The Ocala evening star.

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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Volome 12 Nomber 46 OCALA, FLORIDA, IrnuKSuLAY, AUGUST 2, 1906 Ftty Cent a MH
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A Fall Supply of
Ice Men of Jacksonville Wili Reduce
S Price, to Reasonable Amount, and
Fan y Cakes IrProsecution Will Cease
Fancy CakiI '

In Bolk and Packages.

Dog Biscuit,
Fancy Prunes,
Vanila Drip Syrup,


Personal Service Alybere, Any Time,
and bWhen needed.
The Question of trnbalmeng and Fun-
eral Directing is a Delicate On0

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trust this Queltion to Those who Appre- ...,. .- .. : ......
catP It's Deliacy, and Whose Know- -... ,,' '
ldg, is ot the Highest Standard 'n. ,; i i,- ,ni

Day Phone No. 10. Ilght 94 and 167

A Choice Stock
<)tf Fresh Beet. Pork
And Mutton,

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Vegetables, Fruits, I'oultr,
1+ggs, Fish, ()Oystrs and DON'T E BLUE
Choice Fresh Famil) Gro' ,,. i-
eices,. always lon hand from in ' .' h; ii\--r
which to do ,ur marketing ,' :.. A,. 1 -
Sen or bring us vour orr- i:- .' n -:,-
dcr, and tLev will have . ,,
prIimpt attention ':uls i ..,\ :..
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Dishonorable Scheme of a German In.
surance Company r to Avoid Paying
And Get Our Prices on Electric Wiring, Fans Its San Francito Losses
San Fran(Ecis. V. August 2.-The
uad ixtures. Trails-Atlantic Pire insurance Com-
pany Sd futL td pay its Sapi Francisco loss
We are also prepared to build and repair claim.
This company carried four million
Telephone Lines and Motors and do Gen- dollars. insurance in thi. city at the
O time if the great calamity and it has
l Repair W crk ,1nw !.itioely refused to pay one dol-
ral repair r lar of the lIsses it has sustained
The company base its refusal on
S p n a RtD gStore the gr,,und that the loses arose from
Shop and Sale Rooms Opposite te Pstoff Drgstore an orhlning catastrophe due to
a visiiatin of Providence for the in-
THE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. deit ait the consqueces of
V hi- h tlh-t p-ilic(ir s of the company
Phone 15. W. MacDONALD, Manager. En" ,.-n -,"l cinl thi,' "clim the
cmn? ny nT tIjfle." faceFs its horde
of pollic' holders and <<-,clines to recog-

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Tulula Lodge. No. 22 I. I O. F.,
mn, ts every Tuesday evening in
eing,'s Hall. E. Jeffords, N. G.
\'. E Bryant, Secretary.

U'ii,-, all kidney, bladder and rheu-
:!t.itei troubhls. Sold by all druggists,
I" (x.t) molth's treatment by mail for
1. l~r. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street,
St. 1luis., Mo. Send for testimonials.
S, .1I1 ( eala by the Anti-Monopoly
r[irug tore@
A grid cow and calf. Cow gives 3
:allons of milk per day. Apply to Ab-
.-r I'Pt, :er. Ocala, Fla.

V-,Wod choppers wanted at the Ocala
Li'nM Company's location at Oak
llu:st. Apply to C. G. Frazler, man-

Fir chihap for cash. a splendid
:ii-ine.-s liot. .i5xl12 feet. best portion
if tie city. Apply at this office.


F. t AM.

A regular communi- \ '
cation of Marion-Dunn Lodge. No. 19,
F. & A. M.. will be held in the temple,
Thursday evening, August 2.
Visiting brothers cordially invited.
N. I. Gottlieb, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Is now serving regular meals at 69

nize one dollar's worth of the claims
and the policyholders are accordingly
Imadl anil Iprparations are being made
tO, (.lec, t th1' bhest mrlans for making
a tight ;,L;iinst thle company to en-
for e li- ri;ytnrv i' of the claims.
never cry as dn children who are suf-
fefirnE from hunger. Such is the cause
,if all hahy' who cry and are treated
ftir sickness whrn they really are suf-
fering fr,"', hungi-r. This is caused
from thirir food noit being assimilated


Most people are now "taking life eay,"
but work time will soon come. We are

ready to help now or later on.

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CAPITAL, $50,000



Makes loans rn proportion to the business given it by
depositors. In other words: Your money in bank
when you don't need it: the bank's money loaned to
you when you do need it. .

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cents, also board at $6 per week, and I but deo:rured by worms. A few aosesa l bA
will continue'serving orders a la carte of Whit '- arnam Vermituge will
G. R. TROXLER, Proprietor. can Ih#-m taMC crlrng and begin
according to bill of fare. ca?.- ihm t,, ,'ease crving and begin
G. R. TROXLER, Proprietor. to hri-ve at I,nce. (ive it a trial. Sold
hb thl- Adti -.Monpoly Drugstore. *
summer Diarrhoea in Children I THE BREAKERS Is second to none in location and belh attracti-n. I
g the hot w th of tI I FINLAND s the ideal hotel for summer tourists. Situated. upon a high blff oversook-
During the hot weather of te su- FIERCE FIGHTING IN FINLAND g the ocean, and less than two hundred feet from the rolling surf. It com-
mer months the first annual looseness -- bines the benefits of an ocean, voyage with the pleasures of a shore resort
of a child's bowels should have im- Majority of the Garrison of Sveaborgi The rooms ar large all outside, en suite ani single with baths, and thor-
mediate attention, so as to check the Revolted and Fought a Pitched Bat- roughly screened. The dining room is e o n e and one of the int
disease before it becomes serious. All "r ndSailorsattractive rooms of the hotel. Electric lighting, telephone service amd Imme-
disease before it becomes serious. All tie With Loyal Soldiers and Sailor diate connection with an up-to-date livery.
that is necessary is a few doses of Bus will meet all trains.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Hlsing Augt -A gigantic In addition to the Breakers it has bi n i oasible to add the us oft th
Diarrhoea Remedy, followed by a dose milital'v conlspiacy, ailing at the si- Clarendon bath houses, bowling alley. pCol tqles, dancing pavilion, aad the
of castor oil to cleanse the system. multaneous (ca,tur of R ussia's three famous Clarendon fishing pier. The table will maintain the high standard to
Rev. M. O. Stockland, pastor of the great se:n furtriosses. 'ronstadt. Sebas- which Mr. Holt pledges himself, wherever he assumes the management
first M. E. church, Little Falls, Minn., t(ip'l *andl Sveaborg. arranged by the The remarkable record for healthfulness, especially for children, t a
writes: "We have used Chamberlain's rev-",lutinii;try military league, was well established feature.h
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- ntiung hre Tuesday The proof of all is to Join with the many who.are booking for the imaL
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- sprung hre Tuesday rFor rates and reservations apply to
edy for several years, and find it a night by an attempt to arrest members
very valuable remedy, especially for of a company of sappers o who had mu- R
Summer disorders in children." Sold j tiii,.1 ,iin na',munt of the death of one HS IS EABREEZ I
by all druggists. j ,f their .rtanii'les. allee-d to have been BE J. LORI DA.
dure lt i!ltrea; im nt.
S The entire gari i ,ion of the fortress at
Sveahborg ti n: l ,out instantly in re-
BRIDGES ''l. ~ ; 'n artillerymn and sappers l n n
Only fouri:r ning h laes of re Involved.
COnily fur(l cimpanie-s of infantrymen nRn N N R 1 1M I

--Dispenser of-

Ice Cream and Cold Drinks,



e of all Popular Brands o Cigars


Fr;sh and PurY Milk and Cream De ,;, ;;' '. 2 a- (Comllel in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under
I.tered Every Morning at Your 1 it4 0 1-, I ll .A' t' p
I..ered Every Morning at Youri ,l , ,, ,, t elltric fans. Don't forget the place.
PHONE 150 fUiti ltuit l .- ,i x,,h .
Electrical SetppTles. Next to Munroe & Chambliss' Bank.
I lav\e a well elected stxo k t"" t or H I. ,'a1 -. l f i '. sin
if Ele,-tr'ic I'a1lks. ill )thlli ti\-.he tnInI MeARtION FAR M S
I'l-IfiTIL: ^1111 'I, M ARION FARM S
ellral Ele(tri( ('. and the ,,,.,- , I. fit .:, j.:. ,, .'M
\ 'st illg iholuse make. The latN- ,. t ,, ,- ,,,e I l,, i h
it'r -o)st a little more. but re-- 1kn -x f,,,, e "-, ,. i- (INCORPORATED)
sUtwe1 lt i,. it to t. il Wi. '. ii y x.if-." (INCORPORATED)
quirt l es' s ', (-iirrent t~o op rate'1111i- -tr,,\ th t,. r ttit,. and
t 1h1e1. I also0 S-nnv re'funlt1'd A Tv GENERAL LIVERY
11ii 'obes. Iigil. L i aln, $1. T ir, It.. s ;'r-e.
i -. ,,... .~trIl f' A STEP IN TIME TRAPS, CARRYALLS,

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;11il repairinlg done at rearoln-l ',rsi.'- nt R .-. :: :ti, e,. :,.tar? iti
:tlhl' prices. under a full guar- ,t i: i, ., '. i ,, FINE VEH,
:11110'. If your lights are oout ,; ,,. -,i ,. .- IIORSES AND MU
of lix. or you need wiriug ,t ,'i 1 ,i.. :; r:l
Wat Tuck~r, H .A.C.
at \'Vi. ti'is of h;;-y :',-v.x r *r \ i' lxp..- ritr ne
ei-'d t hlen.t'i! t.\ t .x rh. I .-y's Ho Vney ___
Spencer & Smiths ai T:. a i" - ,.: ,.:" l: ,ti air I
la .-.a ,e ,r ,ti .i i* ,. d :t to t 1
The Art of *". -: 1 i
Buying a Piano
Is Something That SPECIAL RATES: *
Everyone Does Not $18.25. Monteaqe. Tenn.. and return. i
HlaTe "it ; :' 9 CA EFULLY
Au irst It; an.- S. .. th and limit U
A,,r. av 11.11%,tingt ::) Dining Row
"$16.85. Columbia. S. C.. and return.

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-\\It lH'SSr t If tone. reliability 1$17.70. Asheville. N. C. and return.
iii i!;;kt.. lihg itne : of action: -: ,
S1 l lraliHlity and < l. ; : :: .
$S'8.25. Monteag!e. Tenn.. end return.
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COBB, General Manager


First Class Meal

m open umtil midnight. Personal

remnainted loyal.
The mutine-rs seized forty machine
gups andi prt-tically all the quick fir-
er and lihit artillery in the fortress,
and lighting has leen going on ever
since. The mutin>eers would have un-
doubtedly have \\ on had it not been
for the aiid given the loyal troops by
the fleett. Evei with that, the fire
,pouro'dl into the warships in the har-
bor by thet mutineers in the forts was
so hoit that thy-, w-ere compelled to
slip their cables and steam out of
range of small arms and rapid fire
guns, but from some distance out at
sea they were able to use their heavy
artille-ry to adlv'rntaie. At 10 o'clock
this morning the forts anl warships still exchanging broadsides. The
li,ss hl:.i lien \-very heavy on both
sides. The r-evlutionists have torn
up the track in many places and burn-
ed sf-vetil af the bridges on the rail-
roal t, St. Pirtorshurg. thus preventing
reinforcements for the loyal trps
from arriving.
Has r+eertly been discovere'l. It bears
a close resemblance to the malaria
germ. To free the system from dis-
case germs. the most effective remedy
is Dr. King's New Life Pills. Guaran-
teed to cure all diseases due to mala-
ria p, ison and constipation. 25 cents
at T\vlingz & Co's. drugstore.
A Jatk.-snvill- miulatto named Paul
Daniel cnmmit'-ed siuitcide yesterday,
after swl],otl a;t! rrl,bably fatally
woundlin" his l.-,it girl.
What a New Jersey Editor Says
M. T Ly.nch. -Iitr if the Phillips-
burg. N. J. DI)lly Post. writes: "I have
usedl mnny kindsl of medicines for
coughs anld ,idti in my family but
nkevrfr :l:!thrlig >,, g"", is Foley's
Hefn' a ;Il Ti:r. I cannot t say too
muth in ;ra'i- of it." Sold by all
Via the Atlantic Coast Line



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Have You Everything You Need For It?

We Have Just Received Some Fine Dis-
ing Room Furniture, Such as







It will be a Great Pleasure to Show
Them to You and Give Prices.





(Standlev's Old Stand.)

The Best
Carriages and Buggies.

i Dr"mrpe's Bl* Aat
Given Special AttestM.

$18.25. Monteagle, Tenn. June 29, 20, ;
July 3. 5, 2', 2, 1,and August 16, 17, Good Trfveltag Careful DIrves
limited to August 31. Extension on
Saynwent ,lifferenee between fare bt
I:ai ,a:d su um:ner tourist rate can be Gentle Horses. Stytsh Rtig
L:lit ur.;il ict obt -r 31.
$36.65. St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.
I. - Ti, sal'- August D. W TOM PKINS, Prprietor.
], 1 ; 1 1 .. h tinal limit August
S i;x-',-;". t, ,-ptember 0o may Phone 124. Ocala, Fla. West a Soqare
42..00. Washington, D. C. Sold daily
t), S- -.i. r `v. A1 tickets limited
$6210. Mexizo City, Mexico. Rate ofiTI fiT h! PnIIQ IIMP

Choice Candies,
Full Linm

attention given to special orders, aathig
the market offers prepared for the table on
short notice. See our Refrigerator display
in front of the Store.
SItrl C~roonI Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands
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Proprietors and Publishers.

Editor and Genera Manager

City Editor and Business Manager.

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The Best Beer Is Possible Only With
lEght -Dy Malt-A Scientific Fact
About Brewing.


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At Tampa Are in Good Condition for
Naval Reserves, but a Trifle Moist
for Infantry and Artillery

; .t.'f" r T ;:-: T!;. catI p grounds are in mis-
:':,',-' 4 "l-.liiu..n is co)ncded by the
S, .. i ;:.' i- fic-rs. who have recently
:-1i-i th sit-. The heavy rains of
l ; !ay -,r two have flooded the
& CO. :. uni.!. anl the place is now a veri-
;:','!." f", p lndu.
C:!ia. F-orida T'i.- .4 .i.4-7' en some parts of the
Sr-,:r:!...ld is juick to drain off. but in
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A Full Stock of Wagons, Carriages, Boggies,. Harm
Saddlery and all the Accompanying Liea


Exclusive Agents for the Famous White Hickory Turpea-
tine Wagon. Prompt Attention tooutof Town Orders.


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W estern Valt FVlo tla tall Fed B id Maos, sA
more's Stau Ham, Artmo's P i Stim, Cua
bagr, Rtabagas, Turaip, Bta, Swld
Potaor Itrih Potato, paSnos "Omna
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'..::- '-iv,-)rsals Fpster and Sackett will W. P. EDW ARDS.
:;; ;', w the troops to pitch their PHONE 108 ......... CITY MARKET

TI:a,. "iny season being at hand is
:'...:-. fo su, h a condition. and M I G I iALA P E GL m
,: ., is n,,t any prospect of this CIV KAY ALA
v:tilh r letting up. andR in consequence YER c J. F. WILLIA 0i Pep
At is thought that the grounds will re- J. '. WILIADOmfc P
!ii,., ; at Ipr".s.nt unless Providence ruIN KAL DIRECTORS
:. ',:!,1 ,,,iv- ,i, the rescue of Tamna UndWe Make a 9Spcialty of Led .Shir
i, -,-.- t., it that the skies are clenr- Unr and Ebali of All Kied
4714'.! ,lhs is-s if showers come to 0.
)Ihis ei ,,f showers come to D. E. McIVER M. G. BROWN
I ,-Undertaker F.a Reasenable---AM Gef PrP d
; 1i., ..f being lo'w. the grounds Uannd Clesked on esart i--, and D -
., '*,-Fitful f",r the- encampment. Fine Caskets and Burial Robes '
,1,l i: hi, weather was only at its best CN8 1M kta d Bur PrenMtly.
'. r,. t!,-aant site could be found All Work Done by Licened Em- PHO E
::,y . i the state.-Tampa Herald. balmer and Fully Guaranteed PHONE 16


Build Complete, and Ready to Occopy, Cot-

tages and Residences, and Frnish Them

From Cellar to Garret with Every-

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Ilouses, etc.

Construct and Equip
Phosphate Plants of any size, and a com-
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Carried in stock.

Build Bridges,
Andii in fact. do any and all kinds of con-
struction work. Repairs and changes on
all kinds of buildings.

Deep Wells Swk

Any size or to any depth desired.

Painting, Pape" Haag,

Interior decorating, roofing, etc. A com
petent and skilled corps of of workmen al
ways ready to take charge of work.

B ildr's Material

We carry at all times an immune stock of
Builder's Material Lime, Brick, Plastw,
Shingles, Lath, Paints, Oils, Roofing
Cement, Sewer Pipe, etc.

Sendd us your orders. We carry by rar, the largest, best and most varied stock in Cea
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A V- !s Line of Men's and Bays' Clothe ng, Shoes, Hats and Furntsnings ot ANl
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HOTEL WINDLE, 15. 17, 19 E. Forsyth Street,

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I The readers of this paper will be Whils- Iadirg ok cordwood into
M;f-,r- ns-et this evening. Ileased to learn that there ir at least a .car y-s* -rlay at Martin. one of Mr.
one dreaded disease that science has J M. Meffert's colored laborers had
t been able to cure in all its stages, and one <-f his thumbs cut off as smoothly
hea ,- meet tomorrow night, that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure a.: if done with a sharp knife, by being
is the only positive cure now known struck with the sharp edge of a stick
L:nct'ad,- at tht- Postoffice Drugstore., to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be- ,f w(o,-d. where it had been split into
--- ing a constitutional disease, requires quarteis.
S- .n*:- rare baraltns In Haviland I a constitutional treatment. Hall's






M'i- Rhodla Lili'on leaves tomorrow
f,, "!';"ita t'o visit friends there and
iiat 'li South Florida points.

New and First-Class in all A lA,-i'tiful new line of oak and ma-
S and mis as,,.y ic cabinets. in the newest
Appointments is, on lisplhy at Melver & Mac-

.\A11Ti .n i-alt IE l l' ittman returned this morning
S..5)0 ] -l'i l \ f, t.n a succe-,ssful business trip to In-
Ellro)l)an Pll I nl. li(K)is. 4onc .rnie-s
lprsoil. 7;..' lp.o day and
A special bargain in box paper for
II)p. Sl<.l4;il Wt. k1f lates. ,nn:ih .,f July-Whiting's-at 35, 50
('eteir of (' itv. ll .n1u 75 cents. Tydings & Co., phone
('ir Lin-s. O()piall tlie s. o.0.
SY i looms ll ithliBatli T .I .. ., ., h r- ,t.o

Extra larget.

Catarrh Curels taken internally, acting; Ain-ing thoe who went down on
directly upon the blood and mucous Agent Duncan's speciAl Lak- We-ir
surfaces of the system, thereby de- car excursion this afternoon were
stroying the foundation of the disease. Harvey 5Clark. his mother, Mrs. W. H.
and giving the patient strength by Clark. and her niece. Miss Carrie
building up the constitution and as- Gardner. of Texas. Mrs. Howard Clark.
sisting nature inr, doing its w.ork. The Owen ('lark. Collie Clark. little Eliza-
proprietors have so much faith in its : beth P-en:et: Mrs Hals-v. Mrs. George
curative powers that they offer One H-,ugh. Misses Ruby and Lillian Far-
Hundred Dollars for any case that its; ris. Miss Gertrude Kaimer. Mrs. Geo.
falls to cure. Send for list of testi-. L. Taylor. Messrs. J. T. Jones. Felix
mnials. Address: j Schneider. A. EL Campbell, Misees
F. J Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio. Margaret and Florence Walters, Holmes
Sold by drugists. 75c. Walters. Miss Abble McCarthy. Mr.
Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's and Mrs. Charles Phillips, W. J. Cham-
Family Pills for constipatio bers. Tex Martin and son. Herbert, Ed
DoLong and wife. Dr. Izlar. M. M. Lit-
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and little Merris tle and family. Mrs. Hugh Haycraft
will go to Seabreeze Saturday to spend I and daughter. Walter Tucker. Fred
a few weeks. Mr. Carroll will go over Vogt. Mr. Bryant and wife. Miss Edith
with them to spend a few days. Needham and Peter Mclntyre. with
several others whose names escape us.
The entire excursion was in charge of
El Burello Cigar Co., Tampa, Fla.. ent xcurson wa in cha of
will guarantee X-Senator cigars to ent Duncan
smoke better and give more satisfac-
tion generally than most 10 cent cigars. Mr. Hampton son of Hon. W. W.
For sale at all leading stands. 5 cents. Hampton of Gainesville. who has been
with the surveying corps of the G. &
G. .R. R.. came up yesterday and re-
It is worthy of note that Mr. Charloh-s it t uvarni g st Mr and r.
remained over night with Mr. and Mrs.
Rheinauer gave his entire force a half (',ron, and went n to Gainesville to-
holiday and paid the fares to Lake da.rm an to lle to-
Weir and return, as did also Will J.
Miss Nellie Anderson, the accom-
We want your prescription trade. p.ished saleiady at Nath's, returned
We give the best service possible. Pure m r vt to hr ter at
drugs, competent prescriptionlsts, fair
prices and prompt delivery. Please Prf. J. J. rinson of Rollins Col
send or bring your trade to Tydings leg*- is in the city today from his Eu-
& Co.. phone 30. reka home. on his way to the Oxford
Mr. H. D. Woods. one of the enter-
prising citizens of Evinston. was in Mrs. W. S. Miller of St. Petersburg,
the city Tuesday and paid his respects who visited Mrs. W. D. Tompkins for
to the Star. a few days. went to Micanopy yes-
tt-rlay to# friends there.
A fine residence lot. suitable for a

-a t the- Postoffice Drugstore.

"M1. .1 1 ''ha,- and children have
r 1s Ss-ahrK-ze.

--' ; l,.i ;..ip: t,;, kt-t electric lights:
: ; *- Y,-,nge & 4 iie.

S -.- is n.w in charge of the
.r at West's Inverness mill.

I.,'n't fall to try the new fancy
dri.i .nd ices at the Anti-Monopoly
I g-tore.

-s':,:.- 1'., ji., t lIn.- pe trr Newton A.
1;i:. ", Is. izi the- city y sterday

S'aln -r q Tdtloion Soap ror eruptions
',! --k;i, diseases at the Postofflce

1;,i- H.l,.4r(',. sns- of the excellent
i 7;;.. ,.f ,I''-,tt.n Plant. v-was in town

lV -]l f';rIishP., rooms; low summer
l at'Z. Lock box 207, St. Petersburg,

T,..-. *.aia Pr.-ssing Club continues
..* *.;.. ;- l \w rk. and its trade is in-

i:; .ii il \s hina closets and but-
'- .' i 5inr. ,l,,'is .s.ts ,-onibined. Call
S*. ri. at Mi lvr & MacKay's. Hopkins and Miss May
i -;I.:a- s %t- fo ,r Ss-abreeze tomorrow.
T, .,. ill .ts,, ;lat thit Itreakers.

I t S.\ll-- 'ne good e'entle horse,
S:.; \!' y t -,t N 47. N. Main St..

.\1. -- IH W L.on,-. J .M .Meffert
.,i! i .1 s, ..j..-;! w -r-. ,m ng the din-
.. M tlii -ti a today.

\'. A NTIl-- -T1l'\,ii t-se sisters and three
*n ;l h!. .:-. .Aldri-ss. \V J. Liohrig,

.l larirg:ariet Anderson and her
':-. \\'illiamin. wt.nt over to Sea-
hi- i fti- iinoon..

T ''i tie Vi'tor, single cone, steel
:,:;-. *.1 springs. fully guaranteed to
.t-1 at lif.-titiis. at Mclver & MacKay's.

.M .1 M .M-ff-ert \%ill go to Sea-
.,.* v ,: i'..,,rn \\o to sp*-lnd a few days
hi,- .a nily

M .Iv.r & lMa * I.'- tr,.c--s and ranges. This firm
'.\-.:-i! ca:r.s of stoves pet year.


I Born. Wednesday morning, to Mr.
ail Mrs. R. A. Witter, a fine seven-
pound baby girl. Mother and baby are
doing well Dr Powers was the at-
telndling physician.

For Infants amd Childaim
The K You Haveis Alwap BetM
I Bears the
Signature of

Mr. Emmett Robinson has gone to
Tampa. Orlando and other South Flor-
ida points on business for the South
'Florida Naval Stores Company.


Rev. W. C. Lindsay is improving un-
der the effects of North Georgia air.
and he exepcts in a few days to leave
for the coast of Virignia.

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Best Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Upt4o-I~t
Clean and Well Furnisted Rooms and Plenty to Est


The registration books will be open
in Ocala on Thursday, Friday and Sat-
urday of each week from the 9th day
of August until the second Saturday
In October at the abstract office ot Mr.
Cly att. J. Donald Ferguson,
Supervisor of Registration.

Mr. J. P. Fretwell, a former mill
man and trucker of Coleman. but now
of Decatur Ga., was In town today on
his return home, having been down to
Coleman looking over his property.

L. F. Ballard came up from the lake
this afternoon, after a ten days' visit,
during which he combined business
with pleasure.



ONCE could see,
but now I can.
AM over worked.
What a story of
suffering, abuse
and neglect your eyes would
tell if they could talk. How
they cry for help as the bright
sunlight, traveling ten feet
from the glaring pavement, or
95,000,000 miles thro' space,
hurls its rays upon a delicate
and overworked retina. Call
on DR. D. M. BoINE, Eyesight
Specialist, Optical Parlors in
4ary Building, Ocala, Fla.
He will examine them and
put them at ease.


All machines guaranteed fur
twice as long as othem.

$5.00 UP.


Send for catalogue and
prices. 120 West Bay street,
Jacksonville, Fla.

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:]:'! .r, returned from his vacation
' ist iight.

Jacksonville, Florida. If ant a splendid business lot,

lus fronm I)elM)t and Steam Shlips.

Florida East Coast Railway.

Local Time Card No. 65
'.dpT 111 I NL -PE%! VO') .bv

11. 99
Es a
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In Effect April 16, 1906.


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1,i l1 ;: few f.*-t-from the frontage on
.l\ .iajiir.". at a low cash figure, in-
i':i!-. :i! th-e Star office.

v_ I' of Flemington, was in
i,,\', :i d.t, acsnipanied by Mrs. C.
.' Sun;io k.

Rat Wheat. 10 cents, will surely kill
,iii e ni1l rats. All other kinds kept
11 ,.k also. Tydings & Co., phone
N. 3s.

SOxfordt was represented in the city
Tuesd:iv by S. A. Smith and W. 0.
j .Ciu,. itwo of its bright young men.

iV ,hnbou and1 grass screens, work
I xe-S,. !:nt anil skirt boyes, etc., the
S:.1 i.f- ,,t" the new furniture novel-
I.. hie hadil only at Mclvei & Mac-

V. Mcl{ain.y. the turpentine and
s;. inill mnan of fWildwood was in
' 'V. T" !s,l-'t\tv

1" SA .LE-A few eood second
: .: ,s 'fr sale at a bargain.
S, :: t he Marion Farms Stables,
' . ..I, ln .

J \\ '.ut.r. a prominent factor in
]' it, hItn section. was in town

ST:aw hat cleaner; enough In 25
-nt ,ac'kage to keep your hat nice and
a, a:l the- summer. Tydings & Co.,
- I; 1,,i N ,,. 20.

S r. }li .nYil J R. 'ittman. two
: ', .uni mtu' ker.-- if Co'leman,
". :. \\ Tu-sday.v.

i(<* SALF-\I.-Five goid show cases.
S.. ,. Apply to Jake Klein.

S I ':a e ,f K'nirick has the


cottage, on Fort King avenue, going at
the low price of $550, If sold Immedi-
ately. Ditto & Maloney.

Horace Harrold. one of the faithful
mail carriers, and family went down
to Lake Weir yesterday fr several
weeks' recreation. Mr. Harrold is tak-
ing his annual vacation.


Major T. D. Lancaster was so pleas-
ed with his trip to the mouth of Crys-
tal River. on the Gulf. and the benefit
he derived from the salt air and baths,
that he will return again to his camp

Mr. Sid Whaley, wife and child left
today for a month's stay at Seabreeze.
Mr. L. F. Ballard will have charge of
Mr. Whaley's business during his ab-

C. B. SMITH, Proprietor,

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Mamma Didn't Hear Him.

Are Not All Far-Fetched.

That nor Ampelen fojre-ti.'atuejund iii
vat~'' ia-~ amlf aaml ''rat a-.:ra.-

L a, ; : ) i 'r i V ? ' v o' ta a ar id, i at o' o.p i a -

'IA. I I or-,'. h~:e ar,-- nt of- I
fortra- ,T; 'ruia !t %"ai. irnparito-

va. .,da~a Ame--ricAn mtflae%Iia'aialr'otf. aind
It iu Irmigia-r houirlit: no-tepit-lirythat
a rn'-d -' tal 'avg"'r inin airier taa e-p' z.''
a*f-ii-:.-"-an for that ~ i!' ri-a
",'' f'ta 'f*e air',e-- tht- Sahara Wcro(n)
Oil-~'4' ,' t-r 'mak-make--' it
thef iT: r'. ti. a 'a-
I t '-r-- 1-- o- i.'tior Amfr-ri'-ari
a- r.-T- a r id t, mto! a- 1:0,Ii .- M li -
'.i. t it.-f orthota- a'. r. of n. e! )'

rrd i t'a fti w n- Trriy 4at'i, 'ei.T

--'ira-- a' hi'--4 M-'J
i- -I &ha %-.-i A tt a ii: La ys,? -t' a 4-n'f itia,.'.
a is% ;*iz. :grat'irh.'..strT ?1-01:(- alffr,-x, i -

\,%-. ''' ica'. W- m'-a ri st a'-ei a ra-. I I a
t'i.. ."a~k'uies*-- anid a-r--uzc'rta!
a't.i- IDr. Piera-'." a.aia 'a-'ie
Ctsiaii. al C I I t uLirnar- a14".d trkov t'lha.
o'rat'-4 i paitr7nt.- hm h'. ha v-at-nre itreI,%-
ita'ir-iarltat. rpa; nfail lea'it meaI irra'gathr'
ih'r- ap-timd at 1ia'r & ~ al -M-ia~ aj'fa-.
LWc-rat a an of ;I'r-arid k tati~inaI a~ll#,
V~aiols. 'a". ae2 lt' tmanyi, tiher a
11 .th, I '-"-'Aral-f?-invdalm- ai',
tra 2-'a o,:vo.. fla-d-,I Ti a' r-"-,*
in 't "mTi-!'-Lafl ''- TI aw,'
pry ~ ae inl thae'' t in riu: Ii '1i ra- a'v '
or': TuAl With lDr.'a''''.ard ic)' .y.'
c-r~ie-d ( or 4`,J,-! a-nd.Itmis dt~~ir,-
fl-''T.withs fthe aid t(if;aiioartr~iai- rid
5?a~flia" ~~a'~l alyde .n'aaLT ;i 'j:1-1111.11b-
1a o! 0 prpa~- B',' i i 'al;i'fla- lite'
ken*,rt-'v frec' frwan ai('' *hal antId :ll ot Icr
harmful. hal'? ''.mrtrig dr'.i:-. A full
li-i a,''thei ,ti rpl.t~--Ir~it'-d eaint'sai
of the-it .'ariarr Ti-,''. it a4teaaIthn~~'
of quet, -ii:\t-'.. mad-<;- imi -ir,- a,-av
reee-, v'a-d th.- '-t rniatr'- ea nw'tit antid
prnt:- 'fair tltir 'uniriT.-'e' \: i ii-frtani
mha wzt ? pnomfllit'ii ? '.'. rit'r- oncli rlan, ,iEa
it.e ;.'r nI tli- eeiet-ir'.'. Wit:1 t .1 a e4f
till i c '' jP, a~ir I/i cur.' Ilie- '.'.'Aldi-f.a',ii-c'
fear v ahih'h heymortad\ iiwd 1ma'.liee
ea-:lv l-a':rn- lhr snillii'.'air name,
an'arid *aress to Drn. R. V. I'-ria.Hffa:.I..
N. Y.. faor a IAiath'.tk'a! ''hia' li ha' ,
eaarta:ailot. Caaiita18Z aaaiz iiut i' xiraa't-.
fracait aimonbaaij--"4:tiai-la ir- i nvda'!,a] l,aaaik!..

lia'*' ,,rthpir giridarta'.' i prv.,%i'rihing. It
i"' VW?{ I TO AiLL A postal ('ard r-'aivta-.t
Y.Ie. dala thave tora'M!', -III' v it jaothe
lt :, 'i'' ,:r' -r' a, aa' e'- I. ar ',(ofAii

a h.i-t of the-, la-ei tuzin tfl.ical ''ri ta'I'
an, Iteachepr-.. '-"'natfaor tiIl- c('adja all-
te-t ttlaail''. It ca I i Nha- (-7;.I 1lina loba
ha-rw tmll" 'll twecaUz.'itt 4x altirclii alex-

You"%, ; ic4rn %% jiat a a r' n .i. iur\'
art) ai ""' ria- r'e t. (in*, (Ja ii I?.. tt'a )-t't 'i
''v~-'at- a af Ur. Mo'e'~ 'ja'; a 'ld-
Iea':. I)- '''ar'v. oxa'ra'a-a'a, --r'Ti to ie' aet
affeetuns which arei AL&Aniu-a:\'.i%%,i dc.tti-

cuit ttrorathirig. -ijthered 4.qmatons
V .~Vt.~is~n a~r rre--guar theart actionl.
i)r. Paine author W! Pa inp&= Epit'~n,'- of
I ,'-* .1"-.6- Alld cat-'- had ,i*-i-eaura-ire

ri ol rri t. r .ri.ri'l ierit r r .it
;;if I )r. h.'r, .. .. Ii-'a-r.; i- a!- Ela
7. r r_... tr0iot-'r inzr'-di'-:,t ''U
2-P l*A rn thapt the o- emiiirint I irs
Ide.LI intg 'aaed. .11'.hnvon. H-are-. Coe
andid otlis r?.,rt-a'ornmanird G oldenl So-:ii root.
aii -ol % -raltitt therit .1-ite root. Queen's
nowa. Bl-oedro-t Lanid Black Ch.-r' iark
1, or I i T lrrat and lung Or.c-
tit r,1- a t', ,r,4,4 %L it tta r'-4nes. ti er-i tc-iit
a;ij z'. -mo'-nat- anid kindra-d imp-
i o -4- aag-rijt~sare- faithfi11ll' ,arid
fully a.Ira..r-i~t-d in Dr. Pieref-'! 4jaalden
mt-oli-l(al lDi-cPN,-ri. and it earj be a(,oi-
('Embinfli t cur6;A'.' *featnot only villtile
awvat-vp r-til la criedaffpct otis. bhut at,(, in
a. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tt triir:1d- -~.f~ atter whothtter
a'.'ttiig t. na-al age or other
In ;~a rX. ~rmiering on the
T.'ur'.I~ -, ~t.,I aifl$4'i~al f-cI'iec4. Dr.
saw- C4ata rrh lR's-ieal v shwi'ld Iw- .sed
it !''-uti' ti. it!,- iI at -1 iiroiigh rind
to.e *-rm;w... ''alfaar til~. ( i~ra(of that trouble-
Noa (alia'r niedivirne scold throtigb drug-
~i-t- 'kr'h'rair- -.have 'any sncb
,.~ *'.,,.anleiw. r-a'r.-rit a- 1 Dr. Pi.-ree's,
;Ireaqi. iin ('i #fl"41N4 iia'ia. li(plit.a-reli .(o arwe~ly
;ar -,criw-taaahIv ph,., win-"ho I now %% haut
I ia'i airlp (f andthant their eom ;1Si-
t;'ahi.,i of ill#- l*-.-t iiigriiiiiva-'iitregardl*e.
of orao-t. S4-iad for the little free book

p 1a.~.\I,, pi tr(w i I ''i ini Ta 'P&
\Vfli1a' it ; --.- '~~-uitsi.'l faar Tothe i're
011-I 'b ':#wa. OI i ;)Ill f*',~, l oor. t (It ire
11 ',1 WO I u'! *.a .fa''t q in toa-lite
a'~ .l I I- It'la l ,,1 -fT* tijeir' dn
IIreI !arI'a ) ip'r ii ~j 14-a i. N4111111 -4`-111 iof .-.-nt
le' draw\ I'aa1 j r Ca i, riioia'ai E %i '' th its5
ii'. Nor i uii tt' "I iOw 'a bo-t-' a'eK-
I~e to d In 'r'- ea~alon'imi:'ain intib ad-
\-anii)APd ia...a. Ili it-4 "rl\-titaes itw'ill
.1 %, it". pirs .zr'..'-- a;tiltl fittfiari 'tlct a ('lire
if it,, iiA- lee t"'r-i-tod inI for a r"vis'anable
lt-a'rithetoftinie. "aidftiar ithelittle book
wiat-41atd ; laa'and I n larn N'A hat tho-A.emo'-t
('U tni'nt it in iw ia'avaa joreafai--i'i-on "21.'of
the I incruaa euil, witaif ctwhich D r.Piere's&
init&aia'iiia'a ra- mado- ansd therothi' tearm
to hy they cue'ira al'istnatit di,'ase!..
hitia u-na-'-'-ic".k-anid tail ions head ache,
(1zinostl'. a'aa-I i VPUP-a' Or or taaitipatiofl of
ilt- ~wai- I'-)~ of appsimftt. coated
toiaill'vi. swr ta rn~a a lc. '%I ind \ toolchi I it5,
ho-art-laarruyteain and dis.tre"ss after
ea-ting. andi,ikidr-Ad derangemvnt- of the
Ii\a -r sttnavaa iavcid thowelk. Pinutplipn
gla-" '. al-. V iiatlv aal.e.tha'afaere
ilwi froo-AI andaol r'irable. (')no- little
l'' I-I"a la ~iI..t\'.qa 'are cathartic.
Tb.''. roa'i'rlaits. iire. )t4raarwa arid cleanse thle
lix- *r. -'. miih..ullta~'
A v-41,a in''du'.dl Noo. w.'..ritten fn plain
Enw1 o-h. and fre'a froani towfhnical termris.
a 'a hiatak waaivrk f'.r froeqw'nt (eaisellta-
i)' eli. Stieia'ta Aa \clr1'. it Dr. lPiere'% C4 a a.
niar s~eri-a' ole' i It lain
fEnirli-li. or Ma'.li-i tie-Sitripllitio-a. tS a.
lana k- of 3(ViR aza-' jrorfii-..'tvillustrated
withI woord cwt -anrd ('aiI'i'INI platesf. It
i-; eivfer : ~axvano.\\-. aAtiivaiifli tn may
-A.o1d in "Ia.'l, 4r,,'ztar '- I.7-0 So-iilt 21
coiii-. )lain c-a it iiii- iaial. to)ipay tear cost
(if ina:. Iimoi~ rl'.'fasr p jaar-eov.ered corpy.,
aaoldra--i-i DI r 1. 'R Pierce. lahilo,
N. Y.: ar 31 cont- frir an a'egantly elcath-
Itsalind c ~~.It Lrivoo; ov'.er 'iDJ pr'sarip-
thir- f fail-the treatment of scul4loOUd
chronic ailine-Ls.

Willik- Say. op4.,'1pos. some bandits
caught nui. aould yo'l ipiy rarns-au
to get her bac'k'.
nFather- After they had hler for a
we-k they wolu pay lue t a take- her
Ibac-k. H 'ashinirgton PIost.

Rale and 'tlquette of Golf.

i & 9

"A ball lying in the fork of at
Lmust Ilw played or the player shallI
a stroke."

To Bave Her Face.

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Lay (to new eoorks-Iut. NY
What 's the tli:Ita'r!'Whanrt li: 'aaa 1aol
that v.eil o ffir'?
C'tok-S~ime. nia'arn. I (Iin't wanl~
ba'.'e Ity .COnIeII*Xiqe)u SjaHOilal 'hilt'


it toa

A Soft Answer.


A Pleasant, Hom.nke House

Elegant, Airy Rooms and the

very Cholest Table Board.

Special Rates in Summner, to

Weekly and Monthly Board-

- C '"'-'c~ ~MRS.





-i. -

Papa (literary, who has given orders
he is not to be disturbed- -Who is it?
Little Daughter Scareely anybody.
dear papa:

The Measure of It.

How Is Baby Tcdayt
Better, thank D-. In fact, A clli
Fat, round ar.n :. of i.. a-.:.. :. .
Pink and whate r;esh, d.-:te. v :h d.:na
pies. No cough. no int..gest.n.
All on acco'r-nt o.f

was tempered vw-:h c ., '. *-- -
She knows t: t ( ,s ';.-' 's
a fountain of cr.: n g c..--:;
too. It,', w ,-',. ", ,. I: ::.- s
plenty of L: . I : :. f~-.'
folk it is the c' : ..: t ~ i
feast. It c.rr, C' ':. : "') A .."1
taken in tim -. .\ : : : -': -
S50 cents and $i oJ the b"tta. Let ui
send you

Free Sample 8cile ;y jail
W rite letter ,r :.
8s Pine Street. York




of any case of Kidney or
Bladder disease tha: is nct

beyond the reach oi m- Ci-
cine. Take it at once Do
not risk having -' "ht's Di-
ease or Diabetes. Tierej.i
nothing gained by delay.

50c. and $1.00 Bottles.

Phonographs from S1C) t, .
400 dlTff-rer.t re'. ,!s in si., ;.
from. A. E. urn t j .'.
elusive agent for Oc;l;i.

N""' -

=P- i i

"Oh. yes. Crookit has been in polities
In our town for years,. and he's been
wonderfully successful too."
"You don't say': Strange I never
heard of him."
"You would have been more likely to
hear of him if he had been unsuccess-
ful. I refer to his success in keeping
out of jail."-Philadelphia Press.

Duty Before All.

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for wvoo't an,] iii l is .i . -T'-
cribs. su ,lIi.- v, it I ', : ..: !, t ,f
plain nett iin'.
For Sale by Mclver and MacKay.

itt g','

And te!" us aleut yur a:- :

and ui1ha--

the old r ia :: : I .
r1 - -


: ,' I -l:, t- in t Iakswv,,'xd.
".. *.;. ,, .A:;.tnta T ui -.sday.
*. -,;." i 1 -y. :er-'n .li white g ri.L
S.- ,-- ; Iy ..a !,. r'> at 1' u'cl,*c k
". -. He wa.i -,ln ca'p-
:..i o be h-inx identified by the
-. .h. d,-a,1 by her infuriated

Names and the Law.
:. k:: e .raily. the law of Eng-
I I. oIVI"Is a p'rs-nf to a:ssi ue and
- ,;.: :;';'. provided d its us.e is not
,.: -'l :. '.e-c *ive eor inrdict pecuni-
a )-<. SAl tihe a-ourt of appeals laid
dto the law in I-ockrell against Dou-
S.i. ;. tl:;<' attitude of the law. the
1 -. ur rIIl reumiarks,. is characteristic
a, r Brit!.h love of litterty. Freuch
IL .'" :-, nt.u'h xitore strict. It forbids any
a..t:',,i ato tiher ainy naiime other than
thiit w!\'I-h is exprest.Ad In the registry
,rf I'- i.birth or to add any surname to
1:,- 'ori.y*i'lr nameit. Gtrman law is the
: -!;' a, ,ii', it goes a little further in
: : :t penalty on any one giving
t .:-" lialne to an ofl,'ial.-Dundee

C uns.
T'!"' a;r;nimsv,. were the inventors of
' ::'r -,. A'V-ut 1;::N Schwartz.
ai ,'';; :'i inachi!i )i.ti'l < -;n"alt :;ius which were lerought
ill' .,) I tI' 1 the Venetians in 1392. It
is ; str::ti:e fact that eanuo:i were
,.:ialb' 'for' t sn;ill firearnis. At Am-
'*:1- thI *r': is still a piece of ordnance
,1. .1 wit! tlhe date 133.'. Cannon
V ** l :-i I, tU i iln war :it the battle of
a nr : 1:14!;. It was not until 1.1-4,
h.,. .r thiar they were made in Eng-

Well Turned.
II -.w ild ar' y.ou':" asked the insur-
': ., ;!. 'tt of the lady.
I '' 1. is t;ioulitless otf himn, and her
i;. ;'.,t "S!r:"' brutight him straight-
' I 1 l'< 'll,-'s s.
"'a ', .!r'.-'l. lV n will understand." lie
". '.: ,.,. !l:t \V\ 't have to be careful
1', '. Hia !a >..initri': 'ts. I lue et'tly
\ ; a.i l.a issur-e myself that you are
1 1 i of I ""

Thei' : lt"r Ai' ",i '..l- inlisc'encies of a
S'', itrv I'al ti 'iin'" iit' k ;is a1d : la:1 -
!.,,:.,, in ;itl l -nili h \'ill~t.e hIow oll he

"'I1 I ju-t tlihe s:taie :i'e as the
h;" s::iIl. "It lte either a fort-
:ii ,r r ;i ft'rtnii'lit myournger. I
a I ,'o' i'" ,T:lt)o W> .h '."t

.Vi;ty l'orlornity.
A fi :'' lookiil 1; :i1i h said, "I've
t:'i|' '\2-i'li l.; itinit I 'ouldl turn my
h:.'',- ;r. lutil ,o';, ldl, 't nlt ,ke anythin*(
; -'.-.r'. ;ii. l :,,\v I ht \'.ve decided to go
'") [ :]'u i (" hll" i\v'le'., they say
I l. ,''< ; t; 'r!'i l ''io. to s.e, if I
.;i t i .. > !h t ;t;in .." 'r." *

'' ." ; l Dr. .1>hnsou to a friend,
'" ).j! 0' notini u;pOln a widower who
! a,.::rihl. thoahili his wed(Aed life had
lk-(ii1 llniniipi".y. "it is triumph of hope

.. .. ',l l.ints ac.'hl and you su'-
Sr ;' -; '>''i ali u,':;ti. n1i. iBuy a tb )tite.
; 1 ; *]':;.,, Snw, \- I.iLnim (-nt and -et
; (. :: :,.i ,f. A p l. itive >'ur. f'r,

.- .-l ;. .t ,r. I. T .
'-\t. : i: i ni hant it W illow

:, l':. Si ,',-' 1 i -,, lt the best all
S,, i ni.i r ;it h. ,'-v'(r use ;'J .". ,in- hefindls, y I 'u '- toie.I i

Low Round Trip Rates Via the


L ,h l'sui! anl Nashville Rail-
S,' '. i',il s-.ll round ttip rates from
'. !! i to ioints shown. ,on datas
; t, :;' l'r"|>,,rti,,zi' *,ly lw ratests

'. O 2.10, Milwaukee, Wis.. and return.
I, :,'I "'i. :, i< ,l .\ a itl t i )t 1 1 andl 12.
,..:, ( x- ','e,, ; rI-ti n lim it August 22.
$33.60. St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.,
...- and return. Ti('kets sold August 10,
i: ;:i I ., .with final return limit
a>-t ":l. ly a.'oyrn't of fee of 50
i'- ,. i ,i'-;- sitinig ticket, same can
I ,:t n !l 1 until Stiaptember 30.
-!e.03. Chicago, Ill.. and return. Tick-
S '- 1. L'lily to) Selatimba -r 30,
.; :,: .', I r,-turn until October

$57,0. Denver. Colorado Springs or
Puebl;. Col., and return. On sale;
"-. '" :*.'.I 5 ;.t{ itm ltr 3. Final it-
'a :, a. !' ac'it aa)*a- )l>'r :31.
23240. Hot Springs. Ark., and return.1
!" :-- iily. Final r--turn
:- '* 'i.i;. fr't rn a t oa f sa le-.

'-i. a S'a,, -t'iimb.-r 30 round trip
S . ,,,,-it tick-ts w ill be on sale
..: a Pis. Full information,
;' "i, ,- t;bl's t. c .. will be fur-
,-, : :. iy 1. ap.,lki action to G.
S:if 'r I!i. ';as.A. A t., L. & N. R.
\. I '.'y St Jacksonvill.-. Fla.


Tre N shvile, Chattanooga and Saint--

Louis Railway
S.T. n. '. ; inn ,un'-.s thr

Gives rest to the stomach. Cures ndigestion, dyspepsia, sow sur
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach ne
'ramach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranted cur*.

arr s u e t. b |. l
O D.. .Y &&I

ANIM ime IreE GTOa
Asae boa




Southern Railway
N. P Th,- fa.,i.l'-.M .ah-lul-- figures are- published only as InformatiM
:c: :.' t L" . .. rat-,^j.

I -W # \-.-.''I*I:I-IA,

: .,- r f, r the round. .v :.:-.. .. ., Rp
; ,., ai k .-,,:.' ..* during Juin', L- .' ; . . . > i
' ... i .Ai u'i-. Th-se- :ate-s are Lv ,'.r:-h.. ...... .'. F:y
S ,': l: .:t;'.n to the regular! Ar ..t a: ... ,,. It:.
:, . .. : ,-t r'i: _-- in -ffi.-ct from : Ar 1 : *tr .' .... :. Ity
S.,.: inc.;siv-e. to r Ar a -b, ... I.'.
S. : u,. t the North. Ar I,-n',nil .. ... y
., \ '.. A r R i. i.. .. .. .
S' -' I '-. T. r.i.-. i the mast at- Ar L -.' ...' .. .Hy
,,;.. :,;.. -uw i.:n*-r r- )sort in Ar 't I' 1 '" a.:-...a. R ,
S- . -: ',,u:,l r-, ae ,-ann id:- A.r W .- a r. .. .- A/* r'
S.. v ,,,. n ,r,. ,in A r ... . '' . l I

No.34 o 0 L Juek..vile'........... So.
Ar Lv -uli,. .... .... ... a...
I I.3afla Iceleir. u;~aJrt ..~........n

417:1 4~2'p L tf'~crr .......C.H
-.k hlap Ar attanoo... .. ....Big
Pa a ."Aap r 4 'ifl('ifliati. .. ... P...Li.i4

I!3aII 5I p Art'4 ''hfi' agir.... .... Pa. V:

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At, just 14th t3 September 1st, inclusive. Tickets will be good
Sin ty days -rom date of sale and will allow liberal stop-overs.
Th._ is an tx., ptionoi:y low rate and is open to the public.
Guo s e t-.h Natio.nal Museum, the Cathedrals, Bishop's Palace,
Chapu a :pec. E c.. Etc.
Tne lar.d of the iManana. where every street and plaza has. .
sc.-e old ;ey-id. and where if is possible to forget that you were
ever in a hurry.
The r'-t, ,is via Memrhis and the Iron Mountain Route
S: .'. L ir '-- Hasttici 3ar. Antonio, Laredo, Morterey and
San Luis Potcsi.

Tickets will be sold daily from points in the Southeast up to
September 30th, and will have a final limit of October 31st. This
is the best limit we have ever had on Hot Springs Tickets at this
30 Days' Limit W0il be Allowedon These Tickets, Which Will be
Sold on
JULY 17, AUG. 1 and 21, SEPT. 4 and 18, OCT. 2 and I1.
I. E. REHLANDER, Tray. Pass. Agt. /
'4 W. 9th St. Chattanooga, Tenn.

p,4.13 p
Ry! 7.46p
ty" 2.:iAa
Ry! 5.2V&.
RY; 7.30&
Ryl 8.2Us

& Cl 7.0
1nD .46P
ouir 7.10a

ines, 7.10a

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.ffi The readers of this paper will be loading oak cordwood into

CC2 meet this evening pleased to learn that there If at least a car :yesterday at Martin, one of MrJ ,
COCO one dreaded disease that science has il. Meffert's colored laborers had 1Fk -
tit been able to cure in all Its stages! and one of his thumbs cut off as smoothly
O Bearers meet tomorrow night. that Is catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cureis as if done with a sharp knife by being

O Qo iI the only positive cure now knownto struck with the sharp! edge of a stick
C3 Limeade at the PostoffJce Drugstore- the medical fraternity. Catarrh being of wood where it hal been split Into
OF. toa 3CO a constitutional disease requires quarters.
:: Some rare bargains In Haviland a constitutional treatment Hairs

: ::) china! at the Postornce Drugstore.Mrs. Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally.acting Among those who went down on
directly upon the blood and mucous Agent Duncan's special Lake Weir ,

O J E. Chace and children have surfaces of the system, thereby destroying car excursion this afternoon were

LADIES'O gone to Seabreeze. the foundation of the disease. Harvey Clark his mother. Mrs. W H.

3 and" giving the patient strength by Clark and her niece Miss Carrie

Gn I Vest: and coat pocket electric lights: building up the constitution and assisting Gardner of Texas. Mrs. Howard Clark. -

S bottom prices Tongs &. Cline nature in doing its work. The Owen Clark. Collie Clark, little Elizabeth

to- C I proprietors have so much faith. in its Bennett Mrs Hals-y. Mrs George
ca:::: z: curative powers that they offer One Hough Misses Ruby and Lillian Far-
Jim Pyles is now In charge of the
:: Hundred Dollars for any case that its n a. Miss Gertrude Kaiser Mrs. Gra.
commissary at West's Inverness mill.Don't .
a: Gray Navy aridy I falls to cure. Send for list of testi- L. Taylor, Messrs J T. Jones Felix. > __

mnials. Address: Schneider A. E. Campbell. Misses tEd
s fall to try the new fancy F J Cheney & Co. Toledo Ohio. Margaret and Florence Walters.Holmes
drinks and ices at the Anti-Monopoly Sold by drugists. 75c. Walters Miss Abbie McCarthy Mr.

C3 Black Panama. cxs I Drugstore. Sold by druggists. 75c Take Hall's and Mrs. Charles Phillips. W J Chambers -

;c;; l- Family Pills for constipation Tex Martin and son. Herbert THE MONTEZUMJtLEASED
State Convict Inspector Newton A.
- DeLong and wife. Dr. Izlar. M. M. Lit-
Blitch was in the city yesterday
I- Mrs R. R. Carroll and little Merris tle and family, Mrs. Hugh Haycraftand

COUJ will go to Seabreeze Saturday to spenda daughter. Walter Tucker Fred

AT I Palmers Lotion Soap for eruptions, few weeks.. Mr. Carroll will go over Vogt, Mr. Bryant and wife Miss Edith FOR TEN YEARS.
and skin diseases at the Postofflce
with them to spend a few days. Xeedham and P ter McIntyre with
Drugstore. several others whose names escape us. -

i Barney Barco. one of the excellent I' El Burello Cigar Co. Tampa. Fla, Agent The entire Duncan.excursion was in charge of Best Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Date

RHEDVAUER'S. citizens of Cotton Plant was in town 1 will guarantee X-Senator cigars to Clean
i I and Well Furnished
Tuesday smoke better and give more satisfaction Rooms and Plenty to Eat .
generally than most 10 cent cigarS. Mr. Hampton son of Hon. W. W.

For sale at all leading stands! 5 cents. Hampton of Gainesville who has been
Well furnished rooms; low summer with the surveying corps of the G. &
rates. Lock box %01, St. Petersburg G. R. R. came V. J. SH3PMATST5 PROPRIETOR.NOTICE
up yesterday and remained -
THE CROSSET SHOEA I F1a. It is worthy of note that Mr. Charles .
over night with
Rheinauer gate his entire force a half Mr. and Mrs.
Crom. and went to
on Gainesville
today -
holiday and paid the fares to Lake
The Ocala Pressing Club continues .
Weir and return as did also Will J,
to do good work, and its trade Is in- fe

... I, reasing Chambers.We I Miss! Nellie Anderson the accom- The registration books will be open J. Zenas Preston,

want your prescription trade.1 I pUshed saleslady Tfash's. returned In Ocala on Thursday Friday'and Sat-
Elt'fraut new china closets and buf today from her visit
; to her sister at
\V the urday of each week from the 9th.flay
e give best service possible Pure
r.-I"r and china closests combined. Call Temps

: A r 11I I r1 .n and
I prices prompt delivery Please
Prof. J J Brinson of Rollins College CljattJ.. Donald Ferguson
I Mrs John Hopkins and :Miss: May send or bring your trade to Tydings I Is In the city today from his Eu- Supervisor of.Registration.

Hopkins leave for Seabreeze tomorrow. & Co. phone 30. reka home, on his way to the Oxford J -

l They will stop at the Breakers. barbecue. All machines
.i"T"1 Mr. J. P. Fretwell. a former mill guaranteed for
T i Mr H D. Woods one of the enter-
man and trucker of Coleman. but
I FOR SALE-One good gentle horse prising citizens of Evlnston. was in Mrs W. S. Miller of St. Petersburg, of Decatur Ga.. was in town today now twice as long as others.

i th ap. Aprly to No. 47, N. Main St.. the city Tuesday and paid his respects who visited Mrs. \V D. Tompkins fora his return home having been down on to
Ocala Kla. to the Star. few
days, went to Micanopy
yes- Coleman
looking over his property. -
terday to visit friends there.

I| essrs. H. W. Long. J M:: Meflert I A fine residence lot. suitable for a Second-Hand Machines from
a 'andM J. M. Sellers the din- L. F Ballard came up from the lake
-l" were among cottage on Fort King avenue going at Born. Wednesday morning to Mr. .
s =- '. ui the Montezuma- today. the low price of $550 If sold Immedi= and Mrs R. A. TV liter, a fine seven- this afternoon after a ten days' visit $5.00 Up.
I ately. Ditto & Maloney. pound baby girL Mother and baby are during which he. combined business
with plea..OJure.POOR .
pTrI WANTED-Two teamsters and three doing well Dr Powers was the attending -

I mill hands Address. AY, J. Lohrig Horace Harrold one. of the faithful physician.

Ors la, Fla. mail carriers, and family went downto
I Lake Weir yesterday for several EYESIGHTIS RIBBONS & SUPPLIESSend

t Miss! Margaret Anderson and her weeks' recreation Mr. Harrold Is taking A GREAT AFFLICTION I
his annual vacation. CASTOR IA
brother William went over to Sea-

b! ';ze this afternoon. PERFECT VISION ]

w 9 GENUINE GOLD MOULDED RE- for Infants and Children. IS A CONSTANT DELIGHT for catalogue and
I Try the Victor, steel The Kind You Hare Always Bought
single cone 500 JUST IN. COME AND HEAR prices. 120 West Bay.treet,
'I I tempered springs, fully guaranteed to THEM. OCALA FURNITURE CO. could see,:
i last a lifetime at Mclver & MacKay's. Bears the "' .OXCE now I can Jacksonville, Fla.

Major T. D. Lancaster was so pleased -
Mr J. M Meffert will to Sea-
i go
with his trip to the mouth of Crystal -
I I breeze tomorrow to spend a few days River on the Gulf and the benefithe I overworked.What .
with his .
t 1 family.I I derived from the salt air and baths Emmett Robinson has gone to .A: a story of

Full Line of Men and Bays' Clothing, Shoes Hats and Furnishings of Ail i I that he will return again to his camp Tampa. Orlando and other South flor- abuse MEDICINE VIRGINIA:
:Mclver & MacKay are unloading a Monday ida points on business for the South suffering
Kind, at the Very Lowest Cash Prices I STUART McGUIR[. M. a. P"f cietHT.JTblf .
car of stores and ranges This firm Florida Naval Stores Company and would
neglect your eyes College conform to the Standard
J. KLEIN. sells several cars of stoves per year. fixed law Medical
by for Education. Send fat
Mr Sid Whaley. wife and child left tell if
they could talk. How Bulletin No.11,wtucb tell.about it.
today for a month's stay at Seabreeze.Mr. JUST IN: 500 OF THE VERY LAT- Three trHaWo -SIHldtr Dessrlottmt,
MH Rhoda Liddon leaves tomorrow L. F Ballard will have charge of EST GENUINE GOLD MOULDED they cry for help as the bright I MEDICINE DUTrUn PHARMACY
for Tampa to visit friends there and Mr. Whaley's business his I PHONOGRAPH RECORDS. COME
HOTEL during ab sunlight traveling ten feet
WINDLE, 15. 17, 19 E. Forsyth Street, at otehr South Florida poInts. sence. I AND SELECT YOURS.
I IFt. OCALA FURNITURE CO. from the glaring pavement, or

New and First.Class in alls hogany A beautiful music new cabinets.line of in oaK the and newest ma- D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK.I II 95,000,000 miles thro space,

} I Rev. W. C. Lindsay Is Improving un- hurls its delicate Toa will always find at J R. Martin -
desIgns.. on display at McIver & Mac- rays upon
C; : : : x, Appointments FULLER & BLALOCK der the effects of North Georgia air & Co's. exchange stables in Ocala.
_-' '' '1-. -..... Ray a. ; and overworked retina. Callon
II and he exepcts in a few days to leave and at Hugh Nichols Wildwood station

.J fi" .'" ll) = American Plan 2.00 to DENTAL SURGEONS for the coast of Virignia. DB. I). M. BOXEY, Eyesight as good: mines and horses aa can

Ed Pittman returned this morning ... be found In Florida. For quality the
: ,. fc2.50 per day. I from a successful business trip to In- Specialist Optical Parlors in prices are reasonable. No trouble to

ra. )fllflll I I i" European Plan, Rooms, one verness. Office Over Monroe &: C&amWiss1 Bank LOST pR STOLEN Large, young '3ary Building, Ocala Fla. show animals. When in need call on
: male hound; color, bead end belly Hugh Nichols proprietor. Ocala orWiidwood

: ( ,-, person, 75c. per day.and I OCALA, FLA. light brown back, black. Reward of He will examine them and Fla. -
I A special bargain in box for
; paper $5 will be paid for his return to the
A@ Jf;+lrn fl up. Special weekly rates. month of July-Whiting's-at 35, 60 Marion Farms. put them at ease.
A little boy of Mr. and Mrs. Wilkins -
.' I Ik Center of City. Near all and 75 cents. Tydings & Co. phone Terms Cash.
IJf tttd l.f/1 1 occupying: the second story! of the
{ :S" ; JU. aJ I Car Lines. Open all the No 30.LouIs. Sanford Jewett is again with the Peter Ingram house fell from a. window
Drugstore. "Sandy" is a to the ground today noon and was
_. 1 =- ..:' l eat Rooms with Bath bosh, foreman of the Ocala most popular young man. as well as a badly shaken up but not much in-

..... ==- Extra Charge.C. Banner, returned from his vacation The bottom layer skillful druggist and' Ocala is glad to It would seem] Jured.
last nIght. own him again.
to be done by I

B. SMITH, Proprietor, Jacksonville, Florida.I If you want a splendid business lot. box Xow that the fire department has returned magic. The! be Frank of the Clark committee of Gainesville to receive will

Bus from Depot and Steam Ship only a few feet-from the frontage on to the regular station would it pr human voice William Jennings Bryan when he ar-

the square at a low rash figure. inquire not be a good idea to have the noon rives In New York. August 30.

at the Star office. 4 : hour again Indicated by the big belL coming from a

It was a popular institution when it 5 a wooden box
Florida East Coast Railway. Mrs. J H .Strunk and children of
was in
Rev. Prison' of Flemington, was In vogue.LASTA with all its well Miami, who. with Mrs. Strunk's sister

town today', acompanied by Mrs. C. Miss Nellie Anderson of this city, -

4, C. Smoak. pair of spectacles In a known tones, have been visiting their brother, Mr.

16 I 1906.SOUTHBOL' case with I*. J Stephens Jacksonville, and its music. John Anderson at Terra Ceia. on the
Local .Time Card No. ft 'In >Effect: April tr lri shlha3ma>
Rat Wheat. 10 cents, will surely WU iJdC1t1anSlZtOlSL Flaengraved on casePlease returnto West Coast and friends at Tampa returned -

':>D-RE\D DOWN NORTM-BOUND-IEID{;: UP. mice and rats. All other kinds kept r { S W. L. Ditto. 'fhePHONOGRAPH to Ocala this afternoon, where

in stock also. Tydings & Co. phone Mrs- Strunk will visit Miss Anderson.
and> surprises Mr. T. E. Bridges has gone to South
No 30.Oxford.
,. Ns.48
aI 78
11I..99 11I0. 29 STATIONS! Carolina to spend a week or ten days
Pall Cal: Duil Oall'... 85 the top layer with his family. ..e is now too well Miss MIss Adams Bessie, who Bradley have and been her spendingthe friend.

6 OOpm II 2f.m Ly.. _J.ekWn.II .4.r. '72'ipm 86:1.a.: was represented In the city F known to needdescription I past two weeks at St. Petersburg
.1.8"11I II 2ysm _t.Jaeltsoh..U1oL.; 71pm II ;au. Tuesday by S. A. Smith and W. O T W.TROXLER.
r 7 211pm 10.wam ..___>;t."lbIiDe 6 lspm 7 45am FOR SALE-Nice dwellings on with relatives, returned to;Ocala yesterday -
Bogue, two of its bright men. but
b3ppm loam: ..liastinm. : : : 4 am young North Main street, Nos SO and 60.Mr and are the guests of Mr. and
:tafpm: n 35em ====_=.Eat: Palatka.-"r: ::::::::: = = 8uam the pleasure of Mrs. F. W. Ditto.

Ar..... .. .. alatk4 ..Lr 1 Sipm a Bamboo and screens work by
ka_.. .. .... _..A' b 4 pm 6 65am grass E. El McLin has been In Tallahassee
!- possessingone
::===: = = boxes, hat and skirt bores, etc!.. the i1

::: ;; Lv...... = lSpa- ...-__. prettiest of the new furniture novel- GLARK BROS.HAVE iness. for the pact, few. days on bus- ., a is not knownto Works Burton wa Webb in town of the Tuesday Standard to Uma get

; Lc.- 131pm 6 8'aea ties, to be had only at Mclver & Mac- ready for the month's rolL He
.. pay
Hpm 12'Pm _..___Uup.wt.._.__._ 4 Z pm b atnma Kay's. everyone.
said his father
4'pm! 1 13pm .. btwon.i- : brpm : tAar: When traveling via the A, C. L, or WeselltheEd- and mother greatly en-
10 O2pm t 2i .m :=.::::.::=:: Dayto-,===== : Gpm Ora. Joyed the Elk's convention in Denver.
1018pm 1 bpi -_..._..____ I'on UTalOO..__- II-'pm 4 S1sD {Y. o. :McRainey.: the turpentine and when in need of a mileage book call
10 Mf'm 2 Wpm Ar......._..._.._.. aew limyr.a..._...._....._. _.._ 315pm 4 .liiallllllt1am paw mill of Wildwood in WHAT YOU WANT on R. T .Adams, city tocket agent, at icon Phono-,
4 ilpm Ar __.... ..._...__ LaIt.U;!>!"I1___.__.____;.... 1 00pu 6 t5lH > man was the Ocala House. -' graph. Fullassortment Rev. Tom C Cooper came up Monday -
2am A+ ..... .... Oranae(lty........ :: eOp e : town Tuesday TRY THEM AND SEE. from Capolet, where he held A
40am :(t= :: ::.=::- Oraare Clay Junction:::.:::.::::.l i U 4.m = Ollie Hooks a prosperous Oxford U' of week's meetings and considering the

l)1Opm pm 2 2 4;;:: r.w: ::::=.::::....=New:1'i1i rna.........:_........__t: 3 2= 4115au S 3tea1161pm FOR SALE-A few good secondhand Virginia Cured Hams.Swift's promoter, was in town today, loadingup records. always on hand Your disagreeable weather, had a good attendance -

S 16pm Ar. ___ .__......... .._TimsyUle_._._._.. ... 2 4pm S lJIUn buggies for sale at a bargain. with the necessities for anniversaryday .
lllOam.op- & Arf...._._.....-.._.N.oIrorJ._._...__.. ..:J.v 11 Lam 6$Upme Inquire at the :Marion: Farms Stables Premium Hams.Armour's Saturday. leisure hours can be made
Opm! 11 MIIm .............._......._. .Dt'>r 8OUam Star Hams.Argiour's very instructive and entertaining Mr. W T. of the reliable
Ztblpm 3ifipm i.v----TituviUe f: 21rpm: TEN YEARS IN BED and worthy citizens of Higley in .
12 31u% 3 Stpm .:. = A i :iym 2 2"ttm12Mam with was
fl'sWpm! ..___ItockiMre.-. _._,_ 31pm 21bamIOam J W. Coulter a prominent factor In Melrose Break- "For ten years I was confined to my a Phonograph. town Tuesday.
fi+ a ____.__I:...t>albo_ _____.. 1:17pm 14'am the Blitehton section, was In town
1 13am 4 :!Opet .. ____ ._ylabOerae_.__._" 34 3Spm' 1 Yam fast Bacon. bed with disease of the kidneys.
1 5uam;;; 6 lpID .. :;eIst&n.-__" 11 SfIL1ll 12 iII&ID Tuesday. writes R. A. Gray J P. of OakvUle EL F Dougherty is the new collectorfor
2..m 6 Wpm _.___ "L J nde___...._. .. 10 lMm t:_! 00n"t Kingan's Boneless Break- Ind. "It was so! severe that I could not the Central National Bank. He
d slam: 6 15pm "__ _._.lfert t'hn."e___...... ro 5m Jt a.pJ:' \\)
a lOam 6 .__ _._Tl"I&l1s.-_____._._" 10 ream 11 19pr.: Straw hat cleaner; enougn In 25 move part of the time. I consulted the halls from Abbeville Ga.
43pm .. I) it lspw cent to hat nice and fast Bacon. very best medical skill available but --
package keep
: : your #
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46101 -='":"' .::= == ===-= Ill 11(1{ could relief until Foley's KId-
a slam 6 6pm "___..U1&n_ _...- ,. 1...... ie 6ppn clean all the summer Tydings & Co. Diamond X Butter. get no c. V. Miller the turpentine tend promoter -
4 20am 7 ?ipm ____.__ Robe poems ___..'" s Slam 19 2Ipl phone No. 30. ney Cure was recommended to me. It Is .at home after a ten days'strenuous

:::: : = :===:.:::: Wwt11.peter: Palm: leach_.:==:=._.-_.:: : = 1:e9pa aSpmb Stuffed Mangoes. has been a Godsend to me." Sold by campaign in corraling some

4aam 8 tlpm _u__..___ iayaton __.._.. ....... I IIlam:\ 9 Oiplu all dealers. fine timber land.
84.Opm. Aelny rhm 8 c:. E. Hill and J R. Pittman. two Sweet Midget Pickle in
: =: 9 10pm .:=--=.Fort LaedeMala: '."::. : I ; 9ta.'n 7 = promising young truckers of Coleman.
67a. 9.7pm "__..___1".1&_"__'_- t 719am IG.- were In town Tuesday Bulk. LOST-Pointer dog; medium sized; Mrs ],I. A. Bostick the artistic mil
7 ream 9 )$1t2 ."."I I 11A ___ Lemon 6 Cam 7 Mpir'
7 10 City.
ltla1 >
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s lOam lU Ji8pm \ ,_.____:.! -Ly 6 tan 7 Copbi Sweet Mixed Pickle in noticeable is a liver colored spot on t emporiums of fashion and will have
8 lz' n __I I.:I...___ ._:_._. __lliamL1r 1.__ SOPpm1230pm FOR SALE-Five good show cases, back of dog, next to taiL Disappeared many pretty things to show in fall
10.... Arj......___._ ____: .:._..___._ as good as new. Apply to Jake Klein. Bulk. last Saturday evening at Anthony; styles later on. .
Will suitable reward for return r f
pay >
Jlafllt\ Parser Cars_trataa:59! ant:!. Buffet Sleeping Cars Oft Craine"and 5s.. C. I. Vi TNI r
I Dairy except wuby. Grace, of Kendrick. has the dog to S. P. Lamb Anthony Fla. dTte Mr. and Mrs. A. EL Detonest have -
contract to lay the rails for the Cros- gone to Vlncennes Ind. their former
Na.2J I 1 t r #IIh.4 by Roess lumber road from- Martin. 0. K. GROCERY.
'9' :>> "o.2J.JC0.2ZI: WHY FRET AND WORRY home to spend the next few months..
Sat. 40.21''%,i 11I0.17 )lo." Qt6lir.t | C
J', I IUYPORT ERAhCH. cold. grtMtett thotg i*
all when your child has a severe
S.*. Daily I .1 Daily I Daily t Dahl! DaP : Hudnofs. Rogers & Gallet's Colgates the totrlJ t tit
S.a. ..4 I ,1.II ,1.- You net not fear pneumonia or other ) PILES! PILES! PILES
Oal/" I '; .1 and many other fine toilet waters pulmonary diseases. Keep supplied wharf jezeg liiflagIt

aG ecpj siopSp' 200 ,O(rlaLvJa...........-AT 7fvh. a40. 1.. a"" perfumes and soaps. Bath waters with Bollards Horehound Syrup a Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointmentwill
6S8! :" M ti' '1*.
!M"p 201tr'lSO".utltJ..ekYlUe LT : Sip- :Tj and
i\)a0i> 7.iP, &*'*)? :240p l ia ao4 _.?.l\abhBt..II _, *:.' *"* W? ? i:-.:.j. 6 4"f a,.specialty A full line of Nadinola positive cure for colds coughs, whooping dos tha in a natural way. It cure blind It bleeding absorbs ulcerated the tumors .
10 tip 7291' 6i>if"- "4IplO44a' ..-.Atlantic Beac&...-" a1-t'75SaItlip61 Sir". goods Tydings & Co. phone No. 30. cough and bronchitis. Mrs. Hall ia cosmetic artmoal knIt itching piles
108ft 7 4I:l 6 lop 3dtp 11 Qua Ar.....-.__ M.n n. ._.. _Ly CI&Ia 11zw..50JplIl: c"ay MONTHS+ of Sioux Falls, S. D, writes: "I have not a or allay the Itching at once acts as a
U coating. imply clean the pore, poultice, gives immediate relief. Dr.

PEMXSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL! : STEAMSHIP coN [Crms! :; IT HUH.f !! J. in Mrs. R. w. Erwin and children came GUARANTEE used hound your Syrup wonderful on my children Ballard's for Hore-five pro the blood free circulation, Williams'pared for Indian piles and Pile itching Ointment of the is pre-private -
yesterday from Green Cove
a Springsand AfaJast Steles. No morednua years. Its results have been wonderfuL rem a3 wnaklea, and lames a parts. Every box is guaranteed.Sold .
Clee Caonecrioa .Made st HUml ,lth Steamships or the P. & O. S. S. Cacapisy !., went out to Mr. Tom Phillips, < if you buy Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug- Mia. by Tydings & Co. By mall 59cents
clear be ,
which will be their home! this winter, { and IL Williams Manufacturing -
j Havana and Key West while Mr. Erwin teaches the Fellowship \oleprooPZhasiery store. Ira frojoent we from now w21 Company proprietors Cleveland.
t f
school, which opens Monday \ Ohio.

Two Sailings Each Week. AH the popatir akiDr. Sot .... 'f.oo per'jar HORSE STOLENMy
Frank Gadson is expected back from I :Kea Worsted Arrival and Departure of Trains at
Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side No Transfers. his New York purchasing trip next .old oat i'r?, lots a Call III oar storefor horse strayed or was stolen from
6 pairs = Cot Ocala
r.5o; I
_k. with line of novelties that will tatrtftf
w a 6 for{ my pasture at Major Izlais farm
ton. 1.50.
These Time Tables show the times at which tral. ,may De expected fiarrireat and dep&Z pain
from the several tattoos,bot their arrival or depa cure at the uu+..i staled U not goanateedBOi be sure to command Uw attention of For Ladies; EmMa Cotton six pain I Day Trains near the new cemetery, between
Is tbUCbmpany to be held rcoiuiUle for ray iV.ajaorauy coajequenses arising tWrvtioji. the public. for $:.- A frntt tlfJU arua Anti-Monopoly Thursday and Saturday of week endIng -
.Lain.roc. Northbound.u .. ._ ..._.i2E7 PL m. July '%8. The animal
For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information ...... nFISHEL Southbound... ..... ..... %:%0 p. m. bone sticks out likea
Kendrick's ice cream social will be Drugstore gray pony mare;
SEE THE TICKET AGENT." i given Friday night. August 10. at the Night Train -' wart on left Jaw. Will ray a reasonable -

J school house for the benefit of the new Northbound... ..... ..... 1:10.. m. rl reward for, her return'toHattie

J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Gen'I.! Pass. At, 5T. AUGUSTINE. FLA. church. Everybody -cordially. Invited. M. Ocala' Fla. Southbound... ._.-. ... ... ::JO.. m. Jones.\ Ocala .FU.

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S. H. BUTCH Manager. J. C. BOOZER, Asst. Manager.CEO. .
A< mad
up by nottroved aou exact -
processDr. Ilerw's I' .vuri- P.Tr Commissioners Will Fix Date at Next i Means Health S -;
C. 1.. BITTINGER & CO. tAco Is a most efficient remedy for r." i- Meeting--Grand Master of Florida .
latln all the womanly functioua. .
co. v
I Masons Will be Present I
Ing displacement, apr wpMi. &nr- 1 The :Best :Beer Is Possible Only With AmericanST.
C. J Bittmger and R. R. Carroll I theCOMMERCIAL
don aid J'"ehlOiJ..oi.r {>. a:tol : Editor Star-The following letter The Strong Hold
periods, toning up the nervt had t m.- I 1ight.Day: Malt-A Scientific Pact Louis 3; Washington. i.
41 Proprietors and Publishers. lug; about a pcrferi tw: or btaii It will explain Itself. and may be of iu- !L About BrewiIlg. Chicago. 1; Boston. 3-

I cures the baot cbe'{**M>ii J n-bea, terect to the public and you will I I Clev laDd.. 8. Philadelphia. 2. BANK
: C. 1.. BITTINGER, the.dragrfng-down distress in the -tfic A perfect bore is healthful-it builds
Detroit. 2 New: York. L
y" region, the stain and tendemees over fiease publish as a matter of general I up strwjgtii asia digestion, and acts asa ; ,
Editor and General Manager lower abdoariosl rj*. dries n > the information. I tonic in giVIng renewed vitality A
i perfect: beer is possible only with perfect. National
pelvic catarrhal drain -
so fli wnrveiW* LA.
and] and ov wiu<-. Jacksonville Fla-. Jul y5.: !"'_ I malt. and a perfect: malt can only be
R. CARROLL form of weakness: incident to tb* crgazu every- H. W. Long. Past. Grand Master Mar- i, made by the eight-day process used by Brooklyn. 0; Pittsburgr. 1 (IS in- S

distinctly feminine. tel. Fa Pilhst. nings.) S 5 Has Public Confidence id Evidenced Its
Matt is made from barley. Barley Upon by Large
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and Business .
City Editor Manager.Mr Favrite la the Philadelphia. 5 Chicago,_3. .
Prescription' only D-r Friend and M W. Brother contains I. its Uementary! form the ;
medicine! for woex-n. the makers of Tom wry kind Invitation to be with I constituents that go to build up the New York. 7; St. Louis. 1. '.' and Increasing BusinessKNIGHT
which are not afraid to print UKHT human system. The process of making Boston. Cincinnati. L '
and Mrs Isaac Stevens and their i formula on be bottle wrapper ties: ye and my brethren of Marion noucty malt as' some of daughter. Miss :Nellie Stevens. left this taking tbefr patrons, into their full confidence on the occasion of laying the corner know. is ouch' hsa as Ike process
afternoon for Seabreeze to spend several It is the only meUi.'ux' frw3m..n atntuof your court house is just lof digestion. The grain is started Southern '
: and the chemIcal change that & LANG
months. Mr. Henry Stevens and every ingrain of whic has re_frtiedIt to perhaps needles to sa>' : take plieS when it sprouts are similar Atlanta 1; Nashville- .. ,
the !strongest poabiUt i endnracmer t of that it afford irte pleasure to action, of the digestive fluids in
family of High Springs went over yes- the to the Birmingham. 3; Montgomery, o.
terday to get the family cottage In or- and xao.writers t i aiimit of our medical day. recommeDalag prartit.
der. :Next week Mr Stevens' ")n. Mr it for the disease > for which "Fa.orita mitting I will be with you on this occasion. <<:- '' : and stxi> years<< of practical game.) S .

Vernle Stevens. a prosperous tiews Procripttou u* .i. It is the only If you will notify me at the ,i brewing that eight days are required Memphis, 3; Shreveport,. 2 (second

dealer of Shawnee. Oklahoma will join put-up medicine for women aofelthrough earliest moment after you have fixed I! in making mail to bring about which thoseneceaaary game) A Full Stock of Wagons Carriages Buggies Harness
'chemical changes by : ,
drigits, which due not contain the day for the
( it will give
the family circle for a few days awl "f'remnny. I 1 the perfect predigested malt 'la pro- :N"o others scheduled.
veritable reunion a laiv* prc'lhe of alcob 1. to- time for m > to notify my brother breweries the oldi and all the Lines.
then there will be a harmful In the long ;::111, especially to I j daced. In many Saddlery Accompanying
of the Isaac Stevens family It Is hoped delicate women it hA more peiuina grand officers surinar you of my i four-day process is still used and the South Atlantic _

by Mr. ernie Stevens many Ocala cores to j its credit i Uiau aU other medi- f hearty i ;
friends that he can find time to stopIn clues for women rnmbtiwd, having )I regards and teem. !, all was inferior much of the vital |
the Brick City a day ere returning I saved tbon-am1'? '>! SH Terers" front. the I Fraternally j ours nutriment of tao grain being lost. The Jacksonville 4; Columbia. 9.
home. and give a handshake to his operating table ai-d thp !ur-*>cn !s km'c. I r-has. \\'. Johnson Grand Master i Pabst eight-day malting process rei Charleston 0; Savannah,. 3. Exclusive Agents for the Famous White Hickory Turpen.
It. has re to;'od dclu at---. WCA-". women to i tains in predige ted form in the beer I
host of friends here. strong nal: .i !orous iiiattii ted vinhty, i The board I.f county commissioners i all of the nutritious. life-givmtr ele- tine Wagon. Prompt Attention to out of Town Orders.

making moth<>rhor. i i"ossi: r.le.where th<<<'rewa will by formal resolution at their re--; orients of th' !prain.Pbst S STATE ENCAMPMENT GROUNDSAt
Justice Sumter barrenness<< be:.fotc. thereby brift'iteii-'! i eight->. malt.. the perfect I
Without exception loll and thousandsof ular meeting next week fix the day, malt doubles the cost *f brewing-but KNIGHT &, LANG
making Lapp
Bullock has the breeziest court room many ; Pabst Malt with tbe exclusive Pabst Tampa Are in Good Condition for
I homes bv the adteat of little ra*s to and extend invitations to tM Masonic
makes Pabat Blue .
in the state of florida. with a regular s rei. then the marital bonds and *ddsun.hme method of brewing Naval Reserves, but a Trifle Moist OCALA FLORIDA
Ribbon Beer superior as a nourishingtonic
vaudeville stage from which he dispenses where lodges of Marion county and of mddjoining -
gloom despondency and a delicious beverage.If for Infantry and ArtilleryThat .
Justice Instead of occupying had reigned before. counties to b@ present and: your food decant taste just right.,
the close stuffy old culinary depart- Write to Dr I'L V. Pierce. lIe win send participate and arrange for such other "or if ;your digestion is a little "off" or the camp grounds are In mis-

ment of the ZeButt home as a courtroom you good. fatherly, profe fonal advice details as may be necessajj your aprtti.e IS poor drink Pabst Blue erable condition is conceded by the FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
in a plain., seak-d envelope absolutely i I Ribbon beer beforo or -i lour meals I II
military officerswho have
he has moved his judicial cha.ln.table free. Address him at DuB.III. X Y The mayor of Ocala will b? expected I and And out fur yourself how good it is. ,
and scales out on the 12-foot %e- Dr. Pieroc's I'tf'.qnnt P..!'lots do not to make the address welcome: in visited the Bite The heavy rains of
randa. where a free and unobstructedview gripe Th'vfff4.tti'ii: > cli aij-<' the v"- Jehalf of ()(-aa. and the chairman '>f thepast day or two have flooded the Western Beef. Veal. Florida Stall Fed Beef, Mutton, Armour's -

is had of the big fig tree and tem of 1 im| urun -,. I the board of county commissioners in i STRAUSS & CO- I grounds and the place is now a veritable -
j Star Ham Armour's Pork Cab-
green grass with the benefit of the cool The P*>pJ lt" Common StikSf Medjcal behalf of the CQUA!). frog pond. Sausage,

current of air that circulates allover Advi r. by Dr. 1'ien. I 10UJ pages is sent! A list of the names of county officers -{ South Main Street, Ocala, Florida The water on some parts of the Ttirnips Beets Sweet
It. The justice is In love with It. and free on receipt of !tan.p3 to pay expense city council the board of trad. grounds is quick to drain off. but in bage, Rutabagas, ,

so are all who are called on to attend of for mailing the book f.lflltSt paper>nd covers 21 one-cent,or 31 stamp stampsfor all secret societies of the county the PHONE 22 other sections it stands continuously, i Potatoes Irishotatoes.Spnkh Onions.

his court and none more so that the the thn..bound volume. Addressas Ladies' Improvement Society of Ocala Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer and those who have seen the site are
spectators who linger around when a above. Ocala Camp and the Daughters of the of the opinion that under the conditions W. P. EDWARDS.PHONE ,

case is tried to get a slice of the rich. Confederacy and if practicable namesof ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME Generals Foster and Sackett will : .
not allow the troops to pitch their I 108 CITY MARKET
rare and racy evidence that now and TO THOSE IN AUTHORITY the members of such sotceties and TODAY

then comes to the surface. the Ocala Rifles also with a list of the I I tents.
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The rainy season being at hand is
of Marion's in
Gentlemen-We, 'the undersigned names representatives
Mr. W. C. Blanchard. recently from and doubtless there are others desireto the legislature. practicing attorneys REVOLT HAS FAILEDIt the cause for such a condition and OCALA PRESSING! CLUB
there" is McIYER & MAcKAY
not any prospect of this
I physicians and dentists should! be fur-
Jacksonville an experienced contractor call your attention to a feti facts in !
and builder. Is now with :Mcl\er & the spirit of kindness. for the good of i nfc bed. and a copy of the several is reported from Heiftingforo: that weather letting up. and In consequenceit J. F. WILLIAMSON, Prop.

MacKay and is the foreman of the ourselves and others. I newspapers published in the county in the Sreaborg mutineers have surrendered is thought that the grounds will remain FUNERAL DIRECTORS

opera house Job. Mr Blanchard and We believe with others. that the impounding which should be published the business _ S should as come at present to the unless rescue Providence of Tamoa I We Make a Specialty of Lad..' Skirts
family are occupying the Delouest of cattle. hogs, goats horses enterprises of Orals other towTis. and Undertakers and Embalmers
and to it that the skies cleared of All Kinds
GOSPELThe Fee are I
of the at The A HEALING
residence in the fourth ward. mules etc. is a good law and oughtto county large foregoing
be rigidly and all the time ent rced. and anything else that any citizen of Rev J, C Warren, the pastor of and this series of showers. come to i D. E. McIVER M. G. BROWN

We pay city taxes for city privileges, thetbe county may wish( to deposit Sharon: Baptist church. UeUir, Ga.. an end. I Undertaker Rates Reasonable-All Goods Pressedand
Carter H. Dame;, who -ptnt_ last should be prepared to be deposited! in Outride of being low the groundsare Cleaned on nort Notice and Delivered -
and ought to have this law enforcedfore says I of Electric Bitters: "It's a Godsend -
week In Gainesville in the interest of delightful for the encampmt'nt.I ,
fully than it is in our part of the the proper place before the cornerstone t'j mankind 1 It our"d me of lame Fine Caskets and Burial Robes Promptly.
the Woodmen met with a cordial re [ I if the weather was only at its best
city. The cattle are around on the !' is sealed. The details for which i Lack cliff Joints and complete physi1 -
ception. He added thirty names to the no more pleasant site could be found All Work Don Licensed: Embalmer
aDd and such other matters as may be I weak it took by "
streets in the mornings evenings I collapse was so me
camp. Alachua No. 7, who will be duly anywhere In the state_-Tampa Herald. S and Fully Guaranteed 'PHONE 167 T
deemed will be arranged by -
dropping their miserable deposits on necessary 1 Ialf; an hour to walk a mile. Two bottles I
initiated this evening by the Jacksonville appropriate committees. The county _. ..1.
the sidewalks for pedestrians' discom- of Electric Bitters have made me : -
team and the choppers said will fort and also watching for an oppor- commissioners will need the cooperation '"ft strong I have just walked three I i ..
Mr. Dame
have a rousing time.
life tunity to get in a yard to destroy The i and active aid of Marion-Dunn miles in 50 minute and feel like
he never was better treated in his miserable little goat will sometimes r lodge the city council the board of walking three nwe It's made a new ,

.' than at the hands of the Gainesville avail himself of an ..JT: people and that the university town is !and of all the people of the county. '
rainstorm and of course leaving a weakness and ail Stomach. Liver and
certainly a-coming. reminder of his being present Let us all strive to make the occasiona Kidney complaints Sold under guarantee iNcIVER AND MacKAY

O1! Well Well! the grunting hog is bright spot in the history of Marion at Tvdlngs & Co's drugstore

Dr. Reeves. manager of the big mill too offensive to say much about; almost I I county and in all of our lives Price_ ;30) cents. *

at Inverness was In the city Tuesday.The any time you can see him roaming H. W Long.
doctor is thinking some of chang- around. I
ing the location of the mill Our streets are anything but a pat

is now overhauling from Inverness to tern of neatness. We knew it rains. J.E.CHACEDNTISL The t'nltt-d States commissioner for Build and to Cottages
the east some eight or ten miles on a but if our streets had been looked after LouiEMlle Ky., has decided that it is Complete Ready Occupy, -

beautiful lake and whera the proposed In proper time they would not have SURGEON unlawful for an employer to forbid any ,

O & G. road will pass. been in so fearful a condition.We 'IT all of his employee to Join a. labor I

hate to be so plain but we pay Office Upstairs. Commercial Bank Bid'sOCALA union."Make. and Residences, and Furnish Them

I,. C MeLeod. who owned a fine taxes and do it cheerfully. and won-

piece of lime property above Kendrick. der why we are 'so neglected. If we FLA. Hay While the Sun Shines"

sold an interest in the same to Will are to be neglected. take off the city I I Thor is a lesson in the work -of the From Cellar to Garret with Everything -

Hocker with a view to developing it. tax and turn us loose the same as the'I Terms Cash. thrifty farmer He knows that the

But now report has it that the Sum- people in the country. and we will try I bright sunshine may last but a day
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ner Lumber Company of Moultrie, Ga.. and take care of ourselves. We are in i -=:. and he prepares for the showers Needed Be it an Humble .

which purchased a big tract of timber earnest about this. We have signed which are so liable to follow. So it S ,

land west of Kendrick to Blitchton. this after mature thought and due de- MALLORY LIDDON'SIce should be with every household. Dy-

0 has taken in McLeod's lime property. liberation. E. W. Gilles sentry dtarrhoea and cholera tnorbuS; Cottage or Palatial Home.

J K. Underbill. S I may attack some member "it #he hom

D. J, Carroll Cream Parlor. without Chamberlain's Colic .. ..
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Justice Bullock tried an Interesting
L W. Ogle. and Diarrhoea
Cholera Remedy
assault case last evening. Paul Don Ocala Fla. August 1. 190*. which I I. the best known medicine for Build and EquipStores Deep Wells Sunk .
Paul was the aggressor and Abram Cold Drinks, Cigars and T 0- these dl..taseshould always be keptat
"' Johnson both sons of Ham. the cause

of Paul's woes. Paul has a comely GONE TO BUY GOODSMr. bacco. All Seasonable hand, as and immediate delay treatment fatal is Churches, School] Houses, CourtHouses Any size or to any depth desired.
necessary. may prove
wife. There was a meeting of neighbors of Dunnellon.
: Walter E. Gamble
F For all sts.
sale drug
ruit by
; etc.
at Johnson's ropewalk. among ,
manager for the store of Christian. Painting Paper Hanging

them Paul's wife. The conversation Gamble Company. and Mr. J. K. Chris-. Courteous attention, low prices ,
'. turned and Johnson. ANOTHER PEONAGE MYTH Construct and
on "hoodooing. Equip
tian of the firm of Christian Dickson
Interior etc. A
the principal speaker said that a Dr. Company of 'McIntosh. have gone to and reliable goods. Give me a Emil Lees>' r. the German consul at decorating roofing, competent

WHkerson. living near MikesvUle. had New York to buy the fall line of goods share of your patronage. Ice cream Pensaiola. has investigated the case I Phosphate Plants of any size, and a complete and skilled corps of of workmen always .
the occult power; that he was possessed -
for their two stores. of peonage reported to him by some
of certain roots that if worn on a inquantities a specialtyMflLLORY of hH countrymen who were employ.- stock of repair parts for same always ready to take charge of work.

person would make said person per- <>d by the Jackson Lumber Company.

fectly indifferent to any other person. WEAK KIDNEYS MAKE WEAK BODIES LDDOJ! ? at xkrtart A lit. and reports that the I carried' in stock. Build r'S MaterialWe
and if those roots were scattered on charge la unfounded. I S
the floor and the person one wished to Build Bridges
resist or shim should step over them Kidney Diseases Cause Half the Common Montezuma Block carry at all times an immense stock ofBuilder's
said person would fall down. dead. Aches and Pains of Ocala And in fact do and all kinds of Material Brick Plaster
with ARNICA and WITCH HAZEL any construction Lime ,
Xow. Don Paul. missing his wife from PeopleAs I

home had sauntered over to Johnson The best salve in the worM for cuts work. Repairs and changes on Shingles Lath Paints Oils Roofing
chain ,
one weak link weakens a bruises. sores. ulcers salt rheum tet-
s ropewalk. and hearing the clatter < THE
of tongues listened without. and so weak, kidneys weaken the whole te-:, chapped hands and all skin erup- all kinds of buildings. Cement Sewer Pipe, eta
body and hasten the final breaking- tions. It is guaranteed to give satisfac-
overheard this com ersation. and when i I .
i tion or money refunded. Price. 25cSoM .
Johnson said to Paul's!! spouse that if down.

she take would a wagon give and him convey a dollar her he to would Dr. causes Overwork injure strains.the kidneys colds and and when other" : J JEHIELEH[ [R land.Manufacturing by O.SUCH William_Co_,Anderson._Proprietors._ Cleve Send us your orders. WJP carry by lar, the largest, best and most varied stock in Cen

W. secure said roots and she could"hoodoo" their activity is lessened<< the whole I tral Florida, and our business methods will please you.

Paul. it was too much for body suffers' from the excess of uric Carries a Complete Stock of BROTHERSARE

Don Paul. His ire arose and he Invaded poison circulated in the blood.: I TOO SCARCEW

the social circle and gave Johnson 1 Aches and pain and languor and Jewelry Consisting of M, Brown a ;young man of Bessemer 'lVIcIVER & NracKA Y
urinary iUs come and there is an
a class Johnson
drubbing. City. N. C. ruined a young girl
had Paul arrested and arraigned before I[ever-increasing tendency towards diabetes PINS DIAMONDS: a Miss Kincaid He then married another ,
fatal disease. Thereis
Justice Bullock. Result: Don i girl and was on the point ofleemg
Paul no real help for the sufferer! except RIXGSYATCIIES..
was as.4'd and
$100 coots or > with" tieon their weddingtrip
four months on the "rock pile." A kidney help. CHARMS FOBS when John Kmcait tile deceived girl's

good friend of Paul's went his bond Doans Kidney Pills act directly on CHAINS CUT GLASS brother shot him 'dead.FRIGHTFULLY CLOSE MESHi AMERICAN i'* FENCE.
and he Is now swinging his trusty hoe the kIdneys and cure every kidney IlLR. I
Sweat justice of tbe peace and I 4 fct b
-- on his friend's farm and trying to diagnose FINE CHINA.LADIES' BURNED
Wilkerson's notary public. residing at 52 Thomas .
occult hoodoo- ..
Ism. St. Waj cross. Ga. says: "I used UMBRELLAS, Chas W. Moore a. machinist, of 1- '
= :z :: =: :: L1zTflta I
Doan's Kidney Pills and can recommend GUARANTEED CLOCKS Ford City Pa.. had his hand' frightfully 6'

..'. C. Y. Miller the successful Dun- them very highly. I took them -AndSOUVENIR- burned in an electrical ftunace He See 6 '" "

;-. nellon land manipulator. was in town for bachache and kidney trouble from applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve with 6 I Itr These
.- today. lie which I suffered for a number of years. CARDS. the astral result "A quick and perfect .] S
the demand 6
says continues How I 311 Close
.r There was & severe pain across the eure." Greatest healer om earth for
for '
:1. town lots in the Phosphate City 6 -- Uj'J'(
and the small of my back constant dull bearing t barns wound sores' eczema, and i! Meshes
town Is ,
marching on to metro- Close 4=1-J
All Kinds of Repairing 25 cents at Tydings &
secretions from
down pain and the piles. Price. .
politan ways with proud strides withIts : I zt>:i't'== -.1I
c' water works and proposed electric the kidneys were dark and full of sediment I Co*, drugstore.CARSON'S These :" '!AT / Win

_'- light plant. Mr. Miller is arranging Since using Doan Kidney Pills ;:;- I --, Turn
S to visit the OM Country next spring. my back Is stronger and the pain has OCAL.J \ SLAYER ON TRIALS Meshes +<- tW...

S in company with :Mrs. Miller and their left me. I think Doan's Kidney Pills : S 'iewt"' ;.1 Earte! ion trial at : I LiftIe
are a very reliable and a very ffect- FLA I S ....... .. r:===-- .. .'
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Fort Myers f..r killing Robert Carson.The Are. -- -- --- -
:Xewburn. ive remedy They proved to be so in __ killing occurred two weeks ago.t PIgs.
case after I had failed to get any
my relief from the u.of. several other DISTILLED WATER-Free Delivery is believed that Bftrarde: killed Carson HEAVY WIRES CLOSE MESH. PIG TIGHT.
There is some faint prospect of Ok- r j' I because he mistook him for an-
remedies" ._ ,
lawaba the purpose station of getting the A an C. agent.I* R. R.It to is For sale by all druggists Price 54cents. n' !! :' TJ other young man. Jeave Gretbam. Top and bottom bars Xo. 10. galvanized wire; Intermediate bars No. 11, galvanizewire .

S ; close Johnson station. this side of In- Foster-MHburn Co. Buffalo XT. ; I ... SIXTY IN DANGER Xo 12 inches
'. .' terlachen if the state railroad con- .. sole agents for tbo United States.! MEN PAST ; Stays, galvanized wire 12 apart.

mission will permit it. as there is very Ret ennber the name-Doan's---and Z 'ICE. n ilore. tban: half of mankind over six-

little business there and open OkIa- take no other 1&11 ty years of age puller from kidney and LARGE STOCK, QUICK SHIPMENTS.

waha. Who says newspaper!' criticism Iz ?- i! bladder disorders usually enlargement

baa no effectProfessor B. L. McMabon, a colored farmer of :.r: ..f prostate gUDds This is both' painI I The Largest Stock of Light and Heavy
Bhtehton who has the reputation of I ; .coo I ful and dane-rous: an 1 Fo5 y* KIdney -
I should be taken at the first -5
Borden of Oxford is state being a hustler and grows more rice i -- u--- cure

agent for Tom Watson's Magazine and than any of his neighbors. was in town OCALA ICE & FUEL CO.. Ocala Fla. sign of danger at it ,otreeta eM Irregularities HARDWARE, SASH, DOORS AND
and bas cured men
Is desirous of getting a first class canvasser toaay. and made the Star a busiDt'5ScalL I ntAII7
diseas Mr. R"dBey Burnett.
of this!
to represent this splendid publication __ __ Rock Port Mo. w rites- "I auffered % BLINDS FARM MILL ANDMINERS'
S In Marion county. The right C. J. PHILLIPS I ,
I with enlarged prostate gland and kfdttf -
kind of a hustler can make money WARNINGIf
with it. you nave kidney and Madder trouble Contractor and Builder.Plans I I \- trouble for :t11'} after taking .
two boulr of folej Kidney Cure I SUPPLIES PAINTS
and do not use Foley9 Kidney ,
I I ; efcr !
feel better tha: ids twenty
S \V. W. Jackson the veteran and successful Cure. you have only yourself to blame
and Specifications Furnished alth..tgh I .tm now 91 yean
fanner across the ri\et. was in for results' as it positively cures ell -
Upon Request f-14! :' sold by.! -U'Tir> sta.TT OILS ETC. ETC.
town Wednesday with a load of his famous forms of kidney and bladder diseases. I :

speckled fryers for which he Sold by all dealers. J29 South Third Sled

S found a ready sale at good prices (, ,'":raJ r<...k;i. who achivd several ja Carried In Central Florida. ...
Ocala Fla. l lrtilr.t nc'o'ios: over the RUBS'.ansr'annK
THE PENINSULAR th" !ai.- war, has ben appO'Btri This is the Implement tor Your Spring Crops
Tonsorial Artist Blesch. also of hor-
f the ,
!"ef of taff Japanese anT
S ticultural fame is spending part of OP JACKle.s2'VILLE. FLA.. L.ALEXAXDEKPractical 'nu< --d <"..-i,eral Kt-Jama: deceased.r'1' S \Ve are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Fence! Also. -"'_
the week at Lady Lake, looking after :
the most liberal accidentand -
Pays sick -- -- -- '
his .
peach orchard.Mr.
death benefits upon the paymentof .. .:.- ; 'tgihlbe
if ) 1 : CQ
small weekly premiums. I ."'.i ., ,: ny _c- MHRION HARDWHRE
Thurlow Bishop. deputy sheriff I The Peninsular is one of the strongest -! CARPENTER AND BUILDER a
has returned from Chattahoochee, insurance companies in the land, : ..:-b ,<.. K.iri"y and bladder troubles

where he went to carry Mrs. L.. J. i and has many thousands of policies in ta;.fvj eio> :ates made rja all .or'rict ,- 5.r" f r"i &n 1 another U the pa- HARRY B. CLARKSON General Manager.OO7SL.7 .

Tompkins. Mr. Bishop had '!no trouble -: force in Florida. All claims are paid tor.., -. .\ i ,> tufld D. .:. ._-k S S J- ,. v.. :...-.I mei'cal aid. Fo- ,
promptly upon demand. Call on ort -. ', .. ::1.' K.T.: -i, ".i: cure. It never
:5 rSS
; \
on the trip, and his patient was : tt : : = FL
S. P. Local
h write Breclungton: Agent t S
quiet and reconciled. t office ever Teapot Grocery, Ocala Fla.i 't"r in the city S .: r' ::11:. S.J by ,*.! i!alera.: .

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Volume J2 Number 46 OCALA. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, J906 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year



A Foil Supply of Phone No. 15 _

Ice Men of Jacksonville Will Reduce Dishonorable Scheme of a German Insurance .

Fancy Cakes Prices Prosecution to Reasonable!Will Amount Cease and And Get Our Prices on Electric Wiring, Fans Its San Company Francisco, to Avoid Losses Paying Most, people are now "taking i life easy*

but work time will soon come. We are

The Ice men, this morning accepted and Fixtures.We San Francisco. August %.-TheTransAtlantic
In Bulk and Packages. Acting County Solicitor Bryan's propositions -i ; Fire Insurance Com- ready to help now or later on.
and the case against the defendants pany of Hamburg. Germany. baa re- }
Also will be dropped It the agreement las4 to pay Its San Francisco loss _
ae. published below is earned out. are also prepared to build and repair claims. MUNROE
Dog Biscuit The Jacksonville Ice Delivery Com This company carried four million ,
pany will retire from business: and a''i Telephone Lines and Motors and do General dollars Insurance this city at the
scale of prices has been agreed upon I time of the great calamity and It has BANKERSCAPITAL
Fancy which will give Jacksonville ice as 1' Work. : now positively refused to pay one dollar I -
I cheap as in any city in this country. Repair ,of the losses It has sustained
Vamla Drip Syrup Mr. Bryan's Terms II III I Thtf company bases its refusal on -0--o-o-o-o-o-.0-' -0-o-o-o-o-o -
i. Shop and Sale Rooms Opposite the Postoffice Drugstore the ground that the losses arose froman I
I 1. All peddlers shall be treated I overwhelming catastrophe due to f $5OOOO
alike. and..,no discrimination: shall be i a visitation of Providence for the Indemnity ,
shown, tbel'rtces to be charged to peddlers THE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. against the consequences of 0 I
for lee to be as follows: One which the policies of the companywere THE
hundred pounds to three tons per day, Phone J5. B. W. MacDONALD. Manager. not intended to provide BANK
OCALA I If! per ton: three to five tons, $275 per I r Ensconced behind this claim the I .
i ton five tons or more. $363 per ton. -- company now calmly faces its hordeof I II OF OCALA '
2 On the wagons o' all peddlers policy holders and declines to recognize ,

Personal Service Anywhere, Any Time,I!employed shoal by be and accurate representing weighing defendants scales.- I. D. 0. F. jTulula F.&A.M. and the one policyholders dollar's worth are of accordinglymad the claims Makes loans rn proportion to the business given it by

and When Seeded. j 3. Parties other than peddlers desiring and preparations are being madeto 0i'depositors. In other words: Your iu bank
to purchase Ice shall be treated select the beet means for makinga I money_' ,
The Question of embalming and Fun. alike and no discrimination shown, Lodge. No 22. L O. O. P. A regular communication I fight against the company to enforce &!I when you don't need it; the banks money loaned to
eral Directing i. a Delicate One and: ice shall be sold to them on plat I meets every Tuesday evening In of Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, the paymen of the claims. I ;
forms at not exceeding It per ton. I II Tonge's Hall. E. Jeffords N. G. F. & A. M. will be held in the temple. I 0f I you when,you do need it. .
Would not it be Best for You to Entrust 4. The Jacksonville Ice Delivery
I w. E. Bryant. Secretary- Thursday evening. August 2. CHILDREN IN PAIN

this Question to Those who Appreciate t to Company('onsumerIther and Its successors at their shall places sell of Visiting brothers N. I.cordially Gottlieb Invited.W. :M.: never cry as do children who are suffering I f I| CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK. _

business or residences! at not to ex- THE TEXAS WONDER from hunger. Such is the cause
It's Delicacy and ,Whose Know Jake Brown, Secretary.
I ceed tfie following rates: I of all baby's who cry and are treatedfor .-0-o-o-o-o-o '0-0-0- -0-o-o-o-o-o
Cures all kidney, bladder and rheumatic

ledge is of the Highest Standard Five cents for 12'i: pounds; 10 cents sickness, when they really are suffering -
I troubles. Sold by all druggists i THE ELKS CAFEIs
from hunger. This is causedfrom
for 25
pounds; 15 cents for 50 pounds;
TELEGRAPH ORD RS RECEIVE I 25: cents per hundred pounds for 100 I or two month's treatment by mall for i now serving regular meals at EO their food not being assimilatedbut
PROMPT ATTENTION to r;60 pounds; 22%, cents per hundred $1. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street I II cents also board at $S per week and devoured by worms. A few doses
pound for 500 to 1000 pounds: 29 I I I St. Louis Mo. Send for testimonials.I II will continue'servlng orders a la carte of White's Cream Vermifuge will
Day Phone Ko.( 10. Sight 94 and 167 J cents per hundred, pounds for lOwO I Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly I I according G. to R. bill TROXLJIR of fare., Proprietor. cause them to cease crying and beginto THE BREAKERS
pounds to one ton. Drugstore.: thrIve at once. Give it a triaL Sold

SMITH & KOBERTS. Ocala, Fla. I 5.: To charge large consumers buying by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. .
FOR SALEA Summer Diarrhoea in Children
more than one ton at such pricesas r I THE BREAKERS Is second to none in location and beach attractions. It
may be agreed upon between the is the ideal hotel for summer tourists. Situated upon a high bluff overlook-
manufacturer and the purchaser not good cow and calf. Cow gives 3 During the hot weather of the summer FIERCE FIGHTING IN FINLAND ing the ocean, and less than two hundred feet from the roiling' urf. It com-
A Choice Stock to exceed $4 per ton. But all peddlers gallons of milk per day. Apply to Ab- months the first annual loosenessof bines the benefits of an ocean voyage with the pleasures of a shore resort.
a child's bowels should have immediate Majority of the Garrison of Sveaborg The rooms act large all outside, en suite ani single with baths and thoroughly -
shall be treated alike and no discrimination I
Pooser. Fla.
ner Ocala. attention so as to check the Revolted and Fought a Pitched Bat- screened. The dining room Is on the ocean tide and one of the most
Of Fresh Beet, Pork shown. disease before it becomes serious. All I attractive rooms of the hotel. Electric lighting, telephone service and Imme
6. These prices to go Into effect immediately CHOPPERS tle With Loyal Soldiers and Sailors diate connection with an up-to-date livery.
WANTED WOOD I that is necessary is a few doses cf ,
and to be published in the Bus will meet all trains.In .
I I I Chamberlain's Cholera Helslngfors. AugustA gigantic I
And Mutt Colic and
tn"Vegetables addition to the Breakers it baa Iracn add the
Metropolis and Tim -Union- ono and' i-oesiblc to use: Of the
'' Wood choppers wanted at the Ocala Diarrhoea Remedy followed by % dose military conspiracy aiming at the simultaneous Clarendon
bath houses,
strictly and in good faith adhered to..Ja'kson1Ue .- bowling alley pool I tables, dancing pavlIMon. and the
'I'Lime Company's location at Oak i of castor oil to cleanse the system. capture of Russia's three famous Clarendon fishing pier.. The table will maintain the high standard to
Fruits, Poultry, Metropolis August 1. Hurst. Apply to C. G. Frazier,'man Rev. M. O. Stockland, pastor of the great sea fortresses' Cronstadt, Sebastopol -I which Mr. Holt pledges himself wherever he assumes the management.
Fish and I first M. K. church. Little Falls. Mino, and Sveaborg, arranged by the The remarkable .record for healthfulness especially for children. It a
Eggs, Oysters ager.
DON'T BE BLUE writes: "We have used Chamberlain's revolutionary military league was well established feature. -
Choice Fresh Family Gruc I Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- prematurely sprung here Tuesday The proof of all Is to Join with the many who,are booking for the season.
and lose all interest when is within
help BUSINESS LOT FOR SALE For-rates and reservations apply to
I edy for several and night by an to arrest membersof I
cries, always on hand from reach .Heroine will make that liver I year find It a attempt
cheap for cash a splendid'business valuable a of who had
very remedy especially for company sappers mutinied
which to do your marketing. ghn perform, Elba.its Ala.. writes properiB.: "Being a Vau-constant 'j I lot, 50x112 ,feet best portion summer' disorders In children. Sold on account of the death of one BERT J. HOLT SEABREEZE -
i of the city. Apply at this office. by all druggists. I of their comrades alleged to have been
or bring us your or- sufferer from constipation and due to illtreatment. FLORIDA.YOUR .
a disordered liver. I have found Her- I
ders and tLey will have --- --- The entire garrison of the fortress at
bine to be the best medicine for these
I Sveaborg flamed out Instantly in
revolt -
prompt attention troubles on the market. I have usedit
constantly. I believe it to be the ALLEN "'V. BRIDGES All the artillerymen and sappers
best medicine of its kind, and I wish garrisoning the place were Involved.
all sufferers from these troubles: to Only four companies of infantrymen ROOM !
of- remained loyaL
know the good Herbine has done me" -DIspenser
98 North Magnolia St.' The mutineers seized forty machine
Sold the
by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Phone 141 I Pure Ice Cream and Cold Drinks, er'guns and and light practically artillery,all in the the quick fortress nr-, Have You Everything You Need For It?

SPEEDY LEGAL VENGEANCEAlton : and fighting has been going on ever
I Choice Candies, Fruits; Confections, since The mutineers would have un-
Mathis. the negro who crim- doubtedly have won had it not been
THE HERMITAGE inally assaulted Miss Ethel :McClain: Fall Line of all Popular Brands of Cigars. for the aid.given the loyal troops by

DAIRYFrsh near Smithfield, Ky, July 25, was exe- the fleet. Even with that the fire Have Just Received Some Fine Din-
cuted_Tuesday night. 'The negro was poured inte the Warships, in the har-
captured in Louisville sent under I bor by the mutineers in the forts was
and Pure Milk and Cream DeI&
I "red Every Morning at Your itary guard to Smithville, where he Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under so hot that they were compelled to ing Room Furniture, Such as '

DoorPHONE rived at 6:40 p. m. A Jury mll.1 the electric fans. Don't forget the place. slip their cablesand- steam out of ,
once sworn in, the negro was range of small arms and rapid fire .,
150 found guilty and at 8 o'clock was guns but from some distance out at
ALLEN BRIDGES' ICE CREAM PARLOR sea they .were able to use their heavy SIDEBOARDS
LUCKIEST MAN IN ARKANSAS"rm artillery to advantage.. At 10 o'clock ,
Electrical Supplies. this morning the forts and warshipswere
Next to Munroe & Chambliss' Bank.MARION .
the luckiest man Arkansas," still exchanging broadsides. The
writes }[. L. Stanley, Bruno "since. loss has been very heavy on both TABLES BJFFFTS-
I have well selected stockof
the restoration of my wife health af-I sides. The revolutionists have torn i ,

Electric Fans in both the ter five years of continuous coughing up the track in many places and burn-
and bleeding from the lungs, and I FARMS ed several of the bridges on the railroad -" CHINA '
General Electric Co. and the owe my good fortune to the world's to St. Petersburg, thus preventing CLOSETS .
greatest medicine.Dr.King's New Discovery reinforcements for the loyal troops
Westinghouseraake. The latter for Consumption, which I S"E3LES from arriving r -AND-

little but know from experience will cure con-
cost a more, require .
sumption if taken In time. :My wife (INCORPORATED) THE YELLOW FEVER GERM

less current to operate improved with; the first bottle and Has recently been discovered. It bearsa CHAIRS.It
twelve bottles completed the cure." close resemblance to the malaria .
them. I also carry in stock Cures the worst coughs and colds or GENERAL LIVERYFINE germ. To free the :system! from dis-

Fancy Globes, High, Low money refunded. At T>dings & Go's. ease germs, the most effective remedyis I
Fifty cents and $1. Trial bottles free Dr. King's New Ufe Pills. Guaran-
be Great Pleasure
will a to Show
Lights, etc.All CARRIAGES, BUGGIES teed to cure all diseases due to malaria

kinds of electrical work A STEP IN TIME TRAPS, CARRYALLS Tydings poison and& Go's constipation.drugstore.A 25 centsat Them to You and Give Prices.

ann repairing done at reasonable President Roosevelt and Secretary of ,
the Interior Hitchcock have withdrawn JACKSONVILLE SENSATIONA
prices, under a full guar ; from public entry between six FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSESHORSES Jacksonville mulatto named Paul
ana' seven million acres of land in the Daniel committed suicide yesterday
antee. If your lights are out West and Northwest. The e lands are AND MULES FOR SALE after shooting and probably fatally OCALA FURNITURE CO.

of fix, or you need wiring coal bearing and are withdrawn from wounding his, best girL
entry to keep the big corporations from HORSES BOARDED BY THE MONTHA.
done to No. 222. them
phone gobbling up.
C. COBB, General Manager. What: a New Jersey Says E. C. SMITH. C. V. ROBERTS.
Walter Tucker IT. T Lynch, editor of the Phlllips-
HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLDS burg; N. J.. Daily Post writes "I have

at Victims of hay fever will experience used many kinds of medicines for
great benefit by taking Fpleys Honey coughs and colds Jn my family but

Spencer & Smith's and Tar, as it stops difficult breathing never anything so good is Foleys LIVERY AND FEED STABLES '
immediately and heals the inflamed air Honey and Tar. I cannot say too
passages, and even if lt should fail to much in praise of it" fold by all
The Art of cure you it will give% instant relief. Restaurant dealers. (Standlev's :Old Stand.)

The genuine is In a yellow package ,...IEXCURSION
Sold by all druggistp. LOW ROUND TRIP _
Buying a PianoIs RATES The Best Drummer's Business

That SEABOARD AIR LINE Via-the Atantic: Coast Line Carriages and Buggies. Given Special Attention.
Something SPECIAL RATES Meals
Does Not -;xFitst; Class $1&2S, Monteagle, Tenn. June 29. 30 .

Everyone $18.25 Monteaqle. Tenn and return. July 3, 6, 23, 29, 31and August 16, 17, Good Traveling Careful Drivers _

Have Tickets on sale July 2S, 29, 30, 31, CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining limited to August 3L Extension on but
August 16 and 17. with final limit payment difference between fare andGentle

There tot August 31 Room paid and summer tourist rate can be Horses. Stylish Rigs.
are things until Personal
many open midnight.
$16.85, Columbia, S. C. and return. had until October 3L

a k e. i into consideration- Tickets on sale July 27, 28, _S, 30 and attention given to special orders, anythingthe $36.65, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn. f
August 6, with final limit August 28:!
sweetness of tone, reliabilityof $17.70. Asheville. N. C. and return. market offers prepared for the table on Low It, 11 rates.and 12 Tickets, with final on limit sale August August D. W. TOMPKINS Proprietor.Phone .

make, lightness of action Tickets on sale July 28, 29, 30. with short notice. See our Refrigerator display 31. Extension to September SO may 124. Ocala Fla. West oi Sqaare-
final limit August. Extension to be obtained.

and the durability and construction September 30 available. in front of the Store. I V42.00, Washington, D. C. Sold daily

of the $*&25, Monteagle Tenn, and return. to September 30. All tickets limited
; case. Tickets on sale July 2$, :'. 39. 31. Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. to October 31 '

t Whenever do decide to and August 16 and 17, with final $62.10. Mexico City Mexico. Rate of
limit August 31 Special Price to Regular Boarders I one fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on
buy a piano, why not buy it $21.90 Lexington Ky.. and return. sale August 14 to 3L inclusive. Final
Tickets on sale July 29 and 30 and limit ninety days from of a good reliable firm. The THE GARM1GHAEL & SON GO
August 1, with final IinuUAugust 5, Stop-overs allowed west of Missis- THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA

Cable Company is today the $22.60, Roanoke, Va.. and return. Tick- sippi river /
I music ets on sale August 12 and 13, with Ed's Place West of Square $35.15, Milwaukee, Wis. Rate of one "
house in the -CONNECTIONS- *
largest final limit August 31. Extension to fare plus $2. -Tickets on sale August
world. Tl.eir September 15 available. 10 11 and 12. with final limit leaving TO THE EAST Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond '
are manufactured
and Milwaukee August 22. All Rail and Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry.
$25.95 Washington, D. C return.
in their own factoryand Tickets on sale July %1. 30 and 3L THE GLENWOOD $23.75 Richmond Va. Rate of one fare
with final limit August 8. Extension plus 25 rents. Tickets on sale Sep- TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
their reliability is un- to September S available. tember 2 to 5. Inclusive frith final :Flyer route via Atlanta.

questioned. i $35.15. Milwaukee Wi,. and return. CONVENIENT TO BOTH DEPOTS limit to Semptember 13.:
Tickets on sale August 10, 11 and 12 2260. Roanoke, Va. Rate of one fare TO THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co, for New York Philadelphia
Write us today for prices with final limit August ::. A newly renovated hotel with all the privacy of family life plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Au- and Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York Washington.Via .
gust 12 2nd 13, with final limit August and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners
terms and catalogues. I $65.10. Mexico City Mex.. and return. All modem con'eniencesFirst class in all of its
ap- 3L Extension of limit to September Transportation Company for Baltimore and PhUadel-
Tickets; on sale August 14 to St. inclusive -
with final limit ,9 days from pointments. Porters meet all trains. Rates, $2 15 may be bad. Steamship phia. '
1 The Cable Co. date of sale. Summer tourist rates to all summer
per day. Weekly and monthly rates made tesorts. Tickets are-on sale daily un- KEY WEST and HAVANA-Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co.

For further Information and Pull- known upon application. til September 30. with final limit to Route of the celebrated traIns New Tork and Florida Special Florida
HO West Bay St., man reservations iall city ticket office return any time before or oc October and Weal, Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie :Flyer

: Jacksonville, Fla. telephone 129. MRS. THOS. J BARNES 31.For further Information apply to I Quickest schedules, superior aenrtce. For information as to rates schedules a

Kodak time. W.s hare everything lathe nearest agent or J. G. Kirkland Div. etc, consult the purple folder or communicate with J. G. Klrklaod. D.
Frank Chase. Manager. .' line. The Postofflce Drugstore f L, PROPRIETOR. Passenger Agent., Tampa Flaaiiiiiiiiii'I P. A* Tampa; W. J. Crab Passenger "Traffic Manager, Wilmington.:: N. C.


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I ...THE -GOOD THINGS OF EARTH Mamma DIdm't Her Him. I How Is Baby Today 11? LYNCHING IN ATLANTA !

I A lynching took place in I..akswood.l
Better thank In facVqurte well.
I I you. one of the suburbs of Atlanta Tuesday. ;
Are Not All Far-Fetched, I : Fat round and foil of iiie and nuschieL: 1 1i Annie Poole a -year-old white girl, : dol

-- i Pink and white flesh dotted w.lh dim was assaulted by a negro at 19 clock!

That our American forests abound la eult breathing, smothered !Mnsatons N MAA +. ples. No cough no indJ ution. Tuesday morning He was noon cap1
plants' ,the roots of which poosea the most 1 palpitation or irregular heart action. I. tared and on being identified by the!
valuable medicinal and curative virtues l>r. Paine, author of Paine': Epitomy All on account of girl was shot dead by her Infuriated'
Is abundantly attested bjr scores ol the )Medicine considered Stone root specific! neighb4 rs. K
most eminent medical writers. and teachers in these cases; and cites bad cases cured ;
of our age. Even the untutored : by it in his extensive practice GoldenSeal I
Indian had by Intuition and experiment root, another prominent ingredient ::tames: aad the. Law I
,discovered the usefulness of many of Dr. Pierces "Discovery! ,' is also a Speaking generally the law of Eng

native plants before the advent of the valuable heart tonic as fc* also BUck land allows a person to assume: and 1 DyspepsSia
white race on this continent This in (;blrry hark, another Ingredient You
formation.crude though It was. Imparted will 'also learn that the eminent f>ra. A use any name provided Its we Is not 11
freely to the friendlier of the whites led Hale Ellingwood. Johnson: Hare, Coe : calculated to deceive or inflict pecuniary
administered by mother whose Jon Cure
the latter continue investigation' until and others recommend Golden Seal I root, a loss. So the court of appeals laid '
today we have a rich a-ortment; of most and e\eral of them Stone root. Queen'sroot. was tempered with common srnse. !I down the law In Dockrell against Dou-f I -
medicinal roots and ; Bloodroot and Black
valuable American Cherrybarlc
,- herbs. I for bronchial, throat and lung affections :- a She knows that OZOMULSION u gall and this attitude of the law the:' Gives rest to the stomach Cure fndiCestiond7apepsia

It is no longer thought necessary that i! attended with hoal!e'nH"pprsl" tpn' a fountain of energy for grown-ups, i Law Journal remarks,. is characteristicof I wur stomach _
a medicinal agent, in order to be good coigh: nltrlt-*.eats and kindred rrmp- Willie-Say. pop, s pose some bandits too. It stops waste of f csh. It makes I our British love of liberty. French ; tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervous
and useful}, must have been brought : tonic indicating approaching con ump- caught ma. Would you pay a ransomto r!omach. and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed .
plenty of rich blood. For pale feebl law is much more strict. It forbids any ;
acros the ocean or that 'beinz carried i tion. AU these agents are faithfully and get her back? i
seven times across the Sahara Desert on I! fully represented in Dr. Pierce's Golden folk it is the chief nourisher at life's citizen to bear any name other than : Mfe f Torn
Father After had her for Eat ..
they a #
the backs of fourteen camels makes It Medical i Discovery, and it .can be con- feast. It cures Consumption when! that which Is expressed In the registry I m. .5. .ta.ea.wta Na... ,.. Be _". ...., o ...i..wji,4...sY u.
the more valuable.Dr. fidentally relied upon to produce their week they would pay me to take her .CY seal. ,
of his birth or to add surname to -4aaRtaL7a ma ww.amSOLD
Pierce believes that our American I. combined curative effects, not only in the bat k.-Washington Post taken in tlmi. An druggists sell any
forests abound in moot valuable medicinal above mentioned affections but 'also in and the bottle. Let hIs proper name. German law Is.the BY THE ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA FLA
roots for the cure of most of our h".1: catarrhal disease. no matter w hetheraHocting 50 cents $1.00 it-I pamef only it goes a little further In
fatal diseases if ; the nasal or other Hairs and Ktiqvettr .f Golf. fend
obstinate and most we passages youFree imposing a penalty on any one giving
would properly Investigate them; and, ', regions of the body.
In confirmation of this firm conviction In nasal! catarrh, while relying on the Sarnplo Gcllle by toil : s false name to an officiaL-Dundee

he points with pride to the almost mar-I -Di!CO\"f'ry. as the best constitutional Advertiser.
velous cures effected by his "Golden )100I i I I remedy known to medical science; Dr. I i! \Vrite letter or pi><.*al to I -

ical to be Discovery the most," which efficient ha stomach! proven tonic.itself I I baee's to cleanse Catarrh the nasal Remedy passages.should Together be used e.t.w ,1 OZOMU ;.SON; C C. i G..... !

liver invigorator, heart tonic and regulator -I they constitute the nroet thorough and 08 Pine Street. Hew York : The Germans were the Inventors of ,

and blood cleanser known to medical effective course of treatment which can u _____ the first gun. About 1378 Schwartz CATORIA
science. Not less marvelous in the be employed for the cure: of that troublesome a German machinist, manufactured numerous '
unparalleled cures it U constantly mak- oi--aj-e. -
ing of woman's many peculiar affections I I No other medicines sold through drajrgits crude guns which were brought i: I 'tJttm)

,weaknesses and distressing: derange!:: for like purposes: have any such i Into use by the Venetians in 1392: It j
menU is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip lir'fe**..>nfil endorsement as Dr. Pierces,. WHY TAKECALOMEL !i is a strange: fact that cannon were : For Infants and Children.
lion as Is amply I attested by thousandsof !I and in consequence, none are so' largely '
who know what made before small firearms. At Ambers !
unsolicited testimoniaUicontributwl by :I prescribed by physicians ?
grateful patients who have been cured by : they are made of and that their composition there Is still a piece of ordnance I The Kind You Have

Ito leucorrhea,painful periods irregularities is of the best ingredients I regardlessof I marked with the date 1303. Cannon 'DJ& aflJl-r
prolapsus and other displacements, cost Send -for the little free book \Vhen Mozle 's IemonElixir .
were first used in war at the battle,of I.
ulceration of uterus and kindred affections. sow, vegetable : -----
often after many other advertised I The"Golden Medical DII\'ry.! must purely: Crecy, In 1340. It was not until 1544, -= '
medicines had failed not he t"XI."tf..1 to produce miracles. compound, with a pleasant : however, that they were made In Eng. 1- Always Bought

Both these world-famed medicines are While it U eaix| *dally suited for the cure I taste, will relieve: \ ou :. land. i 1I A7cgetaUePreparalioaIbr! .
wholly made np from the glvcerlc extracts of all fhrttnif. liaijerimj tuvyti that are i iWell I .
of Bi1io and all
of native medicinal roots foundIn tunMe, it Is not so effective In unite I .nes". I similating eFedilfdKegula-
our American forests. The processes :', colds and: coiizhs unless I'lipperyf'lm kindred disease-, without Turned. I tag the. fats aodBoweis ofPrc Bears theSignature
employed in their manufacture were mll<"ila e. ftalo4'f't1! tea, solution of gum k.K and ;< t "How old are your asked the Insurance I ,
Original with Dr. Pierce, and they are i arabic. or other mucilaginous: demulcent I griping or nausea, agent" of the lady. 1 I
carried on by skilled chemists and pharmacists he drank fmly in connection with Its leave no bad effects. I
with the aid of apparatus and use. Nor must the ""Diwovery be expected I It was thoughtless of him, and her
appliances specially! designed and built | to cure consumption in its advanced "A ball lying in the fork of a tree SOc. and S1K; ) ) per bottle i indignant "Sir!"' brought him straightway .

for this: purpose. Both medicines are stages In its early stages it will must be played or the player shall lose I at all Drug Stores. to his! senses. noteslDigcsfion.ChecifulnessandRestContains -
alcohol and all other its and often effect a cure J, 'I
entirely! free from I stay progress I neiUer
stroke. "Of will he
harmful habit-forming drugs. A full If its use be iiersi ted in for a reasonable a .'" i iI course. you understand. l 'of
list of their ingredients 1 is printed on eachof length of time send for the little book I MQZLZY'SLEMON went oil. .tha't we hare to be careful Opwmlorphine nor Minaa1.

their wrappers. They are' tenth made I noted above and learn what those most To gave Her Face. \ ELIXIR.'Oxa about making contracts.: I merely KOTNAHCOTIC.Aperfect .
of such native medicinal nxTjj as have eminent in the medical profession Say of I wished to assure'myself that you are I'
received the strongest' endorsement and the Ingredients out of which Dr. Pierce'amedicines 1115E Coa'. :E I "
praise; for their curatl-e virtues from are made and thereby learn le&l1l1.tit. age.
the most prominent writers on J/oteria why/ they cure obstinate diseases. ... I 1 dGirdltSW li8'1 tJ 8

JI Medico in this country.. What is said of Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellet! cure I --- -. -;"' -... ._ Equally Ignorant. : =J. -
their power to cure the several diseases. biliousness sick and bilious headache, --. _- I
The author of "Kemimscences of
for vhich they are advised may be dizziness costiveness, or constipation of -- h --- a i /fMItJh SJI.-
easily learned by sending! your name the bowels lo.s of appetite, coated I Country Politician"* once asked a laborer .... In

and address to Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo, tongue, sour stomach windy belchings, in an CnghIi village low old he I II r J.i.: .
N.Y., for a little booklet which he has hf'art.burn.pain and distress after r' r FLY Si ', was. I 'I {krwJ.r3-,
compiled, extracts eating, and kindred; derangements! of the I
from numerous !standard medical books, liver stomach and bow..lPut, up in "I be just the same age as the UseFor
which are consulted as authorities by triads vials tightly corked therefore I queen." he said., "It be either a fortnight i --

physicians of the several schools of pray always fresh and reliable. One little u older or a fortnight younger. I i Remedy for Constipation -
their guidance in prescribing. It "PeIet"Is. a laxative, two are cathartic. ,
tice is FREE for ""I'0..u..L. A postal card request + They regulate,invigorate and cleanse the I i IUOrtEV CUR don't rightly know which and I don't I ,Sour StoouLCD.DiaiThoea.

will bring it liver, stomach and bow els. : suppose her knows either." Wormserish- Over

You don't have to rely solely upon the A !good medical book written In plain ; I Ii I leSS and Loss OF SLEETFntSimile ..
.. manufacturer's say-so as to the power of English. and free from technical terms II i A Witty Forlurnitr. I II
Dr. Pierce's medicines to cure as with is a valuable work for frequent consultation. WILL CURE YOU oft
other medicines sold through dru gist.. I Such a work Is Dr. Pierce's Common I A forlorn looking man said Tve : Signature

You have the dfelMferwtcd: testimony of Sense Medical Adviser, In plain of case of Kidney or tried everything that I could turn my i t I if4' YearsCASIORIA
any Thirty
a host of the leading medical writers English, or Medicine Simplified. It's'a : ItI i; hand to, but couldn't make anything i
and teachers. send for this copious I bock of 1008 pages, profusely illustratedwith Bladder disease that is net NEW YORIt'
and I have decided to
answer now go I
wood and colored It :f
testimony. It can be relied upon to cuts plates. I : ,
I be truthful because U sold -loth-Minding for flJiO Send I
j 21
fnt'l"CRtt'f1. I i a wonderful echo, to see if I'
From the little booklet above mentioned, cents, in oute-ceut stamps, to pay for cost the matter? What have you got cine. Take it at onceDo j i can make that answer." '
you will learn what a marvelous curative of mailing i : only for paper-covered copy' that veil on fort i

action Stone root, one of the prominentIngredients addressing Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, CookSurema'am.. I don't want to not risk having Bright's DIs-
I of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical I! N. Y.; or 31 cents for an elegantly clothbound "Sir," said Dr. Johnson to a friend EXAC1 COPYUFWRAPPCf.
I DiSvory'exf'rcI over the heart i copy. It gives over :300 presrrip.tions have my complexion spoiled while I'm Diabetes. widower who
ease or commenting a
and its diseases especially those.Ivulu 1 for the treatment of acuUOiiidi cooking. I upon wediled -,.-- .........._........._. .._ .rw_. ............_
remarried though his life had: -- ---------- --- ---- -
affections which are attended wilD dm- 1 i chronic ailments.
nothing gained by delay.
A. Soft Ao.wer. i i been unhappy "It Is triumph of hope{!

THE OCKLA W AHA INN SOc. and $1.00 Bottles. over experience."

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REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. I II ---- - -- -- -- -
A Pleasant Homelike House + I When your joints ache and you surfer -1 1I ._ __f_.. -= ""' :r;;.""," -- =
from rheumatism. Buy a bottle
,-. of Ballard's Snow Liniment and get I THE LAND OF THE AZTECTO

Ii-- Elegant, Airy Rooms and the instant relief. A positive cure for MEXICO AND RETURN

rheumatism, burns, cuts contracted.

very Choicest Table Board. muscles. sore chest, etc. Mr. L T. II ONE; FARE PLUS 25 CENTS

Bogy, a prominent merchant at Willow
Special Rates in Summer, to KIas Voint Texas, says that he finds Bal 1 I' August 14th ta September 1st inclusive. Tickets will be good

lard's Snow Liniment the best all i incty days *rom date of sale and will allow liberal stopovers.This .

round liniment he ever used. Sold by .
Weekly and Monthly Board the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Low is an exceptionally: low rate ar.d: is open to the. public.

Go sea the National Museum, the Cathedrals Bishop's Palace,
?, t Round Trip Rates Via the Chapulttpec, Etc.. Etc. >
tt..t r hamasQ W uml.
MRS. HATCHELL, LOUISVILLE 5 BASHYILLE RAILWAYThe The land ,of the Manana. where every street and plaza has. .
Papa (literary who has given orders

s r. ? : -- : .. Proprietress. be Is not to be disturbed)-Who is it? some old legend and where i if is possible to forget that you were
.. .; ) Louisvjlle and :Nashville; Rail-
-" '.; '. Little Daughter- Scarcely anybody ever in a hurry. .
I road will sell round trip rates from .
papa Jacksonville to points shown on dates The rout is via Memphis and the Iron Mountain Route

ever indicated.I Proportionately low rates ti '
i I
--- The Meacvre of It. from other points. through Little! Rock, Historic Sar. Antonio, Laredo, Morterey and

Phonographs from $10 to JIO.:; Over $32.10, Milwaukee, Wit, and return.I San Luis Potobi.

400 different records in stock to select Tickets sold August 10, 11 and 12.
r.lothers from. A. E. Burnett. the Jeweler exclusive Final return limit August 22.

I agent for Ocala. $33.60 St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn..1 AND ONE-FIFTH FARE
and return. Tickets sold
Tickets will be cold daily from points in the Southeast up to
Look out! for Cliilclren'j 11 and 12. with final return limit
your August 31. By payment of fee of SO September 30th, and will have a final limit of October 31st. Thisis

Heal ih .:while tl'lcyare young. be cents extended and depositing until September ticket, same 30. can the best limit we have ever had on Hot Springs Tickets at this
i i iti. 1f t, $46U> Chicago IIU and return. Tickets ,low rata HOMESEEKER'S EXCURSIONSTO

on sale daily to September 30. ARKANSAS, TEXAS] OKLAHOMA, LOUISIANA INDIAN
ts.TRe.DE. ii and limited to return until October i

tit/ i $57.20 Denver Colorado Springs or 30 Days' Limit Will be Allowed These Tickets Which Will be

/ 70z Pueblo. Col., and return. On sale Sold on

; MARw .+ daily until September 30.' Final return 1 JULY 17, AUG. 1 and 21, SEPT. 4 and 18, OCT. 2 and 16.
limit October 31.

Is a great medicine[ for children. It keeps their liver activeIn O i 533.40 Hot Springs Ark. and return. LIBERAL TOP-OVERS

a mild gentle manner ;yon will see a healthy color appearon Tickets on sale daily. :Final return I. E. REHLANDER. Tr v. Pass. Agt. l

their cheeks, and illness for them will be a thing the past. "Ob. ye. Crookit has been in politicsIn ill TMat Seai"o'PACKAGE ivR' limit 90 days from date of sale. 34 W. 9th St. Chattanooga. Tenn.
A Positive Cure our town for years and he's been .... _=--- -=--:1" : -
wonderfully successful too. THE PERFECTION CANOPYfor Dally to September 30 round trip

"I CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND "You don't say? Strange I never wood and iron beds and children's summer tourist tickets will be on sale ---
I to
tartans resorts. Full
heard of him." cribs, supplied with either bobimt of
FEVER. MALARIA DYSPEP- schedules, time tables etc. will be fur-
Tou would have been more likely to plain netting.
SIA, BILIOUSNESS, AND ALL nished promptly on application to G.
I LIVER C03iPLAL1TS.1 hear of him if he had been unsuccess- For Sale by Mciver and MacKay. E Herring Fla. Pass. Agt. L. & N. R.P. Southern
ful I refer to his success In keepingout
-- --- ----------- ------- ., 118 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.

=.: \1 Y Mrs. J. Hopkins Manchester of JalL"-Philadelphia Press. i

y. Ran. writes: "I .. DIXIE FLYER ROUTE B.-The f+follow-in schedule figures are published only as Information
D Before AIL.Officer
', a have used Herbine for ty 'W.RITE
tfB and are n<-t guaranteE'1.
yearsknowofnobetterforchills I T I The Nashville Chattanooga and Saint --- ----.
and fever i
headache its
= biliousness Louis Railway TWO VESTIBULE TRAINS EAST} NORTH AND WTST No.' IS f
,etc. My children i
i are never sick. I will .. ."") I The N. C. & SL I* Ry. announces the Lv Jacksonville..So. nit 'Up
I use it ,,: .. following reduced rates for No.0.1'li; Lv Jeeap ... . .SoAr By: O.30p
always. the
l\ f '.. round Lv Jacksonville So R y.| p I' ilacon. .. .. . .SoAr 2...50a
: ''i'''' i trip from Jacksonville during June, . PRy
\ 'i'L; PRICE 50c. t 1 Lv Jestip .So. RyU.3I&.40P Atlanta . .. . So 5.2da
L-- July and August These rates are LV Savanoah. . So. Ryi LZ ptlZ.15a Ar n 0IDe.. . .. . .So.n.Y TSOa
( And tell us Lout your u7.mrrtx aDd lean special and in addition to the regular Ar Columbia. .. ..So.So.. PT' c.i 5Ma l Ar Dalton.. . . .So. Ryl I 823a
P\ summer tourist rates in effect from Ar Cbarlotte . Ry'l6.05pjAr : 9SSa ) Chattanooga . .So Ry 9.45a
'Ballard Snow Liniment Co. + I I :May 15 to October 31 inclusive to Greensboro .. .So. Ry,12.5Sa 12S1pAr 1 Lexington. . Q. & CJ 5.20a
Ar Danville. . .so.. P.y2.@aa; 2.19p . .
500-502 North Second St., r eclf Ti1ets somm resorA throughout the North __ Ar Cincinnati Q. & Ci 7.4Qa
{ %> c : South and West Ar Richmond.. .So. Ell U8al f.4p

ST. LOUIS, MO., 111 r ,t i and Suppositories I Monteogle. Tenn.. Is the most attractive Ar M Charlottesville.LnlChburg. .80..50. nYI 6.0211 4li 1.IpIAl'UtplLv+ Chkago.Clnct1lDatl..... ..... ...C.. .Blg IL Four k DUSp\\ 7.10a

and popular summer resort in
t ; Ar Washington __. .So Ryl 9.45a{ 9S4p1Lv| Cincinnati .. Pa. Lines j 8Sp
reliable for ladSgatm, the and should receive consideration
the old puth. -
sue I ... .
Ar Baltimore. .P. R. RjlLSCa; :11.2pj 1 Ar Chicago. Pa. Lines 7.10a
j vms DeL-Tity. GxutpatyiB; Kkhcy from everyone contemplatinga lr W Philadelphia P. R. Rf L45pj 2.3 5a' Lv Cincinnati . C. H. & D. .4Sp

jI I i Bladder TrouUcv Loa ViuLtr r.a-I f trip to the mountains. :Malaria and Ar, New_ york. ... P. R. U) 4.13pj! uta :, Ar Chicago. .. . .. .Mononj;

Sold and Recommended by I } :-r; I kindred dJeases, ftle.etc Dru !! mosquitoes are entirely unknown and THRO'"TIIB LAND OF THE SKr |ILv Cincinnati. .. C. H.-&:: DI! 9.45pXo.
I Its location on the tip top of the Cumberland -
20 I Ar Toledo.. .. .. Big FoorJ: 6Jea
I them at 'Jb box.or t-xy vi3 L- mountains assures one of cool I
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore jI *W' 1:t :pet : I. Lv Jacksonville..So. Ry'7.5Sp Ar Big Four1 7.25a

: pcepald upoa receipt of price. Address I nights and pleasant days. Lv Savannah . .. .So.. Ry12'la { Lv Cincinnati . Big Four! Slop

I Haggaid Spccuc:: Co.. Atlanta, Ca. To Monteagle Tenn. and Return Ar Columbia..So. Ry 6.SOaAr Cleveland. .. Big Fourl '.4$a

I .; $16.35I Ar AsbevWe..SO. Ry L50p + LT Le-.00. .. .. ."' ssep732a
Ar Hot Spring N. C.. So. Ryl U7p t RTC
I Lsils.
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ROUND TRIP SUMMER I Tickets on sale June 29. 30. July 3. Ar Knoxvi le. ._ ..So. 'Ry .Wp i Ar So. Up
I . .. I
Ar. ;t. Loola So. ny :
I -It's no use hiding. f'ir. I 5. 19 :, 21. !8. 29. 30. 31. and August Ar Lmicvtlle .. .. So. Ry ftSOa
I It and 17 limited to August 31. Final Ar St. Louis . .. .Sa. Ry .12pAr I| So. RylO.2a
must have your name and addn*ss. Ar Cincinnati .. .Q. & C* 8.Ua !'! Ar Birmingham . So. Ry 12-Clp
VOODA limit extendea to October-SI depos- I
AND CONVENTION RATESRound by .. iAr MemFbls. . .Friscol\ 8_ 5pFrisco'
iting ticket with agent and paying dif- '
All'' Ar Kansas City. .. _9.40a
-: EXPENSE which ticket Excellent Dining Car Service on
UNNECESSARY ference between rate at Through Trains ( Memphl. . . . . .' 8.2ea
trip summer excursions from all points east to Pacific Coast and Big Load! for $* was bought and regular summer tourist I Hot Springs . . . .J t 30a
Northwest, from June 1 to September 15, with special stop-over privileges. Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoeacome rate. ,

Good returning October 31, 1956. on without warning and prompt To Nashville Tenn, and Return $1&2S :No. 34-"New York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
relief must be obtained. There is no Sleeping! Car Port Tampa and Jacksonville to New York.
from date of sale Extension to
Summer Rates to Colorado June 1 to SeptemberUse C.ASIIB. days
the of "
of incurring expense No Drawing
necessity ticket "Washington and florida Lbnit d. Dally Pullman
I 341, 1JOS, by depositing -
the splendid through service of the Southern Pacific from New Orleans a physician's service in such casesif September Room Sleeping Car. Jacksonville to New York Dining Car.
Union Pacific from Kansas City or Chicago to all points West Northwest Chamberlain's Colic Cholera anl with special agent and paying fee I No. 30-DaJy Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Car between! JacksonviUe -

and Southwest, Including palatial steamship service from San Francisco Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand. A dose : of ;Su cents.Ques4ons. lIen r onvtlle. Abbeville. Hot Springs. Knoxvilte and Cincinnati.No '
\ cheerfully answered. I : 13 Florida Limited vestlbUed train. Tbroognoay
-Daily solid
to Japan China. Australia etc. of this remedy will relieve the patient
I For further information routes I coaches and Pullrnan Drawing Room SI eojnng' Cars Jacksonville to Atlanta.
Through Pullman tourist cars from Washington. Atlanta Montgomery, before doctor could arrive. It has
a te Coiorada
Car Jmnip -
rates and attractive summer resort Chattanooga and incinnatl Also Pull man Sleeping
eta, and from St. Louis and Chicago to California. never been known to fail even in the : H. SEYMOUR ('. .
; folders, ,tc.. call: on or address Cole: Springs. (.t. via Birmingham. Memph i Kansas CitY-
Write us for literature and information.R. most 1"ere&ld: Dangerous cases and
; Jacksonville Fla.
: Florida Passenger Agent. 212 J. C. LUSK, District Passenger Agent 108 W. Bay Street
O. DEAN, T. P. A. J F VAN RENSSALAER, Gen. Agt no family should be r ithout it. For Danley .
ELY T. J JI ,1 Phone 185 West Bay Street Jacksonville. Fla. H. Hardwick, .P T. M.; W. H. Taylor, G. P. A.: Brooks Morgan A. G. P. A.PAGE'rO .
C. W. P. A. 124 Peachtree SU Atlanta Ga. sale by all druggists.


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