The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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And Get Our Prices on Electric Wiring, Fans

and Fixtures.

We are also prepare

Telephone Lines and

eral Repair Work.


From Good Roada, Which Are Neesm-
sary Now. to Drainage, Which
May Nweve be Needed

(Jacksonville Metropolls.)

At the session of the legislature in
1903 a bill was passed which, if its
pr, visionB had been complied with by
red to build and repair the trustees of the International Im-
provement Fund. would have resulted.
Motors, and do Gen- says the Gaine-ville Sun. In the con-
struction of not less than 300-iles of
hard roads in the various counties of
this state. Instead of complying with
this statute, however, the trustees are
diverting the fund to preparing to
iilte the PotuAff eDzugstore drain the Everglades.
That statute was a Senate bill. In-
troduced May 29, 1903, by Senator Pea-
llII 0 -cock of the seventeenth district, but
SELE noreferences to it will be found In the
index to the Senate Journal. It pass-
S DNTATLD M a- r. <,ed the Senate June 1. the vote In detail
SMaCDOAJNALD, Manager. being as follows: Ayes-the president
(Hon. Frank Adams), Messrs. Blitch.
Butler, Carson. Crewr, Dimick. Faulk-
:1h N1 of two rails just to see the |ner, Gillen, Harris. Kirk. McCaakill. sm,.h it as it had smashed naetls eMc'reary, Palmer. Peacock. Stockton
train smash it as it had smashed and Williams-16G. Nays-Messrs.
Thi. girl e.ill not be arrested, as the Munt, Brown. Crill, Neel. Raney.
rhlrgirlad othials are satistfed that it Rouse. Sams. W1lson (Seventh), and
Sa childish prank tisfied that Wilon (Fourth)-9. The biU passed
the House June 4th without a dissent-
ing vote. It appears on the statute
A LESSON IN HEALTH book to have been approved by the
---- governor (Jennings) June 8th, after the
Healthy kidneys filter the impritles final adjournment, and is as follows:
fromti tihe blood, and unless they do this "Chapter .'245-No. 140.
got.I health Is impossible. Foley's "Al act providing for the building of
Kidny Cure makes sound kidneys and county hard roads and providing ap-
will positively cure all forms of kid- propriatlons therefore.
ney rind bladder disease. It strength- "Be it enacted by the Legislature of
ens the whole system. Sold by all the State of Florida:
dealers. "Section 1. All moneys now In the
International Improvement Fund, after
SARAH FELT FAT AND SASSY the payment of all legal obligations
against said moneys, shall be placed by
P ,.ore e he s;ile'- for France the the truste,:s of the Internal Improve-
Ile*r ,lay Mmne. Sarah Bernhardt said ment Fund with the state treasurer.
tihar she had enjoyed her tour of the who should th-reupon place the same
lnit~,te States immensely, and that to the credit of the several counties of
!>i;yirsg in tents and skating rinks had the state according to the assessed val-
-au.~, her to take op flesh. The re- nation of the property in the several
.oilpt of the tour, it was stated, had counties at the time of the transfer.
hoein $o.Ow,00.- That is quite enough to for the purpose of constructing hard
i;.koe anybody feel good and take on roads in such counties.
itslh. "Sec. 2. All lanrq granted to the
state of Florida by the United States
A man who Is In perfect health. under the act of Congress of 1850,
A an woIs In perfect health. known as the 'swamp and overflowed
1.- can do an honest day's work when act,' for internalmpover shall
necessary, has much for which he h old by the trustees of the Inter-
should be thankful. Mr. L. C. Rogers, nal Improvement Fund at such times
of Branchtown. Pa., writes that he was and urder such conditions as said trus-
not only unable to work, but could tees may eetermine; the proceeds
not stoop over to tie his shoes. Six therefrom shall be by them deposited
bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure made a there shall be by tem deposited
new man of him. He says: "Succes with the state treasurer and by him
to oleys Kidney (re." Sold by all placed to the credit of said county
tode Fley's Kidneyroad fund, as provided in the forego-
dealers. ing section. Provided, that nothing
herein shall be so construed as to pre-
.- vent the payment in lands by the said
trustees of the Internal Improvement



Co('mplete Line of the
Brands of


P4iliniieg. .a
W\',ii Park-$2."" for new huiiling. Puire and
p-,..\.ie.d ith. .ditrict will payv h,. s :amne
S:""1nt. FOUNTAI
I; tAllA itew--$lIO for new colred
I i-iring. provin-, district will )pay the A ll I
t n. : itnouni. an.] that the** &,ti- l ( it-
itnfll. ,,lh.,t ;lp i tl!'n over tl< iO W 4-o .i: i
ty su.,prinIt.ndt nt. S100. rr.., ing 'he e lla '
hiuiii: $' cost $o. e l ace
F'olowshipV--$-i0 to exten I lrimniry
Charter O $k--- to c'l use.
F.,rt Kinse--$30 to eTic l t', ,t .
Eltectra-30 s-ats
M;a!-hvillh--$S> to se.,ur. .tter
ia .i vill--$t"T to secur it-r e
-' 't MA 'I'c v--$7'. to ceil e i .1P
Canle-r- 3i f1et eof hblatki ard
F',ss-.nd.- i A-ad-my -2-.5 i MIintague-V$E." teo rebuild CuI-.
j t,,t Pond-$11 1t huill -Wtin rn
tHoni an, l',,in $15 fo, u*, and
i '! ,iri1. and
< i)te n. t n.
The board then estiniat .: thaIt the
s~c'l.ol fund will receive .tl fo;iw\ving
amo;.tunts for next term:
i'roim 6 miltc'hool levy........$23.000
Prmii back taxes. .00..... .....
F-'ron polls of 106 ..... .... 2.400 w *
Froni back polls .... .. .... 440
PrFni redt-emption of land- .. 1.700
Fr.o'in 1 mill appottionine' ... ;.000
Pr,'-o'i intCrext or state fui i. 1.700
Total. .. .. .. ... ... ... .000.
Tht fol!owinig .ippriopr :i ions were

Salari-s of teaches. ...... $0'>.500
(Cominissi i to t *easurei.t l 0o14
Salary of sutperintendoeit..... 1.20
S-thool bolar expenses .. ...i.. 32'7 S _
P.tstage.. .... ... .. ......... 60
Printing.. ..... ... ... .... .. 150
Int ,r. t...... ... .. . ... ... 600
R',pairTs. new buildings an] fur-
niture... .. ... ..... -.000 )
Conveying pupils. .......... 4. 25i-
Soffice help .... .. . ...... 100
Ni iscellane'us . ... ... .... 300
Total .. .. . ..... ...... ... .3". A Full Line of Me
The sup-rintcndtent wa u ;tlh.n ized
t o bu. a tyjp-writer for h *ficti .
Mr. R. E. T Ellison. super.Li.-" of '
th. Eben'z.r schiell appt.-ar-' i-. fore
tI'. iwar'd in .eft'unse of certain i'lviries
riade- agains-t him as .ul. vi-or by
lt.e p:f.tron f i. h s4tiho at t:he last HO T EL
r-gular board neting. After tonsld- H O T
S.rinig the charges and Mr. Ellison'- de-
Sfense the following resolution was

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Next to Mnnroe &
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Chambliss, in the

Fund of all legal obligations now ex-
isting against said fund.
"Sec. 3. All moneys appropriated to
the several counties as provided in the
preceding sections shall be paid to the
treasurer of such county upon the re-
quisition of the county commissioners
of said county, conditioned upon its
being used exclusively for building and
constructing a system of hard surfaced
roads; said requisition shall be ac-
companied bh certificate under seal of
the clerk of the circuit court that the
county commissioners make such ap-
plication solely for the purpose of
building hard, macadamized or other
hard surfaced roads.
"Sec. 4. This act shall take effect
immediately upon its passage and ap-
proval by the governor.
"Approved June 8, 1903."

A local firm In Cincinnati Is making
for Mrs. Nicholas Longworth a gold
decorated piano that will cost her
husband $10,000. He ordered the In-
strument for his wife several months
ago. It is to be ready for shipment
Oin August, so that it can be installed
in the Washington residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Longworth before they re-
turn from Europe.
The case, beautifully Inlaid In native
hardwoods, is to be ornamented with.
gold from castors to top cover.

Will see that her baby is properly
cared for-to do this a good purgative
is necessary. Many babies suffer from
worms and their mothers don't know
it. If your baby sl feverish and does
not sleep at night, it is troubled with
worms. White's Cream VermUtage
"ill clean out those worms in a mild,
pleasant way. Once tried always used.
-Give it a trial. Price 25 cents. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly- Drugstore.

Wus born while (A v aa bussed and in3
grew beeatme it -fifled a pramfing mee&. Ittbhah:-
becana it is onutod for the geod -iofh~
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Will meet you with such a spirit of Iaralty
business dealings that you will forget that "Oupoeta-
tions Have no Souls."
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money with you when you D needit

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Prof. W. S. Campbell, the superin- I & grv medicine for children It ke-ne fr Wvr a
tendent of the Indian school at Pipe- in mild gentle manner, you "lmaee fta hj elr agi
stone- Minn., was talking about the on thui sedieel lleuI f i wa illftW1UbItbj
examinations which, at this season,
rack and harass the breasts of the A nitIv t C rt
young of America, says the Minneap-
oils Journal.
"The stoical young Indian, no less
than the emotional young paleface, is I -
scared." said Prof. Campbell. "at the
June examinations coming. And in L--
examination he. like the rest of the ju- _
venile world, makes a great many odd
"At Pipestone, in a recent exarnna- -a
tion in etymology, a teacher said to a
"Black Eagle, what Isto a quadru-
ped" ...
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__ --_ I i" ________The afternoon session of the League
C. L. BITTINGER & CO. Conference began with singing. prayer
and scripture quotations.
C. L. Bittinger and R. t. CaIrroll O/ la's o T The following were heard in words
Proprietor s a. caba s or shers. greeting
Pr "" "Rev. L. W. Moore greeted the del-
C.-L S NGE-- A ] A 1 J egat,-s of the conference. expressing
C. L. BITTINGER. ef f f0 hope that the oc.-asion will be blessed
Editor and Gner lManagt e t S/ reto all.
Mr. E. S. Upham. of South lake
R.R. CARROLL. W I'Vir. sp -,ke words of fraternal greet-
.... li.g frem the Christian Endeavor So-
City Editor and Business Manalger. gf'mtAC, nlda ciet
PAYING THE PIPER ap;.r'-Priat, words and beautiful style.
Tho,-.. w.rdan.. .o d "- t xtendle'I meetings from the Leagues
i k i Special sal for ten days of these goods f Il- fouth e.rgia Conference.
i h -hould be taries and Ioal chapters were then
a- ic bear .* o.rla e .to ad we WIo plac on sale the entire stocks e:-une..S-veral chapters were heard
A7 th# *- euwnw ui n.-t ^ ds the special i a" wil p< i rso.n an" d by letter.
-" in portion. e t. at gea'tly meda ced prices. T he styles ate T, -ering "ssion began with song
nr l esat w h er a o f..,1 servii e. i. lky the Ocala League choir.
,h'h,,; : ,alu;i tI.ssaidt, bV by ew and nobby. T he sale of theoodsTh ir as: conducted with spr-
S '-" "rhea.ted advocates. the- eam- it and ene-:gy. and prepared the bldy
a of th-s *swamr. and overflowed tas been pheno nal, fr hearty soulserce.
la%, W i, prov- of o much benefit to is Jbe.pLe.ome l, ow'gJ, M.o, read in a very im-
lI. ;.. ,1 it lrge, a t m t jus ntift t te' r -si-v. waiinner the first chapter of
- dt:; .: r1, ," 1-. r of ta o'to their extreme popularity. H you are t.. ,hi,.s was followed by prayerr ,
t ',,u h ,it"h ,- te ate. It 1- b Ry -v. T. J. N ixon.
S o aa A m,,it excellent paper, "The Hope
, ',h i f o,,',,s.o,.on. : nm eed of a handsome Bag or P r fse it o, on: ,.-,
tla r ,. .tr J- h r Lof t ,-h0-+ .1r C county: C hristian Iitizenship '
the to pay th .l.4 drain uage.lI C l^ A ,. a.s ren:d hv Mrs. Jesse S. White of
Ilut wha1 is" that cost likely to be" wil ~Ietauily pay u to look here St. E- Oak. The excellence i efthis pa-
lt,*-. G lkh Governor Br<.tc wartl-nnwo any or as imnen-rit, but In its fitness to the present
w,, iat,-l with him in this stupendous a Frin wa dis-
nndertaking-have any clear idea of cus"e by Rev. D. a Frind.we of Miami.
,vha!' The- reclamatin of these lands p B-u.- by Rev. LI D. .)we. of Miami.
Sha! ThM reclamation of these land-Al This ouet.n was handled in a most
i Aiki.t, moan in dollars and cents to This uei as handled n a most
int,- Tax IQ%. r of Florida' It they do practi,-al and masterly way. The lead-
th-- fax ,;ircful i Florida- I. t d fact .ng thought was that friendship is
the t^ 'arefu' concealed the fact rfir't necessary tIn order to fellowship.
tTm the- eple .,f the slate. If they offie of the Railroad Commissioners WEATHER FORECAST '"h. nas beautifully illustrated in the
hero-a- 'h-y .laim-iacrurate siten- of the State of Florida-Tallahassee. --- lif ofhrist
tific infr,--natin a- to the feasibility! Florida. Washington. June 21.-Fair tonight .' opposition, External and
o.? ihe' scheme fr om a mechanical point Seaboard Air Line Railway: and Friday. Internal as vcry beautifully and
,f vt. w. thes fact hap n.ot yet been de 1m- You arc bereby notified that the Me- --. flr,.afully haydle:- hyRev. R-L.Honi-
,,-trated. Dowell Crate and Lumber Company, forfully hIlT r endlR-. J Rev E. Mkler. Ho-
.-1 a mate- of fact, we do not be- l corporation doing business In Ma- POOR EYESIGHT ker nd E. Miklern
!I.<\ :hat ',.,ve, nor Hroward and his rion county, state of Florida, has com- IS A GREAT AFFLICTION Thh,. op-ning services were conduct-
fit nl: ha. anvy iear idea as to the plained to the railroad commissioners ,.- hy Ren J. M. Glazier, who-made
number of ,su, yards of earth and +o Florida, and preferred charges P RF CT VISION o very a roiate and forceful e-
.. I __ _&PERFECT VISION soniever a popriate and frveful re-

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China Silks I

Assorted color, real ue 50 and 65c a
yard, to go at

29c a yard

Paris Lawn

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r(o<* that must he excavated in "roer against you, that you have by your or-
to niake "the beginning" from Lake lficer. agents and employes, violater
ik-.chlibae to New River. of which so and disregarded the provisions of
:n',.h i? heard. And we furthermore Chapter 4700 of the Laws of Florida.I
b.n,.,te that when "the true inward- and Rule numbered three of the "Rules
nre-,-' of the situation is brought to Governing the Transportation off
lieht. it will he found that the surplus Freight," provided and prescribed by
funds at ith- disposition of the state the railroad commissioners of the state
night more profitably be expended ,,f Florida. on July 1. 1905. and pub-
upon the construction of good roads. as lished in a pamphlet entitled "Classfti-
was origiiinaly -ontemplated.- cation No. 2 of the Railroad Commis-
sion. State of Florida. and Rules and
WORRY WEARS YOU OUT Regulations Governing the Transpor-
There IF no need worrying along an station of Freight on the Railroads and
discomfort because of a disordered dl- Common Carriers Doing Business in
gestion, Get a bottle of Kodol for dys- Florida." which said rule is as follows:
I.elda, and see what it will do for "No railroad company shall decline
x ou. Kodol not only digests what you or refuse to act as a common carrier to
eat and gives that tired stomach a transport any article proper for trans-
nie-de-d r-et. but it is a corrective of the portatior. and a failure to transport
trreat-st efficiency. Kodol relieves n- such article within a reasonable time
die ~t ion dyspoe,sia. palpitation of the after the same has been offered for
heart. flatulence our stomach. transportation shall be deemed a vio-
Kodol wtil make your stomach young nation of this rule."
and healthy again. You will worry 1. It is charged by the said McDow-
just in the proportion that your stom- ell Crate and Lumber Company that on
ach worries you. Worry means the the 13th day of June, 1906, and every
loss of ability to do your best Worry day prior thereto to the 4th of June,
is to be avoided at all times. Kodol 1906. you declined and refused to act
will take the worry out of your stom- as a common carrier to transport cer-
ach. Fold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug- tain lumber from Oak. Marion county,
Ftore. Florida, to Jacksonville. Florida. which
said lumber was offered to you for
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING transportation by the said McDowell
If you wish the services of an ar- ,'rate and Lumber Company at Oak,
tist i painter, house decorator or pa- Florida. on the 5th day of June, 1906.
per hanger, drop me a card in the for transportation to the Ocala Pine
postoffice and I will cal: and give you: company Jacksonville. Florida, and
a low. prompt estimate on your work. that by such refusal and declination
either by the day or the Job. by you to transport said lumber upon
J. W. Cawthon. Ocala. Fla. request of the said McDowell Crate and
OUTWITS THE SURGEON* Lumber Company you violated and dis-
OUTWIT THE URGEON regarded said Chapter 4700. Laws of
A complication of female troubles, Florida. and said rule numbered three
with catarrh of the stomach and bow- of the "Rules Governing the Trans-
els. had reduced Mrs. Those. S. Austin. y'ortation of Freight." to which refer-
of Leavenwortl. Ind.. to tuch a deplor- ence has hereinbefore been made.
ahle condition that her doctor advised 2. It is charged by the said McDow-
an op-ration, but her husband, fear- -ll Crate and Lumber Company that
ing fatal results, postponed this to try the said company, on the 4th day of
Fiectric Bitters, and, to the amaze- June, 1906, in writing, did request you,
nient of all who knew her. this medt- through your agent at Anthony. Flor-
cine completely cured her. Guaran- ida. over your line of road. but that
teed cure for torpid liver. kidney dis- you declined and refused to furnish
ease. biliousn<( s. Jaundice, chills and 'said ars to transport said lumber for
fever, general debility, nervousness nine days. and that up to the date of
and blood poisoning. Best tonic made. the filing of .said complaint or charge,
Price 50c.. at Tydings & CO- to-wit: the 14th day of June, you re-
fused and declined to furnish said cars
EPISCOPAL TEA to the said McDowell Crate and Lum-
At the residence of Mr. H. A. Ford. ber Company or to transport said lum-
Thursday evening. June 21. at eight ber. thereby and by such conduct you
o'clock, refused and declined to act as com-
mon carrier In violation of said Chap-
SUPERIORITY PROVES ITSELF ter 4700, Laws of Florida. and rule
numbered three of the "Rules Govern-
The sincerest tribute that can be numte Transportton of Freight." to
paid to superiority is mutation. The which reference has hereinbefore been
i . + J m i__ t _

many imitations f DeWitts witch
Hazel Salve that are now before the
public, prove it the best. AJsk for De-
WItts. Good for burns, scalds, chaffed
skin. eczema tetter. cuts. bruises, boils
and piles Highly recommended and
reliable. Sold by the AntiU-Monopoly
You will always find at J. R. Mar-
tin & Co',s. exchange stables in Ocala.
and at Hugh Nichols' Wildwood sta-
tion as g.od mules and horses as can
be found in Florida. 'or quality the
prices are reasonable. No trouble to
show animals. When In need call on
Hugh NIchols. proprietor, pcala or
Wildwood. Fla.
You cannot Induce a lower animal to
eat heartily when not feeling well. A
*ick dog starves himself, and gets well.
The stomach, once overworked must
have rest the same as your feet or
eyes. You don't have to starve to
rest your stomach. Kodol for dyspep-
sia takes up the work for your stom-
ach. digests what you eat and gives
it rest. Puts it back in condition
again. You can't feel good with a dis-
oArdm,.A stata I'M Tr Alii QCnlI km.

The railroad commissioners of the
state of Florida hereby give you notice
that the said commissioners will meet
in their office in the city of Tallahas-
see. Florida, at 9 o'clock a. m.. on the
2nd day of July. and that you, the Sea-
1board Air Line Railway, shall then
and there have an opportunity to be
heard by said railroad commissioners,
and to show cause, if any you have.
why the said railroad commissioners
should not fix and impose upon you a
penalty for the violation and disre-
gard of said rule provided and pre-
scribed by the said railroad commis-
sioners in accordance with Chapter
4700. Laws of Florida.
Done and ordered by the railroad
commissioners of the state of Florida,
In session at their office in the city of
Tallahassee. Florida, this 16th day of
June. A. D. 1906.
(Signed) J. L. Morgan,
Acting Chairman.
Attest: R. C. Dunn, Secretary.

Don't Wait for the Final Stages of
Kidney Illness -

the Anti-Monopoly Drugsto Occasional attacks of bamckache, Ir-
regular urination, headaches and dizzy
BIG SHIPMENT OF IRON BEDS spells are common early symptoms of
kidney disorders. It's an error to neg-
We have just received a big ship- lect these ills. The attacks may pass
ment of iron beds, in all of the plain off for a time, but return with greater
and fancy shapes, and some of them intensity. If there are symptoms of
are expuisitely pretty. The scale of dropey-puffy swellings below the
prices ranges from $2_75 to $50 each. eyes, bloating of limbs or ankles, or
Mclve: & MacKay. any other part of the body. don't de-
I- 12-"4" fairfim Terbmanents

ONCE could see,
but now I can-

AM overworked.
What a story of
suffering. abuse
and neglect your eyes would
tell if they could talk. How
they cry for help as the bright.
sunlight, traveling ten feet
from the glaring pavement, or
95,000,000 miles thro" space.
hurls its rays upon a delicate
and overworked retina. Call
on DR. 1). M. BONFY. Eyesight
Specialist, Optical Parlors inu
'Jary Building, Ocala, Fla.
He will examine them and
put them at ease.

The bottom layer
V ofabox of

MOs a&&& 5

M. FISH EL Oca i. Fla.

AdI tel aboutt yar~w almeb ldima
Haggards Specific Tablets
and Suppositories
e old reliable cue for lnadigeiot Net-
oas Debility. Cons.ipation, Kidney and
Bladder Troubles, Lod Vitality and .A
kimded A - Pre-, ePc. Druggists K'I
de at 50: per box. or they will be sent
pwpod upoa receipt of pc Addr
Hmuud Spd Gc o,. Adaat" CL

A Choice Stock

Of Fresh Beet, Pork

marks on the social side of man's na-
ture and its consequent power in
reaching fmen.
Mrs. A. L. Chandler, state treasurer
of the League. made her report, which
was an en-ouraging exhibit of state
and sracial work.
Rev. Joseph Norwood of Ybor City.
Tampa. adrllressed the conference in the
interest of the Cuban work. and com-
mended it to the liberality of the
Leaguers .f the state. In connection
with the speaker's remarks two little
Cuban boys appeared upon the plat-
form and sang in the smoothest notes
the familiar songs. "Happy Day," and
"Precious N mne."
Rev. J. A. Ilendry represented Rev.
W. G. Fletcher. who is in charge of the
Cuban mission in Santiago. and who
could not he present. The speaker
waxed warm and eloquent, and brought
the conference into deeper sympathy
with the salvation of the priest-ridden
land at our doors.
J. E. Woodward of Delaind. who is a
student in Emory Coltege, read a
strong paper on "The Missionary De-
partment of the League. This paper
was written by Eugene E. Barnett, who
could not be present.
The reports on district missinary
work were take up, Rev. I. S. Pat-
tersor making the first at the morning
session. His report of the work in the
Tampa district and especially of the
Italian work was full of Interest and
Rev. S. W. WLawler, presiding elder
of the East coast district, made an
elaborate statement of the peculiar sit-
uation ton the East Coast. He was
clear and pointed in his remarks and
was heard with undivided attention.

Globe and Rutgers One of the Strong-
est Fire Insurance Companies
in the World
Jacksonville, Fla., June 18, 1906.
Messrs. Ditto & Maloney, Ocala,
Florida: Gentlemen-Owing to the un-
settled conditions existing at this time
as re-gards fire insurance companies,
our Mr. Green has just returned from
New York, where he went for the pur-
pose of ascertaining the exact con-
dition of the companies represented in
this office. This investigation Is posi-
tive and final and we take pleasure in
advising you as foHows:
Globe and Rutgers Fire Insurance Co.
The net surplus to policyholders of,
this company, after deducting their
net liability In San Francisco. amounts
to $1,500,000. A conflagration fund,
amounting to over $375,000 did not ap-
pear in their last statement In
strength this company will rank
among the strongest American com-
panies after all losses ari settled.
We are not asking for the business
of weaker companies, for we hope
they will all be able to meet their loss-
es. By this accurate investigation we
have placed you in a position to pro-
tect the interests of your agency.
Reinsurance facilities have been
materially disturbed, but we will assist
you in -every manner possible. With
regards and best wishes, we remain,
Yours Very truly.
Loren H. Green & Co.,
General Agents.

Mr. Walter L. Taylor returned home
Saturday and has been receiving a
most cordial welcome, and congratula-
tions from his host of warm personal
friends at the capital. He leaves to-
day for a short visit to his relatives
in Jefferson county, and early in the
week will return to the Marion Farms.
near Ocala. where the owners and
managers know him fully for his
worth and manly qualities, and who
will eive him a very lucrative and ex-
cellent situation. The managers of
the Marion Farms may rest assured
that our citizens appreciate the kind-
netss. etc.. they have shown one of our
worthy citizens whom unfortunate cir-
cumstances placed in their hands, and
many in this section take that kind- tei themselves and will always, re-
member them with love. May the Ma-
r*ion Crn- ,is t eT andl TProvnerT until

Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Skirts, Shirtwaitt

description, also Chrildten's Dressis, mst go at *


The above line consists of

All new and up-to-date goods.

Yotus forbarmaas

The Boston S6

Build Complete, and Ready to Ocu

tages and Residences, and Futnish-

From Cellar to Gatet with

thing Needed, be it an la
Cottage or Palatial .Hoou


Build and Equip
Churches, School Houses,


Houses, etc.

Constuct and-Equip
Phosphate Plants of-any size, and a com.
plete stock of repair parts for same always
carried in stock.
Build B dges,
And in fact, do any and all kinds of con-
struction work. Repairs and changes on
all kinds of buildings.



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-Any size or to any depth
Pamtintg. Pap>H ej

Interior deooratig, raofi% &:-"
petent and skilled corpe s ofI

ways ready to take charge f.

We carry at all tim a
Builder's Material, I~s,
Shingles, Lath, Pinte,
Cement, Sewer Pipe, etc.

Send us your orders. We carry by far, the largest, best and most variEd
trial Florida, and our business methods will please you.
Yours for a Prosperous Year, / -.

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A Shipment of


A Shipment of

200 Dozen, at 10c. Apiece or $1 a Dozen.

A Shipment of

Entirely New.




June 25, at 9 a.m.

Special Introductory Sale of Dom

ino ,latches, made by Diamond

Match Co., New York City. It's a

double=dipped match, a safety match

and strikes on anything. All dealers

sell them at 5c a package (io boxes).

Our special price is


a package.

No more than 12 packages to one customer.

IFa~ I ii41.1 -,-'.'e tillor thle

ill siie $160

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A litV-ly renovated liaioel with all the privacy of family life
A ll odelli oleli'llt't's. Filst ipointments. Porters nwet all trains. Rates, $2

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Ma sri

nrs meet this evening.

E.!Ks meet Tuesday evening.
Dr. W. C Lindsay is quite ill.

Odd FlI.ows meet Tuesday night.
Limeade at the Postoffice Drugstore.

o* ai4 House.

STl r,hone ^26 for ice cream. Hew-
ext n4d bridges.
W. H. Frit rv-i,. of Leesburg is at
theb M.not-zurna.

Try our canary bird seed. The Post-
,ffi.,. Drugstore.
Pea hes. .; cents per basket, at Lid-
don end In-ach's.

J. A Murrell of Mclntosh is a guest
,f t1Ie ()Ocala House.

M. 1|! It..riha Harrell of Boston. Ga..
is at the Monte-zuma.

Mfi.- J-h.n Mull,-r and son of Citra
.!t .1; the- Mntizu a-..

Mr. C. H. Htliandsworth of Dunnel-
Ion was in the city today.

Thlr.i wer- thirty-eicht arrivals at
th. M.1ni .zuma yesterday.

M: 4' W .J-i 'h of Clearwater was
- : ,.i iiv v-sirdlay and today.

M,' E. L 1:. i. train master for the
S. A L. Ry. is at the o),ala House.

Kodak time. We have everything In
the line The Postoffice Drugstore.
M.-.rsr. :. H. Brooks and J. H. Sel-
Iers of B-rlin ,ere in the city today.

Phone your items of news any time
,f the day or evening to 51, 121 or 265.
T.-liph ,n, 326 for i'e cream, can-
'ii..s on-d fruits. Hewett and Bridges.
.1. II. Hampton of Starke is among
,' -terday's arrivals at the Montezuma.

The choicest ite cream can be had
hy tel,-phoning to Hewett and Bridges.
'i.s Lillian Thagard has returned
from Jasper. where she visited friends.

Don't fail to try the new fancy
drinks nd ices at the Anti-Monopoly
Mr A J. Legg of Jacksonville. a for-
metr Oeali citizen, is at the Monte-

We oarry the largest and very best
assortinunt of druggist's sundries in
the city. Tydings & Co.
Mr. A. q. Harris of Savannah. a well
known traveling man, is at the Ocala

Our lin' rof toilet soaps, perfumes and
cosmetics is unsurpassed. Tydings &
( onpaitlly.

Mr. Frank E. Hall of Gainesville
was in the city yesterday, a guest of
the Ocala House.

The best bed and the best board in
IT crida for the money can be had at
Couonel Shipman's Montezuma hotel.
Mr. Earl Mark of Jacksonville is In
the city. visiting his sister. Mrs. Harry

FO. RE. -T-fnr the summer, part
of a large. well located residence, fur-
nished, to family with no small chil-

'Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Neville and chil-
dren were guests of the Montezuma
last night.

Peaches. 25 cents per basket, at Lid-
lon and Leach's.

Mrs. M. Strauss and little daughter
have gone to Cincinnati Mrs. Strauss'
former home, to visit for the next
month or two.

Splendid corner lot on Oklawaha av-
enne. front of the Standley residence;
105r feet east and west on the avenue
hb lt1 feet north and south: fine shade,
etc. To he sold at a very low price at
once. Ditto & Maloney.

F. L. Howard of Tallahassee is
am-n,,g today's arrivals at the Monte-

Foiey's Honey and Tar cures the
most obstinate coughs and expels the
cold from the system as it is mildly
laxative. It is guaranteed. Do not
risk taking any but the genuine in the
yellow package. Sold by all dealers.

Mr. Gus Haley drove Mr. S. A.
R-1,-l"' touring car through the coun-
try a; f.e days ago. to Orlando. and
'a le the trip. ,over 100 miles over
le,.:i sandy roads in a little over seven
hou.-s. without breaking any town or-
tininces either.

FOR RENT-Half of well located
residence, partly furnished or unfur-
nishel. as desired. Bath. toilet, etc., in
rooms. Rest part of town; big front
porch. Apply at Star office.

During the absence of Mr. J. F. Wll-
liamson. M7. Walter Briggs will be in
chsiret of the Ocala Pressing Club.
and will se. that the patrons are given
godl servi"..

Mr. Arthur Hardaker. manager of
the Martel Lumber Company, was In
the L ity yesterday, a guest of the Ocala

If you v-ill make inqulity It will be a


The Sumner and Pounds Lumber
I'1oinmany. in addition to all of their
other purchases of timber lands In this
county in the past few months, have
rec-ntly bought 2200 acres from C. G.
V;-,ton of Micanopy. located at Mar-
tin, and will move their sawmill and
crosstie camp from Berlin t., that
place. beginning next Monday. The
mill will be located west of and near
Mr. McLeod's mill. This company has
bought moot of Mr. McLeod's timber.
but dlid not buy his mill nor the lime
kiln. Mr. S. B. Brooks is manager for
the company.

Wanted, a good, competent house-
keept-r. Apply to Mrs. Bohnfield, at
the Montezuma Hotel.

Mr. C. J. Phillips has begun work
on the 20x44 solid brick addition to
the water works station. This will
maki the station 44x44 feet. The
splendlid new boiler has arrived and
the foundation is being erected. The
boiler will be set in place and then the
walls built up around it.

Among the delegates attending the
Epwotth League.-Conference are the
Misses VanBrunt, two charming young
ladies of Tallahassee, nieces of Mr. R.
W. VanBrunt, a former school teacher
in this city. They are the guests of
( Mr. and Mrs. William McIlvaine.

Dr. Thomas' uncooked whole wheat
biscuit at Tydings & Co. Will cure
indigestion and stomach troubles.
FOR RENT-The residence formerly
occupied by Dr. Newsom onrr Oklawaha
avenue. Apply to David S. Woodrow,
Merchants' block.

Baseball goods of al kinds at the
Orala News Co. A full stock on hand.
All parties holding coupons from the
Colonial Perfume Co., can get free
packages by calling at the Ocala News
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Barnes and chil-
dren and Miss Carrie Barnes of Dun-
nellon came up this morning and reg-
istered for the day at the Montezuma.

FOR RENT-The Witnes, flat. third
floor of the Baptist Witness building.
There are six splendid rooms, bath.
toilet. etc. Apply to the Star office,
or to Mrs. E. Van Hood. Possession
on July 1.

Mr. Harry Wright of Macon. Ga., is
in the city visiting relatives. There
is quite a colony of Ocala people in
Macon and all are doing wel'.
The choicest drugs are compounded
ia your prescriptions by only regis-
tered pharmacists when they are sent
to Tydings &Co.
Dr. H. Robinson, president of the
Commercial Bank of Jacksonville, of
which the Ocala Commercial Blank is a
branch, was in the city yesterday on

FOR RENT-Rooms, suitable for
light housekeeping, next door north of
Glenwood HoteL



Office Over re & Chabliss' Buk

TeumRs, a

Contractor and Budder.

Plans and Specificatione Furnished
Upon Request
129 South Third Seet,
OcalA FU .

DR. L A. CumunB



Royal College Veterinary

Treats All Curable Cases of Domestio
Office at Tompkins' Uvery Stables.




By local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only .one way to cure deaf-
ness, and that is by constitutional rem-
edies. Deafness is caused by an in-
flamed conjitUun of the mucous lin-
ing of the Eustachian tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when
It Is entirely closed, deafness tos the
result, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any ca-se of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo. 0.
Sol.I by druggists, 75c. Take Hairl
Family Pills for constipation.


The voters of Florida, who will be
called upon to act upon the propos-
ed drainage amendment to the consti-
tution at the November election, are
hereby notified that printed matter re-
lating thereto, with accompanying may
of the first drainage district, will be
promptly sent to any address on ap-
plication. by postal card or otherwise,
to the Florida News Bureau, Drawer
257, Jacksonville, Fla.

The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tet-
ter. chapped hands and all skin erup-
tions. It is guaranteed to give satisfac-
tion or money refunded. Price. 25c.
Sold by William Anderson. Williams
Manufacturing Co., Proprietors, Cleve-
land, 0.

For this occasion the Seaboard Air
Une offers a rate of $3.30 round trip
from Ocala. Tickets on sale June 26
and 27, limited to June 30.


For twenty years W. L. Rawls, of
Bells, Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. He
writes: "The swelling and soreness in-
side my nose was fearful, till I began
applying Bucklen's Arnica Salve to the
sore surface: this caused the soreness
and swelling to disappear, never to re-
turn." Best salve In existence. 25c. at
Tydings & Co.

To Savannah and Charleston Via
lantic Coast Line


On July 2. the Atlantic Coast Une
will sell excursion tickets to Savannah,
Ga. at rate of $6, and to Charleston, S.
C.. at rate of $8 from Ocala for the
round trip; final limit July 13. For
information call on nearest agent.
J. G. Kirkland. Div. Pass. Afgt.,
Tampa, Fla.

J. B. Waterman, of WatertownO. 0,
rural free delivery, writes: "My daugh-
ter, afflicted for years with epilepsy,
was cured by Dr. King's New Lfte
Pills. She has not had an attack -for
over two years." Best body cleansers
and life giving topic pkle on earth.
25c. at Tydings & Co.

Via the Atlantic Coast Line
Tickets to Jacksonville and return
at rate of one fare plus 25 cents for
the round trip. will be sold June 2
and 2s, with final limit June 30.
J. G. Kirkland, Div. Pass. Agt.,
Tampa, sit.



A U' H

Y. h~i

Mr John P. 'Curry (f Mobile is at the

Editor Star--I want to say that whilt
our Gainesville friends loAt the game
of ball to Ocala by one tally. duri=
twelve years of hotel work I never bad
a more gentlemanly club at my hotel
during all these years than the thir-
teen Gainesville ball players. Come
again, boys: I am with you.
V. J. Shipman. Proprietor.

Messrs. E. L Howell & Co. of An*
thony shipped U cars of cantaloupes
from their immense fields. The prices
obtained were good and the gentlemen
are "to the good" on the crop, but it
was heartbreaking to see over 10,0A0
crates of melons in the fields, lost by
the rains and hot sun scalding the
vines. All the other shippers in the
Anthony. Lowell and Martin section
probably shipped something like as
many cantaloupes as did this firm and
Young and Mathis at Fairfield shipped
a large quantity. There.were a good
many other scattering shipments from
the county in addition to the above.

Is Disease a Crime ?
Not very long amo. a popuinr magazine
published an editorial article in which
the writer asserted, in sutistance. tbst all
disease should ie regarded as criminal
Certain it :-. that much of the sickness
and suffering of mankind is due to the
violation of certain of Nature's laws.
But to say that all sickness should be
regarded as criminal, must appeal to
every reasosabre individual as radically
It would be harsh, unsympathetic,
cruel, yes criminal, to condemn the poor,
weak, over-worked housewife who sinks
under the heavy load of household carrms
and burdens, and suffers frrim weak-
nesses, various displacements of pcbhic
organs and other derangements peculiar
to her sex.
Frequent bearing of children, with its ex-
acting demand upon the system., coupled
with the care. worry and labor of rearing a
large family. is often the cause of weak-
nesses, derangements and debility which are
sagravated by the many household cares,
and the hard. and never-ending work wbich
the mother i1 railed upon to perform. Dr.
Pierce. the maker of that world-famed rem-
edy for woman's peculiar weaknesses and
ill-I-r. Pierv'es Favorite Prescriptin-says
that one of the greatest obstacles to the curo
of this class of maladies is the fact that the
poor. orer-worked housewife can not get the
needed rest from her many bousebold care
and labor to enable her to secure from the
use of his "Prescription" its full benefits It
is a matter of frequent experience, he says,
in his extensive practice In these cases, to
meet with those in which his treatment fails
by reason of the patient's inability to abstain
from hard work long enough to be cured.
With those suffering from prolapsus. aute-
version and retroversion of the uterus or
other displacement of the womanly organs,
it is very necessary that. in addition to tak-
Ing his "Favorite Prescription they abstain
from being very much. or for long periods, on
their feet. All heavy lifting or straining of
any kind should also be avoided. As much
unt-door aitr as poemible. with moderate. light
exercise is also very Important. Let the
tent observe these rules and theaFavor-
se Prescription "will do the rest.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser is sent free
on receipt of stami to pay expense of
mailing only. Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y., 21 cne-cent stamps for pa-
per-covered, or 31 stamps for cloth-bound.
If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge
by letter. All such communications are
hed sacredly confidentiaL
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet vigor
ad regulate stomach, liver and bowe

-Rev. L. W. Moore returned yester-
day afternoon from Lake Weir. where
he married Miss Carrie B gmoa of that
place to Mr. William Thonas PhlIUps
of Tamps.

Don't let your ehild susr with at
cough wan you can e.m with Bl-
lard's Horehound Syrup, a sue cre
for cough's, bIronchitis, anftens, crep
and pulmonary iseaes By a bottle
and tly It.
B. B. Laughter, Byballe. Mis.,
writes: "I have two children who had
croup. I tried mer dterent uNi-
dies, but I must say your Horeboatd
Syrup is the best croe, a 4 emusgh
medicine I ever used." old by Ute
AnUti-Mponopoly Dreuptore.

If you Intend golffg away thies-mm-
mer. why not go to the "Newport of
the Seath"--4aabreei wler o will
find completely furnimed
screened *ad *e4, e two
rooms up to twelve;. all eovwlicL"
They are kown as the BrNshnwOot'
tages," located directly em the boeaed
Address V. VC. Ount. a
Is now merely a memory et the pINt.
Bailard's now Ianhnet Is the ftadly
liniment at the twtieth e ary. A
positive care for Sw m *UA b w
cuts, spralms, ni~rl et. Mr. C.
H. Runyo, mbtbdW Me. writes "
have cod Bn -"ib-t -r ,Wd s-
tIM an atn l anA. Mtr -( -O1
in Stir piraise.", ~e~br

Golug cam tang thasV
ca reot eoat tents aM:t6 r -a il
goods of Ith Oealst .* .e a .
The Very 1eat g for bpi-

4 ,

vihe Same e ben

vnce crmawd fysw
passed to ajrthlt-

sThesfumtion ofa tl

We lade-alother t
Twe ran"i to ~

anic sloft of YO
to have to enjoy 36
Jakec ert y usr rdd

a~ut kin" er,



rn IMkll
3--t .

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when Ino Med tof 4 a
on R. T .Ads-at city
the Ocalas Hom

Tuesday afternoon Miss Alta Pear-
son entertained the younger society
set at the home of her parents on Port
King avenue. complimentary to her
guest. Miss Mamie Wilcox. of Gaiaes-
ville. The feature of the evening was
the popular parlor game, "forty-two".
There were ten tables and the ga
was played progressively.
Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. C. V. Miller, Miss
Louise Ganmby and MIss Meta Jewett
assisted the young hostess In enter-
taining her guests. The pretty praise
offered to the most skillful yomag lady
player, was tied for by several, and in
the cut was won by Miss Alice Bul-
lock. The prize was a pretty chate-
laine mirror, and was presented by
Miss Bullock to the guest of honor..Mr.
Howard Walters won the gentleman's
prize. Refreshments were served. Sev-
eral songs were sung very sweetly by
Misses Scott and Bullock, and Miss
Easterling of Mo.temsma. Go., played
beautifully, while Miss Mervin Bay
Elleen Brocken of Palatia reeIted sev-
eral interesting pieces.

The Epworth League Mlmk Con-
ference is In session at the mue
rooms, over the Teapot Grocer-. thbis
afternoon, and if you see thisIn time
you had better go. You will be wel-
come, whether you are a. Leaguer or

Mr. J. S. Morris and bride of Oika-
humpka are In the city for a few day
guests of the Monteuma. Mr. Morria,
in his bachelor days, was with Mr. T.
B. Snyder in this city for several

The sworn statements of the mim-
facturers protects you from opiateM 1
Kennedy's IaEVh Holey and Tar.
Sold by the Antl-MoOupwly Drtg'e.

Mr. and Mrs. L McIelata hvre
gone to AshevIle, N. C., where they
will remain during the 'uiuner for the
benefit of Mr. Mclaatoash health. It
is sincerely hoped the damage will
benefit Mr. Melntosh. who e bee
very ill for the past sit months.


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Our busiawksIh
daily anad tbmi"m ,
why. it, AmW

keepthe bst.
aHth'nmht o~
to our ow
Sap cmTea

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known rmdMet eg Bt dDW
says: "I regarm M s
Cholera s d Dimsni. flsesM
very best reusey tor Ibmael tl
I make tht o* em pt after

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A Full &,o&l of WaousW, Osq,#
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and moithly i-at(-..,. made
k-11(mil upoll application.

Exclusive Agents for the Famous Wkita
tine Wagon.' Prompt Attention *omi

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Likely to RevolutbiM Pam-cy.

Of Jurt the right 0roorton of each Of
the r'i ~ts opf o *r. iat ous. or native,
*eoi:.1 !1!i pt aii.-. r rather of the active.
ti~t -',,tin tiv tit#- Use of rh~uicall% pure
g.i'.-r ite .." jlu-t the right Strenoth. con-
stitu,. D~r. .0!. Favorite pri,.-rip-
ti~uu ,trr;:.- ic'irt, 4f, weAk. invalid. nerv-
o; r.iri-d.),A%-~ over-worked womol.
Ma't' vear- aro. Dr. IPiercte disc-overed
UIA -',r--ally pure zc'(eerine. of proper
stm-jzhi-a a 'r ls-titr-'r volut and pre-
"-wr- ast'1r :iftiw imedicinal principleIt
founjrd :n(et m ir qIJM1 r native. medi-
"nt. ; tti' ilkcohol I. HiiejP ihg.
46. w-4Iet~,. thi* thfe UA (,f alcoh~ol. even
avr,,- 'roet harm to the bumnan SYsltem.
h,, d.-t.rm tied not v) 'umPlrtv this6 conk-
fl .'u-*I affsnt in Maxinue h-' medi-
Ciii-'. tout Uo ~u'-w pu~re. triple retin..d
Cjv-..r~rme fl~z..414 jw. glyce-rin.. is not
ovj"- Torf.*cuv harmle~~ at
hiltr n-c I.e.1itcinal propertwE%. using a
in .-t vha~edemul,!eut inLnol'.nt. umu-
tr.t '#- nti- -.ep~ti aid anti -ferment,

P*I.." S. Tit.'.,; aem ihrpatint nor
tu--r- n,;_. ties. T' r iir mares-titnt>. are
ij i.. padin hg i.on eca&h better
wr1 joio#*r.
41ra. Vr'v rop~irfei,)? .4"the .voral
intr~ '.ut- iod ;T;th.-" dvai- x. as
li- the working a f-pinnnia huh'! 1'-'vii ar
pr.&.%--.apparattx-. a ud ajppl zaiw-*- in-
pi(.veii in their manufaeture, are ith
hed frtom puhlicitv that Dr. Pierrv's
proprw'tarv riahte. may not top infringeti
anid tr4-ipa%-s-d upoik by unprneirwmed
im~tat.or- ;oid tos who may I* piratic-
With Dr. 'r-e met1,eine!- you don't
heto pit, v.) .zr faith wholly tV, What

coetiarv -aoti te-. the i-reoiIfor tE'ims-v-
g-t it tig. -tis ~fearr!~.I. oftin 1lea-iMPH. .and
%toimt-n ti..,. to put f,orth utire~~iis~atle
c.1 ai w.- ',or their lw.idi% tprai-41d but
EIowrl'%h 'ujid the afflic"ted t-warp or
the ~ iei~ free. ivioe-away. "trial
bot11le -,I in b.l It 4tI''t )3V 1o trifle Willi
ootw, st-it jj. It --Im,'l IhsK-revarded ar
tA) Sacred w toe .~~~n~m*1i
OJ lir ie' # xfloI. hit-- ha earecord
of tears' f. ir' -v r'AN of CUFT cc' Ihind
~,lernernr-.ingmany huilndrtit.% of thuu-
sadol tk~ a*.-, re-wed w to bel1
wand happineo-m.

In having the nprf[ess-ional endorsement
of cor"-of eminent moddical practitioners
and writers. ~ all the several school- of
mdi<-al practice. who praise the curative
properties of the .several ingredients
of whieh thier are .omposwd. away Iew-
yond all tiat the makers of these medi-
('in,'- h:tv'- ever claim-e for them. These
are- i11- ilt ir\e vali|able twecause in every
ca.'.o~ tiri'iWi ibtho the author know-
ai4 that mlif was praising articles entering
into th,-e po-iular med cnes. the matter
being compo-.f.d for publicauon in vari-
ous m.-dit'., j.iiurnalml and books designed
ectisvel.- (for professional reading and
in.,tructi-on The afflicted can. therefore.
rei v up n i -ilch t't.tim ony as la every
%ay truthful and tru-tworthy.
has been compil".i made' up of brief
extracts irom many Ltaidard medical
works. gtvtung hbut otily in i amrt. some
few of the many groid thititrs wV ritl'n by
:eadning nedc4f aauthorauep concerning
the wesotal native medicinal root- that
ftpr into the compolition of Dr. Pierce's
medicine.. Any ote sInding. hv ostal
card or letter. t Dr. II V Petce. But-
talo. N Y. anri rs-qutestini a copy Uill
receive it frt by return post.

This Httle book of extracts, eeatml, t
lain English. the name of every igre-
dient which enters into Doctor Plerce's
oldenn Medical Discovery, the famous
cure- for weak stomach or 4dy a
torpid liver. or* biliounen.* d blood,
aidx all catarrhal disease of the several
mucous pasMges. By reading this little
book. you will learn why this medicine
cures such a wide ran of diseases. You
will find that two ,f tw prominent Inge-
dienw of the Golden Medical Discovery
are reo&um.anded by the medical writers
of all the several schools of practice for
the cure of diseases of the mucous sur-
faces, as catarrh of the asatl
of the stomach sad bowels, inll
uleeatkmua of the same. Yon will a
these agents sal spoken of as the best
of renmdies for al! cases of atonic dys-
pepsia. that is dyspepsia dependent upon
weakness of the stomach Itself-muwu-
dir weakness; also, for kidney and blad-
der disea.--..
Several of the lngrldienta entering into
the "Golden Medical Discovery," viz:
Queen's root, Black Cherrybark, 8tone
root and Bloodroot are highly recom-
mended for chronic, or lingering coughs,
and for all chronic, bronchial and laryn-
goal. or throat affections. In fact. some
of the writer" go so far as to state that
the active medicinal principle contained
in Queen's root aomne will cure bad cases
of broochitis. Ls it not reasonable then
to expect much in the way of curative
results from a compound containing not
onep but fMwr ingredients, each of which
has a reputation for curing bronchial and
throat affection accompanied with ob-
stinate cough ? Observation, however,
leads the makers of this famous medi-
cine to recommend the "Discovery" for
ehr',ui or linfxwig cotghs., rather than
for acute cold. and cough*. In the latter
case it i- generally not quite "loosening,"
(or expectorant enough unless mucilage
of slippery elm. flax seed or Gum Arabic
ti drank fr-ely at same time it Is being
tii:.d. but h'en the cough has passed its
acut, stage, if till per.istant, the"Dis-
-,ve-ry' will lirove a sovereign remedy
fuor its control

From the a4uwe !fttle book of extracts
it will readily It* seen 'lhy Dr. Pierce's
Favorite lPrescription works such mar-
vou4is c::r-s :in those chronic and dis-
trersing disea-.a peIculiar to womer lan
all ca4- of pelvic catarrh with weaken-
ing drains, bearing or "drawgin-down"
paill or distress, and in all menstrual
derar gment. and Irregularities the "Fa-
vorite i'rescriptioun" will 'I found to be
made of just the rig". Ingredleats to
mut and cure the trouble.
Your druggists sell the "FAvomTg
PFSRcim'PTION-' and al-o that famous
alternative. blood purifier and stomach
tonic, the "t'oni.DFx MiDICAL Diseov-
xE-." Write to Dr. Pierce about your
case. He is an experienced physician
and will treat your case as confiden-
tial and without charge for correspond-
ence. Address him at the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute. Rnffalo,
N. Y.. of which he is chief consulting
It is as .4asy to un well as ill--and much
more eomforta bl. Constipation is the
caup of many forms of illness. Doctor
Pierce,' Pleasant Pellets,.cure constipa-
tion. They are tiny. sugar-coated gan-
ules. One little "Pellet" is a gentle laxa-
tive. two a mild cathartic. All dealers
In medicines sell them.
Dr. Pierce's 1l W-page illuAridtod book,
"The Common Sense Mediral Adviser,"
is sent free in mlaper cover- on receipt of.
21 one-cent stamps to pay the cost of
mailing on0l. For 31 stamps the cloth-
hound volume will be sent. It was
formerly sold for l.i per copy. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. V.









A. C. COAR, General Manager.


Western ef Veal. Floa Stall Fed Bee, Mftto, Ar-
mor's Star Ham, ArmoA's Pork aag Cab.
bar, Rtabaigas., Tumlip Beet-, Swet
Po aaos I th Potatoes SpimathOnfas.

Pte' lOMS City



THF BREAKERS is second to none in location and beach attractions. It
Is ,h-. ideal hotel for summer tourists. Situated upon a high bluff overlook-
ing .he tcean, and less than two hundred feet from the rolling surf, it comin-
bines :he benefits of an ocean voyage with the pleasures of a shore resort.
The xams are large all outside. en suite an:l single with baths, and thor-
oughltv screened. The-dining room Is on :he ocean side and one of the most
attractive rooms of the hotel. Electric lighting, telephone service and imme-
diat, connection with an up-to-date livery.
.lus will meet all trains.
n addition to the Breakers it has been possible to add the use of the
Clar 'ndon bath I ouses, bowling alley, pool tables, dancing pavilion. and the
,famus Clarendot fishing pier. The table will maintain the high standard to
which Mr. Holt l edges himself, wherever he assumes the management.
the remark 4e record for healthfulness, especially for children, Is a
well established feature.
The proof of all is to join with the many who are booking for the season.
For rates and reservations apply to



Marriage of Mr. MHuahe to Miss Mar-
tin-Cantaloupes Are About All
Last Friday night, while engine No.
244 was pulling a car loaded with wa-
termelons from the siding. it Jumped
the track, causing a bad derailment of
engine. tender and car. There was a
large force working nearly all day
Saturday before the siding was cleared
and in proper repair. No one was hurt.
Many persons thought that Mr. J. D.
Basktin bad "bitten off more than he
could chew" when he undertook to load
three cars with watermelons in one
day. But he did it, and finished ini
good time.
Mrs. L. B. Tydings has been called
to the bedside of her brother who is
sick in Valdosta, Ga.
Mr. John Morris and bride of Oka-
humpka dined with their old friends,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pifer. Sunday.
On last Sunday afternoon at the res-
idence of the officiating clergyman. J.
G. Graham, Miss Mamle Martin and
Mr. Frank Hughes were united in the
holy bonds f matrimony. They have
our congratulations.
Dr. D. A. Smith spent Tuesday in
Oc-ala. He reports that some of the
hammock land west of town has
changed ownership, and that several
other changes are likely to occur in
the near future.
Dr. W. C. Lindner and Mr. J. H. Har-
vey have gone to Cedar Keys for a
short outing. They will be the guests
of Mr. Harvey's daughter. Mrs. W. T.
Smith, while there.
Mr. E. H. Talton. superintendent of
the Stet.on pinery at DeLand. with his
wife and children, is visiting his pa-
Mr. and Mrs. John Talton are a very
happy couple in having all of their
children and grandchildren with them
at one time.
The sawmill that has been stored
under the oaks, has been removed to
Mr. Charles Brown's place, south of
Mr. J. H. Morris. the refrigerator car
man. leaves Saturday for Albany, Ga.
Mrs. F. W. Bishop's uncle, Mr. A. S.
Albright. accompanied by Mr. David
Albright of Gainesville. were very ac-
ceptable guests during Saturday and
Our little granddaughter. Anona. who
suffered a severe relapse, now shows
very favorable indications toward re-
Mr. J. T. Simmons is the guest of his
friend, Mr. J. L. Smoak, in Ocala. Mr.
Simmons is contemplating taking
treatment from Prof. J. K. Underhill,
and has great faith in being perma-
nently benefited.
Miss Eloise Smoak is the guest of
Mrs. J. T. Simmons this week.
Miss Grace Milligan. who, since the
close of school, has been yisiting her
sister at Gainesville,. returned home
Milton and Otto Jones. with their
expert cantaloupe packers, leave the
last of this week for Georgia.
The rush and hustle connected with
the shipping season is about over. This
week will practically close the canta-
loupe shipping for this year. Next week
we will endeavor to give totals.
All members of the baseball club
are requested to assemble at the ball
grounds Saturday afternoon for the
purpose of practicing. There will also
be a business meeting Saturday night
when It is hoped to perfect the or-
ganization. Turn out, boys, and let us
do something, now that the busy sea-
son is over.

Cured Hemorrfhages of the Lungs
"Several years since my lungs were
so badly afflicted that I had many
hemorrhages," writes A. M. Ake, of
Wood, Ind. "'I took treatment with
several physicians without any benefit.
I then started to take Foley's Honey
and Tar, and my lungs are now as
sound as a bullet. I recommend it in
advanced stages of lung trouble." Fo*-
ley's Honey and Tar stops the cough
and heals the lungs, and prevents
serious results from a cold. Refuse
substitutes. Sold by all dealers.

Via the Atlantic Coast Line
Athens, Ga., $12.48. Tickets on sale
June 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, July 2. 9 and
16, limit 15 days from (&te of sale.
Extension of limit to September 30

may be had.
Asheville, N. C., $17.70. Tickets on sale
June 26, 27 and 28,. limit to July 10.
Knoxville, Tenn, $1.25, Tickets on
sale June 17. 18, 19, 23, 24., 30, July
7, 14 and 15 limit 15 days from date
of sale. Extension of limit to Sep-
tember 30 may be had by depositing
ticket and paying fee.
$19.30, Nashville, Tenn. Tickets on sale
June 10, 1L 12. 18, 19, 20, and July 5,
6 and 7. limited 15 days from date
of sale. Extension of limit may be
$15.5, Tuscaloosa, Alai Tickets on sale
June 12. 13, 16, 18, 23, 25, July 2, 7
and 9. Limit 15 days from date of
sale. Extension of limit may be had.
2Se6, Washington, D. C. Tickets on
ale June 28, July 2 and 3. Limit
July 11. Extension of limit to Au-
gust 11 may be had.
42, Washington, D. C. Sold daily
to September 30. All tickets limited
to October 31.
For further information apply to
nearest agent or J. G. Kirkland, DIv.
Pass. Agt.

Low Rates





Knoxville, Tenn., and return. Tickets
on sale June 17, 18. 19. 23. 24, 30, July
7. 14. 15, 11mlied fifteen days. Exten-
sion September 30, 1904.

ln'w Is Tiyl
Better, thank yo. In ct, quite weoL
Fat, round and full of life and mischief.
Pink and white feeh, dotted with dima
pies. No cough, as iadigestion.
All on account of

administered by a mother whose love
was tempered with common sense.
She knows that OZOMULSION is
a fountain of energy for grown-ups,
too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes
plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
feast. It cures Consumption when
taken in tim-. All druggists sell it-
so cents and $1.oo the bottle. Let vm
send you *
Free Saple tlUe by El
Write letter or postal to
08 Pine Street. Mew Y et




Careful estimates made on all contract
work. OGves more and better work
for the woney than any other con-
tractor in the city.




of any case of Kidney or
Rladder disease that is not
beyond the reach of medi-
sine. Take it at once. Do
not risk having Bright's Dis-
ease or Diabetes. There is
nothing gafied by delay.

50c. and $1.00 Bottles.

The Great Eastern
and Western Lie
Across the Entire Stbates o


Direct L e to

Write for New Book of Texas. ree.
General Paseager Agwib


Recently opened up In Eastern Ar-
kansas, Louisiana, (Missiaslppi Delta)
and Southeastern Missouri along the
lines of the Missouri Pa'oif Railway
and Iron Mountain Re-rte at $7TJ to
$15 an acre, which, wn,_Un cleared and
slightly improved. -readily brings ft
cash rental of $4 to $6 an acre.

The Seaboard Air Lba Railway wll
operate an excu. lo to vBaamh ad.'
Columbia on night traa of Jidy 2.
Tickets limited retumix g on ar train
including July It

%M LaU&SnbRmK Ry.
The Lxnuisville & Nashville Railroad
will sell round trip rates from Jack-
sonville to points shown on dates in-
dicated. Proportionately low rates
from other points.

$1 25, Nashville, Tenn., ad turta.
Tickets sold July 5. asad 7, with fI-
nal return limit 15 days from date
of sale. By payment of fee of 50
cents and depositing ticket same
can be extended until September L.
$1S Knoxville, Tent, and return.
Tickets sold June 23. 24 and 30. and
July 7. 14 and 15. with final return
limit 15 days from date of sale.
Tickets can be extended by payment
of fee of 50 cents and depositing at
Knoxville. until September 30.
$77.50, Son Francisco, and Lee Ange-
les, Cal., and return. Tickets sold
Junr 24 to July 6. Inclusive, final re-
turn limit, September IL. Liberal
stop-overs allowed. Passengers ean
go one route and return another.
$42.65. Denver, Colorado Spriage or
Pueblo, Col., and return. Tickets
sold July 9 to 14. final limt, August
20. LAberal stop-overs allowed at
Colorado common points.
$32.10, Milwaukee, Wis., and retum.
Tickets sold August 10, 11 and 12,
final return limit August 20.
$38.W0, Omaha, Neb., and return. Tick-
ets sold July 9. 10. 11 and 12. fnal
return limit July 18. By depositing
ticket with joint agent at Omaha
before July 18. and payment of Lee
of 50 cents, same can be extended
until August 15.
$33.&0, St. Pau' and Minneapolis, Mian.,
and return. Tickets sold August 10.
11 and 12, with final limit August 31.
By payment of fee of 50 cents and
depositing with special agent, same
can be extended until September 20.
Daily to September 30, round trip
summer tourist tickets win be on sale
to various resorts. Full Information.
schedules, time tables,' etc.. will be
furnished promptly on application to
G. E. Herring. Fla. Pass. AXt. L & N.
R. R.. No. 118 W. Bay St.. Jaeksonville,
The Nashville, Chattanooga and Saint
Louis Railway 4
The N. C. & St. L. Py. announces the
following reduced rates for the round
trip from Jacksonville during June.
July and August. These rates are
special and in addition to the regular
summer tourist rates in effect from
May 15 to October 31, Inclusive, to
'summer resorts throughout the North,
South and West.
Monteagle, Tenn., Is the most at-
tractive and popular summer resort ln
the South, and should receive consid-
eration from everyone contemplating
a trip to the mountains. M'aIla and
mosquitoes are entirely unknown" aad
its location on the tip top of the Cum-
berland mountains assures one of cool
nights and pleasant days.
To Monteagle, Tnn., and Retur,
Tickets on sale June 29, 30, July 3,
19, 20, 21, 28. 29,. 0, 31. and August
16 and 17 limited to August SL Final
limit extended to October 31 by depoe-
iting ticket with agent and paying dif-
ference between rate at which ticket
was bought and regular summer toa-
rist rate.
To Nashville, Tn.., and Raetrn, IS
Tickets on sale June" 10 11. 1, 18.
19, 20 and July S. 4, 7, limited to 16
days from date of sale. Extension to
September 30, 190", by depositing tick-
et with special agent and paying fee
of 56 cents.
Questions cheerfully answered.
For further Information, routes,
rates and attracIJve summer resort
folders, etc., call on or address, Cole
Danley. Florida Passenger Agest. 212
West Bay Street Jacksonville. F.

$6, Savannah, Ga., and a t Tick-
ets on sale for train leavia Oeala
night of July 2, final limit July 1.
$B, Columbia, S. C., and return. Tick-
ets on sale for train leaving Ocala
night of July 2, final limit July 13.
$45.70, Denver, CoL, and return. Tick-
ets on sale July 9 to 14, inclusive,
with final limit August 20, by paying
fee of 50 cents.
$25.70, Washington, D. C, and return.
Tickets on sale June 19 and uly 2
and 3, with final limit uly IL Es-
tension available to August I.
$3.30, asemwvlle, Fl. and return.
Tickets on sale June 6 aad 27, with
final limit June 30.
$17.70 As.hevile N. and return. .
Tcktas on sale Jue 2, 27 and
wtb final lmIt Jul ,

$12AS4 Atheme, Ga, and retera. Tickets
on sale June 23, 24, 6I, 3l4 July
2, 9, 1C. with final lUmt 15 d4ays rem
date of sale. Extension available,
$W3j Pertand1 OrM -I rtuar.
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elusive, with final limit at sixty dal
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$1930 Nashville, Tenn, and return.
Tickets on sale June 12, 18, 19, I0,
July 5. 6 and 7, limited 16 days from
date ot sale. Tickets may be ex-
tended to September 0 by deposit-
Ing with special get and pay-
meat of fee of 60 eeats.
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with final limit Jd Iu 18. M
may be obtained to JAumSt 14, b
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EVENING STARC. HOW'S-THIS? -KLU ,KLUX F KLAN" THE BILL i J Are You Tired, Nervousand BASEBALLRESULT .H. ROBINSON.< .- President.r}J- '"- '.*_ ='< ',.'-c c

; S. H. GLITCH ,, J. C._BOOZER, Asct. Maa f.ty .,:
We vffer One Hundred Dollars Reward The "Khi Klux Klan, a thrilling Sleepless ? Manager. _; ,

.. L. 8ITTINGER A CO. ;! be for cured any ca-by e Hall's of Catarrh Catarrh that Cure.cannot melodrama of the* reconstruction last days!*I Nervousness and sleeplessness are usually OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES GEO.'J. ,BUTCH. Tsheet: ,- '%. -35?!-t'T -

F. J. Cheney &: Co, Toledo. 0. of the South was presented night due to the fart that the nerves ire '
by the Park: Theater Company. not fed on properly nourisLiag- Hood; ---
We, the undersigned, have known F.
C. L Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Cheney for the last 15 years and be- Though the play is filled with the they are starved nerves Dr Picree'a: : American e Strong Hold \ *

Proprietor and Publishers. i ieve him perfectly honorable In all keenest satire aimed at the carpetbaggers Golden Medical Discovery rnalxa:: pure, Detroit,; :, Washington. .. 7 >

1 business transactions and financially and shows the gross InjUs- rich blood, and thereby the nerves are Cleveland. 11: Boston. 6. the.BAN.I"iOCALAt -
BITTINGER able to carry out any obligations made tice and ignorance of the men in au- properly nmirthod and all the organs of St. Louis'5; New York 5. : -
C. L. I his firm I the body are run AS SEMD&IT as machinery -
by thority In those days yet the humor I which runs jn oil. In this war you
Editor and General Manager Waldlng Kinnan & Marvin
through theentire four acts feel l clean and are National -
Wholesale'Druggists, Toledo, 0. running ,strong sttcrluon.-TOU -
Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally Is of such a light and breezy character toned up and invigorated, and you are New York 12: Pittsburg. T. : "S>.
LA. '
for whole lot of pLy4cal or nKTiUl _
R. R. CARROLL. acting directly upon the blood that It heals in a manner the otherwise i good a Brooklyn. 3; Cincinnati. C.
work. Best of all tee strength -
City Editor and Business Manager and mucous surfaces of the system. bitterness that the plot recalls. in vitality and health are lasting. Boston 1: Chicago 0.Philadelphia. /

Testimonials sent free. Price 7ae. per Mr Seymour in the role of "Nigger The trouble with cost tonics and medicines 1; St. Louis .'. Has Upon Public Confidence _is Eve nced bIts Lar e_ \
bottle. Sold by all druggists. "
the made most sale
Sampson, Sheriff. a which have a large, booming .
ALEXANDER GAVE BOND Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation decided and lasting hit. Mr. Seymour's for a short time. is that they are largely Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Acts and Increasing Busifiess :'-A:: : "
alcohol the dregs inEolation. _
of holding
Interpretation of an ignorant negro exalted : Nature's Plan'I -
Thomas W. Alexander, the defaultIng This alcohol shrinks up the red on -
to a position of honor and trust
cotton broker. U at his home in JONES ADVISES BRYANTo blood corpuscle, and la tho Ions mn I The most successnu medicines are
Ga under $5000 bond. was very fine and Mr. George Morton greatly injures the?yst Augusta aaLlge.." the faithful old Southern exhilarated and better for the tics being Cough Remedy acts on this plan. Takeit G EATREMOVAL :
His Government
Drop OwnershipFad darkey, was heartily applauded yet ra the end weakened ana with vitality when .you have a cold and it will
CONGRESSMAN HITT DEAD and Stick to Democratic for his excellent work. Mr. Morton's decreased. Dr. Piercc's Golden! Medical I allay the cough relieve the lungs. aid

Principles quaint old-time humor was irresistible Discovery contains no alcohoL Every expectoration open the secretions and
It. R. HItt ot Illinois bottle of it bears upon its wrapper The
Congressman and called for much favorable aid nature In restoring the system to
died at his summer Home at Narra- Washington. Sept. 21. .; Seuator Badge tf:honesty,In ft full list of all its a healthy condition. Thousands have
comment. Mr. Jack: Vernon as "Frank SAUl
For the druggist to
gansett Pier. R. T. yesterday aged 7!. James K. Jones twice chairman of the lenrallnjrRdients. testified to Its superior excellence. It
and Kenton. was perfect in his role, as offer you something he claims just as counteracts any tendency of a cold to
National Democratic
was also :Miss Gertrude Arden. one of good-is to insult your intell;gence- result In pneumonia. Price 23 cents.:
RESULT OF THE WRECK the manager of both of tb> campaignsfor the most finished actresses ever seen Every Insredwct: entering Into the Large size 50 cents. For sale by all
the presidency of William J Bryan world-famed: 'Go:den Medical Discovery' .
here. In the character of "Kate Des druggists.Xo -
endorsement hNo"
has the unanimous approval! and
has written to Mr. Bryan advising -
Twelve were killed and seventeen mond. Robert Turner, as "Luke Barton of the leading; medical authoritiesof
wounded In the wreck of the Scotch him strongly to drop the subjectof ." made a hit as did also Miss all the, v ral schools practice. Xo man cn do a greater work than '

express on the EnglUh Great North government ownership of railroads, Madge Tucker as "Mona.I ." ether medicine!sold through druggists for redeem the street waifs that wander <
ern railway Wednesday night. and to take a firm stand In favor of I The usual specialties, consisting of like purposes has any mth endorsement along our great' thoroughfares. Manyo "fir going ort -

an enforcement of the law that* now new and entertaining moving pictures, The Golden Medical Discovery netonly them have been blown from the
on the statute books.A produces all the good efforts to be nest in a great storm. They sleep In
TALK were given and the concert consisting -
TAFT'S PLAIN i obtained from the ue of Golden Seal
of illustrated by Miss Tucker liver and bowel boxes. in barrels. In dirty basements,
songs root. in all stomach, If are not taking advantageof .
Secretary Tan is not pacifying: the WESSON IN HEALTH Mr. :Morton and Sam Park followed troubles,as in dypepsla.biliousness,constipation I anywhere but the cradle, from which you

He has warned I' by a screaming negro farce by alteration] of stomach and they so lately drifted. To cave them :
Cubans very rapidly. kidneys'filter the impurities this to real
Healthy Messrs. Curtis Park and Morton. bowels and kindred ailments but the Is to polish) a Jewel that will shine opportunity secure -
them that they must behave If they from the blood. and unless they do Golden Seal:: root used in Its compoundIng -
wish to remain Independent. this good health is impossible. Foley's proved an easy success. ii i greatly enhanced in its curative action some day. Who knows? They are all in Seasonable Dry
Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and I Tonight "Northern Lights. or by other Ingredients such as Stone diamonds In the rough. To neglect bargains

ASSAULT IN ATLANTA will positively cure all forms of kidney "Life In Montana scene ac the time root lilack Cherrvbark.. liloodroot, Man- them means to congest our criminal
ANOTHER and bladder diseases. It strengthens of Casters massacre. :Made a great drake root and chemically pure triple- dockets and throng the houses across Goods you are standing in your
the whole system. Sold by all I I hit In Boston. on account of peculiar refined glycerine.! whose threshhold no goodly shadow
Mrs. John A. Kimmell. aged 25. livIng dealers. The Common Sense :Medical Adviser,*
theme and plot. which Is prenatal ism ever falls. I never see a shivering li ht. The stock is moving
{In the Oakland suburb of Atlanta. Is gent free :T paper covers on receipt of newsboy without thinking the great own ,
and Its attendant
complications. 21 one-cent t the v-ost of IDlil-
sumos >
yesterday. pay
assaulted by a negro :
was A MONSTER RATTLER Matinee. Saturday at S m. "Dora the clothboundvolume I and good Phillips Brooks. There was -
p. inn orifj/. For 31 stamps while have
In that portion of the early abig
and all the men : so come you
Thorne." a love play in four acts especially will ha sent Address Dr. E. V a wandering urchin for whom he car-
city are trying to capture the criminaL Moss Bluff Sept.,20. 190C. suited 'to lady audiences.IN Pierce Buffalo. N. V. ed. Itwas he who wept alone In the
select from. Our
While mowing in my grove yesterday Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure constipation death-chamber of the good bishop. Itwas variety to

near the store, my hired man I JUDGE BELL'S COURT biliousness and headache. he who went from the wretchedness -

HAMILTON SUCCEEDS ELLIOTT found one of the really old settlers of back alleys to the respectability immense' stock MUST be sold,'

a 7 foot. S Inch rattler with 18_ rat- James Weston the young white man of the office. It was he who

Alexander Hamilton of Petersburg. tles that we found and some of them I who had some trouble with A negro 1.OSOSF.I. became known as "The Bishop's Shadow. and sold quickly hence our of-

'Va. has been chosen general counselof had been knocked off in battle. I have named Collins at Silver Springs a ." Talk about your social redemption >, .

the Atlantic Coast Line to take the been over Florida a good deal. but few days ago. was, tried for assault and : schemes, here's the place to begin fer to sell at 50 cents on the _

place of W. G. Elliott deceased. :Mr. this snake takes the prize of any I battery in Judge Bell"s court this -for these nestlings are too tenderto _
Elliott was also president of the i John T. Lewis. Tulula Lodge. No. %%. L O. O. F.. .' "
have seen. morning. He was convicted on the suffer in the raging storm. dollar.
company but his successor In that office -I meets every Tuesday evening liTonge's
of assault and afterwards
charge only, '
Hall. E. Jeffords N. Q.W .
will not be chosen until the annual arrested and tried again on the chargeof GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE
In New i r E. Bryant. Secretary.CASTORIA. ". ;
meeting of the stockholders
bottom carrying concealed weapons. CoL was the greatest general the world has
York. October 10.COALS I layer It. A. Burford represented the state ever known. Ballard's Snow LIniment :

and Hon. R. B. Bullock defended the Is the greatest liniment Quickly -
I of box of all It is within the
FROM A FORGEBy a young man. The result of the second cure pains.
reach of alL T. H. Pointer. Hemp-
trial known when the Star
I was not stead. Texas writes: This is to certify -
( J. Marvin Nichols.) went to press. For Infants and Children. that Ballard's Snow Liniment has

If you can't be a sun. be a star. 1 been used in my household for years
A borrowed-suit rarely ever fits well.1 DID NOT CARE The Kind Yop Hate Always 1 Bought and has been found to be an excellent The Boston Store
i liniment ofr rheumatic pains. I am
its own heels. TO SPEAK TOO SOON
Haste often trips up I
never without It. Sold by the Anti-
That you don't need Is dear at any I I Bears the "/ MonopolY.Drugstor.

price. CANDIES It is now generally conceded by people S1gnatureofi ,

By the east' window of every life who know that the 'El Tropico A lady received the following reply -

grow thorns. i' >rkgsfathasnw Havana Smoker," made in our own i from a neighbor in answer to the OCALA FLORIDA.

Men blush over things they are not r f home town is the best smoker ever question as to why she allowed her ,
ddidoas( mends put on the market. YOU SOMETHINGYOU
ashamed do. children and her husband to litter up
An untaught faculty is dormant now e 'and surprises Whether cigars are made in Tampa. WISH TO SELL every room in the house. The senti-

-some day dead. Key West or any 'other place makes ment will find lodgment in the heartof

SmillngTs the best possible system M the t top layer ] difference; it is the quality of the If so, send an advertisement to the every home loving person In the

ot massage. tobacco that makes a good smoke and Thrice-a-Week World. to be insertedin land: The marks,of little muddy feet
not the name of the town on the box the "Readers' Exchange" columns
Men are drowned in the wtne-cuf T_ W.TROXLER.AND on the floor can be more easily removed -
more often than in the ocean. that constitutes a good cigar. Notice The rate is cheap and the result is than the stains where little

Don't be a back number. The sum the "green band" and take no substitute good. If you have a farm for sale feet go Into the highway of eviL The

total of back numbers Is naught. EYE or one that is offered you 'just or a patent or a business to dispose' prints of little fingers on the windowpane

Life and death are contemporaries as good" as there are none.. of. or any of 1000 things that might be cannot shut out the sunshine half
Our "MHo Deyo" nickel cigar (red sold or exchanged at a profit put the
ail soon as we are born we begin to USE so much as the sorrow that darkensthe .
band) and "Grand Royal" ten and fifteen offer before the readers of the Thrice- I mother's heart over the one who

die.It cent goods (blue band) need no a-Week World. Twenty-eight words
so often happens that the man IP but a name in the coming years. .
gazing in a mirror sees nothing before. ABUSEThose further introduction having beensmoked $1. Write for particulars to the World And if John find home a refuge from t y i .rilS.r
for the best New York. 1
years by people .
care, and his greatest happiness is
him.A and "the best for the
man Is never so much alone as tired eyes of yours pronounced within its four walls he can put his
when in the presence of one who does price. The artisan blows the lettering into boots In the rocking chair or hang his
not understand him. will stand lots of abuse, yet Above brands are on sale at first only the molten glass. So it Is that coat on the floor any day in the week.

. The concern that offers abnormal class cigar stands.El those hours of disappointment and silent And if I stand it and he enjoys It, It'ar
profits offers abnormal risks. You there irf a limit to their patience Tropico Cigar Factory. suffering are moments of nobody's business but mine."

cannot divorce them and their Ocala'Fla. highest enrichment. And do you know
-w The doors of opportunity open au that bodies reflect the beauty: and 3 DOCTORS ARE PUZZLEDThe

tomatically. Nor do they ever pause.. You may worry along for We are dwarfing the minds of a strength of soul)-blown into souls ai 3,) 3 o- rlrr
bthe abnormal
lining generation
Enter while may. It were. remarkable Kenneth
you recovery of
The one .who really loves you loves quite a while, belt there will] practical idea. Education primarily Mclver, of Vanct-boro Me-. Is the subject -
the most amidst life's thickening" I.. not the maker of a mere moneygetter. of much interest to_the medical
shadows and its gathering storms. come a time. when you will .- We must not educate in order to fraternity Hid a wide circle of friend

build fortunes, but to make men-sun- He says: of his case: "Owing to !severe
Great men are to be measured by indiffer MONTEZUMA
like the regret your crowned men. who can live above the s inflammation of the throat and con- THE
their critics. Just you measure
mists and fogs. Down with the educa- w gestion of the lungs three doctors ga.eme
tower by its shadow.It ence.I up to die when at last resort. I
is nothing less than ignoble to tion that seeks to keep'pace with a was induced to try Dr. King's New

shrink from every effort that is necessary will give you eye advice purely commercial age! I Discovery and I am happy to say it LEASED FOR TENYEARSBest

y R 1 saved life" Cures the worst
for your success. my
and at moderate t. gad
co i
Soft words will ease the pain of a ease OF INTEREST TO MANYFoley's I ( -g coughs weak. and colds bronchitis tonsilltls Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Cp: -to-Date
lungs hoarseness and
wound: forgiving will cure it. and for- DR. D. M. BoNy, Kidney Cure will cure any' lagrippe.
getting will, take away"" the scar. case of kidney or bladder trouble that I store.Guaranteed at Tydings & Co's. drug Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to Eat

When your good Is evil spoken of, Optical Parlors Upstairs in is not beyond the reach of medicine.No i

your wishes are crossed, your taste is medicine can do more. Sold by The greatest thing in To speak of the Latin Empire at
Ocala Fla.NICKELHOOT. all dealers. L\N PROPRIETOR.
Gary Building, 7. J. STtII'FRESH
offended: your advice ridiculed and I the mind t. keefHitmen suggests ancient Rome-the mistressof ,

)OU take it all in patient loving kind- Don't laugh at the man who builds i jtuag totting the world. To speak of Greece

.ness, that Is victory. his castles in the air It may be a I makes you think only of Athens and

Blot out everything disagreeable vision that Is stirring his latent powers It does this in a natural way. It her culture. To mention England
from yesterday: start out with a clear The world's great achievements I brings London-vast and populous. To :
sheet for today. Write upon it. if for began with some man's day dreams. i* not a eosmrtc or artificial slim speak of our own republic turns mod- MEATS r AND VEGETABLES "

memory's sake alone those things I ccutmg. It limply dean the pores ern thought to Wall Street and her -

which are lovely and lovable.It The newest most attractive and HIDDEN, DANGERS I gees the blood free circulation: piles of gold. Rome's great heart ,'

Is like a far-away dreamthememory novel package of cigars is the latest 1 removes all wrinkles and insures a throbbed on until her boys followed Western Reef, Veal Florida Stall( Fed Beef, Mutton, Atmoul's .
of the leaders of the olden production of the El Troplco cigar rectory -
Nature Civet That the eagle to and death. Ath- ,.
Timely Warnings well carnage
time. The leaders of the ancient regime Ocala. The idea is original with No Ocala Citizen Can Afford to clear heMthv* groomed,uua. ens breathed out her life until Greece Star Ham, Armour's Pork Sausage, Cabbage -, ,- '
the and Its frequent me from now will
never ceased to be grandes dames Mr. Chas. Peyser proprietor, :
became a nation of culture and refinement -.-
Beets Sweet
though fortune, rank and youth were attracts a great deal of attention and Ignore keep you young looking and good And. shall I say It-the United Rutabagas Turnip's. ,

swept away. Who will forgeL Lady the goods are fine and sell at sight. DANGER SIGNAL NO.1. comes looking. SOC and Jl.oo per jar. States has gone stark mad over the Potatoes, Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onioas. < ',- -
Ailesbury. the English lady of an almost The brand is Nickel-a-Foot. They ,
from the kidney secretions. They will building of fortunes. She's crucifying '
extinct type* And there was are as fine as many nickel goods and Call at our store '-
warn you when the kidneys are sick. herself on a cross of gold. "The American's W. P. EDWARDS. -
Lady Lennox in whose veins flowed the reason they are sold cheap is because I Well kidneys excrete a clear amber for 'sample Ideal Is the millionaire." How .

blood from dukes and earls and who they are made by apprentices. fluid. Sick kldneys\send out a thin, far wrong was the Englishman's judg- PHONE 108 CITY MARKET ,-
made the French barons her familiar The cigars are C inches long packed pale and foamy, or a thick, red Ul- AntiMonopolyLb ment? So it Is with the nations of
gossip. Of her It is said that George two in a package and retail at 5 cents smelling urine full of sediment and earth. Cities diffuse life until nations

III. was wretched all his life because hence 12 inches of solid comfort fora I irregular of passage. Drugstore become their kind.
nickel Try them and be convinced.For .
she could not be his queen. She never DANGER SIGNAL NO.2. comes
forgot her royal blood though she sale at first class dealers.
from the back. Back pains dull and IF ITS A REPUTATIONyou
spelled.-wrote and thought in atrocious heavy or sharp and acute, tell you
the are after. White's Cream Ver- YOUR DINING !
English. And Lady Lennox was ROOM
of sick kidneys, and warn you of the mifuge has a. world wide reputationas
head of another disappearing order. .NIGKELAFOfllHANDMADE
of diabetes andBright'
coming dropsy, the best of all worm destroyers
But we Americans somehow it our disease. Doan's Kidney Pills HOW IS IT DONE?? and for its tonic influence on weak

girls chance to buy them a duke or a cure sick kidneys and cure them per- and unthrifty children. It improves

lord we pay no more attention to their manently. It would seem their digestion and assimilation of Have You Everything You Need For It?

coronets than if they were school girls Trevi Johnson tailor, at 9 Laura their food strengthens their nervous

once more wearing their old straw street and residing at 218 Clay street to be done b\ system and restores them to health
and vigor natural toa child. If
hats We demands of worsen
make our -
Jacksonville. Fla. says "I can recom- magic. The want a healthy, happy child get a
but The-
want Nelly Curtis
we a
mend Doan's Kidney Pills very highlyas bottle of %\bite's Cream Vermifuge.Sold .
t odosia Burr Dolly Madison the Car- I used them for back and urinary human voice by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.This .

roll sisters. Octavia LeVert Sallie trouble with the best of results. My coming from a We Have Just Received Some Fine Dm -
Ward Winnie Davis or a May Handy back was so weak and pained me so age calls for the education of

-the sort that shine like stars for severely that it was difficult for me to wooden box, the heart as well as' the mind. We
Furniture Such'SIDEBOARDS
us. Every American's wife is his work. A friend of mine recommended with all its well are beginning to see the need of things ing Room as

queen; his sisters his princesses. She's UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF Doan's Kidney Pills to me and I pro- ? purely aesthetic as well as Intellect
the first lady of the land to him al- MEDICINE cured a box. I took the pills regularlythat known tones I ual. Teach everything that will tend

waysWe' crown our women because RVIRGIN I AD day and the next morning I was A and its mn ic. to prevent cruelty and crime; every-

they are our home-makers our wives 8TuaRT McGUIRE M. D. Put sn."T. astonished to find that I was without, thing that will tend to stop wars riots.

our mothers. In this age of awful rills CoOet conforms to the Standsrds backache. I continued to use the rem- ThePHONOGRAPH strikes and conflicts between capital ,
commercial fury men grow so gray. fixed by law for Medical Education.Send for and labor; everything that will make
and I have since.
Bulletin No.11,which tells anout it. edy not had backache
Its the wtfe's caress-the pressure of Three frr.AUJopn-S <
her loving arms while she whispersove MEDICI-DENTISTRY-PHARMiCY better generally.)) You can use my poor and the children of the* poor kinder TABLES BUFFETS -

and over the story of her heart name as an endorser of Doan's Kidney is now too well r to the rich; everything that& will ,
this alone makes life bearable. Pity Pills. j.t a4I known to needdescription tend to relieve suffering and make this

the man from whose''arms the treas- BROCKINGTON world of ours happier for every creature -
SKIPPED For sale by all dealers Price 50
ure Sees. The old\ fashioned' womanly WITH THE BOODLE cents. Foster-MHburn Co. Buffalo. N. but that lives, both human and dumb. CHINA CLOSETS "
is what we want.APPEARING ,
woman i V. sole agents for the United States. t r. the pleasure: of f AN INSIDIOUS DANGEROne

OLD Columbia. S. C. Sept. 21.-Robert C. T Remember the name-Doan's-and possessing one

Efrocklngton. collection)) clerk of the i take no other. ANDCHAIRS. ,
y of the worst features of kld-
; i is not knownto
State Bank disappeared yesterdaywith r.ey trouble is that it is an Insidious!

'4 arts as a Bar' t. Pr BtaM Em>>Iersieat. more than $10.000 of the bank's I WEATHER FORECAST everyone. disease and before the victim realizeshis : -
he have a fatal ma-
funds. danger may
2L-Scattered .
Washington. Sept. .
Kidney Cure at .
lady. Take Foley's
Brockington failed to In the
You afford to old. deposit thunder showers late tonight or Saturday -
cannot grow the first sign of trouble as it corrects
la these days of strenuous competitionit express office the money which he was -- ison Phono irregularities and prevents Bright'

is necessary to maintain as long as directed to send away. and escaped t graph. Full assortment disease and diabetes. Sold by all
Possible ones youthful appearance.It He Is 19 years old and well connected. WILLIAMS' CARBOLIC SALVE dealers." It will be a Great_ Pleasure to Show
is Impossible to do this without retaining I ,449" of f

a luxurious growth of hair. SIX SAILORS LOST with ARNICA and WITCH HAZEL hand. Youleisure THE PENINSULAR You and Give -a
The presence: of Dandruff indicates the I records always on Them to Prices.
presence of a burrowing. germ which The best salve in the world for cuts ,' hours be madevery INDUSTRIAL. INSURANCE CO.
"fives and thrives on the roots of the Washington Sept. 21.-The capsizIng bruises sores ulcers salt rheum tet- ran OF JACKSONVILLE. FLA..
hair unta It causes total baldness of the American schooner Twilight ter chapped hands and all skin erup- instructive and entertaining .
i tions. It is guaranteed to give satisfaction I Pays the most liberal sick, accidentand -
'Xewbro's Herpldde is the only known and the loss of six of her crew on
Mtroyer of this pest and it Is as cffeo- Monday morning, was announced to i or money refunded. Price. %3c.I with a Phonograph. death benefits upon the paymentof
.ve am it u delightful Sold by William Anderson. Williams small weeKly premiums.
to use the Navy Department yesterday by I The Peninsular i* one of the strongest -
makes an elegant hair dress- Manufacturing Co, Proprietors
teg*as weu as Dandruff wireless via St. Augustine. Fla. from I land. 0.GENUINE. insurance companies in the 'land' OCALA FURNITURE Ct

Accept no .tfb tltote-there cure. Is none. the cruiser Minneapolis on her way to __ i and has many thousands of policies in j :.
Sold,by leading droplets. Send Me In Cuba. I GOLD MOULDED RE. force in Florida. All claims are paid
demand. Call I
stamp. for sample to The 1erpicld. Co. The vessel foundered off the Carolina CORDS. 25 CENTS. A SHIPMENTOF promptly upon on or .

hetrctt, Duck. coast. One man. the only survivor 500 JUST IN. COME AND HEAR office write over S. P.Teapot Brockington Grocery, Local Ocala Agent, Fla.i E. C. SMITH. V. ROBlill.1:4.r .. -

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j local applications as they cannot S/H.BLrTCH .:""_ --
Editor Star-I want to thatwbUe, Manager J.C.B0OZER.Asst, ftUn9?., :._
Received ; reach the diseased portion of the ear say' j > :.. : .' -" / ,
Just byRIIEINAUER meet this evening.. There Is only .one way to cure deafness our Gainesville friends loet thegame _i1 CEO. J. BUTCH, Teller .. ; :
of ball to 'Ocala by one tally during -
and that Is by constitutional rem-
twelve years of hotel work I neyu-had
Elks meet Tuesday evening.t edies. Deafness la caused by an Inflamed '
gentlemanly dub at royhotel The Strong jHold the -
a more :;
& CO. condition of the mucous lining :
during all these yf'8rSba the thirteen -
W. LIndsay Is quite Ut of the Eustachian tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling GainesrlHe ball players. Come : .
sound or imperfect. hearing and whenit agaIn boys; you.V
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night \ J, Shlpman Proprietor.THE .. .,
Is entirely closed deafness Is the "" "
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result. and unless the Inflammation cabe : -? "
Limeade at the Postoffice iLA. '
Drugstore.Mr. taken out and this tube restored tofu CANTALOUPE CROP .

A Shipment of normal condition hearing will be --.. -
: John P. Carry of Mobile U at the destroyed forever; nine cases out often Messn. E. L. Howell & Co. 'of An- -
Has Upon Public Confidence i& Evidenced Its
Ocala House thong Ii of
LONG SILK GLOVES are caused by catarrh which Is -chipped ears cantaloupes

nothing but an inflamed condition of from their Immense fields. The prices and Increasing Business -

While Only.A Telephone 226 for Ice -cream. Hew the mucous surfaces.We obtained were good and the gentlemen -
ett and Bridges, wiU give One Hundred Dollars are "to the good on the crop but It -

for any case of deafness (caused by was heartbreaking to see over 19,000

W H. Frterpon, of Leesburg. is at catarrb) that cannot be cured by HalTs crates of melons In the fields.,lost bythe 1

of the Montezuma. Catarrh cure Send for circulars free.F. rains and hot sun scalding the KNIGHT &: LANG, :. : -

Shipment J. Cheney & Co, Toledo,, O. Tines. All tha; other shippers in the '

Try our canary bird seed. The Post- Sold by druggists 75c. Take Hairs Anthony Lowell and ,:Martin section Successors to S A. STANDLEY & CO. J :-
ROUND THREAD VAL LACEA office Drugstore. Family; pms for constipation. probably shipped something; like as ,. i
many cantabtupes 'as did this firm and

Peaches. 2? cents per basket at lid- SOME TIMBER TRADINGThe Young and Maths at Fairfield shipped A Full Stock of Wagons Carriages Buggies Harness
don and Leah'L -- a large quantity. There.were a good ,

Shipment of Sumner and Pounds LumberCompany many other scattering shipments from SaddIery.and all the Accompanying Lines. -
in addition to all of their the county in addition to the above. .
J. A. Murrell of Mclntosh is a guest
Ocala other purchases of timber lands In this HEAVY FARM AND TURPENTINE
county In the past few months. nave "
recently bought 2200 acres from C. G. Is Disease a Crime ? :
200 Dozen, at JOc. Apiece or $J a Dozen. Mies Bertha Harrell of Boston.;. Ga.. Melton of Micanopy. located at Marin Exclusive,Agents' for the Famous Whita Hickory Tnrpenti

is at the Montezuma. and will move their sawmill and mblUbed Not very an long editorial ago. a popular article; magazine in which ne Wagon: Prompt Attention to out of Town.Orders:;':

cross tie camp from Berlin to that the writer assorted' in snhstance. that all .
A Shipment of MM. John Muller and son of Citra place, beginning next Monday. The isoase! should l.e 1 rpganhxi a* crimmat. KNIGHT LANG
are at the Montezuma.Mr. mill will be located west of and near Certain it is, that much of the 'sickness ,

dr. McLeod's milL This company has and suffering of mankind Is due to. the Ocala Florida.

MUSLIN UNDERWEAREntirely :Mr. C- H. 1I01la.nd.worth of Dunnelion bought most of Mr. McLeod's timber. violation of certain of .Nature's laws
lot to. nay that all sickness should be
: but did not 'buy his mill the lime <
was in the city today. nor regarded as criminal must appeal to
New. kiln. Mr. S. B- Brook* Is manager for every reasonable Individual as radically: MISS ALTA PEARSON'S PARTY THE BASEBALL GAME

There were thirty-eight arrirali at the company. wrong. -

the Montezuma yesterday. It would be harsh unsympathetic Tuesday afternoon Miss Alta. Fear- The game of ball yesterday afternoon -:.
-I-------- --- i cruet, yes criminal; ,to condemn the '
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED weak over-worked housewife who sunder eon! entertained the younger societyset I between the Ocala. and Gainesville \

-' -- :MrC W. Joseph of Clearwater was the heavy load of household cares at the home of her parents on Fort nines. was the beet and most spirited ,.

In the city yesterday and today. Wanted a:: good. competent house- and burdens, and suffers from weaknesses King avenue. complimentary to her I that has been played In Ocala In-along
I teept-r. Apply to Mrs. Bobnneld at various displacements! of pcltic guest. Miss Mamie Wilcox of Gaines I time.
the Montezuma HoteL organs and other' derangements peculiar ville. The feature of the evening was .ed by,. h* large crowd of spectators.The .
E. I* Ryan train master for the to her sex.Frequent. ,
I the popular parlor game, "forty-two. game was a tie. t to 1. at the
S. A. L. By., is at the Ocala House. bearing of children with its ex-
.WATER WORKS IMPROVEMENTS ftUur demands upon tbe srstem. coupled There were ten tables and the game t!close of the "ninth inning and It was
I Kith tbe care WonT and labor of rearing a was played progressively. growing dark but the boys hustled
SaleL1ONDAY Kodak time. We have everything In large f udlr. is often the cause of weak- Mis. Pearson. Mrs. C. V. Miller Miss I and another
played inning. Gainesville -
I: the line. The Postoffice Drugstore. .Mr. C. J. Phillips has begun work n esses derangements and debility which are
Special I on the tOut solid brick addition to aggravated ty the many household cares Louise Gamsby and :Miss Meta ,Jewett failed to score tnd Ocala made,
and the hard. and never-ending work which assisted the young- hostess in entertaining I run and won the day. amid deafening-
the water works< station. This will the mother fc. railed npou to perform. l>r.
Messrs. S. B. Brooks and 1. H. Seller -
her guests. The pretty prize, t cheers. The Gainesville
make the station 44x44 feet. The 'ierce.the maker of that worw-f iiwd rem- boys are a.
of Berlin were In the city today. I'dtor woman'* peculiar weaknesses and offered to the most skillful younglady 1 nice crowd of young l'entJemen.and
splendid new boiler has arrived and
11b-III'Pierre's Favorite Pre'-CnPtion-su. player, was tied for by !several, and in j seemed to enjoy their star here. :Mr.
the foundation is being erected. The that one of the greatest obstacles to the cure
Phone your Items of news any time ,boiler will be set in place and then,the of this class of maladies lathe fact that the the cut was won by Miss Alice Bul Jake Gerig umpired the game to the
of the day ofevenlng to 51, 121 or 265. poor.r-woTked housewife can not !fet the lock. The prize was a pretty chatelaine J satisfaction of all. +
walls built up around It. needed< rest from her many household cares
mirror and presented by
I and labor to enable her to -care from the
Telephone 328:! for Ice cream can use of his.PrvsoripUon*its full benefits. It Miss Bullock" the guest of honor..Mr. J. S. LEACH & CO.
dies ond fruits. Hewett and Bridges. : Among the delegates attending theEpworth 15 a matter of frequent experience, be says Howard Walters won the gentleman's
i Leagues-Conference are the In his extensive practice in these: cases to .
'I meet with those in which his treatment fails prize. Refreshments were served. Several I Fruits, Confectionery Bottled Soda
J. H. Hampton of Starke is amongyesterday's Misses Van Brunt two charming young bJ'reason of the patient's inability to abstain 'songs were sung very sweetly by W '
i ladies of Tallahassee, nieces of"Mr. R. from hard work long enough to be cured. Misses desire to "call the attention of
arrivals at the Montezuma. Scott and Bullock, and MissEasterltng
1 the public to our fine stock of fruits of
With- those suffering from proUpsiiS anteversion -
June 25 at 9 ,a.m. I W. VanBrunt, a former school teacher and retroverston of the uterus or of Montexnma. Ca. played ,all kinds, nuts, cigars, tobacco, candies
I The choicest ice-' cream can be had in tills\ city. They are the guests; of other displaremont of tbe womanly organs. beautifully while :Miss Mervtn Ray and sort bottled drinks. Wfc propose.
Mr. and Mrs. William Mcllvaine. It is very nccesKUT addition to tak-
I by telephoning to Hewett and Bridges. lug his*Favorite Prescription-they abstain Eileen Brocken of Palatka recited several I te havethe beet and respectfully 110-,

from being very much or for long periods.on interesting pieces. licit your patronage.J. _:
I I Dr. Thomas' uncooked whole wheat their feet. All heavy lifting or straining of S. LEACH ft CO.,
l Sale of Domino Miss\ Lillian has returned
Special Introductory =1 biscuit at Tydings & Co. -Will cure any kind should also be avoided. A* much Fruit Dealer, Montezuma Bloci. Ocala.
from Jasper where she visited friends. nt-door air as possible with moderate light PLEASANT OCCASION
indigestion and stomach troubles. exercise is also Let
; very important. the -
made Diamond
Hatches by patient observe tbese! rules and the'Fayoe-
Don't fall to try the new fancy FOR nE.\"T-Tbe residence he Prescription will do the rest. The Epworth League Mission! Con-

Match CoM New York City. It's a drinks and Ices at the Anti-Monopoly occupied by Dr. Newsom on OkJawahaavenue. formerly Dr.Pierce's Medical Advisor Is sentiren ference is In session at the League CASTORIA.
Drugstore. f receipt of stamps to pay expense of rooms; over the Teapot Grocery this?
Apply to David S. Woodrow, mailing only. Send to Dr. R.\. Fierce, afternoon, and if you see this in time For Infants and Children.

double=dipped match, a safety match Mr A. J. Legg of Jacksonville a former Merchants' block. Buffalo N. Y..21 cne-cent stamps for pa- you had better go. You will be welcome

:' Ocala citizen is ,at the Monte- per-coverOO.or 31 stamps for ckith-bound. whether you are a. Leaguer or The Kiad You HaJe Awzjs! IHgM
and strikes anything. AH dealers zuma. Baseball goods of al kinds at the If sick consult the Doctor,free of charge not.
by> letter. AU such communications
: are -
Ocala News Co. A full stock on hand.

sell them at 5C a package ((10 boxes).: We carry the largest 'and very best All parties holding coupons from the I held.sacredly Pierce's confidentiaLDr. Pleasant Pellets Invigorate Mr. Jl: S. Morris and bride 'of Oka- Sgna.tureofWhen Bears the I' .
assortment of druggist's sundries In
and regulate stomach liver and boweL! hum in for few days
pka are a ,
Colonial Perfume Co.; can get free
the city. Tydings & Co.
Our special price is packages by calling. at the Ocala News, guests of the Montezuma. Mr. Morris.
Company. IMPORTANT NOTICE In his bachelor days was with Mr.; T. '
Mr. A. S. Harris of Savannah ,a well I B. Snyder in this city for 'several traveling via the A. C. I*, or>,
known traveling man is at the Ocala when In need of a mileage book call';
Huse. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Barnes and children The' voters of Florida, who will be months. on R. Jtdaias.- city tocket agent at j -

!I and Miss Carrie Barnes of Dun- called upon to act upon the proposed the Ocala House. -

CENTSa : nellon came up this morning and registered drainage amendment to the.const The sworn statements of the manufacturers
Our line of toilet soaps, perfumes and for the day at the Montezum utlon at the November election, are
from inKennedy's
3 cosmetics la unsurpassed. Tydings & hereby notified that printed matter re- protects you J. E. CHACEDE -
Company.Mr. 1 Laxative Honey and Tar.
FOR RENT-The Witness flat third laUng thereto, with accompanying.mayf Sold by the,Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Mr. -
the first drainage district. will be rrAL SURGEON
package. : Frank E. Hall of Gainesville floor of the Baptist Witness
: promptly sent to any address on application -
was in the city yesterday. a guest of There are six splendid bUUdfng.1 and Mra EL L. :Mcintosh have
the Ocala-House. toilet, etc. Apply to the by postal card:Bureau or otherwise Drawer, gone' te Asheville-, C. where they Office Upstairs;Commercial Baal BId',
the Florida News ,
No than 12 packages to customer.For or to Mrs. E. Van Hood. Possession I will'remain during the"summer for the .
more one on ,July 1. %57, Jacksonville_Fla.WILLIAMS' OCALA -.
benefit of Mr. Mclntosh's health. It fLA.
The best bod and the best board: In I -
T"crida for the money can be had at II I Is sincerely hoped the change will
Couonel Shipman's Montezuma hoteL Mr. Harry Wright of Macon, Ga. Is : CARBOLIC benefit Mr. McIntosh. who has been :-

in the city visiting relatives. There with ARNICA and WITCH HAZEL very ill for the past six months. Terms, Cash. _.-" .

this day we offer the Famous \Vhite fountain Mr. Earl Mark of Jacksonville is In is quite a colony of Ocala people in The best salve in the world for cuts _: 4:
the city, visiting his sister, Mrs. Harry Macon and all are doing welV bruises. sores, ulcers salt rheum.. tet? -Rev. L. W. Moore returned yester- -- <': : '
and Arctic Ice Cream Freezers at the following low prices : Lapham. er. chapped hands and all skin erup day afternoon from Lake Weir where -

The choicest drugs are compounded Ions. It is guaranteed to give satisfac- he married Miss Carrie Sigmon of that :
in registered tion or money refunded. Price, 254?. William Harping On
your prescriptions by only place to Mr. Thomas Phillips
FOR RENT the _
Ft>r summer, partof Williams '
WHITE MOUNTAIN. ARCTIC. pharmacists<< when they are sent Sold by William of Tampa.
a large well located residence fur- to Tydings &Co. Manufacturing Co., Proprietors. Cleve-
nished to family with no small chil- land. 0.W000MEN,
2 quart size 2 quart size DON'T One Siting -
.41.60 $1 20 Dr. IL Robinson president of the

for___-:____. for______..:_____ Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Neville and chil., Commercial Bank of Jacksonville, of LOG ROLLING Don't.yourChild. suffer: with that: ,',< ..
dren were guests of the Montezumalast which-the Ocala Commercial Bank is a AT cough when, :you can cure with' Ba!- Is What We Do WheiorWe :;

3 quart size till 3 quart size night. branch was in the city yesterday on JACKSONVILLE lard's Horehound Syrup a sure cure .
$1 $1 50 business. For this occasion the Seaboard Air for cough's bronchitis influenza croup Start t= ;

for__._____..__ for____________ Peaches. 25 cents per basket at Lid Line offers a rate of $3.30 round trip and pulmonary diseases. Buy a bottle ..
Ocala. Tickets sale June 28 and try It.
from on
4 quart size 4 quart size don and Leach's.Mrs. FOR BKNT-Rooms, suitable for and 2V limited toJune. 30. B. B. Laughter. Byhalla. Miss., Quality ':
.42.20 $ light housekeeping next door north of :
for _____. writes* :, "I have two children who had
--- ------------ M. Strains and little daughter Glenwood HoteLR.
LONG TENNESSEE FIGHTFor croup. I tried many different remedies -
6 size G size have gone to Cincinnati Mrs. Strauss but I must sa.yyour Horehound Quality, Qu lity.
quart quart next -
former home. to visit for the
.42.80 $2.30 D. FULLER. 1.. F. B.ALOCK. twenty years W. L. Eawls ofBells. Syrup Is the best croup, and cough -
for--___-_.. for-----------_ month or two.Splendid Tenn. fought- nasal catarrh. lie medicine I ever used.Bold by the. Our business is increasing
FULLER & BULOGK writes. The swelling and soreness InsIde -- Anti-Jlpnopoly) Drugstore: daily and there is no reason

8 quart size $3.60 8 quart size $2.95 corner lot on OkJawaha avenue my, nose,was fearful till I began why. it should not for we

for----_-______ Tor-----------_ 105 feet, front east of and the west Standley on the residence avenue; DENTAL SURGEONS applying Bucklen's Arnica Salve to the SEABREEZEJOTTAGES keep the best goods ox\ the

by 100 feet; north and south; fine shade. sore surface; this caused the soreness If yon Intend-going away this-sum market and "stand ready" at

1-. Special price on Ice Water Cooler: etc. To be sold at a very low price At Office Over Munroe & Cbimbliss' Bank and swelling to disappear never to return. mer. why not go to the "Newport of all times to make good -
once. Ditto & ){aloney.F. ." Best salve In existence.: 25c.i atLOW.EXCURSION the uth--Scabree&e: where you will any-
OCALA, FLA. --1-yalUpt.. G00- -- find completely furnished cottages thong that does pot'come up

I. Howard of Tallahassee Is screened and canopied, from two to our guarantee. We carry '
rooms up to twelve; all conveniences.
Variety StoreTHE among today's/ arrivals at the Monte- Terms Cash. RATESTo Theyare known as the "Breakera' Cot. ,a complete line of T6fletf

F zuma.: tages. located directly on the*beach Soap Try a box of our "
Address ViC ,Grant,' Seabreeze Fla.
Savannah_ and Charleston Via Atlantic Venetian. It's only 150 and -

,-, -- Foiey's Honey and Tar cures the C. J. PHILLIPS Coast Lin ANCIENT ROMEIs lathers freely in Ocalawater.
most obstinate coughs and expels the .
cold from tha system as It Is mildly Contractor and Builder.Plans On July 2, the Atlantic Coast Line' now merely a memory,of the past. '
GLENWOOD laxative. It U guaranteed. Do not will sell excursion" tickets to Savannah. Ballard's Snow Liniment U the family

risk taking any but the genuine in the Ga. at rate of J6,.and'to Charleston S. liniment of the twentieth century. A 0. K. Grocery -
% and Specifications Furnished CL at rate of $8 from Ocala for the ,
yellow "package. Sold by an dealers.Mr. positive cure for rheumatism burns
CONVENIENT TO BOTH DEPOTSA Upon Request round trip; final limit July IS. For cuts sprains neuralgia. etc. Mr. C. Clark Brot phone i 74.

information call on nearest agent. H. Rnnyon. Stanberry.. Mo.. writes: *I
newly renovated hotel with all the privacy of family life Gus Haley drove Mr. S. A.R:1wls' J29 South Third Sleet, :1_. G. Kirkland. XHv. Pass. Agt. have csed Snow Liniment for rheuma- :
: touring car through the country -
All modern conveniences. First class: in all of its ap- a few days ago to' Orlando and Ocala, Fla. Tampa..FIa., siam;and'all,pain Itan't say enough
la Its' prate-- Sold; by .the AntiMonopoly .
male the trip over. 100 'miles over '
Porters meet all trains. Rates
pointments. FOR EPILEPSY Drugstore.
deep sandy roads in a. little over seven r; -: .
per day. Weekly and monthly rates made hours, without breaking any town or- DR. L. A. COMBS "FISH AGAIN I ;:.'., '
J, B:. Waterman, .of Watertown. 0.. CAMPING "
known upon application. dinanceseither. rural free delivery writes: "My daughter Going camping this summer? You IN MICHIGAN'C. :

Graduate Royal College Veterinary afflicted for years with epilepsy, can rent cots tents and other camping .
MRS. THOS J. BARNES FOR RENT-Half of well located Surgeons.EDINBURGH was cured by Dr. King's New' Life goods of the Ocala Furniture Co.. : :'

residence partly furnished or unfurnished SCOTLAND. Pills. She has not had an attack lot H. & D.' .
desired. Bath toilet. etc. in
two .years. Best body cleansers The Bowel
PROPRIETOR. over Very Best Remedy for
rooma. Best part of town; big front topic earth. .
and life giving pills Trouble
porch. Apply at Star office. Treats All Curable Case of Domett!
The Lhe
& Co.
25c. at Tydings Micfcigaa
Animals Mr. M. T. Burroughs, an old and weft

FIVE YEARS AGOIF During the absence of Mr. J. K. Williamson. Office at Tompkins LIvery Stable known resident of Bluff ton, Ind. ,;
Mr. Walter Briggs win be In EXCURSION TO JACKSONVILLEVia says "I regard ChatubertaIn'sCofle :Best ,of Service to -

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the
of the Ocala Pressing Club
charge DISTILLED WATER-Free DefiveryIICE the Atlantic Coast Line very best remedy for bowel trouble '
and will see that the patrons are given
I make this statement after having
good service.Mr. I Tickets to Jacksonville and returnat 0
WOULD / used the remedy In family for *ew
my ; -
2 cents toe
rate of fare plus
one >
WOULD HAVE BOUG HT ME A HOME. THIS Arthur Hardaker of the round trip,' win be sold June. 3 C era! yean. I am never without it."-- '
EARD IN OCALA. manager :
This Is almost to be need-
remedy cure ;
final limit June 39.J. .
? with
the Mattel Lumber Company was in : and 2 .
G. Kirfcland.rav. Pass. ATampa eJ before the summer is 'over. Why
the city yesterday! a guest of the Ocala .
FIVE YEARS FROM NOWPEOPLE i House. Fl}'. not buy It DOW and be prepared foe "
such an emergency? For Bale by, all And to all the :Famous sum;:- ,,
drtrrlsth.-: -
WILL BE MAKING THE SAME RE If you wilt make Inquiry it will be a WILL HELP SOME mer Resorts of Qi J .
revelation to you how many succumb ELECTRICAL BUZZ .
ESTATE WHILE LOTS ARE CHEAP AND Thousands bear witness annually to ,
to kidney or bladder troubles in one -
MONEY EASY TO GET. I HAVE form or another. If the patient Is not the efficiency of. Early
medical Kidney pleasant! reliable little pills haTe long: Kow Is the time to keep cooL Hew >:
: beyond aid. Foley's
FIVE HUNDRED LOTS Cure will cure. It never disappoints.Sold D. A. Fort. C. A. Fort.FORTS borne a reputation second to none as &lock and attractive" prices, at B.' ...E..... ,- ,and CANADA :
by all dealers. a laxative and cathartic. They are Tonge:A Co. ,
I BARBER SHOPso. as staple as bread In minIons of homes. ;

LESS THAN ONE MILE FROM THE COURT Pleasant but effective. Win promptly HOW TO BREAK UP A COLD Cars From
Born. yesterday:! morning to Mr. and Through
HOUSE THAT I AM SELLING VERY CHEAP. ( 28.) relieve constipation without griping. -
It surprise to :
Mrs. Will F. Marlow. a fine baby boy. may be a, _te, many
'AND ON TERMS NEVER HEARD OF BE- Sold by the Anti-Monopoly, Drugstore. ,
learn that cold be -
a evere can completely -
Dr. W. H. Marean was the attending North Magnolia Street. Cincinnati karI-
broken- Is one two days'time. -
physician. Mother and child are doing ap or _
nicely. barber's workof SIDEBOARDS The first'symptoms of 'a cold c

FIVE DOLLARS CASHBALANCE First class Wa have just placed In our showrooms r are -a. dry loud cough. profuse. ; watery evoixT: :- I,_-

Palmer's Lotion Soap for eruptionsand all kinds neatly, quicklyand a-magnificent line of new rtdeboardsL. discharge -front the nose,, and -' "" ,-
skin diseases at the Postoffice skillfully executed. Satisfaction : Among them are several at thin., .white coating-, on the'tongue; On and after :JuneS -_

ONE Drugstore. :J15 each ,the finest and most handsome When'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy BOOK OF_ SUMMER TOURS .
WORKING MAN CAN NOW OWN. A guaranteed. Give us ever placed on sale In Ocala. Mc- taken every hour on the first'appearance Fre."for the .Akkfog.J t- -

HOME. :her of these symptoms counteract : .
A fine residence. lot. suitable for at'ottage5 trial. .
W. B. :
the effect of the cold and restores the
: :Fort going at '
on King avenue Ticket Coed for Eight Shaves, 9t i. I. ; within -GaaerGl Faseeiig.5geat,. : ;: '
SEYMOUg ; system to a healthy condition a
H. '
B. the and
<: the low price ot $550. it. sold Immedi Go to Ocala News Co. ret< -

..... ately. Ditto &; Maloney. .', ,,t,. ,Cash in Advance a Zinn: Safety Razor. The best yet. day or. two. For ale by aB druggist, : ;

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A Pleasant, Homel&e Hstwe
Of the Fiiipines in Place of Henry C. I J 3500 New York Physician Want theCa F Mf ,

You will scarcely be- Ide-Who He !Is and What He .Examined by .a Medical Elegant, Aky Roocss.aarf UK

lieve a soda cracker can Has Done rwcw W ee-e.r-rrLse.e a- Commission very 'Choicest Take Bo....

Iu Vitalized Medicinal Food Proper
until Manila Sept. Jt- The inaugural ties are Verv Quickly Realized. Albany, N. T. Sept. %Thirty-five
be so perfect you ceremonies In connection with the induction In Brlnmc Healthy Color t* u.. hundred physicians of New York state .Special Rates ia Sesuacr, te
of General James P. Smith Into Checks: of the Pale and Sallow. '
have presented a petition to Governor
In Producing strength to the Wak.te
taste the one perfect Soda office as governor general took place i I the Feeble and the Inralid.IB Higglns behalf of Albert T. PatrIck. Weekly and Monthly Bcacrf-

yesterday with civic and military dis Toning up the System of Coavalea- who Is condemned to death for the

Cracker- play. General Smith was escorted by' cents la Cleansing from Exhausting the Entire Diseases.System.. murder of Millionaire Rice ,six! I; years ers

the veterans of the army from the palace IB Nourishing. the Wornout.In .
to the city nail where the lnaugu- Rounding Out the TUB. Fcake ago.This case. has long been.famous and .., .t MRS. HATCHELL
Fates of Children
,ral ceremonies took place. The official has ,
IB BulMIr>ano>> on their Little Bedlee been fought through court after
borne of the governor gt'neral.vas the Desirable Pink: and White Flesh and court and delay after delay baa been
Uneeda BiscuitSo thronged during the day with thOUS-1 I In Dotting their cheeks with the Pretty secured In executing the sentence of, n ",, s .. Proprietress.
Color aid that make
DImple. Mothers a _. -ai
ands of citizens of all clasHs.hile Heart Glad. theeourta.

army and navy officials consular officers -1 I OZOUUUIOIT' The petition-which is presented.asks t OCALA: FLORIDA

and others all In, full uniform. I. aa t tlde+e for all Dig lases Caused b Governor Higgins to appoint a commission -I
deliciously baked-so I> Sxpoeare t* Cold.*4 Wet. I
added brilliancy to an impressive 1 I of disinterested physicians to:
| To prove Its Medicinal Food UeriU .
'scene.. j examine Into the medical involved
questions -
tender and flaky-so won- General James Francis Smith Is aj! Trial Bottle Free by Mall In the case and to make a report : HOTEL WINDLE 15. Ii 19 E. Foisjth Street
I VPlll be sent Write .
: on rerjueat. by lette
native of San Francisco and a lawyer]!I to the governor on It before the
or postal card to
derfully preserved by a ty profession. He became colonel of, execution of the sentence.
Ozorculsicn Co.." Pine ST.,WewTork.
the first California regiment of the i I The petition states that this Is done
all Drugzlsta-Tree flzva-iOc. and .L. New and First-Class ia aH
moisture proof package. United States volunteers in April 'I j -- simply- further the ends of Justicein
1SS8: served h expedition to': a fair and Impartial manner: AppointmentsAmerican

It is the real Soda the Filipines wing June 30. 1898. I
only lie was in the battle of Malate'Trenches. A LIVELY TUSSLEwith
WORMSII Plan $2.00 to
; pres1 1
i: July 31. 1898. and was : that old enemy of the race constipation -
Cracker.NATIONAL e c-nt at the taking of Manila the following -i often ends in ap ndlcltl.. 2.50 per day.
| month. He held a number of fcl for years offered. tram ..1>.,medieai teesretied To1 avoid all serious trouble with $E I
Dyppepf aad Catarrh of the Stomach.' la European Plan Rooms
important military positions and several A an.t I, !stomach liver and bowels, take Dr. ) ,

BISCUIT COMPANYTHE fJ i times was commended for gallantry -.! .Q.armt.s nied to Dad mare tbst't lets n."bwt. Judge' m"-oar?M ducts'-awlciUaav5n e..= King's New Life Pills. They perfectly person* 75c. per day and

He was made a brigadier eni;, ..wbva I bowed bin thirtr tees k.d< regulate these organs without painor j
'tbe discomfort. 25c. & Co. Special weekly rate t.
rrmaiudertabovt the tame ieac b>o cral volunteers April 24, 1899. He I{ tact bad bees tapDiac vitality foe ,
my yean
i[was collector of customs in the Fill-'i i aft Form..tratuBoaial...'eloy.d the will ben appeal of health to other ever' Sinew truss.." :druggists. In roil + Center of City. Near all

rac pines and associate justice of the supreme Blaekatock.Ill*IrtTlaitr Plaea. b Ha Car Lines. all theY
West Pi>f>f t+'p> %fa.Pl The Ssabird. : I Open
court. On January 1. 1903. he
Very carious,are tbo.n@taf the sun Rooms with Bath
Desi for
j i entered upon his duties as a member cat
I of the Filipine : commission .and secretary -I' The 9awelsCAtfix ':bird scarcely larger than a, butterfly, Extra Charge.C. .

ORIGINAL "'; of public instruction. It choose some exposed spot probably:

NEn" I t el * public road and proceeds

The idea of a Cough Syrup thaw 11 act f( ;. : S I __a...'. Q.lrk Wovlc. I i feo.buUd on aiL.overhaBsinc twig. Thegntah'ng B. SMITH, Proprietor, Jacksonville, 'Flotfcfcu -

On one occasion Mozart was make Ca7wurlc touches being put to.the.small

on the bowels and thus assist in expelling ing merry with his friend! at midnight abode it Is left; according to one authority Bus from Depot and Steam Ships ,
colds from the system is new and original ;;z ,' when not a single note was written of severely alone until spiders

the overture "Don Giovanni. which ;have woven their webs over and around
In Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.LAXATIVE i I
I was to be produced on the following Nrr** Wesksa Poteat er Gripe., Do e.XeT Good r. I I it. Another naturalist says that the

;' 1 evening. When he had said goodby to sold in bulk. Tbe ceaaise $.blea.tamp.d CCG birds themselves turn ragmen and, collecting -
? 1 tiaaranfeit to care or year money back.
1 ; his friends be calmly went to bed and Sterling Remedy Co,Chicago or N.T. 594ANXUiL i any rubbish they can the

slept until 5 o'clock In the morning. way of moss, faded leaves, ends of cot-I .
A certain safe and harmless remedy for nAPe :' : Awaking refreshed he set to work on : ton and .other such trifles, stick them

all Coughs Colds. Croup Whooping Cough :vi i! the overture, dashing off bheet after .on..theoutside/ of the neat by means of I = HealthMoreThan isJ y,
sheet with incredible rapidity and dis- pl cea of purloined webs. In either !i

La Grippe Bronchitis Influenza and all patching them to the copyists. The GUARANTEE case the result Is the..same and they J

Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers lit @REY I opera was to begin at 1 in the evening ,1tgai i make their 'future-home a thoroughly [eJ x
heles. No
s* tno
praise the children's favorite Kennedy's and a few minutes after, that hour daunt< if you buy .disreputable object. Then aDd not till v Weal"'hr '

Mozart was In his place as conductor then does the little hen enabled lay
Laxative Honey and TarCOUGH I baton In hand while the parts with oh prlaoPndi2r her two greenish white eggs which she UseBALLARD'S
i t 1
gAll tKtNdt?
TAR I the ink still wet on some of them were patches under the. shelter of a small '

SYRUP being handed_to the orchestra.A the popular colors. ; porch which has been constructed over LINIMENT

) F>A Men; Worsted ', the nest ab.ieldlng.her from sun and KINO
"e* red at the Laboratory of E.: C. DC WITT CO.. CHICAGO V. m.arsr A Lf sold only in lot ol rain.
WomUerful Inland of Cballu. 6 pets for$2.50;Cot
The English island of Thanet. form- ton.6 pain for$t,So SNOW .
SOLD BY THE ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLA i For Indies; Egyptian Cotton six pews .. .... lareaad. j
Ing a part of the county of Kent, la al- t1ERI
for fJ.ou. A fMtramtff tifJut sat4rtSJwa. / Bread made from banana flour Is '
most of chalk. The .
wholly composed i isoa LINIMENT
-- common enough In and ,.....
; M..a' Europe England ALL
ea -
Island: Is ten miles In length and about a -
One pound I. said to contain
five.In breadth and has more chalk exposed

ROUND TRIP &t D GiiEAI' ONE WAY i er spot on'of its equal surface area than-on baa the any globe oth-; M. FISH EL. Ocala Fla. more material nourishment than and one energy pound producing of the, AND .

finest beefsteak la much will always have good health. What Is to
more digestible yon more a man
f i British geologists say that there are and less than one-sixth the price than good health All the money in the world ('ao't.make

RATES TO not less .42,000,000,000. tons of I' DO YOU I Ii Sir Henry Stanley war a firm believerIn happiness where health Is unknown. Bailard's Snow Liniment
chalk: "In Bight" on Thanet and that it Rheumatism Cuts Burns. Sprains Neuralgia
the banana. He far
would take 10.000 men and 5.000 horses i so as to CURES I Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles, 'LamoBade
CALIFORNIA & NORTHWEST advise that its consumption would
and carts 20,000 years to move it pro- 0' cure and all the Ilk that Flesh Is Heir to
i rheumatism gout and all liver affections. .
viding It were dug up ready to be
Round trip Summer Excursions from all points East to Pa.. carted iJ.Tlli When lying at the point of One Who Knows.
# t| away. I'I death from gastritis'a light gruel of
cHIc Coast and Northwest until September 15th with, slecial stop I'I
i io Pain From a Burn Promptly Relievedby I banana dour mixed with milk was'the J. O. Scott. Salt Lake City, Utah. writes ** cannot

over privileges.: good returning to October 31st, 190. Chamberlain's Pain BalmA I'I I I only; food he could retain 'and digest. too highly' praise your Ballard'a Snow Liniment for

1 I'i The secret of the banana as a health the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change

little child of Michael Strauss of ; I and strength producing food lies In Its and exposure to the weather. I also recommend' your
Round trip tickets' account'<< ''Baptist Convention San Francisco I Vernon Conn. was recently in great I Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds.
pain' from a burn on the hand and as high percentage- proteid<< and the These used together del, all pale.
and Los Angeles, on .sale from September 2nd to 14th. final cold applications only increased the i I great number of Its calories, respective
I' inflammation Mr. Strauss came to If you do. take ly 20 and 391.71. It Is a perfectly bal- GET THE GENUINE!" Three Sizes 25c, SOc, $1.00
limit October 31st.
: Mr. ;James N. Nichols a local merchant I Hazard's Specific Tablets anced ration If sliced for breakfastand
for something to stop the pain. I

Mr. Nichols says; "I advised him to tfcs mwr.fslilBf nrr* for ", _-. _. served with milk and sugar.-New Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
Cheap Colonist one way tickets to California and Northwest use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. and the IteMiity. t.eaat\Pe&io.\ kid0.7 sad Bladder York Press.
first application drew out the inflammation Troeble.Le t lUttty asd all kiaA .4 di_.... '
from August 27th to October 31st- .and mmedate relief. I The .d y kavra i 500-502 North Second Street ...
gave- to roeJiral arteoce. They arts fail to (lie The Jfoee.
liniment and b.alth.ud atreo th to the patirat. For '
have used: this myself ribs
---a- : i Irregular Fiialal Jolea".... The Is
recommend it very often for cuts, e&e.,HatnnTa SnppMltorwe* should"o. Leararrkee...aced IKreaneowa nose Intended for breathing, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.\
Use the splendid through service of the SOUTHERN' PA- burns, strains and lame backhand ants Ike Vank-u.. seed for beok elpattmlar the mouth for speaking and eating.
D" aell t. at SOc per hex.
have never known it to disappoint. Who has
be ever seen a horse! breathing
r they will seat prepaid_receipt efpnre.
CIFIC from New Orleans, or UNIOPACIF'IC from St. Louis,or
all Iddreas &ao .
For sale by druggists. A AK0 bPKTinc tO Atlara. .Oa.Phonographs otherwise than through his nostrils?

Chicago to destination. with,Steamship: : lines to Japan. China, etc I 11lnate, lenWle Investigation! has revealed Sold and Recommended by ...
-- -- the fact that the number of peapie

SPECIAL RATES I who breathe through: their nostrils THE ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE

Write for Rates and Information.J. I are becoming gradually but surely: few.
$11.95 Atlanta, Ga. and return. /
TiCk-I er in number. The consequence is that --
P. VAN nEXSSELAKR General Agent I ets on sale Sept. 29th and 30th. I
I the nostril decrease in size while It has
i final limit Oct. 7th. Extension lrt t t
124 Peachtree St.. Atlanta. Ga. able to Oct. i2. f been found that the prevailing nose Is

$11.95 Atlanta, Ga.. and return. Tick- quite an-Inferior organ to that of our Florida East Coast Railway.

__ -...'" "."..,. ..'_ .-.-= --.h ets on sale Oct. 9th and 10th, with forefathers. It is a well known.physiological -
final limit Oct..%9th. Extension avail fact that unused muscles and
_. r *
-- ------ able Oct. 30th. bones Fish who
to gradually disappear.

$23.75 Richmond, Va.. and return. Tick- live in the dark, for' Instance or the local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April' 1 16, 1 1"'.

ets on sale Sept. 30th and Oct. let, aon. mole, who resides underground, become -

tiNE with final limit Oct. 8th. blind. Thus if we cease to n eour SOUTB.BOUND-KEAD DOWN NORTH-BOUND-rffiAD UP.
.ATlANTICGOAST $20.70 Memphis Tenn. and return.
noses for breathing thaw will cease .
Tickets on sale Oct. 15th. 16th 17th I to exist. They will become superfiuoua'Pearson' ..... 1 .. I. BTATIOKS. I.HIa4i

and Extension 18th. with available final to limit Nov.Oct.30th.30th. Weekly. % 11y I !.11.1 /aRy .

THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA -r $ 00pm08pBi Slam X. Jacksostffie Ar TtSpm717pm Hite
$21.15 New Orleans, La. and return ..
_'" .
S f 28 m ., '-tiaJacbOIlTW1 r a 47am.8S3pn
Tickets on sale Oct. 12th to 15th. inclusive PILES! Pii.bS i !, PILES t 7 lOpm ,4040unU "c Anrat1n- f UpaaButillJrS. 7 diem

CONNECTIONS with final limit Oct. 30th. i 763pmObpim Item .. .- ..,.. *4pm / 44aa
Dr. Williams Indian Pile Ointmentwill I 11 5a _East:Palatkaa Rpm d slaw
EX'tension available to Nov. 30th. from JlO to $50. Over
TO THK.: Over its own rails to Savahnah, Charleston. RichmondEAST cure blind. bleeding, ulcerated and 1200mUlOya A. Palatka L. 4 6I\s- S Caam
$34.45 Rock Island, Ill. and return. 400 different records In stock, to select Itching piles. It absorbs the tumors T 43pn LY r--- Palatka .r a 45pmtgpn IStempm

and Washington then"ia Pennsylvania Railway. Tickets on sale Oct. 6th. 7th and 8th. from. A. E. Burnett the Jeweler exclusive allays* the itching at once, acts as a Ar- ..,.Sea aeeo'

ALL HAlL with final limit Oct. 16th. agent for Ocala. poultice gives immediate relief. Dr. ...- .. i 15&DI LY "Q Mateo.___..--a- .

TO THE $34.40 Dallas, Texas and return. Tick Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre- Wpim US2plU40pm Lvunuei .. 1 5 4 lOpaa TT5S
Via Montgomery and Louisville & Nashville or via ..._._,._. -
I. ets on sale Oct. 6th with final limit pared for piles and itching of the pri- 14pm48pm Dupoat..r. 422pmHpra: i Mara
WEST I Dixie Flyer" Route and Atlanta. vate parts. Every box Is S 1 ISpmt C _Ormon" i coua
21 days from date of sale. guaranteed.Sold UflJpmlOllpa 4pm .. DaT">W .. 44 Via Savannah end Ocean i $i H\ShipCompany for New $11.95 Atlanta, Ga.. and return. Tickets by Tydings & Co. By mall. 50 186pmIQOpm .._ .Port Orange. .. B fpm 4(7u4U
TO THE {I list and cents and $L Williams Manufacturing IQISplB .tifw 'myrna.-._.._-" a bps &a
sale Oct. 19th. 20th.
I York. Philadelphia ami1 Boston via Norfolk Steamer to New on \ Company, proprietors. Cleveland, U lOaa 4 _Lake Helen .....,....1LY 1 O0pn t Upaa
Oct. 30th. Extension
with final limit -
22nd. rrertcteda : \ Ohio. 1 1 ?Asa 4 sepiaAr """.>.-,Orange CUj 12 Dope Wpa1140aa
EAST I Tork. Washington and Baltimore, 'via Savannah and available to Nov. lath. f OOpra t:=..-Orange'lit J action_ -F_ 1245pm : opa1046pm

I Merchants and Miners Transportation Company for Balt- For further Information and Pull MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS 2 ICpmS40pm: 1:! Iew Em rns- t: =COpm 4 06am
"U 8TIIAIHUP: : I man reservations call city ticket office 11 leper ........Oak urn i .. 40pr S Seas
I I more and Philadelphia. telephone 129.Americans AtEXTREMELY _U lipID S 16pm Ar __Tituavltle __ 2Obp S oc...
11 item kfiOpm nfor 1165amtOpm S
Peninsular LOW RATESSOUTHERN >pa 11loam Lrl... -.. _:anfoMr.; ... 'ki Its 11 Item
Via & Occidental Steamship
Key West are not niggardly but y yay Via 1 61pm 16pm L. TI &nWe_,. .dr 2 Otpm S Earn
and Havana I Company they are wastefuL They throw time U flaw S 61pm eoe.--: .Lv A 24pm 2Bam
it but sands the RY.FROM Max S Mpm422pm : Hockledn : 120pm1247pm 5liar '
away as If were on If S tan Gali1a. -.,,_ 147a
.. ..
shore. 1IaDI 4 K> Xet 12 la1966am :
Route of the celebrated trains New York and Florida Special Florida : SvatNCi JACKSONVILLE 1 Sham lOpra pm .. atbaatsa .. stir. 12 Natat
and West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. I IQuickest Sts T" 5PACItAGEtTHE 48am ( 00pm .. 8L Loei._. .. ( U eoa'
knows the world will 1035. Atlanta. Ga and return. Tick- .. .
The man who t 06&a S Upr -1"0,", Ple"- 10 Siam 11 atprnS
never be bashful and the man who PERFECT CN CANOPYfor ets on sale September 29 and SO; lOam .Epa .._...,....TlbI-l'- .. 10 11 Ispa
Schedules Superior Service.For knows himself will be Impru- wood and Iron toils limit. October 7 extension to Octo- ISStm540ua s 41pm Mea .. 10 Item lll&pm
never and children'scribs ; ..
__ _ _
S 4 pra .,_. ..,.....J lAQxam 11 Wpm
dent. supplied with either bobinet of ber 22. .57p1ll sires' 10 mew U6pmtOpoa
information as to rates schedules etc, consult the Purple Folder plain netting. $20.70 Richmond, Va, and return. 430am TEpm740pm ...._ _ _Bobe Bound_ _ _.-. S Stern 10 lapin
or communicate withJ. tOaD ... .-.westjapiter S Item 10 Obpr
SAVAGES Tickets sale October 1 October
TORTURE BY on limit
For Sal. ; -
by Mciver and MacKay. .. .
kl&UiTS&ua a 15pm4lpm west Palm Beaeh. 0 4iamaoaa S
W. Carr Trav. Pass. Agent J. G. Kirkland. Div. Pass. Agent, 8. .. Seystee__- a 1.lpm10pm

Tampa. Fla. ""Speaking of the torture to which $44.70 San Francisco and Los Angeles, 4iam a sops It.__ DeInT, stun .
fI .
T.- C .'Wb It e. Gen. Pass. Agent W. ;J. Craig Jass. Traffic Manager. I acme of the savage tribes in the Philippines one way (second clan). Ticket on Stern Slops r ort t..derdala_... _".. 7 !I&&ra' 60pm7t
Wilmington.. C.NORTHWESTERN. subject their captives remindsme I RemingtonSholes S slam a 47pm IItuIla 7 liam 1 lOps
: sale daily 15 Octo- -
September to 7 09uI 9 68pm1020pm BaJ1aJI4&1. 706am43am pi
of the Intense suffering< I enduredfor
I i br3L .. ,. S
three months from Inflammation TMaa lO SOpm ;m 1-:0:317. ;, bam U:::
I of the kidneys." says W M. Sherman. $37.00 Washington. D. C. and return. OQaaUKaa tOOpBBaflM
of Gushing Me.. "Nothing helped me : TsyITfa m Tickets on sale daily to September Art u d ILT: U Wpa

CANADA I until I tried Electric Bitters three bot- t u.rntr riot 3C: limit October 3L
tles of which completely cured me-" $46-05 Chicago, III. and return. Tick- Parlor Can on trains B and n. Boat Beeping Can on trains Ii and 1!
Cures liver complaint dyspepsia., blood Tea yean ago was a good typewriterFive ets on sale daily to September 30; {Laity except Sunday

On the Lint of the disorders and malria; and restoresthe years ago wa.a better typewriter limit. October 'Lf54.10.
I weak an nervous to robust health. fat3 tlss.i7uIL10 flwtlrlILl fiat
Today U 0215 .
the beet
typewriter Saratoga N. Y, and return.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. drug-
s.d OBI saveon aucCi.gbh
gists. Price 56c. stir IulstrNap. via New York allowing ten days'stop DaDy gal D fdsat.
CANADIAN RAilWAY I ? O .f over Washington, Baltimore. ar e se.

Nothing is more surely establishedthan TrMIs Philadelphia or New York. Tickets:
/lopI SM S ispi 2O0P,1000s -.Jaeksonvfte.-Ar 70ot aica 1 tPp a S2slt
Offers the Bt''Opportunities the American 1 the fact that we are what,we le akss on sale dally to September 30; limit. IMp SbI f 2op1le8oatJaekwovn .. Lv f5 Sift tit 6 51*
: on think-that we become like our Tn iIsatIrmo October 31. 10 IOpf 7 244 i sopf 2 tOpllo 5.4 Babio Beath e 20.1 a04i 12 f t tip
mu f Eel 245p B141a .,...ALiaatla Bkadh. i 1 al 7 tits ITII S t.5 SSt
Confluent to II thoughts. .......... Many other attractive rates. 45 Slop t Oopl1OGa'Ar, MayportLv 1 float 7 4,.U Kin a t11EINSULLLAND
Talelalerwyaebe. For further Information apply to

DAIRYMEN FAR&e ERS CATTLEMEN Confucius was asked what death := T. K. McCALL. !\ OCCIDENTAL: STEAHSSIP CQXXECI19XS! : AT M1M1. (
3 was. This was his answer: "Tell me City Passenger and Teket-Agont,

J what 1ife,-is and I will tell you what t -. JAMES FREEMAN OM. CrascctkM Made at Mltad wltk StttauUf* .f tie t. 4: 0. S. S. c..,.., Ur
Thousands of Settlers have Located there During the Past death Is, for both are equally mysterious District Passenger Agent.

I ;108 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
Few Years. TOur here'g Room for Thousands More. UIIItsat Phon. 743. Havana and Key _WestTwo

STOP ITI .......
Booklet, ."WESTERN CANADA." Will Give You Wy t.s art man IIsdWDtb s slss.emstbas SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE Sailings Each Week.

A cold lead .is tteIwIen lit row
cough or
may Trains. Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.
Foil Particulars. Sent Free. to serious bronchial or lung troubles.Don't et vaasvabw -.rt te fag eIrr ke ....... Arrival and Departure. of Train at

take chances when Foleys Honey : Seat aa rfeere la the Culled State n Ocala Tfceee Ttae Table skew tie lima et wbleb Belo say be expected t8antTe"sad drpar +
and Tar afford perfect security' ten day test to trove Its npertortty.Beaola turn toe several stations tat their arttral dep.tmmeat the dines mated BatrBaraaiec
LOW RATES FROM ALL POINTS T3 EUROPE from serious< effects of a cold. Sold valuable" typewriter(bent. a handsome sad of Day Trains .et li thii Company to be held neaoaths for deJaygcraay eoaitqaeacqartolat Uiue!,-.

by all dealers.An name of Bearcat represeatattre. tree j Northbound.., ... .......12:57 p. for Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
111)6.. I'e C. K. E. USSHER.. Agent. p.
General Montreal
Passenger! Quebec.E. infallible has REMINCTONSHOLESMajestic
formula of success tn.1 "SEE TUB'TICK T -.
I flight'Trains AGENT. .
V. SKINNER. Assistant Traffic Manager. 1 and 458 Broadway. 2gl never been found. t>r there would be Building Chicagoand 2:10 ... -

Fifth Avenue.. New YorK/x.-:.T, ->-_ _....= .*... p no such. thing as failure in the world. Jackaorrville. Fla. Southbound........ ... .... 2:30 a-m. J.. D.; RAHNER.As Qen'1. Pass. A=t., 5T., AUQUST1NE, FLA*





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{ t OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,190. _" /' ;! "-. _'; .PASETHfifte -:;':?_ ;: _

---- ---
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-- -- f t FOR MAYORHis t'"

friends talk of Mr W. W. Strip- ,
Ellts meet Tuesday night. ling very persistently for mayor. Mr.
SCHOOL DAYS ARE NEAR AT HAND Stripling. will decide In a few days .... 58 PIOf' II!! .JJIfI- "

Beavers: meet this evening whether be win be a candidate or not. 6"j t I

He would make a good mayor. 6 F
See : ..-c..___ :
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday nightMr. 6 1 ''A -
For Boy's School Shoes.Rheinauer' i FAITHFUL: OLD GEORGE '
How 6 u !''t
Hamp Chamber., Jr, Is In Tex&a. Close
5 For Boy's School Suits. "George" the faithful old fire horse 6 t *
J Close- t I I' t t t
Some rare bargains in Havflajid condemned several years ago. and
For Boy's School Pants. china al tbe Poctoffice Drugstore. placed: at the menial and heartrending .., .- t f h) Is I These -
Prepared labor of drawing one of the street : ...
For Boy's School Caps. I It Mr. F* M. Long of Holder was In the carts is back in his old stall at the :4 ---- ; r r 'Iwa

city! yesterday- fire station looking almost ...'well as M eshes"- ; ;. I"E fi r-t
To Fill = t --'l
For Boy's School Waists. I ---- Little
ever, except that he is a: little thin.The ,. ... ,. ":- -
Are. -- -
L s+sa .tt..twa-s.a .w -
The little daughter of IIr and Mrs. poor fellow seems glad to get back. Plgse
YourWants. For Boy's School Blouses. I J J Gerig is quite ill. and knows his duties' Chief Brlgaace -

says, as well as when he Uft. "'Barton.the ." HEAVY WIRES CLOSE MESH. PIG TIGHT. \
For Boy's Pony Hose. Vest and coat pocket electric lights; new horse stuck a nail in his foot -
bottom prices. Young & Cline. and Is temporarily laid up. -

For Girl's School Shoes. Top and bottom bare No. 10 wire Intermediate
galvanized bars
Mr. C. J Roger of Palatka Is at the FOR SALEA ; No. 11, _galvanized

For Girl's School Caps. Ocala House. splendid family horse cheap for wirer; Stays: No. 12, galvanized wire, 12 inches apart. ; .

Fcr Gir 's School Hos Kodak time. We have everything in casn. Address! this office. .;. ...
the Un The
Postofflce Drugstore.
From a private letter we learn that LARGE STOCK, QUICK SHIPMENTS.

J. D. Mallard of Dunnellon was a Dr. and Mrs. EL Van Hood while on
guest of the Ocala House yesterday. their way home from New York were

caught in the fearful gale which The Largest Stock of Light and Heavy
For 200 Pieces r Office supplies of all kinds and swept the Atlantic! coast on last Sunday .
Zephyr blanks a specialty, at the Ocala News Monday and Tuesday, but we are .
Company. happy to say that the Iroquois with : HARDWARE SASH DOOMS All
her 200 passengers"and heavy cargo of ya ,
in Neat Effect .
Ginghams Mr. II. D. Evans of Conant and Mr freight eafely weathered the storm : -

W. A. Baxley of Etna were in the city and arrived. at Charleston Tuesday --- BLINDS FARM MILL AMI
today. evening A* this point Dr. and Mrs. _
Checks and Plaids JOc. I Hood disembarked and went by rail

to Tuscaloosa Ala.. where Mrs. Hood MINERS' SUPPLIES PAINTS -
Don't fall to try the new fancy -
will enter her daughter. :Miss Marguerite y
drinks and ices at tbe Anti-Monopoly: '
Fast Color Percales JOc. Drugstore.: Porter, at Central Female Col 'r t

lege. Miss Bessie Porter and Dr. Hood OILS ETC. EYC.a. .

t 4 Mrs. Arthur Clark who is visiting will return to Ocala Tuesday next. t: __ .

Mrs. Wynn in Valdosta, GSL, will return :. .
Carried, In
home next week. Mr A. El Campbell .who has been .. Central, Florida. -

with Mclver' & MacKay for some time We are Exclusive Agents' for ELLWOOD Fence Also.MARION .
We are headquarters for schoolbooks will go to Dunnellon October 1. to takea

MARION FARMSSTA..E3LES and school supplies of all kinds. position with the Dunnellon Phos-
Ocala News Co. phate Company. Mr. Campbell will
come up occasionally to see his Ocala : H.ARDWARE: CO.

Mrs. L. P. :Miller returned this afternoon friends of whom he has made many.

from South Carolina, where
she has been spending the summer. Mrs. J E. Chace and children and HARRY B. CLARKSON, General Manager. -
(INCORPORATED) Mrs :Nathan Mayo and little son returned -
Have you Catarrh? See W. I* Ditto this afternoon from Seabreeze. = --
for free sample of Dr. Blossei Ca-
GENERAL LIVERY tarrh Cure and get welL Mrs S T. Sistrunk and children and
sister Miss Annie Atkinson will return -

Little Clifton the three-year-old Teun tomorrow. where from have Galbraith been Springs for the Cures Bacfcachai
daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas Sexton they
past six weeks. [ NDNEY Corrects .
is quite ilL ? CURf <
TRAPS, CARRYALLS, Irregularities *
Those who accompanied the body of ..
SADDLE HORSES, ETC Elegant new china closets and buffets -
and china closets combined. Call the late Marshal Keen to Lakeland Do not risk havln=

and see them at McIver & MacKay's.Mr. yesterday were Dr. Lindsay of Ocala cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Bri bt's Disease -Y.
the reach C1f medicine. No medicine
and Mrs. Ben Borden and baby Dunnellon and Frank Holder and can do more or Diabetes

returned today from their vacation Sheriff Gordon of Ocala representingthe SOLD BY ALL DEALERS
spent in Oxford and St. Petersburg. Elks and Masons. Mr. Keen's remains -

HORSES BOARDED BY THE :MONTHA. I were interred this afternoon at

Tickets for Parks Dramatic Company lakeland where his brother and other Inverness is talking of putting an I .

C. COBB General Manager. can be secured at the Ocala' News relatives live. Ice and cold storage plant and a steam .
Co's. store where they can' be reserved. laundry.
At the last ..minute yesterday. Rev. .

Mr. J A. Jordan came up yesterdayfrom w. C. Lindsay yielded to the requestof
Mr. Q. E. Peacock of the Dunnellon
I Tampa where he has been for the Elks, aid accompanied the remains -
Advocate was at the Montezuma last
the past few days on business. of :Mr. H. G. Keen to Lakeland night. OFFER TO ITS READERS

representing the Ocala lodge. Rev. ,
You can get the Atlanta Journal ev- Lindsay! intended going to Gainesville, t
I Mrs. J R. of Dunnellon wasa
COLONISTDAYS ery day and Sunday at Allan Bridges'news but the north bound train was so very Bishop -
guest of the Montezuma last night !
stand for 12 cents a week. late that he decided to go to Lakeland -

ARE HERE AGAINTODAY P.oadmaster J. S. Jolly of Gainesville Walter Betts of Lake City was t
I was a guest of the Montezuma among the Montezuma arrivals last
I II I I Editor F Harris of the Banner night. -
PA- last nightTry
and every day until October 31st the MISSOURI returned and Editor C. L.

CIFIC RAILWAY and IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE will sell cheap I the 1 r Bittinger of the Star returned today. J. A. McCormick of Port Inglis was
Victor single cone steel
from Punta Gorda and the wilds of
at the Montezuma last nightDr.
Tickets OREGON and NORTHWEST. tempered !springs fully guaranteed to
Colonist to CALIFORNIA. Lake Okeeebobee, where they went
last a lifetime at McIver & MacKays.
Choice of two routes to CALIFORNIA. One through SAINT I with the governor to drain the Ever- J. B. Wilcox of Gainesville was

LOUIS. KANSAS CITY, SCENIC COLORADO and SALT LAKE Mr. C. V. :Miller was in lakeland 1 glades. I in the city last night
yesterday looking after turpentine interests I
CITY. The other via MEMPHIS and EL PASO. TEXAS.Liberal Mrs. Clarence Camp. and children D. J. Atkins of Cure .spent last
I returned yesterday from Roanoke Va.: night at the Montezuma.
of five California Tickets and -,
stopovers days on ten where they have been visiting for the I
Straw hat cleaner; enough in 25
day on Northwest Tickets.No cent package to keep your hat nice and past two months. :Mr. Camp who Bamboo and grass screens work
clean all summer Tydinga & Co. has been with them for some time accompanied boxes nat and skirt boxes etc!, the
changes. Through Sleeping every day. I
phone No. 30. them home. prettiest of the ne.w furniture novel-
ties. to be bad only at Mclver & Mac-

HOME SEEKERS ( XCURSI+,NS Mrs. F. B. Beckham and'three children While in Lakeland yesterday, walt- Kay's.

will return today or tonight from I for a train to return home we had the
Inebriety ad the EaU.. ( T" C.
of Albertus
Frederick's Hall. Va. where they have ; pleasure: meeting Vogt.
TERRITORY AND MEXICO. been for the past three months who has relinquished his residence in There Is but one sure dire for the
I Bartow where he ran the best hotelin drinking disease or habit. and that lathe

30 Days Limit Will be Allowed on These A beautiful new line of oak and ma- the town and is now domiciled at I'' simplest of alL The cure consists
hogany music cabinets. In the newest the Tremont House Lakeland and I In eating fruits. That will cure the .t
Tickets 'Which be So d
Will on designs, on display at :McIver & Mac-. I giving all of his time to prospecting worst case of Inebriety that ever af-

SEPT. 4 and 18. OCT. 2 and 16. Kays. : for new turpentine lands. He said his I Cicted a person. It will entirely destroy -
partners were .Mr. Drane of Lakeland I
Mr. and Mrs N; J Wicker and the taste for intoxicants and will
LIBERAL STOPOVERS and Frank Teague of Ocala and that
daughter of Coleman are visiting :Mr. make the drunkard return to the
they have several big propositions on i
Go See the New Country. Wicker's sister. Mrs. J. A. Walters for the carpet. | thoughts and tastes of bis childhood.
IL few days.If | No person ever saw a man or woman.:
Free Literature Mailed on Request.
FOR RENT-The first floor of a who liked fruit and who had an ap-
I. E. REHLANDER, you want a phonograph absolutely good residence In the second ward, petite for drink. No person ever sawa
free read the Star's free phono- GRADE PRACTICALLY FREE
Traveling Passenger Agent, graph offer and supply your home city and well water. Apply at this man or woman with an appetite for
with one. office. drink-who liked fruit. The two tastes

Chattanooga, Tenn. are at deadly enmity with each other. The Star has the pleasure of announcing that it has
Mr. and Mrs. W. D:Graham will arrive !fr. }t. V. Wheeler left today for his and there is no room for both of themIn
tomorrow from Ashevllle. N. C.. former home In Alexandria Tenn, the same human constitution. One just completed a special agreement with the Edwin A. - again take up their residence in ing where that he his was mother called: by was telegram very ilL stat-We will surely destroy the other.-What to Denham Co., of London, Berlin and New York, under ,, "
trust Mr. Wheeler will find his mother Eat I which for a Limited Time Only the Star is enabled to present
A special bargain in box paper for much improved upon his arrivaL Mr.
the month of September-Whiting's- I. C. Wheeler another son is out of Old Saying With few H.aalag.The to its subscribers a $7 Denham Phonograph with
at 35. 50 and 75 cents. Tydings & Co, the city. saying "Cast not a clout till
\v\v\\\3dKXd phone :No. 30. May be out" has been understood to nickeled brass horn, complete, as shown in .the illustration '

A white man was fined $a and costs be a cautiou against laying aside wIn- -
Mrs Geo C. Crom and children arrived This offer is made to new subscribers as well as to old.
until the of .
Ip the mayors court this morning for ter clothing month May
this afternoon from Saluda N.
: I being: drunk and disorderly. He slashed I has ended. A correspondent of Lou-
c.. where they have been spending! the ones.If
CASTOR IA summer. a companion with a knife last night don Notes and Queries says that anold you are already a subscriber, renew'your subscription
and was turned over to the county gardener he knows: gives a differ
this offense. for two months and receive without the
for charge certificate
A coupon with every 10 cent purchase ent turn to the proverb affirming; that _
at the Ocala News Co., that after the may bas come into bloom the
The Ocala News Company is openingan entitling you to Phonograph.The .
Il \ puts you in line for a piece of bond-: there Is never "any further danger of -
painted china. elegant advance line of holiday chi-
nfc in all of the most beautiful domestic frost and the saying Is really a eau Phonograph may be seen atthe store'of the Ocala

The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been Mr Jack Camp leaves tonight for and imported goods. The line Is tion against throwing aside extra garments Furniture Companv the well known Phonograph dealersof

in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of Suffolk. Va, to spend a few days with I the largest, the most expensive and I not until the month has come to ,

and has been made under his! personal his family, and will return home with the best selection they have ever carried an end, but until the may bit out In this city. ,

them next Friday.WANTEDThis blossom. '
., supervision since its infancy. I When you sign the subscription form! -you receive a _
Allow no one to deceit you in this. office will very The man who buys' too many extras A Harrffele C.. ...

All Counterfeits, Imitations and"Just-as-good"are but much appreciate the loan of the Amer- may some day be obligedto sell his Writing from Abyssinia. a. correspondent Phonograph Certificate. Present = this certificate at the -

Experiments that trifle 'With and endanger the health of ican Magazine (Frank Leslie's) for absolute necessities.D. says: -Quaint customs prevail Ocala Furniture Company's store and they will deliver thePhonograph -- <-

Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. June. The edition is exhausted. I in these parts. When a father Is -

W Davis. who has been adjusting getting .on In years the son bids. him. to you you agreeing to buy at your conven* .
Mr D. M. Barco and family have insurance losses in South Florida -,
What CASTORIACastoria moved to \\eklwa Springs. where they returned home today. It climb: Into a tree and jump down from fence a few records to play on the machine. You will need
is the branches. If the old man staggers
will of hotel for
take charge the several -
months. Palmer's Lotion Soap'for eruptions ten' lauding the son spears him on the records at any rate and the Ocala Furniture compaaY:"has i:;

is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare anl: skin diseases at tbe Postoffice +| spot; his usefulness U over"
and mould
a complete up-to-date stock of the best gold
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It You get your money's worth at the Drugstore ii'

contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Ocala News Company, and a coupon and children of | Corrwt. records at the regular prices i. e:, 25c. for Columbia records;
for a $:5 piece of hand-painted chi- Mrs. Frank Lytle The New Waitress-Shall I "Dla-
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms na. You chin see it in the window. Stanton hare moved to the city and .j ner Is served" or "Dinner Is say ready" and 35c. for Edison records. The Denham Pfcoaograpfeplays
and allays Fererishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind are occupying their residence in the
Mr. Hester. formerly with the Ocala ma'am MIerress-If that cook doesn't both kinds. You have to to buy 15 .reo-
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand second ward. The children will attend only agree ;,
I do better just "Dinner Is
foundry but now a sawmill man at !schooL any say : -
Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Lady Lake came up this afternoon on I spoiled."-Harper's BazarTon ords. And you need not buy them fa.stertban one a week i.t

f Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. business. Mr M. J Thompson manager for t if don't : -1f
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. t Warren and Thompson naval stores N eow'Ye.II _
The "old time out of date genuine operators, was in the city last night I don't even dress me decently. You are not'required to pay your subscription in advance +
stuff- nator.- Look for this a guest of the MontezumaThere II she cried "I'm going borne to papa.** t'

CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSctiliture gare brand are when not you what feel 1 they like used Havana to beMiss ci--" -All right." replied Doolita. out except $1 for the first two months. And yon pay

were twenty-two arrivals at might say to him also that I need a absolutely nothing whatever for the Phonograph except a \.
of the Ocala House yesterday .
Fannie Clark and Miss Pansy t new suit myself. -
Pouter who for a week have been the charge of not more than $1 to cover express rges from
guests of Mr and :Mrs. Chambll at W E. Gullett of Jacksonville was at :.
Tart.. I I ?
the Ocala House yesterday factory and cost of packing. -
Woodman returned home today.
p-- t Stella-He told me 1 looked sweet

Rat wheat 10 cents, wall surely kill H. C. Abrams of Atlanta was at enough:: to eat I I The Denham Phonograph plays the same records as the

mice and rats. All other kinds keptin the Ocala House last night. Bella He doubtless meant.l'oa were : $30 machines, and plays them just as clearly and'as loudly.
well pre8e'ned.-Xew York Sun
tock also Tydings & Co. phone I
:No. 30. I Mr. H. P. Brown of Summerfield was j t But if you want a larger Phonograph: at any time, the
The Kind You Have a gut of the Montezuma yesterday Alfred de lIW1 Jet once said. "None
1I -
Always BoughtIn Mr. J C. Moody of Jasper was In the laugh better and oftener than a woman i Ocala Furniture Company will be glad to allow you $4 *

city last night a guest of the Ocala W. A. Carter of Gainesville was a with fine teeth." f .Denham if in good order.
Use For Over 30 Years. Hou-. :Mr. :Moody went to Atlanta guest of the Montezuma yesterday. for your Phonograph, .
today to consult a physician. n't.wait for the
of this offer D
e.t C&IITa.._......R_....""'Cn'.atr_e.ra late this afternoon
Hndnots. Rogers. Gallets. Colgatesand Word that Mr. and ilrs. J. J was Gerig's received -! Arrival and Departure of Trains at, Star's solicitor to call, as this remarkable offer, a$7 Pko K,--; < L".
other fine Ocala ."- "
toilet .
many waters :: ;
much better.
little daughter was :
perfumes and soaps. Bath waters a graph FREE, m&y be withdrawn at any time. y : -
specialty A full line of :Nadinola Day Trains
goods. Tydings & Co. phone No. 30. Mr. George McLean of Conant spent Northbound. h. ...... .12.57 ... m. Why not call at the Ocala Furniture Company's store i; }oi .
last night in the city. Southbound... .<.. ........ %:%0 p. m. c. -; -
fOLEYSIIONIYA.'mTAR FOLEYSKlBNIYCDMMane Mrs. Lee Miller went to tultJakeyesterday Night Trains .. today and sign the subscription form there :and get > :: .

to visit Mr. and Mrs. Cham- Dr. B. F. Lisk of*Conner Is a guestof t Northbound...... ..... .. %:11 a. m. -

/ s4Udreal a fe,._. To opiate Mane KiUM/s a.d Bladder Right. bliss. Mr. Miller followed today. the :Montezuma. -'- Southbound........ ... .... ::11) a. m. Phonograph? ;" "o. ; ft P''J ."

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Volume 12 Number 10 > OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY:: JUNE 21, 1906 \ Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

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i >'I I OtFJFt: BANK
No. 15 : '
Estimates Its Income and Expenses for From Good Roads Which Are Necessary ,

PINEAPPLE CHEESE the Ensuing Year, and FiguresOut NSW, to Drainage, Which Was born while Ocala was busted and banklesa. It ,

MANGO-PICKLES- $140 to the Good And Get Our Prices on Electric Wiring, Fans May Never be Needed grew because it_ filled a pressing need. It thrives.

Ocala, Fla- June IS. 1906. because itis conducted for the good of others as wellas

SWEET PICKLE PEACHES The Board of Public Instruction In and Fixtures.We (Jacksonville Mt>tropo1 s.) its '

and for Marion county. Florida met At the session of the legislature in owners,

! BREAKFAST WHEATA this the 18th day of June. 1906. In 90S a bill was passed which If its

FRESH SUPPLY OF FANCY special session the expanse for the of purpose operating of the estimating are also prepared to build and repair the provisions trustees had of been the International complied with Improvement by;- MUNROE: .& CHAMBLISS,

schools f t the county for the term of Fund would have resulted, < ..

VV CAKES I 1906-97/ and making appropriations for Telephone Lines and Motors, and do Gen- ears the Gainesville'Sun in the con- BANKERS, ;- -

each and every school in the county. traction of not less than SOtrmlles! of ..
SIMON PURE LEAF LARD to begin the appointment of teachers eral Work. hard roads'in the various counties of Ocala, .. -- Florida.
-- and to transact such other business. as Repair this state. Instead of complying, with

AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY. might come before it. this statute however, the trustees ,are
G. S. Scott Chairman: B. R. Blitch I diverting the fund to preparing to
V and J. S Grantham were pre, nt Shop and Sale Rooms Opposite the Postoffice Drugstore drain the Everglades
.... .... .... ...
Each school taken and after That
was up I statute was a. Senate bill, introduced -
considering enrollment and average May 23. 190X by Senator Pea

OCALA FURNITURE I attendance of last term and thepresent THE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. (cock of the seventeenth district but CAPITAL SSO.OOO '
condition! of the schools, the no references to it will be found In the
salaries for the following school were Index to the Senate JournaL It pased -> .TtlE'
Personal Service Anywhere Any Time .
,I reduced per month as stated below: Phone 15. B. W. MacDONALD Manager. the Senate June 1, the vote in detail, CENTRAL NATIONAL BANKV V V
and When Needed Tiiiok Pond. |10; Candltr. $5; Electra, being as follows: Ayes-the president

i ISf.i : Llnadale. $5; Cotton Plant $a; ShtInh (Ion.[ Frank Adams). Messrs.. Blitch OF O CALA V
-- Th Question of Embalming and Funeral i $5: Fort McCoy. $3; ; GrahamvmeI[ ----'----- Butler, Carson.. Crewr, Dimick Faulkner -

J5; Eaton Creek, }5;, and l I I levy for school purposes for the scholaatic the ends of two rails to the Glllen. Harris:: Kirk. McCaskiH Y ,:
Directing < a Delicate One see i Will meet with such a spirit of liberality
schools Tabor
colored Mt $5 i : Elm- year of 190 and 1907. MoCreaiT, Palmer Peacock. Stockton you
I train smash it aa it had smashed nails
wood. $5; Wesley Chapel. $5: Hog The superintendent was authorized and Williams-16. Nays-Messrs. business dealings that
Would not it be Best for Ton to En- I and penniesThe J you will forget that "Corpora-
Pond. $5; St. Peters. $5 Magnolia $;r;; to re-number the schools of the county girl win. not be arrested, the mount, Brown. Crill NeeL Raney.
trust this Question! to Those who Appre- Mt Pejier) $5. Stanton $5. ao thai one school will not have railroad officials are satisfied that as It louse; Santa Wilson (Seventh), and tion Have no Souls:' V !
The following schools were Increased one number' as a school and another Wilson (Fourth)-*. The bill passed
ciate It's Delicacy, and Whose Knowledge rr month as follows Ocala. $35. 'Mc- number as a district, which ia now the was a childish prank.A the House :June 4th without a dissentIng 1 Your:money with us when you DOJT'T need it; our -

Intosh. $20. to be applied to salary of case in most of the district schools. \oteIt appears on the statute
is of the Highest Standard extra teacher; Fanttille. $.; Martel, The appointment of teachers was LESSON IN' HEALTH book to have been approved by the y money with you when you DO need t. .

Capulet $10; Pedro. $5; Hurricane taken up and most of those already ---..-.-- governor (Jennings) June 8th. after the !
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE Ia.n $5; Anthony $:9; Eureka $5; I recommended and a few others were Healthy kidneys filter the imprities final adjournment, and is as follows: Central National. Bank of Ocala. "t'

PROMPT ATTENTION Mouocl, $s; Greenwood, $5, and appointed but no many requests from from the blood and unless they do this "Chapter 5245:! -No. 140. .t "
th> foltc:,:Ing colored schools: Howa I l supervisors to wait on their recommendations good health is impossible. Foley's "An act providing: for the building of O- .O--O-O-

Day Phone !Ko. 10. Night 94 and 167? I :-"!? Made ny $10; Fessend@n Academy were before the board that Kidney Cure makes sound' kidneys and county hard roads and providing appropriations -
$!:;. Welunipka $5; Pine Grove $5.: further appointments were postponed will, positively cure all forms of kid therefor.Be .

SMITH &: HUBERTS. Ocala, Fla Prfiett.l $5: Christian, $5.: :}It. Olive !I until the first Monday In July at ney and bladder disease. It strengthens It enacted by .the Legislature of

$5The 1 I which time all places will be filled by the whole system. Sold by all the State of Florida; :

establishment of the school at I!the board unless by special request to dealers. ,1,1J 1 I "Section 1. All moneys now In the

HOW IS IT- DONE? I Lowell was granted and salary fixed 'wait on the action of the trustees or I international Improvement Fund after
at $35 per month; and $100 per month :patrorsV. D. Carn. Secretary. SARAH FELT FAT* AND SASSY I the payment of all legal obligations
I appropriated for Reddlck and two I ,_ against said moneys shall be placed by

/ It would seem I teachers granted. I, THE TEXAS WONDER Before she! sailed jfor France the I the trustees of the Internal Improvement -

: lTnder agreement fur the Lake Kerr : t other day Mine Sarah Bernhardt said Fund with the state treasurer,
to he donebv '
df; ( I'.r" "Williamson schoolnot to run last :Cures all kidney bladder and rheuiiutic that she had enjoj'ed1 her tour of tho f who should thereupon place the same

-'-.( magic. The term, the superintendent was instructed : troubles. Sold by all druggists, United States Immensely, and that to the credit of the several counties ofthe I
to ascertain if they will have schol-i or two month's treatment' by mail for playIng In tents and skating rinks had state according to the assessed val-
.6Z lV human voicej' for : $1. Dr. E. W. Halt 2926 Olive street' ation of the property in the several
ars enough a school and If they testimonials. caused her to take oj+ flesh. The receipts -
St. tnuis Mo Send for
coming from.a I I have to send a good teacher at $40 per Sold In Ocala by. the Anti-Monopoly of the tour it'was stated had counties at the time of the transfer

wooden box month. Drugstore.______________ been J600.000.That is! quite enough to for the purpose of constructing hard'
roads In such counties.
The salaries for all other schools make anybody feel good and take on
withal! its well were left the same as last:! year. A PLAYFUL CHILD flesh. Sec. 2. All lan* granted to the ..
V t The regular county term was then state of Florida: by the United States,
.. '-l t b known tones I under the act of Congress'-1850.
fixed at five month The
I. ri superintendent Little Alice Kyle. daughter of a A man who is In perfect health so
and its miii'ic. was instructed to notify all known as the 'swamp 'and overflowedact
farmer residing: between Macksburgand h<> can do an honest day's work when I
A white schools that any school that will / for internal lmpr.oveipnts.; shall,II
Ohio. has"confesSf'd
: ThePHONOGRAPH Elba. to havIng necessary has much for which he
be sold by the trustees of the Internal -;I
y pay for one-half month longer. either<
caused the reclf"of the Penaylvania should be thankful. Mr. I* C. Rogers,
from district funds or by private subscription \ Improvement Fund at such times!
Flyer near the latter town on of Branchtown. Pa. writes that he was
< that the county will for I and u der'sucb conditions as said trustees -:
fr pay
Thursday -light, in which two passen- not only unable to work but could
'* -:: is now too well one-half month longer" thereby making ger coaches were overturned and the not stoop over to tie his shoes. Six may determine, the proceeds:
therefrom shall be by them deposited: !
five and one-half months from the
,r.-_ engine tender and mall car hurled bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure mad/
J known to needdescription county. Under circumstances will with the state treasurer and by him I "
\\t = J no down the embankmentThe new man of him. He says: "Success
1"::: laced to the credit of said county :
the board for but five months i
:: but pay girl, p ho is 12 years old says to Foley's Kidney Cfire." Sold by all THE MONTEZUMR
.rw: road fund as provided in the foregoing -
\ should the school succeed In gettingthe j that she wedged a rail bolt between dealers. -
.t" the( pleasure of two months state extension.The S(>Ctlan. Provided that nothing
above increases and decreases herein shall be so construed as to prevent -I
'J. pos;>es-sing one are based on salaries paid from the the,payment In lands by the said i

is not Known I county funds and not upon district. trustees of the Internal Improvement LEASED FORT N YEARS t
Fund of all legal obligations now existing -
'(:.:: .4 to funds. HEWITT' V & V BRIDGES against said fund... -
I' After summing up the total salariesfor j Best Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Dato
"Sec 1All appropriated to
AVe moneys
everyone.1 I the term it was found that it will i
require $29,500 to salaries from the several counties as'provided in the Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to Eat
pay .
*-91 ', the county funds. I The Most Complete Line of the Best Known and Popular receding sections! shall be paid to the '1"
treasurer of such county the requisition -
graph. Fullassortment upon
jt The following appropriations were Brands of
Cigars '
of the commissioners
{( > of I' then made for repairs, furniture and county V. J. SKCPMAj PROPRIETOR.
.-.yf ; of r said county conditioned upon its ,
new buildings:
records ai ways on hand. Your Ocala-Repairs, $100,' and 50 new toeing used exclusively for building and I ...
I DELICIOUS ICE OKEAtf FRESH CANDIESAnd constructing a system of hard surfaced'
hours seats .
can be made 'I.
: roads; said requisition shall be accompanied -
instructive and entertaining .: McIntosh-SlOG. for new colored All Flavors bi certificate under seal of I
very building. ConfectionsPure THE OCKLAWAHA INN
he clerk: of the circuit court that the I
with Weir" Park-$250 for new building, '
a Phonograph. and
county commissioners make such application -
provided the.district will pay the same
All the Late solely for the purpose of -
amount. FOUNTAIN DRINKS building hard macadamized or other .- I A Pleasant, Homelike House
l I Belle>lew-$100 for new colored
\ l \ building, provided district will pay the All Kinds MAGAZINES AND PAPERS hard surfaced roads. e ;
I same amount, and that the colored clt- "Sec. 4. This act shall take effect a at. [ p, Elegant, Airy Rooms and the
Immediately upon its passage and approval -
liens collect and turn over to the county -
by the governor."Approved Choicest Table Board.
superintendent. $100, making the Is Next Mnnroe & 8 1903.: very
building cost $300. rhe Place to Chambliss in the June .

Fellowship-$50: to extend primary Postoffice Block. Special Rates in Summer toy

room. IT. SHOULD. TURN r ...:
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Charter Oak $50 to cell house. OUT SILVER TONESA yVeek1Yand Monthly Board- -_jj :
1A1ASA P Fort King-$30 to ceil house. -
Electra-30 seats. local firm In Cincinnati is making. ers." :
for :Mrs. Nicholas longworth a gold
:Marshville-$30 to secure water.
decorated that will lcost"her
Heldtvllle-$25 to secure water 4 MRS. HATCHELL,
husband $10,000. He ordered the instrument -
Fort McCoy-$75 to ceil house. : .
17re for his wife several months
I p't Candler 30 feet of blackboard. r rJ { Proprietress
ago. It is to be ready for shipmentIn ehVViowL
Fessenden Academy-23 desks.
August so that it can be Installedin '*
Montague-$65 to rebuild hou e, < OCALA .' FLORIDA
the Washington residence of Mr. .
Hog Pond-$H to build cistern.
and Mrs. Longworth before'they return -
Hurricane Pond-$13 for ump and -
is from Europe ----- -- --- -- ----- -- --
piping The case.\.beautifully inlaid In native .
the r1d II &rtpwsmrs
fII Caplet-r'for pump and piping for I
hardwood Is to ,be ornamented with
Ming cistern.
Iug gold from castors to top cover.
The board then estimated that the

It does this in a natural wy. It school fund will receive the following r !

is not a cosmetic or artuicoi skin amounts for next term: A HAPPY MOTHER others

It clean the From C mlH-flchool levy.. . .$!3OOO Will .see that her baby Is properly
tenting. simply pore From: back, taxes. ..... .. . 800 cared: for-to do'this a good purgative Look out'" for ChilclreJ:1''s
gives the blood free circulation, From polls of 1906... .. .. ,400 Is necessary. Many babies" suffer from your :

removes all wrinkles and insures From back polls. ",, .. 400 worms and their mothers' don't know Health while they are young.
clear, he"'bhjr, well groomed atin. From redemption of land 1.100From it It your baby Is feverish and does

Its frequent use from HOW will 1 mill'apportionment .. ',000 not sleep at night It Is troubled with
from Interest on state funds. 1.100Total. ( worms. White's Cream Vermifuge

keep you young looking and good .. .. .... . .U6OOOT I .r.t.t will clean out those worms in a mild p
looking. Joe and |l.oo per jar. were .. r pleasant way. Onces tried always need. 1 .
following appropriations
e rv f lsn Give It a trial. Price 15 cents.. Sol3 ULk :
Call at our store made 1 .
.. .$29,500! by the AntiMonopolyDrugstore.A
for satttftt Salaries of teachers." .- cr- :i "
t tA
Commission to treasurer 1.POO 1 ..
;:r'" A 0..&:. .-A R.M.-_
Anti.MonopolyTHE Salary of superintendent. .. I.!00 FEATHERED QUADRUPED

School board expenses. . 325 Prof. W S. Campbell the superin- is a medicine for children. It keeps their liver activein

Postage. .. .. .: ..: .... 60 tendent of the Indian school at Pipe- a mild gentle manner you-iriH.see a liealihy ,color appearon
;! Drugstore Printing..k ... ...fc.-- .. 150 stone* Mlnru. was talking about the their_ cheeks, and illness for them will be t;thing the past.

Interest ..... ... ... 'r,.. .. ,. GOO examinations which, at this season,
buildingsandfurniture. ,rack and harass the breasts of the A Positive Cure .
young ot America says the Minneapolis -

Conveying pupils... ..... ..... *25 JournaL COXSTIPATIOV, CHILLS AND ,

Office' help ..... :.. ... __... 100 "The stoical young Indian no less 4 FOR .F-GVER.IKAI.ARIA. DYSPEPSIA ...

Miscellaneous. .. ... .... ... ., 300 than the emotional young paleface is _' BILIOUSNESS AND ALL
Total... .... ..... ... ...$35,860 Full Line of Men's and Bays' Clothing. Shoes Hats and Furnishing of All ",-ued.- said Prof. Campbell "at the : '(
I June examinations coming: And in ES. .-
The superintendent was authorizedto Kinds, at the Very Lowest Cash Prices .
examination he. like the rest of the Juvenile : ; :
buy a typewriter for his office. Mrs. J. Hopkins, Manchester -
v: + ;, world a great many odd
esti: makes
of J.
T. Ellison supervisor
Mr. R. E. mistakes. Kan. writes: "I
the Ebewzer school appeared before have used Herbine for
lna recent examination -
"At Flpestone
the board In defense of certain charges better
in etymology, ;. teacher"said to a : J ehlllaaodfever -
him as supervisor by II -
made against ,headache, / -
of the school at the last HOTEL WINDLE lad bil childV
the patrons bUlaUllJJ.e6Boetc.M3" -
E. Street
After consid- 15,17,19 Forsyth Black Eagle. what is a- quadru- V
regular board meeting. V ren are never elck. I will .
ering the charges and Mr. Ellison' de- pear use it always."
"*A thlng with four legs.* the boy n -
fense the following resolution was New and First-Class all ,!i PRICE 50c. '
V -- in answered promptly. 1 I \V _
spprr+6! adopted "Good,"' said the leaeher, 'And are _
Ste T"" kPacwtG5, Resolved. That while the charges r :: : Appointments there any feathered quadrupeds, ,
preferred against R. E. T. Ellison are V *
PERFECTION CANOPY "Tea, was the reply. .. lleBt 1Ca
insufficient to authorize this board toremove tl. < American Plan _.00 to
"Oh. there are there! laughed
for wood and iron beds and ch ldren'aupplled f are
him of : North Second St.
j from the supeviaorship 200-502 ,
te teacher. cll. name one.--
cribs with either bobinct o .50
$ day.
Ebenezer school. No. 15. per
we recommend -
plain netting. For sale' by McIver &: "'A feather bed,' said the boy "'" ST. LOUIS 'MO.
that the Interest of said school fII European Plan, Rooms,one
MacKay. requires a change of supervisor, and ti ;
upon the tendering of his resignation. }1 11 person, 75c. per day and THERE ARE FEW

OCALA PRESSING< CLUB we will appoint one to fill his place. xL up. Special weekly l rates. People who know how to take care of .... F
Resolved further That we do Hot tit themselves-the majority do not. The

J. F. WILLIAMSON Prop. think it wise to appoint; any of the k -- '_= Center of City. 'Near all liver is a. most Important organ in the Sold and Recommended by

signers of said complaints against said Car Lines. Open all the body. Ilex ine will keep it in condition .
V. C. Simpkins Alba Texas .
R. E. T. Ellison. fir} -
We Make Specialty of Ladies' Skirt
a Year Rooms with Bath
Resolved further -That V the superintendent writes: "I have used Herbine for The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore .
of All Kinds of public Instruction is In = = Extra Charge. chills and fever and find It the best ;.

Rates Reasonable-All Goods Presse strutted to ascertain and recommend medicine I ever' used. X would not be -, -. ---- ,

and Cleaned on Short Notice and Delivered ., for appointment a proper person to without 1C It is as good for'children
Promptly. serve' as supervisor C. B. SMITH, Proprietor, Jacksonville, Florida. aa Itb for -grown people and I recommend fOLmIi01mYA.1U>TAR r n 5KI1KIY<<>>II =. -
It. Ii is fine for la grippe. .
It ordered that the county commissioners I '
'PHONE 167 was be asked to make I 'mill Bus from Depot and Steam Ships. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. i ,-ddl4re. sa t.carss: .eves llakea IDdasys sad Bladflr HIIM,$. -= ...#


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The afternoon session of the League SPECIALS for NETCommdllcillg TOK

C. L BITTINGER & CO. and Conference scripture began quotations.The with ringing. ; prayer ,

C. L Bitttngtr and: R. R. Carroll Ocala's Foremost following were beard In wordsof .' .,..'

Proprietors and Publisher [ greeting:
Rev. L. W. Moore greeted the delegates -

C. U BITTINGER Store of the conference, expressing .
Department nope that the occasion will be blessed
June 25
Editor and General Manager Lo all Monday

Mr. E. S. Uphara of South Lake ,
R. R. CARROLL. Weir, spoke words of fraternal greeting ,
from the Christian Endetvor Society -
City Editor and Business Manager. '

HAND BAGS AND PURSES I Miss Mcholls. of Georgia. In very

PAYING THE PIPER appropriate words and beautiful style

Those who dance should pay the extended greetings from the Leaguesof At the Boston Storec

piper, and< we think It clear that the Special sale for ten days of these goods the South Georgia Conference.
people who are to be benefited by the The reports from the district secretaries -
drainage of the Everglade should be and local chapters were then
made to bear the coal of reclamation. and we will place on sale the entire stockat resumed Several chapters were heard

Aa the ease now stands, the special IB person and by letter.
drainage tax assessed only upon a greatly reduced prices. The styles are Evening Session
certain portion of the state. whereaa. The evening session began,with song!

one-half If this Everglades the value it proposition is said to be be by of [new and nobby. The sale of these goods .service The singing. led by was the conducted Ocala League with choir.ep'rit Silks Voiles I

Its superheated advocates the reclamation And energy, and prepared the body _: -s

of these swamp and overflowed [this season has been phenomenal, owicg of delegates for hearty son! service.Rev .
lands" will prove of so much benefit to J. L. Moon read In a very Impressive

distribution the people at of large the burden a* to: of justify taxation the Ito their extreme popularity. If you are Peter which manner was the followed first chapter by prayer of, Assorted colors, real'valae 50 and 65c a Assorted colors, 4 1.25 and $.50. values,

clear throughout, we think the that entire If this not It done Is in need of a handsome Bag or Purse it led A by most Rev excellent T J. Nixon.paper.J'be Hopeof yard, to go at to go at !' ':'. '

Our County: Christian Citizenship
the reclaimed lands themselves shouldbe

But made what to pay is that the cost cost of likely be? !will certainly pay you to look here first. was Live read Oak. by The Mrs.excellency Jesse S._of White this paper of- 29e a yard 79c a ,yard--: '< '::

I consisted not only In its'literary
Does Governor Broward-do any of
those Illustrious statesmen who are associated merit but in its fitness to the present
with him in this stupendous I time.
undertaking-have any clear idea of I H. B. MASTERS. The Leaguer as a Friend," was discussed -

what the reclamation of these landsis I by Rev L. D. Lowe, of Miami. Paris Lawn Ribbons "
This question was handled in a most : T
the likely tax payers to mean of in Florida dollars*and If cents they do to I, practical and masterly way. The lead- : :

that is 'c .
ing thought was friendship .
they have carefully concealed the fact!
from the people of the state. If,they: Office of the Railroad Commissioners WEATHER FORECAST first necessary In order to fellowship. -
nave-as they claim-accurate scientific of the State of Florida Tallahassee. life This of was Christ beautifully illustrated .in the White, 35 anct40c values, AH widths. shades and colors at pricescan't ih t"

Information as to the feasibilityof Florida. Washington, June 2L-Fair tonight to at. .: -
"League Oppositions External and go
the scheme from a mechanical pointof Seaboard Air Line Railway? and Friday.
Internal was very beautifully and 'x be toadied by C >mpeU17c
view the fact has not yet been demonstrated You notified that the McDowell any !
are hereby - -- ---
forcefully handler by Rev R. L. Honi-
Crate and Lumber Company .
As a matter of fact we do not believe a corporation doing business In Marion POOR EYESIGHTIS ker and R v J. E. .MictJer. a yard tor in this State.Ladies' .

that Governor Broward and his county state of Florida, has com- A GREAT AFFLICTION The Thursday services Morning
conducted ,
opening were
friends have clear Idea as to the --
any plained to the railroad commissionersof '
ReJ. M. Glazier, who. !
by ma< e
number of cubic of earth
yards and Florida and preferred charges PERFECT VISIONIS
some very appropriate and forceful remarks -
rock that must be excavated in orderto
that have by officers
against you. you your A CONSTANT DELIGHT on the social side of man's nature Muslin Underwear Skirts Shirtwaists of
make "the beginning" from Lake agents and employes violater and its consequent power in every .
Okeecbobee to New River of which so and disregarded the provisions of
much is heard. And we furthermore Chapter 4700 of the Laws of Florida ONCE could see, reaching men. also hrildren' Dresses 50c the
Mrs A. L. Chandler state treasurer description, s must goat on
belIeve that when "the true inward-
and Rule numbered three of the "Rules but now I can- of the League made her whichwas
near of the situation Is brought to Governing the Transportation of report
light it will be found that the surplus Freight" provided and prescribed by not. and special an encouraging work. exhibit of state dollar. The above line consists of manufacturers'_ samples.

funds at the disposition of thestate the railroad commissioners of the state

might more profitably be expended of Florida on July 1. UO and pub- overworked.\Vhat of Tampa Rev. Joseph addressed Xorwoodof the conference, Thor in City the All new and up-to-date goods. Yours for bargains,
the construction of a
upon good roads as lished in a pamphlet entitled "Classifi story .
interest of the Cuban work. and com-
was originally contemplated. cation No. 2 of the Railroad Commission -
suffering mended it to the liberality of the
State of Florida, and Rules and
Leaguers ,)f ,the ftate. In connectionwith
WORRY WEARS YOU OUT Regulations Governing the Transpor- and neglect your eyes would the
speaker's' remarks two little
There is no need worrying: along in tation of Freight! on the Railroads and tell if they could talk. How Cuban boys appeared upon the plat- The Boston Store
discomfort because of a disordered digestion. Common Carriers Doing Business in
for the form and sang! In the smoothest notes
they help at bright
Get a bottle of Kodol for dys- Florida which said rule is as follows: cry the familiar songs, "Happy. Day," and
I-epela and see what it will do for "No railroad company shall: declineor sunlight, traveling ten feet 'Precious Xame"
you. Kodol not only digests what you refuse to act as a common carrier to .--
from the glaring pavement, or Rev J. A. Hendry represented, Rev.
eat and gives that tired stomach a transport any article proper for transportation w. G. Fletcher who is in charge of the
needed rest but it Is a corrective of the and a failure to transportsuch 95,000,000 miles thro' space, Cuban mission: in Santiago, and who
greatest efficiency. Kodol relieves indigestion article within a reasonable time hurls its delicate could not be present.: The speaker
dyspepsia, palpitation of the after the same has been offered for rays upon waxed
warm and eloquent and broughtthe
heart flatulence and sour stomach. transportation shall" be deemed a vio- and overworked retina. Callon conference into deeper sympathywith McIVER AND MacK!Y

Kodol will make your stomach young lation of this rule. DK. D. :M. BONEY, Eyesight the salvation of the priestriddenland
and healthy again. You will worry JL It is charged by the said McDowell at our doors
Crate and Lumber that on Parlors in
just in the proportion that-your stom- Company Specialist; Optical J. E. Woo-Jward of DeLnnd, who is a
ach worries you. Worry means the'the 13th day of June 1906. and every 3ary Building Ocala Fla. student in Emory Cohege read a
loss of ability to do your best. Worry day prior' thereto to the 4th of June
strong paper on "The Missionary Department
Is to be avoided at all times. Kodol 1906 you declined and refused to act He will examine them and of the League. This .
paper Build and Cottages
will take the worry out of your stom as a common carrier to transport cer- put them at ease. was written by Eugene E. Barnett who Complete Ready to Occupy, -
ach. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug- tain lumber from Oak. Marion county, could not be present. ,
store. Florida said lumber to Jacksonville was offered Florida to you which for work The reports taken on district mtssinary and Residences and Furnish Them
were up. Rev. L S. Patterson .
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGINGIf transportation by the said McDowell ,
making the first at the morning
The bottom
you wish the services of an artistic Crate and Lumber Company at Oak. layerof session. His report of the work in the -
painter house decorator or pa- Florida, on the 5th day of June 190. Tampa district and especially of the L From Cellar to Garret with Everything -
per hanger, drop me a card in the for transportation to the Ocala Pine a box of Italian work was .full of Interest and _
postofdce and I will call and give youa Company Jacksonville Florida and
low prompt estimate on your work, refusal and declination importance.
either by the day or the job.J. that by such Rev S. W Taller, presiding elderof Needed be it an Humble \
said umber 0
by transport upon
you ,
the _
W. Cawthon Ocala Fla. East Coast district made an ,
request of the said McDowell Crate and elaborate >
statement of the peculiar situation -

OUTWITS THE SURGEONA Lumber regarded Company said Chapter you violated 4700. Laws and dis of clear and on pointed the East in his Coast.remarks He was and \ Cottage or Palatial Home .;

complication of female troubles Florida, and said rule numbered threeof
was with undivided
with catarrh of the stomach and bow- the "Rules Governing the Trans- CANDIESIrrings attention.
els, bad reduced Mrs. Thos. S. Austin portation of Freight." to which refer- '
of Leavenworth. Ind, to such a deplor- ence has hereinbefore been made. il fr 'fthasmalp! A SOLID INSTITUTIONGlobe Build and Equip Deep Wells Sunk<

able condition that her uoctor advisedan 2. It Is charged by the said McDowell et .
operation, but her husband fear- Crate and Lumber Company that 0 delicious morsels and Rutgers One of the Strongest Stores, Churches, School] Houses, Court Any size or to any depth desired: .
ing fatal results, postponed this to try the said company on the 4th day of 4 far and surprises Fire Insurance Companies
Electric Bitters,. and. to the amaze- Houses etc.
June 1906. in writing did request you
in the World Painting Paper Hanging
ment of all who knew her. this medicine through your agent at Anthony, Flor- asfretoglajer.TW.TROXLER. ,
completely cured her. Guaran- Jacksonville Fla. June 18. 1908. Construct
ida over your line of road but that andEquipPhosphate ,
teed cure for torpid liver kidney disease you declined and refused to furnish Messrs. Ditto &. Maloney, Ocala Interior decorating, roofing, eta. 11mow
biliousness jaundice chills and said cars to transport said lumber for i Florida: Gentlemen-On Ing to the unsettled Plants size and and skilled of of workmen si-
fever general debility nervousness nine days and that up to the date of -- ---- conditions existing at this time ,. of-any a complete petent corps

and blood poisoning. Best tonic made. the filing of said complaint or charge, :as regards fire Insurance com pan tea, stock of repair parts for same always ways ready to take charge of workvBuilder's
Price 50c. at Tydings & Co. MONTHSGUARANTEE our Mr Green has just returned from
to-wit: the 14th day of June you refused -
6 New York, where he went for the purpose carried in stock.
... : and declined to furnish said cars Material' .
of the
ascertaining exact con- .
EPISCOPAL TEAAt to the said McDowell Crate and Lum- I -
dition of the companies represented In i
the ber Company or to transport said,lumber Against hale No more 1 Build Bridges w '
of :Mr. H. A. Ford
Thursday evening June 21. at eight thereby and by such conduct you darning if you buy : this tive and This and investigation we take pleasure Is po:!'in I- We carry at all times an immense;! _stock of

o'clock. mon refused carrier and in declined violation to of act said as Chapter com !atepronPhasiery advising you as follows: And in fact do any and all kinds of- ('OnBuilder's Material, Lime, Brick! Plaster, ,

SUPERIORITY PROVES ITSELFThe 4700. Laws of Florida and rule ; Globe .and Rutgers Fir Insurance Co. struction work. Repairs_and changes on Shingles 'Lath, Paints, Oils J' Roofing _
numbered three of the "Rules Govern- AH the popular tnlotaJ Tha net surplus to policyholders of
sincerest tribute that can be ing the Transportation of Freight.'* to 1.." add lieu. Worsted this company after deducting their all kinds of buildings. I Cement, Sewer Pipe, etc. v ; .
paid to superiority is imitation. The lots oti l
which reference bas hereinbefore been I \ 6pairsTr m net liability In San Francisco.amounts ,
$2so ,
many imitations of DeWItt'a Witch ; I
made. ton.6 pain for}i.50 to $1,500,000. A conflagration fund
Hazel Salve that are now before the The railroad commissioners of the For Ladies; Egyptian Cotton six pairs :amounting to over 3375.000 did not appear Send us your orders. We carry by far the l. largest, best and most varied stock"in Cen
public, it the best. Ask for De- ,
prove state of Florida hereby give you notice for Jaou. d fnarantff ttftft nail} : in their last statement. In ',
Witr Good for burns. scalds, chaffed that the said commissioners will meetIn auAgaer. strength this company will rank tral Florida: and our business methods will please you. --J' '.?
skin eczema tetter cuts bruises bolls their office In the city of Tallahassee. tea tars n among the strongest American companies .

and piles. Highly recommended and ; .'Florida, at 9 o'clock a. m. on the : after all losses are settled. Yours! for a Prosperous Year, .
reliable. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly 2nd day of July and that you. the Seaboard I AVe are not asking for the business __
Drugstore. Air Line Railway shall then M. FISHEL Ocala Fla. :of weaker companies for we' hope

and there have an opportunity to be :they will all be able to meet their loss : NcIVER & NlacKA"Y: -
HORSES AND MULES heard by said railroad commlf'sloners.and i es. By this accurate Investigation we B
You will always find at J. R. Martin to show cause. if any ,you have I have placed you In a position to protect .
& Co'a. exchange stables In Ocala. why the said railroad commissioners fl'ETO : the Interests of your agency. ;y Contractors, Builder and Plintiture .Dealers. 4
and at Hugh Nichols Wildwood station should not fix and impose upon yon a : Reinsurance facilities have been
as good mules and horses as can penalty for the violation and disre- i materially disturbed but we will assist
be found in Florida. For quality the gard of said rule provided and pre- zry i you in very manner possible.. With
prices! are reasonable. No trouble to CLOSE MESH FENCE.
show animals. When in need call on scribed by the said railroad commis- :regards and best wishes we remain AMERICAl\Y.
Hugh Nichols, proprietor. Ocala or sioners in accordance with Chapter II Yours very truly .
Wildwood Fla. 4700. Laws'of Florida Loren H.Green & Co., I 531K71 '
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Done and ordered by the railroad t General Agents. ... 1 -. ....,.
THE WISDOM OF ANIMALS commissioners of the state of, Florida ailmu.o and learn I
And tell about
You In session at their office in the city of ui jour i WALTER TAYLOR AT HOME 6 ie
cannot induce animal '
a lower to % TheseClose
eat heartily when not feeling welt A Tallahassee. Florida this 16th day of about I Mr Walter Lw Taylor returned home :See < h t .

Pick dog starves himself and gets well. June A.. D. 1906. Tablets I Saturday and has been receiving a i 6 .
The stomach once overworked must (Signed) J. L. Morgan Haggard's Specific I most cordial welcome and congratulations How 6 M -

have rest the same as your feet or Acting Chairman. and Suppositoriesthe from his host of warm personal I Close 5 t._ -f-----L. # Meshes
eyes. You don't have to starve to Attest: R. C. Dunn. Secretary. I friends at the capital He leaves today .
rest your stomach. Kodol for dyspepsia old reliable cute for Indigestion; Ner I for & short visit to his relatives I These ir WMI

takes up the work for your stomach TIME TO ACT YOU De :Sty. Coa panouu, Kidney and i in Jefferson county. and early in the ffta
digests what you eat and givesit 1 Eladdef Troubles Lad ViuEtj and iH i week will return to the Marion Farms. r Meshes
rest. Puts it back in condition Final of I near Ocala, where the owners and : i.M.I
Don't Wait for the .
Stages ,
I kindred Sieaies Piles,etc. Druggcti sea! ... ... ,. .,. .
again. Tou can't feel good with a disordered I managers know: him fully for his Are. --. a:===- + '-
stomach. Try KodoL Sold by Kidney Illness I them at 50:per boa or they will be tent: I worth and manly qualities und who I _.PJgs.I .
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.BIG Occasional attacks of backache irregular of price. Andrea' will give him a very lucrative and excellent -
ptepaul receipt I HEAVY :?
urination headaches and dizzy upoa I nation. The managers of I WIRES CLOSE MESH. PIG:TIGHT.. B

SHIPMENT OF IRON BEDS spells are common early symptoms of Haggard Specific Co.Allots G*. the Marion Farms may rest assured I Topand bottom bars No. 10, galvanized wire; Intermediate bars, No. 11 r galvanized
kidney disorders It's an error to neglect I that our citizens appreciate the kindness -'
We have Just received a big ship these ills. The attacks may pass -- ---- etc., they have shown! one of our wire;,Stays, No. 12, galranized 'wire 12 jnches apart
ment of iron beds, in all of the plain off for a time but return with greater worthy citi;ens whom unfortunate cir i .

and are fancy shapes and some of them Intensity. If there are symptoms of A Choice Stock. I cumstances placed in their hands and i -. LARGE STOCK: QUICK SHIPMENTS. -
expuisltely pretty. The scale of
dropsy-puffy swellings below the many in this section take that kInd-
Mclver prices ranges& MacKay.from $!.15 to $$0 each. eyes. bloating of limbs or ankles or Of Fresh Beef Pork ness to themselves and will always..remember The Largest Stock of Light and Hravy
any other part of the body don't delay them with love. May the Marion '
minute. Begin taking Doan's Farms and until
a grow prosper
MAN Kidney Pills and keep up the treat- And Mutton) every living person connected with it HARDWARE S/SH lOG IS AND
ment until the kidneys are well, when shall become as rich as the Rockefellers ,
Where will you and the Maid (Madam) your old-time health and vigor will and may the Ruler of the Universe
and the Kiddies spend the summer T return Vegetables,Fruits, Poultry, deal gently In giving! good healthto BLINDS FARM MILL AM

Why not take a flyer (Our Flyer) to IL L. Green bookkeeper residing at Eggs, Fish Oysters and all their families and also to unfortunates ,
the finest Summer Country In the 1J34 Main street. Jacksonville has the who come to them to be'made

world Cool, Bracing and Invigorating following. to say Choice Fresh, Family Gruc I useful and better human beings TaIlahacaee : .. MINERS' SUPPLIES PAINTS

Colorado.It "For two years I suffered from kidney cries, always on hand from True Democrat. ,
only takes a day. Leave St. Louis backache '
disease causing severe
on the Missouri Pacific at I a. m. Th and swelling of the feet and legs. Physicians ,which to do y'otlr'marketing.. THE PENINSULAR :;' OILS ETC. ETC.
next morning early you are in Color failed to ,
prescriptions give me Sen. or bring us your or- INDUSTRIAL.INSURANCE CO, .

ado.Living i i. Cheap. Write for-descriptive they relief; proved I tried wortblees.patent remedies Procuring but ders and they will have I I OF JACKSONVILLE" FLA: t Carried In Central Florida..

pamphlet-list of boarding houses., Doan Kidney Pills. 1 used them: After prompt attention l Pays the most liberal sick, accidentand This_ U the Implement tor Your. Sprln g Crop. -
etc. taking four boxes of the pills I was death benefits upon,the payment .
x. Low Rates entirely relieved and I now believe I W. E. SMITH. I of small weekly premiums.. We are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Fence'Also.7WTYT : .' .;.
To Denver. July to 14. account meetIng am permanently cured The Peninsular is one of the strongest : ,
B. P. O. Elks. For sale by all dealers. Price 5. insurance companies in the land '

To San Francisco. June 24 to July 6. cents. Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo N. No. 98 North Magnolia St. j j and force has in many Florida.thousands All claims of policies are paid in r\. .ION 1'g HJ\RD'W.HlxE. eo.:-_ -
To Colorado and all.umm. I sole for the United States. .
Salt Lake City Y. agents promptly upon demand. Call on or ** '_ _
... I. H. REHLANOER.Trav. Remember the name-Doan's-and: Phone write s.. P. Brockington. Local Agent, l. CLARKSON 'General ;1
\i HARRY B." Maaager.
Pass. Agt, Chattanooga., Tenn take no other. 141 office ever Teapot Grocery, Ocala, Fla. __ .
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Better thank In fact quite welt
Cantaloupes Are About All The Seaboard AirLine Railway.wfll i Restaurant.
to Revolutionize Pharmacy.A Shipped Fat round and foil of life and mischief 4 I perate aa excursion to Savannah and. -

Pink and unite flesh dotted with dum Columbia on night train 'of July 2.

A HAPPY COBDAflON I OPEX TO ALL. Last Friday night while engine No pies. No cough, no indiCCl oL .Tickets limited returning on any train : I .

Ja'"t the right proportion of each of] This little book of extract, contains.!. :44 was pulling a car loaded with watermelons All on account ofadministered I Deluding July IS.
the roots of several indigenous$ ,or native, plain English DntnU: of every Ingredient from the siding, it jumped
medicinal plants or rather of the active : which Doctor Pierre's he track. causing: a bad derailment of
nwxUemsJ principles skillfully extracted Golden Medical Discovery the famousrare engine. tender and car. There was a LOW ROUND TRIP RATES % First 0ass: Meals
Uu-refrom by the use of ehemicallf pure for weak stomach or dyspepsia, all day ? ,
large force working nearly Via LouisYiiie & Nashville
biliousness bad blood
giywnne of lust the Tight! strength conutuu torpid liver or Ry.
Dr. il'!rce's Favorite Prescription and aU catarrhal disea.-** of the severalmucous Saturday before the siding was cleared PREPARED .
for the cure of weak. Invalid., nervous. -( passages. By reading this little and In proper repair. Me one was hurt Tbe Louisville & Nashville Railroad .. LUNCHES :-
rundown over-worked women. book, you will learn why this medicine Many persona thought that Mr. J. D.
Many yean aI?<). Dr. Pierce discovered i,core such a wide range of dIseases You Baskin bad 'bitten off more than he will sen jound trip rates from Jacksonville ,

thai chemically pure glycerine! of proper will find that two of the prominent Ingredients -- ,could chew* when he undertook to load by a mother whose love to points shown on dates fnieat Dining Room open until midnight. Personal .f'
strength, u a fr better solvent and preservative of "Golden Medical Discovery of the medicinal principles are recommended by the medical writersof three ears with watermelons in one was tempered with common sense. from other points. attention given to special -orders, anything; ;
did It and finished In ,
native medicinal all the several schools of practice for day But he ;
found in our indigenous, or OZOMULSION: is
She that
plants. than is alcohoL Belie*ing.a the cure of diseases of the mosous surfaces I good time. knows $16.25. Nashville, Tenn. and return. the market offers prepared for the table on J_> _
he does that the use of alcohol: even &a catarrh of the nasal passages! ,. Mrs. L. B. Tydings has been called a fountain of energy for grown-opt, Tickets sold July 5. C and 7. with final -

In small portion J long continued, of the stomach. and bowels including to the bedside of her brother who is too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes return limit IS days from dateof short notice. See our Refrigerator display :
works great barm the human system.he ulceration of the same. Yon will find Ga.Mr sale. By payment of fee of 50 ..
this eom-j I these agents also: spoken of as the best sick in Valdocta. plenty of rich blood. For pale. feeble %.
determined not to employ John Morris and bride of Okahumpka cents and depositing ticket same in front of the Store. ._ ",
monly used agent In making his mt-dicm -' of remedies for all cases of atonic dyspepsia folk it is the chief nourisher at IDe'sfeast
'I dined with their old friends, can be extended until September 30.
triple-relhal'dntar I. ,that U dyspepsia dependent upon '
"s. but to use pure
glycerine \ Now. glycerine U not weakness of the stomach itself-mueuIttr Mr. and Mrs. A. Pifer Sunday. It cures Consumption when slEw Knoxville Ten, and return Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice: _Viands.
onlr :' ; but possesses:' weakness; also fur kidney and bladder On last Sunday afternoon at the resIdence taken iu tim AH druggists seU it- Tickets sold June 23. 24 and 30. and

IntnoMc medicinal properties being a diseases.Several of the officiating clergyman J. 50 cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let us July 7. 14 and 15. with final return Special Price to Regular BoardersI .
solvent, nutritive of the Ingredients entering Into ,
valuable ,
C. Graham. Mix :Mamie Martin limit IS days from date of sale.
the Golden Medical viz
anti-septic and antiferment.Sinco Discovery!! : send yoaFree '
Herce's!' Black bark. Stone Mr Frank Hughes were united In the Tickets can be extended by paymentof
non-alooholie. Dr. Queen's root Cherry
Family they Medicines are belo/uj all by therie-II root and Bloodroot are highly recommended holy bonds of matrimony. They have Sample Bottle by Mail 'fee of 50 cents and depositing THE GARKHGHAEL & SON "GOEd's .

wooTbeJ are neither patent nor I for chronic, or lingering coughs our congratulations.Dr. : Knoxville until September 30.
and for all chronic, bronchial and .laryngeal = In : Write letter postal toOZOMUL.S1ON
secret medicines. Their Ingredients are IX A. Smith spent Tuesday or '77.50, San Francisco and Los Angeles -
printed, in plain English on ech bottle ,or throat .a ectioD L In fact soma or the
Ocala. He reports that eom PIacc West of Square
CO. !. and
: of the writers go so far as to state that Ca return. Tickets sold ,
wrapper. of the several the active medicinal principle contained hammock land west of town has I Pine Street. New York June' 24 to July. inclusive, final return ,
exnct e.
Tu proportion --- -- --- -- ---- --- --- -------- --- -- -
Ingreitenu nsed in these medicluea as '' In Queen's root feme will cure bad cases hanged ownership, and that several I limit. September 15. Liberal

well! as the workln formula and peculiarprocesvts .of bronchitis. Is it not reasonable then other changes are likely to occur Inthe stop-overs allowed. Passengers can

apparatus and- appliances i employed to expect much in the way of curati..eresults near future. I l go one route and return another.
in their manufacture, are withheld from a compound containing not Dr. W. C. Lindner and Mr.J. H. Har-
from publicity that Dr. Pierre's' (me but four Ingredients,each of which have to Cedar Keys for a 4265.. Denver, Colorado Springs j.r
proprietary rights may not i.e. Infringed has a reputation for curing bronchial and ey gone Pueblo Cot', and return. Tickets
short outing. They will be the guests;!
and tre\pa.4.-t upon by unprincipled throat affections accompanied with obstinate 1. EAT ALL sold July J to 14. final limt. August
imitators*nd thoee who may be piratic-; cough? Observation, however, of Mr. Harvey's daughter. Mrs W' T. 20. Liberal stop-overs allowed at WdOiI
ally inclined leads the makers of this famous medicine Smith while there.
to recommend the -D ICOvf'ryfor I Colorado common points.
I Mr. E. H. Talton. superintendent
WHAT don't I rhr nie or lingering coughs. rather than the Stetson pinery at DeLand,, with his YOU WANT $32.10. Milwaukee Wit, and return.
With Ir. Pierce's medicines yon colds In the latter
for acute and coughs.
Tickets sold August 1_. 11 and 1%.
children is
whatthe wife and visiting pa-
have to pin your faith wholly to I ease it i i" generally not quite"loosening! '
manufacturer Po&ys of their curative or. expectorant enough unless mucilageof ents. Then take a dose of MOILFV&tfttoa final return limit August %0.
and II suffer "'
potency a* with other medicir Mercenary slippery elm flax seed or Gum Arabic Mr. and Mrs. John Talton are a very I ELIXIR yon $33.00.) Omaha Neb. and return. Tick -

motives, the greed for money- be drank freely at saue tide it is being happy couple In having all of their I 1 no are inconvenience a confirmed Dyspeptic.even though yon ets sold July 9. 10. 11 and 12. final
getting it is feared often lead men and used but w hen the! cough has passed its wlb them ;
forth unreasonable" children and grandchildren 35 year bas proven return limit July 18. By depositing DyspepsiaCure
too, to put
acute stage. if still peri.istant the"Discovery" -
but at one time. : ticket with Joint agent at Omaha
claims fur their loudly: prai-d a sovereign r medJ'RJ.D
many times nearly worthless compound for its r'of."rove The sawmill that has been stored' MOZLEY'SLEMON before July 18 and payment of fee

Especially should the afflicted beware of under the oaks has been removed to, of 50 cents same can. b&; extended
-Cheap-John." ." free give, away."trialbottle'dodzn. Mr. Charles Brown's place south of ELIXIRto until August 15.
don't pay to trifle with From the saDie little book of extracts:
one's health. ltL should be regarded as it will readily be seen snip Dr. Pierce's town. be tbe greatest remedy for ia-' $3160. St. Paul and MinneapolIs Minn,
too sacred to be experimented with. : Favorite i Prescription works such marVelona Mr. J. H. Morris the refrigerator car digestvn and disorders of the and return. Tickets sold August 10. Gives
rest to the
stomach. Cures stion
Dr. Pierce's medicines have a record : ceres t Js. those chronic! and distressing man. leaves Saturday for Albany Ga. stomach liver and bowels ever 11 and 12, with final limit August 31. *ndig ,djspspsia! sour stomach

of nearly forty years of cure behind diseases peculiar to women. la Mrs. FW.. Bishop's uncle, Mr. A. S. offered to inc. public. be By payment of fee of 50 cents and tired stomach, weak stomach; windy stomach puffed stomach. ,nervous
hundreds of thousands all cases of pelvic catarrh with weakening David Try it once aDyou'U never
them.embracing Mr
many : Albright accompanied by *
omach and
with catarrh of the stomach. A
depositing special agent same guaranteed
of bad cases restored to health: drains, bearing or ""draggingdownI : acceptable without iL cure.f's
of Gainesville were very .
and happiness.THEY". i I or distress and in all menstrual Albright joe. and $LOG per bottle mt 1I can be extended until September 30.
i I derangements and Irregularities.the"k'e-! guests during Saturday and drug Mecca Daily to September 30, round trip ;;= .. Las. I DIiiset'a. Wftal r*.. EXth s.o.sesg.. '
: 8TAKD ALOSEla : Dose COSInCca'L .nMa.C.5.wi* ...
"One Uawe .
I vorite Prescription" will be-found to be Sunday. Brmttth .., -.a is.
having: the professional endorsementof i i, made of Just the right Ingredients! tomeet Our little granddaughter.Anomie who I summer tourist tickets will be on sale \ C-*-.*! $.3j A. a R. *.. *isisi,w. SI i t.sI tm f Cis mn
to various Full
scoresot eminent medical practitioners and cure the trouble. suffered a severe relapse, now shows resorts. information. SOLD BY THE ANTI- ONCP OL .DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLA
and writers, of all the several schools of : Your druggists fell the .. FATOKITKPBESCHIPTIOX favorable Indications toward re- schedules, time tables; etc. will be
medical practice who praise the curative : and al..o that famous very furnished promptly on application to
properties of the several ingredientsof ; blood and stomach covery. -.-
alterative purifier G. E. Herring. Fla. Pass. Agt. L. &: N. -
which composed beyond Mr. J. T Simmons Is the guest of his
they are away tonic the "OoLDrs MEDICAL: DiscovEBT. ATJEXANDEflPractical R. R. Xo. 118 W Bay Jacksonville.. -ci
all that the makers of these medicines -' ." \Yrite, to Dr. Pierce about your friend, Mr. :J.: L. Smoak. in Ocala. Mr. -
have ever claimed for them. These; ca e. lie is an experienced physician Simmons Is contemplating taking Florida.

are the more valuable because In every and will treat" your case' as v>nhdential treatment from Prof. J K. Underhill,
case written without the author knowIng ; and without, charge" for correspondence. DIXIE FLYER ROUTE
faith In being permanently -
and has great
that he was praising articles enteringinto Address him at the Invalids' .
these popular: med,cine*, the matter I I Hotel 1 and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, benefited. / The Nashville Chattanooga and Saint
being compoied for; publication in various N. Y., of which he is chief consulting Miss Eloise Smoak is the guest of CARPENTER AND BUILDER ""*
medical journals and books designed I physician.It Mrs. J T. Simmons this week. Louis Railway

exclusively for professional reading and Is as easy to be well as 111-and much Miss Grace Mllllgan who. since the The N. C. &: St. It By. announ the CASTORATbe
instruction. The afflicted can. therefore, Careful estimates made on all contract
more comfortable. Constipation is the close of school. has been yisiting her following reduced rates for the round
rely upon such testimony as in every work. Gives and better work
truthful and trustworthy.A {cau e of many forms of illness."" Doctor sister at Gainesville returned home trip from Jacksonville during June.
way Pierce' Pleasant Pelleu.cure con&tipa- Tuesday. for the ironey than any other contractor I July and August. These rates are
LITTLE BOOK: i lion. They are tiny, sugar-coated sranutas. n'the city.
I with and In
Milton and Otto Jones special addition to the regular
One little Pellet is a gentle laxative _
has been compiled made of brief ,
extracts! from many standard medical ; two a mild cathartic AU dealersIn expert cantaloupe packers, leave the "- summer tourist rates in effect from
medicines sell them.Dr. last of this week for Georgia. May 15 to October 31. inclusive to
works but only la part, some
Kind You Ilavo Always Bought and which lias been
few of the many good things ritu-n. bv Pierce's lOO-page tlhi/.trated book, The rush and hustle connected with summer resorts throughout the North. ,
:leading medical authorities. concerningthe !, The Common S cn e Mediral Adviser.* the shipping season Is about over. This FOLEY"SKIDNEY South and West.Monteagle in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of

seveial' native medicinal roots that I:* sent paper coveron receipt of week will practically close the cantaloupe Tenn, is the most attractive and lies been made under his per.sonal .
enter into the composition of Dr. Pierce1 21 one-c. nt stamps to the coot of
? : pay shipping for this year. Next week and popular summer resort In
medicine Any one sending/ by postal mailing only. For 31 stamps! the cloth- endeavor to give totals. the South. and should receive consid- q- supervision since its infancy.
card or letter to Dr. R V Pierce Buffalo. bound volume will be sen'It.. was we will C ,A3Iownoonotodeehoyonmnt1iIs.
N Y. and requesting a copy tvill sold for tl SO per copy. Address All members of the baseball club eration from' everyone contemplating
receive it free by return post. Or. r-lv- Pierce, Buffalo. 1..Y are requested to assemble at the ball CUREWILL a trip to the mountains. Malatla and All Counterfeits; Imitations and Jast-as-good"are but fc

grounds Saturday afternoon' for the mosquitoes are entirely unknown and Experiments that trifle With and endanger the liealtli of -

purpose of practicing. There will also Its location on the tip top of the Cumberland Infants and Children-Hn>erience a&rahu ErDeriinent..
be a business meeting Saturday night CURE YCU I !! mountains! assures one of cool -- _

MARION 'FARMSINCORPORATED _,'"-"_"_" .n. I.... 5.-.5.. .,..... t.. Y.>--Q.rl..t'.--. fh-..-. erganizatlon. --_ nignts ana pleasant, days. ;;

Turn out. boys and let us of any case of Kidney: cr1 I To Monteagle, Ten a, and Return, What is cAiiIA .
do something now that the busy season $16.35
Bladder disease that is not \
is over. Tickets Bale June 29, 30, July 3. '
SI A E3L-E:4S on Castorla is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric
I beyond the reach of medi 5, 19, 20, 21. 28. 29. 30. 31..and August
DrOps and It is Pleasant, It
Soothing Syrups.
\ Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs 16 and 17' limited to August 31. Final .

( ) "Several years since my lungs were cine. Take it at once.. DonotriskhavingBright's limit extended to October 31 by depositing contains neither Opium, Morphine. nor other JCarcotic -

so badly afflicted that I had many ticket with agent and paying difference substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

hemorrhages." writes A. M. Ake of between rate at which ticket and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind .

GENERAL LIVERYFINE Wood. Ind. *I took treatment with ease or Diabetes. was bought and regular summer. tourist Colic. It relieves Teething? Troubles, cures Constipation

several then started physicians to without take Foley's'any benefit.I Honey. nothing gained by DIS-\\;To Nashville rate. Tenn, and Return. $16.25 and Flatulency.: It assimilates the Food, regulates tIe

Bowels and natural ,Mcep
Stomach and healthy
and Tar. and my lungs are now as : Tickets on sale June' 10, 11. IS. 11.I giving
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, sound as a bullet I recommend It In SOc. and 1.00 '! 19. 20 and July 5. C. 7. limited to 15 The Children's Panacea- The Mother's.Friend.

TRAPS, CARRYALLS I advanced stages of lung trouble. Fo- REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. I days from date of sale. Extension to

ley's Honey and Tar stops the cough September 30, 1306 "depositing tick
and heals the lungs and prevents -- II et with special agent and paying fee
serious results from a cold. Refuse -s of 56 cents. .

'' ;substitutes. Sold by all dealers. Questions'cheerfully answered.For Bears the Signature of .
THE further Information, routes
LOW ROUND TRIP '- rates and attracdve summer resort

EXCURSION RATES folders ete,. call on or address Cole
HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE Danley. Florida Passenger Agent. 212

HORSES BOARDED BY THE MONTH Via the Atlantic Coast Line West Bay Street,. Jacksonville. Fla. "

Athens, Ga. $12.45., Tickets on sate I ,
A. C. COBB General Manager. June %3. 24. 25. 26. 30.'July 2. 9 and SEABOARD AIR LINE

16. limit 15 days from Ate of sale. SPECIAL RATES You to
The Kind BoughtIn
Extension of limit to September 30 Always
may be had. $6 Savannah,. Ga., and return. Tlci.

Asheville N. C.. $17.70. Tickets on sale The Great Eastern ets on sale for train leaving, Ocala

June 26, 27,and 28, limit to July 10. and Western Line night of July 2, final limit July 13. Use For Over 30 Years.

FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES Knoxville, Tenn.. 1825.: Tickets on $8, Columbia S. C. and return. Tickets .tw*MTava_*...r MUUU! VOM cm.

sale June 17. 18. 19, 23. 24, 30, July Across the Entire States of on sale for train leaving Ocala

'7. 14 and 15 limit 15 days from data night of July 2. final limit July 13.

; Western Beef Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef Motton Ar- of'sale. Extension of limit to September $45.70, Denver Cot, and return. TIckets -

30 may be had by depositing TEXAS$ und: LOOISljlH N NNO on sale July > to 14, inclusive, --

moor's-Star Ham, Armour's Pork Sausage, Cabbage ticket -and,paying fee. with final limit August 20,'by payingfee
19.30( Nathville Tenn. Tickets on sale of 50 cents.
Rutabagas Turnips Beets Sweet June 10. 11. 12. 18, U. %0. and July 5. TBOOBI.E TO ANSWBk QUESTION;
6 and 7. limited 15 days from date $25.70. Washington D. C, and return .

Potatoes, Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions. of ,_Ie. Extension of limit may be Direct Line to i Tickets on sale June 29 and uly 2 ATLANTICCOAST LINE
had. and 3, with final limit nly IL: Extension ;:

$15.85. Tuscaloosa Ala Tickets on sale NORTH TEXAS available to August ILacksonville ,'- -
June 12, 13 15. 18. 23. 25, July 2. 7 -
W. P. EDWARDS Fla and return.
and 9. Limit 15 days from date of NfcW MhXlCC $3.30. THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA ,
sale. Extension of limit may be had. Tickets on sale June 2( and 27, with 't'. *'-.

Phone IDS' City Market* $25.95, Washington D.' C. Tickets on ARIZONA final limit June 30. '

sale June 28, July 2 and 3. Limit $17.70 Asheville, N. C., and return. CONNECTIONS .o'j; ,
July 11. Extension of limit to August : '\ I
Tckets on sale Jane %c. 27 and 28
11 be had., '
may '
J42JX), Washington. D. -C.- Sold dally CALIFORNIA wth final limit- July 10. \ TO THE EAST Over its own rails to Savannah! Charleston, .R1bmond'- .

to September 30. All tickets limitedto $12.45 Athens,'Ga.. and return.Tickets All Rail and 'Washington. Uiencfe..via Pennsylvania By. .

THE BREAKERS October 31. Write for'New Book of Texaa. Free. on sale June %3, 24. 25. 26, 30. July ... ---- :; '.-i--
For further information apply tonearest 2. 9. 1C with final limit 15 days from '
TO THE WEST (Via. Montgomery) and Louisville & Ns.sbyilieandDixie _
agent, or, J.*G, Kirkland DJ. I!'. TURNER date of sale. Extension available. ;f-
Pass. Agt. *-' -' Flyer route via Atlanta. I"f <
$83. 0, Portland Ore. and return. _
THE BREAKERS Is second to none in location and beach attractions. It General Passenger Ageni Tickets on sale June* 17 to 21 Inclusive -. -
is the Ideal hotel for summer tourists. Situated upon a high bluff overlook- with final limit of New PIIIIaiIJPW&
sixty TO THE! EAST Via Say & Ocean S. Co. for York.
tug; the ocean and less than two hundred feet from the rolling surf. It combines Low Rates DALLAS. TEXAS from date of sale.
and Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York.'Washington.
the benefits of with the
an ocean voyage pleasures of a shore resort -
$19.30 Nashville Teen, and return. Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
The looms are large all outside. en suite ani single with baths and thor- '
screened. The"' the Tickets on sale June 12. 18. 19. 20. Transportation 'Com panT for Baltimorend Fblladel-
oughly dlning room is on ocean side and one of the most
via BUYLAND July 5, C and 7. limited 15 days from -
attractive rooms of the hotel. Electric lighting telephone service and imme Steamship phia. _
dt connection with an up-to-date livery. date ot sale. Tickets may be extended .
to September 30 by depositIng -
:ilus will meet all trains.In Southern'Railway
with special agent and pay; KEYWEST and HAVANA-VIa Peninsular and Occidental BUaiosnlp Co.
addition tu the Breakers It has been possible to add the use of the ,
Clarendon bath 1 ouses. bowling alley. pool tables dancing pavillion., and the ment of fee of' 50 cents. Route of celebrated trains, Kew York.. Florida SpeclaU.Florida -

famtius Clarendoi fishing pier. The table will maintain the high standard to $41.05 Omaha. Neb, and return. Tick- and West.Indian Limited. Chicago and, 1!ori-JaUnandIdaie.
whl h Mr. Holt I:edges himself wherever he assumes the management. ets on sale July 9. 10. 11 and 12.

Tbe reraarkaUe record for healthfuLness especially for children is a IN THE NEW ,COUNTRYRecently 'with final limit July 18.' Extensionmay Quickest schedules, superior service. For Information as to rates ttc&ed-
well established feature. be obtained to Angxut 15, ,by
ales, 'tc. consult the purple! folder. or communicate with J. G. Ktrkboid.: D
The proof of all ia to Join with the many who are bookingfor the season. (FROM JACKSONVILLE) opened np In Eastern Arkansas deputing ticket and paying. fee of: N.C.
for rates and reservations apply to- Louisiana Mississippi Delta) :50 ccnte. .ATampai: "W.; ,J. CraIg; Passenger Traffic Manager. Wilmington,

$1&25, Monteagle Tenn, and return. -
and Southeastern Missouri along the
BERT:? ABREEZEf $16.65 lines of the Missouri Pacific Railwayand Tickets on sale 17 July with 28 final 29,' 30.' limit 31. '
] HOLT August 16 and i
r-LORIDA Knoxville, Tenn. and return. Ticketson Iron Mountain Rorte; at $7.50 to August 3L DV

sale June 1?. 18. 19. 23. :4, 30. July $15>> an acre, which when cleared and $18.75 Monteagle Tenn. and return SEABOARD lirLlfit E

7. 14. 15. limited fifteen days. Extension slightly Improved, -readily brings a Tickets ,on S81e June 29. 30, :July: Sand .
September 30, 1906.. cash rental of $4 to $6 an cere. 6, with final limit August 31.

UNUSUALOpportunities' $18.25 Monteagle, Tenn. and return. Savannah Columbia. Caawten Southern Ptnes. Richmond Washington Bal
ROUND TRIP SUMMER $J4.65 Tickets on sale July 19. 20 and %1. timore.. PhJltda Iphia, Xe1J York.
exist fpr the Homeseeker -
Asheville, N. c.. and return. Ticketson with final limit August_3L

sale July 26, 27. 28. flitted July 10, and the Capitalist 12.45, Athens, Ga,. and return. Tickets TWO ELEGANT TRAILS DAILY I -

AND CONVENTION RATES 1S06. THERE IS NO BETTER on sale June %3. 24, IP. ?&, 30, .'' :.

$16.35Monteagle. Land in the world than the rich alluvial July,Z, ,. 1C, with final limit'15 days SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.
from date of sale. Extension may '
and River Bottom lands //-.o'-.
Teem and return.Ticketson be obtained to eptember 30 by depositing ] .
Hound trip summer excursions from all East
to Pacific Coast of Southeast Mtssouri East- and fee of MODERN PULLMAN EQUTPMfiST
sale June:: !9. 30. July 3, 5. limited ticket paying.
and Northwest from June 1 to September 15. with special stop-over prov- ern Arkansas Louisianaand 5* cents. .

leges. good returning to October 31. 190$. August *1,. 1904. Extension October 3L Texas $17.70 Asheville N. c., and return.- The SEABOARD FLORIDA LI5H TED, tev mly daily Solid Pullman

N. E. A. MEETING AT LOS ANGELES JULY 9.13 1906. Tickets July 25 2. 27. with Electric-,Lighted Train between St. A ugudtf e. Jacksonville and' New. York
MONEY IN LAND final limit August 8. Extension to .
ELKS' MEETING AT DENVER COLO.. JULY 16-21 $32.10 via Richmond:and Washington. Leave St. Aug&stine IS.10 p. m. aa4 Jack-
2ft obtained:by
V September '
IN BANK may ,
SUMMER RATES TO COLORADO JUNE 1 to SEPT 30 Milwaukee Wi, and return. Tickets depositing ticket and paying* of sonvifla 1:20_ pnu Incldlng Surf days. : .

on sale August 1 ....11. 12. limited August Especially land that Is rapidly Jncreaa- 50 cent -
HOTEL MEN'S CONVENTION PORTLAND, ORE JUNE 25.29 22. 190 In Value $18.25. Knoxville,..Tenn. and return. Only- ,Line ,Operating" Daily Through Sleepers .from JattcsonvHIe. to New Or
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Us. the Splendid Through Servic..ef the SOUTHERN PACIFIC From New Passenger and Ticket Office for 1 Tickets on sale June 17.-1&, 19.' 23. ,. lea-it*\.. ._-': -

Orleans; UNION PACIFIC From Kansas City or Chicago 108 W. Bay St. Phone 741.J. Write Maps., Descriptive Literature :24. 30. July'7. 14. 15. with final. limit -
and reservatfona .
Etc.HOMESEEKERS' 15 days from date of sale. Extension For fall Information ,steeper call on any Seaboard
Through Pullman Tourist Cars from Washington. Atlanta Montgomery. C. LUSK., TICKETS SOLD' to September 30 by depositing agent,or write to "* .- ',:' 'Wv? '* CONDON;; AJOH2J
etc and from
St. Louis and Chicago- to California.
Write me for literature and Information. District Passenger,Agent. First and Third Tuesday Every Month ticket: ant paying fee of 59 cents.' : DOZIERAgeut. City-Ticket Agent, -

R.. O. BEAN. T. P. A. J. F. VAN RENSSELAER..Gen.-:Agt. vSame' rare 'bargains in Havilaad I. E. REHLANDER. Trav. .Pass. Aflt-I For reservations further information,-call city ticket and om"Pullman ,-. 5C4LA. XLOI1uA, -- .

G. W.%ELT. T. P. A. 124 Peachtree SC Atlanta Ga china at the Pcstofflce Drugstore 34 W. Stb St. Chattanooga. Tenn _telephone 129, ral Passenger Agent Jacksoavafev,;.flxS, C. BOYLSTOJt?t ,&. tstant.G" -'
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