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The Ocala evening star.

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

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

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Abstract:
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).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funding:
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
11319113 ( OCLC )
2052267 ( ALEPH )
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For the People of, Driven to Trejizy by Repeated Outrages -III I Four, White,Women Assaulted in and _


Ocala, !I, the on City Women Took Indiscriminate the White Peopleof Ven- t And Get Our Prices on Electric Wiring, Fans Around a Dozes Atlanta in *.K. Tee Saturday. 'Weeks, and Pr>.viu Half* .When_ laying' yourPlanss, for the coming busyseason

remember_ that we are ,here for the good of
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Is What Jake who is I geance on the Negroes and Fixtures. Atlanta Sept, 24.-There were four
our now j attempted assaults on white women others, 2s--well: as oursejves.MUNROE ., -

in New York, says lie is Buy Atlanta Sept. 23. 130 a. m,-Reporra by Decroe dn and around'Atlanta Sat-
are being received from the out- ari\ urday, and these and toe publication of & CHAMBLI5S '
ing.. ekirts of the town of rioting and negroes We are also prepared to build repair them In extras ted to the gathering of :. ,
being killed and driven from the mob which killed ten or fifteen negroes BANKERS :/',?'

Meanwhile, you Needn't their homes. Lines and Motors and do General in the city Saturday night : >'
Telephone -
Rumor have It that at least twen Mrs. Lizzie Cbaffin. 34 years'old.. Ocala ,. Florida =
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be Hungry if You Get Ycur ty-five to thirty, or more negroes have wife of Henry Chafflu. a farmer,was :
been killed here tonight but it la Impossible Work.
Repair attacked home
by a negro at tier near
Groceries from Us. this time to confirm these
: at Sugar creek, several miles from the i
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reports.Crowds center of the city. 'She screamed and
are standing on street corners Shop and! Sale Rooms Opposite the stoffice Drugstore '
TEAPOT GROCERY : the negro who had caught hold of her
down town apparently awaiting '
ran. He was caught. THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK -
developments. All is quiet in the cen- ELEOTRIO ] rs.. Frank Arnold 23 years old at .
ter of town. THE FLORIDA PLU8BING & GO.
ISO Julian street was grabbed by a ___
OCALA FURNITURE ol Soldier Didn't Want to Shoot regro at J o'clock In the evening as OF OCALA.DIRECTORS .

The military has been called out. Phone IS. B. W. M cDONALD, Manager.WHAT J home she went Mrs.on, tb Arnold. back screamed porch of and her c

Personal Service Anywhere Any Tice! : but seems very slow to mobilizing.At ,brought members of'her family and Z..C. Chambli is.. ._
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present there la little excitement ,
: I her George
neighbors to reacue.-Tbe negro ran MaeKayR _
and When Heeded in the center of the city. I off Into,the woods and escaped. S. Hall. '
I is WILL HAPPEN THIS WEEKIf DUTCH DISCIPLINE --' ,-- :: .
Fighting reported on Peters etreet. Later a negro named Henry Green s'H AFord. = '

The Question ot Embalming and Funeral near the terminal station. Coming Events Are' Pulled Off According Princes of Pas'ar Captured and 400 of was arrested on' suspicion having s + T.:-T.Munros. : ,,: ;' ;: r..,
I From the Associated!! Press office attacked Mrs. and l- J. B.'Brooks.
Arnold was carried -
Directing it a Delicate One Their Killed (
:shots are heard'frequently.The to the Program Subjects '
to the jaiL J. K; Chri ian.
Constitution is authority for the Washington Sept. :f.--Political Interest The Hague, Sept. 21.-'An official At 7:30 p. m, a negro stepped Oil
'tttJ.d not it be Best for Yen to Entrust r-
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statement that fifteen negroes havebeen during the week will center in dispatch from Baly Island, off the Malay the back,porch 'of the home of Miss In excellent Bank
addition facilities has
to its this fee
this Question to Those who Appreciate -t killed. New York State where both the republicans Archipelago, east of Javawhere 3ma. Lancaster 'at 18% Davis street '
One negro Is lying dead less than a to hold the Dutch have been conducting military and attacked Her Board
and democrats are her. screams brought advantage of, a competent capable and good: of
[It's Delicacy and Whose Knox. block! from the Associated!! Press office their: nominating: conventions Tuesday; operations against recalcitrant help and the negro ran, She "'was.-taken -

onForsyth, street. the: democrats meeting in Buffalo and chiefs report the capture of two princes Into the house In an unconscious Directors,and a. strong body,of Stockholders. "'
l is of the Standard ,
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ledge Highest I '
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Ten Negroes Killed and Many Injured the republicans in Saratoga. at Pasar, their women and children. condition.. ':
During the week there will be a no- Followers of the princes, numbering The"fourth attempt' was upon Irs: -
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE Atlanta. Sept. %%.-Ten negroes are table celebration at Colorado Springs 400 men. were killed in the aortic Mattie- Holcombe an aged woman of c1 :
PROMPT ATTENTION I known to have been killed and unverified of the centennial anniversary of thediscovery The Dutch lost four killed. and ten 275 'Magnolia street. A negro tried to : -
have been -received of W. .
reports as of Pike's Peak. Vice President wounded. enter her room through a window Sat- ALLEN BRIDGES
.lty Phone Ho. 10. Right 94 and 167 many more killed by a wild mob, assembled Fairbanks and other public men urday night. Her: screams drove him .
on the streets of Atlanta tonight -
I of note are to take part in the cele-
THE TEXAS WONDER away.
j I who captured and dealt roughly bration. These four attempted assaults followed Dispenser? ;:k- _
SMITH & KOBERTS Ocala Fla. '
: with every negro who came along. Cures all kidney .bladder and rheumatic -
II William. J. Bryan will continue his half a dozen cases occurring ':
I The police could do nothing with the speaking tour in the South. and will two' troubles month's" Sold treatment byall by druggists.or mail for within the last ten-weeks. ,Pare'Ice Cream and Cold Drinks, ,

I crowd. bE- heard In a number of place in the $1. Dr. E. W. Halt 9U Olive street.St. 1 -. .
Violence broke out In various partsof r.dlan Territory and elsewhere. Louis, Mo Send for testimonials. AN INSIDIOUS DANGER Choice Candies, Fruits Confections, --:: -.
the city, and apparently about the Sold in Ocala by the AntiMonopolyDrugstore "
< The League of American Municipal- '
,. T11 same time. ... ties will hold a three days' conven- 'One of the worst features of kid- Foil Line'of opuia.r-'Btands ot Cigars, :;:'
The principal mob- in the
I gathered tion In Chicago, the principal feature ney trouble is that it is an insidious
center of the city on Peachtree street being a discussion of the question of GINNING AND BUYING COTTON disease and before the victim realizes i :Come ana nriderhe ..
cold drink cream
I J JEWELER[ [R at the junction of Marietta and Deca- municipal ownership. his danger he may have a fatal ma-: in. enjoy a or jsaucer'of -

tur. Every passing street car was held The new neutralization law which is ;Will buy or gin cotton. Highest lady. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at electric fans. Don't forget the place.
up in the search for iiegro 8. ,market price paid for the same.J. he first sign of trouble as it corrects ,_
aimed to make it difficult for undesIrable -
more W. Pant, ,Morriston, FIlL Irregularities and prevents Blight's
ofl Other Acts of ViolenceIn aliens to become citizens of ',_ __ i disease and diabetes. Sold by all
Carries a Complete Stock the United States will become operative dealers .' ?
AlLEIL.JORIDIIES' PAILOI;
CREAM
ICE
addition to the violence dealt negroes : :
Thursday.The R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK. r (
wherever could be _
Jewelry, Consisting of they found football season among tbe big EVERGLADES EXCURSIONISTS .
1 1i I plate glass windows were smashed Astern colleges will begin in earnest B.ALOCK! Next to Munroe d. Chambliss Bank; -0.,
FULLER &
several small fruit stands
PINS. DIAMONDS were wrecked Point.Pennsylvania ,
J Saturday-when Princeton. West Following is a list of those who went .
and the mob in its -
will reckless-
and,:vother: teams "will on the excursion to the Everglades last -
RINGS. WATCHES, news seemed to hesitate at nothing. -- -.t
the DENTAL'SURGEONS
make their \;appearance on week; \
CHARMS FOBS, The eople were incited to this violence gridiron for the seasop.A Governor N. B.: Broward TaJlaJ1aS-

CHAD! CUT GLASS I by reports of three attempts at :' Office Over Monroe'& tumbles') Bank see. Leon county; Jas. E. Hendry. Fort
assaults white the out-
upon women on SCIENTlriC, WONDER Myers. Lee county; A. F. Lovering, :
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FINe CHINA. skirts cf the city today. Half a dozen OCALA? ....!.UA.Terms Tampa. HlUieborough county; 8yd L
extras detailing these attempted: assaults V eStaflJaflt 'y.'I'I
LADIES' UMBRELLAS The cures that stand to Ita credit -, Carter. Gainesville Alachua county;
under headlines ---
flaring covering
make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a selenitic Mayor H. A. Hendry Fort Myers, Lee
GUARANTEED CLOCKS the half of the page were got out tonight wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford, Cash., county J. C. Heard. Tampa. Tillslorougrh .
-And- by the afternoon papers. and lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry, -- ,- ..., county: J. Hall Brumsey.-
these no' doubt resulted in'.the assemb- Waynesboro, Pa. of a distressing casef lAnd, Volusia county; H. C. Spark- t. 1
SOUVENIR CARDS., ling of themob.. t-. piles. ..It heals. the worst, burns e fY ZoUo. DeSoto county 'XI F. Beck: \
man ;
'.. -- sores, boils ulcers, cuts wounds chilblains -
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ALL KINDS OF" REPAIRING. Police Were PowerlessThe ham Atlanta.' Fulton county; Ga.;. S. First Class Meals .
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and salt rheum Only tIe, -at -%T '
A. Luckey LaBelle. Lee county; A.'M. dj
yJEl11g police department soon found Itself Tydings & Co's. drugstore. IBLABK BROS. I II. Morgan.. Lake City. Columbia county;

powerless to deal with the situa- H. W.Snell,Winter Haven. Folk: county '
OCALA, FLA tion though the full force was called WANTED-This office will very I ; J. F. Richbourg. Laurel HilL Walton CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES
X out. As noon as it dispersed the crowd much appreciate the loan of the American .""" ''- Sf county; A. U. C. Russell Brooks-
in one place it reassembled in an- Magazine (Frank 'Leslie's) for Vine. Hernando county Cr- B. Foster,

other. I June. The edition is exhausted. I HAVE WHAT YOU WANT Caloosa. Lee county; W E Barney. Dining Room open Until midnight., ,Personal '" i

Electrical Supplies. !killed Two across innocent the street negro from barbers the post-were TRY THEM AND' SEE. Alva Petersburg.,, Lee county Hillsborough:-R. L. Raymond.county; St.E. attention,given to special orders, anything y ":

;ofrice.white working at their chairs. '!J.E.CHACEDENTAL W Case Upcohall Lee county; Hon. :.-'
I II Cured Hams. the market offers prepared for the tab1eos ':f
Two other negroes were hauled Virginia F. W.. Wilson. Fort Myers. Lee county; ,.. .2
from a car and stoned and beaten to SURGEON Swift's Premium Hams. Wilford Clarkson. chairman county short notice. See our Refrigerator display >
death, and a negro caught by a small
have a well selected:: stockof democratic executive committee. Tam
crowd was shot through the lungs and Office Commercial Bank Armour's Star Hams.Armour's pa. Hillsborough county: El M. Hendry. .in front of the Store. 0 "_
Electric Fans, in both the badly cut. He will die. Upstairs, Bld'gOCALA Hillsborough county; J. CV Converse ,
A dozen or more have been carried Melrose Breakfast
General Electric Co. and the to the FLA. ,Tarpon' Springs. Hillsborough county; Attentive Walters'and Choice Viands. -
Grady hospital badly wounded Bacon. S. P. Bruton Alva. Lee county. Ik. D. Skilled Cooks _
and every min< te brings some fresh Geiger. ,Apopka. Orange county; Rev. '
\Veetinghoupemake. The latter I Speda.1'Prlce to Regular Boarders 3ED'S
report of an attack upon a negro.In Kingan's Boneless Breakfast H. C. Peelman, Fort Myers, Lee county ,
cost a little more, l but require many cases the police took chargeof Terms, Cash. ; W. M. Hendry. Fort Myers. Lee
negroes who were about to fall into Bacon. county; Captain F. A. Hendry. La-
less: current to operate the hands of the mob and got them Belle, Lee county; Jno. W. Newman. PLACE WEST OF SQUARE
hurriedly out of the way. Diamond X Butter. ,
them. I also in stock A Choice Stock Fort Myers. Lee county; W. E. Griff. ,, :
carry Turned the Hose on Them Stuffed Fort Myers. Lee county; Hon. Robert -

Globes Low the fire call- Mangoes McNameel Tampa.. Hillsberough coun- H. D. HOGAN 'Proprietor.
Fancy High, Finally department was ,
I ed out and several sections of hose Of Fresh Beet, Pork Sweet Midget Pickle in ty; Geo. M. Goolsby. Wauchula DeSoto ,

Lights, etc. were attached to plugs. Water, was county; J. C. Burwell Brook. Ule. )
'thrown on the mobs wherever they And Mutttm Bulk. Hernando county: W. Ross Wallace,
All kinds of electrical work
Estero Lee county; Hon. K L. Evans,
could be reached, and they were scattered Sweet Mixed Pickle in
and repairing done at reasonable only to assemble somewhereelse. Fort Myers.'Lee county: A. O. Oglesby, !
Vegetables Fruits Poultry Bulk Callahan. Nassau county; L N. Weth-. TRUNKS AND VALISES'
prices, under a full guar At midnight Governor Terrell had Eggs Fish Oysters and ers Lake county C. L.. Blttlnger, : _

the riot call sounded, and every militia '" "'" <- Ocala. &TafIon 'county: T. E.. ChllelloArcadia. .
antee. If your lights are out company In the city' was called out, Choice Fresh Family Groc .. DeSoto county W.. 3- Hooker ; -- "'i"I

subject to the orders of the sheriff and hand from rO. Arcadia DeSoto county; T. W, .'-""
need cries
of fix, or you wiring the police. always on K. GROCERY.Phone Henderson. Tallahassee. Leon county; '

done, phone to No. 222. The troops have assembled at their which to do your marketing. 174 R. E. Rose, Tallahassee Leon county: For the Next Thirty PITS We Wifl :

armories and are awaiting orders. Send or bring us or A. P. Jonlan. Punta Gorda. DeSoto
your Give SPECIAL BARGAINS in 'ift
county: T. H. Humphries. Bratden* ,
Not a negro showed his face on ____ "f"r..OC. --
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Walter Tucker. Whitehall street tonight between. 10 tiers and they: will have town. Manatee county; Stephen Mel

and 12 o'clock. Policemen were sta- attention ton. Jacksonville. Duval county; Har- -
tioned on anll of the car lines and prompt J. PHILLIPS 1 ry Lv Brown. St. Augustine, St. Johns SuitCases j
T B. Lanier, Tavares. Lake Trunks Valises
when negroes were seen on the cars county; .. _.. ...
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The Art of they were warned to get off and go W. E. SMITH.No. Contractor and Builder. county; W. K. Jackson. Lakeland Polk -
borne. and not to go to town they county: Phillip Isaacs. Fort Myers and Sattelel

Buying a PianoIs promptly obeyed.An 98 Xorth Magnolia St. Loe Marion county county; Frank; Edward E. Harris Parkinson.Alva Ocala. :. -

Pan! and Specifications Furnished Lee county; A. C. Hires. Ft. De- -'
Something That Ounce of PreventionIs Phone 141 Upon Request .. naud Lee county; R. W Williams St. ; ;
worth a pound\ of cure. There are Denaud. Lee county; Frank.
Everyone Does Not many who are poor hopeless sufferers of, getting consumptives well-, 129 Sooth Third Sled, Fort MyerR. Lee county F B : {

who, if they had taktn care of themselves Ocala Fla. Trlpplns Fort Myers. Lee county; .
Have would now be well. A coughIs McIYER & MACKAYFUNERAL Capt- G. E. Reynolds. Fort Myers.. Lea -: ; jft
the foundation of consumption. Dallard's W. W. Raymond Alva Lee to' travel "
There are many things to horehound Syrup will cure that county county? Taylor Friereon. LaBelle. Lee So If you are going _see .., rimmense'

a ke into consideration- cough. Mr/i. S--. Great Falls Montana DIRECTORS CISTILLED WATER-Free Delivery county? El E. Good La.BeIle. Lee
line before 'Wi "TF
writes: "I have used Ballard'sHorehound county; H. E. English. Alva. Lee .baying. "'>:
sweetness of tone, reliabilityof Syrup in my family for W. S. Fort Myers, Lee
.d Turner
county;
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"E'ars--my children neversuffer with Undertakers and Embalmers _
make, lightness of action: coughs. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly county L T. Baldwin. Ft. Denaud over a car load of Trunks in all sizes; ,
Drugstore. Lee county: W. T. Hull. LmBeHe Lee
and the durability and construction D. E. MclVER M. G. BROWN ZI, county; W. S. Hanson. Fort Myers. Lee and We have Suit Cases --
'ICE styles prices
TAIL END OP THE TYPHOON Undertakers Ni\ F;Zm county; W. B. Powell St. Petersburg: ,
of the case.. I Hillsborough county.
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; Satchels and Telescopes for every and all ..;
Whenever you do decide to Cave the Filipine Islands a Side Swipeas Fine Caskets and Burial Robes I: I Relievedby :
i It Passed Pain From a Burn Fromptly

buy a piano, why not buy it: Manila. Sept. 24. A typhoon has occurred All Work Don. by Licensed Embalmers t Chamberlain's Pain Balm purposes, at any price des, laud. It is, a'' : ,-
and Fully Guaranteed- OCALA ICE & FUEL CO, Ocala Fla. A little f hfld or Michael Strauss.-of
.of a good reliable firm. The: In the Filipines south of Manila.
Vernon Connwas recently In great stock.
The wires 'are down and there Is pleasure to show 'the
no
: pain from a' burn on the band and a* you. .
-Cable Company is today thelargest report of the damage done In the provinces. cold applications only increased the '

music house in the J. Zenas Preston, THE HERMITAGE Inflammation. "Mr. -Straeys came to .
)Il.nllaas; .practically untouched.At Mr. James X. Nichols, a local merchant -
Cavite are arsenal and shippingwere DAIRY for something to stop the rain A.
world. Their-pianos:: are man damaged. Mr. Nichols: says: "I advised him to MclVER & MacKAY :

Typewriters.All :"r-sh and Pure Milk and Cream D. use Chamberlain's Pain Balm and the ;
their
ufactured in own factory The gunboat Arayal is ashore and first apr-icatton drew out the Inflammation ,
several lighters were sunk. l.vered Every Morning at your and gave -mtnedate' relief t _
and their reliability i is un There was no loss of life. DoerPHONE have used this liniment myvelf and V--;
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often for cuts
recommend It
questioned.Write.: WAS A VERY SICK BOY I 150 buros ctrains and very lame tact and Furniture Dealers aad. ,Furnkhers. '. :;;r;:.
for machines guaranteed for: have never known it to disappoint." 7
today prices
us ,
But Cured by Chamberlain's Cholic, For sale by all draggiataHAVE J .
twice i -
others.
as long as 'VOODA
terms and catalogues. Cholera! and Diarrhoea Remedy
1 YOU SOMETHING : ___
"When my boy was two years old YOU WISH TO SELL FRESH HEATS AND VEGETABLES +1 Y "
S The Cable Co. he had a very severe attack of-bowel
complaint, but by the use of Chamber- Big Load for $1 If so. send an advertisement to the .'
lain's Colic Cholera nd" Diarrhoea Second-Hand: Machines from Thrice-a-Week World to be Inserted WesternBeef..Veal. Florida Stall Fed Beef Mettoa Ar: d ,
HO West Bay St. Remedy we brought him out all right." $5.00 In the "Readers' Exchange" *. :,;
says Maggie Hlckox, of Midland :Mich. Up. result Is -
CASHB. The rate ls cheap and the moor's Star Ham Aimotxr Pork Sausage CaVfeage -
This be ,
Tacksonville, Fla. remedy can depended> upon in good. If you have' farm for sale ,
the most Even cholera
seere coses.
or a patent;; or a. business to disposeof -- Rutabagas, 'Ternips. Beets Sweet _
Frank Chase \ infantcm is cured by 1C Follow the .; ,, _.
l\Ianag that might be
plain printed directions and is RIBBONS or any of 1004 things. .
a cure & SUPPLIESSend :
certain. For sale by all druggists. sold or exchanged at a profit,-pot'the ,Pot3 t es..IrbhPo to s.'o ;:;:t=
offer before the reader of th.Thrice
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FOIETSHOMY Elegant new China closets and buffets H. SEYMOUR a-Week World.. Twentyeightwords: W. P.' EDWARDS, ,, ." '1- 2,
' and china closets combined. Call for Catalogue and Prices. .120 $U ''Write for particular to tbe'O"d", : lSAaKET '
._' rx r..cAJwnU cJl!.awn life irises. ani see them at McIver &,MacKay's.iiiiiiiiiii. West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.. Phone J85 New York, i PHONE 108 -.- -. : rr atY : {
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EVENING- ,-- STAR- t lt A Valuable Agent. use made a splendid talk, while ot'l HOW-THIS '- *-I:,[ 'HARRIS'OLIVER ._';I: ,;:f: 4 ;'. 'H.<,ROBINSONrPresident., t ? : ',' --- >? };t -


Harris surpassed himself when be re-i We ..!fer One Hundred Dollars 'Reward -: Sunday evening the home of,thebride's JL H.,ELITCH Manager < :_, J. C, BOOZER, Aast. Manage,. : : .
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t The glycerin*i employed> la Dr. Pkrc+'. ferred to the fact that when the capital for any ease of Catarrh, that cannot -i parents' Mr. and :Mrs. LA01':i '-"* X' :. -

L. BITTINGER 4. CO. medicine greatly enhances the medi- removal was a burning question be cured by HaD Catarrh Cur: iver, twelve mites south of Ocala to .: ;;r* -:GEO.,J. BUTCH, Teller ; _1t.fJ : '
I eintl properties which extracts and F. J. Cheney & Cow Toledo. O. ,
told in solution much better than ako- and Ocala was an applicant he made We. the-undersigned, have known F.. the Pedro section. Mr: W.B. Harris of .

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll 11101 wnokL It>alto pus eive* medicinal i.speech at Fort Myers for Ocala They Cheney for the last 15 years and be-- Oxford and Miss Jennie Oliver were The Strong Hold the, : '-
of Ito own, befog a vafcaoiodemulcent. ; line him perfectly honorable in. all, united In the holy bonds of matrimony. .
Proprietors and Publishers. ,nutritive.intHrptle sod! astilercient told him then that Ocala. was their business transactions and financiallyable Rev. B. F\ Freer of Levon performed

It adds great!? to tie e&Seal choice. He watched the Tote find to carryout any obligations made the eeremonr, and made the service
1 ot the Bias* CJwrrjDirk. Golden COMMERCIAL.BANK
C. L. BITTINGER.! by bis Arm. .
root Stone root and Qo >n'. root. ct- Fort Myers was true 'to, her promise. TPaKUng. Kinnan & Marvin very impressive at the its close extended -

Editor and General ManagerR. tamed in Golden Medical iaJrabdcing This fact and unstinted hospitality Wholesale Druggists Toledo. O.HaTT to the newly wedded pair his lf.QCALA .

chroslc, or lingering eorgh: heartfelt wishes for a long and happy .
Catarrh Cure is taken inter -
they showed the speakers then bad LA.
I. throat and lung a1ttton; his .
R. CARROLL. nally actig directly n-x a the blood union- The groom's best man was
for all o which these agents are rrecm loOt been forgotten, and anything Fort and mucous surfaces of the vystem. brother WIll Harris, and the bride'smail

... City Editor and Business Manager. I mend all:1 t ra j stanil&rd es where medical there Is authorities.In a- waatineawsj Myers asked of Ocala should be hers. Testimonials sent free. Price '?ic...per was Miss Ines-Ross of Gaiter,the Has Upon Publio Confidence 'is Evidenced bIts Lar>fe -

f-1I loss otU appetite. witS He also referred to the question ofdrainage bottle. Sold by all druggists accomplished- and )ratty. teacher of- the -;. ,
weak stomach. as ia the early! stages of Take Halls Family Pills for consti iLevon school. -. and Increasing Bncinet a ,
:
THE EVERGLADES EXCURSION consump: +..1oD. there can be no doubt that and said he was wining to pation. Those present at this hymeneal :, :- -j..:: ",,, i,

glycerine\ act: as a valuable nutritive and take much of this very large question event besides Mr. atid,Mrs. Oliver and
All aboard for Okeechobee" rang aids the Goluen Seal root. Stone root, '
and Black CWrrybsrk iarrorootlag en faith in those why were its present their son. Hugh and wife were Mrs. : c-
root
Quee&'a
the hallways of the ILO.T5M.M.o -
merrily through digestion and building tip>> the"Sh active promoters. An of which Bee Harris: mother of_ the groom thegroom.s GREATREMOVAL
New Bradford Hotel at Fort Myers and strength' controlling the cough brothers Messrs. Will and Au-
trought Mr. Harris applause.The .
great
'Mday morning, September 18. and and bringing: about a healthy roadmen : ru tus and sister Miss Fannie May -
of the whole system. Of coor-e: it inert meeting was one that will do the Harris Mr. and Mrs. W. :u. Lucius.
Ocala Tent Ko. 1109
hurried toilette and breakfast
after a not be expected to work miracle H.illnot
core consumption exct-pt; la its earlier cause of ..dralnap'great good for we K. O. T. :II. it. will bold }lr. Charles Lucius. Mr. Henry Shaw
the river
and walk on the long dock
a .'.*?%. It will steamers Suwannee- and Thos. A. :Kdi- chronic coughs! bronchial and larrn- teen the threatened danger impending Yonge's Hall Wednesday evening Sep- Oxford Rev Freers" family. :Mr. Scrug- SALENo''V

son were boarded by seventy visitors geal troubles, -and chronic eore! throat tember 26. G. W.:Martin RK.. gte's family. David Shaw and wife. Mr
with ,"- In a cte coachs it is ever the people and property of theCaloosa T. D. Commander \\'. R. Shaw and daughters Misses
CaJoosahatrhee Bryan
end the trip up the
cot !o effective.: It is in the lingering
valley, but who said they were Mattie and Sallie, and Miss Ross of
river began. The river is very broadat coughs, or those! of locg standing! even
entitled to relief even Joe Humphriessaid 1 Gaiter Will Lucius and the editor of
wh-n accompanied by bleeding frcm ;
Fert Myers, owing to the heavy vol- the Star of Ocala.
lungs, that it has performed IU meet
he would be willing to aid them I.ISUF.
ume of water coming down the stream marvelous cures. Send for and read the X' The room in which the ceremony
Lttie book of extracts treating of tha te the extent of 100.000 from state was performed was prettily decorated .r going on -, '
is
end is so congested that no current
properties and usea *f the rererat med- funds. from whence the invited guests were ".
apparent until you get past the A. C. leical roots that enter into Dr.Pkrce's '
Golden! Medical Discovery and I learnwhy One thing is certain the idea for the Tulula Lodge. No. 22. I. O O. F, ushered into the dining room for refreshments -
L- railroad bridge some eight miles meets Tuesday evening to which were bountifully
this medicine has scrh a wide range of gatheringwas a brilliant one and every
-wpL Then the banks gradually grow application in'the cure of diseases. It te ronge's Hall. C. Jeffords. N. G. served. If
those who conceived it and put it into are not taking advantage
bigiifT.. the groves show better and sent free. Address Dr H. V. Pierce W E. Bryant Secretary. The occasion was a very pleasantone you ,
Buffalo N. Y. The "Discovery con- execution deserve the highest commendation -
and everybody was social and entertaining -
.vft'1.h1ngent merrily until wertacfced tains alcohol or harmful nabitformtr.f of this to real -
DO :
and be it said to the honor The bride is a decided opportunity secure

Alva where a picnic bad been bottle drug wrapper Ingredients in plain ell Lr.glLh.printed on each of the boahl of trade of Fort Myers it I O.P.O.E.Notice L blonde and as pretty as a picture and -; '

tanproYtsed for the governor and the Sick people, especially dose suffering was their wish that no invited guest her sweet disposition and goodness of bargains in Seasonable Dry -

excursionists. Here the chief executive from diseases of long standing, are invitedto heart have endeared her .to all who
consult Dr. Pierce by letter. free. All should be coerced and whether his k: -- of know her. The groom Is.a hustling Goods'y o u are standing :'in
speech of Session your
made a complimentary correspondence is held a*strictly private coming here changed him mind on the young man of promise and does well
thanking the ladies and Incl4kntally and sacredly confidential. Address Dr, Ocala Lodge No. 851,
especially at whatever he turns his hand. He
B. V. l>Jeree. Buffalo I*.. Y. drainage question was a matter entirely Benevolent and Pro own light. The stock is moving V
touching on the needs of Dr.Plerce's Medical\Adviser is sent fire with the guest and not with tective Order of Elksl has been mostly engaged in the past ,

drainage to the people of this won- an receipt of stamps to pay expense of years In farming but this will be one while have -
mailing only. -Send 21 one-cent stamps those who sent the Invitation. It wasa Regular sessions on 2nd and 4th of Oxford's army of truckers. so come early you a.

4rousalley. for paper-covered,or 21 sumps for cloiaboosdeopy. delightful meeting and sociabilityand /uesdays in each month. Visiting The Star extends congratulationsand

RAn. Syd I* Carter of Gainesville cordiality marked every movement orothers cordially Invited. trusts the young couple may never big variety to select from. Our

of the House Wm. Anderson, Exalted Ruler the in life -
for
candidate speaker regret important step they.
.. followed in a few brief remarks. Bothspeakers about and shuddered to think of. did of the assemblage David S. Williams. Secretary. took Sunday night. immense stock MUST be sold,
I Joe Humphries was. a boy again as
touched a popular chord and not materialize and then the wonder
he recalled the fact that years ago he ATLANTA'S RACE WAR AN OLD RESIDENT'DEAD and sold l quickly hence our offer
applause galore greeted them. grew at this remarkable happening. Itwas >-. ,
helped trail Ziba King's cattl across;
The dinner followed and it was a all because of,the splendid breeze The riots In Atlanta were not sup-
the Caloosa and to recall his youthful Mrs. E. A. Gartrell died at the homeof to sell at 50 ,cents on the ,
teas Two things were evident at that that came across the waters delightfully pressed until sixteen negroes had been her daughter. Mrs. Thomas Babb In .
Impulses to go in swimming, hung his -
killed.
invigorating and exhilarating one of the suburbs of Atlanta last -
read cooking ability and no cooling dollar.
high t
+ |> clothes on a hickory limb and went The city is now full of soldiers sa- Thursday. Mrs. Gartrell lived in Ocala :
everywhere excursionists sat aroundthe
for the children were The
sulcfde
face headforemost into the waters of Lake loons are closed and crowds are not for many years and will be well re- -
in evidence in the carnivalof decks talked, smoked and speculated allowed to form on the streets. -
i membered older citizens.
Hiepochee, quickly followed by Senator by our She I
sociability. and not'until late did the sightseers '1 The honest and industrious negroesof and her husband came to Ocala from

Here the Suwannee our steamer I I "pinch the wick" for the night Henderson of Tallahassee. [ Atlanta of whom there are many North Georgia about the close of the
Going up stream Joe Humphries had to reap the whirlwind the idle' civil war. and she remained here until 1 1UU. The
took on Mr. H. S. English one of the I Every bunk was filled and the corners and vicious of their race bad sown. It Boston Store
spied a maiden fair in the shade of a when she went to Atlanta where
pioneer orange growers who for a end other available space on the boat lovely grove and amidst flower and I i*" more than probable that none of she has lived ever since. Mrs. William

quarter of a century has borne the were occupied l with cots but all slept the victims had been guilty of any Nix of Kendrick Is her daughter, and
fern and with a brilliant'oriental dress
heat and burden of the sun and comfortably for the night In coolness criminal act.The W. E. McGahagin. formerly of Ocala
and peekaboo waving the excursfonUts mob did not confine its violenceto ,
but now of her Dur-
Tampa, grandson.
I I
trought: to perfection and profit a was an Ideal one and became the marI but ill treated white OCALA FLORIDA.COLONIST
I a bon voyage.. "...Joetook.. It as negroes some ing her last years in Atlanta she livel .
beautiful orange grove which is now 'el of the excursionists. people broke the windows of the Kim- with
either
personal. and as soon as Phil Isaacs'orbs her son A. G. Gartrell. or
seriously feeling the effects of the I In the morning after an excellent ball House and many stores. her youngest daughter. Mrs. Thomas
caught sight of the maiden wavIng -
floods and he knows the Impending breakfast for be it said they fed to ] Babb formerly Miss Willie Gartrell.
her Japanese embroidered kerchiefhe A LIVELY TUSSLE
She about 9fr old.
crossed the lake Into the canal was years
danger unless it is averted.As keep, we
,' too had an Inspiration. and all with that old enemy of the race constipation -
we advance the banks of the I that connects HIepochee with often ends In appendicitis.To CAPTAIN TUCKER DEAD
through the trip they could not forget
avoid all serious trouble with
river so does the beauty of the Okeechobee. After the steamers had -
grow the lovely vision. On the return trip stomach liver and bowels, take Dr.
range groves and the evidences of entered these waters and moved aboutin King's New LIfe Pills. They perfectly News reached the city yesterday of

flood are visible on all sides for water I them for some time to give each "Joe" took a position behind the dining regulate these organs. without pain the death at Sanford. of Captain W. DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN
room vestibule and "Philto gain a or discomfort. %5c. at Tydings & Co. Bailey Tucker,. formerly of this city.'
narks are on trees showing an over person; a faint Idea of their extent-
,
lead "Joe" took rest the lee druggists. His sister Miss Annie Tucker left last
on a on
flow of from three to eight feet In 100 miles long and 50 wIde-and a night for Sanford to attend the fun-; TODAY and every day until October 31st th* MISSOURI; .PACIFIC .
side of the boiler each prepared to I
depth and in some instances flooding trackless sawgrass vista to the east I AMERICAN GUNBOAT LOST eraL RAILWAY and IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE will sell cheap
swingtheir sombreros but as fate
the lower floors of the homes of the and southeast for over ,50 miles with Captain Tucker was formerly one of
Colonist Ticket to CALIFORNIA
OREGON ud NORTHWEST.Choice
.
would have it the vision did not materialize I Manila. Sept. 24.It Is reported that Florida most prominent and Influential ,
true at data about the lake's depth, an averageof i II
This was especially ,
growers. the United States Helena has
gunboat
and both these chivalric! men. He held high railroad posi- of two routes to CALIFORNIA. One through SAINT
Ft Denaud. LaBelle and Fort Thompson 17 to 18 feet with an elevation of I' been lost off the Chinese! coast No tions and was the leading citizen of.
youths felt sad over their bitter dis LOUIS KANSAS CITY, SCENIC COLORADO and SALT LAKE
where the banks were still underwater 21 feet above the Atlantic ocean a -j I particulars have been received. Orlando for a number of years.

and the fine prairie-pastures of veritable big bowl that sits on the top I appointment. Even Jordan forgot Captain Tucker's two daughterswere CITY. .The other via MEMPHIS _and EL PASO., TEXAS.
capital fish story long enough to condole I Some rare bargains in Haviland recently married. He lived in' '
Fort Thompson several feet under the of this elevation sending its overflowon I with the boys china at the J; Postoffice Drugstore.The Tampa several years being engaged in Liberal stopovers of five days on California Tickets ani, ten :i' .

rapidly flowing stream which during to the southwest into the Caloosa. newspaper and other work. About ten days on Northwest Tickets. '

the flood out from hatchee river and at every high-water Blitchton Sunday School Convention years ago he figured in a sensational
the of spread
height ,
I What the people of the drainage district will begin Friday and last until No changes. Through Tourists Sleeping Cars every day.
shooting affair at Orlando with Alfred
the people who have
three to eight miles across the valley. period menacing I want down Fort Myers way is for Sunday evening at that enthusiastic -
St. Clair-Abrams. which was the talk
The course of this stream is particu- settled and improved the banks of the 1 the voters of the forty counties not in Sunday school community. As It ot the state'at the time.-Tampa TrIb- HOMESEEKERS -I t lCURSIQliSV(

river beyond. I will represent the Baptists in the west
biiiy serpentine and there was one une. 23rd.SEABOARD.
the drainage district to vote so that
void of excitement end of the county and oil others whose TO ARKANSAS TEXAS OKLAHOMA, LOUISIANA, INDIAN'
return -
Our trip was
called Rope Bend where the crew
spot the of the district
can
people drainage
heart is in the great work a large
AIK LINE TERRITORY AND MEXICO.
had to get out and fasten a rope about or Incident except of the most I tax themselves to relieve themselves lathering is anticipated, and those who

s. tree to swerve the boat around. pleaaant and instructive character, as o* the overflows which are proving no gc will find the hearts and the homesof SPECIAL RATES
Limit Will be Allowed These
I disastrous to them. If lived; down 30 'DaYs on
One of the attractive features of Governor Broward. Captain Rose Engineer you the people open .to the stranger and
there you would cry out for the same visitor $11.95 Atlanta. Ga, and return. Tick- Tickets Which Will be So'd on '
this picturesque stream are the magnificent Newman. with the veteran set treatmentJ. ets on sale Sept 29th and 30th with ,

groves of palmettos. a surprise tlers, were ever ready to tell what they OF INTEREST TO MANY final limit'Oct 7th. Extension available SEPT. and 18. OCT. 2 and 1&

end delight to alL knew o the history of the country. I W. White. editor of the Fraternal to Oct 32. LIBERAL STOPOVERS

At Fort Thompson the venerable Going up "Uncle Steve" Melton oi Record has been appointed D valcounty's Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any $11.95 Atlanta, Ga, and return. Tickets -
case of kidney or bladder trouble that
sale Oct 9h and with
on 16th.
commissioner at the State Go See the New
Captain TT }[. IIendry the old Indian Jacksonville suggested a series of resolutions is not beyond the reach of medicine. Country.
final limit Oct 29th Extension avail
Fair. He is one of the greatest hustlers -
Cfrhter and successful cattle man got' of thanks to the Fort Myers in Florida. 2No medicine .can do more. Sold by able to Oct. 30th. Free Literature Mailed on Request.
I ail dealers. -
aboard and took in the situation, which beard of trade its generous people as $23.75 Richmond Va.and return. Tickets I. E.. REHLANDER,

was not new to him, as he had seen well as those along the river, eta. and I HORSES AND MULES on sale Sept. 30th and Oct. 1st. .
LETTER TO Z. CHAM. BLISS with final limit Oct. 8th. I Traveling Passenger Agent,
and experienced: the ravages of the at Ft. Denaud. the boats got together I
Ocala, Fla. Too will always find at J. R. Martin $20.70 Memphis, Tenn and return.I Chattanooga, Tenn
foods for and knew their par- to hear their purport. Editor Lover- Tickets sale
years I & Co's. exchange stables in Ocala. on Oct. 15th. 16th. 17th
alyzing and deadening effects. ing of the Daily Tampa Globe preparedthe Dear Sir: Here's a tale with three or* and at Hugh ,NIchols' Wildwood station and 18th. with final limit Oct. 30th.

Above Fort Thompson we entered resolutions. That portion referring; four tails to it as good: muses and horses as can Extension available to Nov. SOtbu
Professor Irvine has an academy. be found in Florida. For quality the $21.15 New Orleans, La, and return
Lake Flirt just as night was casting tc hospitality was unanimous but to' prices are reasonable. No trouble to
Mercersburg: Penn. He paints the Tickets en sale Oct. 12th to 15th, inclusive --- ----
its mantel over us. A short distance endorsing the "scheme" several were floors in summer vacation. It usedto show animals. When in need call on with final limit Oct. 20th.
Hugh Nichols proprietor, Ocala or
ibis side of Lake Flirt we passed theft'dty opposed. The matter was then drop- take 90 gallons of paint There were Wildwood. Fla. Ex-tension available to Nov. 30th. THE

channel of the Disston canal. ped until we got to Alva when they two paint: stores there and he used to $34.45 Rock Island, III, and return. ORICINALsHNEflv

buy (one year of one next year of the Have you seen our new line of beau Tickets on sale Oct. 6th. 7th and 8th S
8Dd what the old-timers call -"TheJiapida. were again read., after havingbeen I The idea of Cough Syrup that win act
other) 90 gallons year after year. tiful desks for ladies We would takeit with final limit Oct ICth.

." The channel beyond Lake I somewhat modified. and passed with- Now he paints Devoe; CO gallons; i as a favor if you would,let us show $34.40 Dallas, Texas, and return. Tickets on the bow-nls. and thus assist in expelling

F'llrtas found filled with hyacinths. out a dissenting voice. This ended the and the difference Is a saving of$150 1 them to you. Ocala Furniture Co. on sale Oct. 6th.. with final limit
colds from the system is new and original
I 21 from date of sale.
etc. which in the darkness obscured matter until we reached Fort Mvera a year. days

the course of the water so that it was I and held a meeting at the hotel far a H. C. Fallon was one of those dealers FOR S.ALE-A! good meat hog for $".95 Atlanta, Ga.. and return. Tickets 31 Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.LAXATIV'E .
good man but he wouldn't take sale at the city pound tomorrow. September on sale Oct. 19th 20th., 21st and
difficult to say which was canal and general exchange of sentiments on the up Devoe; so we turned to the other, : 2$. at high noon. 22nd, "with final limit Oct. 30th Ex-

which was overflow, and our captain drainage: and what the visitors thoughtof J. A. Boyd. But Fallon has' found it tension available to Nov. 15th. V

who is an experienced river navigator. Fort Myers and ber generous large- necessary to get a good paint to compete DOCTOR ARE PUZZLEDThe For further information and Pullman -

moved slowly and cautiously around hearted people. For this purpose sen- with Devoe. He got one of the reservations call city ticket office A certain. safe and harmless remedy for "Jr
.
eight honest points. He has a big Kenneth telephone 129.PILES
remarkable of
ator ...Ja.cL"Onf Citrus county was recovery ill Coughs Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough: ,
fcud after much comment excitement
hardware store and is doing an excellent Mclv. of snceboro, lie, Is the subject -
and breathless waiting we moved into_ trade chairman and Editor Layering hardware business; but Boyd. of of much interest to the medical Fiib&i PILES La Grippe Bronchitis, Influenza and all

the clear and unobstructed water of secretary. After the resolutions were course, has the run on paint-bee a fraternity ana wide circle of friends. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Lung and Bronchial affections.. Mothers HONEY
little hardware man. He says of his ease "Owing to severe will cure blind bleeding, ulcerated and
Lake- Hiepochee. a sheet of water some again read Editor Jordan of the Punta inflammation of the throat and con-
We don't care how little or big a itching piles. It absorbs the tumors praise the children' favorite Kennedy's
Cve; miles across. where we anchoredfor Gorda Herald and Editor Joe Hum- gestion of the lungs three doctors gaveme allays the Itching at once acts as a
man is, if he wants good paint and is up to dip, when. at last resort. I poultice,. gives immediate relief. Dr.Williams" Laxative Honey and TarCOUGH ]
rries of the Braidentown Journal de-
the nightIt active and sound. Yours truly induced
was to try Dr. King's New Indian Pile Ointment is pre-
was here the idea of the unknown murred. The former not that he did 10. F. W. Devoe & CaT Discovery, and I am happy to say It pared for piles and itching of the private TAR

land pressed itself on our minds and think drainage a good thing but deem- W. Smith & Co. sell our paint saved my life. Cures the worst parts. Every box is guaranteed.Sold SYRUP
coughs and colds bronchitis tonsilitis by Tydings & Co. By mail 50

et us to speculating that in case the ed the unrestricted power of the proposed DID NOT CARE weak lungs hoarseness and lagnppe." cents and $L Williams Manufacturing Prepared at the Laboratory of E. C. DeWITT A CO., CHICAGO V. .. A.

and amendment too sweeping while Guaranteed at Ty dings &: Co's. drug Company. proprietors. Cleveland. --
governor's scheme goes through *n SiD cuTxa KLO&&OV ITO tn soxzr sxs ** oa ZYZST oma
TO SPEAK TOO SOONIt store. Ohio.
the 'Glades are drained and the muck the latter thought then same, and doubted SOLD BY THE ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLA

lands prove half as fertile and productive if.the "scheme"' was feasible. is now generally conceded by people FOR SALEA Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Acts .. -- ---- ,.. --_.----:---- ----

as scientists claim a half century This led to counter remarks by Mr. who know that the "El Tropico splendid family horse cheap for en Nature's Plan

and all three gentlemen got Havana Smoker. made In our own cash. office.CASTOR.
from cow that country will hold Melton Address this
home town. Is the best' smoker ever I The most successiui medicines are ATLANTIC COAST LINE
half a million people, and be the most somewhat warm under the collar and pat on the market those that air nature. Chamberlains

rateable and productive part of the might have resulted in coffee and un- Whether cigars are made in Tampa. Cough Remedy acts on this plan. Takeit

commonwealth' with railroad and iced Okeechpbee water had not Governor Key West or any other place makesno IA. allay when the you cough have: relieve a cold the and lungs It will aid THROUGH CAR UNE FROM FLORIDA

:learner lines also electric lines plyIng Broward poured diplomatic oica difference; it is the quality of the expectoration, open the secretions and .
tobacco that makes a good smoke. and For Infants and Children.J aid nature in restoring the system to -CONNECTIONSTO --
the troubled waters and set all at :
1ft directions, and put to blush the
not the name of the town on the box a healthy condition. Thousands have

puny efforts made to discredit the pur- peaceful and social quiet which expressed that constitutes a good cigar. Notice The Kind You Hare Always Be gIIt.t testified to Its superior excellence. It THE .Over Its own -rails to Savanna11. Charleston. Richmond

Itself in complimentary remarks the "green band" and take no substitute counteracts any tendency of a cold to EAST I to
poFes of a sincere and intrepid executive '
and Washington. thence via Pennsylvania Ralhray. -
t result in pneumonia. Price 25 cents. .
that Is offered Bears the
.- about Part:Jlyers and her pro- ,. or one you 'Just AIL itsiL ,
Large vise SO cents. For sale by all
as good. as there are none. .,
The dread mosquito. that all spoke gressive people: Our "ililo Deyo" nickel cigar- fred- I SJpa.tureof'Ib@ I druggists TO THEWEST Via Montgomery_ and Louisville & Nashville or via

Among those who spoke were Robert [band) and "Grand Royal" ten and fifteen SEABOARD AIR, 'LINE SCHEDULE I "Dixie Flyer9 Route and Atlanta.

McVamee of Editor Frank cent goods (blue band) need no
Tampa i has "
Florida East Coast Railway Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New
HEALTHY PLANTS Harris of Ocala, Rev. L D. Geiger of further introduction haTing been brought suit in the United States court Arrival and Departure of Trains at TO THEEAST
!smoked for years by the best people Tork. Philadelphia and Boston, via Norfolk> Steamer to New
of Ocala
in Jacksonville for the abrogation I
Rose A. M. Morgan
Captain
Re, lrc tile Apopka.
M t Carcf.l Atte Ua UM : and pronounced "the best" for the
rate on and Savannah and
Well the 3-eeat a mile passenger York. Washington Baltimore via
a. Goer sett of Lake City who owns 120.000 acres price.
that road. If the East Coast road can Day Trams '
Did you ever wee a rosebush ...h1c i- and favored drainage and said Above brands are on sale at first Merchants and Miners Transportation Company for iJalt-
of land I
despite the most beneficent increase the price of transportation Northbound.. ... .......12:57 u.. m. VIA STEAMSHIP: I '.
"f soil-of sunshlne-and of environment atmosphere he was not only willing to pay his tax class! cigar stands the other roads can. and probably' will Southbound... ... ........ 2:%& p. m. I more and Philadelphia. -

_e med never to achieve a healthy but would add a $5000 cheque to help I El Tropico Cigar Factory. also raise rates. Night Trains
growth. Ocala FIa.i Northbound...... ..... ... 2:10 a. m. Key West Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship

A ton of manure will not help a, plant the cause. Senator Henderson who I'(i TORTURE BY SAVAGES Southbound........ ... .... 2:20 a. m. I Company
that has a canker eating out its heart. owns 37.590 acres near Okeechobee. Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold and Havana

Too must d-strov the cause before yott said he also was willing to be taxed; A. J. Kusbaum. Batesvine. Indiana. "Speaking of the torture to which THE. PENINSULAR
can remove the effect writes: "Last year I suffered: for three acme of the savage tribes in the PhilIppines INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE CO. Route of the celebrated trains, New Tork and Florida Special. Florid.;

Ton cannot cur Dandruff: and Baldness The editor of the Star spoke of the I months with a summer cold so distressing subject their captives remindsme OF JACKboNVTLLE: FLA.. and West Indian ,limited Chicago and Florida Limited and DIxIe Flyer*
by rubbing on hair lotions and' unity of sentiment among the people of that it Interfered with my of the intense, suffering!: I enduredfor
rubble! In vase !fne. etc. Fort business I had many of the symptoms three months front inflammation Pays the most liberal sick accident '
Yyers'on the drainage question.IIn r doctor's W 1L Sherman and dath benefits upon the paymentof Quickest Schedules 'Superior Service
You must look to the cave! of the of hay fever and a prescription of the kidneys. says ,
trouble-If s a germ at the roots of did not reach my case of Cushing premiums.
your hair which causes It to fall out. co-operative and determined spirit I took several medicines which seemed until I tried Electric Bitters three bottles The Peninsular. one of the strong For Information as to rates, schedules, etc, consult the Purple- -Folder*>:"
:tn only aggravate my case. Fortunately of which completely cured me.- est insurance companies in the land or communicate with -
Newbro's HerpleMe destroys the germ aJ ;
and healthy hair is the sure remit foretold on the result of the measure; I insisted upon having Foley's Honey Cures liver complaint dyspepsia, blood and has many thousands of policies if W. Carr 'Trar. Pass Agent, J. G.< Kirkland' Tr. Pass .A eat, ;
that these people need relief, were entitled and Tar in the yellow package andit disorders and malriar and restoresthe fore in Florida. AU claims are paid -
.
Tampa. :Fla. .- ',-
dnir1sts. Send We. '
Cold by leading hx promptly demand. Call on or .. \
robust health.Guaranteed upon '
hassince
stamps for sample tc The Htrpicids Co. to it_and must have It. i' quickly used Foleys cured Honey me.< My and wife Tar with weak an by nervous Tydings to 'Co.. drug write 8. P. Broekington, Local Agent T. C White; GenP5s&V; 8W J.Crsig. JMK. TrafficWfimingtOAi VIifsatepr i-:

- T:rings IBch.& Co.. special agents. Ocala I Phil'Isaacs, In introducing: the measX 1 the same success." Sold. by all dealers. gists. Price 60c. office over Teapot .Grocery, Ocala Fix. > -1'" .!- C.- :;;.. ,_ H -.. .

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OCALA. -- ;; '4" "v r...- SEPTEMBER.34, ._ \. ,-PAGE, THftEr.. 4 '" _

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--. ..... ,.. >r."... .... _' J OCALA OCCURRENCES MACCABEES ATTENTION : "
CLOSE FENCET:
f ; flMESH AMERICAN *
I. Supervising Deputy A. C. HamrickIs V >
i Elks mefet tomorrow evening. In the city, and has some very -important -
SCHOOL DAYS ARE NEtR AT'Rilielnaners' HAND .;
and Interesting matter"to ; .,. t+iOf' :
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Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night bring before tent. Every 6r -l i -
i" earnestly requested to be present at 6
the Wednesday. September" 26. See '" ttrEEE iiiE1JEi:111
Maccabees meet Wednesday eve tinting 6 'These
at S ps m, G. W. Martin. R. K.
"1". K. CMERIT' How b f i : : <
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TALKS Case f .. : -- ...;_.._; ?II. "..,
P E Tonge Is putting an awning In -

For Boy's School Sfcoes. I front of his Fort King block. I Charles Peyser Is in receipt of propositions These ;. = '=JEtflR: Will -,
: from halt'a dozen dealers in ; ?
waI.1hIe
Office supplies of an kinds and a leading city in Georgia to handle his Meshes l.- : ,

For Boy's School Suits. blanks a specialty, at the Ocala News high grade cigars. The perplexing __ __ .... .,. __ ,
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Are Company. t' question la 'Whom j jshall be choose. Are.dO = : '
For Boy's School Pants. .- Pigs.
Mr. Peyser has been; branching out. ,. "

Prepared For Boy's School Caps. t I i Mrs expected'George home MacKay Wedn and aday.childrenare He with Is his now superior selling cigars.autos in Call connection around .HEAVY' WIRES.. ,CLOSE MESH. PIG -TIGHT.' ; -

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For Bo\'s School Waists. and see the cute runabouts. Everyman : .:? :: -
Don't fan to try the new fancy in town can secure a mahdne. ,
To Fill 1 drinks and ices at the Anti-Monopoly Call for one. '. Top and bottom bars No. 10, galvanized wire; Intermediate bars, Xo, llt galvanized,"
For Bo School Blouses. l
j s Drugstore. wire *
; Stays No. 12, galvanized wire 12 inches a art; "- -

YourWants. For Boy's Pony Hose. Mr. F: E. Harris and Miss Sara Harris -'I Mr. St. Francis Fowler supreme representative _
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(If the order of Benevolent
left Saturday night for .Jacksonville j '
For Girl's School Shoes. and sailed Sunday morning for 1 I' Knights of America. arrived in LARGE STOCK,. QUlcKSHn'.MENTS.- J
New York where they will spend two town today from Fernandina wherehe

For Girl's Schcol Caps. weeks of pleasure.We instituted a chapter of the order The Largest Stock of : .
'I I I Mr. I* will interview our citizens in : Light ani heavy

For Gir/s School Has. are headquarters, for schoolbooks regard to forming a lodge In Ocala. '. -
'f and school supplies of all kinds. !and the Star bespeaks for him a favorable .HARDWARE SASH DOORS All
Ocala News Co. reception. He comes highly j .
I recommended by )Ir. H. P. Tremble of .

For 200 Pieces Zephyr Ginghamsin = The south bour d A. C. 1* train was i the Fernandina Star, which Is a sufficient ; BLINDS FARM MILL ANI
II an hour late today. guarantee for any man,. ,

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Neat Effect Checks and Plaids Have you Catarrh See W. I. Ditto Mrs.\ A. G. Bigelow. Miss Rose Big- MINERS' SUPPLIES PAINTS
rl for free sample of Dr. Blosser4 Catarrh I elow and Wlllard Bigelow- Jacksonville
who have been Mr. t
Cure and get welL. I visiting Bige

I Oc. Fast Color Percales 1 Oc. I i low and friends at Dunnellon. came OILS ETC. ETC.
:Mr. Frank Ditto made'his wife a up this morning their way home. 1e>z ,
They were aceoninanied by Miss Rosalie --
"Palmetto" last
of tine piano
<= = "' "" .. -.en ,,,,,, '7 71"' .- "present week", as a a.birthday present. lie pur- Cleveland of Dunnellon. t.-:: .. Carried, In Central, Florida. <.' ,. .

chased. the piano from Mr. J A. .Jordan Two passenger 'lawn swings, only We are Exclusive Agents for [I ELLWOOD ,Fence Also.tRDlAZKRE. .- .;;.

$34)0) and you'd better come quick if

MARION FARMSINCORPORATED Bamboo perch screens while they you want one. for they won't last at '

last don't$1.45 care and to carry$1.75.them The over.reason Ocala! We htis pri o. Ocala Furniture Company.FOR MARION: f-l J : CC).


S; I A.. E3 L... E: sa Furniture iTickets Company.: and most RENT convenient-One of the cottages best bribe located HARRY B. CLARKioN,.. General' Malaga. '

for Park's Dramatic: Corn- second ward, House has file rooms ..- ; .
( ) pan can secured at the Ocala News hall and bathroom;; large yard stable < ,

Co s. store where they can_be,reserved.I and woodhouse. Apply at this office 0CAL7: =r.:1 FLJt.J : .


:Mr. Frank Woodbridge of Jackson Messrs Ed Tucker and Jim Farris. .
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GENERAL LIVERYFINE vine has arrived in the city to takea i the Ocala Panama excursionists have
foremanship" with Mclver & Mac- been heard from. From Tampa they Corea Bxc ach 4 -
Kay and will have charge ot the,Holder ,'went to Mobile then to New .Orleans 4

CARRIAGES, BUGGIES residence; job. where they are still waiting for a ves- FOLEYS UDNEY CorrectsIrregularities e
sel to Panama. CURL -
TRAPS CARRYALLS
You can get the Atlanta Journal
SADDLK HORSES, ETC ery day and Sunday at Allan ev.1 N. I. Gottlieb the excellent photographer not risk havicc
news stand for 1; cents ,a week. who has been spending a Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Eright's Disease

month in New York will be home Saturday the reach No ,
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES DOG LOST--Prince," the big and can be found in his studio beyond of medicine. medicine can do more or Diabet s
owned by Mrs. Bohnfield. housekeeperat
over the Teapot Grocery. SOLD BY ALL DEALERS '
the Montezuma, has strayed or been
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stolen He has collar on, with name
HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE Mr D. W. Tompkins' is sick today, "
and number. Return to the hotel and
HORSES BOARDED BY THE MONTH receive liberal reward. and Mallory Liddon is looking after SOCIABILITY FOR BUSY BEES '
S the stable. FUItNI.Tu.nE

A. C. COBB. General Manager.: Mr. Peter Ingram and family are The Maccabees will have ice cream
and cigars at their Wednesday' night .
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having a siege of troubles. :Mrs In "
gram has been very sick for weeks meeting, and,all the members are expected : :: .: .

and Mr. Ingram is far from well. and The bottom layerof ; to be present 't-i". --- '!" # ..: .
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HOTEL WINDLE his! son 1>fr. Arch Ingram, in JacksonVille :. ;
15. 17. 19 E. Forsyth Street is confined to his bed"with a severe a boxof The Park Comedy Company gave Its t -

attack of fe\er I crowded last performance ten The,Saturday play was night evidently to a I It's a" little early: but our fall stock is

:i -'.'. ... New and First.Class in all Try the Victor single cone steel a good one and well performed, as the "
A..) v:1": .. tempered springs, fully guaranteed to & audience was In an almost continuous arriving daily and we are in a position to-
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,- : "'. Appointments last a lifetime, at Mclver & MacKay'a. laugh from beginning to end. The tent I ,
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=, ', : rt- American Plan $2.00 to Dr. W. H Powers and Mr. H. C company left Sunday for Lakeland save you. money. All we ask is a, few
If." Jones left on the 2 o'clock Seaboardtrain CANDIES where it will play this week: This is ,
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./ rnfy: ; 2.50 per day. yesterday for the Manatee river,- a good little company and can be sure minjtes of valuable time to stow

.- f' 1 :! III'-:' European Plan Rooms,one where they will leave the train and brings rfe as masy of large audiences whenever it comes your
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-- / take a boat trip thirty miles down I' s t.! Ocala. :;
.' -- ,.4 : !I 8 I person, 75c. per day and the coast to Lemon Bay where they you through our stock. .

r1 .rttfl"lfJii, :; : up. Speci weekly} rates will inspect the splendid 90-acre grove t L- J9 and surprises Iludnots Rogers. Gallets Colgates !
I of_the Lemon Bay Fruit Company of I and many other fine toilet waters
r1ml 5 t '. ;'f- ;/t !11 Center of City. Near\ all this city. They will return the last 65 tk tog layer j perfumes and soaps. Bath waters a

It!j \, ,UL I Car Lines. Open all the of the leek. specialty. A full line of Nadinola ..
r Yeai UoomsYlthBath! T_ W. TROXLER. goods. T:>dings & Co. phone No. 30. A FEW LEADERSIron ,
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l'.g: ; -; A beautiful new line of oak and ma-
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# $250
designs on display at Mclver & Mac- A, C. I* has been called to Gainesvilleon up.Sideboards .
Kay's. Important business and J G. Hun

C. B. SMITH, Proprietor, Jacksonville! Florida. ry:.: EYE. ter has taken his place until: his return
Mr. E. P. Thagard has returned from ; $ f t.50 4-
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Bus from Depot and Steam Ships Us trip to Hot Springs, Ark. :Mr. T. is, The Ocala News Company is opening .
not so enthusiastic over Hot Springs as an elegant advance line of holiday china
: many others are. He said the weather AND ABUSEThose in all of the most beautiful domestic China Closets $15 and '
I was fearfully hot and he was glad and imported goods. The line is tip*

Uv get back to the cool breezes of Flor- tired eyes of yours the largest the most expensive and
KNIGHT & LANG, i<:a. He said he thought that by goingto the best selection. they have ever carried .-
Hot Springs he would get beyond will stand lots- of abuse: yet j ':
the of his acquaintance but was
surprised rangy to see the many people from there id i a limit to their patience
Successors to S. A STANDLEY & CO. Florida at that famous resort Deputy Marshal- Rowe waS serving OCALA FURNITURE CO.
and their power. papers on Sumter ,Bullock. Geo R.
Smith and W E. Hutson to go to Orlando :
If want a phonograph. absolutely You for
you along
may worry and appear there before the U. .
free read the Star's r *e phonograph -
of Harness offer and supply your home quite a while, but there, will S. commissioner in a peonage case in
A Full Stock Wagons Carriages Buggies, with one. which the managers of the Leslje E. C. SMITH. C. ROBERTS.

Lines time when will Lumber Company are concerned. Those
Sadc111'f and all the Accompanying come a you
) Miss King of Dunnellon 19 years of summoned left this afternoon. -

TURPENTINE WAGONS. age who received .a gunshot wound in regret your present indifference. -
HEAVY FARM AND her left arm. from which paralysis re- Hat wheat 10 cents will surely kill WEATHER FORECAST EPWORTH LEAGUE RECREATIONS _
sulted. was brought to the Ocala hospital mice and rats. All other kinds kept r
Exclusive Agent for the Famous White Hickory Turpentine for treatment Dr. Izlar locatedthe I will give advice in stock also. Tydings & to., phoneNo. Washington Sept.. it.-Rain tonight The following was received too late ,
I you eye 30.
Attention to out of Town Orders. trouble gave her treatment ands and Tuesday. lor Saturday evening's paper
Wagon. Prompt >he returned to her home yesterday and ease at moderate cost. The young people of the Epworth
C. V. Miller while at Lakeland Jut ITI League hare rent three delightful
KNIGHT & LANGOCALA A special- bargain In box paper for DK. D. M. BONET, week purchased a very fine bird-dog STOP: 6vr-nlngs this week.:

the month of September-Whiting's- which he woull not swap for a turpentine A neglected cough or cold may leadto Monday night at a topic party given
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iuuRIDAHealth at 35 50 and 75 cents. Tydings & Co.. Optical Parlors Upstairs in farm. \ "\ serious bronchial or lung troubles. by Mr. and Mrs Geo. L Taylor, the

phone No. 3?. Ocala Fla. Don't fake chances- when Foley Hon- merry voices could be beard_discussing;,.
Gary Building, Mr. W Paxson.. of the turpentine ey-and Tar afford perfect security; the following topics.with their different .
Rev. L. Moore preached to goodaudiences 'and lumber firm of llixson and Pax.i from serious effects of a c l4. Sold partners. -
all dealers.
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yesterday His subject last i sun Lacoochee was In town today L Would I suit you; if not, why?
night was "HelL" He gave biblical descriptions 'and made the Star a pleasant business 2. Th greatest thing in the world
I of the modern sheoL He 1 ai call.: This firm has recently purchased Bamboo and grass screens. work 3. Where have 1 had the beat time?
boxes. nat and skirt boxes etc, the
f f I said it was as much a place of actuality the place of Mr McNelL 4.. The boob and music I love beat.
I prettiest of theneW' furniture novelties -
-- is as was its oppo'i'e. Heaven '. Why have I never married?
) I ; to tie; had only. at Mclver & Mae-
'and warned the degenerate and unredeemed -t Colonel Livingston went to Dunnel Kaya $. Why were you and I sever sweet
More Thcn ,i i to flee to the haven.of security Ion this afternoon. hearts? ..

[ ] / It was a red hot sermon and lost I i Its l 7. Traveling, a help .in the way of _
VeallJhBALLARD'S I $ none of its glow from the vivid delineation Mr Luther Stafford and daughter education tll-.
of the sulphuric depths.A went down to Fort Mvers this after- HOW IS IT DONE? g. The best way to propone. :
noon to visit :Mr. Stofford other chil- 9. How would I rather pass 'my
: r.LAIl03 Ui'o4LII coupon with every 10 cent purchase dren. time?
: at the Ocala News Co.. that Tie grratfif thtsg i* It would seem 10. The funniest experience ot ray
IHENT I puts you in line for a piece of bond- the world ti kerfIt
is home from to be done by
I painted china Mrs. H. G. Haycraft life.Only
= KING few minutes accordedeach
were
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fll J,1/wg loskido her visit to South Carolina Th'ehuman
magic. couple for a topic and much t nand
L f. SNOW OF Mrs. Miles Landers and children -
owa..a I Dainty
merriment were created.
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Mary and Alvin returned Saturday It doa this m a natural way. It Mr: Bate Perdue returned today voice
refreshments were served by Mrs.
THEM ternoon from Boyd Springs Alabama u not a cosmetic or artificial skin from her visit to Mrs., K. W. Agnewat coming from a t
; LINIMENT II : Taylor and an voted,ihe evening to
ALL where antly with they relative spent a; month very pleas- cooing. It simply clean the pore, I Elizabethtown Ky. I 5ii' wooden box, be- one of the most pleasant" ones they

the blood free circulation: had In time. .
give spent a long
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B. Cutler of the G. & G. R. R.wax with all its well
On evening Mrs 3 .A. Boa- -
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Af lD You get your money's worth at the eenora.f: wnokles, ant inset a in the city today. it II
known tones vier the peopleTefT
Ocala News Company, and a coupon clear, he-khjr, well: poom-4 won.la 7-4 care young
her home.
you will always hare food health What Iii' more to a man for a $'5 piece of hand-painted china frequent ue from nom via Straw hat cleaner, euwugn in K and i its mu ia pleasant Quaker party **
than good health? All the mon",y in the world can't make You can see it in the window. cent package to keep your hat nice and All had a. good time and at a late boor a
happiness whirr health is unknown Ballard Snow UnimentCURES keep you young inching and rood clean all rammer Tydings & Co., ThePHONO.GRAPH delicious Ice cream and ek. were

Rheumatism, Cuts, Bums S,rl i1S. Neuralgia' Sir Olin the Grahamrille lumberman looking. ;tie and |l.oo per jar. phone No. 30. served in the pretty dining room.
Sores Stiff Joints. Contracted Muscles. LameOne was in the city today, consulting Thursday evening a most interesting
.1ck and all the IUs that Flesh is Heir to. Dr. Walter Hood about chills and fever Call ft ar; store Professor Workman. principal ofthe and netting peanut party was _
which have bad him In their grip for sample I Ocala High School arrive in town today is now too well given by )Ira. W. C. Bull By the
Who I Knows.J for a week. from his summering in Tennessee. sound of the 'ba.ppy"Toicec.. which
'AntiMonopolyMONTHS He looks the ('Ieture'of health. known to needdescription echoed through ta a open windows -,

; G Scott Salt Lake City, Utah wntw; ** I cannot Our people are great smokers. Many is full of enthusiasm and ready to do par but they took part in the different peanut -
too highly praise your BalLirJ's Snow iinlment for take kindly and even affectionately: to llrtigstore the best educational work for Ocala. game*. and by the looks of the pretty J
the relief of acute rheumau-ui, caused: by sudden change A meerschaum pipe. and pride them- -- the pleasure ofpo.ing carpet of peanut shucks whIch ar.r .
end exposure to tho weather. I also recommend yourliallaru'a selves in having a nice one. If you : The city court disposed of several one rayed the floor later In the evening
Horehound Kvrup for cougba and colds. saw the Treat variety of these beautiful cases this morning. Two damsels of there was nft doubt the young people
These used together fiery all pam.OET pipes at Peysers you 'Would real color who wasted too much time loitering :i is notknO"D Uroroogbrjc. enjoyed themselves.: Thor :

TilE GENUINE. Three Sizes 2Sc. SOc $1.00 ize that young and.old cherished them around the depot were alTe1"tedSaturdlY to everyone.We wtoo missed thede., partic certainly -
and longed for them or he would not 3 and each put up a n bond. sell the Ed- Missed, :; treat. '
keep the assortment he does.FOR ''- -
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appear
GUARANTSBAn Ingram colored drunk vas fined icon Phon'off Mr.. Ballard Snow Liniment Co. RENT-The first! floor of a nand costs.A Fullassortment la "ttnrn, 'today, and reports the visit -
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good residence in the second ward: boles. ho more of a' stork to his borne and now they '
5oo-5o2 North Secocd Street. city and well water Apply at this starstirsiH( sou bur LESSON IN HEALTH .;,,# of reotse'over: 'a prettybaby.girL -

otrce.If taleprnnPNasi records always on hand Your '
ST. LOUIS MISSOURI.
rt Healthy ki ners filter the Impart IF Irs', A REPUTATION {
you will smoke anyhow In spite ties from the blood and unless they do ,:.,leisure hours can be made, you are after --White's Cream V rmifvge '. -
of everything mother bas said. then An the-popeUr colors.L this good health is Impossible Fbleya instructive and has; a wHd wide reputationas .<
-1 Fir Men. Worsted Core makes sound kidney and' very ; enter' ., .
for Kidney ; -flt ail worm destroyers :
sake smoke
mercy's something the best .
you
Sold and Recommended by are not Ashamed of. X-Senator cigarsare lt( sold only is{2.50 lots;Cot of6pairstor I will ney and positively bhloddpr cure diseases all forms It strengthens of kid--! taming with a Phonograph.; I and for its route isfio nce It> en iraprore-weak< --.y. -. Y
lotL55 unthrifty d dreBL -
ton 6pans sod
mild mellow and sweet. 5 cents. all .
the whole system. Sold by .g -
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tan M'ae siz pairs their digestion and
For Laiiesr Fgyr
! THE ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTOREfOLE1SfiONErA.wmTiR. tor 5.a(4 A (..rs for heist *d1sdfaf dealers. their ,food irtrenstheo trtelrsystem --- _< s+; -
We want TOUT prescription t'aJe. and- restores I them, to health z -
'We give the best service possible Puredrugs tea ss n \VANTED' This' office win very I and ,vigor- +aturalto a' child If yell V.m-1,_ c!'
competent prescriptionists. fait much appreciate the loan of the'American twast a beatJaY..JIapJy Ldklld 1 a' $
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jlagazlne (Frank Leslie's for bottle elf '

I.r etstidr.ar sale,-_. N.opiates Kidney<< and Blrttdsr<< flight &send Co,,or phone bring 30 your, trade to Typings! M. FISH EL. Ocala, F.a. Jane: The edition exhausted- f ,I Sold: by ,the:, tt-ItsDrv teee -
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'; A REASON FOR Haw Is Baby Today 1BcUer. i.' STANDARD OIL STRIKES I THE STAB'S' PHENOMENAL .

'i"i I Labor,Union Haw Comm fied a ,War
It .INCOMPATIBILITY: thick you. la fact quite well i. en the Giant Monopoly \ :

EJ To Be Frank I tOrigioal } !,; Fat Pink ro&a4 and white aatr full flesh of dotted Lfs and with xnischUL
The lighthouse keeper bad shown a No cough", no indigestion... I i Oil Company and the labor unions of; -

visitor ores the premises, and the latUr. All,on account of I the country wa* inaugurated SaturdaY I II QTHIS
I II I Wbat will be a. great labor struggle
have Instead of departing after J.I1
you really never t .ewag; rtarted Saturday night when, the em-
there was to be seen sat down oa a I II l ploj'e of the company at 'Whiting; Tnd.

b eaten a true soda cracker I bench and began to at qnesuoui. I walked out to enforce demands which'

TOO Eg-hthou keepers get lone LI.! \ f bad been made for an Increase In wag

f until you have eaten b"-O rI !I _._ 1' es.strike It will Is generally assume gigantic conceded proportionsand that the

A I don't""How j quickly spread to all sections of
u 1 about your wirer I I administered by a mother whose lore the country where the company has

UneedaBiscuit "I never bear her complain." was tempered with common sense. 'f plants or to where their products are.

: i Then you're contented and bappj" She IDOWS that OZOMULS1ON: u used by the'people.
Both sides are firmly determined to
The keeper turned anj looked out tjea a fountain of energy for grown-ups
t have their way In the fight and evHJ'JoaSflible
without reply for home time. tie&., i I too. It stops_waste of flesh. It make* effort will be 'made to carry

turning again, said; plenty of rich blood. For pale feet!. their points It Is expected that within -

"We're both miserable" folk U Is the chief nounsher at Lfe' a short time there being no prospect -

The stranger changed posifon. tbt"mo.ement 'feast It cares Consumption when of settling the difficulty a boy

I The only soda cracker and his manner iaJtcaUiit: taken in timD druggists sell, it- t"Ottm! and other be placed products on, the and company'aoils that all

; which_ is_ all good and that struck be Its had trail.a purpose iu v.ew anl bud SO cents and $1.00 the bottle.. Let a* union people will be asked' to refrain

send youFree from buying anything produced by the
"Wife pine for consptnvr" be asked .1 company, and the unions declare that

always good, protectedfrom "I dan t think so; ie says! notToon -" Sample Bottle by Eail especially. In this way they feel ,that

what's the mater they can. affect the interests of the
strange' hands by a "111 tell you. Dolly Marknam.was a* j I Write letter or postal toOZOMULS1OP1 company and bring it to-terma.GENERAL .-

pretty and aj xi.ce a girl a. ever yoa'tl j I CO..

dust tight, moisture t.C see in the Tillage where I m: mol '.i 08 Pine Street flew York ROBERT E. LEEwsa i

her"She's the greatest general the world has
proof package.NATIONAL c.I pretty a peach DOT" interrupted i ever known. Ballard Snow Liniment -
tlte visitor | is the greatest liniment. Quickly -

BISCUIT COMPANY "We loved eath other just naturally-S 'PIMPLESklldt cures all pains. It is within the
reach of alL T. H. Pointer. Hemp- e
fen right: Into It as soon a* we met I 1 stead. Texa. Writes "This is to cer-

dldn't bare any trouble to get; her air] tify that Ballard's Snow Liniment has
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1 tried all f bird a-hteY tatted
she didn'tbare any trouble to get roe to do BO anT coed bat 1 h_e foaM xbo ri,)i(li&1"e been used in my household for years
VNe were married and. came to lire: In ',, .bead..!...(.. Mr raeeaas full .f p im.i.... an* btack.. and baa been found to be an excellent: HIGH GRADE PHQNOSIUPH PRACTiCAUY FlEE
Arvfrlakmc Ca.earei.her 11 eta J.m liniment ofr rheumatic pains. I am
the little bouse Just on the huL I eontaat.e the .._ e' 'us aid --.e
up
tbem tomi frtsada. 1 feel one srh.a 1 ii.. a the never without itSold by the AntiMonopoly The Star has the pleasure of announcing thatit'has:
had told her that there was a dearth moaae i Hope a as.. a eka.a to recomsead Drugstore l

of neighbors here and she'd bare to be Caaear.i Fred" Co'Wine.'IS Elm EL,Newark.M.J.Fteurat just completed a 'special agreement with the EdwM A.
satisfied with me She said 1 was all LOW ROUND TRIPS VIA THE

., she wanted>tL and when she came wit nest for'feBowtels LOUISVILLE & KASHYILLE RAILWAYThe Denfxam Co., of London, Berlin and New York, under

s delighted with the louse which A very which for a Limited Time_ Only, the Star is enabled to pre
Louisville & Nashville Railroadwill
cozy and comfortable. I was looking
forward to a happy life here by the sell round trip rates from .Jacksonville sent to its subscribers a 7 Denham Phonograph with

sea. whkb I have always loved. i to points shown on dates in- I nickeled brass horn. shown in
1 WWYCATlMRTC dicated. Proportionately low rates: complete, as the illustration.
"I don't know bow It but
was we
hadn't been here from other points. j' This offer is made to subscribers well to old
4t a month before she $3220,, Dallas, Tex. and return. Tick- new as as
:
bejaix to say slurp things to me. she ets sold October i and 7. Final re

who had been a model of amiab lty! I. turn limit 21 days from date of sale. ones.If

and I, who had always prided myselfon .Palatablo PoteBt.TutoGaod.Do Good. $32. 0, Buffalo, N. Y, and return. you are already subscriber, renew your snbsc.riptionfor :

: : t being able to-keep my temper; surprised old Ji..r<.eufcva.balk.,Tbo W_&c.g.a.i.o or Grip.table,le tuped,Sc._CCC.Tea Tickets sold 'October 10. 11-and 12. two months!. and, receive without charge the certificate
myself by giving it back to her. : Gejtfuteod let ears or year moaey back. Final return limit leaving Buffalo
Sterling Remedy Co..Chicago or N.Y. SOS to the
October
Within half an hour after, saying dis- 19. 106. entitling you Phonograph. '
: ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES $19.60, New Orleans, La. and return.
agreeable words to each other wed
The Phonograph be at the store of the Ocala
seen
r RI Tickets sold October 12 to 15, In- may
W ik F both be sorry and would kiss and
make But elusive. Final return limit October Furniture' Companv the well known Phonograph dealersof
up. we kept getting Into 30. By depositing ticket with spe- ,

new quarrels and at last we didn't cial agent at New Orleans and payIng of city.

take the trouble to ,make up. We just fee of 50 cents an extension of '

let It all go without either of us expressing return limit can be secured until When you sign the subscription form you receive a

regret and bean; over a;aln, I November 20 1906.
We loved each other just the same $17.65, Memphis, Tenn,' and return. Phonograph Certificate. Present this certificate at the

T iE MONTEZUMALEASED and would hare been happy it webadu't I Tickets sold October 15. 1C, 17 and Ocala Furniture Company's store and they will deliver the
:'8. Final return limit. October 30.
fallen Into a habit of quarrelIng
about every little thing that came By depositing ticket' with special Phonograph to you, you agreeing to buy at your convenience
at and fee of
agent Memphis paying
FOR TEN YEARSBest up. We. tried to stop it, but .e 50 cents an extension of return limit a few records to play on the machine. You_will need i
couldn't."At I
the end of six months Dolly went 10011. 30 rrny 1906. be secured until November'j records at any rate and the Ocala Furniture Corapaay has

Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. CP-to*Date back to her native tovne had to $57.90 Denver, Colorado Springs or, a complete and upf04.ttestock of the best gold moulded
separate. We didn't say anything Pueblo Colorado and return. Tickets -'
Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to Eat about a divorce but just separated I on sale daily to September 30. records at the regular prices, i. e., 25a for Columbia records '

pined 80 without her that after awhileI Final return limit October 31, 1901.
got my brother to take my place $3&40 Hot Springs, Ark., and return.,and 35c. for' Edison records The Denham Phonograph

V. J. Si1PMATPROPRIETOR.\ here, and I went to see what Doily! limit Tickets 90 on days sale from daily date Final of sale.return ]plays both kinds.' You only have to agree to buy 15 records -

wan! doln;:. I found that she pined form
as I did for her. I stayed a monthIn Phonographs from flu to 150. Over $46.05 Chicago. Ills, and return. Tick- I And you need not buy them faster than one a week,
X400 different records la stock to select ets on sale daily to September 30. i
THE OCKLA AHA INN the town. V\e both bad plenty of I from. ,A. E. Burnett the Jeweler exclusive Final return limit. October 31. 190C. if you don't want to.
friends and went about a good deal i agent for 0ca1A.I '
Daily to September 30. round trip
with them and spent some time by I summer,tourist tickets will be on sale You are not required to pay your subscription in advance

A Pleasant Homelike House ourselves In that whole thirty dayswe I at various resorts.,, Full information except $1 for the first two rnonths. And you pay -
"' didn'tspeak one sharp word to schedules,, time tables, etc., will be furnished -
{ a- _:: 1" ..
each other. I asked her to go back promptly on application. absolutely nothing whatever for the Phonograph, except
<
Elegant Airy Rooms and theM with me. and she agreed that if we G EL HERRING '
of not than to
I charge SI from
could pass another month without a .Y -Fla. Pass Agt. L & N.R. R more cover express charges

; ; :very Choicest Table Board. quarrel she'd do as I asked Te" passed 118 W. Bay St. .Jacksonville Fla. factory and cost of packing.The .
rv
( another mouth in perfect =
peace.then LOW ROUND THIP: 1 I Denham Phonograph the records the
plays same as
Special Rates in Slimmer, to we went back resolved that there I
EXCURSION RATS!
should be no more unhappiness! from: I $30 machines, and plays them just,as clearly and as loudly.But .
-
,
? Weekly and Monthly Boarders. lmr)npatability: of temper"VTe ;.
..1 Via the Atlantic Coast Lin.
r if you want a larger Phonograph at time the
hadn't been back two days before f ., 1 any ,
$11.95, Atlanta Ga. Rate of cue fare
we had a spat .And. bavin? hadone I plus ;S cents. Tickets on sale October ,. Ocala Furniture Company will be glad to allow you $4_
had another. Doll stood it
_s -. .. lr we as 9 and 10. final limit. October 20 1
,___ '" '_ MRS. HATCHELL long as she could" then went, back I tsAt svai"c. Extension of limit ,to ,October 30 !! for your Denham Phonograph, if in good order. ,

', '<, Proprietress. home again. This time> it seemed nee. !I St 4 PACSAGCI may be obtained. I I Take advantage of this offer now. Don't wait for the
'_ : .0-> :" e!
.. : it didn't do for her to be rasped. After I for wood and Iron cds and children's plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale October Star's solicitor to call as this remarkable offer, a $7 Piio&o..
OCALA FLORIDA the child was horn I Joined them both I 19. 20. 21 and %%. final limit October -j tl'
cribs supplied with either bobinct of FREE
be withdrawn time
graph at
and spent a hapny time with them. I l i plain netting. 30. Extension of limit to No- may any .

dnrmg which vre hadn't as before. a t vember 15 may be obtained. I i Why not call at the Ocala Furniture store
j r For Sale by Mclver and MacKay. $15.10 Birmingham Ala. One fare I I I Company's !

Florida East Coast Railway. 'Ind-It seemed quarrel! : that tbe child' oa ht to f, plus 23 14.ce and ts.15 Tickets final limit on sale October, October .today and sign the subscription form there and! gets

-Itpp us from !scraps;; la future. nu3 we i 21. Extension to November 21 may i Phonograph?
e came back. But von know. child for RITE be obtained. I

local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16 .1916. I the first three months ties a lot of colic:, I $37.40, Dallas, Texas. Rate of one fare '"- ---.- .

,. and its mighty trying: to the temper, plus $!. Tickets on sale October t i

SOU'rfl-BOUND-READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND-READ UP. t '!o that now there was some excuse: and i. with final limit 21 days from


..,It NG, Z9 Me.71 M..11kpy for"That wasn't it." Interrupted the f20.95.date of Memphis sale.., Isnn Rate of one I ROUND TRIP AND CHEAP ONE WAY -
I ITATION3.! Qtly fare plus! 25 centn. Tickets on sale
aUt D poly stranger .o on.
October 15. 1C. 17 and 18. with final I
i S 00paa .2O&m I.ir Jacksonrme AI 7 95pm / IlatrSC8pm "At any rate we quarreled more than And tell ua about your aHmenU and learn limit...October 30. Extension of limit RATES TO
.28&ID" '"OutAJaek.ontllle..LY' Il7pm I4lam71ipm ever. The little one Is bOW three years
.. to November 30 be obtained.
_" I Upm ISam may
1010am
"t.AnlrnSUne-
t Wpm 11I6am .... .. ...Hattins. SSlpmlam old, we love; her and each other, but $21.15 New Orleans, La. Rate of one CALIFORNIA &
pl1l 11 chain __ ____Ease Palatka ,veto.t keep o tj; tempers. There being boutHaggard's Tablets fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale NORTHWESTRound

4 813pm iti t ... ,.. k JA Y .4 b5pat e three' of cs. we :10't separate all before Specific> October 12 to 15. Inclusive. with final
7 41pm it : Palatka.- .. _. .._ 6 45 pm I beam .
the cniKl keeps us together; AVe and Suppositoriesthe limit October 30. Extension to :November trip Summer Excursions from alt point Eat to Pacific ...
...
12Gpm: AI.._.__ .,..E anldateo Ty .
.1rI&1D Ly... .-___Sail Mateo .. .._..--AI 8 25pm06pm don't Vant" t) M-parat; we Just wantto 20 may be obtained Coast and :Northwest until September 15th. with s,eelal stopover -
t.--. =old reliable! one for I lacEgatson. Ner- $23.75 Richmond Va. Rate of one
1712pm nUDDel18./ LT SOpmI ki steady but we c n.t. Sometimes ,
i p Upm U Wpm .. __ Dupon' .23pm I IoamI4bpm Tout D-bUity. Coatt,tatxia.Kidney and fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale privileges, good returning to October 21st, nOL
.. I think there's something in tie
113pm __OrmonA......_.. ., 66pm IOOam :
i 2$ and with final '
10 02pm 114pm ...__ DaYt,3 _-. 14spm a 48am wa air to stir:! people! up. SometimesI l EUddcT. Tionbles. IjoA VdaLty and all September 30 limit ," ----- .
.
I 10Upm Il1>pm __.._ Port Orasge- 4 Slain October 8..
_._. _.. ...." 1lbpm album think I am failing or Doll is failing kindred dxaea Pibea eta, Drugs ic3
10Spm OOpm .I.r. .Nea'" Smyrna.- $34X5 Rock Island ilL One fare plus Round trip ticket account Baptist ConTention, San Francls -
ll1C.ua 4 4ipm _._.....,.. _," Lake Helem l00pm I lbpm29am under some bidden disease. But a doetor them at 30:per box.u they will: be teaptrpxid $2. Tickets on sale October i. 7 and
_11 Wain 6 4b5pm OOpm: .I.rl..._.-.'_Orange_Ora CitY!!!)".Junction City_ \\L. 12 1710pm 45 m I 669pmu m looked: us bo'b! over and says we're upon recent: tf price. Ad(2reiHaggard a. final limit to leave Rock Island ."o and Los Angeles. on sale from September 2nd to 14th, final

10 4Spm i lGpm L.. .._. .-. Dew Smyrna A I I OSpm 4 ObamU t all ri;ht. 1 asked him why vre bad tofigbt Specific Co..A1J. t..Ca. October 1C limit October 21ft. '
10pm t 4Opnt ,-.,.. ...." Oak Wll .;.... ,. "Lv t Wpm 8ISam [ and he sshl our physical makeup H2-00, Washington D. C. Sold dally -
11 I.pm 1 16pm At-.....Thusvtfet Obpm I OOam was not harmon:ous." to September 30. All tickets'! limited .. 0 .
loam 5Chm lord Y 1165.m t m to October 3L Cheap Qolonist one ticket to California and Northwest
;
1 fpm It 65am ti:_ Sanford, i Ar 6 m 1110.m I ans niser exclaimed the stracscr Summer tourist rates to an summer way '
1 fpm a 16pm Lr--'Tits.tnis. Ar 205pm "TThsfs that yon say sirT from August 27th to Octc.ba31st. '
.. lesorts. Tickets are on sale daily un-
521tam 11pm ._ ._Co- L. A 2-1pm t 22am.If I'm the director: of an Insane a$: f
} Clam beam .i 4pm :._.......: Uockiedge. : 12Opm f = bunitQmes largely from violating yloin. RemingtonSholes til September 30. with final limit to __P -- 4
Lanalli.
12pm 1247pm
return any time before! or on Oct. 3L
113& 4 IOpm __1Ielbourne .. U rpm t Slam natural laws. Man Is a gregarii 1 i Use the splendid through service of the SOUTHERN PA-
I Mum I 10pm _,,. _ee bvrl.n 11 62am It 63am14Nim For further Information apply to
t 0Qpaa -. -._ ,". c. Lmio... .. ..,,. ... 10 I 5&Ia 12 OOIa"% one animaL Deprive him'ot the earnpany 11101T esiQtT[ nearest agent cr ;J. O. Kirkland Dlv. CIFIC from New Orleans, UNION PACIFIC-from St. Louts or
6 R1& 115pm & Pierce 10 60m i6pmI of others various otbera end be j
: : tl : : j Passenger Agent. Tampa Fla.
SOam 0 Slpm ====.:==.T1bh.tt 1011am lipm breaks Sbct two rOtIP11iGIIt Chicago to destination. with leamship linea to Japan China. etc. .k
1 Siam 14ipm "-".__Eden lo1l3&m U lapin up tp people togetherto t
$4Otm46pm .-.....,.,,. .."enseD .. 1000vm 110pm pass through: the same scenes day Tea years ago wa a good typewriter MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS o
i 8 'Iam I 10 OC'UII' 18 6rpmpm
67pl:1 -
Etna-t j FIT ean&'owua better
.. after typewriter
month after month. and
-. day they
a 20am 7 23pzn Bobe Sound e 6'QD 10 j AtEXTREMELY Write for Rate ,ard information.J. .
*
d 4m 7 4Opm -----We43aplter 6 18&a 10 OOpm11S.m will have to quarrel; they: cant help Today: Is the beat typewriter
lSpm West Palm Bach S 45&m t lOpm140am 1 LOW RATES
It. That Is and I'ai \ laslrtrcta.R .
.tlpm &yntoa I SOam IIllpm my theory testing ....CIIYiIpsTIIHIIIIr ViaSOUTHERN ;T VAN REXSSELAEn Genial: Agent
I S&m S Wpm :_ -Delmy ,- S tin S 5)pm14Mm it. ThtB far roe proved It in every j ,
II 4'pm tort Landerdal___.. 7 9ruat 7 ppm .
**
Slam i "rm Ihn1a .... 7 19am 7 SOpmt case., ta RY.FROM IU Peachtree St.. Atlanta Ga. "
00ua I U.pm Halland&l". 7 Oars I9pm Arising,, the visitor shook the ban of I gin
1 fJI&m 10 2tm l-tnon Cr;,. S Cam Upm riot
1 Satin 10 JIOpm .I.r _._. Miami T y 6 bID 7 01pma the lighthouse keeper left a silver dal- .larsra JACKSONVILLE -
00&Ia LYt__lttamt tAr I O0pm lsrfn, his palm and departed.A ttalldd4riahti.. $10.35 Atlanta Ga.. and return. Tick- '
10 bm Arl. lIomem.t 1LY U SJpm I .
year later a man called at the---:- ets on sale September 29 and 30; tORTHWESTERNOANADAOn
lunatic asylum and asked for the director IIIUq limit. October 7; extension to Octo-
BaffM Parlor Can on train 29 and 73. Eoffet Sleeping Can oa trains gad 99. u.aaL.JgJMt;
ber 22.
1 Daily except faonday. '
smuu .1br- said the latter on $20.70. Richmond Va. and return. the Line of the

list Na19I a1T IN aau l EDE4y Be.111 taI ito.2olMMfaL "'TheChtl1ocse keeper- ," e-oterlD.1 Tickets on sale October 1; limit Oc-

UATPCKT 8IA lCN. Daiti Es.San.. u11pg "Xo.air the eY-If< D its.D 1 D DI Dan? OaBf DaOy foe. wife and I live in briars ....... $<<.70. San Francisco and Los Angeles CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAYOffers =
a town full of pecple was" ,...-.... l.Mwwt t,s...-..... one way (second class). Tickets on
/501 I4bp 61 900 >!1eooaLe.lack.onvnt. 7tna S40a 1 00p t O0 .Sop and know every one of them. Three -,..Orr--..oisekst..__....... sale daily. September 15 to Octo-
10 lOp 124 =4'p 111iI"CovthJackaonvULI.-LY! 152k 63a12b2 662p Sl2p4op1 nights In the week' we go somewhere .f ao1wti .tent t.IHt__tart.w,w.. ttr 3L the Bet Opportunities on the American -
0isat e 6tth 12
Ba61o BW10pi 620p 840p "
10 tip 121 6wp1241p1e4tal". ..AUsntlcReach11ia 711.1215 61Sp600p 8115 or some one comes In. Our fights are Sent..-.here Is the rafted States on $37.00. Washington. D. C. and return. ,
10 14 EO[pU6e AT..11 Mayport.-L. I1* 744 0 UOOn Sop ended. Were- happy I ten" dar*' test w> trove Its aopenorlty Tickets on sale dally to September Continent to
Resells Count. handsome
a book of
ALAN DE FOREST. rateable typewriter information, sad 31: limit October 3L
FEXIXSOAK! AND OCCIDENTAL STEASSHIP COXMCTIOXS MIAMI. name ope. 1'eq1Cet.of aeare.t repreociuatiTe, tree $4&A5, Chicago 111 and return. Tickets DAIRYMEN FARMERS CATTLEMEN. :

SHE FCUND RELIEF 41 op sale dally to September 3d; ,
C1eH C.ss ctio. Made at MIami wlti] Steamships .f( tie P. & 0. S. S. CtaftMj fIr REMINCTONSHOLESMajestic limit. October 3L

If you are troubled with liver eom- Building Chicagoand $54.10 Saratoga, N. Y, and return. Thousands of Settlers have Located there Daring the Past

Havana and Key West claint and have not received help real Jacksonville Fla. r *m via NewYork, allowing ten days'stop Few Years. There's Room for Thousands More.
tUa. Mrs. Mary E. Hammond iloo-lr. over Washington Baltimore -
Two Sailings Each Texas. "I was in poor health-with
Week. Philadelphia or New York. Tickets
liver Uble--tor over a year. Doctors L.ALEXANDERPractical Our "WESTERN "
Booklet CANADA Witt Give Yeas
on sale dally to September 30; limit ,
Trains Discharge: Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers. did me no good and I tried Her October 3L
blue, and three bottles caned me. I
n.Tim.Table Chow the thanes at whteb tales may be a: to arrfv.at and isn'tsay too much for Her bine, all! It :Many other attractive rates. Fen Partlcu rs. Sent.Free.LOW .
fee* tb. .ereral atacioiu,tot their arrival or dcpcrtore at the umes nated U ruaiaateed dope' i,0 a wonderful liver medicine f al- For further information apply to ,
aft to lob Coajjany to be held respouOOa tor any cLaiays army consequence arUtsg tbei%rom. wan have it In the hou!!e. Publish CARPENTER AND BUILDER T. K. McCALL, '

For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information where: you Drugstore.wish. Soil by the Anti.Monopoly City Passenger and Ticket Agent.- RATES FROM ILL.POINT$ TlC. .UIIPE
Careful estimates made on &!I contract JAMES FREEMAN -

"SE! THE TICKET AGENT..ill work. Gives more and- 'better work District P..nger-A..nL .- E.:F..USSHER. General Passenger:Agent, Montreal.Quebec._ "I'6 4I

Kodak time. We nave everything. In for the money than any other 'cooIs .- 108 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla 'E. V SKEfXEK.,Assistant,Traffic Manager, 1 and 4* Scsatyl:: iIiI:
I,. D. RAHNER. .Ast.-wwr Oen'l.; 'Pass.. Aft..5 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA, the line. The Postoffic Drugstore;. netar' the city Pbon 743.,' Fifth Avenue, New York, T.J : -- ; >


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'960310' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPL' 'sip-files00326.jpg'
b841884653a498f0c450c67f07eed837
3a996648bb5b5d1a89bfbbe9d4945f8358cbcc43
describe
'99977' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPM' 'sip-files00326.QC.jpg'
e00f0da9722d93d6d7c0202b6789cf8d
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describe
'11616233' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPN' 'sip-files00326.tif'
14336a38330c97bc93ebbc18eabfa70a
dfe3a86624096e1f3857d86f71cef5d8cb186295
'2012-01-18T19:01:20-05:00'
describe
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
Value offset not word-aligned
'66023' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPO' 'sip-files00326.txt'
e0a54115cac744b35ab69c62b26c4eed
993b453c13d4c62c1be5dddbacda50513d8b7125
describe
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'22864' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPP' 'sip-files00326thm.jpg'
643b76bc05052a92772f93faf173fd8b
74876a6bd9eb5954ceeaaeeab3a299f4ae8eedd2
describe
'1459991' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPQ' 'sip-files00327.jp2'
d57918793dbf94803b92aba0d92b23f2
d3c23ecfb7accdbcf2605de4ca440acfc0fe1907
describe
'971783' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPR' 'sip-files00327.jpg'
804839b31c66c588eeed65d984d04747
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describe
'99826' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPS' 'sip-files00327.QC.jpg'
2b7fee6dbd3c2af9b7361ad1ca6e5a84
690371285846ad20b110d037553e39706dca0f4a
describe
'11675897' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPT' 'sip-files00327.tif'
fbc368f8e88b3d8895ed2f5b2bbb3ce4
09e187bc032703bc6474a6649af9ab90d57ac973
describe
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
Value offset not word-aligned
'62185' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPU' 'sip-files00327.txt'
17062068c270b1936cc1a36286668ba7
f1a562711283c2eef9423799d316d745052b2439
describe
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'22356' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPV' 'sip-files00327thm.jpg'
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describe
'10167' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPW' 'sip-files1906062401.xml'
0c58242182eca0f5c1940289ae3816e5
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describe
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace 'http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc/', but the target namespace of the schema document is 'http://digital.uflib.ufl.edu/metadata/ufdc/'.
'2016-06-03T18:25:57-04:00' 'mixed'
xml resolution
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc/ufdc.xsdhttp://www.loc.gov/standards/xlink.xsd
BROKEN_LINK schema http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc/ufdc.xsd
http://www.loc.gov/standards/xlink.xsd
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "
".
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace 'http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc/', but the target namespace of the schema document is 'http://digital.uflib.ufl.edu/metadata/ufdc/'.
'12530' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZPZ' 'sip-filesUF00075908_02093.mets'
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describe
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace 'http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/', but the target namespace of the schema document is 'http://digital.uflib.ufl.edu/metadata/ufdc2/'.
'2016-06-03T18:25:58-04:00'
xml resolution
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace 'http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/', but the target namespace of the schema document is 'http://digital.uflib.ufl.edu/metadata/ufdc2/'.
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace 'http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/', but the target namespace of the schema document is 'http://digital.uflib.ufl.edu/metadata/ufdc2/'.
'12502' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABVXfileF20090414_AACZQC' 'sip-filesUF00075908_02093.xml'
01dbba6d9b01ee666c3ba2e986b94a3d
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describe
xml resolution
http://www.loc.gov/standards/xlink.xsd
http://www.loc.gov/standards/xlink.xsd