The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
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 )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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mne 12, Number 75

OCAT A, FLORIDA, 1tiu suAY, SEPTERE R 6, 1906

.! Novel


25C. A CAN

I Oc a pound

I ; t -t s, I l

\\iii f r

srlel Green ageI


.> Plums at
25c a can
i \ \ E lt> 'i'l f fr
i;t- ;an d till
1'* -1,


S~- Anvwbtert. Any Time,
'etn Needed.
mbalmong and Fun-
S s a Delicate One
-' btst for You to En-
':D- ,- to Those who Appre-
,. ({V. and Whose Know-
SHig~ht Standard
S:i0 Night 94 and 167
bOLE'TS, Ocala, Fla.


a Complete
Sery Consisti
1)\ I.

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Stock of


Phone No. 15

Turns Down the Cuban Veterans Who
Are Anxious to Help in Bringing And Get Our Prices o,
ut p And Get Our Prices on
Ha.iv'ana. Sept 6 -G---n. Cenreco. rep-
r.. -:ting the Cuban veterans, had a
.s,. talk with President Palma yes- and I
* I... with a view of arbitrating the
i f:. '.-nce tbtween the government
.n,' 'hs- retool, W e are also prepare
l'r- -ident Palnma t,!, the general
.the+ v,-t.-rans \tere welcome to
.-n the retl.* and persuade them Telephone Lines and
; la down their arms. in which case
'ie-\ itould be free to leave the country eral Repair W crk.
**: return unmolested to their homes
is, virtue of the recent offer of am-
'. .-i But. he added. if the veterans S-op and Sale Rooms Oppa
* .'.; this course they would act mere-
an .- rt ivate citizens The govern- o..,uld n'ot consent to treat H E FLORIDA PLUMB
through then, or in any other way
- ith the rbelt-. Phon 15. B. W.
W\\h~eni G-n. i'brec-o l-ft the palace
i. trlt i ;+-. Mir-ui. the chief diaburs-
iii offic-ier of, the Army of Liberation.
t. !,, .n s.-eine tehrero's downcast face,
-;. *"Iidn I tel! vlyou that the old
.i.,n \,,ul,' not listen. +-vcen for the F. & I
.H:Il -'.I sake"
';.-n e-bit-ro, answered s-adIly." You
*-r., right. A regular communi-
This kills the la.t hope of an ami- cation of Marion-Dunn Lodge. No. 19,
.,th!- -ettleinent of the recent troubles, F. & A. M.. will be held in the temple.

SElectric Wiring, Fans


red to build and repair

Motors, and do Gen-

mite the Postoffie Drugstore

MacDONAD, Manage.

: .i \\ ll cost the government the sym- Thursday evening. Sept. 6. W. E. Bryant. Secretary.
: :,y "f thr. veterans. Visiting brothers cordially invited.
:'-n. Mir,. .who was one of the most N. I. Gottlieb, W. M. DUVAL i& *; LiiSE
T.T.rinirtlit generals in the War of Lib- Jake. Brown. Secretary.
.;,,,on su're-eding Mice when the. The Duval county commissioners
i. r \\as killed. said. THE TEXAS WONDER have appropriated $1000 to help make
"Thlt- ,,\vt-rtinent s filly in not re-
nizing thil- veteranss is apparent. Cures all kidney, bladder and rheu- -,n exhibition at the Florida State Fair.
4 oans so. h as are now in the field m.atic troubles. Sold by all druggists,
t df y by b kigor o month's treatment by mail for BOARDING AND LODGING
Sn hli .,ut indefinitel-y by breaking $1. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street,
t,: inrit ,Irmberl,-ss parties of forty or St. Louis. Mo. Send for testimonials. I have rented the old McGrath rest-
t'11 men. Spain's experience should old in Ocala by the Anti-Monopolyden and am prepared to take board-
..;.-v- :.ught the government officers Drugstore. dence and am prepared take boar-
I,.i.e,. but they are not the men who ers or rent rooms. I.
t.-ught in the war for independence. BURNED IN HIS HOME Knight.
1 could tak,- a few negro and defy
;ll tihe for-cs the government can Fearful Death of a Prominent Alabama R. FULLER. LF. BLALOCK.
raz." ti Farmer While Helpless in an
k-#n <'e-hreeno said. after leaving the Epilep A tIi it
,-al.c. th;ia he dreaded the task of Epileptic Fit FULLER & BLALOCK
,.-!l ,h-. verans the answer he re- Selma. Ala.. Sept. 6.-Tom Woods. a DENTAL SURGEONS
Iv-. f,.r'- Pres.ide-nt Pnal ,-white man. w-as burned to death in his DENTAL SURGEONS
holme thr+e ,miles from this city last l ffet i Oaer urer dJ Cb.bliss' Bill
OF INTEREST TO MANY night. Olic iOer IMn Cbambliss' BUk
F, ,)'l Kidney Cure will cure any \Woods was a very prominent farm- OCALA, A.
,':.s ,,f kidne-y or bladder trouble that er. and well known throughout this
i- niot h.vfynd the reach of medicine, entire section of the state. The fire
N,, metdicin.- can dc more. Sold by which burned him to death and con-I T
S..a,'ss. sumed the house occurred at a late _
FAIRFIELD hour. The cause of the fire is not
School Has Opened-Sudden Death of Woods was alone in the house and
Jc l was known to be subject to enilep-
a Little Boy tic fits. and it is presumed that in LA BRO
School started here Monday. Some having one of these fits the fire was
thirty pupils were present. started.
,:!.-s I.lla Smith and Miss Mamle VWoods was not known to have an
I, ,..' i t w-nt to Ocala Monday to stand enemy, and robbery could not have HAVE WHAT YOU WANT

in Kis.ninme the past seven or eight to the place to hide the crime. The
,.mnths. came home last week. general belief is to the effect that it Virginia Cured Hams.
Mr andl Harvey Jernigan left uas an accident caused from one of
.i- tihe South Friday. where they will his fits, and being alone he could get Swift' Premium Hams.
' iake their home. no help. and was burned to death as A r S r Ham
rsr .T JT. Thomas and children, with a result. Armour's Star Hams.

te \. Martin of Citra. were guests of
ng Of ,r- A. A Jones here. Monday.
VTr. C attrell has been very ill re-
MlO ).DS ;ie-ntly. lut is improving.
TCHES, Mrs. L. E. Mangum has been very

Mr. and Mrs. Shad Atkinson of Fel-
C LIT GI.ASS, I,,l..hip visited relatives here last
\\\ e-k
Mr. ,J L.. Walker went to Dunnellon
S"i T kElI. IAS. s.., .,lta' to se his wife and children
\- .- iI ar,,i tamtn in again Sunday afternoon.
-1 iI J C I K I, 'I ,s

-A nd
Nii .R DS




ic Ar
v ing

:s Som
L very 4

-r. R. T. t'rouch and her sister.
" s < Fl,,ri, Jet.nings. visited Miss
y, i flc1-.- s in Micanopy Tliurs.%iy.
.r. Jin'nie Phillips has returnedd
Si.rerinten!E-nt Cutler was here
.l.nday looc ing after the railroad.
Mri- ttt., Iohric %rvnt to, Ocala last

Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold
A. J. Nusbaum. Batesville. Indiana.
writes: "Last year I suffered for three
months with a summer cold so dis-
tressing that it interfered with my
business. I had many of the symp-
torns of 1~ay fever, and a doctor's pres-
cription did not reach my case. and I
took several medicines which seemed
to only avgravate my case. Fortunate-
ly I insisted upon having Foley's Hon-
ey and Tar in the yellow package, and
it quickly cui-rd me. My wife has
since used Foley's Hontey and Tar with
tlih' alii success." Sold by all deal-

g g p 4 y
04 L. 9.# PS &

'A LAT!urasda'-. and ttith the hand b oys theni laeon Kl *KUuc lard's Horehound Syrup will cure that
(H '.A. t..'k a plaGant trip to the lake on D INTIAL U N E 5 d17 I cough. Mrs. S-. Great Falls, Mon-
ith. baIln excursion. O otiI D174 tana, writes: "I have used Ballard's
FIjA .~ry iler.-on w.hi has crippled or sick 0ffle Upstlirs, Commercial Bal Bld'g Horehound Syrup in my family for
l-horses mnay all on A. M. Matheuws at years--my children never suffer with PFI<
'Pairfield. andi he will treat them. No OCALA FLA, coughs. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
S-ia taT DISTILLED WATER-Free Delivery
AcKAY hIrc ill be preaching at the M. T s, LABOR IN POLITICS
s! rch S'r, da'- morning and even-
et 1 )-* *"-".d> .Ittend. T-
l.ittTORS Itle .ele .IJnes. tive years of _____0_
- DIRECTORS 'A S.tock __ yearsIor I Union Working Men of Duval County
:hr, so., of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jones. A Choice St k Put a Ticket in the Field
rs and Embalmers ,: t4-e-n ith congestion of the lit- S. J. Triplett. president of the ty- M
M G BROWN 1ud dinly, Thursday after- Of Fresh Beet, Pork 2 ,pographical un!on of Jacksonville, is
M. G. BROWN little fel ..low was the idol spending a few days in Tampa. Mr.
ndertakers !t i i ':- :-nts aiii, loved by all who nd Mutj, : s Triplett states that the principal item lfd a
d B ia Mr. n Mlrs Jines wish a of interest in labor circles in the city
S and Burial RObes : ,- heir appreciation to the on the St. Johns is t4at all of the la-
ne b Licensed Em . : ; -. he, for their mnany kind- Vegetables, Fruits, Poultry, OCALA ICE A FUEL CO, Ocala, Fla. boring organizations of the city held
n b cened m l,-,, ..ay Eggso Fiv er bOylesssts a political convention last Monday at
SGuaranteed Eggs, Fish, Oysters and which four candidates were nominat- Daily Rates,
LVE- TUSSLE Choice Fresh Family Groc THE H Ed ITA GE ed: w. T. Simmons for sheriff. W. J.
t A LIVELY TUSSLE E H R I Wilson for the senate, Charles Leidy The Hotel contain
t Oi h that ..i.l en .my of the race. con- eries, aways n and rom DAIRY and Frank LT Tralnham for the house bay front.
St .on. t,.tn inds in appendicitis, which to do your marketing. of representatives, the three latter Launch "Ada Ma
at., 'ir all serious trouble w then or brain us o r lrsh and Pure Milk and Cream De gentlemen holding cards in the differ- and 5:30 p. I
S.livr and ls. take Dr. nd or bring us E Mornin at Yor ent unions and the first named being
SKint NT Lift illt-. They perfect- drs and they will have I d Every boring at Yo a merchant who has always shown a
th g That late these organs. without i Door d ire to act fairly with the laboring
rne DOdS Not isr p rt at Tydincs & prompt attention PHONE 100 classes. Mr. Triplett says that these
one Does Not irtix-g'sls.+
-- ----. --- ---- candidates are assured the support of
Have VERMONT IS HOPELESS W E SM ITH. 30f0 organized voters and will natur-
J. Zn P eston, ally draw some votes from other
!.ll lling ti O Goes Republican by Ten Thouand o. 98 Nortli Magnolia St. Ze sources, making the probability of
,tl. t. Worse Than Four Years Ago their election more than likely.
-* 'l(ideratlWn- Tu Y s A I, According to Mr. Triplett. the labor
R .. -'1..n a pt 6.-it he repub- P ne i41 I w rle r organizations of Duval county are es-
~ n,,.nt s'i n a big vi et ary i tThe er-:d." v pecially anxious to elect Mr. Wilson T
Sa t .nf t !a lct n u f h Ito the senat-e to defeat H. H. Buck-
tx t-on! rturn r't-t.ehe reP, tre ctrica Supplies. man. the nominee of the democracy.
itil t.V tlld 44 1.ll r"'pu lican.'%as c' ts ,d go, Lernor y as they claim that his actions in the
1,..',7 ,:,ci.,'% Cle the r, All i n achines guaranteed forl'- '1T1"
S4 . I vte. e 'a (le ot. the All machines guaranteed f I+ lt letiaature were hostile to labor O 'ee'i a lather I '- 'l "e tl machines- guaranteedc interests, as shown by his action In
t ,1 ,-v.-,., ,,,,, ,tda .. re ,,,, a ,ether; I liave a well selected stockE
\,101 ,i, (uidc tit ,o.. ,a h:kin it. th.- mpririe ,.f his of Electric Fans. in both tile twice a- long as others. having postponed the mechanic's lien ALL AIL
ill and the hill for the regulation of 'O TEg


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EVENING STAR! A Wonderful Record.


C L. Btting and R. R. Cmve
F- c.rietors and PubUshers

F Attor and Generl Manimga

Editor and Susizaes Manager.

r ir- '.f 4sr~rngf Lake-
- .in j slate,
whi:r!? rnn-

.-::.~~~i? *-.~ *~i hd '*.

in xvhih i it- ,"ounly
r 4 Iorankr# Liak- be wivr, I
*"-'- '-f Alachua and Iar.or,
r-ecifll%-. that it 'h-ti..ul

*...~' f41h ard vliti-

r~.% ;I, a time whe-ri he

,- 'n the aite-r' ~of f()anc*e
-.~ F.~h,-I :I a fa l'-h .ind
.I. in Alachua'I
niar. ,% h" 'x a\~nted of-
a% hi- s--ul was his
h-rt~h war-ti~
1. '' t,ingnrdro old way in
Si..~ke '~r av .Ith-r lak'- in
v.~n\ (, f *~rc'v.r rcitt 8
'. He tI.,l a %-#-r% amus-

h h ha;N I.pri-I.
*. i Pr] I tl

*rTi ~VlA,* i i4- einsidering
cr rit iing 4nly with hook i
the- atvrs in question. and
i hat le-riative comrlmtte*
f-" hi-tinf-r. in those wt'ir-rs
-1. '.rlT. T rh'-tf than all the-
ti-r ;.t"' hate all tho- tur-
urr!t,.-r in the *. unty. and
*r. -r,- iam a- j'r'iiw'-s-d x uld
'ip'ih bio- rI- Alachuas- lead-
*.tv DI)r M'Wntwrmery' wai
.ki-man cf-r the- citizens' crnm-
** S that I'M I ~ is tilTwi-nitting

Messrs Pettexva- Brots & 04..
R *h- leading rut i'niine ot em-
-t. 'ht- stale. -1ld their St em;mer
-:~- -. qe farm t( -Mr- J S3Wary or f
.r, (;a.. for $.,ie r. W M
-n~ \%h,.h a(I i hargi- of the Pet-'
K fer!.i': iat L*-rtoy. will
*ag '4srp 1ri .e $*~.* r..-r -plac- for

h- Sterni-r c a-e.~i-v0 ll a j- U
"f the L*-noy busine.s.

M-srs J L. Smoak. Henry l.ivinr-
I o.rl-. Sistrunk and Hal Eavle,

Ao mad-- u,, isrinrov&-O n. o-t K alt
pr.#eP--Af-_ I-or. M-ref, '!- Farit! ttd- rl'-
ioin i- a moA ef-ixhiezr Prtenw Afor r-Z..-
latiBe all tthe "ortmr ri f n:-iouj-. cc: -
ing di-pl~aeemeu-. w. a-nt-. at,
#ion and r'vtro'."r' i'*,ior x-cOrisIz (.tp..z
ritsd& toniug tiw nerye-,
M. ho.t a pqC.t- Et taut" ;-O f.-. : I
ctzIr" t~he hac triu. *a'' .
the drac.gizg-dov.4.:-4 -trn-j.s in ti., r; 7
revior. thei pain and tPWud-r'-- .: -
lo~wer a*"i.0lriiial r'-irt'.1 dr. t, i
pelvic ca, rrtlai .arl .r- a:
and seakcirirng. arid Pv-er,, :..'- .'er7
form of % ",k'` rnr- incid. lit to the orgaozi i
d1-?t ni-tly fenrainln..
-'avori Pr. 'riptLot; It- e te )T.'7
whic-1; are n(),t ::fr. .1 t7. W r.[n.t 7
for-ula (n lt';~Ii' vri- _-v.-r-..:c91-.
takiiig th-ir ptrvon- :!;tt',Ut -: 'f!
fi-dnee. It 15 thtIv Y.,-_rwe
v(i-om-n. everT y in':r' -'A : 0. r,: 1. tOi hap
the TrPtwes? I Y .-- - *r!- ri-. 13f
thf. in. -t ;--a~ t ;' 4tj~ pr ,t iti n! rmz
and At&-t!- 'if *.ar uK' riw(rme: 1t' I
It for 'tie d.~-:t-- f r _ ja'.tj.'
fort-_-AT -I uz- 1i 1 !-. t- the z.

tain e. largoo j-r-?ntce ; r 4 of 21 1 o.
hnrmf.ii ini the :x ri ri. i sts-caiwi
delicate womnrr. It ;Li- mt'r'- Cet i' s
curei to its cr-dit than ail *.ther i.a-ucl-
c-a ;fir "%%in)&-n 4PI 1, 4 ol. ha,
saved thou-a ~nis *.' ~.. e-r'!.r fromn ti e
openat~ta t a"atU if -~rd 61.. ~ ::f
It has re-t:or. d(-i vat*-. 'lkriw n
strain and '. WIr% ..- h' .lh hrit viraiitr.
inking upo!i z'rhsix poetihle. u here rthrem
wa- tarr'-nni-s before. then.', ll ricalwtn.
Ing and nia :t .ng i -. mari' tw.l- It
of homesr 'tho i ,!% wf I;ttie lne) to
strGmithet. thpe rni2r :al I 'ir and a'd
sun-hine where gloom and desipondency
had r -nnd eftifore.
Writ" tI"FDr. M .V. Pi(-rao. If,- "il': end
you a pI.2n. '-e'aled en *ot-.:4
DIr. Pi-rca-'s I-'ina-Pt le' '-- ts nfot
gipe. Ti~.'y efetrer'.'ti' ccli an-e the _sv-
tof rn o! e.:miTt1riirt'
Tr'.- 1'.. g '- *.r..n Seyt'- Miicai
Askv-,r. . 1 ''e pag. ; --ent
Irct on reer-ipt of -toflTj to pay expenw-
of mailing only. Send 21 on-c int stamp-
for the booi- in paper cover. or 31 stamp.
for the cloth-bound volua AddresE
as above.


H*-rnand, tourtiy has iptl, l,' "iati-
$1. the St-ate Fair

Is now servTn g regular meals at 5S
cents also board at $6 per week. and
will continue serving orders a la carte
ac-ording to bill of fare.
G. R. TROXLER. Proprietor.


WVashinton. Sept. .--Rain tonsht..
S*.',!,-r in th,.i..-t r-,rtion F'ri'lny


A Little Sound Advice Will Help


ICarload of the Fruit Was
From Tampa
STrimpa. Fa.. Sep.. 6.--The
I .;iad *.f Ftorida ",ranr-~ -if tl
Si-- *hip! yesite-:t4ay Thi
iay earlier thdn ever befr
hi',,or of t.,*- "nin.ustry. The 1of 4V" boxes


Julius Holmes and Two Help
Burned by an Explosio

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n- x.-

L-f~'*:' of th'- r;TirY

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'i. -' 1'. % l ihjair '.'i That n
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),v-.. aciak '.'-hi, art u attf
Co th


Th- Wera-. li4 hurri,-an-
it :nt TI.- h t


S ,u "i- ;ftr. t white s <'r

.t1 1. '.r (thil.r,-n- Ite
St-.'ir it. : ti,, n an a.sii-i
-:>,ir f, ,,!. ...r>-!.gtlh nn Thei
n Z \'. i.. ;i ., '.rl'y.. happy h
* i ..*il+ ,f "V> iit '> (' r iam
S lidl by the Anti-Monopoly


If so. s-ind an advertisin
Thlrice-a-W'es-k Wi'rl.. to b
inl tht "R; -Au,-rs' Exchange'
:T',; it i ci..p anJ th<
,,',,d. If you have a farm
rr ;a pattent. or a business
-if. or an-y if lII' things tha
'.-ld or Xtihan,-. d at a prol
* offer l,-fo r' the readers of t
a-WV,-ek W l-1. Twenty-eis
$1. Write for particulars to
N-w\ Y ,rk.

Al P VkLrIJ .....1.....U. .... .. "- Many a Suf erer in Ocaa
. ,' ,- H;ait NMoon Lake. across N", woman can be healthy and well
,k:.:aha. bu: -owing tio the high 'if the kidneys are sick. Poisons, that H.,hy kilne-s ilter th
.- 'I. the- lake. and the fish feed- pass off in the urine when thc kidneys ti.v fr ," r!;,. hi ,al. and unit
Sn i pastures. th-ey caught no are well are retained in the hody when : .i.. gulii h ,-il;': is impossible
,.n-i r,,ut the kidnt-ys aae sick. Kidneys and Kiine3.y <'i. makis sound k
-. j bladder gt inflamed and .sw'!l.n,n. will ,o.tily cure all forn
.in" are the names of the V,.rcowding the delicate female (organs ," y and tilhi Nt-r diseases Ii
in are- the name f the displayi em. 'n- t whoe sstem. S
. it teachers taking examination: arbY aind sr ti displacing te. ,t.
M:- PW illn: This is the true of many bear- itaIrs.
- I M. Farra of Kentucky. will- -bacahe.
: at M Matr. will tea-h at FP-t King. - -.- .Mattie Hi.cks. Ivn; roira auses h*-ad;a h--. dizzy spv'ls. lan- lt. ::. in. it- nan
M-Iattle Hick Loevtwn. ;rr : 1ii -na n
8::-ay of Georgia. will teach at alri- Lguir. nervouusne- and rheumatic t a,. reon,,nmen.,
Spin-m. Mis sMcAuley. R-ikti.k: lpr strict :\* .1.-ir. H. D. Evi
'-m. Miss McAuley. Reddic-k: h.-n suffering. try Dtoan's Kidney trity oi r. H. .
J-nnin. M Payne. Fairfield. Mi-ss 'hn ffnt. Fli.
1; I. Reynolds. Lynne.. Miss Tella Pil!s. the remedy that cures sick kid- --
1- :h 1Pai-ld:. Miss C< A Wel. ;., -. You will get better as the kid- STOP IT!
'W.1,, ill teach at ,Cira. n-ys gp t better, and health will return A nec ,d ,ugh r c l
Nwh-hn the kidneys are well. t e i ronch!.il or lun
.Mrs. R. I. Keene. living at Hicks II ,l't t.ik-,,c.-s v he.n F,)
it s.,me trublic -spirited citizen or .ndi Lee Ave.. Waycr.,ss. Ga.. says: "*I 1 ani Tat a;ffn!l-i Ilerfect
ze!,ess will <-:,rT a first class board- t.sed t:oan's Kidney Pills and found fri.-in se.ri, :s .-ff(ect ef a
'-. \.i i. i diiing room where great relief for backache and can re- 1, i!i I fal rs.
S'.ar ;, -,;: with their coats off. he or .ommend them very highly. I have
- ,. i ;,lably get a large share of t.*-en a great sufferer from backache T:.,l-lvi hunr.r-l andl fifty
c* u. -i)tm of the men whose fam- f,or many years. A terrible pain across ffoi-nelr for th., a.l'ireh'nsi
*- at'.- absent every summer It is iy lins. sometimes so severe as to r:m iul:t-r :,f W\. '. .t il;t: s it
i :l miseri t a man to sit and be r(.vent m e" from attending t, my L. yard at Higl: .SIr.;ngs
ked in his clothes while he eats. It household duties. My urine wa-s all ago.
'- hi- iemfort. impairs his diges- ,,ut ,f srt and contained a very dark

,i r..d -;sils his temipr. Just why - "111.1 t r hi ...-T .f tl-

I have tried every remedy

,,:. i:.iUs "eaTr inAL 'oat at iln. u:lie under the sun that I could hear alout:
t it isn't necessary for him to \\far used lasters and liniments. c.insult-
:.nvywhere else is oine of the fool ed physicians : nd t :. d their medii-
.i that I o i ci, i;ia:- ,.:in -xl-!ain. ... : : -. gaiit.n-< .f tliiir'ai w;waters.
\-.r- er, in sun!i:m.-: dire<-s in clothes :as 1ll -ith ,t, effect. .M v hiu''anl ge.t me
:i- a. :'t ,e-try ~ings. a nl can Ie ;a tx ,-f ; s Ki-'iit.. Pills and -SK-
S-;,'rtatie at their meals. hut a man e me to try them. I use-. them as
tr. c-at shirt and undershirt. .,:llar dir-c'ed and bef.-re half the 1..,x was
a cravat o.n i. about as happy as used the pan in my back l,.d left
Shog in a packinghouse vat. me. I continued to use th-.m. and
since then I have nit had the back-
M Rubin. who returned a few cays tche. The se, ::ncnt has left my erine
:E- f-,m Asheville. N. ('^.hut who ,I my general heaitsi is ette'r."
- :,. -,ni the mnot ,of his vacation at F-or salt bh\ all d i.-unjrot.,,vilie. N. C.. speaking of the .,(.1is. Foster-Milburn Co.. Ne.x York.
*-; -r visitor- at the place. remarkedl ..w, t,.n:s f,,' the IUln:le, St;.as.
h:,' there w-ere over 9-..i oif them. and RH.i: .:,l.. :ile- :iname--lIa. -andl
*: he t E.-ine. \w h-n th.- guests wee t..k. no the-r.
_g. ci t ,oll the- st-e.-t.s er.e almost ______-_-

The Tr..tae- of Hamrp t'hamubers was
-n ,na> one prese,.-ted to the city
ni I' Tueesday night for the iposi-
:; 4 fire chief It was filed for in-

M" A W. Vincent and bride. nee
M- A.rnes Williams. passed through
'* iday .n their return from their
tc., i1i t-il, I,, Atlanta. on their way to
i- i~ I~tke They were married ten
aip- aTgo at ,Villistin

Ml:- Mary Taylor. who will be one
t* teachers i,. the Mclntosh schlitl.
a. rnmlpani-e by Miss Christian. the
dacfiht.r ,,f Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Chris-
.;.r.. -: .lIntosh. came down this af-


our su'. t?1, is nowv- in session and is
progressing nicely.
The- f;armerns are all busy gat;iering
i c,,m. which is a very difif ul: I' ,r.t -
sitiin. theat b-ggar wxt---is h'a\ing o,,tten
the siar: of them.
Mr. Jzames L..veti anI Mr J.1 L. Hill-
naHn pien: Saturdl-it nihy t ;l and Sun-
iday- here. rt turning io Kendrink Sun-
Say evening.
Mr. DeWlitt 4iriffin .eft Sunday even-
ink for Daisy i h.-re he will assume
his dutit:es as teacht-r there.
Mr. Allbrt C.riffin left for Atlant;!
Monday. whert- he w ill aittnid c.ll'ege
this winter.
Mr. George Pasteur spInat a fe\ dlay3s
with his paren-ts he'.- this wAetv-. H-

it-ft Tuesday night for Jacksonville.
r Strroh-l of l.esburg. the active Hi :nany friends here are almay r glad
f. :: o, ttin agent tof the Clyde to him
Lre as ia n t idav on his wa'v Mr 'arl Priest x.;ia ut if to"n ;a
fr -r, A hiCla t, '-lear-ater t days thi we k.
SMr.. Florence Phares retuane.I from
r Parha:i .41 lunnell .n and J o J'ksnvile Mi..t,Lay. after a brief stay
Haii i,f Oxfo-trd were In town titlav with frirn. .
Mr. and Mrs. J :mn Howell ntertainedt
a nurnh- r tf the-ir fri-ndsl at their
Attorney Marrtmn of Brooks vile 'h,,ne Tuesh night.
I;:.sed through Ocaia today oin his re- Mr J"hn Grantham
..Mr John ;ranthan ..,,i .)n
.rr. home frm New York where he trikl of arr can' a-
as a delete t., the home-coming trklnl f -tarr tan,, ,uda- -y -un
f Mr. Bryan. toi town ,unday -\vniIng.
Mr. Br-aft. ('colnti Martin sai it ... ...... .....I....


may lead
e- troubles. '
'ley's lon-
'old. Sould

ilollars are
,,n oa) tih
i the A. C'.
some timn


But Cured by Chamberlain's Cholic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
L'iTen tn iw L.,y \A.ts t \,o) years oll
ht. had a vti y viseverit attackk of h -mpla int. liiU by ;het ause of (lhamber-
lain's ,]i,. 'ih,!.. ea n1d Diarrhoea
' Renmdy w.- Iriought him out all right."
a.1\s Magie Hicknx. of Midland. Mich.
This r,-tn-mily an h..e diepet- ed upon in
theli inst s.-,.-e ',,s- Even cholera
infantum i- cu'!cA ly it. Foihow the
ipnin i iinte -l iir.ation.s and a cure is
,eT'tl in. Fir aie 1,y all druggists.


To. ;th- Sheriiff of Marion County, of
!1hi St:te oi f l-'lrda:
Be-. it Known that I. H. CLAY CRAW-
FORD. Secretary of State of the State
Sf Flo-rila. do hereby give notice that a
Will I.e hl 1!I in Mariion County. State
'ti l-ii-ia. ,'1 Tuesday next succee,-ing
the. lirsnt Mnuiay in November. A D.
i!''t ll. sai.! Tuesday being the
SF-r ,)'.:e oRepref'entative of the First
i ',int .-si..n; Dl District of Fl.-rila
ill the Sixtiteh Th.'onerss os f :he
1, Initedi Stiat-s.
F ,r t\,w JI' i,-t- of the Supreme
*',,urt ifh ihe State -of Florida.
For txn RP; ::*,a uCinimissioners for
the St.,.e of FIori'Ia.
F',or oni- Sta.:- .S-na'tr ftir the Twe-n-
ti, th S.:.ait,, rial Dittrict of the f Flor.iia
IFor ;:\,. M.i- n!.:. of the- H. u'-- of
R(', a. e :a'i\V-- ..f the Stan rf
SFl. ,ri-a.
F, r C'- iir'. .l u'iei..
F)' i '' r of Taxe-
i"< ( 'oU. '. T .-;.ai'.;rer.
F',: ti\tue (',i ;t.y ('. t liissairiners.
FI-'r thr. M.-,': ,.. -< .f the a 1 'u-ntyl .
!,,;1:-,l ,,f Puhl., In ftr'uctio, n.
For Justice of the Peace in and for the
Following Justice Districts. viz:



Secretary Shaw Wishes to Facilitate Onmaha. Neb.. Sept. 6.-William J.
Importation of Gold Bryan and Mrs. Bryan.
Sy the !;r--y ( of Nebraskans nx'i mnet
Washingtomn. Sept 6-S-rt tary *
ashington. stt 6- n ftary them at New York. arrivea-l hre. c-n
4ha\\ annlunvv. thot on anql after,
Shaw aniunes that on anl after rite It) Lincoln. yvster1day afternoon.
Q. z t 1' il i h

-eti etm' ll i* i an lilI ll t Ll ur I 1' er t .
thl- tre:t-'urry will im ke ie; ,sit- in na-
;ii'nal lbanks. To fat'ilitate tho imn i ,rta-
ti.,n of g

For Infants and Children.

Thi Kind You Have Always Boght

Bears the
Signature of


On Charge of Breaking Ja but May
be Held for Murder
Sali-hury. N.. A. S-pt. 6.---4r.rge
t;wnhele. who has he.-n held here v' ith-
,ut hail. on the charge of murd--r. in
the triple lynching whichh ,cnirredi

here August 6. was acquitted on the
i -harge- of jail-breaking last nitht.
He is still iin custily. hiowev-r, anil
I may be tried for itmurder.

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Acts
on Nature's Plan

The imost succrissful nai-dicines are-
xtLost- that air nature. Chamherltain's
(c Sit whe-n yo-u have a cold and it will
allay tlh cough. relieve the lungs. aid
expectoration. Iope-n the secretions and,
aid nature in restoring the system to
a ht;althy condition. Thousands have-
testifiod to its superior excellence. It
cut:nt.-ra;-< any tendency of a cold to,
r-'ult in ipnertnunia. Price t25 cents.
Iarrt- size W, tents. For sale by all

FORF SALI- Nce dwellings orn .-rth
M1:in s Narset. Nos 5i an-id 6).

o F J.ACK' L ,.VIT.LE. FLA..
Pays the most liberal sick, accident
and death benefits upon the payment
of signal wee..iy premiums.
The is one of the strong-
est insurance companies in the land.
and has many thousands of policies in
force in Florida. All claims are paid
promptly upon demand. Call on or;
write S. P. Brockington. Local Agent.
office over Teapot Grocery. Ocala. Fla.

.1 .4~
*r i. .n a

They rn:nained less than an hour an'lI
,tid ilnot leal'. the station. Se-vet;al
Stlousnd citizens aret-te Mr tv.ytin,
':..1i he sll-ke hbrilyv fromn the

I nt o-f the- worst fe.tuir of kid-
It y tioubhit is lhat it is an i ri lious
disease and before the \victi:i ; I'r;i.zi''
hi' dangerr he mnay hax- ta fit;il iniI-
; 1F dy. 'akt- F"',vs t(Kidn-vy 'ur- reat
tht. first .-ign ,of troul i.. .;, iti q,.irC <.r
Sirre-gularities ali i r-v-n' r is;ihta'
'';i.-;a.s a tiid ilia i,."te ,'4,,lI, 1,. ;ttll
, dealers.

SA band concert will be given Frilay
right at the (Ocala Hiouse.










A. C. COBB, General Mr.a
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Western Bef. Veal. Florida Stall Fed Beet,
moOr's Star Ham, Armowr's Pork Sa.skig, Cai
bage, Rtfabagas, Tutrnps. Beet, Swet
Potatoes, Irish PotWoer Spansh Oan0i.



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wire;: tays o. .12, galvanized wire. 12 inches apart.


The Largest Stock of Light and Heavy




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first car-
his s-.ean gnag t RAMtri Prom AJg American
s is three Tf t gf An Amrican B Wry, Washington. 1: Philadelphia. 3. onr p1 t
)re in the Boston. 1: New York. -
We regard beer as a food and t he
hipmentbusiness of brewing beer one of our Detroit, 0. Chicago 2. eason; r embeer that we me N*
Most Important industries When we *'levelai,.l. 1: St. LIuis. 0.
tell our readers that without exception others, a well a& ounetb .-
there is no other brewery in the world National
so absolutely cipan in Its process ofNational
manufacture as Pabst. we speak from New York. 4: mrk,kl-In. r3 rt RI-B _
2ers Badly exact knowledge of conditions. The
monster Pabst Brewery at Milwaukee game.'
)n at represents an outlay of millions of New York. ": P.r.-Mkiyn. 1 (second RA
dollars and many of those millions a-
hdve been expended to make the Pabst 4 t .
L. an ex- exclusive process absolutely clean. Pitture. t. Lus. .
SPabst Beer stands alone today,the only Phi'alepIhia. .; Boston. 5
She ra- food product that from the beginning.
ty. Juliu.s to the end of its manufacture is abso- Southern
wr-: were lutely beyond reach of even the con- ou
,Tht taminating germs of the air. Atlanta. 1: Memphis. T morning
L* DPtors boil their instruments in in me.
.; r- Wi; U wa-:tr to St-rilize th-nim. Pabst boils ime
. :t.!- his brew in closed kettles and thus, Atlinta. Menihis. 2 (aft.-rnn
,, ..very sterilizes it. From there it passes game.)
-through sterillzel pipes to sterilized, tvill. Little Ro-kk. 4 t rst CE TR L
hermetically seal-d tanks where it
Sat w.rk is fermenti-d. Then through more e;.ni'
haitd ~ci-- sterilized pipes it goes to sterilized Nashville. I Li:l,- Po.c-k 7, OCALA
he-rmetically sealed storage tanks Oame.) F,
%.V, hee and when bottl-d it is pasteurized.
ira;l-n. oTf Tkroughout the entire process it never F:irminrham-Srreveport: rain.
ri- rmann-r is touched by human hands and comes' Mni:e"m.-ry-New Orleans: rain. 4 -
in contact only with sterilized air ... - -
i- lanK This process of manufacture is the AMERICANS ALWAYS AHEAD G -
t!uEn wi:h exclusive PaLst method. It is one rea- R. & HIL
son for the "always the same, always H. A. f *
'tL'- had the best" reputation of Pabst Beer. Mlarhlehead. Mass.. Sept. 6.-The IU T. T. k -'
a bThe cleanest beer and the richest three Armrican boats sailed across the
l ,-off anl beer. Pabst eer has no equal as a. a
,h,- of mild. healthful t,-verage. It is brewed finish line in yesterday race for the J K. i
',i T.- rt only from Pabst eight-day _malt,l R~wsevei! cup. well in advance ,if the
r-nnc- choicest hops and pure water. Pabst three rnian challengers. The Vim. -rt
eight-day malt, the perfect malt. con- d ohth
trains all the food qualities of the finest owned hy ')m-odi,re Parke. of the.
t .arlty in predigested form. It is this ;Arrieican Yacht Club. of New York. a-
THER high food value and the Pabst exclu- wwn the coneft. thrueh brilliant -adval-taV of at p resoi--r-wn a- d-thrulyA
Tskee process of brewing and thoroughly w *d-ard w-rk. c,,uplei with splendid Oklkt0RS ad a a t, - i aging the beer, that give Pabst beer windward rk ule ith tsrectors
That has rich, mellow flavor, its refreshing test. running qualities The 'aramba was .
th- ,;ulf e(-ond. 32 seconds behind the Vim.
hreie Slys. while the Auk. the winner of Monday's
race. waz third. Of the German eh JlLEN BIAI D.
STRAUSS & COers. the anssee did the best work
ION South Main Street. Ocala, Florida but none of them seemed to have any
PHONE 22 chance with the American yachts at
earn Ver- .ry ta-e of the race. nipes
Pr n Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer SHE FOUND RELIEFe c
,n weak "ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME If you are troubled with liver com-
imIproves TODAY plaint and have not received help read C hos Can Fla, e1
iiation of MNrs. Mary E. Hammond. Moody.
ir n-rvous Texas. "I was in poor health--with' Frll LT of -II P j ~ Ba s e*A +--
t, health AT l iver trouble-for over a year. Doc-
l If you Storts did me no good and I tried Her-'
nild Ret a JI bine. and three hottles cured me. I *"
Vermifuge. can't say too much for Herblne. as it Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of a i
Drugstore. lo is a wonderful liver medicine. I al-
c Cream arior. ways have it in the house. Publish the ehItrie fans. Don't forget the place.
Where you wish." Sold by the Anti-
ro SELL? I 'M'n'i'oly Drugstore.
nt to Cold Dns, Cigas and To- A CHILD SHOT ITS MOTHER ALLEN BRIb ES' IE CAl P
i inserted bacco. Al Seasonable
" columns. Fu Frederick. Ml.. Sept. 6.-Mrs. Walter Next to Munroe & ChambliW' Bank.
e result is i* rian. nr-ar Frederick Junction. was
"for sale. Courteouspricesacidentally shot arid killed by her .-
to dipoe ourteous attention, ow year-old son. The child picked up a
t might be and reliable goods. Give me a ritfl which his older brother ha left
it. put the standing in the yard. and while hanil-
he Thrice- Ice ling it, discharged a cartridge. The
ht words, inquantities a specialty.; bullet passed through the kitchen win-
the- World, dow and struck Mrs. O'Brian in the __ __
I M LLOA IDDON, Ireast. She diea in a few minutoz.
SMoantlu a BlOCk The remarkable recovery of Kenneth
>e impuri- Mclver. (of Vanceboro. Me.. is the sub-i
-ss they do j-,ct of nruch interest to the medical G
le. Foley's C J PHILLIPS i fraternity and a wide cIrcl orf fitends.
idney. and He says of his case: "Owing to severe !E N A L
ns of kid- Cot a =. ;inflammation of the throat and con-
t strength- lt t ad ide. gestion of the lungs. three doctors gave
-ld by all ;me up to die. when, at last resort. i R UG IES
Plans and Specifications Furnished ;was induced to try Dr. King's New FIN CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
Discovery, and I am happy to say, it TRAPS, CARRYALLS,
WANTED Upon Request I saved my life." Cures the worst
Sf' ~Q -cotughs and colds. hronchiti.. tonsilitis. SADDLE HOiK.A
preferred: 129 South T d S let, we-ak lungs, hoarseness and lagrippe. -
ations and a,- F' iGuarantf-ed at Tydings & Co'.s. drug-
a & Co. store. FINE VEHICLES, FAST
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For Infnts and Childrn.

'he Kind You Have

Always Bought

Bears the






For Over

Thirty Years


We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- March. "My Own U. 8."-- wards
Mi;a.n mee t ward for any care of Catarrb that can- (Singing chorus).
Mastons meet this evening. not be cured by Hall's Catarr Cure. (Singing choru.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Walt,
Beavers meet tomorrow night. \\. the undersigned, have known F. Overture. "Cracker Jack"-Mallde.
J. 'ii -n,-y for the last 15 years and be- Schottiache. "MagnoHa"-T. Moses.
Some rare bargains in Haviland ii-'.- him perfectly honorable in all Cornet Duet, "Grand Fantasia Bo-
china at the Postotflce Drugstore. bu. inles- transactions and financially lero"-R. B. Hall. By Mesrs. Tucker
iabre tr' carry out any obligations made and Gardner.
Mr. S. T. Sistrunk drove out to Mar- bj his firm. Overture. "A Gleam of Heaven--C.
WVal,!ing. Kinnar & Marvin,
tel this afternoon ,n business. i Whlesale Druggists. Told O.Har
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Medley. National Airs. with Bugle
Try the Victor, single cone, steel raliy. acting directly upon the blood Calls-Selected.
tc-:,qpred springs. fully guaranteed to and mucous surfaces of the system.
last a lifetime. at Mclver & MacKay's. T, stimonials sent free. Price 75c. per MRS. KEAN VERY SICK
1 -- title. Sold by all druggists
i Mr J-es .IA.vli ,of Sparr was in toe Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- Mrs. Horace Kean of Dunnellon la
I ity tIala.i. lti,-n. reported as being unconscious from a
I severe attack of typhoid fever. Mrs.
SDon't fail to trf the inew fancy Ge-. A. Carmichael returned home t.. t ,e ... 1- a
Don'tfiltoeKenn inthe f f h h il

drinks and iees at the Anti-IMonop;-ly
Drag- T4ri.
t;. T. Abbott of C'r,,wn was register-
ed at tle Montezuma last night.
You can get the Atlanta Journal ev-
erv dan and Sunday at Allan Bridges'

last night front his trip to Hot Springs,
where the waters did him much gool.
Speaking of Mr. F'shel. he said he left
hnlr on th- sick list. suffering with
i ia.!arial troubles, which the waters
\\wert bringing out.

tw. st and for 12 cents a week. Mrs. Edward Helvenston. who has
bctn spending a month at Rabun Gap.
H. A. Grat of Jack.sonville is at the ; a. is now at Clayburn. Ga.. and will
Swala House. remain there during September. She
jis enjoying her outing greatly.
Ikon't fail to zee the hand-painted
cihina :at th- 0 ala N-w cvs m'inany- (',ilonel Brown. president of the Fair

t., be given away.
Messrs. Henderson and Goolsby. of
across the river, were in town today.
Have you Catarrh? See W. L. Ditto
fur free sample of Dr. Blosser's Ca-
tarrh Cure. and get well.
Miss Miriam Pasteur has returned
from a visit to frie-nds in North Car-
If \you want a phonograph. ahsolut-
ly fr<-. read the Star's free phono-
graph offer, and supply your home
with one.

A.-saciation, who was to have met the
O ala board of trade this afternoon.
"sas called away at noon to some other
important gathering.
Men. women and children can get
a coupon with every 10 cent purchase
at the otcala News Co., on the beau-
titfl china now on display.



Ed K. Nelson of the B. WV. Blount
Real Estate firm. is in usti'. but %will Those tired eyes of yours
be home tonight. will stand lots of abuse, yet
A coupon with every 1i cent pur- there is a limit to their pa-
chase at the Ocala News iluts you in line for a piece ,of hand- tience and their power.
j;ainted china.
i,-i the t You mayl worry along for
Vn. M Cict. the Mclntsh fruit grow- .
.r .and stock man. was in town res-.quite a while, but there will i
awla r- in -


Straw hat cleaner; enough in 25
cent package to keep your hat nice and
clean all summer. Tydings & Co..
phone No. 30.
Mr. J. N. Sumner. of the Sumner
Iumnhter Co.. near Kendrick. is a guest
,-f the Ocala House.

come a time when you will
regret your present indiffer.
I will give you eye advice
and ease at moderate cost.
Dn ) R NYFv

I- I. L/. A ll. 1 r I*
Telephone Tmpkins' stable. 12 Optical rlor Uptair in
or W. Ii ''!ark. 112, if you want t OpticalParlors airin
tak, in a o,,und trip, outing and fish- .
ig. Oc'ala ti, Silver Springs by ear- aryBuilding. Ocala, Fla.
riage. thence to Delk's Bluff via launch ..
..rd return for St for the party.
John Robinson. a worthy citizen of
WVillision. was in town today and went .
**ut this evening to visil friends at
lit chton. of b o
Rat wheat. 10 cents,. will surely kill
mice and rats. All other kinds kept
in stock also. Tydings & Co.. phone
No. 0.S
H. l. Boone and C. S. Bohanon of
I-ltachatta are registered at the Mon- SNDIES
WANTED-I-A good boy from 14 to i _.l
1' years, to work in the Star office ddicim"'P
anil learn the business. Apply to fore-I
iian 4of job roomins.
Ben n Bo n of the pIostoffice force. & W, vta
left this afternoon tfor Oxford to spend TROX
his vacation. His wife and baby and T W. TROXLER.
pet dog went down last Saturday.
i'en explets to do some big fishing.
A twiatifl nUew ine of oak and ma U I U itAr

bogainy music cabinets, in the newest
1Liz-ns. on display at Mclver & Mac-
Rev. W. C. Norton. a Methodist min-
ister. diel at r.mnso.n Tuesday. Mr.
Noirton .a number of years ago filled
th,' Methodist pulpit in Ocala. Re'v.
IFredr Pasco officiated ;at the funeral.
A special bargain in box paper for Th gr
the inonth of September-Whiting's- the m
:t 3 '.1 anid 75. cents. Tydings & Co., women
;,hone No. 10.
Mrs. Julia Palmer. daughter. Miss It does this i
Jessie, and son. Master Whitfteld. x\ill is not a cosn
:m.\ve back to Ocala in the fall to re- coming. It i
side. ges the blo
Y'u el tit yitr Tllmeyv's worth at thilew
t ;t la Net% s (C',impny, and a coupon ckar, he-lthy
for at t$2. p1i-Ce of hand-painted chi- It fipqtm I
tna. You~ Mr THairy Panter will go to Pun- lookiun. 50
Silin in a week or ten llays to spern l a
\nac;tion vwih his mnither. fo
HlU.nots. Rogers. Gallets. Colates
n nd many other fine toilet waters.
y1*-erfwn e, a nd soaps. Bath waters a
adrds. Tyvlings & Co.. phone No. 30.
Mr R. E. Yonep. the plumber. is do-
;: ,mnt- ti'- pl'ulhing for Mr A.. E.
Su.r-nett. Mr. lPurnett is ailing some
I mkern plumbing to his residence t1li HOW IS
is ;ial.-o having electric lights put in.

\'WANTFD- A bright young nman
f.,,:1,1 !t; to) 2 years of age. with psme
-i;l. -\vlede ,if stre dutlies. to take a
-ty isitioi. ;.nid 1.-arn the business.
\ i S- this offi.e.
Presid-n! llr'im\ ,if tl- Stiate Fair
S.\-'. .iati.n at TamTi. \as in t,-, to-
,ta3 and all morning t.;t- im-nterview\ing
:" I r,:f' inenit citizenl- and sto'k t'i.-n
-t rm'aking a : .>auntyI di;piav ;it the

F" i1P SAEI.F--'ifteen -siver- '::-
..' h,>ie Price $1 S ;.h kS.
H WVi!lis. Mc'ntosh. Fla

NIr l'hri-tin. n: anager ,if th--
c- r .\t- av A IAkt- WVetr anl.-' up
a fi---n,'un ;in,! left f''- Ta'nrit- ',''


eatcst thing in
arid to keep
young looking

n a natural way. It
netic or artificial kin
mply clear the porce,
,od free circaltion,
rinkla, and inamr a
, well groomed skin
me from nor will
in looking and good
c and ($.oo per jar.
rt oer store

Dunnellon. who was so severely
wounded Monday, and is now in the
Marion county hospital.



Married. Sunday night. August 26.
at the parsonage, by Rev. L M. Roper.
rasttor of the First Baptist church of
Spartanburg. S. C., Mr. J. D: McCas-
kill of that city and Miss Carrie Ca-
son. formerly of this city. but now of
Fhelton. S. C., where she was visiting
relatives at the time of the marriage.
The bride is a bright, lovely young
lady. and highly respected by all who
know her. The groom Is a splendid
young business man. of good connec-
tion. and now holds a responsible po-
sition with a large mercantile house
In Spartanburg. which place the young
couple will make their future home
We all wish them long life and much
happiness. The wedding was a quiet
one. there being only a few present.
Rev. L. W. Moore. pastor of the M
:. church in this city, returned this
morning from Citronelle, where at 3:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon, at the
home of the bride's mother. he united
in the holy bonds of matrimony. Miss
Mamie F. McAller to Mr. Geo. C. Loen-
necker of Homosassa. The bride is a
pretty young lady and very popular
at Citronelle. and the groom is one
,if the sturdy young citizens of Homo-
sassa. and a most worthy young man.

In the examination yesterday this
question was askicd in composition:
"'Write two short paragraphs of des-
cri option "
The following answers are the way
four of the colored peqagogues wrote
the paragraphs:
"Please fill for James Johnson I
bottle of Sasprilla. 1 box of pills."
"Feeling a little ill. I deemed it
necessary to go to the Dr. and he gave
me a description of what to do."
"De Dr. gave a brief description of
his medicine."
"In Howard Academy the superin-
tendent (called) here the school teach-
ers: New York. The ladies are sup-
ported by their husbands."
It was a prescription instead of a

You will always find at J. R. Mar-
tin & Co's. exchange stables in Ocala,
and at Hugh Nichols' Wildwood sta-
tion as good muies and horses as can
be found in Florida. For quality the
prices are reasonable. No trouble to
show animals. When in need call on
Hugh Nichols, proprietor, Ocala or
Wildwood, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chazal are re-
joicing over the arrival of a daughter.
If you will smoke anyhow, in spite
of everything mother has said, then
for mercy's sake, smoke something you
are not ashamed of. X-Senator cigars
are mild, mellow and sweet. 6 cents.
Mr. R. S. Hall returned yesterday
from Hendersonville, N. C.. where he
has been visiting his family, who are
pleasantly located and are enjoying
the climate of the "Land of the Sky"
very much.
Born. to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fuller.
at Weiser. Idaho. a few days, ago, a
daughter. She is the second daughter
and the fourth child to come to the
home which our esteemed former fel-
low citizen has established itn the

Mr. E. K. Nelson has
business trip to Orange
counties for several days.

been on a
and Lake

Mr. Harry Walters will go to North
Carolina next Wednesday for a two
week's rest in the mountains.

Ir uu J I Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and little
Iru tore daughter. Irene, will return tomorrow
from Marietta. Ga.. where they have
--ben for the past month visiting rela-
Mr. John W. Martin. a popular young
IT DONE? traveling man, now with a New York
I house. is a guest of the Ocala House.
It Would seem M r. R. H. Holloman has sold hiL- t.
to be done by King Grocery to Messrs. F. H. Hinton
magic. The an ('harley Ball. Mr. Hintn is from
Sm. harp's Ferry and the son of Perry-
human voice a iin Hinton. Mr. Hinton is in charge
coming from a the st, re ..
Wooldei box. Albert Ans,-n Graham. a well known
witl all its well :Marion county boy. is now in the
-onrni',T'itionery store of Mr. at I
i known ton es. cGai:nesvnle

and its minsic.

Mr J H. SpE-.n,-r has moved from
the Iang home to the residence re-,.nt-
Sly occupied by Fire Chief Brigance.
Sthe Alien Rogers place.

is now too well WANTFD- Treveler for establish-
known to need ed house Twelve dollars weekly to


Best Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up4o-Dbf
Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plenty to Rt

i n i I. .





bnhong Rom
fthe ua~aak
shotS nOt*
int oit of ti

Swowd ookAo .


m* opm atiO midaWON P 1
vm o 6 special g~,dm aay~thh
aes ftw tw tab as
See ow Rekgmt~e di la
he Sto.I

~tteattv Waimm ams Cbuhs V&Yh
LI Price to Redw MR u de m

The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act
on the bowels. and thus assist in expelling
colds from the system is new and original
in Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.

A certain, safe and harmless remedy for
all Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough,
La Grippe, Bronchitis Influena and all I
Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers
praise the children's favorite Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar

geardm at ub Lateratey ". D 1e. m A O& 0 i 4
SOLD mY a tmmaneum O AMLu rM Mgo I Ia-m-


Justice Bullock was trying a chicken
fase this morning on his broad and
br-ezy judicial plasma. Dolly Williams.
a medium sized lady of color, was

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August Clearance Sale

o* OF*..


White and Colors


and Emnbrolderies

Elbow Length Silk Gloves in Black

and White, at


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Cum L SLTCHT~. Ti 7,767

The Strong Hold the



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and IncR BIInegs

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tW AmM 0ca 8 Pple I- NIft e r Thdr Lve of Fair Play. So Trn is
TW, TtK fti IMy 5id To Be a TNso m t Trait of Cmactr.

Thei who strikes another a fool blow, or maliciously tries to injure him
to his ness, o im his social standing is detested and abhorred. The Ameri-
a lt are t generally slow to manifest their disapproval of such unfair
w. an opportunity ias fforded.
I eof this disposition as the fact that although base, false and ma-
leeus upon Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, and his widely celebrated Famiy
Medici re sometimes injured the sale of these merntvriou mrnedies for a
time hen such unjust assaults have be-n imet and their falsehoois com-
pletel fated, a natural reaction has followed and tier sale has been fully
a n Home dJorintr, of Phil.delphia. which, in 19 4
a most ma To v ise. slainde-ron i rld I.(r :t alrticle. ?TIackrnR
anad l ts 'rIonle rescrnption "-thi v, ell-lt- 1 n cre tur worliar
r weaknesses and distressing alments--lir ierce Lrought suit in trne
S ate of .e %e T urkaapst thie ufirtsh-rs of that papP
S given g. A J*ctor, thle JIUdwnii nt twro f r t substanhfal

y not 0c v prn1pe.4g r wc!.j gc Dr. Pierce (or
inolile te and Ins Fi-MM" rp ip
&v ica andthe latter renvedv 'i.'.a;roen. in ',n(n
dITSL 'rrla af'-d irjun.:dus iruIlL
had all Fed it c.,ntained. vet Fr. Vl'errpa.;
wro r a i: trFtIngI thaj therevb he n..av
meniattnn li7rthe ereat darn-
fal,4,oodr puibh.hea
-his ness.

'I-ere are hundreds of thousands of
paple all o~er this bleased country of
oas who have been cured of ottinate.
chronic diseases through the u-e of Ir.
Pierce's Medicines and it is only natural
that such people should rise up and speak;
their sentiments pretty freely when IIr.
Pteree and his medicines are so unjustly
at cksd.
Tbhee grateful patients of Dr. P'erce
am to be found In almot e.ver hawol aad country villlae. and In the farm-
haes and mechanics' cottages in every
ok a ed corner of this great country.
oaona gratitude prompts such peo)pi
to staod up and defend Ir. Pi-ree and
a medicines against unjust and ma-
Itclos attacks.
Dr. Piere's Medlcinei Lar b+-,ai ,<'-
sale In drug stores a1: ov'-r il.;- c.,i ntr-.
ad in many foreign lands for mfre than
orty yea. and yet their sale continues
to grow In a suMtantial and mcwt grati-
ra way. This could not he the cas if
s w-rm not remedies of more than

Dr. Plerce's Favorite Prescription is not
advertised as "Cure All" but admirably
fulf8s a singleness of purpose, being a
superior and most postlve remedy for one
ai of disease only-those easily recog-
aa ~ weakaes. derangements. Irregi-
larltik and painful disorders peculiar to
wom It Is a powerful. yet gently act-
ing, Invlgorating, tonic and strengthening
rlnam. For weak. worn-out, over-work-
ad womea--o matter what has cau-ed
the break-dowan,-whether It be from too
frequent baring of children or from much
worry, car, or over exertion of any kind.
*Favorie Prescription" will be found
moat eflcent in building up the -strength.
relating all the womanly functions.
hba iahl pain and hr!nging about a reg-
ur aa 2 healthy, vigorju condition of
t wh tole female system. Thus it cor-
sea prolaMpus. or falling of wonmb, retro-
version, anteverilon and other displace-
Yat of the female pelvic organs, due to
weakness or over exertion, lifting or fa-
Iutuag over-work. In short. it make.i
eak women strong and sick women well.
As to Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dls-
overy It has a very large range of appli-
eatlonyet it s by no means recommended
Sa "CuieAll." It posses~se marvelmou
alternative or blood cleansing, properties
ad is at the same time a most Invicorat-
Iag tose, or strength giver. It exert- a
ecific cleansing soothlnt and healing
aect upon all the lining mucou. mem-
irenes of the system: hence. Its great
rnt so matter where located.

SIn chronic Na,.al t'tarrh. it i, well to
' cleane- the pj--arc,-- rt or three tin-m- a
dar: with Dr. .' c ('tatarrh R; .,eldy
fl;'!. whh'l,. Fr.- pT!-i r in the ui'- of tihe
"f,,Ild,-n M.-dical li-.i, very "for its I lIod
r-ians!nz and specific curative\ e:l -cts
iifpon the (l;- a-ed mueols mrmnllrane.. It
% ill cure a \V ry l:ar~re per crent. of ill case--,
even after lir.-v la\-t reached the rlcera-
tive. or rhroniic tace.. and no Mtattcr Pi#,,iar ,pa ip i 'r*" ititilityj th i l malt l .
It is ePq as ly enfi acioua in affectionsof the
mucow- linin ,of the larynx, bronchia aad
Srespiratry ortaans in r,-ni-ral. thus curing
bronchiti-. laryntriiti' and father a fferti,:is
lv"ig ri-e to ,'.-rIatre. hang-on--coulhs.
, t is 1lOit soL, Mnd it, a-itte coughS following
Slidds-n uol-. s ii tht- linil.erig. chroLic
r, i- N.r m:'-t the i,.l.:Pn Me-di'cal
I .-,.**\'y -e 1a4--A."'*o to worn .nir.,'l-es.
It will not c-ure colilumpltionl in its
.atvaniced staif-s-no mieiciil- will do
that. but for al! obstinate hang-on-coughs
dule to la'-yngial or bronchial irritation
and kindred affections. of the throat
which, if n.-gle likely t ad t la to, raon-umptiMr n. the
~ )iseo\ erv "a';ii l t r,-iie-d upon to produce
Sthe leet c'lr.tir iv ret.i TY .
T he ";,,ierrtt Met-aieil Discovery" Is,
from it. toni' and .-jrcific <.iarati\e con-
trol over muc, m11 .srface s. esp*vialJy
effica'd lils in curing illlieSltioin.' dve.pap-
sia. weak t,,malh and ~Llver ('omna'!r;t."
or billihouino-s. E\-tl, ulc ration of tlue
stonlarh and hbo~ .-l has in thouiiands of
ca-ss beel ctlrred hv it: also, oistinatei
-hronle diarrhea.
In addition, to all the fore going. not the
least va>tia!'te of tith m'irxveAlnsly effica-
cious prolmprt!i-. pos.5- bi ly thi-. ~Dl cov-
ery" l- thle iptri'jqaled r- tulhtiing and
strenathe iii nit effit exertd ivy it over the
leart's act;niI. It lha- iade sonm- ulnder-
fuil clure- .f \ ry pronounced valvular and
other affletion-,s of that organ.
The r-iu-,, ,,h,/ "; 0(-la-i ledi:'al Dis-
covVry crlr-- .-, v ivid ai ratge of d.isatisa-S
is mad-e ':i,'j in a tboklet sent freer on
requet-tnaiiaed to Dr. R.V. Pierce. Buffalo,
N. Y. If int-re-st-d. send for it.
The pon erful alternative or blood purify-
Ing properties po,-.a--d by the "Discov-
ery" will naturally suggest its use for the
cure of tlic thlics. Iimples. crnuptions: aq
eczema, -alt-reunm. and other sklin affec-
tions In all of which it has made remark-
able cures; al-<,In -crofulous sors :,or nd old.
open ulcers, or ,ating sores. To heal the
latter., mwe r. Pl'i.r'e All-lleallng Salve
as a local :-;,plication. while takin; the
"Golden Miedit:l Idisrovery" to correct
the blood and -leanse the system. A t.ox
% ill he maile- to any address on receipt of
fifty-four cent lit stamps. If your drug-
(kist don't have It In stock, address Dr.
i erce, as above.


Successors to S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

A Full Stock of Wagons. Carriages, Buggies. Harness,
Saddlery and all the Accompanying Lines


Exclusive Agents for the Famous White Hickory Turpen

tine Wagon.


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Florida East Coast Railway.

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Ir Jacksonvrlle Ar I pm 8 SIa
- Pouth Jacksonvlle- -..-.... L 17pmrn
- St. Anfustine I15pa 5am
Hastings. pm 6r40am
". ............ ast Palatka 6 20pm 4 am
Ar Palatkt Lv 4 b5pm tsm
L Palatit Ar 5 4pm iBam
Ar..a ........ San Mateo Lv ... .
Lv .SanlMateo ............... .r 25p ...
Lv Bunuells Lv 4 0Opm S Nam
Dupont 23pm loam
Ormond 8 M6pm 0am
.. Daytona 4Spa 4 48am
Port Orange a" Sspm 4 r7am
Ar New Smyrn....................." 15pm 4 5am
Ar ...........L.... Lke Helen :Lv 00pm 6 1pm
Oranre City.................... 12 60pm 5 b9pm
" ..... Orange City Junction .............. 12 45pm 0pm
L New Emyrna Ar 05pm 4 0am
",. ..-- ............... Oak Hill ...... L 2 40pm 8aam
Ar ...........Titusvlle 2" 0pm OO0am

Sb0pm Art Sanford ..tLv 11 5am
11 5am LvI Sanford :Ar 5 pm
i 31p LaT Titusvule -- .......Ar 2 05pm
8 l Cor l.vr 124pm
8p Rockledlie .................. 120pm
'4 1p2 Eau Gslle- 12 47pm
4 .e -Metlbourne ...-. ............. 12 r 2pm
lpm Sebastian 11 89am
LM St. Lucie ...... 108am
6* .. --.- ...Fort Pierce ...... 10
_,..-...Tib-als .... 10 7am
41M Eden 10 I3am
4 m Jensen O1 nam
6 OUR Stuart .... 10 00am
l Hobe Sound 9 34am
40 =Wetn Jupiter 9 18am
a- Weest Palm Beach................- 8 45a
SS .. n Boynton ................. 20am
r Delray 6 812am
*9 0 Fort Inuderdale...- ..._.. 7 2tim
4" Dantia ..." 7 Iam
SHallandae .......... 7 m
10o pm Lemon CitT. 6
SlOpm Ar Miami T 6 3Sam
Ar ad. L r'. .............
Aromestea ;I. ..................

6 30pm
11 IOm
a oom
2 18am
1 47am
12 53M
12 00n't
U 19pm
11 15pm
11 O0pm
10 60pm
10 2pm
10 Oppm
9 0pm
9 Olpm
8 50pm
7 spm
7 OpMr
7 3pm
7 14pm
7 O0pm
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bl Nrlora on trains 3 sad IL bufet Sleseing Cars on tra n. f' an-I tP
: DIa moecpt Sonday.


Th*- Ohio and Illinois experiment
-sat i,nr have undoubtedly solved an.
important problem in Increasing soil
fertility by determining that finely
g-uound. raw phosphate rock ("floats"'
is> th most ece,onomical form of pihos-
phorus to buy and use on soils dfefi-
Sent in that particular element of
plant food. "Floa's." a rich in phos-
ph,,ru'- :a sto-arnll-d b ,-ne. cost only
'.r.e-t-!,ir' thh- Tric. of the latter, which
- :io-ut st.a a in. T. be- made avail-
tol- ,,r soluble. however, the raw
i i'-phate- must tos used in comnbina-
t in w-ilh decaying vegetable matter.
In a:n llwi;oni- experiment station
i,ull-tin on experiment. ii; soil treat-
t., er:. Prorf.':ssor Hlopkins sa.ys:

lHw Is Baby Today1
Better, thank you. In fact, quite wel
Fat, round and full of life and mischief
Pink and white flesh, dotted with die.
pies. No cough, no indigestioa.
All on account of

administered by a mother whose love
was tempered with common sense.
She knows that OZuMIULSION is


Railroads Will inaugurate a New Sys-
tem in Order to Get an Adequate
Force of Section Hands
For some time it has been a very
difficult matter for railroads to get
enough men to do the section work
necessary on their lines in this section
of the state.
There is a great demand for labor-
ers in many directions. and in the
phosphate mines and- turpentine farms
it is said that higher wages are paid
and the men get their money every
week. the latter ..aid to be a very im-
I.,rtan; matter.
It is understood that the railroads
have at last realized that they must

wm.-Wm .e-I - I - -

sotillvle to points shown on nates in-
licateol. Proportionately low rates
i t 'ti other points.
'$17.65, Memphis, Tenn, and return.
Tit kt t. on sale September 9 to 12.
inclusive. IFinal return limit good to
leave lMemnilhis returning September
2 19'06.
$32.20. Dallas, Tex, and return. Tick-
etl: s-1. i ,tclnber 6i and 7. 'in!al rc-
tir limit 21 lays fruan dal.- of sale
$32.80. Buffalo. N. Y., and return.
Tiik. ts. s.,!i Octoher 1"'. 11 an 1 12
Il'i;a! :*-turn limit l;a ving Buffalo.
S l., i-hi .-'- l I'. 19 ii.
$19.60, New Orleans. La., and return.
Tickp;t.s sol l octl-t l r 1 t 17. :.n-
I 'lusi\v Fin:l! reut -. ;ti -.)- a.-

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Sholes .
Ten years aro was a gOOd typewriter
Fivew vraf, ao wurna a vflatt tvnrr t

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Mother O -I

Look oul for your CitL

Heallh while, ty -r. y


is a gret mediei n tfor chilrem. It keqSw o
in a mild gentle manner, y0u i mee &
on their cheeks, and Ullnss osfr themiwi=&r7

A Positve 0

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JMrs J. Bee

have ued U

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Sold and Recommended bi
The AattMoopa rgJo

I n,,\\ seelns evident that by pro- a fountain of energy for grown-ups, d, something. Many recent wrecks
a r ue of large amounts ,of raw rcxk too It stops waste of fiesh. It makes are said to at least be partially due to
i*h .ht- ith decaying veg'tabh.l plenty oi rich biuod. For pale. feeble the bad condition of the roads on ac-
S.,ti-r the soil can be more rapidly it is t i n ir at cunt of the lack of attention.
folk it is the ch ei nour sher at life's
.in- hlte. in rhost.horus. at Ies- ex-; The Atlantic Co'ast UIne is said to
;p-t,--e and with -reater increa.,-, in feast. It cures Con-umption when he making arrangements now where-
a et protit.s than with steamed bone taken in tim-. All drugg:sts sell it- by its section gangs can be paid every
The mt!'.,,d of applying the rock o cents and Si.oo the bottle. Let ua saturday night. While the wages have
jphos,.h:ite lmay vary. under different not been increased, yet this one con-
*n liti-n- It m in,. be sprinkled over send yossion it is thought will help consid-
th,- mtanur, from day to day as it ac- Free Sample Bottle by all ea-'ly "in enlarging the section gangs
',inu!at-s in the stable or fe-ding ar:i, getting more men at work--Tam-
.slhe-. at the rate of about one hundred W 'rite letter or poatai to I pa Times. of, rock phosphate for each ton O OMUN C
t,. manure. or it may be sprinkled over O. :eStr LOW ROUND TfRP
the rh anure as it is being loaded on the in Street. New Yor EXCURSION RATES
i \ago n or manure spreader: or it may -
i, -rc'al broaluast on the- land andf Via the Atlantio Coast Line
;. -vel uider with stable manure or UNIVERSITY COLLEGE $40, Denver, Colorado Springs, Pu-
lover or 'owteas. or other organici OF M DIINf RICHMN eblo. Colo, Tickets on sale 19 to
aIrter. If the ground could be diskedl OF UII VIRGINIA i 2. inclusive, good to stop ovel at
I-,for. Ib-ing plowed, and the phosphate STUART MlcC!RC. M. D PlrsIDWrT. Ca'olorado common points. Diverse
A:, oru-ganic matter thus mixed with Thif C~ofe confirms to the Standrdads routes west of the Mississippi river.
,-z.h other and the soil. it woi tld no fixed bylaw forMedicaEdu=ation. Sador with final limit October 15.
:* ulit t an advantage. Bulletin No. 1!,wLichtellsabout it. WlD C d
Thre is the methodl in a nutshell. "TtsOvre catalorFs Speciy Deartmoat, AO2 Washington, D. C. Seld daily
S. i n erfct harmony t MEDICINE- DENTISTRY Pi;HARACY to September 30. All tickets limited
.i. t isin ,erfect harmony with to October 31.
aturef- ,sown method. Nature slowly $36.65, Oklahoma Cit, O. T. Tickets on
;..a.kes the phosphorus and potassium sale Saptember 7, 8 and 9. with final
:: ; i,, sil soluble, and therefore avail- i limit to leave Oklahoma City Sep-
.able for lint food. Man, by cultiva- timber 14.
ji ti. aid by adding organic matter. 28.15,BaltimoreMd. Tickets on sale
i a te- nature work faster. Now raw ;iOZt S September 8, 9 and 10 with final
: *-.'- ;h -shat applied to land sup- limit to leave Baltimore Septemberd
'ied with humus-the very life of the Le n E * ,17th.
oil-will be made available in ex-' j Lo F- r $11.95, Atlanta, Ga. Tickets. on sale
.;uay tie sainm way the original store Sept. 12, 13, 16, 17 and 18, with final
"i il.llphorus was prepared for th,' THE EST limit September 25. Extension may
j iti- l\e nature. Nature makes her1 FAMILY MEDICINE be had to October 10.
.,n suplerphosphate. and does not $20.95, Memphis, Tenn. Tickets on
I1ave to ppay tribute to the fertilizer For Constipaiaon, Plioumaess, In- sale September V to 12, inclusive,
trust, digestion. S,i;r Stomach, Colic, with final limit September 20.

Dizziness. Headache and anything $3&00, Toronto, Ont, Canada. Tickets
caused by a disordered Liver. on sale September 12-15. inclusive,
STwo Witmese. Removes with final limit September 24. Ex-
In order to test a Chinese witness' : That Drosy Feeng., tension to October 24 may be had.
iqualifi-ation for taking the oath an Summer tourist rates to all summer
E L lisai miaistrate asked him the other by putting your dice-tive organs esorts. Tickets are on sale daily un-
dl1ayv wh.e,.e le expected to ga when he to work, increasing your appetite, til September 30. with final limit to
ie-. H e reied. Pekin" and W and. in fact, makes you feel like return any time before or o-r October
, lle rel ied. "Peking." and w"as Ma J .." 31.
(; i-,.ia f._ jn e 'i cl J lr *e 31.
( in .other English court, a little soc. d $d.oo Pr Bottpe Il i For further information apply to
at all Drug Jrtorer. nearest agent or J. G. Kirkland. Div.
,-.irl. in ;rnswer to that question said, O s D oe Passenger Agent, Tampa. Fla.
"I don't know." The horrified counsel
c:-illol the judge's attention to the an- SEABOARD AIR LINE
jswer. "Oh. I don't know, either." said SPECIAL RATES
the judge. "Swear the witness'."
$11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick-
mun Worshipers. i ets on sale Sept. 29th and 30th. with
o(:ie of the iest friends the tailor has final limit Oct. Tth. Extension avail-
is a spell of warm. bright sunshine. It i able to Oct. 22
shows tup the '.halby portions of dressV $11.95 Atlanta, Ga, and return. Tick-
and reveals its faded parts In unmis- ts on sale Oct. 9th and 10th. with
final limit Oct. 29th. Extension avail-
Stalable fashion, with the result that final imt ct. 2th. ten n ava-
t able to Oct. 30th.
the wearers soon find their way to the $23.75 Richmond, Va., and return. Tick-
Stailor and order a fresh supply of up to i tts on sale Sept. 30th and Oct. 1st,
date styles.-London Tailor and Cutter. I "' with final limit Oct. 8th.
,on. : $20.70 Memphis, Tenn., and return.
Miranulmse Multiplication. Tickets on sale Oct. 15th, 16th, 17th
A lady who recently bought a dinner and 18th. with final limit Oct. 30th.
serrkic consisting of fifty-four pieces I/ t Extension available to Nov. 30th.
for 1 3s. was informed by her house- $21.15 New Orleans, La, and return
maid the next day that the bargain | i Tickets on sale Oct. 12th to 15th., in-
maid the next jay that the bargain I
bad IeKuule still more wonderful. for elusive, with final limit Oct. 30th.
a.t ow coanssted of 1.125 pieces.- _Ex-tension available to Nov. 30th.
Snow o t of 1.12 eces.$34.45 Rock Island, III., and return.
Pnch. Phonographs from $10 to $50. Over Tickets on sale Oct. 6th. 7th and 8th,
1 400 different records in stock to select with final limit Oct. 16th.
Dia ppoi tIa. I from. A, E. Burnett. the Jeweler, ex- $34.40 Dallas, Texas, and return. Tick-
rs. Justlooking Have you any ; elusive agent for Ocala. ets on sale Oct. 6th. with final limit I
hand embroidered waists? Salesman days frm date of sale.
1 days fram date of sale.
(who has waited on her beforet-I'm $11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick-
very sorry to disappoint you, madam, .-- ets on sale Sept. 12th and 14th. with
but we hae.- Chicago New. final limit Oct. 30th. Extension avail-

WILLIAMS' CARBOLIC SALVE $11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick-
with ARNICA and WITCH HAZEL ets on sale Oct. 19th. 20th, 21st and
-;-:.- : | 22nd. with final limit nect. 30th. Ex-
The best salve in the world for cuts, ti. -1- ..--. I, teniositon available to Nov. 15th.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum. tet- $29.95 Baltimore, Md., and return. Tick-
te'r. chapped hands and all skin erup- 1 es on sale Sept. 5th andl 7th. with
tihins. It is guaranteed to give satisfac- p .... .f ,. final limit Seplt. 15th.
lion ,,r molny rt-funded. Price. 2 5c. $, Toronto, Ont., and return. Tick-
aold bv aiam Anderson.l pefet rlliams : Torontoe Onta alb r2t.n
Sald by Wil~ia Anderson. Williams :..' ets ,,n sale September 12. 13. 14 and
Manufacturing Co., Proprietors. Cleve- n sith final limit September .13 1 and
land, O. \1'.I with final limit S*eptember 24.
"- -,.-- --"-:< t/' Extension available to October 24.
FOR SALE-A ('adallic automobile. Sat T AT (pA..E -" $11.95. Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick-
with tonneau. Tonneau can be taken ets on sale September 12, 13, 16. 17
,off and made a runabout. Bought two THE PERFECTION CANOPY and 18. with final limit September 25.
years ago: hasn't wbetn tun 2000 miles. for wood and -ron beds and children's Extension available to October 10.
workingg parts absolutely perfect, cribs, supplied bitb either bobinet of; For further Information and Pull-
Needs tires: $50 will make it as good
as new.. Same machine laid down htre plain netting. ua reservations, call city ticket office.
\\,uuld cst $1100. TVill sell for $3so. For Sale by Mclver and MacKay. telephone 129.
Twoa lamps horn and cyclomneter. A --- i
b;Irgain f,.r quick buyer. Will demon, i MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS
Mtrat-i. W. B. Powell. St. Petersburg. a At
I FOR SALE-The best bred trotting Via
( stallioin in Florida. Fast. sound and o
|e.nile-. Standard and registered. Has TTD N Y
Strtttad a uarter in 30 seconds. Dr. A
i P[In. sburg. Fla. FROM JACKSONVILLE a
LOW ROUND TRPS VA THE $20.70, Richmond, Va., and return.
LOUISVILLE & EASHYILLE RAILWAY Your Tickets an sale September 2, 3, 4 and
i _____ j r- r Health? :, limit Serptembe-r 13.
The Louisville & Nashville Railroad \ .S-. $32.95. Oklahoma City, .O. T., and re-
will sell round trip rates from Jack- turn. Tits n .ale September 7,
we ..- and 9: limit. September 14.

J. P. VAN RENSSELAER General Agent
124 Peachtree St.. Attlta. (

$25.10, Baltimore. Md, and return.
Tickets on .ale September 8, 9 and
10.: lndit. September 17.
$34.95. Toronto, Ont., and return. Tick-
.-r. .*n C.- ,mh 1 1 bn -

ere ton a i pteimn lr 1 to1 j.(. lil-
it. Sp-rintmber 24: extension to Oc- PD
tober 24.
S$10.35. Atlanta, Ga. and return. Tick-
ets on sale S-rptember 29 antd 30;
limit. am iteber 7. extension to Octo-
her :.12.
S$20.70, Richmond. Va.. and return.T e n
,T -,..- o,n sawe a .tober 1: limit. Oc-
thor b.
Z 44.70. San Francisco and Los Angeles,
one way (second class). Tickets on I
sal-. ullr v .-,-,.-nb.r I-. o ()ct Nh

$37.30. Washington. D. C, and return.
Sk ..- -ii .ale .iaily' t S-epternber
S'. !;niat <<-to aier 31.
1 4tC.05. Chicago, III. and return. Tick-
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TODAY and every day until Orcanltp3 O
Colonist Tickets to CALIFORNIA, OREfGON a n
Choice of two routes to CALIFORNIA. One
CITY..The other via MEMPHIS and EL PASO, TS A& .
Liberal stopovers of five days on California T7el h i.t a
days on Northwest Tickets. |
No changes. Through Tourists Sleeping Cars evry d p.


30 Days Limit WOl be Aflswe d 1
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,rlund trip Summer Excursioln from all point Biet to 11A
(itic ct',a.t anl Northwest. until September 1.54h. with ui erlel h g
,,\er privilegtr g,,od returiniiig to October lIst. 1909.
Round trip tickets account Raptit conventionn lman
'risco and l ,s Angeles, on sale from September 2nd to 14th, 111
Clinic O'cttwr :;Ist.

Cheap C'-ol.,nit one way tickets to California and 5lrt
from AIRguist 27th to (kttob-r ls3t. 1

I'e the sr.l-ndid through servk-e of the SOUjTHERN
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-- .A.XFI.: :IL..A.: RAW PHOSPHATE ROCK I How Is Baby Today1Better. 71 I WILL PAY MEN WEEKLY f'

The Ohio And Illinois experiment j I Railroads Will Inaugurate a New System -

Tb American People are Noted for Their Love of Fair Play. So True" {* stations have undoubtedly solved an : thank 700. In fact qa te weQ. in. Order to Get an Adequate Mothers !
Fat round and full of life and nusclueL
This. That It flay Be Said To Be a National Trait of Character. important problem In Increasingsoil i; Force of Section Hands 1
fertility by determining that finely t Pink and white fleih dotted with dm I .

ground. raw pbos bate rock, ("floats") I' pies. No cough so icdigciuoa. For some time It has been a very Lock ouU for Cliilclren\s
Thejfian who strikes another a foul blow or maliciously tries to injure him Is the most economical form of pbospborua !' difficult matter for railroads to _get your
fa his &ineu. or, in his social standing U detected and abhorred. The Amert- All on account of i
to buy and use on soils deftj j I enough men to do the section worknecessary : Health while they
sTOW to manifest their are young.
can generally of each
pt fle rejrot disapproval unfairtiettmeWwbef dent in that particular element of j on their lines In this section
"an .
is afforded.
opportunity plant food. -}Floats. as rich In phosphorus of the state.There .
IIIui4iti of this disposition w the fact that although base, false' and ma-
as steamed bone cost only Is a great demand for laborers -
llcioai auar>% Dr. Pierce of Buffalo and his celebrated
upon widely Family I Iii
one-third the price of the latter. which In many directions and In thephosphate
Medicinn sometimes injured the eale of these mentonons jsmediea for
jfare a
about J2* a ton. To be made available mines and turpentine farms
time, \ftAnhtn such unjust assaults have been met and their falsehoods completely '
or soluble however. the raw It is Raid that higher wages are paid.
j/ifoted, a natural reaction has followed and their eale has been fully
restore again. hospnate must'be used In combination i[t and the men get their money every I

with decaying vegetable matter. administered mother whose love .,I week the latter.said to be a very 1mIportant -
_In_\*$ _;<_< ftf th LaJit*' Home Jmrnl, of Pniladelphia. uhich, in 19THf by a. matter. TpDu paRst. 5..
In Illinois experiment station I
an J -
nbjisned'p, l 'maljciou-Ty JHi* ni irx- i* article+ aiacwirgt I was tempered with common sense. ,
fierce aiuiisF1FrcerinnWLb.[ yH-Jrpc. >n rtire.Lr! v> %'fcctlff bulletin on experiments in soil treat- She knows that OZOMULSION i.a if I( It Is understood that the railroads Is a great raedieina for children. It keeps their liver active

7 <*eakne > ai l di-tres'ing aifrnn-Tpr.nhTjThi itu trtnt Professor Hopkins says: I have at last realized that they must In a mild penile manner, you will gee a healthy color appear
i; \ lii Mate 01 > rK h'- rt i'rif-iir: It now seems evident that by I> fountain of energy for crown-up t do aomething Many recent "wrecks and illness
preifle > ev* 2z r n txp b ro-l I on their cheek, for them will boa thing the past.

4.a- >a given_ _fTe_ _i x'tor._ _tii_? i'idrr"r.t_ IJ_pin_*_f"_r__a ?_nt_ _a n n_VTirv per use of large amounts of raw too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes I are said to at least be partially due to

< rt_not ff'r eTM."gti_m prp.4yrrnn nP l>r. Pierce for phosphate with decaying vegetable<< I plenty of rich blood. For pale feeble the bad conditloiKof the roads on account A Positive Cure
ininpr| HTI htmMnle hf-and tiia "Jt'avofiter matter the soil can be more rapidly I of the lack of attention.
folk it Is the chief nourishcr at Lfe'i
ion* were cniplIy' vindicated and the enriched In phosphorus at less expense I r I t The Atlantic Coast Line Is said to CONSTIPATION. CHILLS AND
| and with increase In feast. It cures Consumption when be making arrangements now where-!
5BTT ii i*tHi I ti >iiri-"Mj greater FOR
] ijgbL -a r y if.f1d .-*! t tm? that tlirhv> he m<>v'at The method of applying the rock II 50 cents and $i.oo the. bottle. Let HI I Saturday night. While the wages have ., BILIOUSNESS,, AND ALL"UVER.

>Hv hf n f rihe great rianijwM phosphate may vary under different i,tend not been Increased. yet this one concessIon -. COMPLAINTS.

rnad* t*> j:in r ba.e falsehoods powrM conditions It may be sprinkled over I, youFree It is thought will help considerably 11

hf Ti --"'" "'... ..*_ "" '... ,,_. the manure from day to day as it accumulates -I Sample Bottle by Hall in enlarging the section gangs I Mrs. ;J. Hopkins, Manchester -
hundreds ol thousands r Chronic' Nasal Catarrh. It is well to i In the stable or feeding I and getting more men at work.-Tampa .; ,? \ .. Kan.'writes: "I

peoprealrrt this blessed country II,cleanse the passages two or three times a shed at the rate of about one hundred Write letter or postal toOZOMU1S1ON I TImes.LOW in' A "S have used Herbine for -

our who have been cured of obstinate, i day with Dr Cage's Catarrh Remedy I pounds of rock phosphate for each ton I Ii I -r1- .. L yearsknowofnobetterfeg,. _/
chronic diseases through the use of Dr. I fluid while persisting I in the use of the of It be CO. ROUND TRIP = -j_.. ,.. : chills and fever headache .:
manure; or may sprinkled over ,
natural "Golden Medical Discovery for its blood I Hpw York --
Plerce's Medicines and U Is only i 98 Pine Street. biliousness : -
that such people should rise up and speak cleansing and specific- curative effects .I the manure as it Is being loaded on the I EXCURSION RATES .------- a My -
their' sentiments pretty freely when Dr. upon the die'aed mucous membranes. It wagon or manure spreader; or it maybe I \.4 are never sick. I will '"-

PiereA and his medicines are so unjustly will cure a very large per cent of all cases, I spread, broadcast on the land and I Via the Atlantic Coast Line I \ use It always." -

attacked.These grateful patients of Dr. Pierce I even tlve, or after chronic they have stage reached and no the' UI f'ra-1 clover J-loTed or under cowpeas.with stable or other manure organic or ,;: UNIVERSITY COLLEGE $45.70, Denver, Colorado Springs, Pu- I I :ifHi.PRICE5Oc.; : .

hoe many ct7ra' standiny they eblo. Colo. Tickets on sale 19 to
are to be found In almost hamlet may OF MEDICINE
could disked
every matter If the be
and country village. and in the farm It is equally' efficacious in affections the I ground 'i VIRGINIA %%. inclusive, good to stop ovf at I \
houses and mechanics' cottages in every mucous lining of the larynx, bronchia and before being plowed. and the phosphate : STUART MtCUtR:: M. D. Patsiorar. Colorado common points. Diverse > Ballard Snow Liniment Co. :

noo* and corner of this great country I respiratory organs in general thus curing i! and organic matter thus mixed with !! This CoCcgf conforms to the Standards route west of the Mississippi river,

Common gratitude prompts such people bronchitis,laryngitis and other affectionsglv1'ig i I! each other and the soil. it would no :i fixed by law for V-dtcal Edccat.on.Send ita with final limit October 15.;> SOO-502 North Second St. \ :
rise to obstinate hang- n-eoughs. I Bulletin No.!,wtoct tens about it.
to stand and defend Dr. Pierre and I dcubt be an advantage. I '
up D. C. Sold
his medicines against unjust and. malicious It is not so good in acute coughs following I I There is the method in a nutshelL |I Three tree cataloff ed Department (4240, Washington, dally .t.sS ST. LOUIS. MOi .,
attacks. sudden" colds as in the lingeriog, chronic I' MEDICI8EOtHTISTRYPt.l3WUCYMozley to September 30 All tickets limited ;
coughs. Nor must the"Golden Medical And it is In perfect harmony with j to October 31. S

Dr. Plerce's Medicines have been on ,, Discovery- be expected to work miracles.It ature's own method. Nature slowly $36.65, Oklahoma Cit O. T. Tickets ont -
sale in drug stores all over this country I will ,not cure consumption in its j makes the phosphorus!' and potassium I -- --- -- --- t sale September 7. 8 and 9, with final
and in many foreign lands for more than advanced stages-no medicine will do I i ;,
and their sale! continues in the soil soluble and therefore available limit to leave Oklahoma City September -
forty yet
that.,but for all obstinate hangoncoughsdue
to grow in a substantial and most gratifying to Urynglal or bronchial irritation > for plant* food. Man by cultivation I 14. Sold and Recommended by

way This could not be the case if and kindred affections, of the throat and Ly adding organic matter j I $28.15, Baltimore, Md. Tickets on sale! -

they were not remedies of more than which, if neglected wr badly treated, are t make nature work faster Now raw s September 8. 9 and 10 with final The Anti-Monopoly DrugstoreCOLONIST ::

ordinary merit. likely to lead up to consumption, the rock phosphate applied to land sup- ) limit to leave Baltimore September

WHAT DO THEY CtRE ? Discovery"can be relied upon toprodpce I llied: with humus-the very life of the Lemon Elixir. i 17th. -- -- ---- -

I the bent curative regu'U. I :soIl-will be made available, in ex.' I $11.S5, Atlanta, Ga. Tickets. on sate''
Dr.Plerce's Favorite Prescription Is not
The Golden Medical Discovery Is, I the the 12 n 16 11 and with final
'Cure All* but actly same way original store Sept. 18.
advertised as fc admirably
from Its tonic and specific curatUe control THE BEST'FJUrILY
fulfills a singleness of purpose. being a I over mucous surfaces, especially of phosphorus was prepared for the1 j limit September %5. Extension maybe '

superior and most positive remedy for one efficacious In curing indigestion, dyspepsia I ;;lants by nature. Nature makes her MEDICINE had to October 10. .1
class of diseases onlv-those easily recogaUed I ,weak stomach and'LlverComplaint." own superphosphate, and does not $20.95, Memphis, Tenn. Tickets on
weaknesses derangements 1 Irregularities -I or biliousness. Even ulceration of the hate to pay tribute to the fertilizer : For Constipation, Biliousness Indigestion sale September $ to 12. Inclusive,
and painful disorders peculiar: to stomach and bowels has In thousands of tMl"t. t Sour Stomach, Colic. with final limit September 20
women. It is a powerful yet gently act cases been cured by it; also obstinate S f Diaries, Headache mod mnythmg $38X0. Toronto Ont., Canada. Ticketson .
Invigorating,tonic and strengtheningnervine. chronic diarrhea. caused by a disordered I"iYU- sale September 12-15. inclusive, DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN .

For weak,worn-out.o\er worked I In addition to all the foregoing, not the Two \lltmeeaea I Removes with final limit September %4. Ext -:,

women-no matter what has causedthe least valuable of the marvelously efficacious In order! to test a Chinese witness' .. t tension to October 24 may be had. TODAY and day until Octo.31st, the MISSOURI PACIFIC -
break-down.-whether It be from too I That Drowsy Feeiing"by every
I the Discovery"
possessed by -
properties qualification for taking the oath an Summer tourist rates to all summer
frequent bearing of children or from much U the urwqualed regulating and RAILWAY and IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE will self cheap
I petting your digestive organs lesorts. Tickets vale -*
worry, care, or over exertion of any kind, strengthening effect exerted t>y H over the f.'ngJisItlD4lilstrate asked him the other are on daily unI
"Favorite Prescription" will be found heart's action. 11 has made some wonderful day where he expected to ga when be to work" increasing your appetite. I'UI September :30, with pnal limit to Colonist Ticket to CALIFORNIA OREGON and NORTHWEST. -
most efficient in building up the strength, and in fact. make you feel like a teturn time before or on October
cures of cry pronounced valvular and died. He replied "Peking"* and was : any :...
regulating all the womanly functions, I other affections of that organ. I 'XEW M.9-t." i, 3L Choice of two routes to CALIFORNIA. One through SAINT -

banishing pain and bringing about a reg- The r i.o 60f ...d! $'.00 per BoH' For further Information apply to. LOUIS. KANSAS CITY. SCENIC COLORADO and SALT LAKE
ular ana healthy, vigorous condition of covery"cures so wide a range of diseasesis One In Another English court, a little : at alt Drug Jt l'... I nearest agent or J G. Kirkland Div. r
the whole female system. Thin it correct made plain in a booklet sent free on girl, in answer to that question said, t j Passenger Agent Tampa. Fla. i iI CITY. The other via MEMPHIS and EL PASO, TEXAS.
..*prolapsus or tilling of womb retro- 0.. Dose C.nvtec.s.
request mailed to Dr.K.V. Pierce,Buffalo "
version anteversion and other displacements N. Y If interested, !send for it. "I don't know. The horrified counsel I Liberal stopovers of five days on California :Tickets: and ten _
of the female pelvic organs, due to I I The powerful alterative or blood purify called] the judge's attention to the an- t { SEABOARD AIR LINE .

weakness or over exertion lifting or fatiguing I ling properties pos.sei.sed by the Discov-- I swt"r.Oh.. I don't know either," said SPECIAL RATES days on Northwest Tickets. -..:,

over-work. In short it makes I cry. will naturally suggest its use for the the Judge. "Swear the witness" tI No changes. Through Tourists Sleeping Cars every day.. z-:..'
weak and sick well.
women strong women
cure of blotches, pimple eruption: as I ti I
$11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tickets
As to Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dlseovery -I eczema, salt-rheum and other bl.ln afectlons -
it has a very large range of application In all of which it has made remark- s.. Wor.hlp. on sale Sept. 29th and 30th with1 1 HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS -

,yet it is by no means recommendedas able cures; also in scrofulous! cores!and old. One of the best friends the tailor has I final limit Oct. 7th. Extension availS I
'Cure-All. It marvelousalteratlveor ulcers. or p.atlnsores.. To heal the ... TO ARKANSAS. TEXAS OKLAHOMA, LOUISIANA INDIAN
a possesses open Is a spell of warm, bright sunshine. Itshow i j able to Oct. lie j jI
blood cleansing, properties I. latter, use Dr. Pierce s All-Healing Salve '
J$1195 Atlanta Ga. and return. Tick TERRITORY AND MEXICO. J
a the Uabby portions of dress!
and Is at the same time I a most Invigorating as a local application while taking the up _
tonic or strength otter. It exert a Golden Medical Disco\ery" to correct and reveals its faded parts In unmis- ets on sale Oct. 9th and 10th. with

specific, cleansing soothing and healing the blood and cleanse the system A box takable fashion with the result that I final limit Oct. 29th. Extension avail- 30 Days Limit Will be Allowed on These ,
effect\ upon all l the lining mucous membranes I will be mailed to any address on receipt oft able to Oct. 30th.
the find their to the Tickets Which Will be So'd
wearers FOOD
of the system; hence Its great fifty-four cents In stamps. If your dru<;- way $23.75 Richmond, Va.. and return. Tick- on _".
curative value in all eatarrhal affections, I gist don't have It in stock addresr Dr. tailor and order a fresh supply of up to ets on sale Sept. 30th and Oct. 1st, SEPT. 4 and 18. OCT. 2 and 16. -

&o matter where located. 1 Pierce, as above. date styles.-London Tailor and Cutter. with final limit Oct. 8th.

--- $20.70; Memphis, Tenn.. and return. LIBERAL STOPOVERS :
Miraculous Mnltlpllcatlaa. I Tickets on sale Oct. 15th. 16th 17th "
io KNIGHT & LANG A lady who recently bought a dinner and 18th with final limit Oct. 20th. Go See the New Country. J -
1eT'Ticetonsl"ting of fifty-four pieces I Extension available to Nor 30th. t Free Literature Mailed on Request. --

for n 3s. was informed by her house $21.15 New Orleans, La. and return .
4 ,
Successors S. A. STANDLEY & CO. -
i __ maid the next .uay that the bargain Tickets on sale Oct. 12th to 15th. in- -- .

had become still more wonderful, for.t elusive, with final limit Oct. 30th.1 Traveling Passenger Agent,
Ex-tension available to Xov 30th.
A Full Stock of Wagons, Carriages Buggies, Harness, consisted of 1425 pit'CeS.- $34.45 Rock Island, III, and return. Chattanooga. Tenn.

Phonographs from $10 to S50. Over Tickets on sale Oct. 6th. 7th and 8th. ,

Saddlery and all the Accompanying Lines IHnmppolmilmg. COO different records in stock to select with final limit Oct. 16th. I

from. A, El Burnett. the jeweler exclusIve $3440 Dallas. Texas, and return. TIck-

-. : HEAVY FARM AND TURPENTINE WAGONS. Mrs Justlookms-Have yon any agent for Ocala. ets on sale Oct. 6th. with final limit .- -- ,
embroidered waists Salesman
hand 21 days from date of sale.

_____ 1 Exclusive Agents for the Famous White Hickory Turpen (who has waited on her before)-I'm $11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tickets -_ %tjp. --_- -

very sorry to disappoint yon. madam. on sale Sept. 12th and 14th. with

tine Wagon. Prompt Attention to out ofjTo\\ Orders. but we have.-Chicago News. final limit Oct. 30th. Extension avail- TFII'PAND
.::: able to Oct. 30th. ROUND OHEAP ONE WAY

KNIGHT & LANG WILLIAMS' CARBOLIC SALVE $11.95 Atlanta, Ga.. and return. Tickets -

with ARNICA and WITCH HAZEL I on sale Oct 19th. 20th 21st and ,

- OCALA 9 M-URIDA : \x %%n4. with final limit Oct. 30th. Extension RATES TO
The best calve in the world for cuts, available to Nov. 15th. ,

bruises: sores ulcers. salt rheum. tetter $29.95 Baltimore. Md., and return. Tick- j CALIFORNIA .&. NORTHWEST -
chapped: hands and all skin erup eta on sale Sept. Sib and 7th. wIthfinal )
tions. It Is guaranteed to give satisfaction : .,.4Wi t1a1JSr. I>|
limit 15th.
ii or money refunded. Price, ::ic. ;en/ Sept. Round trip Summer Excursions from all points E"lt:! toPa..-
Florida East Coast I
Railway. Sold by William Anderson. Williams $33 Toronto, Ont., and return. Tickets '
Manufacturing Co., Proprietors, Cleve- on sale September 12, 13. 14 and I cine Coast and Northwest until September 15th. with a. ecial stop

IS, with final limit September %.. t
__ land O.FOR .
over privileges. good retarding to Octoj er >lt, 1'"C.

: local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, j906. SALE-A Cadalllc automobile $11.95 Extension, Atlanta available, Ga., and to October return. Tick-%4. p

_ with tonneau. Tonneau can be taken ets on sale September 12. 13, IS, 17 .
Round trip tickets account Baptist Convention San Fran-!
SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND-REAO UP. off and made a runabout. Bought two THE PERFECTION CANOPY and 18, with final limit September 25. '

years ago; hasn't been run 2000 miles. for wood and iron beds and children's Extension available to October 10. f-lsco and LoA Angeles, on sale from September 2nd to 14th. final; _:

''." Working parts absolutely perfect. cribs, supplied with ..itber bobinct of For further information and Pullman -
IL 55. I'mlt October11sL '
SUTIO .r Needs tires; $;sO win make it as goodas
DaUt DaZ2: Daily, Daily l plain netting.For reservations call eity ticket office. i :
.. Same machine laid down here
_ new I _
I ; 00pa .2CaIa Iw Jacksonville .u 72.5pm a ass. would cost (1100. Will sell for 1350:: Sale by Mclver, and MacKay. t telephone 129MANY -

t' t : : a = : SontisjacksonvUleV. : l7pm I = Two lamps horn and cyclometer A -- -- --- Cheap CoioniKt one way tickets to California, and Vorthweat'
1 ci.A.guattue. lZpm bargain for quick buyer. Will demon. I ,
11 .. _ I S4pm 49am -
Upm lI&m .. Hastings trate W B.: Powell, St. Petersburg, AtEXTREMELY from August ZTtrt tw October 31st. ,
I oiIiua 1115&m ,.____East Palatka_" Ii 20pm 6 lOam Fla. 1//

- -= l3pm 12 : t :_ 4 : i DO YOU I LOW RATES I p -
t_ !E U : Peiatk _Ar _5.?=. team ViaSOUTHERN
FOR SALE-The best bred trotting Use the *
erlendid through service of the SOUTHERN P-
iipm __._ Ar _San tlaieo Lv Ii :LIam:
_ -
___ I lbam L'I'_......... ........__San Iateo _...._......--Ar II 25pm t stallion In Florida. Fast. sound and III I ( '
gentle. Standard and registered. lias IFIC from New Orleans, or UNION PACIFIC from fit Louts:or
a ,_ 4 lasam :1 RY.FROM t
c4p 12 Upaa L'I' BUDDel'! L'I' IOpm L'rfi7' I .
.. trotted in SO seconds. Dr. :
a quarter '
I f I iSpm 12 60pm Dupol .. 4 2:1pm: I lOam I III ("nirago to destination. with Steamship lines to Japan, China'etc.;
548pm lupin _ Ormond lt6pxa ItOtnifl Dean, I>ee burg, Fla.
.\ I' rnp. 1 t4pm .. __ Daytona_ _ .. I sSpin:; 4 Stain 1 1 JACKSONVILLE i :-0--- a"
10 Upa 1l6pm" _Port Orange< I Spm S TRIPS VIA THE kV't ,
-I -10 sapm 200pm Ar__............K.... Smyrna--;.......__ .. I Spm 4 15am LOW ROUND II I $2070 Richmond Va., and return. i Write for Rates and Information.

lOam 4 "":j- Lake Helen_tL'I' loopm 6 Upmtl LOUISYILLE & NASHVILLE RAILWAYThe Tickets on sale September 2, 3. 4 and i % '

_____- __ :: 4 500pm btpm ,.-...,.........Orang.cltyjunctton_Orana City _- : 12 U4pm bOpm : btpm,, I I I 5; limit September 13. J. P VAS" REV&SFXAER, General Agent
I II $32.95, Oklahoma City, X). T, and return -
4 t t'
10 46pm 2 IGpm Lv Key 8mym.- AT' Opm:; Louisville & Nashville Railroadwill
11 IOpm 2 Wpm" _.__Oak Hut__ La 2 40pm I Stain Jacksonville i I Tickets on sale September 7, 124 Peachtree St.. Atlanta, Ga.
from -
_______ 11 11pm S 1I5pm __.__ ......__.__" 2 CClpm 5 OOamIt sell round trip rates 9, limit, September li
If do, take
to shown on dates In- you d1-Cd j
points :: :
_ Art anforI lL 11 Stain J I Baltimore I Md, and return. '
a = &sm Lv- _. a 10&mliip dicated. Proportionately low rates a- -
SOpin -- ---- --- -
rgrrs Suec-fic Tcblcfc Tickets on sale September 8, 9 and '!
I .. llpm L'I' tun1l1e'r 2 05pmU I 015W from other points.
_ Il&Ia S .. Coe a .L'I' 41 2'pm 222am 10; limit. September 17 I .
filpm ... -- -- ----
s4a Sspm _ _RockIe4e 10pm 2 isis $17.55, Memphis, Tenn., and return. the .v4sWu ten lor Iit'o Nrr.s $34.95, Toronto, Ont., and return. Tickets !' -
: siuia .: : : J 1 S7aln Tickets sale 9 to 12, i Ixoi ,;: tasiip&W. ;: s..4.r=
_ 22pm .. au Galli." 47pm on Ire J: :1.- sni a tiabe* on sale September 12 to 15; lImIt i
ISis 4 __Melbonrne_ _ n 12 1 7am T"M.'t". ,s,4, __ j
7pm "
BOpm inclusive. Final return limit good to 'sisaxisi' : I
I loam .. n 12 63am26h&m .... ,,....- g.o i.sI September 24; extension to Oc- ; ,
_ 110pm Bebto- 11 2&m O" ,
I OOjIm .. _ .SL Locle _ n 1068am U OOU't leave :Memphis returning September ;I ::;. ,:,:.41 r.s'c.h f<,\.:;mss V.,"i'I ., tober %4. ; SPEND THE AUTUMN MONTHS
.. .. k.b ir tvc:
S main S lbpm --Fort Fierce 10 lOam 11 Mpm 20 1906. ; ,., ,:
I .uarwEstrc--m..its. din $10.35, Atlanta, Ga.. and return. Tick-I
I lOam I I7p. S___Tibb.i1. .. 10 17am UI II/pm/ ..... ", '. !
Tick- "n wet! at Send tar kok (
- IS&Ia I "pm .. _Eden_ _ _.. 10 iSis 11 11pma :> $32.20, Dallas Tex., and raturn. 11'I para'-u..... uratr:." a ."se-rn. .&5ofc 5,,.... I eta on sale September 29 and 30; t INTHETennessee
Stain S S6ptn .... Jensen _ _.. 10 (6am 11 0515WI eta sold October 6 and 7. Final return -Tt.v.i1bo"..... ps d.prsvareisI.t pnrs.. J'S I limit. October 7; extension to October -.
bias S 17pm .. 5tu&rt to 10 00am 10 11pm limit 21 days from date of sale. .J lis&.inan5rac.zicOu. ] 22,
.. :
-. 4 2O&DI. 1 28pm nobe Sound II 34is 10 11pm ,
:sOam I sepia :__- : l8. 1009pm I $32.80, Buffalo N. Y, and return. $20.70, Richmond. Va.. and return.' IMountains-
Skis 11pm v'e = Tickets old October 10. 11 ani 1%.
Palm Beadb _-. Siam 10pma -- --, -- TTikets on sale October 1; limit October -
.I f3&m a flpm : BoyntoI1 __.. 820am II Olpm t Final return limit leaving BuTaJo: 8.
11:1am: .6Opm Dellay ___ 8 12am 8 IiOpm .
a Stain I sepia ::- von Lauderdale- -.. 7 2Ii&m 7 69pm October 19. 1906. $-H.7t), San Francisco and Los Angeles, I REACHED VIA -
Slam 9 f7prq. .. P.1515- .-. 719am 7 10pm $19.60; New Orleans La., and return. Remington one way (second class). Tickets on

______- 7 a 09am I8am 10 IIMpm 20pm .._ -_- _Temon HallaDdal-Ct17.- .. 7 1 oo.m 11am 119pm 7 Upm Tickets sold October 12 to 15. in- j sale daily September 15 to Octo- Nashville

IIOaJa 10 JOpm Ar "lam! T'I' I sam 1 09pm509am elusive. Final return limit Ocu b T j t. r 31. Chattanooga
Lv _, _ ___ f ft ,
S ID Itazi f-' : ;;" It: J =: 30. By depositing ticket with sP< : Sholes MOST COMPUTE [$37.30, Washington, D* C.. and return. :
cial agent at New Orleans and paring TrrewwrtuEQUPMOTT : Thin es on sale dally to September
fee of 50 cents, an extend.n 'f i nut i Pi: limit October 31. t and St. Louis Railway
BfcffH Parlor Can on trains 29 and 78. Buffet Sleeping Can on trains 99! and sa.INII '
if- J Dally except bonday.C1 return limit can be secured unt: Tea year ago was a g O O d typewriter I $46 05, Chicago IlL and return. Tick-I \ .

k3 November 31. 1906. Five yean ago waa a bettertypewnter ets on sale daily to September 30; Tickets at Very Low Rata on Sale Daily Until September. .
151, I 5.24Ne,20 $1765 Memphis. Tenn., arid return. I Round Trip ,, ,
... NI.Z2 Sat. Today ia the best typewriter limit October 3L It-
.18 Limited to October>> 31. 1906 : _
17 ansI J !
D 16
"TrOn iI, Tickets sold October la t ; "' -
sauicn sad | 5410 Saratoga, N. Y. and return.via
October 31(' littrtkuftf -_ Write for BEArTIFTLL.T Itl-t.: STRATED Folder of Reort Reached
::. Daily Daily l.a. 1$ Final return limit she .. New Ttirk. I .
osnogas !, allowing ten days'atop
_ J Only ticket with eclal by This Line. --
Dr depositing sj f\er afhington. Baltimore, -J'::: _
I ,ir.d paying fee >t
200pl000a.L-r--Jaehon'l'm.-Ar agent at Memphis
100& 840& 1 tOOp 120p Philadelphia or New York. Ticketson
IMp sIiplalac 2Q6pII0 "--SouthJaebon'l'1ll,. 'I' 15a: 832ai262p61tp Slip *.<*nts. an extension of return lira .: .
20 POp 7 24)1 5 lOp -_Biblo Beech_" ital 800&12 5(1p! 8.Op sale daily to September 30: limit DIXIE FLYER ROUTETO -;
tO5i "DPI ASic 2"PI10"" -----.t.UanUe Eeaehs tl 711alilSpj Slit Sa5pI IT nmy be secured until rove nhc: October 31- .

I !.i _'6P'_ 1O I .UOOaArlaJPOn-L_ 600&_7 4sM 12 Otis! lOOp_ S 20p I 30 1906. Many other attractive rates "
$ E.C5. Chicago, Ills, and return. Ttoet. ',- ::; .: "
___ rENINSUUR AND OCCIDENTAL STWISUIr CO 'NIenO S AT MWU. un :vale daily to S-ptton ;C:.. For farther: information apply to J4-

I Final return Imit October 3L 1'1"< T. K. McCALL. St. Louis and Chicago and All Points West and Northwest. Through. Pull--. '
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. '
.M Ceucctloi AU!e at Miami wita SUaauhlp .l the P. & 0. S. S. Company far $5790 Denver Colorado Spring or I JAMES FREEMAN. man Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Cars. *-.a.l-"

Pueblo, Colorado, and return. TI'k- _
District Passenger Agent. .
Havana and Key West I I ets on sale daily to SeptonbtJinal -. ; <> 103 West Bay Street. Jacksonville Fla. ., .,
I .t ,, : <
ice.dsaskg -
return limit. October 31. 1906) Phone 743. Leaves Jacksonville 9 p. m. -;
$J8.4C, Hot Springs Ark.. and return. 'acd. I-
Two Sailings Each
"Week. .._ .. .. -
f .use wee4. # a" vsaiI'a.tide
Tickets on sale daily. Final return For Folders Full Information, na teas Reservations, Etc. cH on er -
Train Dlcbar Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers. limit 90 Jays from date of sale 51 t1Iw Sals.Ii .-----.Ie SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE write to
.,asescti, W,*t tw tort****r kard ,ot.e,
Daily to September 30. r>,und trip Arrival and Departure of Trains at -
r TfceM Tlma TaMe cbov the times at which train may be expected to arrUe at and bat their arrival at the nines summer tourist tickets on ten dayfc' test to prove Ita aaperlortty
several stations, departure atated is
*0 tae notroaianteedMt
ron Florida Passenger Agent 21$ West Bay Street Jack* nvia?. Fta
at tbls Company to be held re ponibie delay*or any consequence*arising tbere rom. various resorts. Full information Results CoURt a bandaome book of <
t ,:,> Of TIME CARD Other Information name ot nearest repreaentaUTe. free NoFtbbound..12 57 .
For Copy Uio LOCAL or : p. m.Southbound -- - -- --- -
ni: i -' .- __ _. ... 2:20 p..DL

Fin Pass Agt. LX.. It. R. Building, Chicago Northbound. _-,?. .... %:10 a. m. -
'./. D. RAMNER. Asst. Gen'I. Pas*. Aft..' ST. AUGUSTINE FLA II! W. Bay St..JackronvtIle Fla. -= an i Jacksonville, Fla i Southbound : ?,. .... .. .. 2:30 am.. Kjke tUOaeyc and Bladder Bftbt *tojta*tb-s co a Z,.CM* b'oaSe

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OCALA,-EVENING, STAR THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1906 -- "- _' ; < '.< t. ; ''-. _-: .:;. :PAGE THREE
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We offer One Hundred Dollars Re March "Mr Own U. 8.Edwardl I S.'H. BLITCH. Manager. ,:J.:_C. BOOZER,i Airt.- lkanaSu- ..;
ward for any ease of Catarrh that can #
meet this evening. not be cured Hall's Catarrh (Singing cborua.1. ,- ::: "
by Cure :
GEO. J. BLITCH. Teller.
Clearance Sale ** -
August Waits "ZendaOverture
F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo. O.
Bearers meet tomorrow night. We the undersigned, have known P.J "Cracker Jack-Malsie.
Cheney" for the last 15 years and believe Schottische, 'Magnolia'. liases.

Some rare bargains in UarlJandchina him perfectly honorable in all Cornet Duet. "Grand Fantasia Bo- The Strong Hold the S ':
...OF... at the Postofflce Drugstore. business transactions and financiallyable Uro" R- B. HaIL By Messrs. Tuckerand '
t". carry out any obligations madeb Gardner.

)lr. S. T. Sistrunk drove out to Mar- his firm. Overture -A Gleam of Heaven'-C.Harris. ,. .
lei this afternoon on business. Walding. Rinnan & Marvin COMMERCIAL-BANK S
WASH COODS Wholesale Druggists Toledo. 0.
Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken internally Medley. National Airs with BogleCalls ,
Try the Victor, single Cone steel acting directly upon the blood -Selected.: Q -
tempered springs, fully guaranteed to and mucous surfaces of the system.Ttstimontais .
last lifetime, at Mclver & }JacKa *.. OCALA, >LA. 55
a )
...IN... sent free. Price 75e. per MRS. KEAN VERY SICK
bottle. Sold: by all druggists.
)[r. Jesse Lo>ell of Sparr was In the Take Halls Family Pills for consti
city toda pation. Mrs. Horace Kean of Dunnellon Is Has Upon Public Confidence L Evidenced *
> j jDon't reported as being unconscious from a b/ Its Lar -

White and Colors severe attack of typhoid fever. Mrs. and
faU to try the new fancy I Geo. A. Carmichael returned home Increasing Business _'
Kean Is the wife
of the marshal of
drinks and Ices the Anti
at -Monopoly last night from his trip to Hot Springs
Drugstore.G. Dunnellon. who was so severely -- ---- ---- ._-- .._
where the waters did him much gooL -
wounded Monday, and Is now in the
Speaking of Mr. FisbeL he said he left
T. Abbott of Croom was registered hhn on the sick list suffering with Marion county hospital.McCASKILLCASON.
at the Montezuma last night.
troubles which the waters
Towols were bringing out.
You can get the Atlanta. Journal every -
day and Sunday at Allan Bridges'news Married
Sunday night. August 25.
stand for 12 cents a week. Mrs. Edward Hel\enston. who has
and Embroideries been spending a month at"Rabun Gap at the parsonage by Rev. L. M. Roper, '

H. A. Groat of Jacksonville is at the Ga. Is now at Clavburn. Ga.. and will pastor of the First Baptist church of =ni
Spartanburg. S. CL, Mr. J D McCa-
remain there k
Ocala House. during September. She Qt K
Kill of that city and Miss
Carrie Ca-
Elbow Length Silk Gloves >in< Black Don't fail tosee the hand-painted is enjoying her' outing greatly son. formerly of this city but now of

heton! S. C. where she
china at the Ocala News was visiting
Company- Colonel Brown president of the Fair
relatives' at the time of the .s4g i.
and White at to be given away. Association who was to have met the marriage.The *
bride is bright lovely young
Ocala board of trade this afternoon
Messrs. Henderson and Goolsby, of was called away at noon to some other lady and highly respected by all who
across the river, were in town today. important gathering. know her. The groom Isxa splendid
young business man. of good connec-

RH E1NAUER'SIYOUR Have you Catarrh! See W. L. Ditto Men women and children can geta tion, and now holds a. responsible position -
for free sample of Dr. Blosser'a Ca- coupon with every 10 cent purchaseat with a large mercantile: houseIn

tarrh Cure and get welL the Ocala News Co. on the beautiful Spartan burg, which place the young
china now on display. couple will make their future home*
Miss Miriam Pasteur has returned We all wish them long life and much

.u from a visit to friends in North Carolina I i happiness The wedding was a quiet
EYE 'one there being only a few present

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you want a phonograph absolutely USE MARRIED AT CITRONELLERev.
free, read the Star's free phono- THE
DINING ROOM with graph one.Ed offer. and supply your home AND ABUSEThose L. W Moore, pastor! of the M
F. enure in this city returned this

morning from Citro neUe, where at 3:30
K. Nelson of the B. W. Blount LEASED FOR TEN
o'clock yesterday afternoon at the YEARSBest
Have You Everything You Need For It? Real Estate firm, is in Eusti!. but will- tired eyes of yours home of the bride's mother he united

be home tonight. will stand lots of abuse, yet In the-holy bonds!' of matrimony. Miss Year-Ronnd Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. Cp-to-Date
Mamie F. MeAlier to Mr. Geo. C. Loen-
A coupon with eery 10 rent purchase there i it* a limit to their necker of Homosassa. Clean and Well
at the Ocala News Co.. that pa-. The bride Is a Furnished Rooms and Plenty' to Eat

We Have Just Received Some Fine Din- puts painted you line for a'piece of hand- tierce and their power. pretty Citronelle.young lady and the and-groom very popularat Is one

You may worry along for of the sturdy' young citizens of Homo- v. J. SHIPMAX PROPKLETOB.

ing Room Furniture, Such as w. }Ol. Gist, the McIntosh fruit grower 55553., and a most worthy young man. !,
and stock man. was in town yes- quite a while, but there will

come a time when you will

SIDEBOARDS, Straw hat cleaner; enough in 25 regret your present indifference. the examination yesterday this THE OCKLA W AHA INN
cent package to keep your hat nice and
question was asked In composition
clean all summer Tydings & Co.
Write two short paragraphs of des-
phone No. 30.
TABLES BUFFETS crl ptlon" A Pleasant Homelike House
I will give adt'iceand ,
you eye
Mr. J. N. Sumner, of the Sumner The following answers are the way a -

Lumber Co. near Kendrick. Is a guest ease at moderate cot. four of the colored" pedagogues wrote [F
I & Elegant Airy Rooms and the
CHINA CLOSETS of the Ocala House. the paragraphs .. :: ,
Dn. D. M. BOEY, "Please fill for James Johnson 1 rv, "t' .

Telephone Tompkins' stable. 124. I bottle of Sasprilla. 1 box of pilte.- very Choicest Table Board.

-J.\XD- or W H. Clark. 112. if you want to Optical Parlors! Upstairs! ,I "Feeling a little ill. I deemed It
take in a round trip outing and fishing necessary to go to the Dr. and he gave Special Rates in Scanner to
Ocala Fla.
Ocala to Silver Springs by carriage Gary Building I me a description of what to do."

thence to Delk's Bluff: via launch I 'De Dr. gate a brief description of
CHAIRS 1 and return for $5 for the party. I I his medicine." Weekly and Monthly Bowl

"In Howard Academy the superintendent .
John Robinson, a worthy citizen of I (called) here the school teach-:
The bottom
Wiiliston. was In town today and went layerof ers.MRS.
era New York. The ladies are supported
It will be a Great Pleasure to Show out this evening to visit friends" at : by their husbands/*, HATCHELL,
Blltchton.Rat box of
a I It was a prescription instead of a .
Them to You and Give Prices. wheat 10 cents, will surely km ,description. s ,, Proprietress.,

mice and rats. All other kinds keptin n OCALA FLORIDA
stock also. Tydings & Co. phoneNo. HORSES AND MULES ., -
You will always find at J. R. Martin -
B. I* Boone and C. S. Bohanon of i A Go's exchange stables in Ocala.
OCALA FURNITURE CO. and at Hugh Nichols': Wildwood station -
Istachatta are registered at the Montezuma CANDIEShins ,
as good: mUle and horses as can
be found In Florida. For quality the
e Restaurant. :
forth as nny i prices are reasonable. No trouble to
WANTED good boy from 14 to show animals. When In need call on
E. C. SMITH. C. V. ROBERTS. IS years, to work in the Star office: delicious marse1s Hugh Nichols proprietor. Ocala or

-........ and lean the business. -Apply to foreman Wildwood. Fla. -
of job rooms. and surprises
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the Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chazal are rejoicing -
Ben Borden of the postofflce as tog layer
force: over the arrival of a daughter.If .
left this afternoon for Oxford to spend First Class Meals
his vacation. His wife and baby and T W.TROXLER. -
you will smoke any bow, In spiteof .
pet dog went down last! Saturday.Ben everything mother has. said, then

expects to do some big fishing for mercy's: sake smoke something yon

CASTORIA are not ashamed of. X-Senator cigarsare CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

r I A beautiful new line of oak and mahogany mild mellow and sweet 6 cents. ,.
I music cabinets. In the newest
designs, on display at McIver & Mac- -
S Kay's. Mr. R. S. Hall returned yesterday Dining Room open until midnight. Personal "i:

For Infants and Children. from Hendersonville, N. C., where he
has bt'en1sltlng his family, who are attention given to special orders, anything .._
Rev W. C. Norton, a Methodist minister
died at Bronson Tuesday' Mr 1J pleasantly located and are enjoyingthe the market offers prepared for the table on : :
climate of the "Land of the Sky"very
The Kind You Have
Norton number of filled '
a years ago
[ 5Wj4 the Methodist pulpit In Ocala. Rev. much. short notice. See our Refrigerator display

Fred Pasco officiated at the funeral.A : Born, to Mr. and 11".J.. J Fuller, in front of the Store. i

Always Bought Ttt greatest thing in I at Weiser, Idaho a few days, ago, a
special bargain In box paper for .
XVccetaUePrcparatioiiforAs- the month of September-Whiting's--. the mtrlJ II drip daughter. She Is the second daughterand Skilled Cooks Attentive Walters and Choice Viands.= .
sIn IaungtI Tocdattd uIa- at :.. 50 and 75 cents. Tydings & Co. lotting the fourth child to come to the < __

bP<*Ite 8tn f'frs Hrd| ROWPIS nf :Bears theSignature phone No. 30 tcimen jauag 1 I home which our esteemed former fellow Special Price to Regular Boarders
I citizen; has established in the
fr It toe this in natural It
a way.
Mrs. Julia Palmer, daughter. Miss! Northwest.
INFANTS CHILDiifcNPromctesT5 I Jessie, and son. Master Whitfietd. will i U net a cooneoc or arofioal i. THE GARM18HAEL & SON GO

move back to Ocala In the fall to. re- coating. It amply clean the pores, GENUINE GOLD MOULDED RECORDS .

csfion.CheeifulneisandRestCofltains tide. greet the blood free circulation 25 CENTS. A SHIPMENTOF
neither removes tfl wrinkles, and uuorci a THEM. OCALA FURNITURE CO. Ed's Place, West of SquarL'AXATIVE
of You !ret your money's worth at the
Opium Morphine flor 'Jdl. Ocala News Company, and a coupon clear be-khy, well groomed (Kin.In .

j 11oTNAncoTlc. for a $25 piece of band-painted chi- frequent see from now win Mr. E. K. Nelson has been on a
na. You can see it In the window. -
keep you young looking and good business trip to Orange and Lake

will looking and $1.00 jar. counties for several days. THE ORIGINAL a
_lII'tUD-SfH/.Zl.lmB Mr Harry Palmer go to Dunedin soc per
in a week or ten days to spend avacation I
Call at our store Mr Harry Walters will go to North
with his mother. for sample Carolina next Wednesday for a two The idea of a Cough Syrup that will, act U1 J

As B-/tJ4_JJ.Ir-. I InUse Hudnots. Rogers. Galleto. Colgates I week's rest In the mountains. on the bowels! and thus assist in expellingcolds

Thftr j and many other fine toilet waters, Anti-Monopoly and; from the system is new and original
==- perfumes and soaps. Bath waters a Mrs. D. W. Tompkins ; little

specialty. A full line of Nadinola S y5Drugstore I daughter Irene will return tomorrow goods. Tydings & Co. phone No. 30. from }Marietta Ga.* where they have '
-- been for the past month visiting relatives. -
I AptxfectRCfliCdyforCotlstipalion. Mr R. El Yonge, the plumber Is do- I .

i! .Sour Stonuch.Diantioea. ing some fine plumbing for Mr A. :E.

nns.Comvlsions.Fes'erlsh- Burnett. Mr. Burnett is adding some A certain safe and harmless for ts os
Mr. John W. Martin a popular young
F For OverThirty modern, plumbing to his residence and
I oess and Loss OF SLEEP. is also having electric: lights put in. traveling man. now with a New York, all Coughs Colds.Croup Whooping Cough,
house! is a guest of the Ocala House.
Facsimile Signature of I La Grippe. Bronchitis Influenza and all
S I W.-\ "TED-A bright man It would '
young seem Mr R. H. Holloman has sold hi Ft.
.1 and Bronchial affections. Mothers KG" 'YALun
Years from Ii to :20 years of age. with some 'V
r knowledge of store duties to take a to be done by i King Grocery to Messrs. F. H. Hinton
NEW YOW I I and BalL Mr. Hinton Is from praise the children's favorite Kennedy'sLaxative -
'tpady position and learn the bu!-me!s!. magic. The Charley -<
t old I \d4res this office. Sharp's Ferry and the eon of Ferryman Honey and TarCOUGH
A| month**
I f. human voice Hinton. Mr. Hinton Is in chargeof
J>iats HI IVC i >T H President Brown of the State Fair the atote.Albert! TAR
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--- 7 "*'" coming from a SYRUP
Association: at Tampa.a!!' in town today -
f' and all morning was interviewingour I wooden box, An.oon Graham a well known
hepaJ' at the laboratory of C.. C. DcWlTT A CO.. CHICAGO. V. .. A.aWtU .
prominent citizens and stock men .;
EXACT COPTCT WRAPP 8. with all its well Marion county boy, to new in the ,
about making a county display at the I confectionery store of Mr. Goode. at RID CLOTU UOSSOaf 4.IB TXS SOTTC BKB M 0* STOT,B0TTXA. -

.ae.._...... aoa.,.aeftOaa...... fair known tones, I Gainesville.Mr SOLD BY THE ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLAA

I i! I and its musia' I
FOR SALE Fifteen -- .
silver-laced "----- --- -
J H. Spencer has moved from
cockrels well marked ThePHONOGRAPH
I Wyandotte
from choice stock. Price $1 each S. t y the Lang home to the residence recently -
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Fire Chief
H Willis. Mclntosh. Fla.Mr occupied by Brigance. .1.1c.ase

4 the Allen Rogers place. Justice Bullock;;:;trying a _... GUARANTEEHalegraaP

Christian. of the Car- ,
NORTHWESTERN CANADAOn I manager is now too well this morning on his broad and ApJ. more
ney grove at Lake Weir came up this WANTEDTreveler for established breezy judicial piazza. I .......... if tw ix
afternoon and left for Tampa over the ;- known to needde8Cription nou!e. Twelve dollars weekly to DoUY"'U1a.nuI,1
a medium sized lady
the Line of the 1 Seaboard. start. Expense paid. References "
= but accusing! Francis Williams an amazon
Address Ge L G. Clows. Ocala, Fla.w 8/insier\ .i .
of Tuckertown of diepoiHng her ben-
Elegant new china closets and buffets the pleasure ofpossessing I
J coop of three fowls. The fowls were AH rte foptOmr adore
CANADIAN' PACIFIC RA LWAYOffers and china closets combined. Call I
and see them at, Mclver & MacKany lt'I one IB evidence( roootlng serenely In Justice F-x pier :Pasted
Hold atyIa lots at
Bullock temple of justice R. ,
i is net known OODI in. 6 pun fat 12.50;tottosi
George Pasteur! of the dry goods : s Bullock was prosecuting<< and Major pain tat$1-50
the Best the American
Opportunities on firm of Helvenston and Pasteur, leaves to everyone Izlar defending. The case wa being)I foe LxCc "BfrfSa Cotta six pairs

Continent to Saturday night for New York T B. We sell the Edison tried before a jury i i, for fo-,- 'M fmfrmmtft ttcttt sal
.cA es
Snyder. the haberdasher! will accompany A Big Load for $. The Jury acquitted Fannie Williamsof ,
i Phono- cblkens. Then the* .aa.a n 4t
him.Palmer's. stealing the ; :
DAIRYMEN, FARMERS, CATTLEMEN. graph. Fullassortment -I justice! asked the jurors to dispose of j II .? ii---

Lotion Soap for eruptions the chickens which they Ud by award.j I

Thousand* of Settlers have Located there During the Pay 1 t t and skin disease at the Po!!tofficeDrugstore. I H' of C A. S H I Ins the -dommernecker" roosterand 1!! M. FISH EL Ocala Fla --J--:: -
I puDet te Francis and the other:
: a -.
Few Years. There's Room for Thon "lndIo:\ i records always. on hand. Your pullet to Dolly William, whom It ap-i],1- >.lf&jf.:.

"'Cnele"'be- Ross of'Gaiter.., In r leisure:: hours can be made rears raised -the chickens" It was .1!I Bamboo and grass. screens. work .
Our Booklet, "WESTERN CANADA* Will Give Yo I town today and reported the assaulton rather unusual proceeding, 'bat em- !
; instructive and enter | boxes nat and skin boxes eta th*
a Mr. Sanders, a mine bom. by another every B. H. SEYMOUR ed to satisfy all parties In the case.lIz novel-
prettiest Ihe: new furniture .,
Foil Particulars. Sent Free. .
party, the former being knocekdout 'taming with a Phonograph.I tee to be had easy,at Mclver tc. Mae"

of a buggy. Akin: 'the plumber' :with the J]{alit :

LOW RATES FROM ALL POINTS TO EUROPE W'eant trade. I Phone 185FOLEYSHOWEP Florida" Qectne and Plumbing Co. ha- -"- : <
your leadi
at Crystal River for several dayson Marcus Endtl formerly a :t,
We give the best service possible Pure : ::job of'work, for clothing merchant at-OelncsTi14 but -: _
a company : -
PaSsen Montreal Quebec. fair
/ c. E. E: USSHER. General gar Agtnt. drugs competent prescriptionists. I hecJtof" -
now of JaeksoavWs'in --
E. V. SKINNER. Assistant Traffic Manager 1 and 45S Broadway. 231 price and prompt delivery. Please : : ,
: tadotv -
trade yesterday, c -:
send or bring Tour to Tydings 1 Kodak rtme. We Mve.everyt.h1ng: in ibeif. ; ;
Fifth Avenue. New York N. Y. & Co phone 30.I wMPftft wQVvBf VWNQBtft anau Ube line. The Poetofflc J:>Drugstore. B>ent rank uf "" :-
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', EVENING STAR Wonderful Record. FIRST FLORIDA' ORANGES illillS SpSHf fl 1.Mak.CleaR I Ei ; -

Carload of the Fruit Was Shipped #
A* mad" op by Improved and end :
C. L. BITTINGER & CO. processes Dr. Fierce' r a*crit* *TecnpUon From Tampa Bur RESULT OF
is a most efficient remedy forre *tliting -
all the womanly ncnoas.eorre-'t-' Tampa. Fla. Sept. 6.-The first carload _
: C. L. Bitttngcr and FU R. Carroll ing displacement.-, aa prola( :tll. aatrr of Florida oranges of this season ,i Cleanest :Xaoafactimcg Procea Ii ;

Proprietors and Publishers. sloe and ret.r'vTerskJo.oYfnom; pain ti was chipped yesterday This is three That of An American Brewery.We Washington. 1; : _
periods, inning up the nerves itj fanny- days earlier than ever before in the l' Boston. 1; :Xew
tug about a perfect state of health It regard beer as a food and the
of the The
C. L. BITTINGER cures the backache periodical b tf-adaches history Industry business of brewing beer one of our Detroit. t. Chicago f :
dragging-down Fiitor and General ManagerR. tell oar readers that without exception I :
the and tenderness
pain : overlower there Is no other brewery in the worldso _
abdominal regiou.. drirs up the GASOLINE LET GO I
I absolutely clean in Its process of
R. CARROLL pelvic catarrhal drain so tii."aeref atta manufacture as Pabst. we speak from New Terk. C; __
and weakening and overcoLjo every Julius Holmes and Two Helpers Csdly exact Knowledge of conditions. The
City Editor and Busi;:zts Manager. form of weakness incident to the organs monster Pabst Brewery at Milwaukee game) .
distinctly feminine. Burned by an Explosion at represents an outlay of million. of New York, 2;
I Favorite. Pro.-rlgtloo. Is the octr Lakeland I dollars and many of those millions game.)
Mr. Dixon Irvine of Orange Lake medicine for women the makers of have been expended to make the Pabstexclusive 'PHtsburR. C. St. ::
one .f the best ported men In the state, which are not afraid to print their: Lakeland feept .-Through an explosion :- process absolutely clean. : :
Pabst Beer stands alone today,the only Philadelphia
formula on tie! horde .n') ef'. tL..i of a gasoline tank in the rail-
was in town last night and this morning -t their 'I food product that from the beginning -
discussing among other things taking their patrons into foil cocfidence. rrtad shops in thi city today. Julius to the end of Ita manufacture i. abao-
It Is the aedicinn forwomn
acly ,
lately beyond reach: of even the con -?
Holmes and two negro helpers were _
friends uncertainty that now i
with the
I '! every incTedwnt of which has taminatinggerms of the air.
Atlanta 1 Uem
pertains to matters, of the peace! and the strongest! puesiblc endorsement of horribly burned and it Is feared thatHolmes i Doctors bell their instruments in .; : : ':\

quiet of his community by the Irra- the nvfc-t eminent medical prscUtli,nen and one of the helpers will water to sterilize them. Pabst bolls gam) _
tional manner In which the county and writers of our day. rewmaecdirj die before morning, although the railroad his brew in closed kettles and thus Atlanta 3; .
between it for the di-vaST for which 'FavoriteFrescrrptkrn' physicians are rendering every f? sterilizes it. From there it passes game.) :
line runs across Orange I* u ci. It Is the cnlv through sterilized pipes to sterilized I I UasbTille. i ,
I ;
I possible.
the counties of Alachua and Marion. assistance hermetically sealed tanks where it
medicine for women, soldthrough
and rationally. that it should put up Holmes and his helpers were at .work I is fermented. Then through more game) _
He nays drags'.ft?, which Uje not contain -
cut straight across and not zigzag overits a large.. percrntcre of alcohol :o in the shops yesterday and had occasion i sterilized hermetically pipes sealed it goes storage to sterilized tanks I Nashville 1:

waters making the line so harmful in the long ito especially to I to visit a part of the shops where and when bottled it is pasteurized. game.) ;

lain that it promotes uneer-I delicate.. women. It has more gt' I1lr.a a tank containing several gallons of ; Throughout the entire process it never : : __
of the law. cures to its credit than ail other pwdi- golInewas seared In some manner ; is touched by human hands and comesin I i Montgomery-New .

and violation mines for women combined having the on became ignited and the tank i contact only with sterilized airThis I __________
when It comes to catching fish saved thousands of fuiTerers' from the process of manufacture is the _
lating the law pertaining to the and the surpeon' knife.It expinded. covering the men with i exclusive Pabst method. It is one reason I AMERICANS : ; : : -._ __ -

He said the wan a time when TlO-1'I. has restored delicate, weak'" women to names. i for the "always the same alwaysthe I. : : _
bestreputation of Pabst Beer.The MarMehead. } :
Holmes and j
verily believed there were 2500 strong and ioruui health and virility, one of the negroes had cleanest beer and the richestbeer.
i making motherhood possible w here there their clothing nearly burned off and I I three American
fish traps In the waters of Ora ge Pabst Ber has no equal as a
fished' and I I was barrenness before, thereby briffLu-n-: err M badly injured that no hope of ,! mild. healthful leverage. It is brewed finish line in Yf'
Lake and to finish
was a
II tog and making happy many thousands I their I* entertained the only from Pabst eight-day ..malt Roosevelt cup. well ; _
became the watchword in Alachua I of homes by the aUent of little ones to recovery by I, choicest: hops and pure water. Pabst I''I. three German challe :
county that any man who wanted office 1 strengthen the marital bonds and add physicians who are in attendance.- eight-day malt. the perfect malt contains i
could not say his soul was his i sunshine where gloom and despondency! 1 Tampa. Globe
had reigned before. barley in predigested form. It is this I I i American Yacht
the fish question. It was to
own on 1 Write to Dr. Po.V. Pierce. He will send I Iyou WE MAY HAVE WEATHERThe j high food value and the Pabst exclusive -:i won the contest, I _
acquiesce to fishing any old way in I process of brewing and thoroughly j :
Orange Lake or any other lake in !I good. fatherly, professional ai'vice." aging the beer that gives Pabst beer its I windward work. 1 : ____
in sealed el >. l
: a plain. eu Alachua county or forever remain a free. Address him xt: Buffalo( X. Y. second 32 seconds
private citizen. He told a very amusing I I I Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets! do not been meandering around in the Gulf I' '
incident which happened come I\ gripe. They effectually cleanse the system !- and Carribean sea the last three days -I while the Auk. the f)

years ago regarding this question; I of accumulated impurities. is heading this way. STRAUSS &, CO. race was third. Of [ 5rI
l the Wanssee
The People's Common Sense :Medical ngers.
how a delegation from Micanopy and South Main Street Ocala Florida i _
; Adviser, by Dr. pjerce 10W pages is sentfreeort IF ITS A REPUTATION but none of them
elsewhere appeared; before the legislative
of to 1
receipt stamps pay expenseof PHONE 22 chance with the
committee which was considering mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps
a bill to permit fishing only with hook for the book in papercoYen.or318tamfor you are after. White's Cream Vermifuge any stage of the -

and line in the waters in question. and the cloth-bound. volume. Address has a world wide reputation Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer I -:
as the best of all worm destroyers. SHE
as abo "
Impressed that legislative committeethat I and for its tonic' Influence on weak ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME If you are- '
the fish business in those waters and unthrifty children. It improvestheir
plaint and have not I
were worth more to them than all the HERNANDO AT THE FAIR digestion and assimilation of TODAYMAILORY this. Mrs. Mary E.

cotton all the phosphate!' all the tur- I their food. strengthens their nervous I Texas. "I ,was in ___

pentine and lumber in the county. and Hernando bounty has appropriated system and restores them to health I liver trouble-for I

to amend the law as proposed would $1,000 towards making an exhibit at and vigor natural to a child. If you LIDDON'SIce i tors did me no good
strike a death blow to Alachua'a lead- the State Fair want a healthy happy child get a I bine and three Hou"E'i
bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge.Sold .
ing industry. Dr. Montgomery was can't say too much :
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
is wonderful
the spokesman for the citizens' committee THE ELKS.CAFE Cream PatIo; ways a have It In
So that bill Is still pending. I .
h-; now sen ng regular meals at 59 where you wish.
cents. also board at $6 per week. and I WISH TO SELL Monopoly Drugstore.
The Messrs. Petteway Bros. & Co.. will continue serving orders a la carte I II Cold Drinks, Cigars and To- ; ; _:

among the leading turpentine opera- according to bill of fare. If so. send an advertisement to the t A CHILD SHOT _
turpentine farm to Mr. S. J Warren of I the "Readers" Exchange" columns. i: Fruit' Frederick. MA. : _
Brinson. Ga. for 55.000. Mr W. M. The tate is cheap and the result Is O'Brian near .
Tompson who had charge of the Pet- WEATHER FORECAST :
... .. good. If you have a farm for sale Courteous attention. low accidentally shot -
ten'ay turpentine farm at Leroy. will
or a patent. or a business to disposeof year-old son. The
take charge of the Stemper place for Wa.hl igton. Sept.G.-Rain tonightCooler i or any of 1000 things that might be and reliable goods. Give'me a rifle which his
Mr. Warren while G. S. Petteway who In northeast portion Friday r
sold at the standing In the
or exchanged a profit put
ran the Stemper place will assume offer before the readers of the Thrice- share ofyouipatronage. Ice cream J ling it. discharged

charge of the Leroy business. TO AILING WOMEN I a-Week World. Twenty-eight words inquantities a specialty.MALLORY bullet passed _

-- 'j $1. Write for particulars to the World. I dow and struck { '
Messrs. J, L. Smoak.. Henry Living- A Little Sound Advice Will Help ; New York. '. Lreast. She diea in i i t ; :
ston. Carlos Sistrunk and Hal Eagleton Many a Sufferer in Ocala -

returned last evening from a fish- t A LESSONINHEALTH .:II DOCTORS : _
ing trip to Half Moon Lake across No woman can be healthy and well Montezuma Block The remarkable

the Oklawaha. but owing to the high if the kidneys are Pick. Poisons that Healthy kidneys filter the imparities -1 Mclver. of '" i

waters in the lake, and the fish feeding pass off In the urine when the kidneysare I' from the Mood and unless they do I ject of much

In new pastures they caught no well are retained In the body when this good health. Impossible. Foleys i C. J. PHILLIPS fraternity and a ; -
40-pound troutFollowing the kidneys are sick. Kidneys and I Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and I He says of his case: :-
bladder get inflamed and swollen. will positively cure all forms of kidney inflammation of the : ,,- _
crowding the delicate female organs and bladder diseases. It etrel1 th- Contractor and Builder. I gestion of the lungs :
are the names of the< ens the whole system. Sold by all me up to die, _____
nearby and sometimes displacing Item. :: : -
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white' teachers taking examination:: This is the true cause of many bear- I dealers. I Plans and Specifications Furnished I was induced to try
Miss R. M. Farray of Kentucky will Discovery. and I :
ing-down pains lameness. backache Upon ':
teach at McIntosh; Miss Julia Fosterof TURPENTINE STILLER WANTED I Request I saved my life. _
sideache. etc. Uric poisoning also : : '
Martin will teach at Fort King:, j coughs and colds >
\29 South Third Sleet
headaches dizzy spells languor ,
causes weak -
Miss Mattie Hicks. Levon; MissCora; Must be single white man preferred; I lungs. ____
nervousness and rheumatic Guaranteed at
Murray of Georgia. will teach at Gri- I must hate good recommendations and Ocala, Ffcu store. _

ner Farm; Miss McAuley.. Reddlck;; pains. be strictly sober. H. D. Evans & Co. ; ;
When suffering try Doan's Kidney
Miss Jennie M. Payne Fairfield, MissM. Conant Fla. '
L. Reynolds Lynne.; Miss Pells Pills the remedy that cures sick kid I I WILL DEPOSIT IN BANKS BRYANS HAVE __
: neys. You will get better as the kidneys STOP IT :
Smith, Fairfield; Miss C.'A. Wells of:
get better and health will return Omaha Neb. o j j'I
Georgia., will teach at Cltra.If A neglected cough or cold may leadto Secretary Shaw Wishes to Facilitate 1
I when the kidneys are welL Importation of GoldWashington. Bryan and Mrs. _
I :serious bronchial or lunir troubes.Don't -1 _
Mrs. R B. Keene. living at Hicks take chances when Foley's Honey I Sept. G.8ecnt.aryShaw by the part of 'I -
some public-spirited citizen or .and Lee Ave., Waycross. Ga, says: "Ii.sed and Tar afford perfect security I them at New York I
citizeness will start a first class hoardIng announces that on and after ,,:- -
Doan's Kidney Pills and found from serious effects of a cold.. Sold route to Lincoln. ) '
house with a dining room .when I J great relief for backache and can recommend by all dealers.! September 10. and until further notice. I They remained less I

men can eat with their coats off. he or: I them very highly. I have I the treasury will make deposits in national I old not leave the i _
;. banks to facilitate the importation -
she will probably get a large share of:, I
teen a great sufferer from backache Twelve hundred and fifty dollars are I thousand citizens i
the custom of the men whose famIlies for many years. A terrible pain across I offered for the apprehension o* the of geld and he spoke I ;:

are absent every summer. It Is I I my loins sometimes so severe as to murderer of IV..C. Sellars: in the A. C. I t
simply misery to a man to sit and be I prevent me* from attending to- my I I.. yard at High Springs some time AN
cooked In his clothes while he eats. It I
duties. urine all
My was ago. CASTOR I One of the worst
ruins his comfort impairs his digestion
out of sort and contained a very dark t bey trouble Is that ; .
and spoils. 'his temper. Just why sediment. I have tried every remedy WAS A VERY SICK BOY For Infants and Children. disease and before _,: -\
a man must wear his coat at the table under the sun that I could hear about his danger he may I -

when it isn't necessary for him to wearIt used plastecs and liniments, consulted But Cured by Chamberlain's Chclie, I The Kind Yea }Have Always Bought 1 lady. Take Foleys _
anywhere else Is one of the fool physicians and teed their medicines -, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy the first sign of i

things that no logician can explain. I.sed: gallons of mineral ,,waters. t Bears the I irregularities and
Women in summer dress in clothes as all with no effect. My husband got mea Then my boy was two years old 7t'+ I dealers.A disease.and ;I : _
he had a very seattack of bowel .
light as butterfly wings and can be I Signature ::
box of Doan's Kidney Pills and asked complaint but by the use of Chamberlains i ;;
comfortable at their meals. but a man to them. I used them I = -
me try as Colic. Cholera nd Diarrhoea band concert : -
with coat. shirt and undershirt collar- directed. and before half the box was Remedy we brought him out all right. night at the Ocala -
on. is about as happy asa !I used the pain in my back had left says Maggie Hickox, of Midland. Mich. _: .
hog in a packinghouse *at. This be in o _
me. I continued to use them and remedy can depended upon .
since then I have not had the back- I the most eeere coses Even cholera Charge of Breaking Ja but May ---- ---- --- -. -- "" :' J;:", .

M. Rubin who returned a few days I ache. The sediment has left my urine infantum is cured by It. Follow the be Held for Murder

ago from Asheville! N. C.. but who health is better." plain printed directions and a cure la allsbulT X C. Sept. 6 '
and my general Owge tj
certain For sale all
had spent the most of his vacation at,,1 For sale by -all dealers. Price. 50 Genele. who has been held here with-

He-ndersonville. N. C.. speaking of the cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., New York. out bail. on the charge of murder ID

summer visitors at the place, remarked sole agents for the United States. NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo the triple lynching which occurred I :?>,,"' F
that there were over 9000 of them. and Remember the name--Doans-and here August 6. was acquitted on the L5trw -J c- -:-_. -

In the evening. when the guests were,1 take no other *- the Sheriff of MarIon County. of charge of Jail-breaking last nightHe 1ifl fi -I- t --) :-':: '" .-i'

taking a stroll the streets were almost the State of Florida: Is still In custody. however and'. 61t .,, { r -.-" .43. ,

blockaded. ANTHONY Be it known that I. H. CLAY CRAW- may be tried for murder.Chamberlain' I See { f f" Tf. :,-",
FORD. Secretary of State of the Stateof
.- The name of Hamp Chambers was Florida, do hereby give notice that a t How 6 1 i .14 ti Close'f:: 1
: Our school Is now in session and is Cough Remedy Acts ... ; --t". '

council the only Tuesday one presented night for to the the posi city progressing The farmers neely. all be GENERAL held In Marion ELECTIONWill County State on Nature's Plan I Close iflJ--- ---t :i:::::= = ,= :-t.= !3Jt:7: : : bleshes c-0 -

tion of fire chief It was filed for In- are busy gathering of Florida on Tuesday next succeeding .1 :! __ : Will '. ,
formation.Mr. corn which is a very difficult proposition The most successful medicines are TheseMeshes :: .- ,--,- .' '" c_
the first Monday In November, A. D I :: .;-_-.:
those air Chamberlaln'sCough [j.-
that nature .ifjFft'r
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the beggar weeds having gotten I ,; $" '
the start of them. 106 the said Tuesday being the Remedy acts on this plan. TakeIt i ;; :: ; ,'; ..:: ; Turn .:.. 'i"v;
A. W. Vincent and bride nee SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER when have a cold and it will ,_ ,... '_ ...... -_ < ;: '
you '" c
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:Mr. James Lo\ell and Mr. J L. Hill- ; .:: ....... < -tr:: : :::=__ .. Ltttfe .. "
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Mrs. Agnes Williams passed through t For one Representative of the First allay the cough relieve the lungs aidexpectoration ... .... --J" 'l;
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man spent Saturday night and Sunday and Are. r _.. :.:. ..=. ," : ;:: ; ::: ;: ,
Ocala today on their return from their Congressional District of FloridaIn open the secretions .Pigs. ;: =
bridal trip to Atlanta on their way to I here. returning to Kendrick Sunday the Sixtieth Congress of the aid nature in restoring the system .to '
evening. United States. a healthy condition. Thousands have :
days Lady ago Williston.They were married ten I Mr. DeWitt Griffin left Sunday evening For two Justices of the Supreme testified to Its superior excellence. Itcounteracts I.I HEAVY V/IKES. CLOSE MESH. PIG TIGHT. !t

for DaIsy. where he will assume Court of the State of Florida. any tendency of a cold to
his duties teacher there. For two Railroad Commissioners for: result In pneumonia. Price 25 *ents.
Miss Mary Taylor. who will be onE' Mr. Albert as Griffin left for Atlanta the State of Florida. Large size 59 I cents. For sale by all II .Top. and bottom bars Xo.: 10, galvanized wire; Intermediate bars, .Xo.. 11, g-.dvanlzd:

of the teachers in the McIntosh school For one State Senator for the Twentieth druggists., .
Monday. where he will attend college I wire Stays Xo. 12 wire 12 inches
: galvanized -
accompanied by Miss Christian.' thE. Senatorial District! of the ; apart.'t:,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Chris- this winter. State of Florida. f FOR SALE-Nice dwellings on>crti .jii-

tian. of Mclntosh. came. down this af. Mr. George Pasteur spent a few days For two Members of the House of I:Main street. Xos 50 and 69 LARGE STOCK QUICK SHIPMENTS. ; : 'J.
ternoon. with his parents here this week He Representatives of the State ft I .
left Tuesday night for Jacksonville.His Florida. THE PENINSULAR ;
friends here For County Judge. The Stock of and :: .
Mr. Strobe of Leesburg.' the active _many him. are always glad For County Assessor of Taxes. t INDUSTRIAL. INSURANCE CO." Largest Light Heavy .

freight soliciting agent of the Clyde to I For Tax Collector OF JACKfc-o.WILLE. FLAt
Line was in town today on his Mr. Carl' Priest was out of town a For County Treasurer' AID'
way t the most liberal sick, accident I I
from Apalachicola to Clearwater. few days this week. I For five County Commissioners.For Pays ,
:Mrs. Florence Phares returned from three Members of the County and death benefits upon the paymentof 4. .-
Jacksonville Monday. after a brief stay Board of Public Instruction.For I small weekly premiums. '
Mr. Parham of Dunnellon and Jot, Ths Peninsular is one of the strong I
with friends. Justice of the Peace in and for the : \ BLINDS FARM MILL AKDMINERS1
of Oxford were in town todayAttorney est insurance companies in the land ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howell entertaineda I Following Justice Districts viz: and has many thousands of policies in .

Martin of BrooksvUl, number of their friends at their No. No. No. No. I force in Florida. All claims are paid I .

passed! through Ocala today on his return home Tuesday night 1 11 16 26 promptly upon demand. Call on or I ... \ SUPPLIES, PAINTS -
home : Mr. John Grantham and Madison 3 12 IS 27 f write S. P. Brockington. Local: Agent.
from New York. where hE Strickland of Sparr came down to our I 3 13 21 2 9I office over Teapot Grocery, Ocala, Fla. ..
was a delegate to the home-coming 6 14 24 SO ._ ETC. ETC.
of :Mr. Bryan. Colonel Martin said II: town Sunday evening. I I : OILS l
was the : Mr. and Mrs. Hillmafl will give their I 3 15; 25 31 ORANGE AND VOLUSIA rCL: t si
greatest demonstration ever friends a pillau Friday night. These For Constable in and for the Following JOIN THE PROCESSION if'I -le -*
the tendered a citizen and that he had parties are becoming quite popular. Justice District viz: I _. : "--"'- Carried In Centrdl Florida. ::, --' '. '
of his
: life.
:Mrs Hutto and little son. PurcelL No. No. N. No. Orange and Volusta counties through This i. the Implement' tor Your Spring Crop t-.5:: -:
Mr. left last Saturday night for North 1 1! 19 26 their commissioners have voted t.. be

In the HarryStalberg.. of Dunnellon Is Carolina where they will visit relatives 3 13 20 27 in evidence at the State Fair Fence A : jfMHRION
from Atlantic city. having returned this week and friends for some time.. S 14":1 I I'e are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD -
city. N. j,. where he > -II 22 NO CASE ON RECORD
We will
spent several wek.for nls health. shortly give the proceedingsof 11 18 25 -

the town counciL In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto There 110 no -case on .I record of a HF\RDWA: E CO. \ 4
Mr. G. A. Carmichael ha returned Mr. W, R. Peebles and family of set my hand and affixed cough or cold resulting In pneumoniaor ,'
from Buffalo Bluff will move into our vicinity ..; "' -<'-
a month's trip to Rot Springs. the Great Seal of lie consumption after Foleys Honey "'

Ark.. and wa* greatly benefited sb,: next week. Magnolia. [L. S.] State of Florida at TolUhassee. and Tar has been taken. as it will HARRY B. CLARKSON General jManager. 'Z .
the trip. He looks and feels better the Capital this. thefirst stop your cough and break up your .
!' day of September A. D. Refuse but the :: :
cold quickly any gen- i
than he has for -
a year or two. TORTURE BY SAVAGES =
1906H nine froley Honey and Tar in a yellow GCL. FL1 ( : ,
CLAY CRAWFORD Contains no opiates and is '
President T. J. I* Brown of thE. "Speaking of the torture to which Secretary of State. safe package.and sure Sold by all dealers. .
Florida State Fair acre of the savage tribes,In the PhilIppines eu"ob.f
Association; camE. To Henry Gordon. Sheriff Marion

up from Tampa last night and regls-. me of the subject intense their captives I reminds endured County. _ _ ANOTHER DISHONEST f
tered at the Ocala House. for three I CorrectsIrregularities
months from inflammation BANK OFFICIAL
of the Wdneys.- NOTICE KIDNEY CURl
says W. M Sherman.
J, W. Alexander. proprietor of thE I of Cushing Me. -Nothing helped me I The registration books wtl* be open Memphis. Tenn. Sept. $.-A spe rOLIY S_ : .4.

NeW Racket Store' baa gone to New, untU.1 tried Electric Bitters, three bot !! In Ocala on Thursday. Friday and Saturday cia from Vicksburg: Miss states that Do not risk bavteCt. .
tIesof which : f
York- to lay in hlsfall_ and winter. completely cured me."t of each, 'Week from the 9th day B S. Adams formerly assistant cashier !' ,
supply of goods. ,?""!*" Cures disorders liver and complaint malria.dyspepsia and blood ot August until the second Saturday of the Citizens' National Bank. of case of Kidney or Bladder Disease.not ,Bright'g Disease t.J

.. the weak; an nervous to robust restores health. I in October at the abstract office of Mr. that city, was arrested, here for an jf medicine., No medicine: can, do more.or Diabete !

.-jYest and coat pocket electric lights; Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. drug I Clyatt. X Donald Ferguson. alleged shortage sA '''. .fft', bottom prices. Young1 & ,CUne. gists. Price 50c Supervisor of R stratlon. bank "V hUe employ by _1L _SOLD ,BY ALL DEALERS ., _

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New\ and Novel Down the Cuban Veterans Who Phone No. 15AIId Stensland is in Jail and Segal is Under

Are Anxious to Help in Bringing Bond, Hippie is Dead and Herring REMOVAL SALE

About Peace Get Our Prices on Electric Wiring, Fans Should Be I INow

SOFT SHELL CRABSThe Havana Sept. '.-Gen. Ceoreco, representing Washington. Sept '.-The state department -
the Cuban veterans, had a and Fixtures.We is advised by Minister Gum-
long: talk with President Palma yesterday mere at Tangiers that the Moroccan
whole crab, with a view of arbitrating the government will interpose no objec-

Two in a can, differences between th governmentand tions to the removal of Paul Stenslandto
going on
the rebels. are also prepared to build and repair the United States.. Stensland Is a

250. A CAN President Palma told the general prisoner at the American consulate at '. r
that.-the veterans were welcome- Tangier.Philadelphia.
Lines and Motors and do Gen- -
wait on the rebels and persuade them Telephone Sept.arrant8
to lay down their arms in which case were Issued for the arrest of Adolph
they would be free to leave the countryor eral Repair Work. Segal who borrowed more than five,
PICKLED return unmolested to their homes million dollars from the Real Estate 1
PEF by virtue of the recent offer of am- Trust Company on paper not considered If you are ,not taking advantage{

JOc a ou I nesty. But"he added. if the veterans Shop and Sale Rooms Opposite the Postoffice Drugstore as being worth the money as security -'I of this "
took this course they would act mere- for it. opportunity to secure real t
ly as privatecitizens.. The govern- A warrant was also Issued for thee

To introduce and allow our ment would. not consent to treat THE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. arrest of Treasurer W. F North of the I. bargains in Seasonable Dry-
through them or In any other way wrecked concern who Is charged with

customers to try and see how I with. When the Gen.rebels.Cebreco left the palacehe '. Phone 1 5. B. W.1 MacDONALD Manager. wreck having the aided great in Institution.the conspiracy Marshal to I.,I Goods you are standing in>< yoe

delicious they are we will fora I met Gen. Mlra. the chief disbursing S. Collins-wood, assistant treasurer of I own light. The stock is
officer of the Army of Liberation. the company was also named In a moving, ':-
SHOUT TIME sell the who on seeing Qebrero's downcast face I warrant issued yesterday he being I -

said: "Didn't I tell you that the old ) I.I.D.O.F. !charged with the same as the treas I so come early -while you have a
Scarlet GajeIP F.&kM.6 '
Royal man would not listen even for the

I country's sake" a .- 1 urer.Segal was placed under a $%5.000 I big variety to select from. ,Q ur ."
E Plums at i I Gen. Cebrero answered sadly You I bond service on the warrant being -. -
I were rlght.PThis A regular communication Tulula Lodge No. 22. L O. O. F, waived. The two other men were' required immense stock MUST be sold ':
kills the last hope of an ami- of Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, meets every Tuesday evening In to give bail in the sum of I '
25c a can cable settlement of the recent troubles F. & A. M. will be held In the temple. Yonge's Hall. E. .Jeffords N. G. 000 each they also waiving and sold ,quickly hence of- .<
for I and will cost the government the sym- Thursday evening. Sept. ,. I W. E. Bryant Secretary. the warrants. $10'-1 I our

Better supply yourself athy of the veterans. Visiting brothers cordially Invited.N. 'fer to sell 50 the -
at cents
this will not last and" the' Gen. Mlro who was one of the most L Gottlieb. W. ?I. DUVAL la in LiThe -i GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE on
prominent generals in the War of Liberation Jake Brown. Secretary. I was the greatest general the world'has
goods are the finest, succeeding Maceo when the ever known. Ballard's Snow Lini- dollar.
Duval commissionershave I I
I county ment Is the greatest liniment.
Quickly -
Utter was killed said:
THE TEXAS WONDER I appropriated $1000 to help makean cures all pains. It is within the .
.I I "The government's folly in not recognizing rheumatic exhibition at the Florida State Fain; reach of alL T. H.' Pointer. Hemp-i t .
TEAPOT GR OCERY the veterans is apnarent. Cures all kidney, bladder and -
troubles. Sold by all druggists I stead. Texas, writes: "This is to certify -
i in the field r
Cubans such as are now
or two month's treatment by mail for II BOARDING AND LODGINGI that Ballard's Snow Liniment baa
AOCALA ;can hold out indefinitely by breaking $1. Dr. K. W. Hall 2926 Olive street. I been used In my household for years
i up into numberless parties of forty or St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonial! and has been found to be an excellent
FURNITURE I fifty men. Spain's experience should Bold; in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly I have rented the old McGrath residence liniment ofr rheumatic pains. I am I The Boston store
and am prepared to take boarders .
I!L.ave taught': the government officers Drugstore! I never without it. Sold by the AntiMonopoly :
or rent rooms. Apply to L R. Drugstore r
I who i
i better but they are not the men
Ptraaal 1 Service Anywhere, Any Time,!(I fought in the war for Independence.i .I BURNED IN HIS HOME Knight. I
I i could take a few negroes and defy OAK AND GRINER FARM I
and When Needed I fall I the forces the government can Fearful Death of a Prominent AlabamaFarmer -
I I raise." I R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK. Accident at a Ball Game-An Uncer- l OCALA, FLORIDA.
and Funeral I While Helpless in. an
Th. Question or embalming
i Gen. Cebreco said after leaving tain Wooer
Directing is a Delicate On. :I I palace, that he dreaded the task of Epileptic Fit FULLER & BLALOCK.
Little Ralph Seller, while standing
i I[telling the veterans the answer he received Selma, Ala.. Sept. 6. Tom Woods a behind t a ball player at the schoolhouse
f Mkt not it be Best for Yon to En-: from President Palma. DENTAL SURGEONS t -
white man. was burned to death in his last Wednesday, was hit by a

tfttt this Question to Those who Appre-I OF INTEREST TO MANY eight home three miles from this city last Office Dyer Munroe A Cbambliss' Bank which cut his head quite badly TRUNKS AND VALISES
but we are glad to say he Is very much
elite It's Delicacy, and Whose Knowledge -I Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any Woods was a very prominent farmer OCALA. FLA. better at this writing. -
case of kidney or bladder trouble that and well known throughout this One of Mr. Hullum .Jones' best cows
is of the Highest Standard lis not beyond the reach of medicine. r
entire section of the state. The fire I was trolled last Thursday by a train..,
No medicine can do more. Sold by which burned him to death and con- Terms, Cash. Mr. .June Luffman came home sat-
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE I all dealers. sumed the house occurred at a late urday from Spare i Por the Next Thirty Days We'Wilt

PROMPT ATTENTION FAIRFIELD hour. The cause of the fire is not I Mrs.' Florence Pbares of Anthony

167 I I' known. spent Friday night with the Misses I Give SPECIAL BARGAINS in .
Day PlMne No. to. Night 94 i Woods was alone in the house and McDowelLThe '
School Has Opened-Sudden Death of I.
he was known to be subject to epileptic Misses Luffman spent a- very
SMITH SL HUBERTS. Ocala Fla. 1 I a Little Boy fits and it is presumed that in CLARK BROS. I pleasant afternoon with Miss .,JImmie
I School started here Monday. Some having one of these fits the fire was II Brown last Thursday. Trunks, Valises, Suit :

thirty pupils were present. started. 3X3a Bi HLBtB EBB BB BBflHK.iBBiH I This being examination week for the .:.
:.!Iu Delia Smith and Miss Mamie Woods was not known to have an teachers There Is no schooL
THEJEWELER DupuU went to Ocala Monday to stand enemy, and robbery could not have HAVE WHAT YOU WANT Miss Jimmie Brown has been sick I Cases and Satchels
examination for teachers. inspired/ anyone to have entered the since last Friday We hope for her a
:Miss Lessle Mathews who has beenin house and kill him and then set fire TRY THEM AND SEE. speedy recovery.
Y Kissimmee the past seven or eight to the place to hide the crime. The Mr. Abehire has moved Into his new I i 'r
months came home last week. general belief is to the effect that it Virginia Cured Hams.Swift's house. -----0
I Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jernigan left was an accident caused from one of The agent for the Home
for the South Friday where they will his fits and being alone he could get Premium Hams. stove canvassed In our 'I I

make their home. no help, and was burned to death as Armour's Saturday, but met with no
Star Hams.
Carries a Complete Stock of Mrs. J. T. Thomas and children with a result. Us stoves were too high priced.The
So if
Ke\ Martin of Citra. were guests ol Armour's Melrose Break- I Misses McDowell spent a very you are going to travel see or
Jewelry, Consisting of !Airs A. J. Jone here, Monday. Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold delightful evening last Tuesday at Mr.
"Dr. Gattrell has been very III recently I fast ..Bacon.I Jim Howell's at Anthony.Mr. immense line before buying. We have
PINS, DIAMONDS but is Improving.Mrs. A. J. Nusbaum. Batesville. Indiana,i Bobbitt accompanied by Misses rover _
RINGS, WATCHES, L. E. Mangum has been very writes: "Last year I suffered for three I'' Kingan's Boneless Break- Mattie and Bertha Jones spent the car'load' of Trunks all
ill months with a summer cold so distressing fast Bacon. day with Miss Griner Sunday.A a in siesy
CHARMS FOBS that It interfered with mybusiness. I
Mr. and Mrs..Shad Atkinson of Fellowship I had of the I certain young man In our community -
many symptoms
CHAINS, CUT GLASS visited relatives here last of hay fever, and a doctor's prescription -i Diamond X Butter. had an engagement with a certain styles and prices. We have Suit Cases,..
week. did not reach my case and I I young lady but Instead of kfep-
FINE CHINA. Mr. J. I* Walker went to Dunnellon took several medicines which -seemedto I' Stuffed Mangoes. i ing his engagement with her got a Satchels and Telescopes for and all .
LADIES' UMHRELLAS. Saturday to see his wife and children only aggravate my case. Fortunately horse and buggy and took another I I every
and came in again Sunday afternoon. I insisted upon having Foley's'Hon- Sweet Midget Pickle in to ride. I wonder which he likes the
GUARANTEED CLOCKS ey and Tar In the yellow package, and I I at desired. It is '
Mrs. R. T. Crouch and her sister It quickly' cured me. My wife hassince Bulk. tx oE-t The Dandies. purposes, any price a j
-AndSOUVENIR- Miss Florrie Jennings visited Miss '
\ilie! Reeves in Micanopy Thursday.Mr. the same used success Foley's:"Honey Sold and by Tar all deal with' Sweet Mixed Pickle in An Ounce of PreventionIs pleasure to show the stock. :
CARDS. you
Jlmmie Phillips has returned worth a potfnd -of cure. There are
home. Bulk many poor sufferers, consumptives
Superintendent Cutler was heMonday who are hopeless" of getting well-
All Kinds of Repairing looking after the railroad. who. if they had taken care of them-
J. E.CHACEDENTAL selves would be welL A coughIs
Mr. Otto Lohrlg went to Ocala last I now
: jThursday.I and with the band the foundation of consumption." Ballard' McIVER & MacKAY
: SURGEON 0. K. GROCERY.Phone Horehound Syrup will cure that
Y oCALA took a pleasant trip to the lake on cough. Mrs. S-. Great Falls Montana -
the band excursion. 174 writes: "I have used Ballard'sHorehound
1<'1.AMcIVER Any person who has crippled or sick Office Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bld'gOCALA. Syrup In my family for

horses may call on A. M. Mathews at FLA. years-my children never suffer with Furniture Dealers and House Furnishers
Fairfield and he will treat them. No coughs. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
rare no pay. DISTILLED WATER-Free Delivery
& MAcKAYFUNERAL There will be preaching at the M. Terms, Cash. LABOR IN POLITICS
E. thorch Sunday morning and. even-
IPR. I everybody attend. id ',
DIRECTORS ,Union Working Men of Duval County GREEN SPRINGS HOTEl -
Little Wesley Jones five years ofage _
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jones A Choice Stock Put a Ticket in the FieldS. >

Undertakers and Embalmers was taken with congestion of the liv- : ICE ,a i .J. Triplett. president of the typographical MOODY & DEPUTY, Proprietors. .- ,
tr 1 and died suddenly Thursday after- Of Fresh Beet, Pork Z I union of Jacksonville, Is
D. E. '
noon. The little fellow was the idol ,
o spending a few days in Tampa. Mr.
Undertaker <.f his parents and loved by all who I And Mutton = I .0a .Triplett states that the principal item Located at GREEN SPRINGS, the Greatest HMI4
and Jones wishto
knew turn Mr. Mrs. a of Interest in labor circles In the cityon
Fine Caskets and Burial RobesAll ocuifts' their appreciation to thg.rxt e the St. Johns Is that all of the laboring Resort in all Florida. ,f '

Work Done by Licensed Embalmers people here for their many kindnesses Vegetables, Fruits Poultry, OCALA ICE & FUEL CO, Ocala Fla. organizations of the city helda
to them. May God ever bless political convention last Monday at

and-Fully-Guaranteed- und keep them.A Eggs, Fish, Oysters and which four candidates were nominated Daily Rates $1.50 and up. Speuial Weekly .

Choice Fresh Family Gruc : W. T. Simmons for sheriff, W. J.
of LIVELY,.TUSSLE THE HERMITAGE Wilson for the senate. Charles Leidy The Hotel contains forty rooms, newly furnished. Large shady grounds oa -;
The Art
cries hand from
always on front. This is of the choice resorts of south Florida. :'
with that old enemy of the race constipation DAIRY and Frank I. Tralnham for the house bay one
ends in which do of representatives, the three latter at ':1. l
often .appendicitis to your marketing. Launch "Ada. May" or "Penobscot" leaves Port Tampa dally a-
Buying a PianoIs To avoid all serious trouble wit: Send orders rsh and Pure Milk and Cream O. gentlemen: holding cards in the different and 5:30 p. m. Green Springs at '::30 a. m. and "JSt p. m. Phone
or bring us
stomach liver and bowels take Dr.King's your
unions and the first named beinga Port Tampa, No.' 2004.
New Life Pills. They perfectly l.vered' Every Morning at Your <'
and they will haven merchant who has always shown adtfire {;i'' ""
That regulate these without paior DoorPHONE
Something organs. to act fairly with the laboring POSTOFFICE SAFETY HARBOR FLA.
discomfort 25c. at Tydings & Co. prompt attention _
Everyone Does Not druggists. 150 classes. ),,11', Triplett says that these
---, candidates are assured the support of 4 3r

Have VERMONT IS HOPELESSGoes W. E. SMITH. 3000 organized voters and will natur- -,

There are many things to Republican by Ten Thousand No. 98 North Magnolia St. J. Zenas Preston, ally sources draw, making some the votes probability from other of ATLANTIC COAST LINE t .

Worse, Than Four Years Ago their election more than likely.
a k e i into consideration- According to Mr. Triplett the labor
Rutland. Vt., Sept. republicans Phone
1.11I organizations of Duval county are especially !-
of tone won a big victory in the Ver
sweetness reliabilityof anxious to elect Mr. Wilson THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA _
mont state electicn Tuesday. I
to the senate to defeat H. IL Buck-
make lightness of action Complete: returns received from th<
!Electrical{ Supplies. man the nominee of the democracy -CONNECTIONS-
election show that Fletcher B. Proctor,, I >
and the durability and construction as they" claim that his actions In the (
republican was elected l governor bj Sarannah.ChaJ'l tOD. RiehmenQ
Over Iu own rails to
l hostile to labor
l last legislature
of the case. 15.674 fusion votes.candidate Percival, received W. Clement a rathei th:ii' I have a well selected stock All machines guaranteed for interests, as shown by his action In EAST I and Washington thence via Pennsylvania Railway. -

Whenever you do decide to poor backing to the surprise of his''iof Electric Fans. in both the twice as:" long as others. having bill and postponed the bill for the the mechanic's regulation lien of ALL TO THE&AJL -' ..

friends. I Via Montgomery and Lontsviile Nashville or via
bny a piano, why not buy it The returns show that the republicans l l j General. Electric Co. and the child labor.-Tampa Times. W EST I Dixie F1yerh Route and AUanta. tI _

of good reliable firm. The, votes over gained the more election than returns ten thousam of!'foul I 1 Westinghouse make. The latter Second-Hand Machines from Pain From a Burn Promptly Relievedby Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for N't-"

Cable Company is today the years ago. while Clement received 18<0I)(t cost a little more, but require $5.00 Up. Chamberlain's Pain Balm TO THE I York, Philadelphia and Boston via Norfolk Steamer to New .
votes less.
A little child of Michael Straus of EAST York.. Washington and Baltimore TIa Bavaanah ,aDd
music house in the The taken -to Indlcat e
largest returns are less current to operate Vernon Conn., was recently In great
that the people taking interes Merchants and Miners Transportation Company for Ball.
are .
pain from a burn on the hand and as
world. Their pianos are man enough in politics now to go out an< them. I also carry in stock RIBBONS & SUPPLIES cold applications only increased the VIA 8TIU" HIP I more and Phi1adeIP fa. ,' -

their ,vote which they evidently did not din inflammation Mr. Strauss came to i .
iifaetiired in own factory Globes Low
the election four years ago. and 1't Fancy High, Mr. James! N. Nichols, a local mere Via peninsular &. Occidental St.amship .
and their reliability) is unquestioned. dc-e not indicate that there have' bee etc. chant for something to stop the pain- Ke, West y >_:. .t;,
any converts" to the republican part:s Lights, Send for Catalogue and Prices .120 :Mr. Nichols says: "I advised him to and Havana Company "

In the state of Vermont to amount t o All kinds of electrical work West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. use Chamberlain's Pain Balm and the .st
first application drew out the Inflammation -
Write for prices anything. They have simply} not bee and gave mmedate relief. I Route of the celebrated tra.iD4.0- Ne w York and Florida Special,; Florida '.
us today done at
votingin recent elections. ann repairing reasonable tLALEXAlDERPractical have used this liniment myself and and West Indian Limited_ .. Chicago and Florida.Limited and Dixie : ::-- .:.
recommend it often for cuts
terms and catalogues under a full very I1rt'r'-i. -
A SCIENTIFIC WONDERThe prices, guar- burns strains and lame back and
have never known it to disappoint." Quickest Schedules Superior : :' r : .
cures that stand to Its credi s antee. If lights are out
,. your For sale by all druggists. .
The Cable Co. make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scientific '
wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford of fix or need wiring CARPEMTER AND BUILDER .' For Information;a*;;to.i-at.., schedules, ete, consult the Purple .
lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry' you JUST IN: 500 OF THE VERY LA- or,communicate with/ .- ',' '__
of <. No. 222.Walter GOLD MOULDED J._-W. Canv=Trav.,. Pas's Agent. X UO West Bay St"Jacksonville, Waynesboro. Pa. a distressing cas done, phone to Careful estimates made on all contract TEST GENUINE *: -: '
It heals the worst burns. -> Tampa.. JTa '
of pij@s. >
work. Gives more .,
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Fla. sores boils ulcers cuts wounds. chilblains for the money than any other contractor AND. SELECT YOURS. T- C It, Gen. Pass. Agent. .W.Js ; Jass,?raMe 7tca ; ; / =hWilmington
and salt rheum Only 23c. a t Tticker. N. C; -
in the city.f. _. :t J OCALA FURNITURE CC. :
t Frank Chase Manager. Tydlugs & Go's drugstore. .. *

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