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
29.187778 x -82.130556


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Stark's ferry, on the Oklawaha. They Olmstead declared that the law was
camped on the east side of the river Elegant new china closets and but- class legislation.
in l used the ferry boat as a fishing fets and china closest combined. Call Justice Olmstead said in his decis-
:-iaack and so loaded it down with and see them at McIver & MacKay's. ion: "To labor and employ labor are
inherent and inalienable rights of our
------ citizens, and cannot be taken away
in whole or In part unless upon the
LLEN BRIDGES broad ground of public good, which
0LL L W ,* 13 1110 E must be apparent and cannot be pred-
icated upon legislative dictum."
Dispenser of
"Make Hay While the Sun Shines"
Pure Ice ream and Cold Drtk, Ther s a lesson in the work of the
Choie Candes, Froits, Con Cti thrifty farmer. He knows that the
Choc C, bright sunshine may last but a day
and he prepares for the showers
Ful Line of n Popular Brands of Cigars which are so liable to follow. So it
should be with every household. Dy-
sentry, diarrhoea and cholera morbus
S Come ill and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under may attack some member sf the homn
without warning. Chamberlain's Col-
Ithe electric fans. Don't forget the place. ic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which is the best known medicine for
these diseases. should always be kept
ALLEN BRIDGES' ICE OREAM PARLOR, at hand, as immediate treatment is
Necessary, and delay may prove fatal.
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Most people are now "taking life easy,"

but work time will soon come. We ae

ready to help now or later on.





Phone No. 15
Says the Gainesville Sun, for the G A Build Its Extension
And Get Our Prices on Electric Wiring, Fans T..rough O. s

and Fixtures. (Gainesville Sun, August 5.) ]
An important meeting got the direc-
W e are also prepared to build and repair tors of the Ginesvile and Gulf Rail-
road was held in this city Saturday, a
Telephone Lines and Motors, and do Gen- full'board being present.
There were many matters of Impor-
tance to come before the meeting, but
eral Repair W ork. few of them were given out for publi-
Scation at this time. It is known, how-
jShop sa S. R m Ot tb 1gDr/ ever, that preparations are being made
for extending the line southward from
Fairfield to Tampa, and it is said that
THE FLORIDA PLU BIN ELE TRIthere is plenty of money behind the
SI A committee of the board of trade of
Phone 15. B. W. MacD NIALD, Manager* Ocala. comprising George Crom, Mau-
al rice Strauss and 3 P. Thagard. ap-
peared before the meoig,. There
stories high, and Professor McBeath fish that it sank, the fishermen barely gentlemen had come figJt.ala as
\will erect a home of artificial stone. escaping with their lives. Not only representative citizens, and asked that
Oxford is all right because it is a they lost their fish, but the party had the board of diredwuaat others in
Star constituency. The people like the t-) return home via Moss Bluff, fifteen authority arrange edto Ssonstruct the
paper take it and pay for it. We ad- i miles out of the way. main line of the,'lit ed extension
dI-] fifteen new names to its subscrip- | Gene Parham and Pope Bowman and through Ocala. instead of making a
tion list Saturday. It is the Star's !tiler- left Thursday night for a fish- branch line, as had been proposed.
Champion jpostoffice. ing -rip to Lake Griffin. Pepe Bow- Members of the committee were in- has the reputation of 4eing the terviewed Friday as to the success ac-
Notes i 'r- fisherman in Sumter cotity. complished in their mission. "We feel
Tom Perry. the oldest son of the late Oxford Cemetery Assuoetion encouraged," said a prominent mem- I
'"ncle John" Perry, who built the "1il meet in Oxford Saturday, August her. "The management of the Gaines-
tirst house on the site Oxford now oc- i, at 3 p. m.. to receive bids to put ville and Gulf realize that it would be
cupies, but now of Bowling Green, was a r:nw fence around and clean up the better to run their main line through
a; barbecue participator, and will viit c',iietery. By order of Rufus Perry, Ocala, but the question with them is.
SOcala ere he returns home. general manager. whether it will be practical. We feel
however, that they will consider the
%Major annd Mrs. Wright were missed movement justified, and will give Ocala
:tt the gathering, they having gone to I O F the advantage of a main line.
';+.orgia to \'iew their plantation.
..or' to view their plantation.IOcala can give the Gainesville and
Major Pemberton and his good wife I G ulf a lot of business." continued the
w% ill leave shortly for their old home in member of this committee. "Ocala
Ohio to see once more the dear, pre- Tulula Lodge, No. 22. O. P and Gainesville are good towns, and
rieuM old mother. The gallant major meets every Tuesday evening in think what an advantage would be
remarked that since he has been in Yonge's Hall. E. Jeffords, N. G. given to both cities if they were in
x.rd he had spent $100 traveling direct communication with each oth-
hack and forth to Ohio. W. E. Bryant, Secretary. er. I believe the directors of the road
A. S T1ague. the postmaster, and who are. going to treat us fair and 'twist'
luilt the first business house in Ox- T i P fP the main line towards Ocala If there
f,-r'l. and was its first merchant and is a possible chance."
-postmaster. with Mrs. Bogue. will leave FI UK U
next i'riday to attend the G. A. R. N. 14 CARTER WAS CASHIERED
meeting in Minneapolis. visit his wife's
folks in Iowa and then his old home In Regular monthly meeting of the
Kansas. Woodmen of the World will be held at Sheriff of Citrus County Removed
IH A. Collier. the mil man and mer- Yonge's Hall Friday evening, August From Office Because He Failed to
'hunt. is off in Georgia. and report has 10. All members requested to attend. Protect the Negroes Recently Lynch-
it that he is not coming back alone. Cha. K. Sage, lerk. C.ed in the County
hut with him will be one of the at- C K S C haee. u
Tallahassee, Aug. 6.-Gov. Broward
tractive lassies for which the Empire has sus d Gorge R Cartr, sr
State of the South is nottel. THE TEXAS WONDER has suspended George R. Carter, sher-
iff of Citrus county, from office, and
The fall term of the Oxford public Cures all kidney, bladder and rheu- appointed E. P. Graham of Floral City
s.hhool opened Monday matic troubles. Sold by all druggists, to fill the vacancy.
Miss Mary McBeath, the accomplish- or two month's treatment by mail for It is charged that ex-Sheriff Carter
edt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mc- $1. Dr. E. W Hall 292 Olive streettailed to properly protect Frank Jo'-
eath will teach this season in Polk Louis, M. end for testimonials n, a negro in his charge on May 6,
county.. last, and as a result Jordan was lynch-
J. J. Brinson. the Fort McCoy "hon- Sold in Ocala by the Antl-.onopoly a and tas rsu Jord as lyn
ed, and that on June 7 Jim Davis, an-
ey man, and father of Prof. J. H. rugsore. other negro prisoner in Carter's charge,
Brinson. attended the barbecue; Alf NICK AND ALICE COMING HOME "as taken from his custody without
Proctor and Henry Shaw represented ____ the offering of any adequate resistance
Pedro; Charley Lucius and Dr. T.K. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Longwrth on the part of the sheriff.
Slaughter. Levon- Mr. Bryant and The second negro was also lynched.
family and Mrs. E. M. Washburn andare on their way home from Durope. The second negro was also lyn
family and Mrs. E. M. Washburn and
daughter. Miss Emily. Belleview; Miss-
IDavis and Reba Bryant, Summerfield:
Messrs. Epps and Vincent, Lady Lake: Victims of hay fever will experience More than half of mankind over six-
A. Stuvender, Leesburg; Messrs. John great benefit by taking Foley's Honey ty years of age suffer from kidney and
Luffman and J. W. Colbert. Sparr: and Tar, as it stops difficult breathing bladder disorders, usually enlargement
Captain Baker. Orange Home; Kilgore immediately and heals the inflamed air of prostate glands. This is both pain-
Iof Wildwood, while the towns of passages, and even if it should fail to ful and dangerous, and Foley's Kid-
'oleman and Bushnell sent up fully cure you, it will give instantt relief. ney cure should be taken at the first
:00 on the train; Tom Leitner and The genuine is in a .yellow package. sign of danger, as it corrects Irreg-
wife of Anthony; Steve Carter, Peter Sold by all druggists. ularities and has cured many old men
Olson and Mr. Sigmon of South Lake of this disease. Mr. Rodney Burnett,
Weir. while W. E. McGahagin, Jim WANTED, WOOD CHOPPERS Rock Port, Mo., writes: "I suffered E
Blair. Miss Lola Fort spoke for North with enlarged prostate gland and kid-
lake Weir and P. A. Fort and wife for Wood choppers wanted at the Ocala ney trouble for years and after taking
Chandler. Lime Company's location at Oak two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure I
Those whho received the initiatory de- Hurst. Apply to C. G. Frazier, man- feel better than I have for twenty
agree in Odd Fellowship in Amity lodge ager. years, although I am now 91 years
Saturday night were John R. Proctor, old." Sold by all druggists.
J. C. Perry. J. M. Holly and W. R. A HEALING GOSPEL
The Rev. J. C. Warren, the pastor of
Mr. Jesse E. Martin and family are The Rev Warren, the astor of
sellingg out, preparatory to leaving for Sharon Baptist church, Belair, Ga., ew York Judge Declares the Law i
Texas. where they go for the benefit says of Electric Bitters: "It's a God- A N York Judge Declares the Law i
T,f Mxrs. Martins health. send to mankind. It cured me of lame Festncting Hwrs of Child Labor i
The party at Dr. Smith's Saturday back. rtiff joints and complete physl- to be Unconstitutional 1
tight was a big success. There was cal collapse. I was so weak it took me New York, Aug. 6.-The state law
illentv of good music and sociability. .. half an hour to walk a mile. Two bot of New York restricting the labor by
Mr. anal Mrs. Lem Griggs entertain- tles of Electric Bitters have made me women and children to ten hours a day
ed delightfully Saturday night the sin- so strong I have just walked three and sixty hours a week in a factory,
ele an.d married ladies who were form- miles in 50 minutes. and feel like was declared Saturday by Justice Olm- C
erpupils of Mrs. Burrell when she walking three more. It's made a new .tead, in a decision handed down in the f
taught the Oxford school. The num. man of me." Greatest remedy for Court of Special Sessions, to be "an v
iher pr. snt was quite large, and all weakness and all Stomach. Liver and vnwarran-ed invasion of constitutional
had a splendid time. Kidney complaints. Sold under guar- rights." e
S. L. Griggs and party returned last antee at Tydings & Co's. drugstore. The ruling was concurred in by Jus-
I'riday night from a fishing outing at Price. 50 cents, tiee McKean and Justice Deuel: Judge

Z. C. Chanliss.
George MaeKa"
R. IL Hail
H. A. Ferd.
T. T. mwe>e
J. I. Ehriisa
J. K. Christiae.

In addition to its exceflmt Wa N= thk Bm k h
advantage of a ompetMt, caUe and gi 3uso" "d
)iectotu and a shoo&ug body of SW0hsds



Have You Everythin Yoa Need For ?

We Have Just Received Some FiSe Ds-

iag Room Frttitre, Stuch







It will be a Great Pleasre to Show

Them toYou and Give Pice.




THE BREAKERS Is second to none in location and beach attr utis.
s the ideal hotel for summer tourists. Situated upon a high Mb Wrmebt-
ng the ocean, and less than two hundred feet from the rolling u n t M a-
>lnes the benefits of an ocean voyage with the pleasures of a 011 -n-e.
The rooms are large all outside en suite ani single with bathe aS IIm-
oughly screened. The dining room is on the ocean side and aoe of tea mit
attractive rooms of the hoteL Electric lihting, telephone service alI -m
iate connection with an up-to-date livery.
Bus will meet all trains.
In addition to the Breakers It has been possible to add the use of
Clarendon bath houses, bowling alley, pool tables, dancing pavillUoe, a
amous Clarendon fishing pier. The table will maintain the hlih st~ -d
which Mr. Holt pledges himself, wherever he assumes the manage-
The remarkable record for healthfulness, especially for chilbrs i a
well established feature.
The proof of all Is to Join with the many who are booking for the Ow-a
For rates and reservations apply to





A newly renovated hotel with all the privacy of family lfe
All modem conveniences. First class in all of its ap
pointments. Porters meet all trains. Rates, $2
per day. Weekly and monthly rates made
known upon application.


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S *unt1 \ h.t-re ht- ha.- le, -tin prospeci'-
ng l, '.t.s.hate ",r,,p~rties. I CAMP SITE CHANGED
IThe Florida Troops Will be Located
cap',tain Lyt .v-. ih. veteran game cok'k and Dry on Arlington
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% N t," ini. wa. n own a y. g U
I..-k.'l as y ung as he did ten years Heights, Tampa
l" Notw4ithstanding the strenuous ef-
forts \Nhich have been made to drain
.M' T 1* lIryan and children went the Iproposed site for the encampment,
I ., P;r,\ I'airk this aftertioti. it was decided yesterday morning that
-the frequent rains would keep the
J King 4it. superintendent grounds in such a condition that the
S5 t 'n haltt h ,of the nen woul'l suffer should
I.-! l S-0mr1111t~ Prirt m (-lrmpany. was in ,
Sthevy ,t- f',rcd to, canp there. and
h.',,,,hri hf e ct nip aml wi!l be situated at
I.\rlingtl'n He-ights. on Florida avenue.
In ui t lnau.., i- in N'\\" Y<.rk. mak- \V,,orknmen \were busy all day yester-
:n .- f h irm f Rhein ay puttii in the necessary water
,,. ,-" l, il,-)s and clearing the land prepara-
tilry to the erection of the tented city.
MIr IL Hurdick has gone. tol Joplin. -T'ampa (Globe of this morning.
SI, t\iov viil his ,li homim- and friends.

Thi.' crunly \:'1 \\ wll represented in
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M,-"t'-. I;in.'y ,S'int'l t-r and yN Ulig-
-r hlr,'t h.-r :att,'i.,lel thi. barbecue at
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Ocala. Fla.
lt.-;.r Sirs-Now,\. may be, you can't
g ,.I 1h. zndls. if you c:an. your for-
i :n.- iu, made.
<'.'n ;. ctotih-thtey (-all it nuslint in
,,' 1,aat'.t-s-at alut tin' usual price
; 'yardl. ,ut \ .\ilr. twice as wide as
--'w1,4-. ;inat I,.tt,-r. better. keeps
N 1lii ;:ul,3 \vhlen :i surprising- time in
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Buglit
Bears the
Signature of 2a

'The registration books wi!: be open
in Ocala on Thursday, Friday and Sat-
urday (of each week from the 9th day
lof August until the second Saturday
in October at the abstract office of Mr.
'l\att. SJ. D-,nald Ferguson,
Supervisor of Registration.

Yi. ca; sellt- that cloth for hundreds
'a; lIhere'-I he no limit. TEN YEARS IN BED
A yl gos.-s further: tino buys less "or ten years I was conflired to my
'. ".ars l.n~-r ,.ne buys le.s td with disease tf the kidneys."
n.i It alnas l ks right till ornl writes R. A. Gray. J. P. of Oakville,
N. ,n-cUstir buysl. "It was so severe that I could not
it. lhut link of tht- number of custo-
u ihinkInove Ipart of the time. I consulted the
II,'Fl.r ', very best medical skill available, but
Mayl h- you can't get it in cloth; but c4,uld get no relief until Foley's Kid-
47,7 '17i in 1,;lint: I)Devt,. I)Devoe J is as
S, in pint: Dv,. Dg e r ney Cure was recommended to me. It
if it n wre wiir: a gallon gots further:has been (; sendd to me." Sold by
i..u less gallons; you pay for less all dealers
.l.t s y i pay for painting less gal- dealer.
1 ,~s ; if .ine paid less for making a
-;1iarn1.-int ,f that widh- cloth-and iti MRS. LAWSON DEAD
ki't-i's its fresh lio, k 'indl shedt s water
jli! you have, forg,tten how oll it is. Mrs. Thomas W. Lawson, wife of the
It isn't true in cloth, but is it ;n famous Tom La'wson, diid at her sum-
1a:'int: the .less you pay the better it iner home near Scitnate. Mass.. Sun-
,- far the g-lldnes-s of pailt is reck- .'' el hy gallons I less gallons. more
I ,. iln < G( odlness in paint is
s tr,.nii. The stronger a paint. the R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK.
wl.e- c;allIns it takes for a job and the
S n.r i wears. Yoiurs truly. FULLER & BLALOCK
F W. Devoe & Co..
T \\W Sn;th A- <',0 sell our paint.
Ofilce Over Munroe & Chambliss' Bank
Is n,,w serve 'u regular meals at 50

;.!iis. also board at $6 per week, and
E\ ii .ntinue serving orders a la carte
:''i rulingg to bill of fare.
G. R. TROXLER. Proprietor.


Terms, Cash.


Yonu will always find at J. R. Miar-
tin & -',,'. exchange stables in Ocala. Ice Cream Parlor.
anal at IHuch Nichols" Wildwood sta-
"',n as gpr',, mules and horses as can
Ia.- funlA in Florida. For quality the
te rsonab. o trouble to Cod Drin, ts ad T
sh ,"' ni' ~,When in need call on o ifn'-, Civars a
Hlt"." N'!,h. Is,'llrprit'tor, Ocala or' bao. All Seasonable
\Viid. Fla. CCO. A

INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE CO..; t ourteous attention, low prices
OF J.cIK.-t.,VILLE. FLA.. ;A (! reliable goods. Give me a
Pays the most liberal sick. accident
and death benefits upon the payment share ot Vyur patronage. Ice cream
of small! weektv pre-niums. inuantites a specialty.
The Peninsular is one of the strong-
est insL;rance companies in the land,.
and has many thousands of policies in ALLORY LID
force in Florida. All claims are paid W LUi LI
promptly upon demand. Call on or;
Site S. P. Brockington. Local Agent. Montetuma Block
office cover Teapot Grocery, Ocila. Fla.'

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WAAR NOTICE TRD SUBSCRIBERS abit-forming Medicines.
V Whatever mav be thb fact a:t to many
0O. T:.- ., h ..hw- bn arrying the C T;.- so-a.:.-' pa_:. me : t:i'-S cC.-
... - n., i i quit vith- : ;,t :. t o
r r.. -.. :: :.. ~.:-nali : ia"r. or
arrol i r t-v- eveni an I th S ir.ficin tLi- pubIiciy hi- cr: !ly
ha- hadi n opportunity to bee;i of 'r'at trunet :n arou-ln ne .-ed
: ,uaint,' ith th t route. Any att.'ntI, r: t,' thI; .-,jct. .L . in a
-.:,'- *..-r v h,, ---s 1hic an- knows of conisider'ble m- e sur'. res9lt- in the
...-:..r -ubsr.-ib-r missing his paper most intriliigent po-,ple a\vliiine such
S oods ad m, iJ -in L' ma- mv i r!, f us-
.ge..r ,, ffwe, a favor to notify it foods and mrn :- ne- L ay .- .irlv u-
get p~ctM d of containing the inj!,:ri.,- i:gne-
dient.! complained of. R-,_,vgnizing this
Fact somo time ago. Dr. Pi'rc.. ,,f Buffalo.
A MUSICAL OCCASION Y.. "took time by the foreki k." a. it
manager. were. and published broadcast all th,
'd a r- ingredients of which his popular medi-
.....:- .. "ly is inv\-ited to attend a re- como.l. Thus he has com-
Mcin'p arp composed. Thus he has com-
S. f u ty Mrs. Handle' pletely forest illed all harping critics and
Y Hall on Tuesday. all oppo-ition that might otherwise be
,L 4 1! I 4 urged against hi- medicines. tscause they
.' at thrmore, from the formula printed on
S' v' f',r 't, Ina-t f,1r, (v-rv Ittle wrapper. it will be oern that
0 -.-'- .. t>.,i; -,,, btt!lne delart- thiLde medicine,; contain no alcohol or
-. .,; I <;.aus' 'h.LI,--ale liiqu',r other habit-forming T n- ha- a.sff-rT-lI his s-rvi'.-s they ,-ontain any narcotics or injurious
S .,, ... i & S., '.. where he algentts. their ingredi.rnt- being purely
v. gita le, extra-cte. from the roots of
I,. ;a.- 1 .-- h~ Is oid fri-nds. medicinal plants found growing in the
--- d.-pth- of our American forests and of
:.'* .s f s;t-nt Sunday well recognized curative virtues.
.- r r- irost dclight- Instead of alcohol. which even in small
S*:: ,;it, ; :, aters iast p... :. ,,,' ,- i hi'' bl'v j t' c
S '': I 'i 1.- f' !" \'.- .M *iid P,':r:y j tly a,>,' from i-s t.tit lin cy to Iprob iIe a.
S, .- I ra i:' ? ',r inulant D. Ir. l'i*re em-
z. r' '. L';' W aIlku of M.,In- ployu ciwmical ly pire. triple-refinr-,l
< 't, .- * y *rnjuvyd p!vycerine, which of it-elf is a va!uabl(- in many ca:,.- of chronic diseases.
beinr a s'iperior d.mulcnt. antisptic.
W' \\ ;itvi \ nti dov.n ii o, the lake : n*if-'rment and supporting nutritive.
f.,- ft,-,nf.,t to join his family. It e;lhances the curative action of the
(:,ld,(.i ?Sal root. Stone root. Black
Che'rrybark and Bloodroot, contained in
T M' r-ha'. Ius-.- of WV-irsdale was in; "Goo,.;-n Miical Di-coverv. in all bron-
, ,' .... li chial, throat and lung affectiono attended
' "with severe conuhs. A- will he seen from
*"' *"- the writings of the eminent Drs. Grover
.1 '.rt of ,ki w:ha in t.,wn Coc. of Ne .v Yrk: Hartholow. of JetTer-
Sson i,'dical Colieg,'. lh;ia.; Scudder. of
C'inciinnI:ti: Ellingviwod. of Chicago;
H lale. of Chicico. and other. who stand
p ', H: rri:, ,'. Mr. Ge.rge ,,r., asa l aders in their several schools of
..n a practice. the forezoing agents are the
S a. ,,,- M ::,~! I' l..l, anIn l Mn'-s Me-ta JE-w- eril ast ingr4dlients that Dr. Pierce
n', a" *" n *!ln 1t, WVodm:ar this after- coiuli have cho-en to make up his fa-
,. i 1 i. t,-r- z';..-st silf Mr. and Mrs. mouse "Dieovery" for the cure of not
S, r only bronchial. throt and ,ung affec-
tions, but also of chronic catarrh in all
' Its various forms wherever located

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0: Atlanta. 3. (Second
Birmingham. 6.
Little Rock. 3. (First

Little Rock. 2. (Second

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South Aalantic
Macon. 4: Jacksonville. 0.
Charleston. 0: Columbia. 3.
Savannah, 15: Augusta. 2.
St. Louis. 2: New York. 1.
Chicago, 10; Philadelphia, 2.
New Orleans. 5: Shreveport, 5.
Memphis. 4: Little Rock. 2.

What a New Jersey Editor Says
M. T. Lynch. editor of the Phillips-
burg. N. J.. Daily Post, writes: "I have
used many kinds of medicines for
coughs and colds in my family but
never anything so good is Foley's
Honey and Tar. I cannot say too
much in praise of it." Sold by all

After a short sickness, Caroline. the
two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
'. H. Huber, died yesterday morning
from an acute attack of pneumonia.
The little one had been sick but a few
days. and the end came entirely unex-
lected. The funeral services will be
held at the family resident on Ross
avenue this morning at 10 o'clock. Rev.
Porter of the St. James Episcopal
church officiating. Interment will be
made in Woodlawn cemetery.-Tampa
Globe. Aug. 6.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Huber in this city will read with deep
regret of the death of their little girl.

G. A. Petteway, Vice President Penin-
sular Naval Stores Company
Tampa is to gain another good citi-
zen-this time, a particularly good one.
Mr. G. A. Petteway of Ocala will
come to Tampa with his family Sep-
tember 1, and will locate here perma-
nently. Mr. Petteway is vice president
of the Peninsular Naval Stores Com-
pany and one of the leading naval
stores men of the state, as well as one
of the most genial gentlemen. He will
add much strength to the personnel of
Tampa's business men.-Tampa Trib-
une. Aug. 5.

If you have kidney and bladder trou-
ble and do not use Foley's Kidney
Cure. you have only yourself to blame
for results, as it positively cures all
forms of kidney and bladder diseases.
Sold by all dealers.

Terrible Marine Disaster in the Medit-
erranean Sea
The Italian steamship Sirio. from
Genoa. bound for Buenos Ayres, went
down off Cape Palos, on the Spanish
coast. Sunday evening. She had 800
emigrants on board. 300 of whom were

Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea
come on without warning and prompt
relief must be obtained. There is no
necessity of incurring the expense of
a physician's service in such cases
if Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand. A do:;e
*f this remedy will relieve the patient
before a doctor could arrive. It has
never been known to fail. even in the
most severe and dangerous cases and
no family should be without it. For
sale by all druggists.

For sale. cheap for cash, a splendid
business lot, 50x112 feet, best portion
of the city. Apply at this office.

,'has. W. Moore. a machinist, of
Ford City. Pa.. had his hand frightfu.-
ly burned in an electrical fui nace. He
applied Pucklen's Arnica Salve with
the usual result: "A quick and perfect
Sure." Greatest healer en earth f"r
,hur w\'u,.ls.. sores. ecz-mna, and
; il-s. Price. 2. c,-nts at Tydings &
*'*,'s. drugstore.

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Whe Cod Bec mie Blld.
Several large cod are kept in one of
the tanks of the Amsterdam aquarium,
necessarily near the surface and there-
fore exposed to a strong light from
above Now. the cod, though not a
deep ea fish. is not a surface swim-
mer and lves at depths where the sun-
light must be very much modified by
passage through the water. It lives In
what to us would be semidarkness. Ev-
ery one of these 1od exposed to the
strong light is suffering from an ex-
traordinary hypertrophy of the eye.
The whole organ has become over-
grown, as if in the effort to adjust it-
self to the use of more light bad
become overequipped and then useless.
The cod. In fact, are blind. The most
Interesting feature in this change is the
extraordinary rapidity with which in-
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developed the organ for its use. It has
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Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Limeade at the Postoffce Drugstore

G L. Lilly. of Henton. W. Va.. was
at the- Ocala House Saturday.

Vest and roat pocket electric lights:
bottom prices. Yonge & Ciine.

J. M. Mathews of Flemington was
in the city today.

FOR SALE-Two fine milch cows.
Call on or write B. H. Seymour.

Robert McDonald of Grahamville
wa.- in town today.

Fome rare bargains In Haviland
ch!ina at the Postoffice Drugstore.

L A. Felsenthal of Philadelphia was
at the Ocala House Sturday night.

Kodak time. We have everything In
the line. The Postofflce Drugstore.

Mr. Seap Weathers and his son. Ed,
were in town today from Leroy.

FOR SALE-Nice dwellings on
SNorth Main street, Nos 50 and 60.

G. B. Tankersley of Coleman was at
the Montezuma Sunday.

FO#R SALE-Five good show cases,
as g~'od as new. Apply to Jake Klein.

Mr. M. Fishel and wife leave tomor-
iow. for Hot Springs for a month's
i -tratment.

Don't fail to try the new fancy
drinks nnd ices at the Anti-Monopoly

Mr. Holloman. the Fort King gro-
c<-r. \w ill accompany Mr. and Mrs. Fish-
.1I T1. Hoit Springs.

PIalnir'er Lotln Foap for eruptions
atrdl kir. diseases at the Postoffice

F. S. gilbertt of Kissimmee and T.
i'. 4'ilbert of Leroy. were at the Monte-
zuma Sunday.

Well furnished rooms: low summer
rat,-s. Lock box 207, St. Petersburg,

Miss Jeannette McCredie returned
Sunday from a pleasant visit to her
relatives at Micanopy.

1 WANTED-Two teamsters and three
T 7 mill hands. Address, W. J. Lohrig,
0 in the city for several days, a guest
;,ill' \'ll i F'II'n i e- d l'~O )l I11S aiC Plenlty to Eat of the Montezuma.

S. 1 A X IOPRIETO R F FemR SALE-One good gentle horse,
J. 11P 11AN, PI. 11 1IJU chap Apply to No. 47, N. Main St..
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i:i1t, I lie sa I. I t'' ili atiifIT t'Is of civiii-
7.1tza~l::xlieI:'. w itIi, manyii of the
*.i ;~idi'" "h ja hi li "tixIguished it in
tiw mniIdle of thc LI-0 41 c411turrT. "In the
4 -, wi:i it ry'- wi2'vs 1 'It '4'l c r of that
1Il.e. -tlt' l ain :Ii'a re lotl14'fl ill 1fin ts l S,
aullu' 1e'fioru'amd al .la th, r behind. with-
'ant lore'&'hli,. i'u i s1 tfl(iiflgS, and
:1 AVosi:cu 4,r ".l~innio on te hieadl. The
--'ofnlri% ei:) l aui~l wer lhabilimenits thatl1
:4 I, v.-41.114.11 govvli :11141 :1 wo.len t'Cap.
iTho Pi izirinill :l : vs go armed to de-
e'n:d thomns4.l1ves 1 em one another, for

a visit

Hayeraft and pretty little udau-
Ethel. returned Sunday from
to relatives at Fellowship.

Rat Wheat, 10 cents, will surely kill
mice and rats. All other kinds kept
in stock also. Tydings & Co., phone
No. 30.

C. T. Boyd and M. Simmons of
Duval and David A. Leon of Jackson-
ville were at the Ocala House last

Straw hat cueaner; enough in 25
cent package to keep your hat nice and
clean all the summer. Tydings & Co.,
phone No. 30.

E:dwarda Leake. Brooksville; WV. W.
Thompson. Leroy, and S. J. Phillips,
Shady, were at the Montezuma last

thliy ar-' il! r ,.' and t ;is1: assius, so night.
thiit traveling in the interior is extreme-
Iv unsafe wiihmt an escort. and it is A fine residence lot, suitable for a
evon dangoroun for shilps to send their cottatze. on Fort King avenue, going at
pe 1,:- ou shore for wtter unless they the low price of $550. If sold immedl-
ir.' well armed. In short, the Sardes at(ly. Ditto & Maloney.
are the Mal:ay; of the Mediterranean." V. Coming, of Rochester, N.
-Lon iou hroni'le. Y. J. W. Jackson. of Lacoochee, Hen-
ry Bevell. of Bushnell, J. D. Hop-
A Leopard Collar. kings. of Boardman and C. H. Collins,
"A Ia!o e coll ir." he1 said. taking up ,,f Atlanta. were guests at the Monte-
a doL co!l::r "stuaiddAi* with sharp spikes zuma Saturday night.
three1 inia'-l lo::. F'itt;ing the collar on -
his u;n-ioar-for tli:at is wb:.t it is-illus-
trtte aUn Kiity of the HIimalayas- e b t
ianil-lr. trlo fnidue1ss1 tf t e imia-
la:;I;I leopard for do, flesh. In the of a0b1 of
Ilinualaya- l:alt year I found that all
tdo-s wore thl'se' murderous looking
spiked dollars The explanation was
thLlt the ll;nim:layan ltopnrds conducted
:L i'l,',easn do. hullit. and that in at- -
taicllin ia d"4141: lth.y alway!; ftil upon his
ue-k. Tlhi, c-oll:r with its sharp slpkes NDIES
Ia ra c r.etn r, 'ttlion. It has saved /
miian a do,- fro':,i n ihun-ry leopard. y1
f,.n in tl" l:'i i:Iy: a do- 2 comes Ip
tr':iz lhoiue s: i'o' anid sonuind. though cog

with, s'n&'ar- a I itloaod and yellow hairs
upon 1is v4'tlar '-l)keC-.

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The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be-
ing a constitutional disease, requires
a constitutional treatment Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby de-
stroying the foundation of the disease.
and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and as-
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that its
fails to cure. Send for list of testi-
mnials. Address:
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by drugists. 75c.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation

K. O. T. M.

Ocala Tent No. 1409.
K. O.'T. M. M.. will hold
a special meeting Friday evening, Au-
gust 10. instead of the regular meeting
Wednesday evening. In order to meet
Mr. A. C. Hamrick. who will be in the
city Friday. As Mr. Hamrick will
have important news to impart, all
Ocala Maccabees should be present. As
the Woodmen will occupy Yonge's
Hall Friday evening. It is not known
where the meeting will be held, but a
place will be secured, and notice giv-
en in due time. G. W. Martin, R. K.
T. D. Bryan, Commander.

Some of the younger members of
the Ocala Rifles were too boisterous
Friday night, and caused some of the
citizens living near the armory to en-
ter complaint. A court martial was
held Sunday afternoon, and it was im-
pressed on one budding warrior that he
must not talk back to his superior of-
fleer. As it was his first offense, and
probably his last one. he was let off
with a light fine.

The old time, out of date, genuine
stuff-"X-Senator." Look for this
brand when you feel like "Havana ci-
gars are not what they used to be."

Messrs. Boswell, Keen. Scott, Robert-
son. Edwards, Crosby. Head, Watkins,
Broadwater, Payne, Johnson and
Thompson, all good-looking young
soldiers from Dunnellon, came up on
the noon train Sunday and made a bee
line for the Montezuma- Colonel Ship-
man is an old soldier and knows Just
what will suit the young ones.

Bamboo and grass screens, work
boxes, hat and skirt boxes, etc.. the
prettiest of the new furniture novel-
ties, to be had only at McIver & Mac-

A. Well, of Philadelphia, Frank M.
Heslop and W. F. Jones, of Baltimore,
were at the Ocala House Sunday.

LOST OR STOLEN-Large, young
male hound; color, head and belly,
light brown, back, black. Reward of
$5 will be paid for his return to the
Marion Farms.

J. F. Pearce, Jno. P. Hardman. Jules
Kaufman, J. R. Ramseur and W. H.
Archibald, of Jacksonville, were at the
Ocala House Saturday night.

A beautiful new line of oak and ma-
hogany music cabinets, in the newest
designs, on display at McIver & Mac-

Arthur Hardaker, of Martel; W. H.
Orr and W. H. Green, of Montbrook;
J. B. Martin, of Oklawaha and W. H.
James, of Cordele, were at the Ocala
House Saturday night.

LOST-A pair of spectacles in a
case. with L. J. Stephens, Jacksonville,
Fla., engraved on case. Please return
to W. L. Ditto.

Miss Alice Richardson, who has been
spending several weeks in Jackson-
ville and at Pablo Beach with friends,
returned home yesterday.

A. D. Willlamson, Live Oak: Geo. J.
Doermer. Chicago, and C. J. Whaley,
Charleston, were at the Ocala House
last night.

We want your prescription trade.
We give the best service possible. Pure
drugs, competent prescriptionists, fair
prices and prompt delivery. Please
send or bring your trade to Tydings
& Co., phone 30.

Jules Kaufman and Chas. T. Moore.
of Jacksonville. and Tate Mason, of
Selma, Ala., were at the Montezuma
Sunday night.

FOR RENT-Several rooms, suita-
ble for family: water, toilet, etc; third
floor of the Star building. Apply at
this office.

A. M. Goodwin. the handsome young
consul commander of Martel Camp W.
O. W.. was at the Montezuma Sunday

A special bargain In box paper for
month of July-Whiting's-at 35, 50
and 75 cents. Tydings & Co., phone
No. 30.

The county boards were in session

If you want a splendid business lot.
only a few feet from the frontage on

The Ocala Rifles paraded on the pub-
Slic square Sunday afternoon at 4:30.
About fifty men were in the ranks.
They were in full uniform, and it is
safe to say that no city in Florida
sends a finer looking set of young men
to the encampment. They went
through the manual of arms and sev-
eral evolutions with the ease and pro-
ficiency that won the praise of all be-
holders. among whom were several
veterans of the Spanish-American
'war. men well qualified to criticize. A
large number of spectators were out,
and the veranda of the Ocala House
was crowded with ladies. The roster
-tf the company shows the following
G. A. Nash. captain: J. M. Graham.
first lieutenant; J. H. Bel. second lieu-
tenant. Will Dunn. first sergeant:
Hamp Chambers. quartermaster ser-
geant; Fred Weihe. sergeant: George
Chambers, sergeant; Thompson. ser-
geant: iaitner, sergeant. George
Blitch, corporal: Bitting, corporal:
Royal Cole. corporal: Hampton- cor-
poral: Proctor, corporal; Raysor, cor-
Privates-Bitting, Bullock. Briggs.
Booher, Broadwater. Boswell. Crosby.
Duffy. Dame. Edwards. Fort, Frank.
Feinburg, Gates. J. D. Hopkins. S. L
Hopkins, Leo Hodges. Ernest Hodges.
Claude Haycraft, Head. Valmore Iz-
lar. Juhan, Joyner. Johnson, Jennings.
Kaiser, Keen. Lyvers. Mathews. Mock.
Murrell. Proctor. Pegram, Pender.
Payne. Phillips. Robertson. Jesse
Smoak, Spencer, Scott. H. C. Williams.
Watkins. Woods, George Miller and
Robert Miller.

The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet at the residence of Mrs. Jo-
seph T. Lancaster next Friday after-
noon at 4 o'clock.

Mr. L. W. Duval returned this morn-
ing from a three weeks' vacation in
North Georgia.

H. W. Long. Martel: L. L.
York: Zill Elston, Leroy: B. G.
Jennings. and R. L. Barnes.
were at the Montezuma today.

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ters, perfumes and soaps. Bath waters
a specialty. A full line of Nadinola
goods. Tydings & Co., phone No. 30.

W. M. Barco of Dutton and Misses
Carrie and Hattie Barco of Cotton
Plant, dined at the Montezuma today.

LOST-Pointer dog: medium sized:
color, white with liver spots: especially
noticeable is a liver colored spot on
back of dog. next to tail. Disappear-
ed last Saturday evening at Anthony.
Will pay suitable reward for return r f
dog to S. P. Lamb, Anthony, Fla.

Miss Kate Mitchell of Summerfield
will leave shortly to visit friends in
South Carolina and Alabama.

J. D. Williams went down to Eden-
field, in Sumter county, to assist in
building the new Lester sawmill.

FOR SALE-A few good second
hand buggies for sale at a bargain.
Inquire at the Marion Farms Stables,
Ocala, Fla.


Virginia Cured Hams.
Swift's Premium Hams.
Armour's Star Hams.
Armour's Melrose Break-
fast Bacon.
Kingan's Boneless Break-
fast Bacon.
Diamond X Butter.
Stuffed Mangoes.
Sweet Midget Pickle in
Sweet Mixed Pickle in

Phone 174

The greatest thing in
the world to keep
women young looking

It does this in a nat l way. It
is not a cosmetic or artificial kin
coating. It simply clean the pores,
gives the blood free circulation,
remove all wrinkles, and unures a
-I-- L-" --n -A i.;

-- -. . clear, heaIry, weu groome ind .
the square. at a low cash figure. in-, en oo
I ONCE could See. quire at the Star office. I= frequent Ufrom fWo will

A Full Line of Men's and Bays' Clothi ng, Shoes, Hats and Furnishtigs m All
Kinds, at the Very Lowest Cash Prioes



Deputies Hutson and Bishop caught
Ernest McLocklin. colored, at Shady,
last night. He is wanted for stealing
goods from the Variety Store. July 14,
but until last night had evaded the
officers. Justice Bullock gave him
$100 or six months on the hard road.

W. J. Willis, J. W. Coulter and Will
DeHon were among the Blitchton del-
egation in town today.

The Confederate veterans held their
monthly meeting today. The attend-
ance was good.

Miss Jessie Owens. was a business
caller in town today. She expects to
start for South Carolina in a week or
so to spend a month with friends.

Miss Legie Blitch returned this af-
ternoon from McInt'.sh. where she has
been visiting friends.

Dr. Blltch is again at his post of
duty at the Commercial Bank. after;
a week's illness.

Will Vinclair. the Mobile export and,
import merchant, arrived yesterday.,
and is visiting his mother and sisters.'

Mrs. Ernest Lyles of Newberry is in
town. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W.;

Jim Nailsonr of Candler wa- in the
city today.

Mr. Geo. A. Carmlchael left yester-
day for Hot Springs. Ark., to be gone
a month.

summer Diarrhoea in Children
During the hot weather of the sum-
mer months the first annual looseness
of a ('hild's bowels should have im-
mediate attention, so as to check the
disease before it becomes serious. All
that is necessary is a few doses of
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. followed by a dose
of castor oil to cleanse the system.
Rev. M. 0. Stocklandl, pastor of the
first M. E. church. Little Falls, Minn.,
writes: "We have used Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-
edy for several year, and find It a
very valuable remedy. especially for
summer disorders in children." Sold
hy all druggists.

Washington. Aug. 6.-Fair tombt;
showers Tuesday.


Ofce Upstairs, Com eiW elt kWA

Terms, CaM.
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Undertakers and E mt

Fine Caskets and Bhrid f
All Work Done by Licemsed S
balmers and Fully Guarmate



Carries a Complete Sidk
Jewelry, Coustiq *

All Kinds of Repairing



M. Rownuso Pu.lips.

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A Illiriai Plan .2.0(0 to
2.50 i er day.
El lrpeali Plan. itoomi.sol,
lp~'r'oi 7iw. per day and
upi. Special weekly rates.
('citer o ('ar Liaies. Ope( l all the
Sy'ca1l Rooms with Bath
*Extra ('large.

Jacksonville, Florida.

1 Steamli Ships.
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Western Beef, Veal, Florl. k ttail Fed Beet. Matton, Ar-
mocr's Star Ham, A.mojr's Pork Sausage, Cab-
bage, Retabagas, Turnips, Beets, Sweet
Potatoes, Irish Potatoes. Spanish Onions.


August 14th to September 1st, inc usive. Tickets will be good
nty days *rom date of sale and will allow liberal stop-overs.
This is an :.,)tional;y lov, rate and is open to the public.
Go see the National Museum. the Cathedrals, Bishop's Palace,
Clnrpultcpec. Etc.. Etc.
The land of the Manaia. where every street and plaza has
somne old iegeid. and where it is possible to forget that you were
evi in a hurry.
The route is via Memphis and the Iron Mountain Route
through Little Rock, Historic San Antorio, Laredo, Morterey and
San Luis Potobi.

Tickets will be sold diily from points in the Southeast up to
September 30th. and vill have a final limit of October 31st. This
s the best limit we have ever had on Hot Springs Tickets at this
30 Days' Limit Will be Allowedon These Tickets. Which Will be
Sold on
JULY 17. AUG. 1 and 21. SEPT. 4 and 18. OCT. 2 and 16.
I. E. REHLANDER. Tray. Pass. Agt.
Jl \\. ot!h St. Cliittan,', a, Tenn.

Southern Railway

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Denton Adams went weps fully ei;u;p-
pid. so far as m*dur-atlotin oe, t, t ::t : a
p.r -.1I t- lt s .t.-141. If- h.t, i ;.,t ) .t ; --
in Li- now honi- lonig \!:i .a v:o;'. Iucy
occu.'rried o th- s. ,h,,,l i i;lrdl .:i:,! hbq
'wa- liiilomnatt-d for the jritio':. 1,l':n-
(-n voted in that sc'tiou. and a w-oman-
was put up, against Adamis.
Rtos a ay I .vwas the .L-e,:A;..l.'l : ii,,;,
propriate ohnare of the w\ voAll i ,:ti'li-
dlate-a nI:ine that sima.ks rath.- of ;:
right ri i'rnmmi il a teow-r .ear.l.
than a woman with ua-ur:.,',e .:tI
cient 1t stand for l-' tiou i is : ;i I ;.; I-
carpj.i,!i'n Wl,1n Mr. A.l'-ti-. h.-'trd
the lnalei- of lii- opp'i)!i): t he liitl r!'.l
il1 his mind ;t ,l -ligni< gir l \lbo~,i to
trtat wv:th the. orlli;li.ry c

i.'l t'. i t -i e !,.iriui li t.i t t It ir: ..' .

't k :i t,- ititil'U s of ith on ;I
*-ex t') di -<. l :;; si ma tter- :uI- i -
to lih:ld'n ;ila l his i\vn i 'i;: i': .-s t .i
pairtinl;iar h girdled up his loins lfo.
the tliiht.
Mr.. darms w..ts on his way to sp-eak
att D. The tow\in was off the line of aiy
railroad. Hand wa.-s obli'rl to
travel y- ,-oaic, h. Whether it is tilj
rolll f i < it .i u- her. ll e u:t.irr l j
toii- ii i l it' a i' i*
tlit ;tiip. i t ;I ?it:i t <>i<, t l i tti, llt -.v
l-',rl, tol zether.: T li- she ,)i, ih i i ha ;
iy t:i titt t lk,.1< so it1a .h t a u lt tile
t* I tin i. th t ei was tir-d of it, u. in

siil !i \';i in t kilmv' l in litc fl'i\v nly: -
sil1w seomeI-, lie ot i i to the hfi Wij
.- Pro '. --" iir. -,":.! I ,-:'.s ".-0;,l(" 1 t, olt-tq
hI itentwity ; rAw'nthA.
fll wal s e ll tildi- l on this trial tl nlie <
his lfa;'. opposite him sat i irl ;>p-
pIrntly eibhte;,n she wasI Iwouly-
t wo-A ij- i.lrett ;is a iret! ipple lind as
.iON-t U. a pa:iinsy. A ManU Iiiay Meet
thoi, ll ll f \nor m:i .l v.ith t I IS:L in
ii, s' -'liltr t dl- 'ree iilT-l<-ted b ly any
Lf ii i. The i sule ly ie i.iay lu ol.
6il4)i al 1: et", anii; l k:iiv thai it l 'elou.-s
timc l woilla;n nlite wislies to le his wiie.
It w;its .,.e with A ins \vhetenie l ke hd
upon ti he fall'e of this g l. lie >o l
s<'"; d an ;i'< ihilit ;in t e :;l 'hln'( :. O li
ill U'il'e rai '.-i -;.. 't '..t'lh i'fa.hion. a;it-
,r t lii., dre'w fv 'Tih ao n in l loii;ell'we. a
funiii of iuformatioj thasut surpri-ed lie \va-. u i 'd to sfeaii at I). till
thet next light. ald whtel the yt noiu
la1'y pgot off at 31 lie tcoi:-ludeA t)
:dll;ht at the saiu lov.\'n. She told
that .he had i n ent. ag t eineut for the
tir-t part of the i vei .nmi, but wonld lie
haliv io have him eal! aUt her aunt's.
\where she would stop after U o'clock.
As lie walked t the hotel he saw no-
ti- Iste of a eetiu to -take pia 'e
wihinat evui for thknne dishe drewou o the
c t collar. kept on nd Miss Day would
Bptle rd urioes to see ad hear his op
I onit. A.dail after supper stro lle1
aroid to the s'hoolh'rof ine-tin.ii was to take ,nd. le. and. Uot
wis his to ie known, gie drewith ho Ills collar, kept on his hat, uietl, hear-
pul hi l down ove his eyes. nd t on who.a
back .**et. An old farmer opelieAl t!;(
1i1peli'-l, \vitil a sh).>rt address, then in
trouinced thle spe-ter of et.e eveni". i
old f: thought to io froi oue- the front sea th
ainld ok tlie stand.
ct-i.'i% sa thie young girl with whomr
lihe :l1 dlree s .l an
loir half re it wr lie sat quietly, dear-
inte himselft it hen )iie r as oe wn i.
hul paii:sd out itie effete eilast with itn
old fashiolld ed.iat opoeiant hsoin-.
ihouaglt t er intirodu' tiliew lnioie tfhe

\vest. Tifew inuva s after she hi',r ;n-'

toiire l>fhe rane it was admlinithed Ad.This
nul th'.woa it laid het on triiten aid
tom itt-ed to uolh y. fohen is liiev let-
it wasii tl.r.e lie at the h 1 e the 1 speaker
,in,! a ultitlerlnin eye, who hoked far

Adlltini followed hih opponent hom.
alndl no nfewl m)ilnths after s.he h had ,ien-
tered lie ran- :iiid wasl. ald itted. "1['h

ii,. 'i'. :i i hler .is <.liarningi as 1- li h:

S! A k-. vr. iii vq 1 1:4. 1 a ho WI5 I rv.
I(#to ict the Sho vovetod. 1
to! Lerthat-I his zu Ada m.,-wns
:! I D..infew inltfl-s fairthecr (,I,
thtt- iioxt nz~ibt. and z.he rese.-4olvedto _-4

TO i.\ t c-vmdnunz W1 e o the shed-a .

LI or *!-p-et ti:lththe t11A~:ttte l1iki
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tree Sample Boiiie by Mail
Write letter or postal to
0O Pine Street. N4w Yeor

This Collee cor.frrms to the Standards
fixed by law for Me ;a1 -..ILa-t.on. Send for
Bulletin No. 11, which telns a'!.ut it.
Three free catalo:'ues Specify Departmeat,

"My fatbhr had ben a suffer-rfrom stk headache
for the lalt twonty-five yfirar and never found any
relief until he began taking your Cascarets. Since
he has begun tsaing Cascarets h lhas never hAd
the headache. They have entirely cured him.
Cascarets do what you recommend them to do. I
will give you the privilege cf using his name."
E.M. Dw-knou 11OResiuerSt..W.lndiianpoi luILd.

Best For
The Bowels


Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. TasteGood. Do ood,
Never Sicken, Weaken or (ripe. 10c. 25c. 50e. Never
sold in bnlk. The genuine tablet stamped CCO.
Guaranteed to cure or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 598

Phonographs from $10 to $50. Over
100 different records in stock to selct
from. A. E. Rurn tt. the jeweler, ex-
clusive agent for (cala.

5 p

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for wood and iron beds andl children's
o'ribs. suplplit- I with either hobinet of
plain netting..
For Sale by Mclver and MacKay.

And tell us about your ailments and learn

Haggard's Specific Tablets
and Suppositories
the old reliable cure for Indigestion. Ner-
vous Debility, Const:pation, Kidney and
Eiadder Troubles, Lost Vitality and all
kindred diseases. Piles, etc. Drugg-tss v:l
them at 50: per Lox. cr they ,i.! Le sent
prepaid upon receipt c.i price. Address
Ha~aird pg-:.:c Co.; ,'.t-ta, G-'.


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The Louisville and Nashville Rail-
rolt will sell round trip rates from
Jack; onville to points shown, on dates
indicated. Proportionately low rates
from other points.
$32.10, Milwaukee, Wis., and return.
Tickets sold August 10. 11 and 12.
Final return limit August 22.
$33.60, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.,
and return. Tickets sold August 10.
11 and 12, with final return limit
August 31. By payment of fee of 60
cents and depositing ticket, same can
he extended until September 30.
$46.05, Chicago, III., and return. Tick-
.ts on sale daily to September 30,
and limited to return until October
$57.90, Denver, Colorado Springs or
Pueblo, Col., and return. On sale
daily until September 30. Final re-
turn limit October 31.
$38.40, Hot Springs, Ark., and return.
Tickets on sale daily. Final return
limit 90 days from date of sale.

Daily to September 30 round trip
summerr tourist tickets will be on sale
to, various resorts. Full information,
sche-lules, time tables, etc.. will be fur-
nished promptly on application to G.
I: Herring. Fla. Pass. Agt., L & N. R.
R.. 11S W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

Via the Atlantic Coast Line
$18.25. Monteagle, Tenn. June 29, 30.
July 3, 5, 28, 29, 31,and August 16, 17,

limited to August 31. Extension on
payment difference between fare
paid and summer tourist rate can be
had until October 31.
$36.65, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.
Low rates. Tickets on sale August
10. 11 and 12, with final limit August
31. Extension to September 30 may
be obtained.
$42.00, Washington, D. C. Seld daily
to September 30. All tickets limited
to October 31.
$62.10, Mexico City, Mexico. Rate of
one fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on
sale August 14 to 31, inclusive. Final
limit ninety days from date of sale.
Stop-civers allowed west of Missis-.
-ippi river.
$35.15, Milwaukee, Wis. Rate of one
fare plus $2. Tickets on sale August
10 11 and 12, with final limit leaving
.Milwaukee August 22.
$23.75, Richmond, Va. Rate of one fare
plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Sep-
tember 2 to 5, inclusive. with final
limit to Semptember 13.
S22.60, Roanoke, Va. Rate of one fare
plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Au-
gust 12 and 13. with final limit Au-
gust 31. Extension of limit to Sep-
tet-inher 15 may be had.
Summer tourist rates to all summer
resorts. Tickets are on sale daily un-
til September 30, with final limit to
return any time before or on October

For further information apply to
nearest agent or J. G. Kirkland, Div.
Passenger Agent, Tampa. Fla.

$18.25, Monteaqle, Tenn. and return.
Tickets on sale July 28, 29, 30, 31,
August 16 and 17, with final limit
August 31.
$18.25. Monteagle, Tenn., and return
Tickets on sale July 2S, 29, 30, 31,
and August 16 and 17, with final
limit August 31.
$22.60, Roanoke, Va, and return. Tick-
e-ts on sale August 12 and 13, with
final limit August 31. Extension to
Sep-rtember 15 available.
$35.15, Milwaukee Wis., and return.
Tickets on sale August 10, 11 and 12
with final limit August 22.
$65.10, Mexico City, Mex, and return.
Tickets on sale August 14 to 31, in-
clusive. with final limit 90 days from
d;ite of sale.
For further information and Pull-
man reservations, call city ticket office,
telephone 129.


The Nashville, Chattanooga and Saint
Louis Railway
Th- N. C. & St. L. Ry. announces the
foilwing reduced rates for the round
trip from Jacksonville during June,
July and August. These rates are
l,.- cial and in addition to the regular
summer tourist rates in effect from
May 15 to October 31, inclusive, to
-umni-r resorts throughout the North,
S,,-:th and West.
Mont-agle, Tenn.. is the most at-
ra,-tive and popular summer resort in
the South, and should receive consid-
'-ration frnm everyone rmontcmnlatin.

Better, thank you. In fact, quite well New York. Aug. 6.-William Dutch-
Fat, round and i~il of life and mischiLt er. president of.the National Associa-
Pink and white fiesh, dotted with dim tion of Audubon Societies, in a letter
pies. No cough, no indigestiOn to President Roosevelt. recently said
Al on account of that Queen Alexandra of England had
All on account of recently publicly made known her dis-
approval of the use hf white heron
plumes on women hats, and sug-
geIsted tha: similar expression from
I iMrs. R sevelt would do more toward
abolishing them as millinery orna-
_mn-nts than months of work by the Au-
Slubon societies. The president wrote
administered by a mother whose love in reply as follows:
was tempered with common sense. "My Dear Mr. Dutcher: Permit me
Son behalf of both Mrs. Roosevelt and
She knows that OZUMLLSION \s l .v
She knows that O/(3U~LSION i't myself to say how heartily we sym-
a fountain of energy for grown-up3, ; athize. not only with the work of the
too. It stops waste of fitsh. It make Audubon so,'ieties generally, but par-
plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble ticularly in their efforts to stop the
folk it is the chief nourisher at life's salt and use of the so-called "au-
f i gr. ttes"-th r plumes of the white her-
feast. It cures Con-umption when ,,ns. If anything. Mrs. Roosevelt feels
taken in tim:. All drugg:ets sell it- eveit more strongly than I do in the
o5 cents and $1.oo the bottle. Let us matter. Theodore Roosevelt."
send you
- ,- gg ,i : Low Round Trip Rates Via the

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han good health? All the money in the world ean't
happiness where health is unknown, Blard's Smw -

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Btk mw an *a the t-t FWAL Is tM& I.

One Who Knows.
J. 0. Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah. writes* le ans"
too highly praise your Ballard's Snow Liniment for
the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden ehanL
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend your
Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and eold.
These used together defy all pain.
EOT THE GENUINE. Three Siems 2Sc, M9, $1.

Ballard 8now Liniment Co.
500-502 North Secod Stret


Sold and Recommendcd by

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Round trip summer excursions from all points east to Pareic Co l ma
Northwest. from June 1 to September 15. with special stop-over prtvhlMU
Good returning October 31, 1966.
Summer Rates to Colorado June 1 to Septmber
Use the splendid through service of the Southern Pacifis from New pl-
leans, Union Pacific from Kansas City or Chicago to all points Weat, IfrIl-
west and Southwest. including palatial steamship service from Sa F& r a-
co to Japan. China, Australia. etc.
Through Pullman tourist cars from Washington. Atlanta, MoYtgamy,
etc., and from St. Louis and Chicago to California.
Write us for literature and information.
G. W. ELY, T. P. A. 124 Peacbtree St., Atlfat, G
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Florida East Coast Railway.

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HOTEL WINDLE, 15,7, 19 E. Forsyth Street,

S- -- New and First-Class in all

S- AppomAnh cents

C. B. SMITH, Proprietor,

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The Idea of a Cooh Syrup tat will at
on the bowels, and thus msa t in expellng
colds from Uh symt new and origaal
in Kennedy's Lxative Honey and Tar.

A certain. safe and harmless remedy for M
all Coughs, Colds, Croupi Wboopng Coq,
La Grippe, Bronchitis. Inluenza aid all
Lung and Bronchial affections. Motherm
praise the children's favorite Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar

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Volume 12 Number 49 OCALA. FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 6, S906.. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yea



A Foil Supply of Phone No. 15

SaY. the Gainesville Sun for the G. &.
Hundreds of People Attended the An- "

nual Barbecue and All Hada G. to Build Its Extension Most people are now "taking life easy;
Electric- Fans
Fancy Cakes And Get Our Prices on Wiring Through Ocala

Good Time ,. but work time will ,soon come. We ,are

The Oxford annual picnic is now and Fixtures.We ".
la Bulk and Packages. (Gainesville Sun August 5.) ready to help now or later .on.MUNROE .
only a memory, but a very delightful
one. The crowd was very large, the An important meetln gOf the direc- i
-,., Alto greatest in its annals, variously estimated are also prepared to build and repair tors of the Gainesville and Gulf Railroad :

at from 2500 to 3000 people. was held In this city Saturday. a I & CHAMBLISS
Dog Biscuit They came from almost everywhere. full'board being present. I ,
Telephone Lines and Motors; and do Gen- .
Representatives: were present from There were many matters of Impor-j BANKERS
Prunes Fernandina to Tampa while for twen- tance to come before the ,
ty to twenty-five miles around vehicles eral Repair Work. t few of them were given out for publication -

literally lined the roads. at this time. It is known however -

Vanila Drip Syrup, The day turned out to be an ideal that preparations are being: made
one, not overly warm with a gentle Shop and Sale Rooms Opposite the PostofficeDrogstore for extending the line southward from THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK

breeze to fan the perspiring brow. Fairfield to Tampa and it is said that

AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY. hogs-was The meat-two barbecued beeves on and Mr eight Will THE FLORIDA PLUMBINGS ELECTRIC CO.!' venture.there is 'plenty of money behind the

--- -- -- ---- Stepps lot north of the Baptist A committee of the board of trade of
I church while the two tables, each 175 Phone J5. B. W. MacDONALD, Manager. Ocala comprising George Crom.

feet long extended alone the beauti- rice Strauss and E f. Z. C. Chamblis
OCALA FURNITURE CO I ful shaded street north of the church, I peared before th&saeetMg.; : MaU-1 I George MacKa>

I towards the commercial or business stories high and Professor McBeathwill fish that it tank the fishermen barely gentlemen had come' frees' O R. S. Hall.
highway of the place several blocksin stone. with their lives. Not only representative citizens,:and asked
tanal Service Anywhere, Any Time,, erect a home of artificial escaping I I I DIRECTORS: H. A. Ford.
I length which was held sacred to Oxford is all right because it is a they lost their fish but the party had the board of director-and ethers in T. T. Munroo. -

and When Needed. the social picnic and barbecue features Star constituency The people like the to return home via Moss Bluff, fifteen authority arrange .to Construct the J. B. Brooks.J. .
!by ropes stretched at either end. inside 1 paper take it and pay for it. We ad- Miles out of the way. main line of extension K. Christian.
Th Question or tmbaiming and Fun I i lof which were placed seats for the ladies I ded fifteen new names to its subscription Gene Parham and Pope Bowman and through Ocala. instead of making a

eral Directing i* a Delicat. 'One t the mammas and their darling I list Saturday. It is the Star's I oilier) ? left Thursday night for a fishing branch line as had been proposed. In addition to its excellent facilities this Bank has the
I babies the young men and their inamoratas champion postoffice. t 'rip to Lake Griffin. Pepe Bow- Members of the committee were Interviewed -

WwW. lOt t it be Best for Yon to En- hundreds and hundreds of has the reputation of being the Friday as to the success accomplished advantage of a competent, capable and, good Board of
both which for general good loop i Notes best fisherman in Sumter county in their mission. "We feel I
test this Qsestwn to nose who Appre-'I and up-to-date .peeka distanced: Tom Perry the oldest son of the late j, Oxford Cemetery Association I encouraged." said a prominent mem- directors and a strong body of StockhoIdtts.I' .

elite It's Delicacy and Whose Know, any other fourteen counties In Flor !: Uncle John" Perry who built the wi'l! meet in Oxford Saturday August. ber. "The management of the Gainesville rI

II ida. The truth of the whole business first house on the site Oxford now oc- li. at 3 p. nt, to receive bids to put i and Gulf realize that it would be !I

Ittte is er the Highest Standard is that Oxford is an ideal picnic and cupies, but now of Bowling Green. wasa a new fence around and clean up the i better to run their main line through
I barbecue community and in the language : barbecue participator and will visit i ftnetery: By order of Rufus Perry Ocala but the question with them is.

TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE of ex-Chief Justice Ben Smith, Ocala ere he returns home. I I general manager. 'I whether it will be practicaL We feel .

PROMPT ATTENTION I there may be good places but none better i.:. Major and Mrs. Wright were missed I however that they will consider the YOUR DINING ROOM !
there may be said to be as large movement Justified, and will give Ocala
Dsy Phone fio. 10. sight 94 and 167 Icrowds I but none larger, there may be I at the gathering they having gone to' s the'advantage of a main line. I
Georgia to iew their plantation.Major
others where sociability is great but > : I. "Ocala can give the Gainesville and .

SMITH & HUBERTS. Ocala Fla. I none greater. there may be as good I Pemberton and his good wife r t Gulf a lot of business." continued the Have You Everything You Need For It?
will leave shortly for their old home in i
,j looking men and handsome women as I member of this committee. "Ocala
I at Oxford but none more so. and when : Ohio to see once more the dear pre Tulula Lodge. No. 22. L O. 0. P. and Gainesville are good towns, and
comes to barbecuing meat and get- cious old mother. The gallant major : In think what an advantage would be
|tit meets Tuesday evening
A Choice Stock jting "gaboo. Dandy Rufe Perry. tvhomakes remarked that since he has been in I Yonge's every Hall. B. Jeffords N. G. given ,to both cities if they were in
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: Oxford he had spent $1500 traveling i
a Fairbanks miss i titter and direct communication with each oth- t
Of Fresh Beet Pork I blush at 405 pounds, leads the proces- back and forth to Ohio.A. W. E. Bryant. Secretary. er. I believe the directors of the road We Have Just Received Some Fine Din-

jsions I by several blocks and there areI S. Bogue. the postmaster and who I i are. going to treat us fair and twist
I not enough carts to carry his "rooters." built the first business house in Ox- the main line towards Ocala if there
And Mutton, I. Besides the perfectly cooked meats, ford and was its first merchant and :i FT. KI JAMP 'Is a possible chance." ing Room Furniture, Such as

{the hundreds of well filled baskets and postmaster, with Mrs Bogue will leave
hampers, prepared by the noble housewives next Friday to attend the G. A. R. N0.
Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry) ,, CARTER WAS CASHIERED
in visit his wife's I I
I of Oxford and Sumter county, meeting Minneapolis
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and I and their rosy-cheeked and laughing- I folks in Iowa and then his old home in j I Regular monthly meeting of the heriff of Citrus County Removed SIDEBOARDS
Woodmen of the World will be held atYonge's
Choice Fresh Family Gruc eyed daughters. with pies, cakes fried Kansas. | ,
I chicken, etc. was enough to throw a II A. Collier, the nun man and merchant Hall Friday evening August From Office Because He Failed to

cries, always on hand fromwhich I highly wrought epicurean in a thouI -- is off in Georgia and report hasit I 10. All, members requested to attend.j Protect the Negroes Recently Lynch

to do your marketing.Sen. ., and fits to get at the toothsome and that he is not coming back alone Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.N. L Gottlieb. I ed in the County TABLES BUFFETS
I satisfying "mess. "Ob. it was great."[but with him will be one *>f the attractive ,
or bring us your orders "was the expression from the hundreds lassies for which the Empire: II I Tallahassee. Aug. '.-Gov. Browardhas

and they will ha\e: present as they "howdied"* during the State of the South is noted. THE TEXAS WONDER suspended George R. Carter, sheriff -
I I of Citrus county from office andrpointed
day and parted with the glad hand in : -
prompt attention The fall term of the Oxford public Cures all kidney bladder and rheumatic E. P. Graham of Floral City CHINA CLOSETSAND
remembrance of the day was repeated -
I several thousand times. There was school opened Monday. I troubles. Sold by all druggists to fill the vacancy.It ,
made that Miss :Mary McBeath, the accomplished i lor two month's treatment by mall for I II I is charged that ex-Sheriff Carter -
W. E. SMITH. not a speech nor a prayer: .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. MC- -
I ailed to Frank JoT-
day unless In words to express the I $1. Dr. E. W. Hall. tUG Olive street properly protect -
Beath will teach this season in Polk : in his 6,
those attendance and St. for testimonials. Can, a negro charge on May
North St. pleasure I of in Louis. Mo. Send I
No. 98 Magnolia f county last a result Jordan was. lynched -
j the supremacy of their enjoyment butmuMc Sold in Ocala by the AntiMonopoly I -
J. J. Brinson. the Fort McCoy "boney" -
and that on June 7 Jim Davis another -
l had its and the
charms Drugstore.
way i-
Phone man, and father of Prof. J. H. prisoner In Carter's charge,
141 J. C. Smith and his accomplished son.Charley negro _
I Brinson attended the barbecue Alf "as taken from his custody without
drew the bow. ably assisted by NICK AND ALICE COMING HOME I -
Proctor and Henry Shaw represented I he offering of any adequate resistanceon
I Nichols and relieved Veteran
Mat by

THE HERMITAGE I'ear Evans of of the Heather old and Island.middle-aged delighted and the I Pedro Slaughter Charley, Levon Lucius Mr.and Bryant Dr. T.and K. I Mr.on and their Mrs.way home Nicholas from Longworthare Europe. The the second part of negro the sheriff.was also lynched. It[ will be a Great Pleasure to Show

family and Mrs. E. M. Washburn and I
DAIRY made the muscles of the younger set daughter. Miss Emily. Belleview; Misses tl Them to You and Give Prices.
Cream De' long for a' terpsichorean stunt and I Kate Mitchell Veva Lyvers. Daisy HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLDS MEN PAST SIXTY IN DANGER _
Frsth and Pur Milk and fairly made the leaders of their shins
Davis Reba Bryant. Summerfield i
livered Every Morning at Your expand and contort as if they were on :Messrs. Epps and Vincent, Lady Lake; !, Victims of hay fever will experience More than half of mankind over sixty -

DoorPHONE the mazy floor and whirling through A. Stuvender, Leesburg; Messrs. John great benefit by taking Foley's Honey years of age suffer from kidney and

150 space in the rhythmic ecstacy of motion Luffman and J. W. Colbert Sparr; and Tar as it stops difficult breathing bladder disorders usually enlargement

I but they didn't all the same in Captain Baker, Orange Home; Kilgore immediately and heals the inflamed air of prostate glands. This is both painful .

step. if they did cavort in thought, for of Wildwood, while the towns of passages and even if it should fail to and dangerous, and Foiey's! Kid-

Electrical Supplies. Oxford is a highly moral townwherethe Coleman and Bushnell sent up fully cure you it will give instant relief.I ney cure should be taken at the first OCALA FURNITURE CO.

dance does not prowl and the 300 on the train; Tom Leitner and The genuine is in a yellow package. sign of danger as it corrects Irreg- -

"blind tiger" has no lair. wife of Anthony; Steve Carter, Peter Sold by; all druggists. ularities and has cured many old men
I have a well selected stock Now in the language of Gene Olson and Mr. Sigmon of South Lake IOf this disease. Mr. Rodney Burnett.

Parham: "Dr. Smith touched the classical Weir while W. E. McGahagin, Jim CHOPPERS Rock Port, Mo. writes: "1 suffered I E. C. SMITH. C. V. ROBERTS.
of Electric Fans. in both the strain and the mind and ,
pitched I Blair. Miss Lola ,Fort spoke for North with enlarged prostate gland and
Veteran Evans drew the bow that made Wood wanted at the Ocala kId-I
choppers trouble for and after
General :Electric Co. and the Lake Weir and P A. Fort and wife for ney years
'choose your partners' fairly run riot Candler. Lime Company's location at Oak two bottles of Foley's Kidney

Westinghousemake. The latter in the minds of the would-be dancers Those w received* the initiatory degree Hurst. Apply to C. G. ..Frazier man- feel better than I have for twenty

and the way the old man braced himself in Odd Fellowship in Amity lodge ager. years although I am now 91 years I
cost a little more, but require up threw back his shoulders and Saturday night were John R. Proctor. old." Sold by all druggists.A THE BREAKERSTHE a
that of his made
less current to operate swung good right arm J. C. Perry. J. M. Holly and W. R. A HEALING GOSPEL
you know he hadn't forgotten the hal- -
I : ;he-
cyon days of his youth In the corn- The Rev J. C. Warren, pastor of I
them. J also carry in stock Mr. Jesse E. Martin and family are Ga. BREAKERS Is second to none in location and beach attractions. Its
shuck gatherings of the old hills of Sharon Baptist church, Belalr ,
I selling out. preparatory to leaving for A New York Judge Declares the Law : the ideal hotel for summer tourists. Situated upon a high bluff overtook-
Fancy Globes High Low Georgia when 'on with' the dance: let Texas, where they go for the benefitof II says of Electric Bitters: "It's a God- Fettneting: Hours of Child Labor ing the ocean, and less than two hundred feet from the rolling surf It combines -
Joy be unconfined, until daylight Mm.: Martin's health. send to mankind. It cured me of lame the benefits of an ocean voyage with the pleasures of a shore resort.The ..
Lights, etc. snapped the strings of the dust-raising The party at Dr. Smith's Saturday back stiff joints and complete physical to be UnconstitutionalNew rooms are large all outside; en suite anI single with baths, and thor-
'fiddle. That music was fine and it collapse. was so weak it took me oughly screened. The dining room Is on the ocean side and one of the matt
kinds of electrical work right was a big success. There was York. Aug. .-The state law
All was a whole day's inspiration.Now half an hour to walk a mile. Two bot- attractive rooms of the hoteL Electric lighting telephone service mad Immediate : -
of music and .. labor
plenty good sociability. of New York restricting the by
those whose executive I made connection with an up-to-date livery.
ability tles of Electric Bitters have me
done at reasonable Mr. and Mrs. Lem entertained children hours day
Aim repairing Griggs women and to ten a Bus will meet all trains.In .
made all were good-na- I have walked three
arrangements delightfully Saturday night the sin- so strong just and sixty hours a week in a factory addition to the Breakers It has been possible to add the use of the
prices, under a full guar tured Rufe Perry, ably assisted by gle and married ladies who were form- j miles in 50 minutes, and feel like was declared Saturday by Justice Olm- Clarendon bath houses bowling alley pool tables dancing pavilion and the
out Stamp Brinson. Will OdeH and Pope erpupils of Mrs. Burrell when she I'I walking three more. It's made a neWman otead in a decision handed down in the famous Clarendon fishing pier. The ta We,will maintain the high standard to
antee. If your lights are Brinson. Of course it is understoodthat taught the Oxford school. The number ->, of me" Greatest remedy for Court of Special Sessions to be "an which Mr. Holt pledges himself wherever he assumes the management.The
everybody in Oxford stood ready i weakness and all Stomach. Liver and remarkable record for healthfulness, especially! for children. It a
of fix or need wiring present was quite large, and all unwarranted Invasion of constitutional
you The well established feature.
and aided in everything possible. had Kidney complaints. Sold under guar- "
a splendid time. rights. of all is to join with the who are booking for the season. _
The proof many
ice and
done, phone to Xo. 22.? arrangement to dispense cream S. L. Griggs and party returned last antee at Tydings & Co's. drugstore. The ruling was concurred in by Justice For rates and reservations apply toBER'r
lemonade was excellent S. G. Lowell Friday night from a fishing outing at Price, 50 cents.Elegant McKean and Justice DeueLJudge
acted cashier and sold tickets
Walter Tucker as Stark's ferry on the Oklawaha. They Olmstead declared that the law was SEABREEZEIj
at Gerald Stubb, Aiken Caruthers and end used the ferry boat as a fishing and china closests combined. Call Justice Olmstead said in his decision FLORIDA.

Bert Martin served ice cream while t-smack and so loaded it down with and see them at McIver & MacKajTs. : "To labor and employ labor are
Spencer &. Smith'sThe Hamp Brinson Joe Fort and Pope Inherent and inalienable rights of- our --
Bowman made the lemonade and
pour- citizens, and cannot be taken awayIn r
ed it for the thirsty throng. The cash-
whole or in part unless upon the
ier sold $%30.25;; worth of tickets, and
Art of A.LLENIV. BRIDGESDispenser broad ground of public good which ,
the supply gave out at 5 p. In., or the .must be Apparent and cannot be predicated -
sum realized would have been $250.This ,
upon legislative dictum.
Baying a Piano money,goes to the cemetery fund of CONVENIENT TO BOTH DEPOTS
to keep the graves clean and to keep
"Make Hay While the Sun Shines"Ther
Is That up the fences. A renovated hotel with all the privacy of family life
Something This is enough about the picnic and Pure Ice Cream and Cold Drinks newly
Everyone Does Not barbecue; now a word about is a lesson in the work of the All modern conveniences First class in all of its ap-
thrifty farmer. He knows that the
Have Oxford Choice Candies, Fruits, Confections, bright sunshine may last but a day pointments. Porters meet all trains. Rates, $2 -

Promoter John Erickson Charles and be prepares for the showers day. Weekly and monthly rates made
Full Line of all Popular Brands of Cigars. which are so liable to follow. So it per
says: it is the best town between Jacksonville -
There are many things to and Tampa with no disrespect should be with every household. Dy- known upon application.

take into consideration meant for the Brick City. He said its sentry, diarrhoea and cholera morbus

people had more bank accounts and Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under may without attack some member Chamberlain's of the home Col- MRS. THOS. J BARNES
sweetness of tone. reliabilityof the deposits greater than any town in warning.
Sumter, and with no envious eye on [the electric fans. Don't forget the place. ic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy PROPRIETORhTLLINTIC
of action is best known medicine Jtoi
make, lightness Coleman; that its soil was of the best |I which the -

and the durability and construction and most productive, that its people ALLEN BRIDGES' ICE CREAM PARLOR these hand diseases as immediate should! always treatment be keptat Isnecel'lsaJ'Y.
bad more good horses and vehicles I ,
and delay fataL
may prove
of the case. than any people of their number in
the state and when it comes to salted Next to Munroe fc Chambliss' Bank. For sale by all druggists. COAST LINETHROUGH

Whenever you do decide to and lasting attainments, Oxford peoplein I
character had the whole bunch skinned DANIEL WESSON DEADHe L
buy a piano. why not buy it
several blocks. That it is a

of a good reliable firm. The cessful trucking district can suc-I I MARION FARMSSI Was On of the Manufacturers of CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA '

Judged when we state; that its the Smith & Wesson Pistol
Cable Company is today the -
Truck Growing Union E3LS Springfield .Mass- Aug. ,-After an -CONNECTIONS-
music house in the ; illness of almost four years. Daniel
largest shares had advanced from par $10. to Baird Wesson, the revolver manufacturer TO THE EAST Over its own rails to Savannah Charleston. Richmond

world. Their pianos are man $40 in five years, and are not for sale.. (INCORPORATED) died at his home here Saturday. All Rail and Washington. thence via Pennsylvania Ry.
Its educational spirit is expanding.It
Mr. Wesson was the founder of the
ufactured in their own factory has built a good school house, and firm of Smith & Wesson, and has been TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Na hvtQe and Dtzto "
the school has from 65 pupilsin
is the manufacturer of guns and revolvers FIr route eta Atlanta..
and their reliability un one year to 155. and 200 are pre-
the greater part of his life. He
dicted for this while the salaryof .
questioned.Write year was born in Worcester: in 1825 and TO THE EAST Via Sav*& Ocean S. s. Co. for New York. PhI1a4e1pad&> ,
its principal. Proto T J McBeath. FINE CARRIAGES BUGGIES *
I came to Springfield In 1837 when and Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New Tork.: Washington. i y'.=
has been increased, and everybody is
us today for prices, pleased Its merchants are obliging, 'I TRAPS CARRYALLS, with Horace Smith, be started the Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchant and Miners .

manufacture of guns. His wealth Is estimated Transportation Company for Baltimore and .PbDa4e1--... ....
terms and catalogue enterprising and are doing a good SADDLE HORSES. ETC at S50.600004 -.. .. "
Steamship phla.KEY
business; They are O. S. Bogue. P.
and & C Caruthers. Brown and Col- ,'f .
The Cable Co. lier and Dr Smith. FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSESHORSES If you will make inquiry it will bea WEST and HAVANA-VIa Peninsular and Occidental Steamship C*. ",..t -=-,J,;-:

The town is growing and those who revelation to you how many succumb Route of the celebrated trains. New York and Florida Special Florida y :

will erect new houses are the Warnock AND MULES FOR SALE to kidney and bladder troublesin and West Indian Limited. Chicago and Florida Limited and Pixie-Ttyer.
HO West Bay St., one form and another. If the pa-
boys while the Odd Fellows composinga
thrivinglodge of 80 members HORSES BOARDED BY THE :MONTH tient is not beyond medical aid, Fo- Quickest schedules superior servlc e. For Information as ta ratea schedule _
Jacksonville, Fla. very of ley's Kidney Cure will cure. It neverdisappoints. *, etc., consult. the purple folder or communicate with J. (I. Kirkland D. '
considering the question erecting -
,FIB Chase Manager. are a new stone hall 40x59 feet two ....A- C. COBB, General Manager. i Sold by all dealers. P. A, Tampa; W. J.,Craig. Pammenger 'Traffic Manager WBtai&ctoa,.H. C.'

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OCALA OCCURRENCESWoodmen $100 REWARD, $100 THE DRESS PARADE I r '-. H. ROBINSON. President. -- .

FLOOR COVERING !GF ALL DESCRIPTIONS The readers of this paper will be The Ocala Rifles paraded on the public I S. H. BLITCH Manager,: J. C. BOOZER ...... anagell.

tip meet Friday evening. pleased to learn that there Is at least square Sunday afternoon at 4:30. .:> -
G .1 one dreaded disease that science has About fifty men were in the ranks. GEO. J. BLITCH. Teller.

W been able to cure In all Its stages and They were in full uniform, and it Is
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
that Is catarrh. HalTs Catarrh Cure safe to say that no city In Florida
NEW LINE 18 the only positive cure now knownto sends a finer looking set of young menthe The Strong Hold theCOM'MERCIAL
x Limeade at the Postofflce Drugstore. the medical fraternity. Catarrh beIng to encampment They went
tr COz a constitutional disease, requires through the manual of arms and tsev-

C3CO:>> G. I* Lilly, of Henton. W. Va.. was a constitutional treatment HaIrs eral evolutions with the ease and pro- BANK

a .. at the Ocala House Saturday. Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,acting clency that won the praise of all beholders ,
x directly upon the blood and mucous among whom were several

< =>> Vest and coat pocket electric light; surfaces of the system thereby destroying veterans of the SpanishAmericanwar OCALA, J1LA.I .
bottom prices. rouge &; CUne.J the foundation of the disease men well qualified to criticize. A
and giving the patient strength by large number of spectators were! out I

/ :M. Mathews of Flemington was building up the constitution and assisting and the veranda of the Ocala House Has Upon Public 'Confidence is Evidenced by Its Large
LADIES' its work. The was crowded with ladle The rosterof
nature In doing: and
In the city today. Increasing Business
proprietors have so much faith In its the company shows the followingnames
curative powers that they offer One :
FOR SALE-Two fine milch cows. G. A. Nash J. --
captain M. Graham
Hundred Dollars for any case that Its ;
too Call on or write B. H. Seymour Brat lieutenant J. H. Bell second lieutenant
:: ails to cure. Send for list of testi- ; THE
mnials. Address: ; Will Dunn first sergeant; INN
Robert McDonald of Grahamvillewas F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo Ohio. Ramp: Chambers quartermaster sergeant -
Gray, Navy and Yt In town today. Sold by drug sta. 75c. : Fred \Veihe. sergeant; George
eco A Pleasant Homelike
z Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Chambers. sergeant; Thompson sergeant Hoes u. O>> Fome rare bargains In Haviland Family Pills for constipation ; Leitner. sergeant. George

o Black Panama. fr china! at the Postofflce Drugstore. litch, corporal; Bitting corporal; Elegant, Airy Rooms and the
:;c ; Hampton, corporal -
rz I* A. Felsentbal of Philadelphia was ; Proctor corporal; Raysor! corporal. -
H -: at the Ocala House Sturday night K. 0. T. M. M. ; very Table Board.

Privates Bitting. Bullock Briggs

; AT W Kodak time. We have everything In Jooher, Broadwater Boswell. Crosby, -4L Special Rates in Summer> to _'

the line. The Postoffice Drugstore. Ocala Tent No. 140, fluffy. Dame Edwards Fort Frank
K. O.T. M. M. will hold einburg. Gates, J. D. Hopkins. S. L. Weekly and Monthly Board-

Mr. Seap Weathers and his son Ed. a special meeting Friday evening Au- Hopkins, Leo Hodges Ernest Hodges.
were in town today from Leroy. gust 10. Instead of the regular meeting Claude Ha>'craft. Head. Val more Iz- ers.
RBE NAUER'S. Ii Wednesday evening in order to meet lar; Juhan. Joyner. Johnson. Jennings.
i SALE-Nice 1fr. A. C. Hamrick. who will be In thecity Kaiser Keen Lyvers Mathews Mock MRS. HATCHELL
FOR dwellings on
Friday. As Mr. Hamrick will MUrTel1, Proctor, Pegram. Pender
North Main street. Nos SO and 60. '
Payne Phillips Robertson. Jesse
have important news to Impart, all .. Proprietress.OCALA *
Ocala :Maccabees should be present As moak. Spencer. Scott H. C Williams. : "

THE CROSSET SHOE I G. Tankersley of Coleman was at the Woodmen will occupy Tonge's Watkins. Woods. George Miller and FLORIDA
the _Montezuma Sunday. Hall Friday evening, it Is not known Robert Miller.

where the meeting will be held but a
FOR SALE-FIve good show case. place will be secured and notice given U. D. C. MEETINGThe

as good as new. Apply to Jake Klein. in due time. G. W. Martin. R. K.
----- T. D. Bryan Commander. Daughters of the Confederacy e
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will meet at the residence of Mrs. Jo- .'
Mr. M Fishel and wife leave tomor-
row for Hot Springs for a month'streatmenL Some of the younger members ofthe seph T. Lancaster next Friday afternoon 1.
Ocala Rifles were too boisterous at 4 o'clock.

Friday night and caused some of the rAt

I I Don't fall to try the new fancy citizens living near. the armory to enter Mr. 1... W. Ducal returned this morning =
drinks and ices at the Anti-Monopoly complaint. A court martial was from a three weeks' vacation in '
Drugstore held Sunday afternoon and it was Impressed North Georgia.

I on one budding warrior that he

Mr HOll man. the Fort King grocer must not talk back to his superior of- H. W. Long. Mart; L. L. Home "rT'h

will accompany Mr. and Mrs. Fish- ficE'r. As it was his first offense and York: Zill EUton, Leroy; B. G. Smith.
el to Hot Springs. probably his last one. he was let offwith Jennings, and R. L. Barnes Juliet
G z a light fine. sere at the Montezuma today.

Palmer's Lotion Soap for eruptionsand
skin diseases at the Postoffice The old time out of date genuine
1l r .. Hud net's, Rogers & Gallet's Colite's -
: Skr Drugstore.F. tuff-"X-Senator." Look for this
v ; and many other fine toilet waters -
brand when you feel like "Havana cigars -
perfumes and soaps. Bath waters
S. Gilbert of Kissimmee and T. are not what they used to be."
a specialty. A full line of Nadinola
C. Gilbert of Leroy. were at the Montezuma -
goods. Tydings & Co. phone No. 30.
Sunday. Messrs. Boswell. Keen. Scott Robertson. -

I Edwards Crosby, Head. Watkins t
ar ,3'tr Well famished rooms; low summer iroadwater. Payne, Johnson and I W. M. Barco of Dutton and Misses

rates. Lock box 207, St. Petersburg, Thompson all good-looking young I Carrie and Hattie Barco of Cotton
Fla. soldiers from Dunnellon. came up ('nthe Plant dined at the Montezuma' today.

I. noon train Sunday and made a beeline I

Miss Jeannette McCredie returned for the Montezuma. Colonel !Ship- LOST-Pointer dog; medium sized;

Sunday from a pleasant visit to her man is an old soldier and knows just i color, white with liver spots; especially

THE MONTEZUMA relatives at Micanopy. what will suit the young ones. I II II I noticeable Is a liver colored spot on .

I back of dog, next to tail. Disappear-I

"TED--Two teamsters and three Bamboo and grass screens, work I ed last Saturday evening

mill hands. Address, W. J. Lohrig. boxes hat and skirt boxes, etc, the I Will pay suitable reward for return t!
LEASED FOR TEN l YEARS Ocala Fla. prettiest of the new furniture novel dog to S. P. Lamb, Anthony, Fla.

ties, to be had Mclver &; Mac-

Best Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Lrp-to-Date :Mr. James Blair of Jacksonville. Is Kay's. Miss Kate Mitchell of Summerfieldwill

Eat in the cltr-for several days, a guestof leave shortly to visit friends InSouth A-Full Line of Men' and Bays' Clothi ng, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings of All
Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to the Montezuma. A. Well of Philadelphia Frank M.I Carolina and AlabamaJ
Heslop and W. F. Jones of Baltimore I Kind, at the Very Lowest Cash Price

at the Ocala House Sunday. I
FOR SALE-One good gentle horse were II D. Williams went down to Eden-
I cheap. Apply to No. 47, N. Main St, field in Sumter county, to assist in <
Ocala Fla. LOST OR STOLEN-Large, young j building the new Lester sawmill.
I male hound color, head end belly i
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HOW IS IT DONE? JUST IN: 500 OF THE'VERY LAT Mrs.. Haycraft Ethel returned and pretty Sunday little froma daughter light$5 will brown be paid back for black.his .return Reward to the of I I FOR buggies SALE-A for sale few at good a bargain.secondhand GENUINE GOLD; MOULDED RE- WEATHER FORECAST

visit to relatives Inquire at the Marion Farms Stables .
at Fellowship.
It would seem PHONOGRAPH RECORDS. COME I Ocala, Fla. 500 JUST IN. COME AND HEAR Washington Aug. C.-Fair tonight;

t AND SELECT. YOURS. F. Pearce Jno. P. Hardman. Jules I THEM. OCALA FURNITURE CO. showers Tuesday'
to be done bv OCALA FURNITURE CO. Rat Wheat 10 cents, will surely kill Kaufman. J. R. Ramseur and W. II. I

magic.. The mice and rats. AU other kinds keptIn Archibald of Jacksonville, were at the 1 Deputies Hutson and Bishop caught

I A flatbed of loir-art- stock also. Tydings & Co. phoneNo. Ocala House Saturday night.A Ernest McLockhn colored, at Shady J. E. CHACE .
human voice last He is wanted for stealing
30. night.
The bland of Sardinia is a hotbed of CLARK BROS.HAVE
'I I goods from the Variety Store, July 14,
I coming a violence. The "Granary of Kome re-I beautiful new line of oak and ma-
but> until last night had evaded the
.' wooden box i silts the softening: Influences of civilization C. T. Boyd and M. J Simmons of hogany music cabinets. In the newest I
i him
fficers. Justice Bullock
: :and remains with many of thepeculiarities I Duval and David A. Leon of Jacksonville designs: on display at McIver & MacKay's. gave Office Upstairs. Commercial But Bld'iOCALA
with all its well I I sloe or six months on the hard
In'' were at the Ocala House lastnight .
II which distinguished it WHAT YOU WANT i FLA.
known tones, the middle of the last: century. "In the
I W J. Willis, J. W Coulter and Will
I Arthur Hardaker. of Martel W. H. TRY THEM AND SEE. I
'J ;
writes a traveler of that
and its nlll'z1C.i country, DeHon were among the Blitchton delegation -
? Straw hat enough In 23 Orr and W. IL Green of Montbrook; Cash.
clothed in I Terms,
1 time, the men are goatskins, I in town today. ,
'rhePHONOGRAPH J. B. Martin of Oklawaha and W. H. Cured Hams.
one before and another behind, with- cent package to keep your hat nice and Virginia
clean all the & Co., James of Cordele, were at the Ocala
out breeches, shoes or stockings, anda summer. Tydings ; House Saturday nighLLOSTA Swift's Premium !l.Armour's I The Confederate veterans held their
woolen or skin cap on the head. The phone No. 30. monthly meeting today. The attendance MoIYER & !HAcKAY
than Star Hams.
w men have no other habiliments was good.
too welli'
,; now pair of spectacles In a
known y long woolen gown and a woolen cap. Edward Leake. Brooksvllle. W. W case, with L. J. Stephens, Jacksonville Armour's Melrose Break. FUNERAL DIRECTORS
A to needdescription The peasants always go armed to defend Thompson Leroy, and S. J. Phillips, Fla-. engraved on case. Please returnto Miss Jessie Owens was a business

but themselves from one another for Shady were at the Montezuma last I W. L. Ditto. fast Bacon. caller In town today. She expects to Undertakers and EmbalmersD.

the they are all robbers and assassins so night.A start for South Carolina in a week or

pleasun/of that traveling in the interior is extremely Miss Alice Richardson who has been Kingan's Boneless Break- so to spend a month with friends. MciVER, M. G. BROWN

po:use.*'il ng one unsafe without an escort, and it iseven fine residence lot. suitable for a spending several weeks in Jacksonville fast Bacon. Undertaker

i &e,' is not knownto dangerous forships to send their cottage on Fort King avenue going at and at Pablo Beach with friends, Miss Legie Blitch returned this afternoon -
people on shore for water unless they the low price of $350. If sold Immedi- returned home yesterday.A. Diamond X Butter. from McIntosh, where she has Fine Caskets and Burial RobesAll

everyone. ately. Ditto & Maloney.S. been visiting friends.Dr. .
well tL In short the Sardes
are arm ,
Mangoes. Work Done by Licensed Embalmers -
wr We ell the Edison are the Malays of the Mediterranean." D. Williamson, Live Oak; Geo. J. and Guaranteed
W. Cummings, of Rochester, N. : Pickle BUtch Is again at his post of Fully
Phono -London Chronicle.A Doermer Chicago and C. J. Whaley, Sweet Midget in
Y, J. W; Jackson of Lacoochee Hen- Charleston were at the Ocala House duty at the Commercial Bank aftera
graph. Full assortment ry Bevell of Bushnell. J. D. Hop- last night Bulk. week's illness.
Leopard Collar. kins, of Boardman and C. II. Collins, WEtHF:
., ofi "A leopard collar," he said taking upa of Atlanta were guests at the Monte- Sweet Mixed Pickle in THE
dog collar studded with sharp spikes We want your prescription trade. Will Inclalr, the Mobile export and
records always on hand Your zuma Saturday nighLThe Bulk. Import merchant, arrived yesterday
throe Inches long. Fitting the collar on I We give the best service possible. Pure -
leisure hours can be made and Is visiting his mother and sisters.
his dog be resumed: "This piece of drugs competent prescriptonists. fair I

very instructive and entertaining armor-for that Is what It 1:-Illustrates prices and prompt delivery. Please II i : :: JEWELER
Mrs. Ernest Lyles of Newberry Is in
of the Himalayas bottom layer send or bring your trade to Tydings
with a Phonograph an oddity 0. K. GROCERY.Phone town visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Lyles. .
namely, the fdndness of the llima- & Co. phone 30. .
layan leopard for dog flesh. In the of a box ofCANDIES 174 Carries a Complete Stock of f

< Himalayas last year I found that all Jules Kaufman and Chas. T. Moore Jim Nelson of Candler was in the Jewelry Consisting of
dogs wore these murderous looking of Jacksonville and Tate Mason of city today ,

: spiked collars. The explanation was Selma. Ala. were! at the Montezuma .- PINS, DIAMONDS

that the Himalayan leopards conductedan Sunday night Mr. Geo. Carmichael left yester- RINGSVATCHES

unceasing dog; hunt, and that In attacking day for Hot Springs Ark to be gonea ,
a dog they always feil upon his FOR RENT-Several rooms, suita- month. CHARMS FOBS _
neck. This collar with its sharp spikes ri ble for family: water, toilet, etc; third t
J. Zenas Preston, floor of the Star building. Apply at ,
is! a great protection. It has saved summer Diarrhoea in Children
\ Icings fcr4 this office.A. FINE CHINA. -
many a dog from a hungry leopard. a3'Thdeiciousmarsdss macjr r
Often in the Himalayas dog comes During the hot weather of the sum- LADIES' UMBRELLAS.\
Typewriters.All trotting home safe and sound though M. Goodwin. the handsome young mer months the first annual loosenessof
consul commander of Martel W. GUARANTEED CLOCKS
blood and hairs @waM 1 surprises Camp a child's bowels should have immediate -
with of yellow
smears -
O. ".. was at the Montezuma Sunday attention so as to check the -AIJ4SOUVENIR-
upon hIs collar spikes.: as the top layer evening.A .
disease before It becomes serious. All CARDS. .
for that is necessary is a few doses of
machines guaranteed WHY FRET AND WORRY T TROXLER. special bargain In box paper for Tie gnttest thing in C Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and

twice as long as others. when :your child has a severe cold. month of July-Whiting's--at 35, 50 the world t! keep: Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose! All Kinds of Repairing

You need not fear pneumonia or other and 75 cents. TydIngs & Co. phoneNo. totmev jmeg leaking of castor oil to cleanse the system.
pulmonary diseases. Keep supplied 30.The. Rer. M. O. Stockland, pastor of the .

with Ballard Horehound Syrup-a POOR EYESIGHTIS It doei this in a natural wij. It first M. E. church. Little Falls Minn.
Second-Hand Machines from positive cure for colds coughs, whoop- writes "We have used Chamberlains ?
A GREAT AFFLICTION county boards were in session U not a cosmetic or artificial dun OC'ALAFLA'
ing cough and bronchitis. Mrs. Hall Colic Cholera and DlalTbXRem-
$5.00 Up. of Sioux Falls, S. D, writes: "I have today.If coating., It amply clan the pores edy for several years and find It avery P.

used your wonderful Ballard Horehound PERFECT VISIONIS gives the blood free circulation, valuable remedy especially for

Syrup on my childrer for five A CONSTANT DELIGHT you want a splendid business lot. removes aU wrinkles and insures a summer disorders In children." Sold

RIBBONS & SUPPLIESSend years. Its results have been wonderfuL only a few feet from the frontage on clear, beMrlijr, well groomed by all druggists.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly DruJ- the square at a low cash figure. Inquire wor- :
store.! I OXCE could eee, at the Star office. frequent oae from sow win _
but I keep yea young looking and foot
now can
for catalogue] and SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE not. T. J. Burgess an excellent citizen oBlitchton. ktokiag. SOC and $.00 per jar. Tax ter 4888 Deed Laws Under of Section Florida.8 of Chap- A Big Load for $*

pric>8. 120:? West Bay street, Arrival and Departure of Train at AM overworked. not forget. was his substantial in town today good and will did to Call at our store Notice Is hereby given that F. M. .

Jacksonville Fla. Ocala What a story of the Star. for sampleAntiMonopoly Brown purchaser of tax certificateNo. O SH -

;;i 23 dated the 4th day of July. A. .

Day Trains suffering, abuse When traveling! via the A. C. I*, or D. 1904. has filed said certificate In my

MONTHSGUARANTEE and neglect would when in need of a mileage! book cal office and has made application for
Northbound-------------i2:7 p. m. your eyes on R. T .Adams city tocket agent at Drugstore with
Ei6 Southbound... ..... ..... %:%0 p. m. tell if they could talk. How the Ocala House. deed Said to certificate issue In embraces accordance the folJf.wing -

A,.lnst half. No' moredarnng Night Trains they cry for help as the bright described property situated In B. H. SEYMOUR '
if buy Northbound... ..... ..... 2:10 a. m. Jim Fort and Daniel Driggers are
you Southbound------------- a. IJ1. sunlight, traveling ten feet putting out a ten-acre peach orcharda Marion county Florida to-wit: 01'-1
and 183, S. H Phone J85
t\DIB prooFJtDsicry from the glaring pavement or mile east of the Oklawaha station. ange grove tracts 12
DON'T GRUMBLE also' building a house and stable on OCALA PRESSING CLUB Park. The said land being assessed |S
95,000,000 miles thro' space, the land. at the date of the Issuance of such j
All the popaUr colors. When your Joints ache and you suffer !- J. F. WILLIAMSON, Prop. L.ALEXAlDERPractical!
certificate the name of parties un
Wonted hurls its a delicate
Men f
F K" from rheumatism. Buy a bottleof rays upon '
't flt!. solo only in low o* Ballard's Snow Liniment and The following members!!! of the Ocala known. Unless said certificate shall ,
l ir.for ;Cot get and overworked retina. Call We Make a Specialty of Ladies' Skirt r
wee 6 pairs tar$t.5o Instant relief. A positive cure for Rifles, belonging" to the hospital corps of All Kinds be redeemed according to law tax deed I!
EgntiaD: cotton sis pairs rheumatism burns. cuts. contracted on DR. D. M. Borer, Eyesight went with their company to Tampa win issue thereon on the Sth day of i i
for $2O ..t z-raalN Lind WIdoA.r muscles, sore chest etc. Mr. L T. Specialist, Optical Parlors in today: James Carlisle Sr. James Rates Reasonable-All Goods Pressed August. A. D. 136& 1 i CARPENTER
Carlisle Jr. Wm. N. Bangs and Vic I
,oa saga st Bogy, a prominent merchant Willow nary Building, Ocala, Fla. tor Martini and Cleaned on Snort Notice and De- Witness my official signature and Careful estimates made on all contract -
Point. Texas. says that he finds Hallard's livered Promptly. seal this the 5th day of July, A. D..1 work. Gives more and better work '-
Snow Liniment the best all He will examine them andy
1906. S. T Slstront,. I for the money!' than any other contractor -
round liniment he ever used. Sold b Frank Lytle was among the visitors
1: M. FISH EL Ocala) h1a, the Anti-Monopoly Dvagstore. put them at ease. I in town today. 'PHONE 167 Clerk Circuit Court,,Marion_ Co.. Its.,i In the dty {

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COALS OF FIh Better, thank you. In fact. quit
Xew York Aug. 6.-William Dutch-
I Fat round and fun of life and miscl cf.I er, president of..ihe National Associa- The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act J11

Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim tion of Audubon Societies. In a, letterto on the bowels, and thus assist in expelling
Box for the
Open a I I
r.Oriffinal-1 1 I pies. No cough no indigestion. President Roosevelt recently said colds from the system is new and original
Denton Adams went west folly equipped that Queen Alexandra of England had
recently made In Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.LAXATIVE .
Children publicly known tier disapproval -
BO far as education goes to take a !'
of the use of white heron
prominent- stand. He had not been
i plumes on women's bats and
suggested -
Leave it where they can reachit. In his new home Ions wben a vacancy 'a- that similar expression from

occurred on the school board, and be i I Mrs. Roosevelt would do more toward

Watch them gain in weight. was nominated for the position. Women abolishing them as millinery ornaments A certain safe and harmless remedy for

than months of work by the Au- all Coughs Colds Croup Whooping Cough
voted In that section and a woman ,

Watch their cheeks grow ruddy was put op against Adams. I II administered by a mother whose lore dubon reply follows The: president. wrotein La.Grippe, Bronchitis Influenza! and all tTUMHONEY

with health and life. Rosa Day was the seemingly i iaap' was tempered with common sense. "My Dear Mr. Dutcher: Permit me Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers:
propriate name of the woman candidate on behalf of both Mrs. Roosevelt and
-a name that smacks rather of a (I'i She knows that OZOMULSION i.'f is myself to say how heartily we sympathize praise the children's favorite' Kennedy'sLaxative

bright morning In a Cower garden a fountain of energy for grown-ups : not only with the work of the Honey and Tar ]

Uneeda Biscuitare than "a woman with assurance scffl- 'f too. It stops waste of flesh. It make Audubon societies generally, but par-

dent to stand for election in a IJtltednmp.1ign. : plenty of rich blood. For pale feeble ticularly In their! efforts to stop the COUGH SYRUP TA.Rlftsp.asd

When :Mr. Adams heard- i folk it is the chief nonrisher at life'sfeast. sale and use of the so-called "au-

the [only) Soda Crackersthe the name of his opponent be pictured It cures Consumption when ons.grettes"-the If anything.plumes Mrs.of Roosevelt the white feels her- .t the Laboratory of X. C. D..ITT CO: .-CUZCAO0-V.: Se ,At

In his mind a blushing girl whom to taken in tim:. All druggists sell it- even more strongly than I do in the **'VE KXS CLOTtt BL08MX A=D TK>SORT 1KB" OB nuT kOTTU.
most nutritious food made treat with the
ordinary campaign argu- So cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let HI matter. Theodore Roosevelt. SOLD BY THE ANTI-MONOP DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLA
ments would he a profanation and he f

- from wheat, therefore the most would have is-Itl-drawn bad fee not send you Low Round Trip Rates Via the

I pledged liiiiis elf to ruu if DOW1l1.U J. I Free Sample! Oxide by Hail! !

wholesome food for children. But when be award that Miss Day w.... I II LODISYILLE & NASHVILLE RAILWAYThe

running her .c-.UEpaicn: with free attacks i Write letter or postal toOOMULSIOU
: I on the unfitness of the opposite CO. Louisville and Nashville Rail

v In a dust tight. sex to decide upon matters p-Ttihia" 98 Pine Street. New York road will sell round trip rates from

moisture proof package. I to children and his own nnfitaess! iu i i Jack onville to points shown, on dates '. Health i*

particular be girded up his loins for I indicated. Proportionately low rates
the fight. from other points. More Them

NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY 311'dam was on his way to speakat i UNIVERSITY COLLEGE I I$32.10, Milwaukee, Wi, and return. [ ] Wealth

D. The town was off the line of any 1 OF MEDZCIHE) RVIIRGUsIAD g Tickets Final return sold limit August August 10, 11 22.and 12.

railroad: and Adams was obliged to I STUART M eGU IRC. M. D. PHCSIOIIIT.. iJ "
travel by ('{)actL Whether it Is the I This CoOegt conforms to the Standards 11 $33.60, St. Paul.and Minneapolis, Minn., > Use
seats facing each other, the narrow Jt j fixed by law for Medical Education. Send for and return. Tickets sold August 10. saovlts
the Bulletin No.II.which tells about it. 11 and 12, with final return limit LNtlHENTipVcs BALLARD'S
compass or ruts there is some- :
t Three tree CJl ISpedfr Department August 31. By payment of fee of 50
thins: about a stagecoach; that throws | MEDICIBEDENTISTRYPHARMACY
t cents and depositing ticket, same can
HOTEL WINDLE I people toge'ther. The candidate: ham j be extended until September 30. : SNOW OF
15.47,19 E. Forsyth Street, by the time talked so much about '! \
the'' $46.05 Chicago, 111, and return. Tick-
t election that he was tired of it, au-J = ? THEM
ets on sale daily to September 30. =
i .
New and First-Class in all since he was not known to the few |>as- | and limited to return until October LINIMENT ALL

senders present haras enabled ta keep [ HEADACHE(7 I 31.
-- : Appointments his: identify a secret. I $57.90, Denver, Colorado Springs Or' AND

icf lie was det-tmed on this trip to w Pueblo, CoU and return.. On sale
"My f
4'- '
a American Plan $2.00 to
? 'd: hid fate. Opposite him: sat a girl apparently t.1 tor the lut wenti-flT yew sad never found any daily until September 30. Final return -will always have good health. What is more to a man

$2.50 per day. eighteen-she was twentytwo hebu relief mnul began he taking becu,Cuctreu*11;...your he Cue has vet.. Sice limit October 31. than good health? All the money in the world en't make

41 European Plan Rooms one -as pretty as a red apple and as I the headache. They have entirely eared never htm.hd $33.40, Hot Springs, Ark. and return. happiness where health ia unknown. Ballard's Snow Liniment
modest as a pansy. A man may meet I CueareM da what you recommend them to II... I Tickets on sale daily. Final return Rheumatism, cuts. Burns, Sprains. Neuralgia

person, 75c. per day and I thousands of women without being; In will LX.give itS the:! ae.IDer privilege SL"cf W.ladlaDapoU..IR4.using bit limit 90 days from date of sale. CURES' Sores Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles. LameBack

u P. Special weekly rates. the slightest degree affected by any i and all the Ills that Flesh is Heir to.

Ur I L I of them. Then suddenly he may look !I 1 Best For I Daily to September 30 round trip

$ 1 Ir Center of City. Near all upon a face and know that It belongs; ;( The Bowels I summer tourist tickets will be on sale One Who Knows.

1 Car Lines. Open all the to the woman he wishes to be his wife. i> to various resorts. Full information,
Salt Lake u
J. O. Scott Utah.
schedules time tables etc. will be furnished ; City writes; cannot
; Year Rooms with BathExtra It was so with Adams: when he looked I promptly on application to G.- too highly praise '., Snow Liniment for
upon the face of this girL lIe soon the relief of acute rheumatism
cabled sudden change
Charge. I Herring. Fla. Pass. Agt. L. & N. R.
scraped an acquaintance an.!. chattia R118 "XV. Bay SU Jacksonville Fla. and exposure to the weather. I alw recommend your.
in unrestrained stagecoach fashiou. afti i I Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds.

C. B. SMITH, Proprietor, Jacksonville, Florida.? er a time drew forth an intelligence;: a LOW ROUND TRIP These used together defy all pain.

fund of information that surprisedhim. II GET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes 2Sc. 5&. $1.00

Bus from Depot and Steam Ships, lIe was not to speak at D. till Pleura.Palatable.Potent, .Tote Good Do Good EXCURSION RATESVia
tier..kea, Weaken ._
? Gripe Ilk
> .Me.Never
the next night, and when the young .old In bulk. Th.KVBKIH tablet *tamp.d C C Q.
___ ______ n____ __ ___ _____ ,---- --- lads got off at M he .concluded' to I Qur.ntead to ear or roar Inane/back. the Atlantic Coast Line Bollard Snow Liniment Co.
Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 598
alight at the same to\vn. She told him $18.25. Monteagle, Tenn. June 29, 30.

that she had an engagement for the I ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXESPhonographs July 3, 5. 28, 29, 31and August 16, 17, 500-502 North Second Street

FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES first part of the evening, but would be i limited to August 31. Extension on

happy to have-hirn call at her aunt's, payment difference between fare ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.(

where he would stop after 9 o'clock.As I paid and summer tourist rate can be

Western }Reef Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef, Motion, Af- he walked; to the hotel he paw: notices had until October 31.

posted of a meeting to take place ;$36.65, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.
motir's Star Ham, Aimotir's Pork Sausage, Cabbage that evening for the discussion! of the Low rates. Tickets on sale August Sold and Recommended by

Turnips Beets Sweet school question and Miss Day would t 10. 11 and 12. with final limit August
Rutabagas t f
speak. 31, Extension to September 30 maybe The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore

Potatoes Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions. Being carious to see and hear his opponent I' 'obtained.

Adams after supper strolled H2SO, Washington, D. C. ScId daily

W. P. EDWARDS.PHONE around to the schoolhouse where the to September 30. All tickets limitedto

meeting was to take: place and. not I&i3on. October 31.

108 CITY MARKET wishing to be known, he drew up his: $62.10, Mexico City, Mexico. Rate of ROUND TRIP SUMMER

coat collar kepton his bat, which he one fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on ,
--- --- ---- sale August 14 to 31, inclusive. Final
pulled down over his eyes' and toak; aback
limit ninety days front date of sale. AND CONVENTION RATESRound
.. seat. An old farmer opened the -
Q Eliii&We'3"' Stop-overs allowed west of MissIs-
meeting with a short address then introduced sippi river. 1

THE LAND OF THE AZTECTO the speaker: of the evening:
$35.15, Milwaukee, Wis. Rate of
the candidate for school commissiouer. trip summer! excursions from all points east to Pacific Coast and"Northest.
fare plus S%. Tickets sale
MEXICO AND RETURNONE who arose from one of the front seat on August from June 1 to September 1$, with special etop-over privileges
from $10 to $50. Over 10 11 and 12, with final limit leaving
Good returning October 31, 196C.
and took the stand.
FARE PLUS 25 CENTS 100 different records In stock to selct; Milwaukee\ August 22.

August 14th to September 1st., inclusive. Tickets will be good Adams saw the young girl with whom I from A E. Burnett the Jeweler exclusIve $23.75, Richmond, Va. Rate of one fare Summer Rates to Colorado June 1 to SeptemberUse
be bad traveled.For agent for Ocala.ssa plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Sep-
t inety days from date of sale and will allow liberal stopovers.This half an hour he sat quietly hear- tember 2 to 5" inclusive with final the splendid through service: of the Southern Pacifis from New Pr-

ing himself denounced as one who limit to Semptember 13. leans.. Union Pacific from Kansas City or Chicago to all points West. North-
is an exceptionally: low rate and is open to the public.Go .
west and Southwest Including palatial steamship service from San Francisco -
coming; from the effete! east with its $22.60! Roanoke, Va. Rate of one fare _
see the National Museum the Cathedrals Bishop's Palace, old fashioned educational customs, plus 25 i cents. Tickets on sale Au- to Japan China,. Australia etc. '
Through Pullman tourist cars from Washington Atlanta. Montgomery
Chapultepec, Etc.. Etc. thought to introduce them among the gust 12 and 13. with final limit Au-
etc., and from St. Louis and Chicago to CaliforniaWrite _
children of the young; and vigorous; gust 31. Extension of limit to September -
The land of the Manana, where every street and plaza has \ us for literature and information.R. .
west. Thiswas the burden of her argument \ 15 may be had. -
some old legend, and where it is possible to.forget that you were : for this particular evening.The Summer tourist rates to all summer G. W. ELY T. P. A. 124 Peachtree St. Atlanta Gag

ever in a hurry. address was well rounded and resorts. Tickets are on sale daily un-

long; before It was finished Adams til September 30, with final limit to
The route is via Memphis and the Iron Mountain Route return any time before or October
and PC
knew that It had been written

through Little Rock, Historic, San Antonio\ Laredo, Mot",.terey and committed\ to memory. When tile meetS 31. Florida East Coast
For further information Railway.Local
apply to
tog was closed be sat till the speakerhad .
San Luis Poto i. nearest agent or J. G. KIrkland Dir.
passed out In company with an Passenger Agent Tampa.. Fla.
TO HOT SPRINGS AND RETURNONE !t angular woman with a square Jaw .

AND ONE-FIFTH FARE and a glittering eye who looked far TMAr a PACSAGE r SEABOARD AIR LINE Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, 1"'.

more like a candidate than Miss Day.
Tickets will be sold daily from points in the Southeast up to Adams followed his opponent home, THE PERFECTION CANOPYfor SPECIAL RATES SOUTH-BOUND-KCAD DOWN NOJJTH-BOUND-READ UK.Itn.Ti .
wood and iron beds and children's
September 30th. and will have a final limit of October 31st. This and a few minutes after she had entered cribs $18.25, Monteaqle, Tenn. and return.

he rang and was admitted. The supplied with either bobnet! of Tickets on sale July 28, 29, 30, 31, ...t9 a.__129 I 8TATJO&. ...Ta _..II
is the best limit we have ever had on Hot Springs Tickets at this netting. Dull) OaHy aaayC
angular woman had gone on to anoihei August 16 and 17. with final limit
low rateKOMESEEKER'S EXCURSIONSTO house, and he found Miss Day alone For Sale by Mclver and MacKay. August 31. onpra 9 Tes:: Ly Jec\-9)I1Tme Ar f 25p111 1 NaIr
6 Oepm 9 26am "... "' thJ.k..nv L'e_r+ 71Ipo 147s .
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--- $!8.25,
---- Monteagle Tenn and
told her that he had been to the return
ARKANSAS, TEXAS, OKLAHOMA, LOUISIANA, INDIAN t )rpm 10 4x55, + St.Angnatise_ ___- 6 IIiI'm. f 6&DI
and bad beard her speak but Tickets on sale July 28. 29. 30. !l. 63pm IB.a a sipm
meeting I : : n :--- --F1 : : ==
TERRITORY AND MEXICO did not mention that she had been ad, and. August 16 and 17; with final Oepm .. = s iIt'-, ==== S5.
RITE limit 33p55 00 m AS..r..r Palatka... r 06aa
30 Days' Limit Will be Allowed These Tickets, Which Will be dre ssiiig. among others her opponent w August 31. ;43pm :i IOam Lv .:==== P.tatka..=====.Ar : = .:Stem

Sold on lIe found her charming as she hatibeen I$22.60, Roanoke, Va., and return. Tickets i. '''' _..._'Ir.;:: -==.---=.eta .te :-=-===: Lv._.__ a a4..
on sale August 12 and 13. with S lSam LT...__.__,..Qaslliateo! ----Ar .25pm -
JULY 17 AUG. 1 and 21, SEPT. 4 and 18, OCT. 2 and 16. in the coach and not at all like I
final limit August 3L Extension to \\I ip" 12 E2pm La Imnnells____.LV 4 30pm .!aC
the woman who could speak harshly of I September 15 available. Upm 12-tOp. _.__ uf' LIBERAL S TOP-OVERS ..
one even the man who was! trying \ Upm ___ OroIuo1 66p111 fOta55IO
I. E. REHLANDER Trav. Pass. Agt. any 1$35.15, Milwaukee Wis, and return. O2pm 2pm -__' ,,.,.... M l46pm 4 46.55101spm
to get the office she coveted. He on sale August 10, 11 and 12 l 5 pm Port Oranse_ aspen
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31 W. ith St. Chattanooga. Tenn. told her that "this man Adams. was tc I with final limit August 22. SO 35pm 2 Gipm Arm .-._lea S.eyrna_..__..::.= : ISpm : 17a55m

.,.,..- D. few miles farther And tell about ailments and leantHaggard's $65.10, Mexico 11 Main 44ipm _.- .. 4i31mit
""'"'" speak at a on us your City, Mex., and return. ?ham 4 tpm .rL---f OraoeeOty-=;:: 13=: a 69psa

the next night and she resolved to pc about Tickets on sale August 14 to 31. inclusive 11 Slain 6 00>m .j...-.- Oange CItT Jssetioa_ -..-.._. I' 12 4ap55 I ID

and hear him. with final limit 90 days from 10 45pm 1 iCpm t.. _.acSmyrna.. 0355 aS.55
Tablets date of sale. 11 iOpm 2 4u5m .=-=_.. Dag i ILIL ==--=1: :flops ,: 18em'
The nest evening before the speaker Specific I1IJ"1II 1161'm Ar... _._..__" ._TttuuylUo __. t opm i OOaaIt

entered one of the campaign! committee and Suppositoriesthe For further information and Pull- lOam ago m At;". ________Eurord.___ 663Jpm ..
Southern RailwayN. announced that to avoid iatenrp- man reservations call city ticket office 11 rAm Lvr____ aDforl_ -1'U I 11 lOeaI
telephone 129.DIXIE. E.lpm I "I'm Li iii. _. .... _A i!! 2 "ria" Oem
be allowed to
thins no one would en old reliable cure for Indigestion. Nerou 12 31as 6tps : Coeoe_ Lt A I Si pre 2 Vss
lr or depart until the candidate hac Debility. Constipatinn.1GJney and 12 Stem : Sipes __ r.ire .:.=.: ::.: 120ps 219x51Oiam
22pm __ LnGalte. ____. M 12.7" 147s55t
B.-The following schedule figures are published only as Informationand finis-bed his addre<:'5. Only a few persons Bladder Troubles Lost Vitality and all FLYER ROUTE 13x55 :supra : -- -Mettnarne : g 2755 rit ==
availed themselves' of this noticeto 1 M5m IOp55 5ebaatian-..:= Slam
are not guaranteed. kindred dkeaiei. Piles etc. Druggists tell The Nashville, Chattanooga and Saint 48&mAlp"<< -" ._ t.I.oaei.. _' JO w..... 12 CIOIt't
---- pet ort before the speaker eiiterec deem at 50: Los or tl.ey.a t.e-.t I 0C&II1 6 I:'".. -_ --1"o J..rce._.__..,_ 10 bias: It I6p1a
and took the stand. He kept bis eyes per Louis RailwayThe 9'xm W.btILf __.. I, nun 5)555
I prepaid upon receipt of price. Address Item ==- Ld.a_-= lq 5)555 1-5p5
fixed on two ladies occupying a bar' N. C. & St. I 4am 6< r __.___ s 10'-.. 11
L.V Jacksonville ... .....So. Rs1.Up: L. Ry. announces the 4opm Jet.en OJII&
!; Co. AtlinU Ga. ..
.34 No.30 Lv Jesup. .. .... .. ..So. Ry; 10.30p seat and his whole address was i I SpcciTc following reduced rates for the round 1 lam 6 fi7pm 5W4rt--- ____. 10 oo.a J'19pIII

Lv: Jacksonville.. ..So Ry 9.07.55p| Ar Macon. ... .... ......So. Ry 2.50a modest!!' statement of his own deficiencies ...-... ""' "TI trip from Jacksonville: during June 4. : . Ryll.30ajlO.40pLv
Lv Jesup. .So. Ar Atlanta. ... ...... So. Ry 5.20a for school commissioner &n July and August. These Lam Upm Palm tseh. .__.
Savannah . .So. Ry 1.20p12.15a| Ar Rome. .... ". .So. Ry, 7.30a : special and In rates are S 4 aln : 4pm :====_rr.yntoa_ _-::_-:: : == ::r r.6am =
Ar Columbia .. .So. Ry 6.55p{ C.OOa Ar Dalton.. ... ... ..So. Ryj 8.23a an encomium upon -the merits of hi; addition to the regular a .6 fo9pm __JJ.fraT_ .. a u..a S birpw
Ar Cirarlotte..So. RyilO.OSpj 9.55a Ar Ry 9.45a opponent summer tourist rates In effect from 6 4I'am 14"JofD .-. Fort Lauiderdsle-- 7 aim .7 Spa
Ar Greensboro .So. Rjil2.5Sar12.alp Chattanooga..Q :May 13 to October 31. inclusive, to 6 5-x55\ f 47P'5 ---11&111. "- 7 i9am7 IOpa
& C 5.20a audience this RemingtonSholes -
Ar the at
Ar Danville. . So. Ryj, Z.Oaal :2.10p; Ar Cincinnati. _. .. ..Q. & C 7.40a address Surprised, the as other was voters when- they I summer resorts throughout the North. 7 7 theta Pam .:tep)rpra a I : ,--- -- lerina 11tlaadsle.--017._ _'-_".. :: t 1== 7195x9 714psS
Ar Richmond. .So. Ryj 6.5Sa!! L4p I South and West.Monteagle beam 10 20pa Ar 'flaml fv 6 s am /bpa
4.lia 4.20p Lv Cincinnati i .. .C. H. & D| &45p read a report of it, all were till mor Tenn. is the most attractIve 8 l"'ul" _I! ul-__JUamL--- '_'__ t U I eOtjLv .
Ar Ar Charlottes Lynchburg..So.>ille. .So. Ryj Ryj *,02a .10p Ar Chicago .. ... .Big Fours] 7.10a astonished' to learn that Miss: Day bat t10ET TTPCWIUTUCQUmtUT tOMR.tTt I and popular summer resort in 10 a..m i' M. Uo.u Lead__ __.__ U Slpza

Ar Washington .. .So Ry] 9.45a 9.50p I Cincinnati.. ... .. Pa. Lines I 8.35p I withdrawn from the race. and. hat-in- HADE the South and should receive consideration -
Ar Baltimore. .P. R. RI11.3 l:, 11..ap Ar_Chicago ... .. Pa. Lines!I) 7.10a quarreled with her campaign: from Pariorr.rj 0"train13 sad 73. Buffet Sleeping Can oa tr !a.99 eM MIlieU .
I manager. Ten everyone contemplatinga .
years !
I. ago was a g O O d typewriter ) except mix *?
kr W Philadelphia P. R. Rj l-45pj 2.35a I Cincinnati.. .. C H. & D. S.45p |lit had come out that the manager bad trip to the mountains. Malaria and
Ar.New_York. .. P. R. R| 4.1Sp| .30a I Ar Chicago. .. .. .U.' .Monon] 7.2Sa Five years ago was a better typewriter mosquitoes unknown e.23 I i .. i IS2/
are entirely and
i written Miss Day's speeches, who bad Today is the best typewriter sal 5.211..51.1751.15 3M.
THRO'""THE LAND OF THE SKY" Lv CmcmnaU ... .. C. H. & D(' 9.45p i j committed them to memory.Adams 1s41Ntrcaa IgrT.S its location on the tip top of the Cum- cadD viii i IUYPCIT ElUCH.T OE41 ash s
No.30 Ar Toledo.Big &2Oa th berland mountains assures one of cool 5Oy D5ay DalI, DSIy oaay 9aay fax
... .. ... Four 7.25a having no opposition, was 39x. 3s,
Lv Jacksonville ....So. Ry 7.5Sp Ar Detroit Big ] eaGr nights and pleasant days. aWy
Lv Savannah..So. Ry H.Ha Cincinn.iti. .... Dig Four* 9.30p unanimously elected. He married Miss '
Lv rfbMkatan vipt ....... .
9 643 S I 2Otp 1OI5 Lr. Jackvnnvnie. .Ar f
To 70Aa 64o5 6 CSep
Ar Columbia. .... .So. Ry 6.OOalAr| Cle\'eland.. .. ... .Big Four! 6.4 5a Day. who for a long while refused one I'j' Monteagle. Tenn. and Return, 9b< 6b-'p'6iap Iapl00e ".....SCtJsckumriileLr ebi,32al2br f.5 917p

Ar Ashevnie..So.; Ry: LSOp LV Lexington... .... .So. Ryl 5.30p who she said "bad locked her in and I Tnniaa ,, $16. 5 t0 721p1S5ep 240plOTa'" Bab'olteeh ills Stich Sw s46.
Ar Hot N. C....So. Ry %. < Inen 103; 725'pjatOp24cp104sa ......AUsotieJ'aeh. .Si2e.9
Springs CPa 75i.121
pAr .. -
.So. Tickets
Ryi 3-lOp sale
Ar Knoxville .. .. .SO. Ry Louisill then poured coals of fire on her bead. j jLEXA 1 real ssla avi.kslaisr on June 29, 30. July 3, w 4-1: Slop 3 00p 11 ea" AMsypert. Lv! d Urn 74Q noon) >dOpl.9*>
: .. .... 7.3"a
Ar Louis\Ule So. Ry 8.Sea JAr St. LouIs. : fly; M. BnOOI S. ,, t e 5. 19. 20. 21. !S. 29. 20. 31. and August
Ar St. Louis : :: .:':::So. Ry 6.1pAr: Anniston.. So. R>-;'10.02a:! 16 and 17 limited to August 31. Final FLMXSUUR AND) OCC13EXTAI STE4KSeiP COMiECTUHS! AT -1Id1 br

Ar Cincinnati. : .. .Q. & C Lila Ar Birmingham .. So. Ry I.Olp LUCKIEST N-I-N- ARKANSAS limit extended to October 31 by depositing -
... .. .
Ar Memphis FTiscoj 8.05p .
I Ar Kansas City... ...Frisco 9.-IOa Tm the luckiest man in Arkansas! ticket with agent and paying difference CUM ssectios Made at Miami with! SU.auJi .f( ke P. 4: 0. S. S. C.ta'U7 fr
Excellent Dining Car Service on All I. of since between rate at which ticket
Through Trams Memphis' . ... .. .. .... .1 8.30a j writes IL L Stanley Bruno. was bought and regular summer tou-
I Hint .I 9.20a I the restoration of my wife's health af- LJaIrtestk. rist rate. Havana and Key West -
ter five of continuous coughingand
years .,... .
Room bleeding from the lungs, and I s .-c To Nashville, Tenn, and Return, $1&25 Two Each Week. -
No. 34-"New York and Florida Express Dally Pullman Drawing Will tan tat men tt.4. work tit a Ihw r-.a. Sailings ,
Sleeping Car Port Tampa,and Jacksonville to New York. owe my good fortune to the worl.1"t'gTt'&tef't a.y MW mats.Is aeisaiss.I.SpsratiSn.sislsI.St .. days from date of sale. Extension to

No. -Washington and Florida Limited" Daily Pullman- Drawing medicine Dr.King's New Discovery grsbneheti.MItt is 1st u..... .bard-.- September 30, 1906. by depositing ticket Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side No Transfers._ _"
Room Sleeping. Car. Jacksonville to New York. Dining Car. for Consumption which I with special agent and paying fee
No. 30--Daily Pullman Drawing Room Buffet! Sleeping Car between Jacksonville know from experience will cure con- Sent anrvnere' la the Culled State on of 50 cents.Questions. Tbew TIme Table!bow the tlraei at whirs trmn>fay 6e experted: t* irrlT...sad 4Spar -
Hendt>rsom.-iII. !'. Asheville' Hot Springs. Knoxville and CinclnnatL ten day teal to prove It* eupcnortty. boa the several .t Uoni.bat their srrirti if taken in time. ily wtfi "BesnUs Count a bandsome book of cheerfully r"n :r' th.c.tret<
No 13-Florida Limited--Daily solid ve: tibiJed: train. Through day -umntion Valuable typewriter information and answered.For run U tniic&mpmy to be held retponaMe c get*! say wasegsaaeeSarlog V
Room Slet Cars Jacksonville to Atlanta.I improvEd with the first battle and name of further Information routes .
coaches and Pullman Drawing yang nearest representiUve. tree Other lafonsattoa
For Copy; of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or
Chattanooga and Cincinnati. Also Pullman Sleeping Car Jesup to Colorado I I I twelve\ bottles completed the ':ure ago request rates and attractive: summer resort

Springs Col, via Birmingham, Memphis Kansas City.J. I Cures the worst coughs and colds or O REMINCTONSHOLESMajestic folders etc. call on or address. Cole 'SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

C. LUSK. District Passenger Agent 108 W. Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. money:,. refunded. At Tydings & ('(I's. Building Chicago Danley Florida Passenger Agent 212 '

H. Hardwick, P T. M.; W. H. Taylor, CL P. A.; Brooks Morgan A. G. P. A. Fifty cents and IL Trial bottles free. 3 and Jacksonville\ Fla. > West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. I. D. RAHNER. Asst.. aen'l. Paw. Aft, ST UOUSTINB,

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may be the fact as to manyof

&. CO. The boy who basbeen earrylngthe t the so-called patent medicine ecataiains PESULT OF SATURDAY'S GAMES
C. L. 3ITTINGER Injurious ujfT'-lIc&ts a? broadlvpubl S

and R. R. Carroll out papers warning in the Saturday second ward evening quit witb-\\ less Influence Lct! in,some this publicity journals has of: certainly mora! or AmericanSt. I- r :: :: t t t .....- -.-
C. l L. Bittinger
new carrier has bad no op been of great beneiit in arousing corded I IELT
Louis 0 WashIngton 2. 4 C
Proprietors and Publishers. become subscriber! acquainted who sees with this the and route., knows Any of'I considerable attention to this measure.: subject reatlted It. has in, in the a Chicago, ,1; ;Boston 0. .See tfflEIzIE1j: :t8t:1 fj t I ese.

BITTINGER another subscriber missing: his paper most intelligent people avoiding such i Detroit, 1; Xew York. 2. How: f ;} U Close
C. L. i
foods and medicines as may be foil; IT suspected I> J 1 '" L-
EdItor and General Manager will do the office & favor to notify It I'' of containing the injurious Ingredients -: National Close ii t .- '"Nl'Jr- Meshes......

at once. complained of. RecOgnizing this :.
Dr.Pierce of Buffalo Brooklyn 4 Cincinnati. 0 (first + t l I h ,
fact some time ago ; Wffl! -
R. R. CARROLL A MUSICAL OCCASION N. Y., took time by the foreJock.u it game.) Th--- I i -',--_ ,J.p' .

CHy* Editor and Business Manager. were, and published broadcast all the Brooklyn. 1; Cincinnati. 2 (second .iI T allLtttle .
ingredients of which his popular medicine Meshes (
Everybody invited to attend a re- game.) I -
: are composed. Thus he has completely : .
'hearsal of studies by Mrs. Handler's forestalled all harping critics and PhIladelphia. 7; St. Louis, 1. A O&1 I : :<;::..; :'
The Baptist church was crowded last pupils at Tonge's 'Hall on Tuesday, all opposition that might otherwise be New York. 7; Chicago. 4. tire. Pigs.
nlefat, the occasion being a sermon August 7. at 4 p. m. i urged against his medicines.because they Boston 1; Plttsburg 6. "
preached by Rev. C. C. Carroll to the are now or KSOWX COMPOSITION. Fur HEAVY WIRES CLOSE MESH. PIG TIGHT. $
Oeate Rifle preparatory to their leaving thermore from the formula printed on T i.-
for TaiafttHis text John T. Moore. who for the past four t every bottle wrapper It will be seen that Southern .
this morning and bottom bars No. 10 wire Intermediate bars No. 11.galvaii1zewire
taken from 2nd Timothy 2:3: years has been In the bottling depart- :, these medicines contain no alcohol or Montgomery, 2; Atlanta 3. (First Top galvanized ; ,

was Thou therefore endure hardness asa ment of Mr. Strauss wholesale liquor,'I' other habit-forming druy. Neither do game.) 1 Stays No. 12 wire 12 inches
they contain any narcotics or injurious ; galranized apart. .
rood soldier of Jeaua Cbrtet." From 'business has transferred hiS services I: agents, their ingredients being purely Montgomery 0: Atlanta. 3.. (Second .

theae words he preached. a masterly 'to the Carmichael & Son Co. where he vegetable, extracted from the roots of game.)

discourse on leaders the greatest of will be pleased to see his old friends.Mr. i medicinal plants found growing In the Nashville, 4; Birmingham. ". LARGE STOCK QUICK SHIPMENTS.
whom U Jehavah. and to follow him to depths of our American forests and ofwell Memphis. 7: Little- Rock. 3. (First -

the end wa the only real glory and .1. R. Moorhead spent Sundayon recognized curative virtues. game.) ;
happineM of mankind not disregardIng. the lake and report a most delightful i portions Instead long of alcohol cont ar.fd which as: even In pbsfrslt in small Memphis 6; Little Rock. 2. (Second The Largest Stock of Light and Heavy '*

; however our obligations to society (sail around its shining waters last I cases; of diseases, becomes highly objectionable game.) .1
for in theee two la found a great night with his family. Mrs., Sid Perry I from its tendency to produce a New Irieans-Shrtveport; rain. -

reward, for no man can be a true soldier -,, and children. Miss L. EL Reid of Board- cravinj for stimulants Dr. Pierce employs HARDWARE, SASH, DOORS AND
of Christ unless he is in citizenship man and Miss Lula Walkup of Mclnto I chemically: pure triple-refined South Aalantic -
and love of country what he h. The trip was greatly enjoyed. glycerine which of itself 1 is a valuable -
Macon 4 Jacksonville, 0.
I remedy In cases of chronic diseases ; BLINDS FARM MILL ANDMINERS'
.....4 be. Mrs. Will Coin and Cap- I being a superior demulcent, antiseptic.ntlft'rment Charleston. 0; Columbia. 3. ,

ala Mart aang solos. The sermon wasgreatly Ed W. Davis went down to the lake and supporting nutritive. Savannah. 15; Augusta. 2. -
enjoyed. I It enhances the curative action of the : -
this afternoon to join his family. SUPPLIES PAINTS
Golden S-"al root. Stone root. Black RESULT OF YESTERDAY'S'GAMES ,
Cherry bark and Bloodroot contained In -

wait The of Ocala.over two Rifles hours alter got off a to tedious Tam- I Merchant Rusco of Weirsdale was in I "Golden.throat Medical and lung Discovery.affections in all attended bronchial AmericanSt. OILS ETC. ETC. '

pa. The A. C. L. train which took the town today. with severe eonghs.! As will bp seen from ,
Louis. 2 New York. 1.
Rifle also had the military companies the writings! of the eminent Drs. Grover ; *>t
and of New York Bartholow.of Jefferson Chicago 10; Philadelphia 2. ; Carried In Central Florida.
from Live Oak Lake City i, L J. Fort of Oklawaha was in town Coe Medical College; Phila.; Scudder, of -__> rar ,
The train picked up
Oainemrille. same The cause of today. Cincinnati!; Ellmgwood.* of Chicago'Bale I Southern This is the Implement tor Your Spring Crop
the Leenburg company. of Chicago; and others, who stand
the delay was owing to a misunderstanding Ford, as leaders in tLelr several schools of New Orleans. 5; Shreveport, 5. We are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Fence Also.
at Live Oak. Our boys look- Rector Harrison. Mr. George practice the foregoing agents are the Memphis 4; Little Rock. 2. '"
ed Intensely "military" with their outfit Miss Emily Ford and Miss Meta Jew- veil test ingredients that Dr. Piercecould
khaki uniforms. Lieutenant ett went down to Wood mar this after- have chosen to make up his famous
Bell and dM not go down today owing to noon to be the guest sof Mr. and Mrs. Discovery for te cure of affections not What a New Jersey Editor Says 7V\HRION HARDWHRE CO.
larrold. only bronchial throat and lung I M. T. Lynch editor of the Phillips-
before him, but will go
lacal business but also of chronic catarrh in all] _.,' 4
Wednesday. We trust the boys will Its various forms wherever located. burg, N. J., Daily Post writes: "I have, .

have a pleasant and profitable time in Mr. Tom Sexton is back from Alachua used many kinds of medicines for HARRY B. CLARKSON, General Manager, '
coughs and colds in family but
camp. county, where he has been prospect .
CAMP SITE CHANGEDThe never anything so good as Foley's
Ing phosphate properties. =
0C7 tLFL .
Honey and Tar. I cannot say too I
Hon. W. K. Zewadskl has been heard
Florida Troops Will be Located much in praise of It." Sold by all !
ffruan He .Is hankering after his favor-
Captain Lytle the veteran game cock dealers.
it. local paper and is calling lustily fort and I High and Dry on Arlington
of Lake Weir was in town today,
Star in his new home in Spring- HeightsTampa
looked as young as he did ten years
JMd L. He said the family was pleas- A SAD BEREAVEMENTAfter
ago. Notwithstanding the strenuous efforts -
antly located and later on would tell
us all about his new home.A. which have been made to drain a short sickness Caroline, the MVER AND MacIA
Mrs. T. D. Bryan and -children went the proposed site for the encampment., two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
up to Grove Park this afternoon.J. it Wall decided yesterday morning that
G. Gates. the Star wagon works the frequent rains would keep the C. H. Huber, died yesterday morning
man. who went to Denver, and also in such condition that the from an acute attack of pneumonia.The
grounds a
aw the great and expanding West is A. King of Cltra. superintendentof health of the men would suffer should little one had been sick but a few

now at Carolina U. I., with his family. the Southern Pine Company, was in be forcedto th re. and days and the end came entirely unex--
the city today. they camp pected. The funeral services will beheld
therefore the camp will be situated at t I at the family resident on Ross Build Complete and Ready to Occupy Cot
Florida avenue.
Sunday afternoon the Woodmen Arlington Heights on avenue this morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. ,
Ben Rheinauer is in New York. mak-
River Dunnellon. Workmen were busy all day yester- .
camp of Crystal Porter of the St James
Mattel and Ocala will repair to Fellowship ing purchases for the firm of C. Rhein day putting In the necessary water chir-ch officiating. Interment will be and Residences and Furnish Them
E.Armstrong's auer & Co. and the land
church and unveil Dr. Walter pipes clearing preparatory made \VoodIawn cemetery.-Tampa tages ,
monument which has to the erection of the tented city.
Globe, Aug. 6.
keen erected by the Woodmen of Mr. O. L. Burdick has gone to Joplin, -Tampa Globe of this morning.CASTORIA. .
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cellar Garret with
many From to
which lodge the deceased was a member. Mo., to visit his old home and. friends. Every-
The editor of the Star has been Huber in this city will read with deep

invited to make an address on that oceuIoIL regret of the death of their little girL
The was well represented in
the city county today thing Needed, be it an Humble

For Infants and Children. TAMPA GETS GOOD CITIZEN .,

Abe Brown. who has been visitinghis Messrs. Barney Spencer and younger Palatial Home.
wife in Chattanooga has gone to brother attended the barbecue at I The Kind Yea Have Always Bought G. A. Petteway, Vice President Peninsular Cottage or

Hat Springs for a week. to visit with Oxford Saturday.TO Naval Stores Company

D. A. Clark and Walter Ray, who are Bears the /, ,
taking the ahade of the Eastern Hotel. Tampa is to gain another good citizen Wells Sunk
HELVENSTON-PASTEUR CO. S1gnatureor 4 -this time a particularly good one.I Build and Equip Deep

Mra. Ben Borden and baby and Mrs. Ocala, Fla. Mr. G. A. Petteway of Ocala will
A. P. Gilmore and children have returned come to Tampa with his family Sep- Stores, Churches, School Houses, Court Any size or to any depth desired. -

from Oxford where they attended Dear Sirs--Now. may be, you can't NOTICEThe tember 1, and will locate here perma-

the picnic and barbecue Satur- get the goods, if you can. your for- registration books \viU be open nently. Mr. Petteway is vice presidentof Houses, etc. Painting, Paper Hanging,
tune is made. the Peninsular Naval Stores Company -
day. Cotton cloth-they call It muslin in in Ocala on Thursday. Friday and Saturday and' one of the leading naval Construct and Equip
of each week from the 9th day Interior decorating, roofing, etc. A com
at about the usual price
some parts-- stores men of the state as well as one
that Ocala did not until the second Saturdayin
We said of August
per yard but wider, twice as wide as of the most genial gentlemen. He will and skilled of of workmen always
need a press censor, but since a recent October at the abstract office of :Mr. Phosphate Plants of any size, a cornpetent corps
some and better, wears better, keeps add much strength to the personnel of

ttnfortunate temporary sheet publication we have in been a local told con-bya white and whole a surprising time In Clyatt. Supervisor J. Donald of Registration.TEN Ferguson Tampa's business men.-Tampa Tribune plete. tock of repair parts for same always ready to take charge of work.

all sorts of wear. Aug. 5.
great many people that we must reverse You can sell that cloth for hundredsof carried in stock. Builder's Material
our opinion.-Qcala. miles: there'd be no limit. YEARS IN BED WARNING '

We nominate the editor of our esteemed A yard further; one buys less Build .
goes "For ten years I was confined to my Bridges
contemporary to fill the officeof yards. Wears longer; one buys less> bed with disease of the kidneys." If you have kidney and bladder trou- We carry at all times an immense stock of

censor for Ocala There is no one out.often.No It one always customer looks buys right so till much worn oft writes* R. A. Gray, J. P. of Oakvllle. Cure ble and, you do have not only use yourself Foley's to Kidney blame And in fact, do any and all kinds of conBuilder's Material, Lime, Brick, Plaster,
4 Ind. It was so severe that I could not
so well qualified-In his own mind-to think of the number of custo- for results as It positively, cures all Oils 'Roofing
I Lath Paints
decide what other people should read move part of the time. I consulted the forms of kidney and bladder diseases. struction work. Repairs and changes on Shingles ,
sad DouMtesa what he they would should censor not the read.Star May be you'can't* get it in cloth: but I very could best get no medical relief skill until available Foley's ,Kid-but Sold by all dealers. all kinds of buildings. Cement, Sewer Pipe, etc. .

you can in paint: Devoe. Devoe Is as
with great industry and cheerfulness. ney Cure was recommended to me. It
if it were wider; a gallon goes further; I "
has been a Godsend to me. by
:you buy less gallons; you pay for less I all dealers. Send us your orders. We' carry by tar, the largest, best and most varied stock in Cen
Hon. A. P. Raskin came down from !
gallons; you pay for painting less gal Terrible Marine Disaster in the Mediterranean
Anthony this noon to meet Mrs. B.. Ions-as if one paid less for making a! tral Florida, and our business methods will please you.
and together go to Dunnellon. but the garment of that wide cloth-and it i MRS. LAWSON DEAD Sea I .

S. A. L. train was late and they deferred keeps its fresh look and sheds water The Italian steamship Sirio, from I

their ttrlp until tomorrow.A till you have forgotten how old it Is. Mrs. Thomas rt*. Lawson. wife of the Genoa. bound for Buenos Ayres, went McIVER & NracKA

It isn't true in cloth. but Is it in famous Tom Lawson died at her sum- down off Cape Palos, on the Spanish

pleasant party composed of Mr. paint: the less you pay the better it mer home near Scitnate. Mass., Sun- coast, Sunday evening. She had 800 ,

W. H. Clark. Mrs. Howard Clark. Mrs.J. Is; for the goodness of paint is reck- da :re\"enlng. ... emigrants on board. 300 of whom were !

C. B. Koonce. Miss Carrie Gardner, oned by gallons; less gallons. more drowned.

Miss Jessie Palmer Miss Pauline Sul- goodness. Goodness in paint is Cures Baclcacha
titan and Mr. O. B. Howse enjoyed strength. The stronger a paint the R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK.

themselves greatly at Silver Springs less gallons it takes for a Job and the UNNECESSARY EXPENSE Corrects

Saturday with a fish fry. Mr. Charles longer it wears. Yours truly FULLER & BIALOCK I 'DNIt'V CURL Irregularities
Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoc&come
StUwell and his sister. Miss Stilwell. F. W. Devoe & Co., rOLI'V7\J
Joined the party at the Springs and 3. New York. DENTAL SURGEONSOffice on without warning and prompt Do not risk haviof

participated in the pleasures of the T. W. Smith & Co. sell our paint I: relief necessity must of be Incurring obtained.the There expense is no of case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Bri ht's Disease

day. Over Munroe & Cbambliss Bank a physician's service in such cases: of medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes
THE ELKS CAFE Colic. Cholera :!
Chamberlain's an.
No. this paper is not grouchy In the I Is'-now serv'ng regular meals at 50 Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand. A dose SOLD BY ALL DEALERS

least against the governor nor the cents, also board at $G per week. and of this remedy will relieve the patient

prison Inspector but we should! like to will continue serving orders a la carte Terms Cash. before a doctor could arrive. It has
see them protect the unfortunate and according to bill of fare.G. never been known to fail, even in the tVhe Cod Become Bllrtd.

the good name of the state.-Ocala R. TROXLER Proprietor. most: severe and dangerous cases and Several large cod are kept In one of

Banner. no family should be without it. For the tanks of the Amsterdam aquarium,

Has the Banner lodged any information HORSES AND MULES MALLORY LIDDON'SIce sale'by all druggists. necessarily; near the surface and therefore

and evidence with the governor, exposed to a strong light from Restaurant:

to cause him to take steps to protectthe You will always find at J. R. Martin BUSINESS LOT FOR SALE above. Now the cod, though not a
& Co's. exchange stables in Ocala Cream Parlor. deep sea. fish, is not a surface swimmer -
unfortunates? Does it know of any- and at Hugh Nichols' Wildwood station For sale, cheap for cash a splendid and lives at depths where the snn- ..
one else doing so? Or does it expect as good muies and horses as can I business; lot SOul feet, best portion ,
be found in Florida. For quality the of.the city. Apply at this office. light must be very moth'modified by ;
him to usurp the powers of a Turkish reasonable. No trouble to through the water. It lives In
prices are To passage
pasha and act from hearsay? What anin.alYhen in need call on Cold Drinks, Cigars and Every Meals ,
show what to us would be semidarkness. First Class s
law is there on the statute books that Hugh Nichols, proprietor Ocala or bacco. All Seasonable FRIGHTFULLY BURNED one of these cod exposed to the : (

authorizes the governor to investigate I I Wildwood. Fla. Chas. W. Moore a machinist, of
from an extraordinary -
Is suffering
private institutions before eood evidence Fruit I Ford City, Pa., had his hand .- strong light of the eye. CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES
is presented to him that they THE PENINSULAR burned in an electrical fUJ nace. He hypertrophy
are being conducted in such a manner I INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE CO. Courteous attention, low prices applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve with The whole organ baa become overgrown

a* to be a grave menace to the public OF JACKboXVILLK. FLA., Ii and reliable goods. Give me a !I the usual result: **A quick and perfect as If in the effort to adjust Itself Dining Room open until midnight. Personal
safety? to the use of more light ray
the most liberal sick, accidentand I cure Greatest healer on earth to
If the governor should make arbitrary Pays death benefits upon the paymentof i share of your patronage. Ice cream burns wounds. tores eczema and become overequipped and then useless. attention given to special orders, anythingthe

use of the power he has. or usurppower small weekly pretiiums. inquantities a specialty.MALLORY I rile. Price 25 cents at Tydlngs & I The cod, In fact. are blind. The most market offers prepared for the table oa
that does not belong to him, no The Peninsular is one of the strongest I Co's. drugstore. Interesting feature In this change is the

paper in the state would kick any insurance companies in the land, I extraordinary rapidity with which in- short notice. See our Refrigerator display
thousands of policies in
and has
quicker or howl any harder than the many LIDDOH
Banner. force-in Florida. All claims are paid flalireaJ laforiutloa. creased supply of light rays has over- in front of the Store.
"- promptly upon demand.:! Call on or developed the organ for Its use. It has
few months the most shocking -
A ago
write S. P. Brockington Local Agent, :Montezuma Block
i slow degrees from
taken place not by
stories were sent out about the office ever Teapot Grocery Ocila. Fla. Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Vfaa- .
but In a
treatment of laborers on the extension Individual to

of the Florida East Coast 'Rail If the Mexicans who. under the mot- I of time to be measured by months and Special Price to Regular Boarders
way. These stories were published I C. J. PHILLIPS hi every Individual in the tank. If -
to of "Mexico for Mexicans are try-
broadcast over the country but the ing to drive Americans out of their and Builder.Plans J this example is a measure of the rapid-
Contractor .
demand that the THE GARH1GHAEL& SON
Banner did not governor country, are not careful they will cause ity with which such changes take place

protect the railroad laborers.As trouble that will leave them no country among fishes the adaptation of those
for the prison Inspector. every and Specifications FurnishedUpon creatures which have migrated from
well-informed knows that he Place West of Square
person the ,
Request the shallow waters of deep seas,
has no power to protect free laboringmen. .
the total loss enormous ------
CHILDREN IN PAINnever shown by or
or to inspect any but a convict 129 South Third Sleet
and the
of their
camp. The Banner has insinuated cry as do children who are suffering development eyes

several times lately that the prison inspector from hunger. Such Is the cause Ocala, Fla. growth of Illuminating organs to light KNIGHT & LANG

wasn't doing his duty. Doesit 'of aU baby's who cry and are treated the abyss, may nave been as rapid as ,

know of any Instances in which he for sickness when they really are suf- it is marvelous.-London Spectator.
Is caused DISTILLED WATER-Free Deliver]' Successors to S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
has been negligent. If so let,it publish fering from hunger. This !" '
them. with the proof. from their food not being assimilated t : PILES! PILESI PILES!
but devoured by worms. A few doses io : < .

DON'T BE BLUE ''cause of White's them to Cream cease crying Vermifuge and beginto will 1ICFIOCALA t ', Lt: I itching will Dr.cure VVHJlams piles.blind It bleeding.Indian absorbs Pile ulcerated the Ointment tumors and,, A Full Stock of Wagons Carriages, Buggies, Harness. ,

when is with- !
interest help
and lose all
in reach. Herbine will make that U"erperform by thrive the Anti-Monopoly at once. Give it Drugstore.a triaL Sold : : 8 allays poultice the gives itching Immediate at once,relief.acts as Dr.a Saddlery and all the Accompanying Lines.

its duties properly. J. B. Vaughn. !=; Old Lady-Hi. porter! Does the 2:45: Williams Indian Pile Ointment la prepared
Elba. Ala.. writes: "Being a constant I. here for piles and itching of the private HEAVY FARM AND TURPENTINE WAGONS. .
J: box Is guaranteed
sufferer' from constipation anda PI I parts. Every
disordered liver. I have found Her Has recently been discovered. It bearsa I I Much Worried Porter Neauow! She I SoUbT Tjrdings & Co. By mall. 5(: Exclusive Agents for the Famous White Hickory Turpen
oa ag"ia.-Scraps. cents'and tTL Williams Manufacturing
medicine for these close resemblance to the malaria goes
bin to be the best
ICE &. FUEL CO.. Ocala, Fla Company. proprietors Cleveland,. to out of Town Orders.
trouble on the market. I have usedit germ. To free the system frOm disease Ohio. tine Wagon. Prompt Attention

constantly! I believe it to be the germs the most effective remedyis FOR SALE

best nieiiieine of its kind and I wish Dr. King's New Life Pills. Guaran- t A good cow and calf. Cow gives 3 Try the Victor, single cone, steel; KNIGHT &, LANG .
-unVrvis! from these troubles to I teed to cure all diseases due to malaria Ab-]I tempered* springs fully guaranteed to -
of milk day. Apply jto .
gallons per FLO me 4I
: -
'' 2$ centsat -
kno\\ tht good Herblne baa done me. poison and constipation. FIa. last a lifetime at Mclver & MacKajTa'., OCALA -
. S.'I I i by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Tyding & Co'.. drugstore. t L foeS Colds:: ?rt ci: ta PIWUl\lCe- ncr ..


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