The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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v. ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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.
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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
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v Ud lvel BryanoSays if He KnNowsWht the N -e>Ceat a m s o "
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Sas thL guest of the National Dem- and ever had isum a thWng as a my w1
The whole crab, ratic 'lub for 23 minutes Fridy af- he news to almost ev6to ba, excet
t rnoon, when he wa welcomed by 'bit -course some of the older Tesaa.
Two in a severall hundred members. He wa i- W e are also prepared to build anid repair of Texas -- bei WJ
tA reduced by President Pox as "yeor so long & thn Of history 0it 2
S*A SA nex*'t candidate for the presidency." Tel Lin Mt, there r stI en liing who .i
SResponding. Mr. Bryan said whether TelepIone Lines and otcrs, and do Gen- ea the en n of that on f t
he would be the next candidate was the pek of the fagahip of lier Seet.
wore i than anyone would say. A few eTal Repair W ork. * to a b eofadS-
nwonths ago it looked as If he might i now m yn to exhibit one of the-e o1i .
-iL' aMu U lef t1-e a such candidate, but some morning SRaARO 1-0 ships at the treat world's naval re-
pa Pers had assured him that some pet-- and Sale R Oppot tie P6 devous at the Jamesown Bxpositlten
lot&, s n(w attempt to force the honor upon m FB W The Texas navy was created in 1 35
him. He said he must have the ap- | rLURIUA PLUM I&gU when Henry Smith was provisional
To introduXile ad allow olir roval of his conscience in whatever president of the republic-There wenm
Shedid. P 5. / Bdid. W. MacDONALD three armed schooners In the little
customers to try and see how "Every man." he said "mrnst do his flotIla, but they made the Mexieans
delicious they i we wiN for'nthinking. The majority is not al- __ -__ tired of life laaon the gulf coast. They
delicious they av ay right. hut it is presumed to be preyed upon Mexian commerce, ralee d .
SHORT TIME sell' the in government. and the only way for BAHIA HONDA TAKEN THE ELKS CAP coast settlements, and with their cap-
a maii who, finds himself in the mi- turned booty and &pllei did m to "
r.a rity is to fieht for his iaa until he 'Cuban Rebels Capture a Seaport Town a er &eat maintain the Texas military estab-
v ins the majority to his ause. I have rdweeklihment aside from supporting them-
ri rmn4)iy of the thinking of the Havana. Sept. 3.--Three hundred will continue serving orders a la carte s.
drma tratic party. The dencrats do insurgents under General Campilloa erdng to bill of fre. This navy was gradually strength
not n ed a leader. No one can be-and Camps arquitti, negro congress- I RL TROXLE ropret ended' until i n '1840 it numbered six
25c aema c me a leader until! he is prepared man, have occupied Bahia Honda. on good staunch lihting ships. The
it go with the people. He may be In the north coast of Havana province. SAN FRANISCO'S SLAIN flagship was the AtmUn, carrying their
Better Misply yourwlf for ivan<* of them, but he must not be More than 50 res nt o th twn inalan of Commodore Edwin Warde
Better supply yourself for, o hm, but h mut no have already joined the band. This 0Final Summingo Up of the Killed in t Moore. The others were Zarala. San
ths will not last and th A Sentence to Remember body does not interfere with the prop- Great Disaster of Last April Antonio, the San Jcinto, the an
ooother foreigners.Bernard and the brig Dolpbin. It was
good are the finest."If the democrat want a leader they or San Francisco, Sept, &.-Four bun- the on of ht fleet to l ah e ia
---kit "n' n they can see without looking THE TEXAS WONDER dred and fifty-two persons lit their much trouble tn r Mexico as pt olble,
AT TE TEAPT GCures all kidky, bladder and rheu- lives as the result of the d4a-ter of and when In 184 the province of Yu-
AT T TEA Tdn't car what the politicians ma toubdApril 18. Two hundred and sixty-six tl i w tent into revolt President .I c o
S- think. If I know what the people want or two month's treatment by mall for were killed by falling walls, 177 per- mar of Texas ordered Comlaodore
iti,day. I know what the politicians will $1. Dr. E. W. Hd11. 2926 Olive street. wished by fire, 7 were shot and 2 dledEMoore to help the revolutlonlst aand
Aa F ant tomorrow. The politicians are St. Louis. Mo. Send for testimonials. as a result ot ptomaine poisoning due 1, the Yucatan soldiery had done their
ItOmid anR annt to do what the people .old inrwOdala by the Anti-Monopoly to eating "emergency" canned goods art Mexico would probably have lost
iLdeFURNITUREs1tire.- Drugstore. o f poor quality. Another slice of territory, for the Tex-
A the loeofh ah address. Mr. Bry-ONE WAY OUT aseet cNO CASE ON RECORD ertainly did create some ex-
h WUl" 3 lj U11M1t, Ja Tt1 In left the club and started for New- NO CASE ON RECORD excitement wherever the enemy happen-iY
ark. N.J.
So Ib ": a I IFor a little while they were between There is no case on record of a ed tobe.
I SHE FOUND RELIEF the devil and the 'deep sea- cough or cold resulting In pneumonia After two years of this sort of war-
The Question et ambaming and Fun- If S Hu are troubled with liver com. Then the woman got her some dress- or consumption after Foley's Honey fare the flet ailed up the MlssisIppi Ha i t
orall Direcqtion is a oeUftC Ons plaint and have not received help read s made. and went down to the latter. and Tar has been taken, as It will and laid up for repairs at New Or-
rl O1rIns % DeIateOr. Mary K. Hammond. Moody. But the nan. after some hesitation. stop your cough and break up yo lcans. Here it remained so long a time
11M M ft f lSt Ifo Tr te l thTe-xas. -I was in poor health-with v ent to the former.-Puck. t old quickly. Refuse any but the ed. that Gen. Sam Houston, then prWal-"
livor trubli,,-for htovr a year. Doc- uine Foley's Honey and Tar In a yellow dent of Texas, ordered it to Oalveston.
ie r h"fjroe ya.Dc-- -package. Contains no opiates and s' but Commodore Moor e .
Afmt aft4a to Tt411 'rs nlid ino no goom and I tried Her- Odd Fellows meet Tuesdayenight. kafe an ontsur eo Pd e byre&Itehl a tr ft
Itr tI V Tbine-. aid ir thre bottles cured me. I Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night, safe and sure. Sold by alt dealerS. od that most of his private for- tt
dcte Iri Deds and, u nkltUc. ,can't sayv .'tm im'uch for Herbine, as it tune had been expended in repairing
d a I 's iu i, a woilderful liver medicine. I al- --- --- ------- - -- and maintaining the fleet. Very aeon
lio Isof tiW t i fimfli ways have it in the hnuse Publish after this the Texas Congress decided
where you wish." Sold by the Anti- h it MA not ned any navy a1d th
TEL RAPH ORDERS RECEIVE Mn"l'ly drugstore. BR IDOGES ntr outfit was sold.
PROMPT ATTENTION -JOHN P. LYNCH ARRESTED It Is understood that at least two
OM tNT O N CHARGESTEODispenser of of these historical craft are in good
y PM t.10. llght 4 and 167 ON CHARGE OF PEONAGE repair and may be had for exhibition
S & M TS. F. I nesville.a-, ept. 3.-John P. P e Ice Cr m and Cold Dr purposes at the Jamestown Exposition.
Gainesvill. apo n..umept. 3.-rJon P. kAn antiquated schooner of wSr would
SaUreC ouL'nh. a po nen u mer aI0 Con-e d .fts, Ctin be a strange sight flying the fag of
turner. wa. , here Saturday byy the republic of Texas among the pow-
United States officers, charged with F L f e Op ar o gas. e u hting machines of tea, which
Ai4,,age. H.- was taken to Jackson- F aLine of all Popcad Bm d otf g aeifu. Uhting m hines of today,which--A I
^^ I .^ THE 'ill. aItlthugh released on his own re- D next year as a spectacle of the James-
,-opgnizance. and will be arraigned be- Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under town arsitluon of A IJ e
rr- t- iho united States commissioners
trihere. The 'a;ntiff. an talian. charg- the electric fans. Don't forget the place. A SCIENTIFIC WO NDER
jI c that with four companions, he had lENIF W a
:,o- 1w h:" : -n^ i bngby 4 ALLEN BRIDGET' 10E OREAM PARLOR, J t*sLta nd toe ,t crd
av.tmor manaker. and not permitted A LEET*ICE C REA M bU, make Bucklekm Arnica Salve a selen-
a SW oft' ieav.- ANext to Munroe & Chamblies' Bank. lecturer for the Patrona of Husbandry,
TORTURE BY SAVAGES hamblWaynesboro. Pa., of a distressing case
PINS, DIAMONDS "Spi'eaking o'f the torture to which sores and salt rheum. Only tic. at
A s-me of the savage tribes in the Phil- Tydins & Cos. drugstore.
RINGS, WATCHES, Iippines subject their captives, reminds
CHARMS FOBS, If-r three months from inflammation NN.. .." -,.,
CHAINS, CUT GLASS, ,f the kidntys." says W. M. Sherman, The Condition That Woe ha spire. I- "
of Cushin'g. Me.. "Nothing helped me CdionTaWoe
FINE CHINA. until I tried Electric Bitters, three bot- dustrious Men to Work Makes the I M
ties of which completely cured me." Lazy More idle
LADIES' UMBREI.LAS, Cures liver complaint, dyspepsia, blood
GUARANTEED CLO KS d disorder and maria: and restores P-rf the Next Thi-ty Das We WMl There has been something of a cry
the weak an nervous to robust health, about the scarcity of labor, both "n -
-Anid-- Guaranteed by Tydings & Co., drug- Give SPECIAL BARGAINS l Tampa and throughout the sate, y '-
OUVE I gARis'ts. Price. .!. the Tampa Herald. Evidently the'e r
SO aENIR CARDS. - are two reaons for this. One is that
---- ROOT IN CHILE there is much more work to do than
All Kinds of Repairing .antiago. Chile, Sept. 3.--Secretary TS -V aaborersleSwho might be working ar
"Root on his asrrial at Lota Saturday. more Inclined to Idleness.
u aOCALA nmrnw hinisterks onases and Satchels fe yes ag, whem n .
O A UFLA coming .eremnies Secretary Root o ^-"' ing to work steadily, as it took O Ot *.W
1 landed ad visited Lota Park and at- of it to keep them. Now that theO ,- -.
MIVcla A Mo K d a hoSo if you are going to travel. see our ge fro$.2to$2ad
osrai to await the secretary and his im.ense. line before buying. W have .Hundreds of thirs class ca b CAeFI o
,TTIrITDAT TITI mmi? 'n r ^hanging around the colored saloon f... .- "_- -. ""
FUNERAL DIRECTORS H umme OVerl & C 10 load of A1 n lal st~s, dan es tde that are scattered all oe rl U aUins d Embalmers .. Nt.hau',,. Iatesville. Indians S SS A 4 Ct TVe S t Cis su en the a cy law --
. r MIVER M BROWN ,Trit,.-" *1.ast year I suffered for three Sl7 IU MC WY I Y X should come In. Because a man works f '
0. clVEnths with a sunimmr. cold so dis- a one or two, or even tedas week,
U essinl th!iat it interfered with my Sl should not exempt him from the a- t OB S
a - . lus-inrs.-. I had many of the symp- a d tton of the vaarancv law. The wma .' .- -

Hin CtLS IdN lMH OWII ,,., s ,.'ipti. di il not reach my case. and I turposS at any p cec It iS making it better and more attractive'
Al Work Dom by Licensed Em'- took s a-eral mne.diin.s which seemed w' every year. work six days a week -ad
blsee- .,d Fully u.ranteeil .% .iti, axr-- vate nim case. Fortunate- you sometimes more. I the color ed'ea f .Mn "W y u
.. I inisioi l os o n having leyto show you the stock. -an s
-F-.. nd Tar in the yellow package, and better-than his white nelftbor
Sii i-v nii.A me. My wife has s to be tolerated in lauiness and
T he A r t of ?-in thl- !1.1111t,"'O-'.* S.! d by all deal- If the police will make a. raid on
Boying a Piano d Lan E l f Ind e wid a s I
-0S; ,'rs,-some of the colored dives, they will
my "^ g A-- I lA i Mm &. SMm AY find scores of loafers, who should be
I HIS AGE SAVED HIS NECK made to work. and who a i ns credit
Is Somethhag T t i ,, a. t--m >.ig- F. ., H e te the city or their rae. There is al.-
Norfolk. Va.. Sept. .t -Hiram Hig- FW"It am 1 a1nd OUaS h HUi D together too much vice and disipaton
Ev'rwyvm DomN oins. -4. convicted in Wilkes county. n Tampa, and it to time the officials
H1ave N'-rth C'ar'olina. of the murder of his were takIng cogniztance of this fact
son. .,;w. was senienced to ten years Make the loafers go to work or ar-
There an man. tllings to i,' tle en ienary. The murder was H rest them for vagrantand thl they I
here ar a i tdeliberate and ,occu-red while the vic- G EPS1 7NG S 1HJAOiL fwill have to work for the city. A few bl 1
a k e i n t o consideration- tim was asleo. -The prisoner's years domes of that kind of thing and most of
s ed. him frn hanging. MOODY p D LTY Po them will be willing to wort for wages
sweetness of tone. reliability .- - -M D & m, p w and work steadily at that. ThOUG M LN u FL
of make. lightn -s of action A LIVELY TUSSLE ... -S.N A
of mil\\k. ith that old ennlmy of the race. con- HALH
and the durability and con tiratin.. fn tnds in appendicitis. Located at GREEN SPRINGS, the Geatst Healt A LESSON IN HEALTH
To a -id all cri.u trouble with' Reo ft aMOM Healthy kidneysl filter the impuri-
struction of the case. st..mah. live\ and hovels. take Dr. ll tie from the blood, and unless they do
King's New Life Pills. They perfect- this good health is impossible. Foley's EAST asd walhujto. theee Vy
Whenever you do decide to Iv regulate organs. without pain Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and -ALL EAl, I
or discomfort c. at Tydings & Co, Daily Rates, $1.50 and p. Special Weekly Rates. will positiveTly cure air forms of kid- TOT
buy a piano. wily not hllV iti druggists and ney anl bladder diseases. It strength- I
of a reliable fin. Tlt i j The Hotel contains forty rooms, newly furnished. Large. shady pounds on ens the whole system. Sold by all "WEST I -.
Of a gOOd reliable rinlt. The. TWELVE MEN BURIED ALIVE bay front. This is one of the choice resorts of South Florda dealers. n
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g6 L. L atsNE C And my beart wa free from guile. PESUT OF ATUADAY*S GAMES --
'la thet re was grief nto every tear Yeo eME nt make sweet boter in a
L. LUfllw sd R. R. C..o. And Joy in every smile; feu. uclea nehnrn. The sromath wrves Sout Atlantie-SvanMnh Takes the
And friendship w no half a cheat a churn in which to agitate work uP int d Jacksonvile the
rie e st Puloos. tAnd love could never die; e r Ji, eham iooh-po
But thinking now of what I thank. foul the resutwill be torpid. slagCisi,.an p
C. L. 3TSlINGER, I think I thunk a lie. liver and ad. impure blood. Columbia. 1: Charleston, 1 (8 In- How
te I in edtothinkaboutmyselfThe ingTred tents of Dr. Piere' ( Golden rings; darkness.)
sdftr 1010111 an iii r nUed to think about myself Medical Discovery are just such as bet Jacksonille, 0: Savannah. I (first
And think that I would be serve to correct sad cure all such de- game) .
R. R. CARROLL, A g,.vernor or a president. rangemenkt. It is made up without a Jacksonville. s Savannah, 3, (ec-
for a general lik Lee. drop of alcohol in itompsition chem- onvie. vnn (--
Cy Edtor- see Me e. l genera '. .ica ly pure, trip wetined glycerine betn ond game.) *" .
L J;u I have waited long inr vain. used instead o the c ,mmorly employee Augusta-Macon: rain. M0
U m-bisa M.wm W While years rolled slowly by. alcohol. Now this glycerine Is of itself a
And thinking now of what I thunk valuable medicine. instead of a delteri- American A .
A Seck of Angra goats wis put on I think I thunk a lie. one agent like alcohol. especially in the
reeky hlluide that it was desired to cure o' weak stomach. dy-pepsia and the New York. 5; Washington, 4 (first
hare cleared and got into grai,. It I used to think the- ladies werp various forms of indigestion. Prof. Finley game.
was sech a tangle of brush and twiwma All sweIne-osep c.,nbined: ElliniwoK. M. D.. of Bennett Medical Xe York. 5: Washingto.n. 3 (see- HIAY W mn, UAin
tt it was with difficult one Al That they were all nic.1 s laost and estCollege. Chicago as Of it: ond game.
Wftt w w with dl1truty one -,uld That they ee l t and ,dyeia it er an excellent pur- Ifostivi. I Philadelphia, 4.
make a way through It. The goats me (o perre-tnehs rnpfle.; pose. * It is oneof thei imanf.t n. Philadel;hia 4. Top and bottom bars No. 10, alvan ed
at their w ayi u til a hat they were rnot half riads and paint i ured produrtc, of the pnrsent tn;. Ir. its Detroit. 3: St. Louis. 0.
tily ang. from on high. espiall3 if then' i- ulceration or eauarrtha Cleveland ; Chicago, wie; S
pernearted with paths in all dir-etliOs. But thinking n.,w of % n hat I thunk. garii tarrhal infammationofta. ire; Stays, No. 12, gal
After the leaves within reach were I think I thunk a lie It is a ino-t efi.-:.tit preparation. (.w3erine National
States t -y wold stand on their hii^, I a sdt h i,,; u.tfl .i Philadelphia. 3; Brooklyn. 6. IiARGE STOCh u
feet with tieir fore feet in the lerarnl- The pr-a. hr-rs. tot,. I used to think. chrnni.- intle-,rrat .v-'rinai. epeiatllr the incinnati. 7 Pittsburg. 9.
Ssad s eat the leaves higthr up, o. Are* not like- ,th-r nio-n. flatulent vari-ty. aid in inrtain frrus of ('f hicagro. s: St. Liouts. 1.
Vf the but was not too large. would AnI r r, ,- I flw-, ,ry and excretory ftntions of theintestinal York. Boston. 0.
limew theM weight against anl bend i An I -ul' nr* therefor Sl t int. 1v,- tr'vel-.i round a bit. WVhen combined. in ju-t the r ht propor- Southern
to ground. were others of the flwok lj e warah.-.d thm ,a the l, tions, with Golde-n St-alcaro t. tone root. rn
w11d help strip It of its foliage. The *n, thnkat -, ,.f whont I th-nk. Black ChePrrytark. Qen'- root.. Ble.uJ- Nw Orlans.* 1: Atlanta, 1 (9 in- '
a ald come out again only to be think-fwhat I tlk root and Mandraki root. or th extracts of nings: darkness.
ae come out again only to be think I hunk a li.- thee, as in Piers Giden .Medical Little Rock. 0; Birmingham, 3 firstt
"ea ML then sprouts would come ,Discoverv. th,.re ran be no doubt of its z. .
btin in roots to share thbe ame fate. The hon--st tiller (of *h,- sil. great efle'acv in the curreof all stomach.
mttU at the end of the second smunier Wl'hen marketing his crop. I iver and ineAstinal disorders and derange- Little, 0; Birmingham( 3 (sec-
er.ytiIng the shape of a buih no0!t ak.'- ariirs t" put the rie- and best ments. These several ingredients have rind aitme. -.
eve sxte! te to i n Alwiays upon the tort. the stron-et endorsement in all snch 4: Montgomery. 0.
o a1x ftet tall except the pine an us 1 t, think th,,f h,.rst m-n i caserof s-ich eminent medical leaders asi Me1mphis. 2; Nashville, 3.
Sletely kiled and whie Prof. R Barthtolow, M_ .. of .Tefferson Med-
bowel we completely killed and white 'W-Puul nev.-r ,h-hal. ,,r try. hi- College.. Vi1hIa.; Prof. Hobart A. Hare.
d ier was b~nwhinfg to appear. Tnhe, :,:w thinking n,,, of \ hai: I thunk. ti I.. of Mdh14al lDpartment 1'nireraity of 'RESULT OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES
geats with their long. curly, white I think I thunk a ie. Pa.: Prof. Laur-nce Johnson. M. D..oMedhca -- -i. Nt
Seees attracted more attetiiu proi- t T i rty fi New orPrf National N -Y --- .toa
ee attracted more attend prI TheedEdwin M. lisle. M. D.. Hahnemann Medical
ably Ia anything else on the plae; Th itrs. a ,ordly sant. Prof. John M'Audder. MD. Cincinnati. 4; Pittsburg. 2. This is th. mplement for Your V Srng Crep
bo as can be imagined. they had to b ive milk and honey. and Prof. John King. M. U.. AuthOrs of the 5; C1iIo r
They-ve- nt-thing el.-e on earth to Anei,-an Plnensttory. and ,,orei of narmcao --
we t d for they would run over among the leading medical men of our land.
Sn, for they would run er ut writ a, ak in mny. Wh can doubt the curative virtues of American We are Exclusive Age fo
a O wal like dogs try Lif Atwi. tha wvay I us.- t think. a medicine the ingredients of which have
t a es AAnd non it makes ine. cry such a prrofesional endorsement? st. Lnuls. 1 lDetro i. 0
!T, think alout th h- %ay I thunk Constipation ured by Doctor Pierce's hicago. 4: Cleveland 1.H
Pleasant Pellets. One or twoasdes.
The bghest price ever paid for po- Southern
*Wy was SLST 8 a line. $15.000 for an What noNbl mein th- ,livctors are. A DUEL TO THE DEATH Nw Orleans and Na-shville. one
e ietUpoem. I used to think 'hey caine Cnaine each. 1 HANa l svl 0.
It was not a good poem either. James I-'rmn heaven r h ly lan Between Two Cubans in Ybor City phis, 11: Nashville.
And worked for love and fame. Night
it, em the authors of rejectt That they could cure ali human ills. Sunday.Night MARTEL
A' rIg. wr It. Smith met onw And never let us die:
WNW at dimer In London Strachan IBu1 'hinking now ,of what I thunk, (Tamp Globe Sp 3. Farmers are gathering their corn
Cte fameas Enl h printer. Strachan. I think I thunk a lie rildled with bullets the crrps. which are turning out very well.
what with old age and gout. was ouost h ,oli-> .,f iw,, nin were found last There is some sickness in Martel.
Ilfir. Indeed. be could hardly v. alk T lawv',-r- .' I us-I t' think h,'h i- Yt.or C'ity 'on the pavement on 'Tut none of a serious nature.
But his amind .was excedingly power t..iiuht .-ve-nn.nth street betWeen Eighth Thomas Simpson of Newberry came
ltM snd brilliant. an d be talked y o '4al li..-r ,.' '-,. of the- right and Ninth avenues. to' Ctton Plant the past week and
S l tad biltlt on his rbe takn home o wouldd no bay knaves be bought: Shortly after 9 o'lachk the residents celebrated his 56th birthday.
wrell th Oat S wict on is return home That thtey d l a client nab. irt the vicinity were alarmed by a fu- D. M. Barco and wife left tolay to
ta HuOl d IO "n.lo"' w h h sly:a Isi. ellado (f pistial shots, which a.s ;ud- visit their aughtrs. sons and grand- t11 y CA Kidney or
a : man But t.Inking n'ow of %%hat I thunk, .,.nl ,.-ased. '-hildren at Newberry. u ay as
Year ow i s eemed ar from stout I hink I thunk a lie I'a,,nm-n Thompson and Pinkston $ H. V. Long met the Masonic Tom- beyond the reach of medicine. No I
When Ma I prawntl yound out The dr goods men are honest oo. about a block away when the ple committee in the grand secretary's
WhI you began to talk. IThe sdr ar g home sell at tos a. slhoiing took place. The officers hur- office. Jacksonville. Aug. 28, at 8 p. m. SOLD BY ALL
Wsyoub a to talk. They ,, tht-y sell at cot-u,;
The power that props the body's strength aI used to think they told the truth ri-d to the scene, and found a num- The committee unanimously agreed up-
In due preporton spread And all thir fitlt hr e-f ,jee -ple gatlfred about the body on the data fot its report to the grand
In you m ats upward, and the slrrngth I full the r three f-st.' of Salvadlore Cosencla. which lay on lodge, a copy of which will be mailed
All tlse In the bead. un't ask ay r,.ason why- the- pavn-ment on the south side of to each particular lodge of the state
TheOh tns was undeniably rank u hinkint now of what I tunk Seventeenth street. about half way be- as soon as it can be printed, so as to |I | |
petry and ranker flattery, It pleased I think I thunk a lie. twe-n the two avenues, enable them to Instruct their renre- i 0 U
Prtater Strachan so well that be added (nly a f-w feet away lay another pentatives how. to vote in the premises.
to his will a codicll giving Smith $15- The- ttiggers, too,. I used toe think. bhly, and between the two men lay The Mfirtel Lumber Company broke
If once Ilh-y were set free, tWo distails. I'nder the body of the its record by sawing over a million Tulula Lodge, No. 2. I. 0. F.I
W \uld make g,,,,i, honest citizens, unknown man a third revolver was fret of lumber during August. meets every Tuesday evening in
Beeklma th^e News. Like white folks use.l to tw, faoundl. containing three unexploded i The Martel school opened today un- Yonge's Hall. E. Jeffords. N. G.
"Asks is a la*nd of adventure ad Put th,y have wandered far from cartridges. I ler favorable auspices. W. E. Bryant. Secretary.
Aaka igra a land of adventure and 'rom the position of the bodies and I A. M. Bush has perhaps the best six-
remance., said a gold miner. "Many The chickens still roost high: the close proximity of the pistols, it acre patch of cotton in the county. He BATTLE IN PENNSYLVANIA
queer things have happened lu Alaska." And thinking now of what I thunk. i.S evident that the men had fought to has picked out 1000 pounds, and is
be continued, smiling- "many wretch- I think I thtnk a lie. the- death, and that death must have rushing to keep it picked as fast as it Between Italian Miners and Members
ad things. Sometime. it has been nee- '_ _'_ overtaken them almost simultaneously. Opens. of the State Police N o
eary to break sad news to mothers Fearful Wounds The Masonic lodge at Cotton Plant
at hone, and sometimes this news ha J rE CH ACE The unknown man had a gaping had an interesting meeting last Pri- PunxFutawney. Pa., Sept. 3.-In a
,been broken with wonderful skill. '* * Vun v"ound in th. right temple. which must (ay night, initiating one candidate and bl-hodhy battle yesterday afternoon he-
"A Alaskan called on a woman In r>= T/rp QU na r aN lhave caused instant collapse. and Co- passing three. tween foreigners and the twenty-one
w Hamsbire to tell her of her son's E l UR GEON sencia had wounds in the head and ry. in which fully 50 shots were fir-
death a Klodke c C il Bak Bd' east which must have been imme- R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK. ed, two troopers were killed and one
"'Yes, sy." he aid to the weeping diately fatal. Neither of the men fatally wounded, while three other
her. 1 wa with bi tthe end. I OCALA, FL.. 'e alive when found, and the mat- FULLER & BLALOCK p received bullet wou nd e H y
a he was dyin' he looked jest like an T r rounthedu without of the Enhab- TAL STURGEONS l In a house at IFlorence mine, several a ths
--- .'tnnts of Ybor City viewed the men fea fr he held otali
'" Did he? the mother sobbed. where they lay in the street last night. Offe Over Inure & Cbhambllss' Bak i feared, for the beseiged Italians are ,
"'He certalainy d. ma'am.' aid the m m- nothing could be learned of the pistol wOell -u e with arms and ammunA- g. At
elilker L RBwingti backward and aa duel or of the unknown opponent of OCALA, PA. tion. .
agr'ads lat the air thar ye'd "a' thought |e,<,sencia. although it was gathered T -- ^JOOOS
e had wl gt.' "-Kansas City Journal. I ifra-m some unknown source that he T s CAN INSIDIOUS DANGER
SIhad lately arrived in Ybor and hadl One of the worst features of kid- OWA UJ
Per Webreae Ptte. _1ar_-ntl" neither friends nor rela- hey trouble is that it is an insidious
Whf e a r neither f mar rea disease and before the victim realizes SO COrn]
"L et abreltas, forgotten umbrel- HAVE TWHAT OU WANT I I III N "'s danger he may have a fatal ma- SO CO
las ." aM the lost and found clerk. T U WANT SalvaWlIrae t'iosencia had lived in T1AY llt lady. Take Foley'. Kdln-ey Cure at

-_ We el __l ta a- I Y abtlut three y-ars and workel dVAA A// I the first sign of trouble as it corrects D 1r
"My my salary. We sell all that are tAeig vat
l y kW t rl fm TRY THEi AND yEE. as a cigarmaker. Only a few weeks irregularities and events Bright's
yOu know, deriving from igro he,. sent fer his parents and their Ice Cream P lo. sease and diabet Sold by all dmet*
as oM mee NO0 a month. Nearly Virginia Cured Hanms. .,mily. who were living in Italy. and dealers.
all tMt umbrellats are left In train Swift's Premium Hans. they had only lately been established -
Tr to a thin to do with an umbrella Swift's Premim Ha their new home at the corner of Cold Drinks, Cigas and To- MURDER AND SUICIE
os entering a train that will assure Armour's Star Hams. Eighth avenue and Seventeenth street. .
you of not leaving It. I'll tell you what Cosencia. who was but twenty-two baCCO. All Seasonable A Fearful Tragedy at Albany, Ga. f lg to
that t to. When you sit down in Armourli Melrose Break. years old. had five brothers and sisters, At Albany. Ga.. Sunday. G. Howard
the car place the umbrella on e outirl about eighteen. The Hayes. a sawmill operator, shot and dolla .
ide, between yourself and the aisle. family appeared completely prostrat- killed first his wife and then himself.
Th the mbella tois a fence. It bars Kingan's Bonehes Break- ed over the tragic death taf the young Courteous attention, low prices They were a middle-aged couple and
y ain. Whe u rea Imp anep hastily to s Blman and could give no clue to the and reliable goods. Give me a left three ch lren, one a girl almost
you Ih Wha you jump up hastily to fast Bacon. mystery. fa ge.
pgt e at yer station you fall over it. Other Man Unknown share of your patronage. Ice cream
T ean't rt t whether you would Diamnond X Butter. The other neioa man is completely inquantities a specialty. FOR SALE-A I 'adallic automobile,
or set.-Nw Orleans Times-Demo- i unknown to them. and no reason is ith tonneau. Tnnau can be taken
emt. 1Stuffed( Mangoes. ff an ade a runabout. Bought two
given for the trouble between the two ALLORY years ago; hasn't been run 2000 miles. .
Sthe Mmetes spe,- t. Sweet Midget Pickle in nen. The fact that bthli men were Nwee 'LU UlN,! Working parts absolutely perfect.
rna th Ua uwnpus Scter, i sB armed and fought to the death gives Moflata ma Bloak Needs tires: $50 will make it as good
What a amoqitrous sec'ter is this Bulk. credence tU the belief that there was vaO euma C1C as new. Same machine laid down here
man, th diease of the agglutinated a feud of some kind between them. would cost $1100. Will sell for $350.
st, Ufflg alternate feet o- lying Sweet Mixed Pickle __ Two lamps horn and cyclometer. A
red with be: killing feeding. Bulk An unce of Prevention C. J. PHILLI PS bargain fr uick buyer. Will demon- ter
grOng, bringing forth small -opies of is worth a pound of cure. The are are la.
blmseef; grown upon with hair like ,,:an. poor sufferers. consumptives, Contractor and Budder. 'n
grass. ftted with eyes that move and who are hopeless of getting well- GREAT NAVAL REVIEW
gIUttelr in hI face; a thing to set chil- t KRU E wh,. if they had taken care of them- Ftf e Specifications Furof wa reben i- M
seersi and et looked at "'l n," he: wel. A eug Plans and Speifiations Furised Forty-five ships of war are being In- we
en saming.^ and yet looked At V s7A is the foundation of consumption. Fal- Upon Request specte'l by President Roosevelt at OAs-
-m-a ,. k9wnu as his fellows know Phone 174 lard's Horehound Syrup will cure that cr Bay eel a
M. heow surprising are bhis attributes' cough. Mrs. S-. Great Falls, Mlon- 129 South Tmi Sh i t uer tay today.
-!. L. Stevenson. 1tana. writes: "'I have used Ballard's
-eno. -- -_ Harehound Syrup In my family for *ala, Fla. DOCTORS ARE PUZZLED s| s
ye-ars-mv children never suffer with -
fle Dos** Ne-a -f e t C- laughs. Sold by the Anti-Moneopoly The remarkable recovery of Kenneth s ub
Damp is the greatest evil to which ElectrCal S ppflieS. Drugstore. Mc-ver. of Vanceboro. Me.. is the sub-
the dog confined outside the house in a -A* Choice Stockf much neret to thc e medical
keasel b liable. It will kill the strong- HORSES AND MULES t a.of ca.e O oE N
en 6dg &ad most be carefully guarded a well el stock t Of Fresh Bee. Pork inflammation of the throat and con-
aalast I a do to keep health. I have a well-stin otd stock You will always find at J. R. ar- gestion of the lungs, three doctors gave
thl. is tOt it sh dbealth1 tin & Co's. exchange stables in Ocala. me up to die. when, at last resort. i FINE CARRIAG
too, It ncessry that it should be of Electric Fals. in both the and at Hugh Nichols' Wildwood sta- w ans 1utten, as induced to try Dr. King's New -
able to enjoy plenty of sunlight. and tion as good muies and horses as can Discevery. and I am happy to say, it
the kennel should always be placed General Eloctri- Co. and the befoundinFlorida. For quality the etabes Fuits Poultr ave my fe. Cures the worst
sourth., except in the, hottest 17,price-s are reasonable. No trouble to? Vegetables, rrUls. io>try, ('atghs and calds bronchitis. tons.iliti.t
a souao th, eept n the. hottest Westinglihosemake. The lat. show animal. When in need call on r n tN V
rtsHugh Nichols. proprietor, Ocala of te Fi sh, oysters and weak lungs, haOseners ann lagwppe.
bhld be moved Into the shade, ter cost a little morn. but re- Wildwood. Fla. Choice Fresh Family Gruc store: ings & Co. drug I
quire less lcurrtnt to operate SEABOARD LIN cries. always on hand from
ITr abhse be an eight hour day them I also Car'r in stork SPECIAL RATES which to do your marketing. .Wyandotte cockreis: well marked
ter '1aaihetlo-a women. We cannot lb, Ks., $38, Toronto, Ont.. and return. Tick- Send or bring us your or 'f. Wiie sto ee ah.
tlk scandal o tinuously for twelve. ant g. W -t.s n saleh. Se;-tenmber 12. 13. 14 anad ". N Ti c LnIo E
Swe do mow. The excitement and Light. jt<. 17.. with final limit September 24. ders and tley will have NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
the strain upon the imagination are xt-nsi,,n available- to October 24. prompt attention Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-s----
tmrTie.-neter to Londan Truth All kinds of electrical work $11.95. Atlanta. Ga.. and return. Tik- tr 4i. Laws of Florida. --
etq mn ..ale St'-ptemiber 12. 13. l, 17 IX7T 1' -X0 I T'rTT v,.C;..- r ;s ..,..- 4..- .1.. -- ... ....


hre Larget Stock of
I .- "'

Carried In lntLn.l.

Bladder Disease not
idicine canI do more.m| .

aopat Si ag

hargiet Stock oef L

e early while you lMJ^ ^ ^

iety to select fros.
w stock MUST be
Id quickly, hence 'em
sell at 50 cents .

Boston SI





: COBB, GWeneraW Manage, -

..s. -


August Clearance Sale


White and Colors


and Embroideries

Elbow Length Silk Gloves in Black

and White, at



00MLA EVif4INOSir^*~A

I i

SBeavers meet Friday night.
Masons meet Thurat evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow nighi
Rev. L W. M-N,re preached to good
and appreiative audiences unday.

Kodak time. We have everything ii
,the line. The Postffi.e Drugstore.
John T. Lewis of Ms,.* Bluff *-as in
the. city today.

FOR SALE-Nice dwellng- n Nort
Main street. Nos. 50 and 6,.
Mr H.yde. the Vulcan of Oklan'aha
xas in town today.

Some rare bargains in Haviland
china at the Postoffice Drugstore.
Miss Piatt returned from the lake
this noon.

Vest and coat pocket electric lights
bottom prices. Young & Cllne.
M. Baker of Jacko nville is C. K
9:,e<'. no-w telegraph operator.
Try the Vi.-'or. -irIge cone. stee
tempered springs. fully guaranteed to
last a lifetime, at Mclver & MacKay's
Mr Will Porter of Jacksonville
spent Sunday with his sister. Mrs. F

A. Teague.

Don't fall to try the new fancy
drinks and ices at the Anti-Monopoly
Mr. William AIlsopp thi retired mer-
chant of Weirsdale, was a pleasant
miller tojay at the Star office.

You can get the Atlanta Journal ev-
er y day ;tndl Sunday at Allan Bridges'
nf\wl stand ri fir2 1 c'nre~n a t-r

Mrs. John N. William" left Satur- od
day for Tampa and Green Springs. .1
to be gone ten days. A



Best Yar-Ronid Hotel at S2 a I)ay ill Florida. Up-to-Date
Clean and Well Furnisltrled oomin and Plenty to Eat

m -

I Th great,-t t tr in I
the U'or.'d toe]:
wcmen yourg ,i'k:ng

It does thi in a natural way. It
* aot a cosmetic or aical akin
coating. It simply clean the pors,
giva the blood free circulation,
remove all wrinkle, and insur a
clear, hetthy, well groomed smin.
Ia o frequent ue from n ta, will
kep you young looking and good
ooking. 50o and $l.oo per Jar.

Call at oar store
for sams/d



J Zeas Prestc


Ti h I. Dr:i c:mnilp meeting, which
.. ?'., :r :1-, ,,. n !ays. w ill
i.,.. *\\'.,nes'ii. The meetings have
I, *. T, '' if:yrine in atptenlance and
im;:. 1 ni:'.-- iuoirs Amollng those
: ant* ii fr' m in' illt-view w\ re Mr.
1 1- M1 E \W:ashhurn and daugh-
:. ,- :'i mna, Miss Rena Bryan.
:.\ !: '* n.-irl family. Miss M iler. J.
IH Ash .:ih. .Mis Ella Lyle and Mrs.
i'i: iT hitnir. Thise people returned
i tion-. l; I- nihtit and this morning.

Ocala Fla.
I ),-:r Sir- Our :pgent ought to sell
pine--tr:!!'h ,if thc paint of his town
:, Sih. Tle .p prort ion f men who
S,1:'" take t 'I, 1.:- '-gaplmns pai.nt. is about one in ten
;mllllt <\', n ",\\ ners of houses and
.-',,'. .t,,i ht ,I:' nl ari.s and fences.
111;y111 il l ten \\ll buy a gold
I, k or a re,,i goods, if he has the
nmney ana. c is a g.od chance.
DLvie, at l1.T.' a gallon is better than
e'll i: drul:orail- e an short-measure

SIpaint: ;ar.- .gr;;- t.-I, Iu i'vs half. more or less. of
v n JI -" ht -la r :;'.d wtwa ,. no(f i painting: it is
;:.: Iin:. fill -:r',n th and full meas-
re IIrI. Th. -r, is n T wtrhr such paint
j within .iII 1tr ceimn. Ten per cent. of
.tlir ;il i ;'ii:t is worth saving: and
ti-n is th' !t.isT:. Thert are scores of
I.-:int- ti:,i l.rowv away half of both
-. '. .::- ; i 1 *' .. a w iting. china-
'. ,... ,, ,. it-. saiytes. benzine-.
i' ... .1; 1 h-' ; O.' .*1u n I I rt nuiting and l -Hk like
,L ers. TI' t!.-- 1'l: more gallons to buy
ni mni :ie ca!ihns to pay for putting
1h' iks and green gozids.

All macillnles guaranteed for
twice as log :is t ollil'S.

Secod-Hand Machines from
$5.00 Up.


Send for Catalogue and Prices. .120
West Bay Street. Jacksonville. Fla.


Sholes s
STen yeMrs go was a good typewritr
rive arsago w a bettertypewriter
Today is the bet typewriter
an'- '"


"',' *>',v thiy work:
.lu'lh I. I'. l'airUhil. -,wns twol hious-
- .-x., :''. '.ik in Lufkin Texa. J. JH.
" *'."-.]' .mi1:Ttl bIith houses: iint DDe-
S.. !., L'::;! ns. the other with an-
,*. ''r -,int sIld at same price: 25
in]:-' 'l'!-ut 2, \\llohn paint is weak
i ."7, ;.- uc:. whiling; that's why

A P P II I i II L D *- ..- *.. flit 1 .- .t .... .
*hina at the Ocala News "%-Company-
i.i be given away.
Mr. Alf Owens returned from Seat-
lidt Sunday and is again with Mclver
& MacKay.
R-~ -- --- -
If you want a phonograph, absolute-
ly free. read the Star's free plhno-
graph offer. and supply your home
with one.

Mrs. Weathers and children, who
hive been spending several weeks de-
lightfully at Woodmar. returned home

A coupon with every 10 cent pur-
chase ft the Ocala News Co.. that
rputs you in line for a piece of hand-
painted china.
Mr. Jarrell. the <'assia and Buffalo
SPluff turpentine and lumber man. was
in town Saturday. and went down to
W'ildwood. his old home. on business.

Straw hat cleaner: enough in 25
cent package to keep your hat nice and
clean all summer. Tydings & Co..
phone No. 30.
Andrew J. Turner, one of the best
known and most successful farmers
an-1 cattle men of Lake Sixteenth, was
in town today.

Men. women and children can get
a coupon -ith every 10 cent purchase
*i: the Ocala News Co.. on the beau-
tiful china now on display.
In the mayor's court this morning
W. L. Baker and Arthur Bailey for-
feited cash bonds of $10 and $5 re-
Rat wheat. 10 cents, will surely kill
mice and rats. All other kinds kept
in stock also. Tydings & Co.. phone
No. .0.
Mr. J. M. Shaw. bookkeeper for the
turpentine firm of R. D. Henderson
& Co.. Umatilla. was in town today
and made the Star a pleasant call.

WANTPD-A good boy from 14 to
lS years. to work in the Star office
and learn thef business. Apply to fore-
lnwn of job rooms.
Msr. Arms. who has so successfully
and satisfactorily presided over the
[management of the Weklwa Springs
Hotel. will return home this week.

A beautiful new line of oak and ma-
hogany music cabinets, in the newest
designs, on display at Melver & Mac-
Sidney Maddox and Walter Lucius.


A spe<
the mon
at 35. 5o
phone No
in town
i:,nd. the

S .. :: aL ,in- I ,o You g*
Yours truly. Ocala N
F NW V ,ov.e & 7 C.. for a $2
SNew York. na. You
"i'. V: S"nlth & n s-l! our paint.r. a
T loir bri
_\\ w rlt t(
I,a-t n-i:rt. Trut:'v J. S. Watson. which w
S:<.: e i ..l : '7n the central hos- '.aitematn
i',t.At at the .Mari-.i Vuins. He is 46
v...s cl !. feet. 7 iilchl s tall: dark
'.. :k 1:.i. :.irge nose. short n-ck. PO
i.;.i.:'-. 'lark t-'Tniplexion. with O
;ick n.a ks .ii ,,.-r f.t.-, little toe of IS
*f \.: ,,n i.f: :.'r,-arnm: tattoo on P _R
't;< Ie .,t ":=ht :'i: tatt-.i i.f shield!
S ti t f,,',,: t:. 1-alJ shaven. Sen- 1 IS A
.:>-,> .. ?in I .'- : *r lr-aking and
,-n;* ritr.k in le' !:.ahi ..... uty. R .v'-ard
.,f $i,',' f,.r t'is r .turu ,' ,,'ala
--. ,- -- APO^^B-

B t Cured by Chamberlain's Cholic.
rL, I--, .t n .r;- gpL a Dn--.,l..

F'' -



o Lake City; W. A. Baxley, Itna; T. E
. Fritchett. Chandler; J. S. Connell. Dun-
nellon: J. S. Grantham, Sparr; L.
e Barnes. Dunnellon: H. W. Long, Mar-
S tel.

For fantf and Childre.a
TM Kid YKuI Ha Alwa BIht
Bears the
Signature of

I ;,
! i'

WANTED- Trevelor for establish-

dick this afternoon to visit friends,

L. L Alken. the veteran of Bock
Springs, was in the city this morn-
ing. attending the Confederate Veter-
ans' meeting. He and his family have
just returned from his old home--and
*-Id friends in Georgia, which he had
not seen for years. He said the coun-
try in that section had greatly inprov-
ed; that the farmers are prosperous
and happy: land advancing in price:
everybody using boggles and tele-
phones, and with a rural mail deliv-
ery. The field crops are fine, and the
fi nit crops extra fine. Mr. A. and wife
had a glorious time, They were gone
i x weeks.

I house. Twelve dollars weekly to
art. Expenses paid. References. Mr. Dunn. the Richland. Lake coun-
hllr'.-s (t,. G. Clows. Ocala, Fla. ty merchant was in town today to
Ssee his son, *Will, with the grocery de-
.MI. S H. Kelsey the Crystal River I rtment of Masters' store.
,nrdw>ol manufacturer .was in the Telephone Tompkins' stable. 124
ty tIday in company with Tom Hoy. oi W. H. Clark. 112. if you want to
e fish and oyster man of the same take in a round trip outing and fish-

l,:ace .Mr. nas been in crystal
iFver nearly two years and is well
pleased with Florida, though he said
i' lacked the push and progress of
Kansas City. in which bustling and
growing Western city he resided nearly
forty years.

Pain From a Burn Promptly Relieved
by Chamberlain's Pain Balm
A little child of Michael Strauss. of
Vernon. Conn., was recently in great
pain from a burn on the hand, and as
cold applications only increased the
inflammation. Mr. Strauss came to
Mr. James N. Nichols, a local mer-
chant. for something to stop the pain.
1Mr. Nichols says: "I advised him to
use chamberlain's Pain Balm, and the
first application drew out the inflam-
nation and gave mmedate relief. I
have used this linIment myself'and
recommend it very often for cuts,
burns, strains and lame back. and
Lave never known It to disappoint."
For sale hy all druggists.
The new goods are arriving for the
new Globe Clothing Company, in the
Building becupied by the Clark Bros.,
of the O. K. Grocery. who will move
into the new stone building, opposite
;he Teapot.


Must be single, white man preferred;
must have good recommendations and
be strictly sober. H. D. Evans & Co..
Conant. Fla.

The bt layer
of a box of


on the Dunnt-ion run. spent It would seem
with their parents at Belle-to b done by
to be done by
ma ic The
'i;l bargain in box paper for magic. The
th of September-Whiting's- I human voice
and 75 cents. Tydings & Co.. I coming from a

ant Rusco of Weirsdale was wooden boX,
today, as was W. T. Strick- with allits well
Successful farmer of Heldt- known tones,
and its music.
et your money's worth at the The
ew--s Company. and a coupon
-5 piece of hand-painted chi- PHONOGRAPH
i cansee it in the window.
is now tob well
nd Mrs. Paul Bateman and is now tub wel
ght and interesting son. Reid. known to need
,Boardman this afternoon. descriptionlut
ill he their future home. Mr. e
i will embark in trucking. the pleasure of
possessing one
)R EYESIGHT is not known
We sell the Ed-
tFECT VISION ison Phono

i ONCE could see.i sor' sortment of
ibut now I can- records always on hand, Your
not. leisure hours can be made
.AM overworked. very instructive and enter
O- il_ nL .

ing. Ocala to Silver Springs by car-
riage. thence to Delk's Bluff via launch
and return for $5 for the party.
Mr. Isaac Stevens returned from
Seabreeze this afternoon to assist in
the county teachers' examination. Mrs.
Stevens and Miss Nellie will remain
several weeks longer. They are great-
Iv enjoying their sojourn by the sea.

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

The different county boards are in
session today.

Mr. I. T. Turner of the firm of Tur-
ner and Stepp, the mill men of Cole-
man. came up this morning. He said
they were busy putting in new crate
machinery in their mill. and expected
to be ready for business by the middle
or last of the month. The crate busi-
ness will prove a great boon to Cole-
man truckers, as their immense de-
mand can be supplied right at home.
Coleman is one of the most extensive
trucking sections of the state.

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.
Chas. V. Miller left today for a bus-
iness trip to Jacksonville.
Prof. J. H. Brinson. who has been
spending several weeks at Winter
Park. came up this morning.
Mr. Roess of Cornell spent Sunday
at Wekiwa Springs, and greatly en-
joyed the bathing.
Judge Bullock, after spending Sun-
day at Wekiwa Springs, went to Or-
lando this morning to interview the
board of county commissioners in re-
gard to a hard road from Apopka to
Wekiwa Springs.
Luther Stafford spent Sunday at
*Bushnell with friends.
Have you Catarrh? See W. L. Ditto
for free sample of Dr. Blosser's Ca-
tarrh Cure, and get well.
Mrs. Carstens of Lake Weir wax In
town today.

Miss Addie Cappleman.
es the Heidtville school,
day with her parents.
Faunce McCully, after
visit to friends In Ocala.
Jacksonville last night.

who teach-
spent Sun-

a pleasant
returned to

Messrs. J. H. Livingston, J. L. Smoak
and C. E. Davis, made up a party that
will go to Half Moon lake tonight to
catch big trout.
Dr. Harry Dozier officiated at the
Episcopal church yesterday in the ab-
sence of Rector Harrison, and greatly
pleased the large audience present by
his fine reading.
Jim Farris went down to Ingii, to-
day to visit his mother.
William McOahagin of Oklawaha
and Jonas Driggers of the same place
rvere in town today.
Mr. Black, the all round good citizen
of Weirsdale. was in town today.
Henry Morrison of Stanton was in
the city today.
Among those who were on the
stretes Saturday we noticed Messrs.
A. P. and Joe Baskin and J. B. Mal-
loy of Anthony. John Stevens of Fort
McCoy and Mr. McRalney of Wild-
w od.

Mrs. E. C. Dorsey returned from the
North Saturday night. Mr. Frank
Dorsey came up from Dunnellon Sat-
urday to help his wife and father make
the home ready for his mother. and
thev held a small family reunion Sun-




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just completed a special agreement with the wbl
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MEETING OF TURPENTINE MEN the Prolunr." l ha r Wi.-A
SJ. .IL Saunir.s
JacksonvJlle. Fla., Sept. 3.-The Tur- Jacksonvtlle; Jbba I t YI
pentine Operators' Association will lle-T. J --S -
Iold its sixth annual convention In the M. ottk
who may be V 0 0 L
Rink Auditorim. 1Jacksonville. Fl the, oa-
September 11 and 12. ed by J W. r ,t W te
The labor question is regarded by ,Wee. ville; W. sl
the turpentine men as of vital Impor- lle; M. mlitA, Lr
tznce, and it is expected that this con-,i i C
v"ntion will solve the problem to the Hillna ju oa .
mutual benefit and protection of all l
The convention Is regarded as one of: OF I UNT ST w
the most Important ever held by the Foley's Kidn ey

Florida territory, but from the tnrpen- ia dei cl er-o
tine sec-tion wett of the Alabama _.,
river. p g umPuI ruPioD
The official program has been an-- .
nounced by James H. Hollomon. see- Evi y Tkhr Ay
r.-tary of the association. i riw J *.,

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We offer one Huzd d r cl Re- G. D. Hogan of Duhnellon has pur-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can- h Pa n t p -
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. chased -E's Place." and took ponane
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, ". sion this morning, and will in fatnr
We, the undersigned, have known F. conduct It. Mr. H. Is a succ&etW
J. Cheney for the last 15 years and be- saloon man of the Pbowphate City, a*
L live him perfectly honorable in al as a high-ball coDcocter or a gl-als
business transactions and finanllally constructer he stands at the head
Sable to carry out any obligations made
b3, his firm..
b hi Walding. Kinnan & Marvin. 0 K. GROCERY TO MOVE
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, After Tuesday. September 4, the O.
r Hall's Catarrh Cure I. taken inter- K Grocery Will be in the n& w stoms
naly. acting directly un the blood building north of the city ,mark We
and mucous surfaces of the system. have played "checkers" long enough.
a Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per This is our last moe.
bottle. Sold by all druggists Yours for business,
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- C or BnnyS.
h nation.
HOTEL ARRIVALS Mrs. J. W. Pearson and her eharm-
OT ARRIVALS ing daughter. Miss Alta. left today for
Ocal Hou Atlanta, where they will be the guests
Seni e, t of Mrs. Frank P. Gaffney until Fri-
SArnold Eekhoff, New York; R. M.I day. when Mrs. Pearson and daughter
d InTgrtoll. Macon: J. P. Hardman. will proceed to Gainesville. Ga.. where
iJacksnville: T. IH Steele, Richmon. the latter will enter Brenau College.
Va.: 0 F. Winston. E. A. Martin, C. On the 15th of the month Mrs. Pear-
e it. nyd Jacksonrille: T. E. Powell, .son will go to Harrisonburg, Mo., to
Tampaa; D. P- Weill. Chattanooga: L. join her husband Mr. John W. Pear-
F. Hayman. Jacksonville. .on. and for a month they will visit
Montezuma on their beautiful Missouri farm and
Dorothy Green, Dade City: J. J. then will visit their daughter, Mrs.
Knoblock, Martin: W. F. McWhite, Wright. of St. Joe. Mo.. ere returning
Sumnlerfield: G. D. Bridges. Wild- home.
\\cwl; C. S Wilson. Lakeland: M. L.
1 B aker. Jacksonville: Lee Douglass, Mrs. & P. Thagard went up to Red-

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pen a packed ,t tn ass
"It's too tbd.
da Biscuit K -1 am dredfully sorry my dea'
Young eloy. It ucoud not be helped."
1"I aTe been e.unting on tlis gtory
ing the oven to gie e a literary reputation. Yog
ing them out have ruied aH the hopess'
This was ridiculous. The story was
md clean. below the arIrage
The truth is that Howkins. the edi-
Sr and propriet >r of the usagaine.
B iscu t h had no Lusiness to go away au I leave
me. a scatter brained youngster, i.
Sfuill control. I had hst of friend.s.
nly Soda and my mind was absjrIrbd with ymith-
ful pleasures. As to my work at tIrn
iers cease editorial roota .. l owkiuis had arraug-
ed everything. before hl~i deparrture. .-?*.
:ers" after a thal there -va- nortling to do but ttalk
tie e -oy f.or the ir-xt isele out of hi-i
"41iip lhl ,.e--: ii .nCe ii to tht ,ille+U.i-".
,osure to the ,
S 1^__f ,* y .lit- *"WhaC' It All Al.-'ut-" ''
package of Midred Eaton. I was l.,xking
-t ^1'iny deAk o:ie Fri 1Ha. afterno;,a pire-,.:ra
ult to day. ry t. t o u,'- iit<, the c,*su:itr .t. ine
f Il ,swing Tuesda-y whelt a
f2 i 3l:.. dlowu fri:i the cilUoi.iii r., l J
th:t the lst,'ry "'What's It pll Atiut."
Jr r p Wae iliolilte. I caeiled for the1 'ojpy
i:ld founl tl;e last two chapters miss-
Hi*rer was a pretty kettle of fish. I
t : 'kedt tile tofice with ut su:.e's:"
_, __"--_ : .;t f.or 1he av.thor anidl wias iuf.)rumed
i. lshe had goi:e on a trip. l n, one
WAH A INN i :inew where. What was I tI dP'. (;:'-e
Sw AH A INN i I' muy o(i.tin to .s-arh for a ui l., ill
hay-.t-tck Not 1. My re- ihui .1
i taken. It wai. then o'cl-ck. Br
A Pleasant, HomeltkiHofse i 1 coni skiu the mauu-i'ript. by ; I
i ):ili write the lait lhapters and be
E A Rooms and th reo iy for the 7 o'"-tel-k train instead of
Eeant., Rmmw
StL. 3 0,' l very Chcst Tabe Bard. Itad I taken more time and put my
r oind on my work iu-.tead of dwelling
Special Rats in rA to: the outing I was to h ta, afraid all
ile while that I would miss the train-
Weeky and Monthly Board-. .'' la!t till th~ next morning I might
le I ., done fairly well. As it was I
StS.;le a frightful miess of the jobt. I
1iic.-trokh the hero for the villain and
MRS. HATCHELL, Iroiig! t tlL.- siory toa cltse by putiing
.;hi, mollth a higii flown, virtuous
stoiopietres. t' :llInciation. The-heroine I uade to
St.,:ke a lick seat. but fortunately on
OCALA 7LORIDA ite same lbeehb with the her.. I fin-
1 i- thI work at hai'f ast ;i. g:ave it
S1.1 3a oimpl sing roaii messenger who
wais waiting for it. and made a dash
for the train. I
AVe!L. tlhe st. r c:ntle out. and with
it ennie the author. a pretty girl of
t wtlty. who sought nme iu my office
w ith tears nl hter eyes. Had she storm-
Sd I could have stood up against her
n i mianfully. A. it was. I could only pre-
h edi to weep. not at the position my
h '*i;u;: haid i:iw"tI !ine in. but that I
S 5 ,"io:lld have ruined her hopes of liter-
0 iary fame. I tod her that I seriously
i juitated drowning myself. Since I
Im:,le the threat with my head buried
D K KIINGt it my arms. both head aud arms rest-
W OF iing on my desk. my whole body shak-
WF i ing c-onrulsivei. she feared I would
lEN THEM arrayy it out. When she raised my tfce
I I L I ith her own soft hands and I looked
NALL into her tear dimmed but forgiving
D1 'eyev. I was filled with shame.
ID "My dear Miss Eaton." I sobbed. "let
h What i mr to a man hope that out of this misfortune
h What ia more to a man
mney in the world can't make uI: come some reparation for you
wn. Ba-ard's Saow Liiment which, taken at the flood, will lead to
a, Bunts, Sprains, Neurali, fortune. I am one of those fellows
is, Contracted Musces, Lame whose lives are a chain of lucky and
Ils that Flesh is Heir to. cnlucky incidents. I am constantly
K o meeting with misfortune-my owtn
OWS fault. I dare say-but I always come
tah. wries: "Icanno out ahead in the game. Write a new
ard's Snow Liniment for story, and I will nuse a1 my influence
,. caused by sudden change with Mr. Howkins to have it publisheJ
I also rOolllmi'lnd your uS a 'spe'iatl feature.' Now tell me
fr coughs aud colds. that you forgive me."
mail. She put o:t her hand. smiling through
three Sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00 her tears, and went away. leaving ite
to go on repenting my carelessness.
\\ hen the i ;--t i.itch of critic.sii..s 'w:r"
jiniment Co. I te story of the magazine came in 1
Sraced u:yseli to hear the references to
ccod Street, the tale I had ruined as one abrut to
he executed serves himself for the or-
MISSOURI. ,,eal. With the first I caught a faint
-lfeani of hope. Here it is:
The story by Miss Eaton. "What's It

All About"" is. Judging from its n:.m-.
mm ended by what it is doubtless Intended to b-
puzzle. What principles are covered un-
opoly Dragatore der the strange ending probably oniy
students of the introspective school will
we able to explain satisfactorily. In this
.e-spect the si-.ry will excite great inter-
s t.
The next was evidently a criticism
'y some critic who % uas os sily hurry-.
ing. as I hadl don. to the tountr- and
Lad onlly skimmed the early plart of
the stiry, for he pronounced the 'nld-
iin, "'just what might Ie exlet-ted iin
this inferior ela'ao; of w ,rk." 'The
third spoke of the pile.asant style ill
which "'What's It All About?" wa"s-
written-an easy way of criliciisin; a
story the critic is too liusv to read.
Seven critics gave but pathetical ex-
planatious of the mystery atte-A hin'
C u rthe closing chapters. In the wn'ile
Uhatch of crititcisms there was not o.::
C u re wh:ch indicated that the story hbui
toeen Ilaughtered by a vc .i.u,
ndgestion. dyspepsia, sour stomach in a hurry to get away on a plea-'re
y stomach. puffed stomach, nervous trip
.A guarnted cure. In view of the attention the-e t -it-
elns A called to the story h. .:: ~' ,,
lerf Vols E|e tibehl iiiS found fno difficulty in sec.urinia '4ii
teath ll 1 o nmmSemas lisher for it in lxook form It was -.i; -
Sl aito,*r- i |sidered too deep to have a I.t-:e .:I
OLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLA exel't amn-g critical. aualyik-al. p: -
I sophical and skeptical people. Ih: it
Made a name for the ..:athr. and she
has mIade : fortuine.
ERN CANADA ~I suplose I s!ih.i{>1 have had the
mode-ty to c.on--dtr viy-4elf well ,at
of a had SraptInt ;l ai ;iknwlli'Wlled :l11Vi
lIt' of tll fr.ult. To. II '-iki,> I did: tb "ii :'.n I d'it n >t. 1 rbreew *,,it a t;ut

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"Myfather had been a uffterefrom liek bedaelbe
for the last twenty-five years and never found SLy
relief astil h began taking your Cascarets. Sioce
e has began making Cascarea he has n-ver had
the headaehe. They hare entirely cnred him.
Caseareta do wht you recommend them to do. 1
wl give you the privilege of using his name."
LX. Diekson LURBesinerSt.,W.IndiLapolla, Id.

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darn;ng if you buy
m IoliprooP
*inosiuryj 1
All time pOPu.Lr colom
F)r Mlen; 'ersted
0old onir in lots ot
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ton. 6 paiz sfor o1.50o
For Ladies; Egvr.dan Cotto six pairs
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M. FISHEL ocal. Fla.

Phonographs from $10 to 550. Over
400 different records In stock to select
from. A. E. Burnett. the jeweler. ex-
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for wood and iron beds and children's
Scribes, supplied with either bobin' t of
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Tickets on sale September 2. 3, 4 and
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$32.5, Oklahoma bity, 0. T., and re-
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8 and 9: limit. September 14.
$25.10, Baltimore, Md., and retum.
Tickets on sale September 9. 9 and
10: limit, September 17.
$34.95, Torontq/ Ont, and return. Tick-
ets on sale September 12 to 15; lim-
It. September 24; extension to Oc-
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$1035, Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick-
ets on sale September *29 and 30;
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ber 22.
$20.70, Richmond, Va., and return.
Tickets on sale October 1: limit. Oc-
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$44.70, San Fraymisee and Lee Angolee,
one way (second claL). Tickets on
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$37.00. Washington, D. C, and return.
T'.-ktts on sale daily to September
3U: limit October 31.
$46j15, Chicago, III, and return. Tick-
ets on sale daily to September 30;
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$54.10, Saratoga, N. Y, and return.
via New York. allowing ten days'
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on sale daily to September 30: limit.
-October 31.
Many other attractive rates.
For further information apply to
City Passenger and Ticket Agsnt.
District Passengr AgeAt.
108 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
Phone 743.

The Louisville & Nashville Railroad
will sell round trip rates from Jack-
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dicated. Proportionately low rates
from other points.
$17.65, Memphis, Tenn, and return.
Tickets on sale September 9 to 12,
inclusive. Final return limit good to
leave Memphis returning September
20 1906.
$32.20, Dallas, Tex, and return. Tick-
ets sold October 6 and 7. Final re-
turn limit 21 days from date of sale.
$32J0, Buffalo, N. Y, and return
Tickets sold October 10. 11 and 12.
Final return limit leaving Buffalo,
October 19, 1906.
$19.60, New Orleans, La.. and return.
Tickets sold October 12 to 15. In-
clusive. Final return limit October
30. By depositing ticket with spe-
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ing fee of 50 cents, an extension of
return limit can be secured until
November 30, 1906.
$17.65, Memphis, Tenn, and return.
Tickets sold October 15. 16. 17 and
1. Final return limit. October 30.
By depositing ticket with special
agent at Memphis and paying fee of
ri40 cents, an extension of return lim-
it may be secured until November

30 1906.
$46.05, Chicago, lls., and return. Tick-
ets on sale daily to September 30.
Final return limit. October 31. 1906.
$57.90, Denver, Colorado Springs or
Pueblo, Colorado, and return. Tick-
"ets on sale daily to September 30.
Final return limit. October 31. 1906.
$38.40, Hot Springs, Ark., and return.
Tickets on sale daily. Final return
limit 90 days from date of sale.
Daily to September 3n. round trip
sumim-r tourist tickets will be on sale
a: various resorts. Pull information.
,s-choulu., time tables, etc.. will be fur-
nishied ;romptly on application.
Fla. Pass Agt L.L & N. R.. *
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Via the Atlantic Coast Line
SP$400, Washington, D. C. Scld daily
to September 30. All tickets limited
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i 23.75, Richmond, Va. Rate of one fare
l plus 25 cents. Tickets on male Sep-
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Sept. 12, 13. 16, 17 and 18, with final
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thesi Ia bet. faLtse w0
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PFt, *m- d and d ifa fife and mischif.l
Pin ad white dfieh. dotted with di TrVto N. J iNj f Rt.t-. ..l- lb.,
.. N sC nhter. the tree-yp-eita *
. No coo* no andijlio 'uWilliamn McCWifter. at 4101 mi'P&.,
ARl e account of died Saturday ntg l shImr as
hour after she bat 'Awa'l-a thirty
plls, which l bad'f pmfetad -
the child's moter.
The little iaLt i w playW about i
Shotise and ftl the pelets. wit
Were sugarm-ated thought t hy w
,_,ndy and ae the eontemts of the baL
administered by a mother whose love She became violently il sbtorSty a
1ond a phyat i an was summaeimd. it
was tempered with common sense. by te tie he arrived the MM va W
She knows that OZOMULSION is beyond medical aid.
a fountain of energy for grown-ups, Bach ll contained a quantity of
too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes belldona and strychnin. The gIrl
I died In great axony. the doctor beia
plenty of rich blood. For pale. eb died I n green agony, the doctor bein
folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
feast It cures Consumption when MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS
taken in timn. All druggists sell it-- At
5o cents and $z.0o the bottle. Let w EXTREMELY LOW RATES
send you via
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Volume. 12 Number 74 ,OCALA. FLORIDA, MONDAY" -SEPTEMBER.:3, ..J9Q6' '. .. ';. .' '. ;::: ... Ftfty- -Ceit. :a.Mwrtfc. $5 ,a.,....
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Something >- PEOPLE AND P lITiCIANS'1 FfllUTO,. OA'bL! I UP. .TEXAi ijyj, : TERRD1( : : : : :\: ;: :

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New and Novel ,
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.Bryan Says if He Knows "What the To the Coasts and Commerce ocMexJeoA :. _, ::1i' : f
Former* Want Today He Will'Know > ; of the i :
? And Get Onr i Prices .on Electric Wiring:Fans I Reminiscence Days' r t
What the Latter will"N Tomorrow. ; I i ,of the Lone Star Republic When_ laying' your plans 'for' the "cJO i I og; b lery: ._ : -

SOFT SHELL CRABSThe l'eYork.' Sept. '.--W.: J. Bryan 'and Fixtures. i 'Norfolk.YVa: Sept X That, Texas ;season.. reineinber: that vre are hereof or the good ; .-::: ; :

p a. the guest of the National Demo 'ever had suctj-a thing as a navy ,will ":
whole crab :cratlc Club for 23 minute Friday afternoon. i fee news to almost, everybody except otherstss'wellas: : / ourselvesMUfROE, .' ,
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I when he was welcomed by i* f tot-course some of the older Tezanaa.The : ,

Two in a can, :several hundred members He was Introduced We are also prepared to build and i repair I republic of Texas.has not been ; : HA IS-?'

.I by President Fox as "your so long a thing of history but that "

25CJUSAN '' candidate, for: the presidency. Lines and and do Gen-i there are still men living who have .. ;: .BANKERS. > ..i q- i-.
Telephone Motors 4
Responding; Mr. Bryan said whetherbe at-en the ensign of that nation flying at

would be the next ea.nd1da.teas. I I the peak of the flagship of Her fleet Ocala, ;.: F1odda.: 'J f <
I more than anyone ould say. A few eral Repair Work. This la recalled because of' an effort '. 'r '. ,

:. PICKLED BEEPI months ago it'looked as if be mightbe > now.miijting to exhibl>_one of these old { : '
such Candidate, but some morning ships at the"treat world's naval rendezvous -- -f x
I papers had assured him that some pet- Shop and Sale'Rooms Opposite the PostoHiceUrugstore'. at the': Jamestown Exposition '
SOc a poundTo sons who were for him then would not J fi 1907. .

i DOW attempt to,force the honor upOn The Texas navy was created In iu$. 5 "
him. He said he must have the approval & ELECTRIC I CO. I when Henry Smith was provisional .
introduce n':allow our of his conscience In whatever president of the republlcr-There were -:'-; : -' ,... .. $ ;
he did; Phone J5. B. W. MacD ON ALD. Manager.BAHIA ] three' armed schooners ,In the littleflotilla ''- .
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customers to try and see how I "Every man." he said "must do his I but they made the Mexicans OF', OCALA. ;_. : :
own thinking. The majority is not al-: tired of life laong the gulf coast..They .i '
.delicious they are we will fora ways right, but it is presumed to' be preyed upon.Mexican commerce raided z -, ':' .- .
Lei Chambli. :
SHOUT TIME sell'theRoyal In government and the only way fora I HONDA TAKEN I' THE ELKS CAFE I.1 coast settlements and with their rap .G org". _
I man who finds himself in The minority tured booty and supplies did much, to'' MacKay -c :
Scarlet EFBBD Dapor BI Is to fight for his ideas until be Cuban Rebel Capture Seaport Town I cents.Is now,also serv'ng board regular-at 'S per meals week at and 69 maintain the Texas military establishment ,HAr R. S. Hall.Ford. ,. ,:.. ;- ::. .' ;,
tins to Ills I haveno I t' aside from : DIRECTORS -
the majority cause. supporting themselves : ''. '
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monopoly of the thinking of the I Havana Sept. 3 Three 'hundred serving: orders a I II T.'T. Munroe ) r
insurgents under General Campilloand I according to bill of fare. J. B. Brooks.
Egg Plums at democratic party. The democrats do I I This navy was gradually strengthened ; t ; "
I' Campos Marquitti, negro congressman G. R, TROXLER. Proprietor. I J. K. Christian..' .' :
not jieed a leader. No one can be- until in 1840 It numbered six ;
have Bahia _
occupied Honda on 1 .
25c a can come a leader until he Is preparedt good staunch fighting 'ships. The
I go with' the people. He may be In the north coast of Havana province. SAN, FRANCISCO'S_ SLAIN flagship was the Austin carrying the In addition to its excellent, facilities .this Baak fca* tLe. ::-o ._
More than 50 residents of the town '
Better for advance of them but he must not be > ensign of' Commodore Edwin Warde -' ""
supply yourself behind. have already Joined the band. This { Final Summing.Up of the'Killed !in the Moore. ,TJbe' others, were Zarala. San advantage of :a competent, capable and 'good :,Boafrf cil. ...0.:,

this will not last and the j[ A Sentence to Remember"If j body of does Americans not interfere or other with foreigners.the property I Great Disaster of Last April Antonio 'the ,San.. JAcinto the'San: Directors and,a.strong Body: of. Stockholders. '
the finest I Bernard, and brig Dolphin. -
goods are, the democrats want a leader they San Francisco, Sept. 3.-Four 3

__ I want one they cansee with looking THE TEXAS WONDER dred and fifty-two persons lot hun-I much the- mission trouble of for that Mexico fleetto as! .' .' .-
: twk- lives ,as the 'result of the : .
Cures all kidney, bladder and rheumatic and when In 18+O the province uwu\\
AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY. "I" don't care what the politicians April 18. Two hundred; and : .
troubles. Sold by all druggists catan went into revolt;
think. If I know what the people wanttixlay. or two month's treatment by mall for were killed by falling walls. 177 perished mar of 'Texas, ordered DINING \
I know what the politicians will by fire 7 shot and 2 diedas YOUR ;RQJ
$1. Dr. E. W. Hat). 2926! Olive street. were Moore to help the ,-.ev lutlonl_ :
want 'tomorrow. The politicians are i St. Louis. Mo. Send for testimonials. a result of ptomaine ..I'Olsonlngdue I it '
the Yucatan theirpart
sol'dieo'-had done .
OCALA FURNITURE CO j I timid and,want to do what. the people i!Drugstore.told in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly to eating "emergency"' canned roods Mexico would probably have lost '___ .
desire. I tf quality.
poor .
I [another slice of territory, tor the Tex-r '
At the close of his-address Mr. Bryan -
ONE WAY OUT as fleet certainly did create some excitement ,Have You Everything: : You Need Foe It?' -
Personal]Service Anywhere, Any Time,i left the club and started for .New ,.. NO CASE ON RECORD I wherever the enemy happened
ark. N. J.
and When Heeded; i" / For a little while they were between There is no case on record of acough to be.After, '
I two of this sort of warfare
SHE FOUND'RELIEFJt the devil and the "deep sea. or cold resulting- In pneumoniaor '
The Question et tmbalming and Funeral j troubled with liver complaint Then the woman got her some dresses consumption, after FoleY's Honey I the fleet sailed up the Mississippiand We Have 'Just Received.'Some Floe IjE
youare laid up for repairs at -New Or- .. ,
made and went down to the lattnr. and Tar has been taken. as it will > "
I Directing !i. a! t. On and have not received help read '.
;this.I Mrs. Mary E. Hammond. Moody.II But the..Jnan. after some hesitation stop your cough: and break up your leans. Here it remained so' long a time,
l'Texas.I in health-with vent to the former.-Puck. cold quickly. Refuse any but the gen- that Gen. Sam' Houston: then president ing Room :Furniture Suck .as
was .
poor ,
Would not it be Best for to Entrust '
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liver trouble--for over a year. Doctors uine Foley's Honey and Tar in a yellow of Texas,, orden.It'to Galveston .' : \
I did and I tried Her- package. Contains no opiates and is but Commodore' Moore refused 'on.the -
t this Question to Those who Appreciate me no good ,
Fellows meet Tuesday night. safe and rare. Sold' by alt dealers. J
bine and three bottlescured me. I ... ground that moSt of his private fortune .
It's Delicacy and Whose Know- can't say too much for Herbine as it had been expended In repairing SIDEBOARDS '
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U a wonderful liver medicine. I always .C -------"-- 'C = '
I and maintaining the fleet Very neon y
ledge is of the Highest Standard I have it in the house: Publish after this the Texas Congress decided '
where wish. Sold the AntiMonopoly ,::
you Drugstore.JOHN ALLEN vv. BRIDGES1Dispenser that It did not need any, navy and the!! tf1-

PROMPT ATTENTION P. LYNCH ARRESTEDON is understood that at least two
:::: of of these historical craft are in good **" t
Day Phone No.( tO, light 94 and 167 CHARGE OF PEONAGE I repair and may be'had for exhibItion A

Pure Ice Cream and Cold Drinks purposes at the Jamestown Expos'.Uon.
Gainesville Fla Sept 3.-John P. 1iI .
SMITH &: 1 KOBERTS Ocala, Fit; lumber manufacturer -antiquated schooner of war' wouldbe CHINA CLOSETSAND q.1 :3 f'
Lynch prominent
Choice Candies Fruits Confections a strange sight flying the flag of .
was arrested here Saturday by! -
the of Texas the
republic -
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United States officers charged with Line of all Brands fighting machines of today which -" -
HgJhJL peonage. He was taken to Jacksonville Full Popular oi Cigars. i '. '-...
will be gathered In Hampton Roads J
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< THE \ released his
although on own recognizance --
next of the James-
and will be arraigned before Come in and enjoy cold drink or saucer of cream under I own year a. spectacle .. OHAIRS'h. ,
the United States commissioners :: .
there. The plaintiff, an Italian charged the electric fans. Don't forget the place. -" :,1 .-' .- --- '-- > ...- : '.
: JEM[ [ [ that with four companions he had ,

been held in bondage by Lynch's It[ will be Great Pleasure, to Sf ;
agent or manager-, and not permitted.' ALLEN BRIDGES' ICE CREAM PARLOR, make The Bueklew's cures that'Arnica stand Salve to Its a seienific credit-I a > Jt\- -

Carries a Complete Stock of tc leave camp. : wonder. It cured E.- R. Mulford.
The You and Give i : '
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Next to }!unroo'& Chambliss' Bank. ecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry "
Pa. of
Jewelry Consisting of f TORTURE BY SAVAGES Waynesboro. a distressing case '
of piles It heals the worst burns ;
DIAMONDSRIN "Speaking of the torture to which / sores and salt rheum. Only ,25c, at
seme of the savage tribes in the Philippines Tydings & Co's. drugstore. -

S.VATCHESt.. subject their captives, remindsme OCALA FURNIIUREi.C; (
of the Intense suffering I enduredfor MAKE' T MUCH 'MONEY

CHARMS FOBS, three months from. inflammation TRUNKS AND VALISES .
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CHAINS CUT GLASS, of the kidneys says \V. M. Sherman The Condition Tha't Would In.pir..ln- ; - of Cushing Me. "Nothing helped me '
\ dustriou Men to Work Makes the E. C. SMITH. C. V.RaBI!R'1 S. = '
FINE CHINA/ until I tried Electric Bitters three bottles .... c" :... ....;f..f
of which completely cured me"Cures Lazy ,More Idle. ,..... '-
LADIES' UMBRELLAS, liver complaint, dyspepsia, blood
GUARANTEED CLOCKS disorders and malrla: and restoresthe PQr the Next Thirty Days We Wilt There has been something of a "cry .
weak an nervous to robust health. about the scarcity of labor both In I -

-AndSOUVENIR- Guaranteed by Tydings &' Co, drug, Give SPECIAL BARGAINS to Tampa and throughout the state says : i ,
gists.. Price 50c.ROOT the Tampa Herald.. Evidently there :;
ate two reasons for this. pne fs that
IN CHILE there Is much more work to do 'than Restaurau1.ij' "

Trun s Valises SuitCases formerly and the other Is that those '
All Kinds of : :
Repairing Santiago. Chile. Sept. 3.-Secretary laborers who might be working .are
Root on his arrival at Lota Saturday
more Inclined to Idleness. :
I received Chilean Foreign Minister Ilu- and Satchels A few years ago when common tabor :
neus and American Minister Hicks on ,
was paid 75 cents or at most $1
YeJHe the cruiser Charleston. After the weH a rke
laborers will
day.-thecolored were
FLA I coming ceremonies Secretary Root --0- ing to worksteadily,., as it took 'most Class. Meals. : .{ ,-
landed and visited Lota Park and attended :
_-- of it to keep. them. Now that* they :
a banquet in his honor. He I So if to travel fan get from JL25 to )2 a day they- '
started by rail at midnight for San- you are going see our ;
almost refuse work
to more than two "
I lago.: The cruiser proceeded to Valparaiso CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES v'
McIYER & MAcKAY :to four days a week. .
to await the secretary and his immense.rue. before buying. We have i .Hundreds of this class can be found

FUNERAL DIRECTORS party-Cured Hay Fever' and Summer ColdA. over a car load of Trunks in all stees'i :!and hanging dlT"es.around that are the scattered-colored all saloons, over r Dining Room open'until midnight. Persea l E- v., .#

the city and. hey will not work steadily ..
$ ;
I attention given to special orders aaythfngthe.
Undertakers and Embalmers ; This' is where the law ,
J. Nu baum. Ratesvllle. Indiana. We Suit Cases vagrancy ,t
O. E. McIVER M. ,G. BROWN writes: "Last!' year I suffered' for three styles and prices. should come'In. Because a man, works .market offers prepared for 'the tafek'e{: :
months with a summer cold so dls- 'one or two. or even threedays; a week.
Undertakers easing that It interfered with my Satchels and Telescopes every' and all should not exempt him from the action short ,notice. See !Refrigerator d c&sf&iy '
business. I had of the -
many symptoms of thevagrancy law. The white
Fine Caskets and .Burial Robes ,.f hay fever, and a doctor's prescription men who are building up Florida, and in!front of,the Store., &--.
did not reach my case and I purposes, at any price desired. It is a, making It better and more attractive .
All Work Done by Licensed, Embalmers took several medicines which, seemed i e
every year, work six days a week"and Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice YftuU! -' .,
and Fully tft t only aggravate my &!! Fortunately -
I insisted upon having Foley's Honey pleasure{ to show you the stock. sometimes! more. Is the colored man Special 1 Price to Regular Boarders -' v
and Tar in the yellow package andIt better-than* his white neighbor that he ,
quickly cured me. My wife has is to be tolerated in laziness and
The Art of since used Foley's Honey and Tar with slothfulness? -, '

the. same success" Sold by all dealers McIVER & MacKAY If, the police will make a raid on THE CARMi3HAEL ,& ,SON fit;

Buying PianoIs some ,of the colored dives they will "V..".*...
find scores of loafers. who should, be '
HIS AGE SAVED HIS NECK made to work'and who are no'credit Ed's Place, West of Square

Something That to the city or their: race. ;There Is, altogether
\ Does Not :Norfolk Va.. Sept. 3.-Hiram Higgins Furniture Dealers and House Furnishers. too much"vice'and dissipationin

Everyone. 74, convicted in Wilkes county. Tampa. and.'it .!s. time the officials
Have Nortb- Carolina of the murder of his were taking cognizance this fact.

son 3, was sentenced to ten years Make the loafers go to work or arrest -

There are many things to In the penitentiary. The murder was GREEN SPRINGS HOTEL them for'vagrants.and: then theywill A TtANTICCOAST LiltTHROUGH
deliberate and occurred while the victim have to work for the city. A few

a k e into consideration- was asleepThe prisoner's years doses of that kind of thing and most of ..
saved film from hanging. MOODY & DEPUTY Proprietors. them will be willing to work for'wages : : ;
sweetness of tone reliabilityof -, and work steadily at that. CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA .

make lightness of action A LIVELY TUSSLE -
with that old enemy of the race, constipation j Health -A LESSON IN HEALTH -CONN CT ONSTO .
SPRINGS the Greatest '
and the durability and con. often ends in appendicitis.I Located at GREEN -
To avoid all serious trouble with Healthy kidneys filter the Impurities Charkston. Rlels d e'
Florida. Tir6 Over its own rails W Savannah.
Resort in all
struction of the case. stomach liver and bowels take Dr. I from the blood and unless they do :
\ this good health'is impossible. Foley's EAST'and Washington. thence yin Pennsylvania Ra13xa: -
King's New Life Pills. They perfectly .. :
Whenever Kidney Cure makes sound and .,ALL II..I .' :
you do decide to regulate these organs without pain I kidneys
or discomfort. :Sc. at Tydings & COL. Daily Rates, $1.50 and up. SpetialVeek .y_ Rates.The will, positively cure alT forms of kidney TO TUX l'iaeMontgoarery and Louisville II Nashville via 't4xle ....
buy a piano) why not buy it druggists.' I and bladder diseases It strengthens J .r: oi! S,
Hotel contains forty rooms newly furnished. Large"sbady."grounds. on the whole. system. Sold by all WEST f"lTer" Route and Atlan .

of a good reliable firm. The TWELYEMEN BURIED ALIVE I bay front This is one of th e choice: resorts of South Florida" dealers. Via Savannah aDd Ocean steamship Company tor.1'rewTO ; '

Cable Company is today the Ky.' I.-A I Launch,"Ada May" or "Penobscot" leav'u Port Tampa daily at '9:30 a. In.I A MOSQUE FOR LONDON :THE Philadelphia and .t _i'fd'Norfolk Steamtt?o9 eW .-
May King Sept. York
message 3:30
and Phone
and 5:30 p. m. Green Springs at 8:3 a: m. p. m. I
large&t music house in the from are Mud entombed Lick, mines in the says mines twelvemen there. I I, Port Tampa. No'%G H. drawn'txmdon f'1r'tIMbuilding, Sept. 3.-Plans of a have handsome been EAST York. Washington 'and, 8alUmere- via.'..Savannah and. ,

: world. Their pianos are manufactured K Is believed' the men are dead. A POSTOFFICE. SAFETY HARBOR, FLA. mosque water London facing probably Hyde Bays-withan via STEAMSHIP: I .Merchants and.'. HiDers' z'Tranaportatlen Contpen7. for.J3alt-- "I-.
large tarty of rescuers is working removing c
eaod Philadelphia r > .
in their own factory the dirt which blocks the passage enormous gilt dome and .graceful r .. fo.

their is to the Interior of the mine, but it minaret ;Ya peniau: :djAeeidentai 8tssn+ah+P '
and t
reliability un Key \y
There are 2009 Mohammedans resident
'will requirethirtysix hours to
remove \ 1f
questioned.Write the. dirt. FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES in London.if and-Havana Company ,;h-_ .=

us today for prices, .GENERAL.ROBERT E. LEE I Ifs'a Reputation .Route of the celebrated' trainji.:. New York and .FlorWa' Special p ToriS 1*

and was the" greatest general the world has Western Beef, ? eaJ. 'Florida Stall Fed Beef. Mutton, ,Ar- you are after. White's Cream Ver- and bleat' Indian :limited. Chicago and<< Jlorida Llwt* and Dixie Blyer '-
terms catalogues. ever 'known. Ballard's Snow Liniment mifuge has' world wide reputation
Is the greatest liniment. Quickly mour's Star Ham Armour's Pork Sausage, Cabbage as the bestof all worm destroyers
cures all pains. It is within the and tot its tonic influence weak Quickest Schedules -Sagewo*
THe Cable Co. reaeh of alL T. IL Pointer. Hempstead Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets, Sweet, and unthrifty' children. It improves eorinilt ..:
Texas writes: "This Is to certify their digestion and assimilation of For information as to, rat ., cbe dul ..'efei: : tfc sen. -
that Ballard'a Snow Liniment has Potatoes. Irish Potatoes.Spanish) Onions. their food strengthens their nervous or communicate with : .
,JJO West Bay St., ben used in my household for years system and restores them to health J. W. Carr :7.rvrAgent.. .O/Eferktand. Dl T. ,
excellen and vigor naturalto a child. If you > -s. sz .
and has been found to be an W. P. EDWARDS.I Tampa,-.Fla.
Jacksonville Fla. liniment rheumatic I want a healthy happy child get a Trefde r
ofr pains. am W.J: Crais3a :
T. C .White. jQetLPaes. Agent, .
bottle of White's' Cream Vermifuge.Sold -
.. nnk Chase_ Ma"nager w w never! without; Soldby the AntiMonopoly -I 108 - - CITY MARKET by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. '-*& iWIlmiagtoa, ?C- : i---: : .

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I used, to think when I was young. : Bad Blood. SUDAY'S;: ,

C.. i L, BITTINGER & CO.' And my heart was free from guile. PEsUL.rOF' GAMES .

That there was grief in every tear You ran not make sweet batter in a .. !i I ;:- '
And joT In eery smile foul.unclean chrrm. The fttomieh servesas So.uth. Atlantic-Savannah Takes the ia Ti =.. '
C. L. Bittirtger and 1. R. Carroll > :
And a churn fa which to agitate work 14J: 6 '
friendship was not halt a cheatAnd Pennant and Jacksonville the :
Proprietors and Publishers, love could never die; !and disintegrate, oar food aa it U being 6' t 4 ;
digested. If U be "weak .siujrgi-h aca Cellar Championship See Tteaefc ,--,
t But thinking now of what I thank.I '
fool the resolt will be torpid, aloggisbitrcT : .
C. L. BITTINGER think I think a lie. "* Mood. Columbia 1 Charleston 1 (I Innings t.
and tod impure Dr. ; How :1t t_. .- __ : ,.L-tML. cIo.e- )- +
:. Editor and General Manager The ingredient* of Pierre's Golden ; darkness.) -i---- ,
f used to think about myself Medical Discovery are just etch as best Jacksonville. 6; Savannah,-1 (first '
"*" : And think that I would be serve to correct and cure all such de- game.) Close 16 t. :tt"1't. ,;:.
:: It is made without 4 I ........ :: :
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R. R. CARROLL A raagements. up .
goTeraor or a. president, .
drop of alcohol in its composition; efcemicaur Jacksonville, 9; San:1nab" 3, (ec-' J. .y vr.. L.t. : ..-.a. ;....._ ,
City Editor and Bustaa; Manager. Or a general like Lee triplfe-retiaed: glycerine being end gam&) aAugustaMacon j .. -" ." ;. ". ..... '-r" .,. _

But I haTe waited long in vain. used instead pore cJ the cemmo&lj' employed: ; roIL. iset ". : < "' ,
While years rolled slowly by. alcoboL Now this glycerine U of itself a .;< .o-..= iuR-L --f- 1 &rt: T t.I.IiII9'" '
GMta as M rl r Machlae :.t
And thinkIng now of what I thunkI valuable medicine. instead of a deleter* AmericanKew -' ... ,,
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JL flock of Angora goats was pat on = ---- ---,-- -- :; ; ::::.
think. I tbunk a lie. on*agent like alcohol especially In the : 'Pfii : "
rocky hillside that It was desired to cure ol;weak stomach,dyspepsia and thevarious York. 5; Washington, 4 (firstgame. ;r .-/; ; i .
bare cleared and got into grass It I used to think the ladies were forms of indigestion Prof. Finlcy ) ':
was ftuch a tangle of brush and briers All sweetnenpea combined Ellingwosi. M. U- of Bennett Medical :ItW York 5;. Washington.." 3 (second ::: HEAVY WIRES CLOSE MESH. PIG' TIGHT.. -'_ ., : ::':; :

That they were all God's last,and best College: ,Chicago says of it: game.) .: .A. o .:: ':: ;
Utat Jt was with difficulty one could: -In djspepeia: it terra an excellent pur' '
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Boston 1 Philadelphia. 4. << --
make a war through It. The goats actually That Of they perfectnesa were not refined half;pad and paint pose product* It of Is one the 01 present the best tame manufactured in its- Detroit, 2;; St. Louts 0. J.*>V Top and bottom bars Xo. 10, galvanized wire; Intermediate bars, No. 11, galvaleeC" '

penetrated ate with their patha way In In all until directions.It' was But angels from on high. especially action upon! if enfeebled there lot nlreratlua disordered or stomaeh c'at rri>*lgastritiseatarrtiU : Cleveland 7; -Chicago ft. _'.. ," wire; Stays, Xo. 12, galvanized wire, 12 indies apart. --
.But thinking now of what I thunk, ( icSammatiooof stocaarLi. :. .
After the leaves within reach were I think I thunk a lie. it is a most eQeie&t preparation. Glyrerioe National r : .

eaten they would atand on their bind trill relieve many cakes(>f JIJ1'OhK: (heartburn) Philadelphia S; Brooklyn. '. LARGE STOCK i
and excessive; n.tri aridity It b useful la QUICK SHIPMENTS.
feet with their fore feet In the Itrancb- The preachers too. I'used to think.. chronic intestinal dypet," especially the Cincinnati* 7; PitisbnrR S. "' -
Are not like other flatulent variety, and in certain forms of -' -
ea and so eat the leaves higher cp or. men. Chicago. 8; St. Louts. L

if the bush was not too large would And were not tempted of the fie h. chronic tury and constipation excretory! function stimulating*of the th intestinal* secre- Xew York. ;J; Boston ,e. The Largest Stock of Light and Heavy -.,? ,
And could not therefore sin elandd." ,
; ,
throw their weight agalnat and bend it -
But since rye'traveled round a, bit r When combined in'Jut the right proportions Southern ,
to the ground where others of the flock rye watched them on the'sly. with Golden Sealtroot, Stone root ;:; HARDWARE SASH DOORS :AMI

would help strip It of its foliage. The And thinking now of what I thunk, Black Cberrybark Queen' roou Blood- I Xew Orleans* 1; Atlanta. 1 (9 Innings : ,
I lea Veil would come out again only to be root and Mandrake root or the extracts of f ; darkness.) -
I -
think I
thunk a lie.Te :
'eatenoff these. as in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Little Rock 0; BIrmingham 3 (fIrst rI--
then sprouts would comefrom Discovery, thereran be no doubt of its I rame.) BLINDS FARM MILL AiNh
the roots to share the same fate honest tiller of the soil great efficacy in tbe cure of all stomach ,
I Little Rock 0;, Birmlngham( 3 (second = ,
When marketing his fiver ,
crop. and intestinal disorders and derange-
entil at the end of the second snmnier .
-' Take pains to put the ripe and best ments. These! several ingredients have game.) : MINERS' SUPPLIES PAINTS 44ittagiA :
everything the shape of a bosh not ;
'f -
Always upon the top. the strongest endorsement in all such I Shrevepirt. ; Montgomery. 0. ; .
over air feet taU except the plaea and I used Ho think those honest men cases of such' eminent medical leaders aa Memphis 2; Nashville 3. .
laurel waa completely killed and white Prof. R. Bartbolow. M- D_or Jefferson! Medical I I
Would never (cheat or try. CoiU-jfe.; Pints.; Prof. Hobart A. Hare. I OILS ETC. ETCUCarried *
clover wt beginning to appear..' These Hut-thinking now of what I thunk. 'L D..of Medical department. Cniversity: of RESULT OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES !I ,1t

zoata with their long. curl,. white I think I thunk a lie. ('&.; Prof. Laurence Johnson. M. D_ Medic '! I I ;: --:"
Hepartment. UniverMty of :New York: Prof. .--
fleece* attracted'more attention- probably National In Central FIonda.ti,
Edwin M. Hale M. I). Hahneraann Medical .
OD'the The editors a lordly set. Coll>e.Cbiras< Prof.John M.Scudder.M.D. I : > o;
.. than anything else place; : Cincinnati. 4; Pituburg, % *' '
g This is .
M. D.. AntboVs of the Implement tor Your Spring Crops. ,.
'\ but. as can be imagined they had to be'weU Who live on milk and honey and American Prof. John Dispensatory King.! and scorn of others SL Louis, 5; Chicago 2. .' : -

fenced In, for they would ran over TheyTve nothing else on earth to do among the leading medical men of our land. I ..
.' like But write and rake In money. Who can doubt the curative virtues ofChhne a American \Ve are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Fence Also. i .
a stone doga.-Country. Life _
Leastwise that I ajinedicine i the Ingredients of '"
used to
In America. And now it makes way me cry think. inch a profemnontil endorsement? I St. Louis, 1: Detroit, 0." : .: .:. :: '? ._

Constipation cored by Doctor Pierce' I Chicago 4; CI veand. 1. :
To think about the I thunk
way '
L retry .t '..87:5 a U.e. And how I thunk a lie. Pleasant Pellets One or two a dose.A I ME.RION HJRDURHARRY -QO :.
t Southern ,
: The highest' price ever paid for poetry '
What noble mn the doctors are, :Sew' Orleans and :Nashville one > "
r l -
was 4L875 a line. $ .OOO for an DUEL TO THE DEATH :
eight line poem. I ,used to think they came f I .1 game each.Memphis.. B. CLARKSON, General,'-.ManagerOC7VLV .. ,__ ,' =

From heaven or some heavenly land Between Two Cuban in Ybor City 11; Xashville, 0. <
L It was not a good poem either. James : '
And worked for love and fame. :" _
F Bmitb. one of the authors of "Rejected Sunday Night .
That they could all human : FL7V .
cure ills I' MARTEL : 7 .-
t < ;
I. Addresses, wrote it. Smith met one, And never let us die; "", ,

night at dinner in London Strachan, But thinking now of what I thunk. (Tampa Globe Sept. S.) f Farmers are gathering their corncrops .
the famous English printer. Strachan, I think .:: \;;;,
I thunk a lie. Literally riddled with bullet tbe which are turning out very welL '

1 what with old age and gout was most I bodies of two men were found last I There Is some sickness in Martel.

Infirm. Indeed he could hardly walk. The lawyers too. I used to think night in Thor City on the pavement on but none of a serious nature. Cures Backachj|

But his mind was ezotedlngly powerful Oh' God forgive the thought- Seventeenth street between Eighth Thomas Simpson of *
Newberry '
That their convictions of the I' came I Correct *&;
and brilliant and he talked HOwell right and Ninth avenues. to Cotton Plant.the past week and NDNEYCURl

; that Smith on his return home That Could not knaves be bought: Shortly after 9 o'clock. the residentsin celebrated his 56th birthday rOllrs F 1 I Irregularities .
they not
a client rob.
wrote the following doggerel about the Or "*eir* him on the sly; I the vicinity of were alarmed which by a suddenly fusillade D. M. Barco and wife left today to Do not risk bavi f -e
pistol' shots as visit their daughters sons and grandchIldren -
J old man: / But thinking now of what I thunk. ceased. at Xewfoerry- case of. Kidney or Bladder Disease not Pht's Diseaw ':: '-:
Tour lower limb seemed far from stout I think I thunk a lie. -i -
J. and Pink'tonwere
When last I saw you walk; I Patrolmen Thompson H. W. Long met the Masonic Temple of medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes ?: '
I about block when the : ,
away committee in the
The came I presently found out The dry goods men are honest too.They secretary's "
shooting took place. The officers hurried I office. Jacksonville, Aug. 28. at 8 m. 1::". '
When :you began to talLTb. swear they sell at cost; p. SOLOD'! ALL DEALERS'U: ; .
.power that props the body's strength I used to think; they told the truth to the scene and found a number i[The committee unanimously agreed up- --

la due proportion spreadIn And all their lost. I of people gatl't>red about the body on the data for its report to the grand -
profits I -- -- ---- -- -
you mounts upward. and the 1reng1hAU I of Salvadore Cosencia. which lay oiv-
lodge a copy of which will be mailedto
thought full
a yard was three f tDon't -
settles In the bead. i the pavement on the south side of I ;
ask my reason why- each particular lodge of the stateas I --i

Though this waa undeniably rank But thinking now of what I tbunk, Seventeenth street about half way be-1 soon as it can be printed, so as to 1.0.0.F. :

poetry: and ranker flattery It pleased I think thunk a lie. tween the two avenues. enable them to instruct their representatives !

Printer Strachan so well that be addedto Only a few feet away lay another I vote In the premises. :

bis will a codicil giving'Smith $15 The niggers, too. I used to think. body, and between the two men lay The "MaTtel Lumber Company brokeits

000. If once they were set free. two pistols. Under the body of the I record by sawing over a million Tulula Lodge. No. 22. L O. O. F.. GREATSALE

Would make good. honest citizens unknown man a third revolver was feet of lumber during August. meets every Tuesday evening in

found, containing three unexploded Yonge's HalL E. Jeffords. N G.
Brealtlaa the ew.. Like white folks used to be. I The Martel school opened today under <
But they have wandered far from cartridges. favorable auspices.A. W. E. Bryant. Secretary.
"Alaska U land of adventure and
a grace From the position of the bodies and M. Bush has perhaps the best six- .

romance, said a gold miner. "Many The chickens still roost high; the close proximity of the pistols It acre patch of'cotton in the county. He I BATTLE IN PENNSYLVANIA

queer things have happened In Alaska," And thinking now of wbat I thunk.I i It< evident that the men had fought to has picked out 1000 pounds and is '

be continued. smlllng-"many wretched think I thunk a lie. the death and that death must have rushing to keep it picked as fast as it I Between Italian Miner; and Members ..-:::, .,."-' fgs
things. Sometimes it has been necessary overtaken them almost simultaneously.:
opens. !
; of the State Police No" going on. \ ? C-: i1-
to break Bad news to mothersat Fearful Wound The Masonic lodge at Cotton Plant I *5**-t *s..a -

home and sometimes this newg baa J.E.CHACEDNTFL : The unknown man had a gaping had an Interesting meeting last Friday Punxrutawney. Pa.. Sept. SIn a .. /::; <,r;: : t .$,.,

been broken with wonderful skilL wound In the right temple which must night initiating one candidate and bloody battle yesterday afternoon, .
three. tween foreigners and the twenty-one <"' : -=- .
"An Alaskan called on a woman In have caused Instant collapse and Cosencia passing '
\ members of troop D, etate, constabu'Inry. : o -THfr J" '
'J New Hampshire to tell her of her son's SURGEON had wounds In the head and .
In which fully 500 shots were fired ;
death In th breast which must have been Imme- :
*Klondlke. Office Upstairs Commercial Bank Bld'g R. D.. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK two troopers were killed and one 'iif '
*Tea lalfhe said to the weeping I diately fataL ,Neither of the men fatally wounded while three other .

mother "I was with him to*the end. 1 OCALA FLA. were alive when found, and the mat- :' .
FULLER & persons received bullet seen him die. And I tell ,.e. ma'am, ter will probably always remain. surrounded BLALOCK The murderers are now surroundedin If you are not taking advantage '
aa he wax dyln' he looked Jest like an Terms mystery. DENTAL SURGEONS a house at Florence mine several '{:'':" '
Cash. Although thousands of the inhabitants of this opportunity secure teal fi: ; .
angeL't miles from here. Further loss of life ,
of Ybor City viewed the men
"'Did her the mother sobbed. Office is feared for the beselged Italians are .
in last Our Hanroe & Cbambliss1 Bink .,
where they lay the.street night in Seasonable : i-
44'He certainly did ma'am: said the nothing could be learned of the pistol well supplied with arms and ammuni bargains Dryoc:

KJo d1ker. Swlngln* back'arda and duel or '
forwards the air thar ye'd 'a' thought CLARK BROS. Cosencia. although it was gathered Goods you are standing in your : 'i t -., "

;. be had wings.'"-Kansas City JournaL from some unknown source that he AN INSIDIOUS DANGEROne "
.:. had lately arrived In Ybor and had Cash. of the worst features of kid- own light. The stock is moving .. -.): : :
'* ,
""" icy trouble is that It is an insidious
TTIill friends rela
iHli VTiHWrBa'iifTliffii' apparently neither nor
Vr UathrelUt Forsietters. '
"Lost umbrellas forgotten umbrel- tives. disease and before' the victim realizeshis so come early while have a : Jif, :
danger he may have a fatal ma '=
las" said the lost and found clerk HAVE WHAT YOU WANT Salvadore Cosencia had lived in MALLORY LIDDON'SIce lady. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at _

"pay my salary.Ve sell all that are TRY THEM AND SEE. Ybor about three years and workedas the first sign of trouble an it corrects big variety to select from. Our -.' .
a cigarmaker. Only a few weeks irregularities v BrIght'sdisease
unclaimed, you know deriving from drantJ: ,
ego he sent for his parents and their Cream Parlor. and Sold by all immense stock MUST be sold '
this odd $100 month.
source a pearly.all Virginia Cured Hams. family, who were living in Italy, and dealers. ,

lost umbrellas are left In trains. had been establishedin '
they only lately
There Is a thing to do with an umbrella Swift's Premium Hams. their new home at the corner of Cold Drinks Cigars and To- MURDER AND SUICIDEA and sold quickly, hence our offer "
:' on entering a train that will assure Armour's Star Hams.Armour.s Eighth avenue and Seventeenth street. _

you of not leaving It. I'll tell you what Cosencia. who was but twenty-two bacco. All Seasonable Fearful Tragedy at Albany Ga. to sell at 50 cents on the .. _:,;:?j.:_

that thing 1*. When you alt down In Melrose Break. Tears old, had five brothers an.d sisters, At Albany. Ga.. Sunday CL Howard -' '

the car place the umbrella on ""the out fast Bacon. tbe eldest a girl about eighteen. The Fruit Hayes a sawmill operator, shot and dollar. : :. ..

side between yourself and the aisle. family appeared completely prostrated killed first his wife and then himself. -

Thus the umbrella la a fence. It bars Kingan's Boneless Breakfast over the tragic death of the young Courteous attention, low prices They were a. middle-aged couple and

you In. When you Jump up hastily to man and could give no clue to the and reliable goods. Give me a left three children one a girl almostof p ;
Bacon mystery.
get off at your station yon fall over it. Other "Man Unknown share of your patronage. Ice cream

Ton can't forget It whether you wouldor Diamond X Butter. _
Tbe other dead man is completely inquantities a specialty. FOR SALE-A Canaille automobile
not -Xew Orleans TimeA-Demo- with tonneau. Tonneau
unknown to them and no reason is can be taken
%crat' Stuffed Maiigoes. off and made a runabout. Bought two
I given for the trouble the two
}between MALLORYLIDDON years ago; hasn't been run 2000 miles.

!!..; the ....tro.. Specter Sweet Midget Pickle in I men. The fact that both men were Working parts absolutely perfect The Boston Storc4'OCALA
armed and fought to the death gives :Needs tires; $50 will make it as'good
What a monstrous specter is this Bulk. credence tg the belief that there wasa Montezuma Block as new. Same machine laid down here

man. thea disease of the agglutinated feud of some kind between them. would cost $1100. Will sen for J250.;;
dust lifffng alternate feet or lying Sweet Mixed Pickle'in Two lamps horn and cyclometer. A

drugged with slumber; killing, feeding, BulkHBBBUMS0BBE39ES&BBSSK. C. J. PHILLIPS bargain for quick buyer. Will demon- FLORIDA.MARION ,:
An Ounce of Preventionis strate. \v. B. PowelV" St. Petersburg, ,
growing bringing forth small copies of I -
worth a pound of cure. There are Fla. '
himself with hair like Contractor and -------
; grown upon many pooiv sufferers. consumptives, I .
grass fined with eyea that move and who are hopeless of getting -well- GREAT NAVAL REVIEW -

glitter In his face to set children who. if they had taken care of themselves I
; a thing 0. 1C. GROCERY. Plans and Specifications Furnished
would now be well. A cough FARMS
screaming and yet looked at Forty-five ships of war are being Inspected L
is the foundation of consumption. hallard's : Upon Request
nearer, known aa his fellows know Phone J74 Horehound Syrup will cure that by President Roosevelt at Oyster -

him. how surprising are his attributes! cough. Mrs. S-. Great Falls, :lion- 129 South Third Sleet, Bay today. -
tans writes: **I have used Ballard's .s.-.A. E3 LS 1
-R. 1.. Stevenson. ,
Horehound Syrup in my family for Ocala, Fla. DOCTORS ARE PUZZLED : ;3t 3- .

't'ars--my children never suffer with t T !zl] 'r, (INCORPORATED) .... :: .::.:
:cS5* The Dor's Keamel. coughs. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly The remarkable recovery! of Kenneth ,,
;:-.t* Damp la the greatest evil to which Electrical Supplies. Drugstore. I Mclver of Vanreboro :Me., is the subject c ,
"" A Choice Stock of much Interest the medical ;.
the dog confined outside the house in a "'
fraternity and i wide circle of friends. ,
kennel Is liable. It will kill the strong HORSES AND MULES UP says of his case: "Owing to severe GENERAL LIVERY '\ L. .

est dog and must be carefully guarded Of Fresh Beef Pork inflammation of the throat and congestion '
against If a dog Is to keep In health. I have a well selected stockof You will always find at J. R. liar- of the lungs, three doctors gave t: -

tin &: Co's. exchange stables in Ocala. me up toddle when, at last resort, J [I FINE CARR AGEC HUGGIES
too. it Is necessary that- it should be Electric Fans in both the and at Hugh Nichols \VlIdwood station And Muttnn 1 was induced to try Dr. King's New <..
able to enjoy plenty of sunlight and as good: mUles and horses as can Discovery, and I am happy to say. It i TRAPS CARRYALLS, i ,
'the kennel should always be placed General Electric Co. and the be found in Florida. For quality the caved my Hfe:;: Cures the worst .
Vegetables Fruits. Poultry, i SADDLE HORSES ETC<; |
in hottest prices are reasonable. No trouble to coughs and colds bronchitis
-facing south except the. tonsilitis
Westinghouse make. The latter show animals.! When in need call on Fish and weak lungs, hoarseness .
in when it Eggs, Oysters an: lagnppe.Guaranteed
of the
parts day summer
Hugh ::Nichols proprietor Ocala or ;
should be moved into the shade. cost a little more but require Wildwood. Fla.SEABOARD Choice Fresh Family Gnx store. at Tydings &: Co's. drug- FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSElI

_' I less current to operate cries, always on hand from "-
1 W_. .( Soeietr La.'e-e. A1K LINE FOR SALE-FIfteen silver-laced HORSES AND MULES .FOR SALE __
)There should be an eight hour day them. I also cajry in stock SPECIAL RATES which to do your marketing.Send I Wyandotte cockrets; well marked ,
m J| from choice stock. PrIce $1 each. S. I HORSES BOARDED BY THE MONTI ? -
for "ta&h1onablewomen.. We cannot $33 Toronto Ont. and return. Tick-
or bring us orders
.your H. Willis McIntosh Fla. ?
talk scandal continuously fortwelve.. Fancy Globes, High, Low eta on sale September IS, 13 14 and .
IS, with final limit September 24. and tLey will have AC.. COBB General Manager.
,jas we do now. The excitement and Lights etc.'tll NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ; -
": Extension available to October 24.
the strain upon the Imagination are prompt attention Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter :
terrific.-Letter to London Truth. ; kinds of electrical work $11.95. Atlanta Ga. and return. Tick- 4888. Laws of Florida. -

'" eta on sale September 12 13. 16. 17 W. E. SMITH Notice is hereby given that George il.
ann repairirig done at reasonable and IS with final limit September 25. ; '
: W. :J.
V-* ? P etty: F.1L 10. Webb purchaser of tax certificate KNIGHT & LANG <
available to October
.'- Vf:,:MeLush has been arrested for drunk. prices, under a full guar $23.75.Extension Richmond Va and: return. (iVo. 98 North Magnolia St. No. 163, dated the Sth day of:Juiw : ,
A. D. 1904. has filed said certificate in
Kxness and wants"yon to ball him Out.** antee. If lights are out Tickets on sale September 2 to S. inclusive my office and has! made application .Successors-io S.A. 1 UNDLEY & CO. ,E :
your Phone
::1|((8-Ball!, him out! ejaculated Colonel with final limit Sept. 13. 141VOOD for tax deed to issue in accordance : .

:--:Pepper who had beard the remark Indistinctly. of fix, or you need wiring For further Information and Pull with law. Said certificate embraces -

"Good gracious. Is he that man reservations, call city ticket oitlce. ,
the described
tul1!" done phone to Xo. 222. telephone 1!,- I following property situated ',' ,.
in Marion county, Florida to-wit:

THEPENINSULARINDUSTRIAL Lot 6. block 5, Benedict Heights tp .A Full. Stock bf Wagons, Carriages Buggies, Harness] .

c The Reaa. Walter Tucker. 13. r 21-10 acres. The said land be- -
J and all the LinesHEAVY
.:;:..1 think the picture lacks atmosphere !-' I INSURANCE CO, A Big Load for $J ing assessed at.,. the date of the issuance Saddlery Accompanying

." said the kindly critic. OF JACKt.O.-'JVILLE.: FLA.. of such certificate in the name of

.;";"'';:"l'aet is." said the artist. "I bad a HERMITAGEI Pays the most liberal sick, accident :J. W. ).I iller. Unless said certificate FARM AND TURPENTINE WAGONS.!
i, hard, Haw raising the wind while 1 and diath benefits upon the paymentof C.ASHB. S shall be redeemed according to law

was painting."., DAIRY small weekly premiums.The tax deed win issue thereon en the 4th Exclusive; Agents forthe Famous White Hickory TurpentineTWagon ,

Peninsular i is one of the str nJ.! [ day of September, A. D.ltG'_
,,, J est insurance companies in the land j Witness my official signature and i rCQmpt"Attention to out Town Orders. ,:{ /
Hare t. ....k. 0. Frith and Pure Milk I and Cream Oe and has thousands of policies in <. .
many J H. SEYMOURPhone seal this the 2Sth -day of July A, IX1SO '
.Hewitt-He stick doser than a broth $.".rec( Every Morning at Your I force in Florida. All claims are paid S. T. SUtrunk, KNIGHT & LANG -
,er. wett-Yes; he sticks like chorea Door promptly upon demand. Call on or j / !if;
a I Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. FinBy
I Local
write S. P. Brockington, Agent.
', debt.Woman's Home-Compi0 I HONE 150 office ever Teapot Grocery Octla. Fla.' X55 .. It. I*. Martin. IX C. OCALA ,.. .'' -' ;,...- x.J.s : .. liORIDAft. .
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lot '!; OCALA OCCURRENCESBeavers HOW'S THIS ED SOLD, HIS PLACE > _:y H./ROBINSON; ; 'President. if't_ .

We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward s-H. BLITCH manager.. ::
for any case of Catarrh that cannot -' G. D. Hogan of Duhnellon bas purchased j. C. BOOZER.' -Ant.- Manses-.. -- '.

meet Friday night.. be cared by Hall's Catarrh Cure. "Ed's Place." and .took possession GEO. J. BLITCH. TsHsn.. :- -.
August. Clearance Sale P. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo 0. this morning and will in future '. .; ;

Masons meet Thursday !"enlng.Odd : We. undersigned, have known F. conduct it. :ilr. IL Is a. successful .. 1:J '
J. Cheney for the last 15 years and be- saloon man of the Phosphate City,And '
Fellows meet.tomorrow night. here him perfectly honorable in all as a high-ball connecter or a gln-fixx The Strong Hold( the, .l -

.OF... business transactions and financially constructer he stands at the head.
able to carry out any obligations made -
Rev. L. W. Moore preached good by ids firm. -,
and appreciative audiences Sunday Waiding, Kinnan & Marvin 0.. K. GROCERY TO MOVE COMMERCIAL } .
t ,
Wholesale Druggists Toledo O.
WASH GOODS Kodak time. We have everything in Hall's Catarrh Cure i II?! taken Internally After Tuesday September 4. the O. r -
K. Grocery will be in the
the line. The Postoffice new stone -
Drugstore. acting directly upon the blood '-
N a- and mucous surfaces of the system. building north of the eity .market. We > OCALA, jf LA- .
have played "checkers"
...IN... John T. Lewis of Moss Bluff oraa'In Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per This Is our last move.Tours long enough.
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
the city today.FOR '
I Take Hall's Family PiUs. for consupatioa CLARK for business BROS. Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced by Its Irre t:V .

S.-.LE-Nlce dwelfings on North and Increasing Business j.- = '
White and Colors !Main street Nos. 50 and 60. HOTEL ARRIVALS Mrs. J. W. Pearson and her charming : : ,_
daughter. Miss Alta. left today for ;
Mr. Hyde the Vulcan of
Oklawaha .
Atlanta, where
they will be the guestsof "
was in town today. Ocala House Mrs. Frank P. Gaffney until Friday .-

Arnold Esknoff. ;Sew York R. J.LInge.noi when Mrs, Pearson and daughterwill THE STAR'S'
Some rare bargains in Haviland !, Macon; J. P, Hardman. proceed to Gainesville Ga, where PHENOMENAL
china at the Postofnce Drugstore. Jacksonville; T. H. Steele Rlchmon the latter will enter Brenau College.On -

To'VVelsand I Va.; C H Winston :E. .A.. Martin C. the 15th of the month Mrs. Pearson
Miss Platt returned from the lake! U. Boyd. T E. -
Jacksonville Powell
; will to
go Harrisonburg. Mo., to
Embroideries this noon. i Tampa. ; D. P.'Weill. Chattanooga; LF. join her husband Mr. John W. Pearson OFFER TO ITS READE1S <
Hayman. Jacksonville.
and for a month they will visiton :
Vest and coat pocket electric lights; I
Montezuma their beautiful
Missouri farm and
bottom prices.:; Young & Cllne. i .
iI I Dorothy Green. Dade City; J. J. then will visit their daughter, Mrs. .

Elbow Length Silk Gloves in Black : C. If.r Baker of .Jacksonville C. .K. Knoblock Martin; W. F. McWhlte Wright of St. Joe. Mo, ere returning .. J .
: Page's new telegraph.operator. 1 Summerfield; G. D Bridges. Wlld- I
I Urood; C. S. Wilson Lakeland M. L.I I
and White at I :Try the Victor single cone steel : Porker Jacksonville; Lee Douglass. AIrs. E. P. Thagard went up to Red. ,

tempered springs fully guaranteed to Lake City W. A. Baxley. a:; na; T, BJ, dick thin afternoon to vf if friends
last a lifetime, at Mclver & MacKays. I Pritchett, candler; J. S. Connell. Dun-

nellen; J. S. Grantham Sparr; R. I* L L Aiken.. the veteran of Rock
Mr. Will Porter of .Jacksonville Barnes, Dunnellon; H. W. Long; Mar-' Springs, was In the city this morning -

RHEINAUER'S.THE spent Sunday with.. his sister, Mrs. F. attending I the Confederate Veter 's -

A. Teague. I ans' meeting. Ho and his family have

tel.CASTOR Just returned from his old home- .nd
Don't fail to try the new fancy I IA old friends in Georgia which he had
drinks and ices at the AnttMonopolyrugstore
'1 not seen for years. He said the country -
Per Infanta and Children. In that section had greatly Improved -
- -
Mr. William Allsopp retired merchant -! ; that the farmers are prosperous
the The Kind You Have
of Weirsdale, was a pleasant and happy; land advancing in price;

caller today at the Star office. I'I everybody using buggies and telephones e"S
theSignature and with a rural mall delivery -

py-y You can get the Atlanta Journal every I I of The field crops are fine and the i1"
day ana Sunday at Allan Bridges'news fruit crops extra fine. Mr. A. and wife .
stand for 12 cents a week. had .A glorious time. They were gone -..
six P"
I W A'I."TEDTrenlr' for established
Mrs. John N. Williams left Saturday house.:! Twelve dollars weekly to V 4

I for Tampa and Green! start. Expenses paid. References. I Mr. Dunn the Richland. Lake county --

be gone ten days; Address Geo. G. Clows Ocala, Fla. merchant was in town today to

I I ee his son.-Will with the grocery deportment -
Don't fail to see the handpaintedchina of Masters store.
at the Ocala News ''Companyt I :Mr. S. H. Kelsey! the Crystal" River -

be given away. ardwood manufacturer ,was in the
Telephone Torapklns' stable 124.
I i city today in with Tom
Roy -
or W. H. Clark. 112, If you want to w "
i Mr. Alf Owens returned from Peat- :the fish and oyster man of the same take'in a round trip outing and fishing J..ft

i tie Sunday and la again- with Mclver i place. Mr. K. has been In Crystal Ocala to Sliver Springs by carriage :

& MacKay. :River nearly two years and is well thence to Delk's Bluff via launch '- ;
l pleaded with Florida, though he said md return for $5 for the party. --

If you want a phonograph absolutely i' lacked the push and progress of THIS HIGH GRADE PHONOGRAPH PRACTICALLY FREE : '

free read the Star's free phono- Kansas City in which bustling and :Mr. Isaac Stevens returned from .. ... -
graph offer and supply your home growing Western city he resided nearly Seabreeze this afternoon to assist In -
with one. forty years. the county teachers' examination. Mrs. The Star has the pleasure of announcing that it has '.

Stevens and Miss Nellie will remain

Mrs. Weathers and children who Pain From a Burn Promptly Relievedby several weeks longer. They are great- just completed a special agreement with the EdwJa A. .::

: have been spending: several weeks de- Chamberlain's Pain BalmA h' enjoying their sojourn by the sea. Denham Co., of London Berlin and 'New York, under
Woodmar returned home
lightfully at
MONTEZUMA today.A Vernon little Conn child. of was Michael recently Strauss in great of Bamboo and grass screens, work which for a Limited Time Only,. the Star is enabled to pre ..:_
boxes hat and skirt
boxes. etc.. the
pain from burn
a on the hand, and as .
coupon with every 10 cent pur- cold applications only increased the prettiest of the new furniture novelties sent too its subscribers a $7 Denhaiq Phonograph with "
chase ft the Ocala News Co. that Inflammation. Mr. to be had only at :Mciver &'Mac-
LEASED FOR TEN YEARSBest puts you in line for a piece of hand- Mr. James N. Nichols a local came mer-to Kay's. nickeled brass horn, complete, as shown in' the illtisfratlon -;:

painted china. > chant, for something! to stop the pain. .;
This offer is made to new subscribers as well-as to old -:
Mr. Nichols says: 1 advised him to The different county boards are in :
Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Date Mr. Jarrell. the Cassia and Buffalo use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. and the session today. ones. I .
Bluff turpentine and lumber man was first application drew out the Inflam-

Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to Eat In town Saturday, and went down to have mation used and this gave liniment mmedate myself'and relief. I Mr. I, T. Turner of the firm of Turner If you are already a subscriber, renew your subscription;

Wildwood his old home, on business. and Stepp the mill men of Coleman -
recommend it for"cuts
very often for two months, and receive without charge the certificate
burns strains and lame back and came up this morning. He said .
V. J. SHEPMAjST, PEOPHIETOR.Ttf Straw hat cleaner; enough in 25 bave never known it to disappoint. they were busy putting in new crate entitling you to the Phonograph. -

_.__._ cent package to keep your bat nice For sale by all druggists. machinery In their mill. and expectedto
phone all No. summer.30. Tydings & Co, be ready for business by the middleor The Phonograph may be seen at the store of the Ocala
The new goods are arriving for the last of the month., The crate busi-
The Mt. Dora camp meeting which, new Globe Clothing Company in the ness will prove a great boon to Cole- Furniture Company, the well known' Phonograph dealersof '

has been on for the past ten days, will Andrew J._ Turner one of the best building occupied by the Clark 'Bros. man truckers, as their Immense demand this
known and most successful farmers city.
close Wednesday. The meetings have of the O. K. Grocery, who will move can be supplied right at home.
been most gratifying in attendance and and cattle men of Lake Sixteenth was into the new stone building! oppositethe Coleman la one of the most extensive When sign the subscription Jform recefve
spiritual manifestations Among thosein in town, today.. _, Teapot -v you you a.
r trucking sections. ,of. the! state.
attendance from Belleview were Mr. Phonograph CertificatePresent -this certificate at the:> ,
and Mrs M. E. Washburn and daughter. Men. women and children can geta TURPENTINE STILLER WANTED We want 'prescription trade.

( ( J pdI Miss. Emma Miss Rena Bryan. coupon the Ocala with News every Co.10, cent on the purchaseat beau-. We give the best your service possible. Pure Ocala Furniture Company's store and they will deliver the, ; _

Rev. Barse and family. Miss } iller! J. tiful china now on display. Must be single white man preferred; drugs competent prescriptionists. fair
1AM ) H. Ashworth. Miss Ella Lyle ancTMrs. must have good recommendations and prices and prompt delivery. Please Phonograph to you, you agreeing to buy at your conven- V

True Whlttler. These people returned In the mayor's court this morning be strictly sober. H. D. Evans & Co. &send Co.or phone bring 30.your trade -to Tydings fence a few records to play on the machine. You will need '
home last night and this morning. W. L. Baker and Arthur Bailey forfeited Conant Fla.The.

greatest thing in C cash bonds of $10 and $5 re-. j JUST IN: 500 OF THE VERY LATEST records at any rate and the Ocala Furniture Company has.,

the wtrld te.Eeep LETTER TO W. CLYATT. JR. spectively.Rat GENUINE GOLD MOULDED
letting a complete and up-to-date stock of the best gold moulded
tetmen Jfttxg ; Ocala Fla. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS. COME

wheat. 10 cents will surely kill bottom layerof AND SELECT YOURS. records at the regular prices, i.e., 25c. for Columbia records :
mice and rats. All other kinds keptin OCALA FURNITURE CO.
It dos this in a natural way. Dear Sir: Our agent dught to sell ; .

u Dot a. cosmetic or artj cial akin nine-tenth of the- paint of his town .stock 50. also. Tydings & Co. phoneNo. a box of Chas. V. Miller left today for a busIness and 35c. for Edison records. The Denham Phoaograpli..

coating. It simply clean the pom and region; no use to try for the other I trip to Jacksonville. plays hath kinds. You only have to agree to buy 15 rec_ J
circulation tenth. The proportion of men whoa Mr. J. M. Shaw, bookkeeper for the
the blood free
giTca ,
Prof. J. H. Brinson who has been
remove aH wrinkle, and insure* on't take good advice and use the turpentine firm of R. D. Henderson I pending several weeks at Winter ords And you need not buy them faster than one a week,. :
least-gallons paint. is about one In ten &. Co.. Umatilla. was In town today -
clear, heMthy, ,well pioomed akin among even owners of houses and and made the Star a pleasant call. Park came up this morning. if you don't want to. .

let frequent use from ntfu! will stores and shops and barns and fences. i 'Mr. Roess of Cornell spent Sunday
at Wekiwa Springs and greatly enjoyed Y pu are not required to pay your subscription in ad.
keep looking and good One man in ten will buy a gold WANTED good boy from 14 to ,
you young CANDIESbrings .
SOC and $i.oo per jar. I IJookinc. I-brick or green goods, if he has the IS years to work in the Star office the bathing. vance, except $1 for the first two months. And you pay
money and gets a good chance. and learn the business. Apply to foreman Judge Bullock after spending Sun- '
Devoe at $i.75"a is better than of job rooms. ) firti as maiy nothing whatever for the :
Call at .,'sto.e I gallon day at Weklwa Springs went to Orlando absolutely Phonograph, except a. .
gold; adulterated and short-measure e this morning to interview the
for deIiciousmorsds@fi
sQple Msr. Arms who has so successfullyand charge of not more than $1 to cover from
.. paints are green goods and gold bricks. :; board of county commissioners in regard express '.? ,

AIlti->1odopof Y I the Devoe labor laves and wages half, of more painting or less; it of is management satisfactorily of the presided Weklwa over Springs the C and surprises Weklwa to a Springs.hard road'. from Apopka to factory and cost of packing. x, :::: '

I all paint; full strength and full meas- Hotel, will return home this week.. IS the toy lajer. Luther Stafford spent Sunday at The Denham Phonograph plays the same records as they _

DrugstoreJ. | ure. There is no other such paint .
;within ten per cent. Ten per cent of A beautiful new line of oak and mahogany T TROXLER. .Bushnell with friends. $30 machines, and plays them just as clearly and as loudly?!
music cabinets., in the newest Have you Catarrh See W. L. Ditto

i ten labor is and the paint least. is There worth are saving scores; and of designs. on display at Mclver & MacKay's. for free sample of Dr. BlosserB Catarrh But if you want a larger Phonograph at any time they

i paints that throw away half of both HOW IS IT DONE? Cure and get well Ocala Furniture Company will be glad to allow you $4J
Mrs. Carstens of Lake Weir In
gallons and labor on whiting, china- was
Zenas Preston, I I Sidney Maddox and Walter Lucius,
::clay ground stone barytes benzine, flagmen on the Dunne-lion run spent It would ,town today. for[ your Denham Phonograph, if in good order. 4,
I i water all they for is to seem Miss Addle who teaches =
are good Cappleman.
Sunday with their parents at Belle-
/,I t.iake gallons of nothing and look like view. to be done by the Heidtville school spent Sunday Take advantage of this offer now. Don't wait for the.Star's 1|

Typewriters. !;i nalnt in the can; more gallons to buy magic. The I with her parents. solicitor to call as this remarkable offer, a $7 P&oao l =::, _
land I more gallons to pay for putting A special bargain In box paper for I Faunce McCully after a, pleasant'
!on--gold bricks and green goods. the month of September Whiting's- !; human voice I visit to friends In Ocala. returned to graph FREE, may be withdrawn at any time. -' ';
I Here's how they work: at 35. 50 and 75 cents. Tydings & Co. Jacksonville last night.Messrs. ,"
i j Judge I. D. Fairchild owns two houses phone No. 30.Merchant ,. j -, coming from a I Why not call at the Ocala Furniture, Company'ss
J. H. Livingston, J. L. Smoak
All machines for he
guaranteed alike in Lufkin Texas. wooden box
exactly J. H.
Torreneepainted both houses; one De- I Rusco Weirsdale. was and C. :E.Davis made up a party that today: and sign the subscription form there and .get t&eJ
twice others. with all its well will go to Half Moon lake tonight to
as long as
,'oe. 15'4 gallons; the other with an- in town today as was W. T. Strick- ?
land the successful farmer of Heidt- catch big trout Phonograph .
other paint sold at same price; 25 tones
gallons. That :25! gallon paint is weak vtlle. C Dr. Harry Dozier officiated at theEpiscopal
f and its music. church yesterday In the absence -
I and 15 per cent whiting; that's why
Second-Hand Machines from. It took 9'-4 gallons more. You get your money's worth at the ;f 'fhePHONOGRAPH of Rector Harrison and greatly MEETING OF TURPENTINE MEN the Producer led l>y W. C. PoweH.

I Tours truly, Ocala News Company and a couponfor i pleased the large audience present by IN JACKSONVILLE NEXT WEEK.TAJCksonvlle. Jacksonville; G. A. Petteway..Tampa;
$5.00 Up. a $25 piece of hand-painted c.hlI I his fine reading.Jim '
i I' F .W. Devoe & Co.. J. R. Saunders Pensacola C.H.Barnes.;
You can-H-e it In the window.
: 7. New York. na. Farris went down to Ingli today Fla, Sept 3.-The Turpentine Jacksonville; John. 1! Harris Jacksonville
1 T. W. Smith & Co. sell our paint. is now too well to visit his mother. ; T. A. Jennings Pensaoola: J..
RIBBONS & SUPPLIESSend Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bateman and Operators' Association will W. Motto.Savannah and other: factors;>
I William McGahagln of Oklawaha 1
their bright and Interesting son Reid known to needdescriptiontmt hold its sixth annual convention In the
who be present. Discussion oM.
ESCAPED-:>1UU REWARD and Jonas Driggers of the came place Rink Auditorium Jacksonville Fla..1 may
I .went to Boardman this afternoon +
the subject on the part of ,
were in town today.Mr.
September 11 and I%.
t Last night. Trusty J. S. Watson. which will be their future home Mr. led by J. W. Ward. Floral City; P.'IsWeeks
for Catalogue and Prices. .120 R hite, escaped from the central hospital Bateman will embark In trocking.POOR the pleasure of Black the all round good citizen The labor question is regarded by Envllle; C. W. Chace, GlnJS
West Bay S.treet. Jacksonville. Fla. ; at the :Marion Farms. He is 46 .-Weirsdale.. was in town teday. the turpentine men a* of vital Impor- >
possessing one 't jrtlle; 1L M. Smith. Winter J ar'k:; ,.
old 5 .feet. 7 inches tall dark tencey and it Is expected that this convention -
years ; ; Henry Morrison of Stanton was In Vf '
/ Knight Crystal River and .
i eyes dark hair. large nose short nr' k. EYESIGHTIS ? 1 is not known the city today. will solve the problem to the 31
large shoulders, dark complexion, with ;f iillman.. Live Oak. s
x I mutual benefit and protection of all I -fI-
. \ Remington- pock marks all over face; little toe of A GREAT AFFLICTION to everyone. Among those who were on the operators.The .

left foot grown over thirty toe; tattooof .WeselltheEd- etretes Saturday we noticed Messrs. convention IB regarded as one of t J OF INTEREST TO 'MAN":r.-j
woman on left forearm; tattoo on A. P. and Joe Baskin and J. B. Mal- win
PERFECT VISIONIS the most important ever held by the I Foley's Kidney Cure cure any
muscle of right arm; tattoo of shield; ison Phono- loy of Anthony. John Stevens of Fort 1 trouble that
case of kidney or Madder
MOST COMNITL association, and a large attendance la
Q SholesTea TTKWMTUCQUPMCIIT on right forearm; clean shaven. Sentenced A CONSTANT DELIGHTONCE I assortment McCoy and Mr. McRalney of Wild- :Is not beyond the reach of medicine
to three years for breaking and Iff graph. Full expected, not only from the GeorgiaFlorida do more.
{ MACC wbod. i No medicine- can by;.
entering in Hernando county. Rewardof territory, but from the turpen- '
years ago was a good typewriter $100 for his return to Ocala. could R"e" f .:r r of Mrs. E. C.-Dorsey returned from the tine section west of the Alabama I fall dea.JtafS/ :

Five yean aco wa a b etter typewriter but now I can j records always on hand. Your :North Saturday night. Mr. Frank river. t j PUMPKIN FULL OF POWDER_ _

Today la the best typewriter: WAS A VERY SICK BOY : not. leisure hours can be made Dorsey came up from Dunneilon Sat- The official program baa been an- I _
In I.hidaga j. urday to help his wife and father make nounced by James IL HoUomon... secretary -[ Evidently There Ar. n. 0. >C, Grot -
sMe umagu a GarayTors But Cured by Chamberlain's Cholic :: AM overworked. very instructive and entertaining the home ready for his mother and of the association. j eerier in Russia '- jgTU "-
alestaus Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy : with they held a small family reunion Sun- Among the subjects of addresses on : g
What of. a Phonograph. t *>cow. Sept t.:-A huge pumpkin ""
a story: the program are The. Turpentine Operatora ''
futw.T.ennlan. 'When. my boy was two years old day.Mrs. crri>d .. country -
Its OriginIts. by a man garbed a .
S. E. Rowe and daughter Mrs. Association
h- haJ a very severe attack of bowelin suffering abuse I of the
I "lain but by the use of Chamber- i Bogie, and Mrs. Bogie's two children. Accomplishments, Its P.L attracted the attention police -
1 ml Isblltfaldsisr ain's CoUe Cholera nd Diarrhoea and neglect your eyes would Ella and Frank returned Saturday Sutherland. JCewnan; discussion, ; in the ,market here by its excecsfyeJ "
Remedy we brought film out all right." night from "Worcester Mass, where the president's address and the recommendations -J weight J and Induced then, to make-.
tell if could talk. How
IOf.g ays Maggie Hickox of Midland. Mich. they they have been for the past few made therein, led by closer Investigation/,with the Vecalt' ;

'his /vmedy can be depended upon in they cry for help as the bright months. A .!.L Ire, Jacksonville; J. G. Boyd.t that it was found t* -** fined withcartidgea '
rf The Pump .
dire most seere coses. Even cholera The bearer <
fartow; A. Sessions Bonifay and W.
fntantum is cured by It- Follow the sunlight, traveling. ten feet i I- kin wan, subsequently identified a/a..
Chamberlain's Acts J. Hillman Live Oak; "The Labor Situation i .
olain directions and Cough Remedy : -
certain.printed For sale by all druggists.If a cure. Is I from the glaring pavement, or 1; DISTILLED WATER--Fre Delivery on Nature's Plan -The Difficulties that Confront 'revolutionist :, .

...... miles thro' i < the Operator and the Remedy by F*. !
Ypr 95,000,000 space, L The most successful medicines are STOP TTI .
two.....nt.rre....Mrt"a t tIatIIttw one is to Judge from newspapertalk o t those that air nature. Chamberlain's J. Ollara, Buffalo Bluff; discussion
esr rats..h aMsslsss. is gratis, it looks like Hon. Eugene S. hurls its rays upon a delicate I z Cough Remedy acts on this plan. Takeit on the subject by T. L. Acosta. Jack.. A neglected bronchial cough or -old: may leadto
or lung trouble.
ssst.etws. bmn N hst usaw Yard Muss_ Mathews of Bradford county has the and overworked retina. Callon when you have a cold and it will onviUe; S. A. Alford. Chipley: J. Kl I'Don't serious take chances when Ftoley's'Hon--
'rulge all his for the jZ l'allay the relieve the M. O. Over-
Sent anywhere In the Called State oaten on opponents cough lungs aide Cheyney Tarpon Springs; and Tar afford perfect MeurttyHl
-oeakerrhip: of the next house of rep- DR. D. M. Boer, Eyesight :mZ > tGratlfn. open the secretions and Orlando W. E.' Jacksonville ey '
.. day test to trove tu superiority. m street ; Cummer -J from serious effects of a. .cold.1bra .*! ..Sow -.
Beaulta Count, a han4110me book of egentatlves of Florida. Mr. Mathewss Specialist Parlors in ICEw aid nature in restoring the system to ; E. P. Thagard Ocala;; W. M. an dealers .
valuable typewriter information and : the brilliant: editor of the Starke Optical Z a healtjy condition. Thousands have .J g- jg
tree ToomerJacksonville The Immigration -t v .
of Bearcat representative ; -
name Telegraph, and no man connected with testified to Its superior excellence. Itcounteract.8 ig
; Ocala Fla.
nary: Building ?
cpo request = Problem by Edwin Brobston. BL., McMahon, a. prdfcperotu e'otoredfarmer
; the: press of the state stands: higher any tendency of a cold to
REMINCTONSHOLESMajestic Is better thought of by his breth- He will examine them and a result In pneumonia. Price 25 cents. chairman of the Immigration committee. of the Bpi tchton section. Sa tin

Building Chicagoand n and co-laborers than he.-Madin I Large size 54 cents nor sale by all Jacksonville board of trade; addresses -I UT securing a license to open

Jacksonville, Fla. f M9I JE' New Enterprise. put them at ea. e. OCALA ICE & FUEL CO.. Ocala, Fl*. druggists.! '_ by factors.n "The Factor and a commissary. near. his come, : :;@i

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.PAGE FOUR ,__ .. ...'OCALA EVENiNG.STAR AR* MONDAY; -SEPTEMBER"3-1906_ __ .... V $ '- -

t i I '" '. t -, 'f- -

f -1,Checkered- GIMy Ksw Is Baby Inlay.? A. CHiLD"S', '' _FATAL --..... WINDLE, IS., 'f9 f_ $trI t =-

I Luck Wer ...
Thought "
i '
Better thank In fact,quite well .:
you ; .
i" Agony 'New ami First :,: .
Fat round and fall of life and mischief .
When a pack (Original.] Pink and white flesh dotted with dear Trenton. N. J. Sept. i:"" AppoM...... '-
you open CflBter th& Uire rTeariW;
-1t'. too bad"i >! No indigestion,
4 ei. cough, no
age of Uneeda Biscuit am ,dresdfuHr sorry my dear AH on account of 'died IVUIIam Saturday McClister.night in of + ,; .' .American Plan 2.00", ".",_
young lady."*"It-Maid not be helped." hour after she had swallowed $2.50 ,per day: ,/

it's like opening the oven **1 bare been oontixis on this storyto the pHIshf child's, h mother bad been ,- ,' ( European Plan Roosi*,_tom, :
fire toe a literary reputation. You :
The little girt-was playing person? 75a peru day B4p.
hare ruined all these
door and taking them out topes"This house and' finding the pellets Special k11 rates.
was ridiculous. The was
were sugar-coated, thought they
crisp fresh and clean. below the arjrage- candy :and ate the contents of I Center of City./ Kaariiit: .' .

The truth is that Hawkins the editor administered by: a mother whose lor.i She became violently ill shortly ;sl Car Lines, Opea sal tie>
and. a. physician was @
and proprietor the magazine was tempered with common sense. I by the- tithe he arrived the Year Rooms',with Iwftu: ;

Uneeda Biscuit I bad no business to go away auj leaveme She knows that OZOMULSION U beyond medical aid. :Extra: Charge. *' o. rjyj: :

a scatter brained roonsster. hi a fountain of energy for crown-opt, Each pill contained a '" '
I full controL I had host of friend. It of flesh. It makesplenty beiiadona and strychnine. -,
too. waste
H stops F_ : .
are the only ) SodaCrackers. and my mind was absorbed with youthful of rich blood. For pale feebler died In great agony, the doctor Proprietor, I JacksoGvffie, _"::
unable to even alleviate her "
pleasures. As tomy work: at the folk it is the chief nocrisher at life s Bos from Depot and Steam Ships -_' :

Others cease editorial rooms. Howkins bad arranged :; feast. It cures Consumption when MANY ATTRACTIVE "f

everything before his departure, so taken in tim% AD druggists sell it- AtEXTREMELY- __ j _':_ n,S

be "crackers" after a that there was nothing to do bat take 50 cents and $rxo the bottle. Let u.siend. LOW .
the ropy for the next issue out of his THE AUTUMN MOMTW
hours to the desk and send it .to the t"amIJObin, ..:ou Via

exposure room. .Am3n: r other copy I pent c.I't .> a Free Sample Softie by Mail
called -\Vhafa It All AboutT* SOUTHERNFROM THE
air. Open a package of ..T. Mildred Eaton. lJ"t Write letter or postal toOZOMUL.SION I mt

desk one FriJay afternoon CO. > ;

Uneeda Biscuit to-day. I tory to going into the country; till the I 88 Pine Street Ht w YoreHEADACHE. $20.70 Richmond. Vav and Mountain*

following Tuesday when a messagecite : ; I -- -- -. Tickets on sale September 2. S. -4 ;.::-. a
5? down from the comp sio; ram: t 5; limit September 13. REACHED VIA :- ,

that the,story "AMiafs It All About5" i. $32.95 Oklahoma City O. T, .\->,..-c-

was incomplete. 1 called for the copy I turn. Tickets otr sale- :
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANVTHE and found the last two chapters ntiss- a and 9; limit. September 1 4. e1 Chattanooga iand'St. i-- : ;

2510. Baltimore; Md, and ; -

inz.Here<< was a pretty kettle or fish. I' "My therb.dbe-aa.a4.erfene.skibesdaele Ticket on sale September- &, ::!;

ransacked the office without success: for r.1i.r..Ht the last hebezta twemtJ-flTe tekiac jreara roar u4 CMCUCU.Berer fouwi Siac mr* 10; limit. September 11$34..9 .. Louis Ra wa 'I
5, Torontq/Ont. and return.
;?nt for the author and was infarmeitwat : ber5a takinc CaMarct h* bu seer cad '
the kewUcae. They AST* .stiralr eared his ets on sale September 12 to 1$ l/f ""7 ,, '
she had gone on 'Si trip uo one Cueweu d*that ncomnead them to IwiU Sale Until R ,
JOB it September 24; extension Tickets; at Very Low Rate s on Daily Septetnb. .
knew where. What was I to d,? Give i civ ; -
31 1906
Limited to October .J.-
OCKLAWAHA INN L.1I.Dkkw5,11*E.aiaerBt,Wdadi ap.a.Iad. tober 24. : =
cp my outing to search for a needle in 1035. Atlanta Ga, and return. BEiAUTIFrLl.T 1LLU 8TKATED Folder of Resorts Readied:: '- '"
) :a: haystack Not I. My resoluUjjwas I .. .4 .
Best For i ets on sale September ? : :.. -""--
taken. It was: then 2 o'clock. Ey : limit, October 7; extension to \1

A Pleasant, Homelike__House 4 I could skim the manuscript, by G I I The bowels 'r ber %%. .'. "-,

I ejold write the last chapters and be i ;. 2070. Richmond Va. and DIXIE FLYER ROUTE :.--; .

f .,f Elegant! Airy Rooms and the ready for the 7 clock train instead of i I I Tickets on sale October 1; -- _
tober 8. '
the 3 o'c-Lx-k. as I had intended. CAttmr C TnaRiiG -To- / 4 -_
Table Had I taken more time and myr, $44.70, San Francisco and Los .. "
i- very Choicest Board. put one way (second class). T1c Chicago and All Points West aid I Northwest. Thropgfcv'man : Pull.- :
z '. r.rind on my workinstead of dwelling I sale daily September 15 to : Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping; Cars. f : ,=
: : Rates Sonimrr ca the outing I was to hive afraid all -
in to
I t t;(r 31. t '?
I the while that I would miss the tra Lathe _.. THROUGH CHICAGO ,
t PI Palatabto.Potent.Tut Good.t> Good $37!)(0, Washington D. C, and
j last till the _xt-morning I giekea.Weak_or Gripe.Me.Be.S c.Nmrold
Weekly and Monthly Board might im .balk. Th.r ania. tablet *tamp.4 000. Ttoktt on sale daily to Leaves Jacksonville 9 ; :
.. _.. p.m. i
f Lave done fairly welLs it was I I 6B r nt rf to car or Jour j back. 30: limit October 3L

made a frightful mess of the job.:;_ I Sterling Remedy Co..Chicago or N.Y. 598 $4t&5 Chicago IIU and return. 't Full Information: .,Bates, Reservations. Etc.. ell; -en' F.C?"
ers.MRS. j mistook the hero for the villain and ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES 'ets on pale daily to / *' '_
I .
-- -t..r HATCHELL, ; brought: tha story to a close by putting limit. October 31. : '
I i ip his month a hign flown, virtuous I $54.10 Saratoga N. Y, and I COLE DAN LEY ; f
via New York allowing ten Florida Pas Agent. 21$ West Bay Street. Jacksonvitle,"!"!*.
J -- _' Proprietress. enunciation The-heroine I made to enser -
; :
,., )!.r';: "' ; : I. UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF ;
> -' 'N, :< "- ...: y take a back seat, but fortunately on atop over Washington ;
OCALA FLORIDA the same bench with the her, I finfcbed MEDICINE RJfRHG':N I'lO Philadelphia or New York. : {; --
on sale daily to September 30;
; the work at ha'.f' past ti. gave it :i STUART McGUinr.: M. D. P-i IOf WT. October 3L .

I to a composing room messenger who Tills Coileit conforms to the Standards :Many other attractive rates., I
| was waiting for it, and made a dash I+ fixed by law for Medical Education.Send tot For further information !
Bulletin No.11,which tells about it. UHDTRIP, AND CHEAP ONE WAY .
for the train. J I Three free catalogues-Specify DeparlmeatMEDICINEDENTISTRYPHARMACY T. K.
I Well! the storjr came-out, and with' I City Passenger and Ticket

j i itcame the author, a pretty girl of ; JAMES RATES -TO

HealthMore is ]I twenty who sought me In my office District Passenger
= l i with tears In her eyes. Had she storm- l 103 West Bay Street

Than .i jed I could have stood up against her Phone l 743. &. NORTHWEST*: :

j manfully. As it WItS I
Wealth" to weep, not at the position my hel_ Ito mote I LOW ROUND TRIPS VIA trip Bummer Excursions from all points Rust to Pa. .

blunder bail placed me in. but that I 'I darning If you buy claf
LOUISVILLE & KASHYILLE i should have ruined her hopes of literary -
, DIBJrDaPtlSiBry:
att aa U.seBALLARD'S tame. I to'-d: her that I seriously I privilege, good retnrntngjo October 31st. 150S. :-
saovt The Louisville &: Nashville R ...,
} LINIMENT I meditated drowning myself. Since I will sell round trip rates from o ..
made the threat with bead buried 1 AH the ropnLir colors.F j }
my aeeount -
= >r :Mcu Wonted sonville to points shown on trip ticket Baptist Convention. San FY D- :
KINO in my arms both' bead and arms rest- 1 t .sot; ooiin lot d4pairstarfxsaCot dieated. Proportionately low ,
j! 1 and Los Angeles,. on sale;;from September 2nd to 14th; fInal22 ,_ :
ing on desk whole body stating from other points.
my my '
1 "
.: SNOW OF '', 1
| convulsively, she feared I would I I too.6 pail s for J LSII. 17.65 Memphis Tenn and October; 31 st. '..;.T* :"T ""'i
For Ladies; Egyptian cotton pair
1' l carry it out. When she raised my face J for inch A fmaramiet tif&et tnti Tickets on sale September 9 ,

LINIMENTAND TE with! her own soft bands and I looked ,l.u .. inclusive Final return limit '
\ into her tear dimmed but forgivingeyes. 1 I I VOBSA4AM. n leave Memphis returning Colonist-one way tickets to. California: and Northwest* '-' 1 1'Xs

I was filled with shame. I j jf 20 1906. August 27th. to October'ilst* ,t _, *" t
dear Miss $3220. Dallas Tex, and return.CO.'y 0-
"My Eaton. I sobbed "let 1 : > ,1:
FISH EL Ocal Fla. ets sold October 6 and 7. _
us hope that out of this misfortunemay f .
you will always have good health. What Is more to a man .... turn limit 21 days from date the through' aervlce of the SO SOtmtKRN PA-'
than good health? All the money In the world can't make Come some reparation for you $32. 0r Buffalo. N. Y-, and splendid '
happiness where health is unknown. Ballard's Snow Liniment which taken at the flood, will lead to Tickets sold October 10. 11 from New Orleans ors"CNlON; PACIFIC' from SC Loui.'ltr'

Rheumatism Cuts, Burns Sprains Neuralgia fortune. I am one of those fellows Final return limit leaving -** '
to destination, with Steamship line to .Japan China
CURES Sores Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles. Lame whose lives are a chain of lucky and: October 19, 1906. --
-4r -<
Back and all the IUs that Flesh is Heir to. unlucky incidents. I am constantly $19.60 New OrleanS; La, and : 0 i

meeting with misfortune-my own Tickets sold October 12 to 'i
One Who Knows. Write for Rates and Information.J. .
fault I dare say-but I always come elusive.; Final return limit .

J. O. Scott Salt :LakeCittv. Utah. writes; I cannot out ahead in the game. Write a new I cial 30. agent By depositing at New Orleans ticket F. VAN RENFSEUAKR, General Agent. J
too highly praise 's Snow Liniment-for story, and I will use all my Influence
I ing fee of 50 cents,
the relief of acute rheumatism caused by sudden change with Mr. Howkina to hare it published return limit can be an secured -124 Pea htree SC. Atlanta Ga. _

and exposure to the weather. I also recommend yourBallara's ws -special feature.' Now tell me I ,.,. f-.. November 30, 1996. i' .,

Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds. that yon forgive me." I I cdioon.I 17.65 Memphis, Tenru, and' I
These used togoether. fy all pain. She her
put out band smiling throughher I I t Tickets sold October 15 16

GET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes 25c SOc, $1.00 tears and went away, leaving me 'I' 18. Final return limit. II I :

to ga on repenting my carelessness.: By depositing ticket with !! t'-
\\hen the first batch of criticisms for agent at Memphis and paying

Ballard Snow Liniment Co. the story of the magazine came in I II + Y I 50 cents an extension of East Coast Railway:

braced myself to bear the references to- it may be"secured until

500-502 North Second Street tbe tale I bad ruined as one about to I I 30 1906.
be executed nerves himself for the i $4&05 Chicago Ills, and 66' -
ors Card No. la Effect ApriII6.I" .
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. deaL With the first I caught a taint I Phonographs from Yin to J50. Over I' ets on sale daily to
*00 different records In stock to-select Final return limit October
gleam of hope. Here it is BOUitD-1 1D UP"
from. A. E. Burnett the Jeweler, exclusive $57.90 Denver Colorado Sp
The story by Miss Eaton. "What's It agent for Oeala. I' Pueblo Colorado and return.
All About?" 1s,. judging from Its *
name. eta on sale' daily to 29 b.7i M
Sold and Recommended by what it la doubtless intended to te-* l I Final return limit October 31 Dad, 6TATIOS3.U t/sa/
puzzle. What principles are covered under l I a
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore the strange ending probably only I ''I 3840. Hot,-Spring, rltand arm IK.. ck oBTnie_ .or 7 45ps O
students of the introspective school will Tickets on sale daily. Final Bam 5outaluk.on W iw TlTpa f
be able limit 90 from date of 40un _st.Aagasta. 0. 1IIps7
to explain satisfactorily. In this days Item .. Eastinn.. *>4pmpm 6
respect the story will excite great Interest I Daily to September 30, Vets Fact Pal tka_-._. i a

summer tourist tickets will be I I W m Ar, Falatii J.. 4lpu
The next was evidently a criticismby =R i at various resorts. Full 10aml&am LY Palatka" ..A.rr f ipm 6
Ar- .._..SaIl Mateo... _
some critic who was possibly hurrying schedules,,time tables etc. win Ly SaD lfako ar 9ipaiitfpta -

as I had done, to the country and i,i nished rromptly on application.G. .. J2pDl LY :Bu.tweila_ ry a7pm
odol Lad only skimmed the early part of E. .. r 4Qpm Dupo 4 21pm i

the story, for he pronounced the end- I Fla. Pass Agt 1* & X. S.pDl .-. _Of1DOlld"Da11oVA" ispm !4 44sas welt .. r

ing "just what might be expected in I 118 W. Bay SU .. "pm .....-...._ .. Port Oran;.".. .,r.. i 5pm has ,,
: this inferior class of work.: The I ,
"pm Lake Helen- ;LT Upm
third spokeof the pleasant style in l LOW ROUND TRIP: !! Upm .lJl== Oranre City__ 12 5Opm f Wpm ?
which "What's It All \boutr" was StMnl1G? EXCURSION Qipm Orutn City Jl1IIftIou" 3445 a HIM. :
s s a nar .PSC r IIpm; r1ex myr'- .sr I ibpm 4 Orsm ,' ',:,
\\ easy way of criticising a .. _.. .. ,. -
Atlantic 4r pm Oak HID t. 2 Sepia i a
story the critic is too busy to read. THE PERFECTION CANOPY II Via Coast Kpra Ar _' .. 4 nip.

Dyspepsia Seven critics gave but pathetical ex: for wood and iron bels and children's (H2-00 Washington D. C. : Stem -2Ar 11 .. #
Ls Sanford f U10
planations of the mystery attending cribs, supplied with either boblret of I to September 30. AU tickets tOpa265pm
16pm Ly TUUT1lle -Ar
the closing chapters. In the whole plain netting to October 3L$36.65.Oklahoma
61pm : .Lv A 124pm 2 r
batch of criticisms there was not ou.whleh. .- For Sal by Mclver and MacKay. i Cit O. T. : : stem EoekledAe 120po I ling .
\ ure sale September 7. S and 9. 22pa Eau can.& 1247pm 117.
I ..
indicated that the story hart ICopm __)i b08me .;
r limit to leave Oklahoma b li limas
10pm60pm Rt-.w 11 Ram
been slaughtered by a graceless *
Gives f tember 14. N .. 1St.Leeie..... ..". .-.. UStemW U lOa't o *-.
rest to the stomach. Cures digestion! ,dyspepsia, our stomach. a hurry to get away on a pleasuretrip. Upm4lpm : ...r.port Pierce--- '-' :: foam 11Mp4 *i"f
tired stomach weak % $28.15.i Baltimore, Md. Ticket : : Tlbbb.2' .:;: U17aml U 13pa '
stomach windy stomach puffed stomach neryotuff September 8. 9 and 10 E4e1 ,. ., .,.".... .. 13amlOObara 1115ps
mach and In view of the attention thee ."itclsms Jensen 10 o5.a O5p
catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure. called to the story the ar.'hor t I limit to leave Baltimore 1 :46pm f7pm : atcart / a tips- >
17th. Bpm Bobs Stead__ a 14.m 10"4Op1ll '
.. ; L 0/f. wad r..Erne difficulty in securing ; nb- Va. .. Weft' Japlter a 0 Uam 30 ODpia -
..r.ryaceai .... ,. e1t r $23.75, Richmond, Rate of .. _" .
Bi.mttt a w ..a..u. Usher for it in book form. It was cxkslUered Upm West Palm Beael1---: 845cmsaoam acpaa
.wan :a. a R.... YtN.r I rat d.. plus 25 cents. Tickets on .... = 4lpm60pm :' rcs-- : :Dips ,
too deep to have a large ale ,, tember 2 to S, inclusive betray O 12amJ26am i -
SOLD BY THE ANTI-MONCPOLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLA except among; critical, analytical. p!1.:!> I rr j I limit to Semptember 13.j11.g5 47pm 40pm -- Port l'aa1a Laaderdale...,._,_ .. 7 Item Y f' 1

sophical and skeptical i eope! b.t it KpQ IIAUaud-1.e 7 Oxm 7
std learn Atlanta Ga. Tickets ..
ailments i
And led &Soatoar 1
made a name fdr the author! and she about c* Sept 1%. IS. 16. 17 and IS. I =: :r- r"Cmt L- < 43ameu> 7 Jeepa f

has made a fortune. limit September 25. _...;At :
NORTHWESTERN CANADAOn I suppose I should have bad the Tablets I be bad to October 10. Atl'e A _ILvr -
haggard's Specific
modesty to consider myself well nit i : $20J)5.) Memphis Tenn.
Can on trains 29 and A Buffet Beeping Can ea trains S*and!a.
of a bad scrape.aud acknowledge: my and Suppositories sale September 9 to 1%. boaday. '

the Line of the fault To How kins: I did: to Mi** i with final limit September 29.
tt Eaton I did not: I threw out a ant the oH reliable cure for IntSgntioa.Ner- $3&00 Toronto Ont Canada. .Nel7IL16 J tNetil.a/ Ita20I

J.- that seeing the story! as she bad: vrit- Tons D_b2 y. Computing Kidney and on sale September 12-15, lfYl'QaT 6>tANtllr E rJ ..
with final limit September %1.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAYs ten it was doomed to failure I had ''On- l' rigor Troubles Lett Vkalkr azd tHt tension to October 24 may be Debi a.,. IiaO, IIa9y 3 -: ..

coded a scheme to make It a sue -ess I Ladred ter.P'.k.,etc. chills a l Summer tourist rates to all ,'
1 2 10 LeJaeksoevnl.a 7(tK, a f 6 O
and make her famous. Her gratitudegave I l5I ens at;Opc rbonert5yttiI toast tesorts. Tickets are on sale 201p10; .,._SoatJ.ekaoavWe_ Lvaft.} $B12 f O1
Offers( the Best Opportunities on the American toe not only her for a wife but cf Aodros til September 39. 'with final 24Op1I0 BebioDe.cA.,.. ," ( e2'i. eois 13 i O t
I fitfted open receipt fttce. time before 44lp lO ri.aUe --' t.1e 7b+a 121sp( i _i : > ,
return or oe
the of her any
.:. Continent to management EMERY FORSYTHE. Hazard SpccidC Cou.Atlanta.Ca.L.ALEXA. 3L a lip UDI.sAr Ygpoft-.Lvl C0 74oa'U si 6 S

For further Information ill OCClEEmi STEAMSfflP CeSXECTIOSS AT lUlL ': ,:
nearest agent or J. G. .
I : Made at Atari wit! Steaaailps. .( Ue P. ft 0. S. S. ., ;11! r '
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment I I ..YDERPractical ,1-<<
Thousands. of Settlers have Located there During the Pat I will cure blind bleeding ulcerated and l|, 1 SEABOARD AIR LINE Havana and Key West '.
itching piles. It absorbs the tumors., I< "
Few Years. There's Room for Thousands
3 More allays the Itching at once. acts ss a ;! Arrival and Deo art ure of
I poultice. gives immediate relief Dr. ;i Ocala Two Sailings Each Week. -"
Oar Booklet "WESTERN CANADA Will Give You AVUHams' Indian Pile Ointment is prepared CARPENTER AND ALDER$ Day Trains
for piles and Itching of the pri-; Northbound. .. .. .. ..,12S7 Discharge Passengers t,Ship'* Side. No Transfer .!I.
Foil Particulars. Sent Free.LOW rate parts. Every box Is guaranteed j Careful estimates made on all contract Southbound.. .. _. .. .. 2:20 .-- i
a I Sold by Tydings & Co. By mall. 50 i work Gives more and better work Night Trains .TaUa ihow tae Umea at vhleb bate may enoede4&oarrtn st sd..,.. --'i_ ,
cents and JL Williams Jlanufae ur- for tte: thus other eon- Northbound .. ... ..___ .. %:10 ataaooc.bat their arrival c* det rt RATES FROM ALL POINTS TO EUROPE lag Company proprietors. Clevelind tractor in,money the city any Southbound..,,. ... ... ..,. %: 7 to be Mid respoadbie fmsayd.aysoemr emaegommsaridng! the .',::_ f .

: Ohio. Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other lalormatloa :.,,,,,:,k .
jf C. E E. USSHER.: General Passen ger Agent Montreal. Quebec. I GENUINE GOLD MOULDED '- :- : .
closets and buffets XAL.r CORDS 25 CENTS. A "SEE THE TICKET AGENT. j
E. V- VSKINNER. Elegant new : < -
% Aaslstant Traffic Manager 1 and_158 Broadway, 281 combined. Call !*: OF 500 JUST IN. COME AND -
and closets :
Fifth Avenue New '" ohtfia. : Asst. Pass. ST. AOOVSTIN2... F1.A ". ;x:
Tork. N. Y. and see them at Mclver & MacKany'a, .care. So tflatf* THEM. OCALA FURNITURE Qen'I. Act-. : .:
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