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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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Vol 12. Nmba 117



24 ,1906


Genuine Imported Swiss Choose --__
John Russell of Taylor County Sole :bur Mr. W. W. Condon will leave At Tampa, Will Open Wednesday, Nov. .
GERMAN DILL PICKELS I Survivor of Thirty-Three Mef on j Noven~br-b uoe f tr New York. gt*or in Les Tbw
----B ag Terre <- \si. buy one of the largest 14th or en
BISMARK HERRING a Bare .inrl i.-" >',.(ks of jewelry, fine china Th Weka ^
BISMARK HERRING [ :~,n,! cut-giay. s music and musical In- O[ M ] C L
H- H N New Yrk. 't. 24-Th- e sole sur- 1 # Wt-i ednesday,- N ovember 14. leo than | N M
HOLLAND HERRING MILCHNERS iv.,r ., thirty-three men who went Itru.ents. and goodh in the lines usu- h weeks off will mark the pen- AA
E A drif on a bar., frri,, lower Mata- al:y :.rried, by the sttore. that this Ig of the great Florida State Fair
K A O Sityoh a Floridal cizv has evr Keen. Any special orders at Tampa. which should be atteaOCA
KEG NCOVIES ,miaK -y.,,n t;,he (.^,_,ast (,f^ ? [;'3o (Ls 'S- ' at th Wtr-.wllb vn e
in the t,,,rin of !a- Thursday, was w at the store, will be given peson- by every man. woman and chil d in
STUFFEO DATE AN DFIGS b,'.ught h--- ,' .-rtv a, attention by Mr. 'ondon and are- Florida. Floridians and others who Upo C.
Jhn Ru..-,, i- t. -.anname- and i selecty.e made by him, while he -attended the Georgia. Albama
Fresh Raisns. Currants, Citron and ti a-ri.-,I here -i.n t.- .-;,neF-r K! i. A:I '0he (it. and North Carolina state fairs thall lt f"nd"
Nuts Pas.,. Rus.eIl lay. hi- h..m- is at OCALA Ma.sI< (<0.. Jewelers. year declare that the Florida St&*
Salem. Taylor count%. Fi. i1i" says Fair ast year was lnfinltely upedlf
A 4TEAPO T GR(O.WCERy jhe -was tin thp barge -.ith th.- ( ;h-- in every way to any of theme, a ftct
n., anl he ieclar+-es that he'-j of which every public spirited .
S'yon.' ',f his comwrani,'nfl gu :i ----. idlan should be proud. The coming
'h*-h barge fundit-red. and he- says that fair will be much more complete and
h,* that ever o man of them Frid&iay nig'Lt from a trip down in Lake posting the books and making up ASt magnificent In every department, ad
rl ERl J HlCAY r :" !r c.ur.ty (,n p"<,pe'tiv- legal busine.-s. of the qualified voters, and lists of the Floridlan falling to attend a ad
HIdVE & UfAjLah -bt r..:-.rts th' e xTwriencp a- a very Mliss Louis Pirn-;. Jacks.,nvlle. those stricken from the books. quaint himself with the wonderful
htrin ,'.\ igr Pn*-. and that there were i-s per-nding a f,- w days with hvr par- reoiues of Florida will be recreat "
FUNERAL DIRECTORS ,,;a,-. likes ,,'-t ,,n other barge. en- entis at Brons on. Sne will .-.on return THE TEXAS WONDER In his duty to himself, family and
cacs-;l in thi- ex,.ensi.,; work of the to Jacksonv'ile an'l resume h,-r duzies I s b tate. The railroads will give low
Indertake" ad Emal-r i"'.ri'la Ea-t a railway along the in the office of Attorney St. C iair- ures a k.ney, ano e rates from all s ections., aad the beef tasa t
Undertakers and Embalmers ,ri. K..-. Abram-. matic troubles. Sold by all druggists. accomodattons will be flourished at
.Wetter.prirncipl )f rnn;on or two month's treatment by mail ftr low ra tes by She hotels and boarding
D.......... .. rAFR o D E OWtterEN. prince ,f Br~nson Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, Lpuses, private homes and residences
DE. McIVER ALFRED E. OWEN A HUNDRED AND THIRTY.FIVE hih scht',l1 and his <.it ave t ,uis. Mo. Send for testimonials. of T ae. lare cmitt, ee ocl, n J t M L
U ndertakers iw.iufi _...d,...).raxig int-o this. school, I ofi ValabA large committee oftll L
Undertaks ...... 'Pt r,,odi1',--, ralT i into ty',' sch Fie C ask ad ..Ral Is Now the Estima.te of the Number of w hih i- ve- be-nefvial to the child- Drugstore. wil look aer al istors po
Fine CaSket aid Bvnal Pabes Dead in the Great Storm on the i ,n- willore loo afte al viitr upo their, __ ,_
E CThe ofnDlandt. R. G. Prie.t, i| S atn THE TRUSTEES' PL. The amusement features will be the
All Work Done by Licensed mCos_ t,,rney, and hi- r.-iat \ -- anl friend. grandest ever seen In the South, In-
,almers and Fully GuaranteesdJ ,.aJ.ks.nviile Metro,plooli.. .23r1. l. i Ih- e'.mnivy "rver v'ry much disap- Ask to pay for drainage Y the cluding horse races and the great
------------ W. J_ Krhe. in charge ofp -I' thr- ial con tifi nu d. called Asocato firs ar it I*W $lo ew
.I ,;-w .-r,.psion work. acting under ,, Priest Is vPry anxious for a trial. living outside the drainage d4ptrict. ALsoction rt appropriate 1..
fi.Pret islv tr mn]uforta l to sechie Cithis ppodt attraction for two -
Ingini...r J., t*. ..arriv- aQ are his attot'teys and relatives and wto ks. The amount was t onun f nor d-
A Choice Stock .; .Iau;;ih ray by launch from frienjti-.i THE OPPOSITION PLAN equate, however, and wa doubledw e
Of Fresh BeetI, Po()rk I j.,( W\illis went ilovn to' C)f Fresh BeetlPork 1,,,, K,-io '.'. :t..-, d.i,'~a's~ Tliucrede'- R. MWiliins went olwnt (dand Make the whole state pay f* drain- The array of attractions to be o dL i/i
e, ::,. h,,,linf,,ration f.Ky Fri lav night to aitt-nd the Fourth ing lands belonging to riolan myn- uchhtgherorder thanth ha. rt of tg
SQuarrv o we ( the rnscondcates. much higer order th that ot
And Mutttln, I ..u< ..1 : *" t u~l'* **--< ^^no ~ae year. The horse rcta win be at a,* -*
i n .- aimcrat'- 1. irr f .l ie,- t ir.t !(ire. very high class order and exciting
V.etables. tFruits. P -hr, -hI- P,,tmazi.r ;o.," Daren has been WHICH IS THE finishes will be looked for. 154 hoarse
Tha, Krts. h.t av-zyv- sik this week. but we are glad FAI PROPORTION have already been entered and S1,M0W Jj I h
'ggS, Fish. Oysters and ,,. Sixty-thre ,rm quarter- t, ;earn. is spe better. have been offered as purest Out of
Chggc, Fiesh.Fail GJers '!,.,ad hN,, 45KfromW.RF ,e rs. Matee. a- .. onr44re-- The first on, of Cous e for the hundred high c.teass__s shows offered _
ChoiceaFresh Family GrcI. rm at e. istration. has been he-ie all thr- week Drainage Amendment President Brown has been careful to_
\! ikarlr, l 4)vana. ltc-;it Loower4 select only the best, The majority of
eries, always ton hand from Meta, u;,,bia, ai5d 25 from th,- sicamer these shows have never beep seen at
which to do yTor marketing. Ls '-. off E"tt' Key. thtr anyof the Southern Fairs.
1,than Ili#- aoto- alaigo- number o'f inAww
';Send or bring us your or .h,, may have beern. sat. eve. BI D try.s Music by the best bad inothe eof l ch-
I UN V *weR IG Etry, dazzling per1fornmanes of all kinds
ders and tLey w;11 have ..n in the einpl,.oy f the railr., #: In the open air and tents and otha
;.:nl a! f'Iacte. )o, I, h ','in hiv.a bet-n'o
prompt attention,,intel f,,r D Spls of features have been ec ured1 frf l be
edification of the thousaads who will ea e
W. E. SM ITH. Damage Done MiamiGreatly Exag- Pre Ice Cream and Cold Drinks, attend.Dot fale D ITTO) & fA1
,ated or youwl regret it.h
NN\.. Nrtl Mag.iolia i St.. i: o.n Prout. of the Miami Board' Choice Candies, Fruits, Coo_ ecttn*, dates,Nov. 14th to 29th,
N,. ,,ortih Magnolia et. ,, Li.i,. ,irt Me\tr,.ptfis this o < No. 1--oo ly-o eot ale ot i*
,ti.,,.L. i,, -h ,os ,- by the recent rFu Line of all Popla Od f a BIUTCHTON Aveme; house cam eail be dd t C a
Phone 132 .,., n ir -,. hail .ha]been greatlY --- 2 -d t -
Phon e 3 x;-ritte~l He stated the loss in Come inll atd enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under If you have difficulties In one place Wae ^ anhal-g tw- l
Y .i as ,,nned to a few unstabl you'll have them In another. If you .iCcws,; h e. a -WIM &-ec o tw.
DISTILLED WATER-Free Oellvoy ,uihlings.- Here is the telegramn. thc electric fans. Don't forget the place, move because you do not like y our w 1 1 ">lI3 -- .
.MiMini. (-t. 22.-The rt-ports sent neighbors, it's an indication that you S9tt I
ut from h-re of damage done by the aj 1 N DES E D i L are no good yourself. Men often move dlL -- lS WtW ba
ot f,-on: ,st,,rin % ,kasr-atly exaggerated. ALLIN B IUUG S ICE FCR that they may get more money aad d5 U lot ftI two aM c p t ..
-_____-_^_ o ; Signmtar'; :iiid a fe-w unstable build-; have to work less. Pray tell us where Mo. *-_natwo-sto six-wo -- w
,,,1 f .,,T-.,d. \Vhithin S.,o ,,-will, Next to Munroe & Chambliss' Bank. an ass will go that he will not have fl ----- !. U....
H H ',4 '- the l,,ss. ,,,ur Teol.; are be,,n,-- to work? -
W,. -to work? years,
Sc ine -ehis .kii%. ,,-r ,.xvi-eoratirn and Dr. rankli said: I never saw an P .... ..
z 1. .....i v- "til think x.ou t.> o-,orret impres- often removed tree, nor yet an oftW No. 4 imuA *or __a__
ii ng-ttti~- +''i F IJI.{N iT I~ E IFU R N I i ofte -+te, yt- .~- --e -
o -i-rl lii;ih,.M, .,>I tl -ii c-re-e s,-rioously C I I
. XV. WV Proout. those that ettled be," .. ....
Priholt-nt Board of Trade. This reminds us of the Interview we No. 5.-A oo ftvo-om otta, le lt ml
OCALA ICE FUEL CO Ocala. Fl Railroad Loss $150.000 had with an old colored ma lat Pat- Ocklawaha Aveue......................
OCALA ICE 4 FUEcL CO., OcalBa. F. Rlodos$urdaY. Said he: 'Me's do-me s l o...-vr tt 1 o ,
---Mr J E Ingraham third vi--'res- Don't think fora m1nte at weave most of t tr d In my settlement Big baan.......... .
idflw t ofo the Florida East Coast rail-I a..... .. ...,
l oay. .who arrived in Miai Saturday outt o the Furnitare RoOne int Ocal. We aus they fyI they o't moe ulivc No. l.-C- Ie of ne iv.oe itIe a 3
night. ..ate t hat the engineers whog works donte fru.ined us. dopubse ten years .....
Pha\'e o,-en ,,\er the rute of the ex-, axe here to stay and have some -. from now they will be gone andthe y
I P LE ,a e tw,,at ri' tre c,,,, fitne bargats hto offg.b t FURNITURE d an country be de same as when the biy pnd
;bst.mato-rial an,]dmg, 0 oki freeze come thvAtime ane d mens must lt t e7 .............
th., ,n any.o..,uof.gobac..toodnda r. io ,r.coutr. ck ds of HOUSE FURNISHINGS both w aal n e a s bIouc ..o h. o..
t &at My far,,waslfull of t d bz a t -idg-Iwapts to prosper, Fee here, I aint got
1.-.1It. After tiking C- r,.t.itlili ngt he Bew of 0t,4 ,d I'.MIMIlF:ic co0 but one boss and no one to help me
ti,-mov, my friends. Iof tb.inewbet 1d r, n thte s e.Iewhr-re st,.od wNell. the greatest but my wife, and you knows she akkt
m,,rine Hops to have a eh-aee to *-c anlagee hiein it,,LngKhih Ou holklay line is nromng in and Contais
Prod; C.Wig..... -.^ ..,, Lu St.. I ma,. ny rre bargain i bauUful gooufa. Give *.zaS iTAA A
At i.- is;l in Mii l of the ble the acre. I done ibut tlast year. I have rA"A A
in-* C sf S cftl arkT N .'J. '-i in the St. Lucie P reck andl a .9 a & acre in cufas, which I will fatten U _M,
t Ii"-,, !,., liv,. ben niitted tain(e A rar ba 10 head of hogs on aod have 4 acres
WWWWWW.V f ,oao *iua-t!boat No. 4. and others A P of pinders, and will sell more than
thm ~il 'on e ipSO th de read cahav n ered nsedt.a

^irV 1 I li'n<'.: craifts, are doin|r nicely and I, enouli cotton to supply me with all f t
^^^ ^ ^^^^^ h.- .:.:tj,>Tity of themi wil! s,.Mn he uip m -* ** ** *- ^ ^ ^ y th I l read ah needed," W % ~ ^ m
*iQS 38 y n.l ;ab.u. A large tent with cc cifoort- ITCCT~TrTCi In repl to the question, Wintry. *^ ^ ^ ^
o jh!l- 'ots an olhr cTHEUeNIiTenReE ha ME N what do you think of the plan to plant
heen er,+-ctei in the- hospital yard. --....-... abort cotton and establlsh factored? e
tKinu. Palaabi. PowSr, Taerin" ?, This tvis ito a. c,',,,,olate the owe-flow "Its what I have bee arguelu n(or fid it wiJh & .mr a f]Ma 1A
sohqi ',. toolk. Tt,. g.oui. tablet stanued tCC. in the h,,.-,ital '\hi' h wacs already and it will be our hope."a i
O^^n--lme.r'or<--,,,.rb,,.. axtlv s\-Pt t-fiy-ve ,,r ,.,r- vea- I[ ve yOU had experience in ra-anCy GrOem~ies fO rth family tm
rL.C.. .c'-igoli .Y. 'I t.',,. ,,t!,.-r thaa, th,.e ae subjects Ing .hort cotton? only the fw r and SE pE. B t
_AN!4[I ISA A .E TE ULLU fiE tier the -trI, that Mr Flcog "'es lasit year I planted three acres = 11
__ I- i. ,,+l,;y state, .la.n thett M,-.,-I atd p(theod two balet, (elghinu 450 Will tt06o r sel y m
:,.t ,,,; rit o,>!,Do t1. Mt.,mi as has lbe-e-n (INCORP ORATED) pounds each, for which I got $50 a bag, one in thetv. f o-i--'__
E leC trica l S up p lie '"'o* ; ""' "- P r n ;ot tINCORP ORATE ) and fore God. de patch don't look like an d meui"sn b e w l
a ,,pp-,, ,,,-,,.,ht t,.-ar on ie, not t,, bee. tc." and fw sth and bonke. of t(wfll b
IGaeE.l.p ri rmVw ok) *-"1NE RIA L T TIV E R Y ^ Wintry, what ls your opinion of the d&Vy- Givet meash edyalkmo irtrf
Have a well selrt--,d stoek i"'' h,. ,,,:i,' ,<,] ... +t>i. deisi,, ^^- jIi l vA L lV new kind of cane which to leteff so 8 Ieapr 'S5!
.. .. . a,+, ,-ll .,.~ isxhn,,t kn +.. ,.-.- .--. /... --- ,, /...^-. extensively cultiva~ted? gOd OOi[rt e A]M t m~ a el t ad lO

of Elei-tr' Fanis. ill l0t tll .-h ri.h (I. N AKK.iA.jS, HLKLjib, T"You means this here Japinese wntinnane of it, Tn wll l a
WOUNDS. BRUISES AND BURNS TRAPS, CARRYALLS, cane? It Is the cheapest feed crop ftor m.
generall Electric Co. and theM a,-I , an anisertc dres*ng i L cows, hos and hog. People say hog me.
;estal Elsetiuca ro lid kthe~ ali- a.yn ain untisetic and re:n -SADDLE HORSES, ETC. can't eat em, but what makes I know
Westinghouse'make. Tlelat-*" "-'""'% hidse hub .rns fd lil.eA
W- iTl U.ieS before Inflammation sets i, 'taint so, la year I done and see hog
,.,.,,.,+,FINE, VEHICLES. +, .!FAST HOF1S'J'i' ''E' L L I l/ M
ter cost a little more.W t re-. they m,.y -be liale-l without mat,.ra- N VEHICLES get sofat on It tl da can't tad on
qiire les urretto o1ra on a;n.i in aliout "ne-third the time The old darkey I correct in thel
r r t p re.,,,.-.,i ,by tht- i treatment.. 'hi HORSES AND MUI.ES FOR SALE main. The present prosperity and "__ _ _ _
tht'ln I also carrysithot(-k g!' eate,.t isc,,,'erv and triumph,
them. I alto carr i nst0 Faia-v (;lo .. 1iizli lA) r Pain l'ali :,ts ,,n this same rrnci- trade Is due to the few moneyed en-o
an f 'e t- i - antt)Iu d whe ar- A. C. COBB General Maaeterprise and should they suspend for
Lilt. t. I iie.l ito s tt.h injuies. -auses then am.- A C.CO lack of material, the old darkte s pe-, t chinjuries.auesth tdiction,een years from now the pub-
nt-a I ~.-vry quickly. 11 also allay~s th~eli w rk begn addecuty e
.111 kindds of tectri,-al work- ;,ifn and t,,reness and prev-ents any usie works be gone and de reeotry be ta
n t* ir r a" 'a"3r "t'l d d poisoning.... "K ns Cane 1 sanme like whnl de freeze come that
nind r i' done iat ra,- I'rf hl iin h eand a i time," will be a fact which too few
rtpalrlot it- 4 IikofPtn Balm in your home and lE1 QU IfhI realize. 1A RB
i ,-e prices., ndher a full guar- ,t i '-, o-u tme- and, not ||f IraIe 1" B f
,11'1-01 0'1"inc- 6n( vneni, e and suf- C l mu a e
alitt1. If your iiglit art out -. i c, injurif,-l *" e ic tain -. For sale'f II SHADY
d- 'lZ 1 ilui i--- t ail.1ForIfl12-and I13 Inch Roglers.
of fix. or you need riiix i, ,l:us.l Miss Harriet Simpson from Weirs-
Iolet No 2 .BR N O RIF N dale, is visiting her sister. Mrs. J. Mi.
.. ph.0toN. 2.,. BR O RIEF SYRUP KETTLES IN 60 AND 80 f ALL S ,.. ,Douglass..
T i:l "\'.o .~oi'o~c'te t nur *UU WV' u Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Buhl were on the
sck list last week, but we are glad
Walter tcker. Mr H Arci'dc-,'"n. c-urta .X", A cat each of Sash, Doors andld Binds itut r iwed, to not, they are better now.
nJa.-m -tville ,,n t i,i;,n I, e-.k Dis iof O A pleasant surprise party was given
i- tn ja ;.,,,n s aMndc we make special prics on them g stock of Shot Miss L.ora Dougla.sFiday niglt.
l., t illis \vvvn, t..i o'ii;,n ,
.1- PWhfn .i.L^ T v XI I -rns a .x of Ac ftltioa, etc.' B ggies. Wagon.. games wer inldin u ntil
-E SeTueday.Guns, al inr quite late, then the crowd lentdeel h- mU t .
F AII[F Y' J'3sph M~o' om Sell Juc.' 4;-4..F. IcD4.,n" and h ,..I"-IthrHarness and a general line of hardware. Rliaft goods ing a most enjoyable time. tired Stckb&. a u wlD din .p
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C. L.S ifimeu Uand R. R. CArtiw

Editok d UGen-1Ma er

City Editr and Snw.-An mane.'.

Congratulations. Brother BIttinger.
on the fne appearance of the New
Ceurtheoue Vvmtwb-r" of the Ocala
ivenring Star. The TriWt tips Its p-
per cap to you. sir. It is cheering to
see this result of enterprise and care-
ful study, and to feel the assurance
that It is but another proof. and a
strug one at that. of th growth of
the peninsular ccmmonw ialth. whaos
welfare lie"tP,# s to the hearts of
both of us. The number Is edited
throughout with care The well printed
cag that embellish its pag'-s and thIat
Mew up *o S*pf dly m th high
w r ud. A ew the fa'e-- of men Ca-
I|ar so FIMwdian.. -ho are prowm-
tnent factors in th r'ro,.,'rous dp-vel-
opment of the state.
ILng may ,ou frlurtt.h. and long
m"- the O(Ja taSr continu.- to beer
the ear marks of your goo'i m.anage-
sneat a~d the dashes of your vituil-
etem: anid log may jmrali ts of your
t-pe continue to mold public opinion
sad be a ruide toward the summit of
<,< achi eveawet.-Tampi Tribune.

AT- A I" T4

NM LitA Mad of the Artiske Uad
am Corer Stet w tihe Ne w
Ceurt Meow
Editor Star-Yours of the 19th re-
questig a list of the articles placed
In the corner stone of the courthouse .
received aad am very sorry to say
that I am unable to furnish It. The ar-
ticles should have been gathered to-
gether by someone beforehand and a
list made out and read at the time of
deposit. but it seems that no one had
that part of the work in charge.
I called for a list but no one seemed
to know anything about It The arti-
ctes were pased up for deposit and
there was. of course, no time to make
a list during the ceremonies.
It Is possible that Hon. H. W. Long
may have a list. W. P. Webster.
Jacksonilfle. Oct. 3rd. 190.

Mr. S. T. Ristrunk received a tel-
egram this morning stating that Mr.
C'. C. Atkln.,,n. of Thomasville. ;a..
died at five ao'elock last night. 1*r.
Atkinson was an unc-l of Mrs. Sis-n
trunk and was quite well known in'
this city. He was over sixty years

Of age
The Ocala reading club has resum-
ed active sesluas and held thehr first
mfeting with Miss Minnie Gamsby
yesterday afternoon. They will take
up Anglis.h literature and English his-
tory for their study this winter. Miss
,;amsby is president and the new
memlbrs are Mrs. Mlamie Howse-
Stovall. Mrs. G. P'. Dlttmer. Mrs
Townley Porter and Miss Susie Port.

The special edition of the Ocala Star In most cases consumption results
issued Wednsi4ay In commemoration from a neglected or Improperly treated
Ta the layi ag of te corner stone of cold. ole's Honey and Tar cures
the new courthouse. was a notable the most obstinate coughs and pre-
sucrea. It was copiously illustrated vents serious results. It costs you no
wsih 4ature. of prweauent cdtlams of more than the 'unknown preparations
the ci, antd -ou-tty, with a blograph- and you should Inist upon having the
al sketch of each one attached Thatn you in t he yellow package. Sold
to what the people want-picturem of genuine the yellow package. Sold
themselves The average man had
rather se- him oun features rwproduc- Swiss cheese at the 0. K. Grocery.
ed in his country paper, with a ni little hcmpumntar write-up ,ipewnd- tYoi, can get the Atlanta Journal ev-
ed. than t.o gaz u(.,on **n af the 01.1 ery day and Sunday at Allan Bridgea'
Master- At l a-t we ,oull. and weA news .tand for 1 cents a week.
judge other fouts the tamie wa..-UAvej
Is no worse than the terrible case (f
In hbmor of the laying of the corner Piles that afflicted me 10 years. Then
tuse of tlhe ne w Ma.o causy cmrt- as advised to apply Bucklen's Ar-
lie at Ocala. on W ednesdy, the nica alve and less than a box per-
O ltlIntg m r W issued a "anew manently cured me, writes L S. Na-
entbeoge ember." o l whelad t pier of Rugles. Ky. Heals all wounds,
to a ld theead teraof ha p t1- Burns and Sores like magic. Price
xtou*l and bustoaem men of Marton 15c., at TydingP & Co's.
cnvwty. with many splendid photo at ng Cos.
graphs and illustrations. This edition THE ILLUSTRATED EDITION
is a credit to Ocala andI to Messrs.
Ilitting-er and Carroll -St Augustine'
Abioor'd. Coples of the illustrated, or new
* ,courthouse. edition of the Star can be
(Cmngretman Sparkman in a letter had at this office -it 10 cents apiece.
too the editor, aid "I mtust also co'n- T W
gratulate you on the edition. It is LEST WE
urerb and should 1e of immense forget-baby Is restless, can't sleep at
value to O ala night, won't eat, cries sppsmodically.
t:ditor Stovall. of the Tampa Tri- A bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge
buate. in a personal letter to the edi- never fails to cure. Every mother

tor. said: "I want to congratulate should give her baby White's Cream
you most sincerely on the appearance Vermifuge. So many times when the
of your 'courthouse edition' of tie baby is pale and fretful, the mother
Star. It was fine' and you should feel dces not know what to do. A bottle of
very proud of it this medicine would bring color to his
Mr. Louis Fox. of Atlanta. said: "It cheeks and laughter to his eyes. Give
compares favorably with similar work it a trial. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
done in Atlanta. Y,>u have nothing to Drugstore.
ftaa-I ashamed of. but very much tao re-
Fbor the many kind expressions we CHEAP.
have received from our home people I wo of the prettiest residence lots,
e ar very thankful. When It front on different streets, in the very
called to mind that no real work was choicest residence part of the city. for
done on the edition until 10 days he- sale cheap for cash. Inquire at this
fore the laying of the corner stone, office.
those who are familiar with newspa-
per work have some conception of the A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS
hustling that was done.
A remarkable part o(if this edition Is Mrs. Alexander of Cary, Me., 'ho
is that we did not ask everybody to Ihas found Dr. King's New Ife Pills
come into It. Our desire was to have (to be the best remedy she ever tried
a full repreetation of county and for keeping the Stomach. IAver and
city officials, or as near as possible. Of Bowels in perfect order. You'll agree
the former all promised and four re- with her if you try these painless pu-
eonaldssi; of the latter, two could not riflers that Infuse new life. Guamn-
afford It. e" was too Indifferent and teed by Tydings & Co., druggists.
the other refralined for professional Price, 25 cents.
The editor canceived the idea and CASHIER WANTED
did about all of the soliciting for the A young lady cashier wanted for two
edition and preparation of manuscript. weeks. Apply at this office.
but without the co-operation of his
partner. Mr. R. R. Carroll, and the A CARD
ever faithful foreman. Mr. J. H. Ben- This is to certify that all druggists
jamin and Mr. Neilson,. foreman of the are authorized to refund your money
job rnoms. we would not have been in If Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
It a little h it.your cough or cold. It stops the
That It has met with general ap- cough heals the lungs, and prevents
proval and commendation we are very serious results from a cold. Cures la
much rtifed. but above all are gripped cough and prevents pneumonia
pleased to know that the Star is the and consumption. Contain no opiates.
first paper in Ocala that ever got out The genuine Is In a yellow package.
an lustratededition to celebrate soRefuse substitutes. For sale by all
auspicious event as the laying of the dealers.
corner stont- of hti new t-ourthouse.
NEW OFFICES LOATED The registration books for the city
The offices for the different coun- of Orcala are now open. and will re-
ty officials have been designated in the main open at city clerk's office till the
new courthouse Prof. Carn. as sec- "eaond Saturday in November, 1906.
retary ot the Board of Public lmstruc- H. C. Sistrunk.r
tin., will have the room on the south- Clerk and Ex-Offielo Supervisor of
east corner: acres. the hallway, on the Registration of City of Orala.
southwestern ltrner will be the moun-
ty judge's offl(e. aid next north awitl NAPOLEON BONAPARTE

be the sheriff'.- office. on the northwest
side. across the hallway. is the a.s-
mseur, treasurer and registration of- I
fAers quarter-., nhila north aof then
y'60 will find the tax collector The
three rooms on the northeast corner
wMI b- uwed by the county clerk. The
first rtoMn you enter from the hall will
be the otBee proper, to the east of this
ome is the record office and back of
both Is the hImease vault rooms. The
omrt room proper will be on the sec-
oand story oan the north side oaf the
building. Work is rogres.sing rapid-
ly and it looks now as though the

Showed, at the battle of Austerliltz,
he was the greatkt leader in the
vrlid. Ballard's Bnow LAntient has
shown the public It is the best Lini-
ment in the world. A quick cure for
Rheumatism.. Sprains. Burns, .Cuts.
etc. A. C. Pitts, Rodessa, La.. ays:
"I use Ballard's Snow LUnlment in my
family, and find it unexcelled for sore
chest. beedache, corns, apd tIn fact
for anything that can be reached by a
liniment." ,Sold by the Anti-Monop-
4%,y [Irugstalre.

That uthi'~iNto:n4"tnatix "hat's~
growing W id n our. ;snIf:IS
P uremarkable prof "'.! f- r t~z. ah*,rt
The untutorod Indian La-d lermcid th,
curative valupi of %ton~e of Ui'-r- ant]
t~nug O,t heearly SeUlor.& thi-r mw 'v. The
iLnDever liked work -"o be w~a" ernt 4
% maw to get well a.4t-Aona a.-po-I,! t,1:a
e mght do Uw veli &atd kt him I~fljL
Therefore. he duor "pas.'tso root fur her.
for that wa,-.their great r.-nietiy r.r fr.-
male Ohr''d~. i. Pierre u4-*s the
Saute t *-ecalled TEire Ctlin-b-in Urn
*Favollite Prewriptiaan.'strA~ilif ally ecou-
bloed with other air:4:s C0-;t nal.e it
awre effective thaula ar. *: ~ :tea
car~ingall tbo varito!:1 t. tf
plaiful delrangeunwents pow i itarI't a I .r'
Many aflliaeed worsn Ia 1zaet-i .~a
from the operating U1,14.. And tur
O-W S fa'.kjififc IiV t Ie IW i' 4 i-E of I~,t,
l'ae'rv's 1 a' 'rate lorfe,.cnpilxi.ra. 'I'id-r
nevi over the ~lower pa j %,rrolgi ri. ,\id
backache. spells of u a-.Iiii
bearing dtivn pain- -or 4_- t re- .1, -u "',t I I't
scriptione asill %%(,k xa.~a -Ia:a~
In all msuch cast-s. UaId t'i L` #rxl.. a,*'!-'11, a
Permianenit cure' if par!-;-ti'd 1,1 fl'- a ra-
Poalfre If-rix.iorr Vol!h ni-.a' .I*.
wholly jprepared fraazna..I. ~
r(msata, 'uitlaat a dr-I. pof ;l ~ i_4
niaIle e up. lit-reu ils-aI l't.a r n a~a
put tup fo~ a!r.- l rr~7drvvi,:*zt f..r

ar- tery Larmfifl. ezqweviallv t~o dilartp
women. lavorito. l're-vrii~,t;- co**a'nf-
tains tieither alcohol nor harnifail tt-
fring drujrw. All itz : atian u ro
printed on each Il.Yttlei tajarwr. It k4 a
poerful Invittrra t i tit viija. iamlmart,'ng
health and fttren.-th iii Ilartid-uhar t~o iC
organs~ distinictly feminine.. l. Yorv~
and sickly v.toamer..mhoi~ a re -Aifo rn-sll','
or debl~itatxid. o'a-.;w~ciidj. fjror ina it %,. .f
work in store. oflivw. or s4ICxIiA-ras.wn. V lit
sit at thme tylowriter or I miri Liavh'fle.
or bear heavy Itoutwhoki I ; urdf -i a nd fir
nursing mos lier., I r. I'if r*-*- Faiv(rive
['roseriptiton %%ill prowo a a p.Q-ic4 l( neit
because, of i's I'&a; r'_,,ring 'and
Strength-viviwz lpowar.
For con!-tipatitan. the 'rp*. .Scieniiflc
cure ii Dr. l'iree4 ;Pleamiant I'Pinliela
Mild, halrmleam.. yr-t sure-

Last. a menr*rni r .in l b< 'ok. .-x. in-
jche.: b'0und ini r"l la ; il'a ,r. -oitt, in-
ing ity ti i :, H anila Rt itrn t* Hrhi-rt A. -',ird and
gj -t r*'". atr',.

The bottom layer
a of a box of


V'h,.n Tan article has been on the W tL A
l;a' k,-t for years and gains friends
f( .v'-y yatr. it is safe to call this eed-
i.ine a worthy one. Such is Ballard's,
Horehound Syrup. It positively cures,
ac'ugns and all pulmonary diseases.
Oinrw f the best known merchants In
.Mbil'.. Ala.. .says: "For five years my
fainil:, has not been troubled with the!
wint-r coughs. We owe this to Bal-
lard's Hir-hloundl Syrup. I know it has.
a;tva'md ,iy hiliireii from many iJckl
s.l,'lis." Slad ay thle Anti-Monopoly

. K .O.TM.M

Ocala Tent No. 1409,
i K. 0. T. If. M.. will hold
i its regular senai-monthly meeting at
ongae's Hall Wednesday evening. Oc-
tbie -r 24. G. .W. Martin. R. K.
T. D. Bryan, Commander.

I TROXIER."" "'"'" '""
T.W. TRO XLE. A special meeting of the council
was held last night to hear the pre-
liminary report of Ludwig & Co.. the
SKEL A rFOOT Atlanta electrical engineers engaged to
N|| test the new electric light plant.
The detailed report will be forward-
The neet ost attractive and ed from Atlanta laten on.
The newest, mofst attractive and It wa. easily demonstrated that our
novel package of .igars is the latest new jlant is up-to-date in every par-
production of the El Traopi.o tigar fac- ticular. and all that is claimed for it
story, O.ala. The idea is original with to give sufficient and first-class light-
Mr. ('has. P<-yser. the proprietor, and ing facilities.
attracts a great deal of attention, and There was some talk over the con-
the goods are fine and sell at sight, tinuous service before the meeting was
The brand is Nick.'l-a-F'oaot. They adjurn
are as fine ais many nickel goods ant do prurned. nt were Messrs. Gates
the reason they are sold cheap is be- ,rd eathers. Owen. Chacer. Catm-
cause they are me ay : apprentice:. Iard.Weathers. Owen, Chace. C'arri-
cause they are made by apprentices.'chael and Sage. Among the audience
The cigars are 6 Inches long, packed were the mayor, city attorney, mar-
two in a package and retail at 5 cents. shal and superintendent of the electric
hence 12 inches of solid comfort for light plant.
a nickel. Try them and be convinced. I
For sale at first class dealers., an you win? You realize that to
win in anything these days requires
Sstre-ngth, with mind and body in tune.
-.,.\ll ELr g : A man or woman with disordered dl-
HANDMn ADE ,,/ strive organs Is not in shape for a
SANDMADE d y's wrk or a day's play. How can
S thy expect to win? Kodol for Dy.pep-
sia contains the digestive juices of a
r* IV^ ^ healthy stomach and will put your
stomach in shape to perform Its Im-
,portant functions of supplying the
body ana brain with strength-building
blwod. Digests what you eat, relieves
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach,
P- alpitation ,of the Heart and Constipa-
HOW IS IT DONE? lion. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
It w would I eel Pound, raisin and citron cake, at the
to J do(Ile bV 0. K- Grocery.
Sinagic he 'ha. Gibson and Wnm. Brown, two
Slinian V0C icO t negro boys. were tried in Judge Bell's
(to)lling frIll a ,trt yesterday afternoon for-stealing
40 1 ( .sh,as frm a railroad ('amp near York.
W ( O O( 1 1 bOX. They were defended by Mayor. L. T.
with all its well !zlar andl prosecuted by R. B. Bullock:
knIown11 tones, tended them to pay a fine( of $100 and
and its 11111C. c"~sts. each.
T I-I1e lt.anr E. Jones of Tampa. Fla..
HO I Gy A"I t'": "I thank God for my pres-
PHONOGRAPHrn ent health, due to Foley's Kidney
S<'ure. I tried d-m>c't,rs anad all kinds
is 1iow to0 well. ,.f kidney cures. but nothing did me
known to need ,"1" h good till I took Foley's Kidney
SjC'ure. Four bottles cured me. .nd I
description ,llt have. no more pain in my back and
a R the r. of ,shlj-iaul6'r. I arm 62 years aold, and suf-
1 fe r,-.l long. but thanks to Foley's K'd-
SpoSessing o(eW ney C'ure I am well and .-an walk and
is liot known i 'njvy mysel. It is a !,' asure to re-
Sltl mmend it to those needing a kidney
tO| Vl' I OVt) I C. nmedi-inie. For sale by all dealers.
W \V I- t heEd

graiphl. Illl as-
So o, ,tIflt. it of
records always 011on Iand. our

building wouldd be redy for the roof The tax roll of the city of Oeala for leisure hours -all 1i made
by C-hristmas. the year A. D. 1906. is now completed
and in the hands of the city tax col- !very ilnstru'tive alndl cuter
Mr. ann Mrs. E. E McLin and little lector, John M. Graham. All taxes rtailling within a I) l lOirL, i.
son returned this afternoon from Ken- must be paid on or before December
tucky. %%here Mr AIclAn has been for 1, 19CC. John M. Graham.
the past three e.-ks and his wife and Tax Collector City of Ocaia.
baby f.or several months. This October 1. 1906.

S.1s ;,,-o!o ned his meat market near
!' I Siahoar', Air Line dep,)t. YTou will
i w:,,ovtiy il at this place the bect of
fa,-h hae-f. trk and mutton, while
. ~-lh anld oysters will always. he found
in .- mon. B. member
N,.,Ir th- S.. A L. Depot, )Orala. Fla.
Ke-p the bowels owan when you
,t' tV a;i cm.,il anIl U-e ;t goiadl remedy to
;alia\ the infianmmatimn aof the mucous
i m-:'u ranas. Thei best is Kennely's







Otur stock


Iee Thomrmon. the Sir Isaac Wal-;
ton of theCba.sahowItaka river and'
the mighty bunter of that princely do-
main. with his father and Fred Diebert
went fishing last Friday and about 4
o'clock were returning home with nabh M O N
to fry. As the boat proceeded up the'
river. Mr. Lee Thompson saw a dark'
object in the river. He felt certain he Ta
knew what it was, but waited until Will b a
another similar object dropped in and y
then another and another. He then itS fo OO I
was certain that they were bears, but 0*
was afraid to say anything lest the N w- w a
crew in the boat might get excited and -
Wightlhn the bears away. He then told tm m a ..
hb. father that he saw four bears = 55f *
suinming across the river and to row A.
as quickly as possible up the stream. ,f T s
i-',-rtunately. Mr. T. had picked up a r
big stake as the boat left the shore,
an'l it was the only weapon the party *.
I had. When the boat was within 50 -A '
jyarila of the hears the old one heard 28 inchnesi 4 3 i l A
the oars. turned and raised out of the
!water. took a gorA look at the boat 30 inches by 60 Mc Syua
.n., v';ad, straight for it as if to attack. --- --
Th.-n is was that Mr. T. rush the 3 l y5 Av
l.;,at. and the old bear seeing that the 30 inches y V..
l-t as in no way intimidated, turn- 27 ich s by 6 a W
P4, tail and made for the opposite 2 2 inches by 9I 0 ee A r Sq1 s 9s
j hire. Mr. T. then got in his seaman-j "
thip and sliifted the boat between the 36 oIches by H s
tfl.eing bears. having two on each side y 7
of the boat. As one of the cubs rais- / 1 2 feet by 9 f At A r
Sed his head he made a strike with his by z A t
s tick. but the bear dodged and escap- Q f w f
'.e, He had better success with the 9 9 b2 feet
i olht-r cub son the same side of the boat
as the first. He struck him over the
head and don t he went under the COMA RE 01
water. As he came up he gave him
another welt and as he rose from this
stunning stroke Mr. T. grasped the j q
hear by the back of the neck and drew W th RAlf t sd AO Wil
him into the boat. When he was
dressed bh weighed 7.5 pounds. This r
wa.s -nough sport for one day. and all at -- l
went home and had fried fish and
heair teak for supper.


L K.







must vacate our store e
thle 31st, next.

We intend to leave Oc

stock of metchanamse



on the


* ; 4 s.- -,



Remember we must move and will no

it will not pay s to pay eight the

this is your opportunity to buy Fat. A"

Winter Wearing Apparel at the Iow '

prices possible.

We have been in business here i, te

past seven years and we do not beee we,

have a single dissatisfied cmtome.

Buy your goods from us

save money.






Smartest Sits of the Season

The newest things from
the famous A. B. Kirich.
baum & Co., Tailors, are
r a. way beyond our expecta-
tions. They have all the
new kinks known to the
tailors of the world and
embody all the genuine
worth that can be out into


- OtW~~ThRWU11mA1Y, OCT*"*~rr S

t .4


market at prices that will tempt the uio-



ri ~n a.
a,, .,~
.' *, '--a C...-.

fw.,.. t

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- OCArLA avp~m ?~AR W

llh~ ~

I Guaranteed Silks I

In MNaxlne and


In Ali the Leading Shades.


-Ccntcmcri Kid Glovcs

Extraordinary value at $ t .00

16 Button length Mousquetaire

Gloves at $2.75 and $3.50





' ____ _____ __ by acai atvUcstioms. Utey nai
rmech the d ee d goa of the r.
Mac ,i.4- m.-: *?nigtit. There is only one way to cme def-
------- and that is fy Motional
R,1wjka.e. r, ",.na.;rrV.w night- remwdia. Deafness s$9 e md by an
------- infamed ceonditim *f muA Xcous Ra-
i Swim cheese at the 0. K. Grocery. ln .of the nMA m M Tube. Whr
4 -th- this tube Is inflamed rO. have a rm-
i _ani Tme,-! f -r re .'-'-.-al tonight. bling sound or li Inb ea*l. ad
lrhen It tis eotiret osed; Deafre
WANTED--Y,.ng i..; t-., as-&t inis the result, and misim the Itnflamma-
Ptore. Ocala Mui-' C.- tUon ca be tak, -I Ad this tube
S r sored to Its normoitJ UIUM. beahr-
The. te!-phfne directory uill be out ing will be destre9 forever. Nine
fe 14.;t-x i e-aes out of ten are Caused by Catarrh.
--- -rk-- which Is nothi but an ained con-
S"V < -- t.--,i \'-a, '-r,k- try Nip- idition of the nance tmfftes.
-:-- We will give Onte Hundred Dollar
-- f,r any ease of Deafness (caused by

i .


\ ".,* q,!--,t tipf o T V,-ry lflst a'nk : dlid u Only
i!;- ~ ~ ~ ~ fe I~'- ; iII I M th04-1


I I a4 k I Iis: a r 1(, -. (*( iie. -

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It's a lVi:, PI: Niar lyt Hoifal sto< l's7.


It's a little early, but our fall stock is

Mi m oen Conway. of Spring Park,
aged 26 years., died at her home at
that Place yesterday afternoon of ma-
baufa poiso. MisU Conway wai a
amber of the Ocala Rebekahbs and
of the Ocala Bptist church. The
a-ral seriC took place from Me-
Iw & MacKay's chapel at it odlock
this morming, under the auspice of
the Bebekalm and conducted byn ov.
C. C. Carroll. The Iee m me
shipped to Starke forI .l S liC-
way has four brotmhem ad two sters
at Spring Park. he was a momt e-
timabie lady aad a much loved mem-
ber of her church, home and lodge.

* -


vited to we wies aa a~Lar

him Bsmem

* 2i -


-i- &..arr.I ta x pi em e uea
S'..--: .' '.. -.'.-7,.1 > rf:.y. Hall's Catarrh Curei Send for cireu- ittl Mary Edna Carroll geoe a_
aimires.- fF.J. Cheney&ACo., artyye-terdayafternoon at the home
tht- Srld by druggh" T5c. Take Hairs Carroll. on Fort King avenue, in honor
*n..S~! by. To: ^ m.e i l edo?,^ Ohio. of heri-rn. Rev and Mrs. CC NEB G.EETI
~--af- -Pld-ls for c .nt Ta t IO of her fi fth birthday. Twenty-seven
W.,rk il ,r,,r-ir.z r,.;:ly on tie o-c-----Llittle children came to Mary Edna
ayi,.'rlt P.. -.o ic r'.!',;.nce. nr. C. C. Carroll. in wr ting to ii party and they all bad a royal good
time. For ,ome of the little onev it
gon. P._. I Carroll of this city. a ntow t he1a the
Veet anl at rwket '-ifctric lights; t he effects of the storm in and around was theirfirst party, and they h the Is m
p,*toimn p','.. young & Cline. that ,ity. uays that it did a great deal The Utte hoser wal anted tIn
,f damage to the shade and fruit trees. Theeittie hoetertiniwa hergstedsin
.",n .i".,- has jst r,-e- a.The storm -probab ly did more damage l- n nd entertni her
.f a.Ps ar.i ,rarj this than to any other Industry. mother ad Mrs.
T-ri,, wind thal andtanks other In ry. C. V. Miller and Miss Eloise Miller.
P-T S.Lf:411ATI(on, !quae p- :Gaines were played on the lawn until meat 1
p'. A, .L; 'HEAI'-(,n .,uare p- gating purpoes. of which there are the shower ran the little folks in doors
__.__.._, hundredss in that section. suffered very and on the veranda. bat If the grass
T T. 7. --hr at hea -ly. Mr. Ca rroll as that his w as dampened their spirits were t.
..--z,-. -t ,nn.-- t-,. .ay the only one left unharmed in his w d te t w o
neighborhood and they had just as good a time.
Sneighborhood.When time for refreshments arrived
Pound. rasinn and citron cake. at the ld a i meeting las the lttle throng ws marched Into ew
O. K Grery. Tlulalode atItsmeetl astthe little throng was marched into the
Poun. risi an cironcak, a ~: t apporled $e6at romt h eetnglastdng whe r eom the candofie.s wrpla ighbot-
0K.- -. ightr api ropriald 810 from the lodge thi, whee room in groops of flue, were light-
funis t) help the Odd Fellows among e L while the ente couibe them -
while the Juets vaou-te4l them

V.:. Re.,,r k. ih, v~tr. n of Sparr. i The Rebekah' will celebrate the an- decorations and dolls Ice cream, cake i W ]
*- tu. ,r !i ., .-zuma today. niverary of their order by a social at and chocolate' fudge were served and I
-- - Yonge's Hall on the last meeting night Japanese umbrellas, little fla and
C.r') rt.- -;ir.'?^!. in Haviland in next mont.tlL A committee has been doll. were given as .ouvenirs. _
i a~ ?h<- F' s?.xe rmFltrTre. apsoine c a to make suitable prepare- e Mary Edna rpceilded a great many e for
'ti, fns h present from her little friends. The --
*l'h,-. .*- r-.-r. ,;.,-1 t hr Th-it IL E F children wI not soon forget the party s
V ,n. !- -*: a In a Ntrter to <'oil. hiprman his wife. stand what a fine time they had. m a

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1' ~ I .t Si .-tp fir .orupti q it) sit ulp I
I1 ~ ekl'--i. t t ho'-P-toiffie 'in rver sitx
F'uller. vsill
H T --' 4 n-:..Tt-nn..h.l~
, J '~' iall in orvl6-

a-c'-- cn,-A nA.. Call
*- at ~~v'~(.~e & M- -N '.iKay's.

.94 -rr f Iere' i -s a

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arriving daily, and we are in a position to

save you money.

All we ask is a few

minutes of your valuable time to
you through our stock.


Iron Beds, $2.50 up*

Sideboards, $ 1.50 up.

China Closets, $15 and up.



Pas : ym Tw."uPo.e
P)! pv-s'&w.
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h Don't

Neglect Yourself,
140 Secemd Streel., Kv_ April 14, 10..
b&hVe MUW~ b 4e wsk Sadu!r T -f t he past fI-,Lr 'tears.
Obaw-i by irrg-uiazrw t'ry..'- ca t-a-InIt
s-.-tact dul. p4?n 1 ~~i .'=T 'WO-V P'1 :aft~l
that I mu~-t La- iaiLwrocc
P. ~ Lt.. I howev'Cer. 1 t nve .-~vr R-m-vrrm-
rele~af &- i SI au "iti h.-r t: t f !he Umtit: eCLjL& .IotW
~a~tk-:t~- ar m .'ber U'oubo-s wtv* CgreJ-za&:y di-
IL -n~b l af.zfar ZLye
of I C.1 o,. CW Eei
in. ..-P AV%' aha bI


Wine A f ar~duj recu21azeo the mr-"!,rusl W'1w, tz:h'bo", dchcs,
5r. ~.rui~>e,1~2pua3ra. s.'.*-tre tb.'dacft'.it- L-rinir-lown
y 1ld.T~IA.i-m of ap'w':ite and -r';:.- are -wunpt..nas of-
fe': ~ Im !ek*~ ai should Le given pronmpt '"tu: If you &me
;Pt:v 'i- ed 'h mn sttma1 zrr -usxr-tjcqdn not let th-m rtun on.' Thev
~ C~~Ti1-ti-w izioda.WO us A cnrnnic trt-uues. (ift a b"t~
u \ Ie of :b.r,"Li m 'gindt- u u*S Iie.t at oruce
A..'drurg-..Xta mcI 11i '.0bvttleeof Wine of Csrdui-

Jacksonville Carnival


Vcfrnilnfl lImIimp DV

A young
a po-ition

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show I '*
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MI In-.l. -~ --~ 1f,-,! pits'mers-

(f'i. o -ur,,' f t n l kinds, and
1,1 :.k-" ; -Ti;il'y-. at :h (Ck-ala News

At the b
members w
j gi e their
evening or

Mlrs. J'. I
lv Miss Joh,
P M .Mir,) or,! itrii. woai in th, parents Int

".a'cnusetta. Pays she is able
in bed for the first time MAGNETIC MA.AGE
weeks, and if she gets noI MANETC MA E
and her daughter. Mrs. H health is conceded to be the most
I leav-e In a short time fort,
hea- aill shortbl time byortprecious Jewel in the crown of life. aid
They will rpbably come byr, within the ecrtw-y of your own home
Pr to make the trip shower. you can secure perfect health. -No
matter %hat the ill.a, paralysis. rheu-
man with experience Wantp matiem. neuralgia. nerv,,usne.s and
as bookkeeper. Best of! female disabilities, they can he rellev-
Address. Box 132, Webster. ed by stimulating the cireua ion and
relaxing muscular and nervous ten-
sion.. No drug. or any thing of the
A kind need be used. Simply restore the
|system to normal condition. If care-
IS TR fully followed and applied -Magnetic
mBa m WM Massage" equalizes the circulation
rnR and the nervous forces, thus enabling
r. hs AnmiU5i them to throw off disease. Each ap-
plication make-s the person a better
and stronger man or woman.
(/" 7 A Z ~i have opened a "Magnetic Mas-
Of w sage" parlor- at No. 51. Fort King
avenue, Ocala. FMa.. where I will ap-'
Sply or instruct in the art of "Magnetic
and rehearsal tonight the Mas-age." or I will call at private
IU dccide whether they will houses and give such instruction or
next concert on Friday apply such massage. and explain the
Sunday afternoon benefits thereof. Ofaeea consulta-
Stion rooms at above =s. Consul-
Dell. of Gainesville, former- station free. Office hours, 11 a. m. to
nnie Uddoni is visiting her 2 p. m. Call or write. Mrs. Jennie
this city. Whitfield. No. 54. Fort King Avenue. i
SOcala. Fla.

Mr. Malaver. of the Guarantee Clth-
--.T I.0. 1 r-cnts. .!!l vurplv 1ill ing and Shoe 0n.. tlL expected home
""* "7 ; '" ,*!is-.- kin,-1 rept t--rom & vanW Lafc
rn.. ... & p h o n e a r
N -. Tyi.& Solid quartered eak three piee suits
Sand individual cnairn in th newest
T r- .'... pn',-?.n arriv",I: a tTh.- ; designs can be found at the best fur-
-n.l.:,:.". v -,-r.r.v ;,: twVEnty the ;niture store in town. TIrIaf t Oala
tey the*-u'rttueComhny.
*\,:\.- ,,.f.- ; Furniture Company.
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.If y-ionte-rnr!l".4:. trip via thp A.
'.I. *r .1.ha mil.-agf- bl-ok. -on,%ult R. D. FULLIER. L. F. ELALOCK.
R. T. A 'n'-. tne it '%. tiv tiet agrnt. in
Tir .n.nI M!--Wtn. 14. P.'wrs'hav' D'I'AL J.GE ?I
p *iier" fl'tr -o Vin irnHartis 0C n nwI~ab~'li
P, 02e Oye lumA i A ES A

Dainty willow goods for dainty par-
l ors. Your inspection will convince :
you of their merit. Ocala Furniture

V r% rme

Tern.. reCa

Company. .
N Mr R. T I;C;'' in'-innati. 0..; .b..
h -. -' v. n-:aI. rf-z-.!en<- in thi.k E
S:'y ,tn,: ;;-, ;r.,,rt # at S,-albreeze. | S
* .a i: L-" 'iry ;.. v. W-.
F-r. SAT.F-A 'i-t ,f ftr,.' AND ABUSE
h .'*-*--- ;;fJ rT'".- *r -,U- at i riee? to ANDABUSE
10 tI. %V. T'ompklns'
-,:,: :-. .. J ', T, ,klns" Those tired eyes of yours
- ;will stand lots of abuse, yet
T'.-r-., v..-:,- : ',-r.v n di-ri'.,)!< Ht the-
,.., ,.. u... i .... ,, .^ seventeen there it a limit to their pa-
-. ______ "titne, and their power.
X c,-n wi:h ,-.y 104 cc-nt pur- You may worry along for
a at thc- forala N-% w C'o.. that
.., ., ,1 "r a ?i,-- ot hafd- quite a while, but there will

S- ., -.f F, r. 1 Ci tv ya come a time when you will
; .^. ;,-: '- e-,,'a H.UE regret your present indiffer-
--- __-- enye.
P.,-, .... ...- 1t" cr"*.-nr work I will give you eye advice
'. x-.- f '" 'q h- I .x~--. -t .. the
-- *.- v.. y .-fir:-;.ur knol- and ease at moderate ooLt.
S.-- ~; --n,'y It M lver & Mae-
i-.: __ F D. D. M. BoEY,
M-. n S P-., k r,i M- Fr-i Optical Parlors UpstairA in
S-'--! M k -.,f rr';n B-.* l n Ohl- F
\x ; -.r-, 7; ,-*--h, (;Gary Building. Ocala, Fla. i

AN' -j.hat--r- f.r cutir? gcs-
Wn- .~ !-ni-- i'- wala from
~- ..u i.,n. We

NeT, L: T, fl 1?!*-I -'A "owv-. hc

Ii -- I ~ Ca"--;n lgate

1, '-t- Pfth watrprica
>.-'n.- of N a,! inoia


The Elks held a regular meeting last
night with a large attendance. Fuor
candidates appeared for initiation and
received a full measure of food for fu-
ture thought One member was voted
In, Mr. P. W. Bourse, of Uneeda Bis-
cuit fame.
The session was an Interesting and
profitable one, and a number of the
faithful out-of-town members were In
Miss Cora Looney gave a chafing
dish party Thursday night complimen-
tary to Misses Lucile Lancaster, of
Ocala, Fla., and Mabel Thomas, of Kel-
lyton. Ala. The beautiful home never
looked brighter or more attractive with
its wealth of cut flowers grouped ar-
tistically about, and the stately palms
and ferns that greeted one in the re-
ception haM together with the brilliant
illumination made a picture that was
indelibly stamped on heart and brain.
As the young people gathered and ex-
changed greetings, some form of
amusement was suggested, so cards
turned orut to be the medium. Therq
were six tables of enthusiastic players.
and for awhile only the subdued hum
of voices could be heard, but finally the
game ended as all games will. and it'
was found that Mr. Montgomery had
made the highest score, and received
a beautiful stein, and Gardner Harness
cat riled off the lone hand, a cut glass
talcum shaker. Music was then fur-
nished by Miss Looney, and then came
the chafing dish supper, which an
epicurean might have envied Those
present at this delightful party were
Misses Lancaster and Thomas, the
honorees. LilIan Morrison, Fannie
Kennedy, Mary Smithers. Bernice Ter-
rell and Cora Looney. and Messrs. T.
M. Stoneroad. Montgomery. Gardner
Harness. Claud Gill Earl Morrion.
Frank Kennedy. Neal Gross, Hall Ho-
man. Will Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. John Prude.
Mrs. Burn.s and Mrs. Lewoney.-Col-

i- r- -rado (Tczasmf Sewmt

THE 31Miss Sarah Whitfield will give les-p
't,%os In voice culture at her home, one
door enst"-f the armory. Fort King
I WE A ,avenue.
SIn a private letter to a friend in this
Ca e a E Lity. Mrs. J. P- Hilburn write, from
Cans a iMpl t at of Trinidkad. that she is" mprWrin<
Caim a Wunl O f and has. already gained 10!
laujni Pft~iffti yf rund.s. She say? that she thinks *be'
Jewehy, Consisting .f"" "'' ''"
t rO y, ONSWIS f 1 wil be entirely cured of lung trouble
,PINS, DIAMO.NDS, in another six months-
RING WATCHES,. Owing to the xrpigndid business the
CHARMS. FOBS. Fair hap done on tl stock redwing
CHAINS. CUT GLASS, .a!e and the good bargains offered.
'-TN-. -t, x %- the management has decided to con-


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styles and prices. We have Sai

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tposes, at any pmie de .
please to show 70. time stu&.


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Mrs. Mesett tis ealartAg a hba-
proving the Pleritda Hoae. ''m
kitchen ts being made two stale It
height and two arg be@d-roo- wwl
be added tIn the second Sear o the
addition. Hot and cold wat batiM
are being put It and otbh lnwpWe-
ments made. Mrs. Meirtt le emdWl-
tins the Florida House berstf ad wnll
have one of the most popular bed
in the city this winter.
AD members of the Vlrt Preby-
terian chuchh of Drals are u aqtd
to attend a meetim of the Nanes-
tton to be held S 8M1Vr. OL M
1t0, 1t 11A L at the i FI.
A. Y. trbuk S. eary.
Mr. J. B. Branch and wife, of UWg-
merfleld. dined at the Mo to-
day. as did Mls Marsho. rf p-a
Mr. M. A. Dudley. who Uty was
with the Teapot Grocery, but for the
Past eight mthe has bem keji*l
books for a tp pntie frm at Begr-
shoe. Perry county, was in tow today.
He has returned to Sei etw.
Foleys Kidney uw, VI e k
case of kidney trouble that ta mt be-
yond medical aid. Sold by a d a.m
Mr. 0. ELB. Tankeraley of Comn.
was in attendance at the seseom of tmhe
ElkW last night.


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Health is
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you will always Ianr good health. What la more to a man
than ,,ood h,.-ait, All the monpy in tiht world can't make
iall.iiis, wor, Iralth i. unknown. BehMd's Smor LU gin gt
C/i T r Rbeumatism. Cuts, Burw, Sprin Neuralg,
LI J K SS. O sorsUR points. C, acted A ta sM, Um
Back and all the 11s that Flesh is Meir to.

One Who Knows.
J. G. Scot', Sa't I.ak'. (Ciy,v T'th. writes: IcanMot
t4., hiihl l'ai- voyur Itallari's Snow Liniment for
th,. r.lii.f of atwt.. tr!.tinatisni, cau-ed by sudden change
and xpo tr.uro th** -wather. I also recomminnd your

S'1".--.- u1 d to. n- t.r ,i.y all pain.
GET THE GENUINE. Three Sinas 2Sc, Uc

Rallard Snow Liniment Co.
500-02 oth Secod Street,


Sold and Recommended by


Bis.t YVaIr.ilound Hotiel at $2 a Day in Florida. Up-to-Date
('lean i and V ll Furnislhed Rooms and Plenty to Eat


HOTEL WINDLE, 15. 17.19 E. Fosyih Stiet-

S\ New and Fkt-C in al

A merican

Plan $2.00 to

$2.50 per day.
European Plan, Rooms, one
person. 75c. per day and
up. Special weekly rates.
Center of City. Near all
Car Line. Open all the
Yeat Rooms with Bath
Extra Charge.

21 r se*b*s.* WILLISTON
A bdr4d sa fifty years ago the -
hrm hend aad haoue servants of (WIlllston Advocate)
gigbd wre cothe- lan leather. A Rev A. M. Dnaiger preached at
#god pa r of leather bre 'tee was saMl Archer last Sunday.
% pass from father to son as an heir- H. G. Nelson made a bubsne-s trip
loee. 'hen a boy went to sChool as to Wal.o lart Monday.
well protected as &a armored cruiser. W.H. Orr, a prominent lumber main
The tof Xontbrook, was here Tuesday.
Ite saft. e of dIsburye il the '45" iMr R. D. Medlin returned Monday
offer some observatklo upon these from Valdosta and other Georgia
articles of coname wear: Ie test of points, where he has been prospecling
a Nood pair was to try if they would oIome timber lands.
stand upright of themaselve when no- A crew of men for the Chicago Por-
body was In them. If they wold do trait Co. have been here for the past
9o they were- god. strong stuf f ad several days.
tkely to last fur many years. My Misses Kate Felding and Miss Zella
at remembered a prentle lad com- Harvey spent Saturday in Gainesvllle.
lag to bb athter. whose te !mother J. Q Peacock of Ralford. spent Sun-
ba"d pI a s. .uhaa i day here with his family.
wreth siset a"va t PLrU. M. Ammoan. of Gainesville. Is
d te*y were the a "va here Inauilllng the plumbing in Dr. J.
of ut" In a ene that i kown Ini M. Willis home.
tht days--that is for the boys to et Dr. J. M. Williq has a 7.000 gallon
he bseees upright and then jump tank erected in his yard. about 40 feet
late them without touching them with high. which will afford ample pressure
the hands. It was probably a pair of to throw water over the top of his
such leather breeches that the Windsor residence. When the job is completed
boy was wearing when George I11. his house, kitchen and bathroom will
be a m,-lel of etnvenienee. being fitted
asked him If be did not know that with all the mdern requirements. The
Sbe ore h was te k kitchen is connected with a range andl
"Yes." said the boy. hot water boiler. which supplies water
*"hen why don't you go on your for the sink and bathroom, also. the
knees, and you might kiss the king'sNlavatory in the doctor's office. The
band." said the king. lawns are prwvidel with pipes suf-
Smaterial fr this job was furnished by
Qemer Namee ihe S. J. Thomas Co.. of Gainesville.
There are some queer nooks and cor- ae recentit ad -e a plumbing
s i the state of Maine and ma Ing hardware buslinewa. This part of
of the titles of the smaller towus and the business is |..oked aftpr by Mr.
localities are worth of special menu- Ammonse. hI,, isl n experienced me-
tion. Near Otitnkeld is Puagleyrille, chance and plumba-r.
while Hog valley is a certain plitur- Miss Allie E'pperson lift Wednesday
eeque retre t located near Raymond. for a weeks' stay in Ocala with the
Dog Corner. Hent- known place in Winthrop. while out ou A. D. Williams. s ll-iting agont for
the Coon road strange things have the 4. A. L. spent Monday night here.
.t .. p .l. s Mr. Frank Colley arrived Tuesday
Pometimme happened. A mile long s front Trrell. being summoned to the
Pin Hole hill, the steepest ever, and bedside of his mother, who is quite
SI*I the way up are little rests "to hang sick.
the plans om," people say. Over Poland When we depend on trains now to
Sway to the hunger inspiring name of make schedule time we are certainly
*eettown. while highly suggestive of depending on an uncertainty. It was
negligee was the old name of Sac- our luck last Saturday to spend six
carappa. One does not have to die to and one-half hours at different sta-
pa though Purgatory, nd some of tions waiting for train--that too. only
the most prominent men in the state turn, via ast ne. The delay at
hvbl...... ...omth.ssnfu r .urnvia o ast Line.Thedelay at
haVe hailed from this slnul region. Archer on account of the lateness of
Neither are the gates of Eden cloed the Seaboard,. caused us to have less
to all mortals., but nowadays one jour- than an hour'.s time to spend in Gain-
seys via an anleut toll bridge that esville. leaving there at 11 a. m. and
leads the traveler straight to this en- getting to High Springs at about 12
chanted land.-IAwiston (Me.) Journal. or soon thereafter, and No. 43. A. C.. L.
was late then. which put u. until af-
S The. 7Pt Amer.9d Ship. ter supper getting home. Those who
According to the best authorities on have loafed around a depot can pic-
curiosItIes of thenay and warfare In ture how we enjoyed the day.
Srlltle of the nv. anr d warfare Roy George nf High Springs spent
general, the firt armored vessel was Sunday here.
launched In the year 1530. It was one News reached here Tuesday morn-
of the leet manned by the Knights of in of the death of Mr. Allen Mayfield,

St. John aad was entirely covered witb
sheets of lead. The accounts of the
times leave us in darkness as to the
thickness of this lead armor, but they
are very positive nl the statement that
they were of sufficient strength to
*successfully resist all the shots of that
day." At the slege of Gibraltar in 1782
the French and Spaniards used war
rebels which were armored with
"Ught Iron boom proofing over their
decks ando the water's euge." The
very first practical use of wrought iron
plates as a defense for the sides of
vessels was by the French in the Crl-
mean war In 1853.
A tale of horror was told by marks
of human blood In the home of J. W.
WJIllamn. a well known merchant of
Bac. Ky. He writes: "Twenty years
ago, I had severe hemorrhages of the
lungs, and was near death when I be-
gan taking Dr. King's New Discovery.
It completely cured me, and I have re-
malned well ever since." It cures
Hemorrhages, Chronic Coughs. Set-
tled Colds and Bronchitis. and Is th-
only known cure for Weak Launs. Ev-
ery bottle guaranteed by Tydings &
Co.. druggists. SOc. and $1; trial bot-
tle free.

The LouItville & Nashville Railroad
will sell rouno trip rates from Jack-
sonville to points shown on dates in-
dicated. Proportionately low rates
from other points.
$3.40, Hot Sprmngs Ark, and return.
Tickets on sale dally. Final return
limit 90 days from date of sale.
FuNl Information, schedules, time ta-
bles, etc.. will be furnished promptly
on application. G. E. HERRING.
Fla. Pass Agt, L. & N. R. R.
II1 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville, FIa.

Was a man of nerve, but sickness left
its mark and he became aged before
his time. Sickne-s is often caused by
a torpid liver. Herbine will regulate
your liver and give you health. Mrs.
Carrie Austin. Hollon. Kansas, writes:
"I consider Herbine the best medic ine
I ever heard of. I am never without
it." Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug-

ThC Food That DoCs Good

The Ood Urw Oil Bmultoa "Par Exrcew o" for

Cmemomptslo and all Pulmonay Dilm. All
Orungita. two sise 6ad SL
o all sendion same an4 eddme to
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who va~e dik

4 Should tabs
Haggarcrs Specific
she oUd eliblecume foe Cowlipii.In.
d~e~om NaousDrbsl'ayKidq and
B~~tTroeb6 and a&Hkmduodd iuew.
Theysewer fail to buU dup &the h aWt a
mseat& for P&% s, Ir e olr Sup.
Nv s"&=t osl 6mad i sd
omacdmoa wvkhet6atblets. Send for
Leek of peoundmaLDm *smll am
'~5& Wcpebo.r dey bea~
or am .. AgC.o

PhanfIfr ar S tO

It is now generally conceded by peo- 400 different records
pie w ho know that the "El Tropico, from. A. E. Burnet
Havana Smoker." made in our own Ilusive agent for Oc
home town. is the best smoker ever
put on the market.
Whether cigars are made in Tampa.,
Key West. or any other place, makes! An ml nl
no difference; it is the quality of their Vlim
tobacco that makes a good smoke. and I*
not the name of the town on the box S I
that constitutes a good cigar. N.tice. oi-le
he "'green band" and take no su's>ti- wol s
tute. or one that is offered yo'i just n Tieyears ,.Was
as god,." as there are none. "j yewasge wasm a
Our "Milo Deyo" nickel cigar (red Today is the I
band> and "'srand Ryval" ten and fit- o**i_ *
teen cent gkods 'blue ban.lia rneei no HI

cB.,smvhs, Fh'da. .further Innroduetir h.- rgbe
Bus f.,4fr11 Pe;xt an~d Steam Ships51and gpr-moureed "the best" for the
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In stock to select
t. the jeweler. ex-

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In this article the author, whose e or
reasons we are not at liberty to diah e, rd1.,
once the mask which she in cwiA
",Bachelor Maids," is oenstouied totu t*thei

Though no longer young, she frav'nkly usbiue, h
for the companionship of a husband aad the c
children. The circumstances which have k pt-t,-
her the happiness which these blsi bn Ag
stated with the same directness which character
the whole article. It is the life-story a *Msu
woman, a drama of real life in which the las1iat is
a tragedy.

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$1.00 A Yea



a highly respected citizen of Fleming-
ton. after a short illness. Mr. May-
fleJd was about 50 years of age and
leaves a host of friends and relative
to mourn his death.
There is a great deal of sickness
here now. Among those on the sick
list are Mrs. Colley. Mrs. Hicks and
little Aille Hewter. all of whom at this
writing are considered dangerously
ill. However, we hope that a change
for the better will come and they may
recover. Little Ethel Herring Is much
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding, ulcerated and
Itching piles. It absorbs the tumors,
allays the Itching at once, acts as a
poultice. gives immediate relief. Dr.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre-
pared for piles and itching of the pri-
vate parts. Every box Is guaranteed.
Sold by Tydings & Co. By mail "
cents and $1. Williams Manufactur-
ing Company, proprietors,. Cleveland,
Arrival and Departure of Trais Iat
Day Trains
Northbound... ... .......12:67 p. m.
Southbound... ... ........ 2:20 Ip m.
Night Trains
Northbound...... ..... .. 2:10 a. m.
Southbound........ ... .... 2: a. a
Atlantic Coast Line Railway

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IN mw..~

110NNC TOM&-

Over its own rails to Sfavanah. Cbrt.aM -

and Wasablogtor thele via PeirsspWan~

via eeamya iLoUs A1m
-)ixie Flyer Rause aNdAtisM&a ~A

Ivia1 1H avema at ",Oem. anmsbp Obo
Yordkpiagd ~e via Nwa m
EAST. Yrk.was~t..a" Bemmw% .viaftNo
VIA ?3&NHIP erchants and Miners Treap"rsI .-
'more amd Pbjledelphhis

K" Wedt via PoIfrnulw a ammeaw UbMAI
a"d Havama 1p~
Rmout of the celebrated tram New Y.,k a" PISUde
s"d West ladisa Lindled, CUMOV "d Fbrbft INN" MO

lFor Infermistleu Asto rate% Ndwb "le,go.ettc..*BeOKia* d
or clommumficete with
j. w. Cm. 'I1mw. Pas& A~ut, .0 ikmpV'
Tanage, Le
T. C -Whit#~. Gee.Pam. Agent, W. J c lCsg. puW Ywn eii
Wilngtin.N. C.

Florida East Coast
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$12.30 Augusta, Ga. Rate of one fare M -
plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Oct. -
27th. 28th and 29th. Final limit Nov. *a -
$19.30 Nashville, Tenn. Rate of one -ORp- 9 iB LV................J-aimeav ... ...........
fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale S inm* ............ esfaW ................. .
Nov. 10th and llth. Final limit, No- M71p 1 u01M ... .
vember 18th. pm itNaz ......................... ...
$12.70 Columbia, S. C. Rate of one fare 83 12 at Ar t................ .. Palet........ .....
plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Nov. 7 t UM LI14.................... ...l ..................a' |
4th and 5th. Final limit, good to 92*1m ............A................*** i Il ............. ....
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have Columbia midnight of Nov. 9. i L--- .- .......... --.- -
$3.30 Jacksonville, Fla. Rate one fare 4s 12 ................. .. ...........
S 12.............................
vemnber 6, 7, and 9. Final limit. is 2 1 .......... ......P e P so"............. j
SNo v. 11. Im M eD 'Ar......_......:..... my:-: ...2 -'
i Gainesvill Fla. On account of state i loam f4pe Ara.... .. Le6i....-.-.-. .. a
reunion of Confederat* Veterans. tl 4 11m "I......... ( 3l i
Rate of one cent per mile plus 25 ...............
cents. Ticket, on sale Nov. 12 and 1 N ip -. ... T-"- i....q RO : ..- /
13th. Final limit, Nov. 14th. 11_pm 3 Mpm Ar....... -. ...
i1 m e nArf................. asses .. ..
For any information call on ticket S Pm It Mem Lv .................Ma. "d...........' MU' l
agent or J. G. Kirkland. D. P. A. Tam- 1U lj, a- Lv.................. eiMate............ rf '
pa. Fla. 23.................................. i B
104a 4 m. ... .............. auiU ............ .. -
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A severe cold that may develop into S Mae 6 -. ................ ..elmmj........:
pneumonia over night, can be cured 2 sm I* 1 m ................... L4. le e.......... .... Wg m"o
iukkly by taking Foley's Honey and M **** ****.............* wt .........
Tar. It will cure the most obstltAte 3 Ian p ..... ....... ...'.-m.... .......
ra,-king c',ugh and strengthen your 3 am 41v .- .................. J- ns...................- W IS
iung. The genuine is in a yelow 4. mab p ....u........... .- mL ........... : 4.
package. For sale by all dealer. a| 7. e ep ....'...... ... ..." at l|S >
1 ,am 1pm. ............ e Paea-s ........... -
MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS Itam l *6 "0....-........N S ...........--. .
At 6 ta, p .. .............. wtlow etSA..........7. M' "
S ao B C--- 9 1...........
| EXTREMELY LOW RATES 7-( 111 -&Se ..... ..........L .. E ... i
1 Via a kein 3,M A r .L'M........... ........... .... i

$44.70 Son Frane* co. and Les Antele. J ls .S-
Cal. '-'unw- *any w3"cond clasio. on sale 5. tw aSn ..
daily tiil Oct. 31st. a e 'U
j$38.40 Hot Springs. Ark, on sale ally; t. i0ea \ipm- ---a w .o wlek ..- Al,
limit ninety days. ; 2 f t '1 r. p 0s, B .... a jT ..
$61.65 City of Mexico and return; tielk-* :&". ,4 ., I.a a ..'...*
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"' reach the diseased portion of the err. .Wits. Ellen Conway, of spring Park. MONEY

Guaranteed Silks lla<<- bees meet tonigbt.Swts There is only ODe way to core deafness aged 2C years died at her home at TO LOAN
I I and that is by constitutional that place yesterday afternoon of malarial -

I meet tomorrow night.I :. remedies. Jeafness" caused by an polaoft. Miss Conway was a ". '
- I r..c-bekahj Inflamed condition ff:live mucous lint member of the Ocala Rebefcahs and fiery Merchant, Farmer :and Tradesman is Invited .

cheese- at the O. J(. Grocery.J Jt t i tag. of the TanrtafMan' Tube When of .:h* Ocala Baptist c&ureh. The r ,
In Maxine andIVlono < I this tub is inflamed you have a rambling funeral services took place from VIclT to see US when Wanting Loans Seeded to Posh

Band meets far rehearsal tonight: I I sound or Imperfect hearing and r & MaeKay' chapel at II o'rtock .:
t }hen It is entirely ,closed; Deafness this morning under the auspices of his Business.
WAXTED in and wales the Inflammation the Rebefcah and conducted by Rev < ;;
-Young lady to aseUt is the result a '
Ocala cafe be takes C. C. CarroO. The remains were -. .
store. Music COL -ee and this tube
I shipped te Starke for boriaUiUsm Conway MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
resored to it* normal Condition, bearIng ,
In Ail!! the Leading Shades. The telephone-dlmtrn7:wU1 be out win be destroyed: forever. Nine has four brothers and two sisters *-
,.,. at Spring Park. She was a most estimable BANKERS
fa a few days ._ eases out of ten are caused by Catarrh ,
-..;,.' lady and a much loved member -
which is but flamed
nothing an condition -
G of her church home and lodge. Ocala FTorf&u -
'--. the best cheap smoke try Xfc- of the emcees surfaces.We ':
ket-a-foot. win give one Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by BIRTHDAY PARTYlittle

Xcntcmcri Kid .Gloves ],fro Sam T Dell of GaiaesrtHe wasa Catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Mary Edna Carroll gave a
guest of the Montezuma yesterday. HalTs Catarrh Curej Send for circulars -
party yesterday afternoon at the borne
L J free.F.J. Cheney A Co.
.' of her Rev and Mrs, C. C.
The best smoke for the In ,* :*" -
money : Toledo. Ohio. THE CENTRAL NATIONAL
Carroll on Fort King in honor BANK
value the land*I*. ""k *l-a- t. Bold by druggists, T5c- Take HalTs avenue
Extraordinary at $ Family pills for constipation. of her fifth birthday. Twenty-eeren
I' little children to EdJLa'e:
came :Mary
Work Is progressing nicely on the
--o party and they an bad a royal good
Raymond B. Bullock residence Mr. C. C. Carroll In writing to his
time. For some of the little on** It
p R. Carroll of this city as to

1 6 Button length Mousq&eta>cre 1 I Vest and coat pocket!electric Cline lights; the son.effects of the storm' in and around was time their of their first lives party.." and they bad the Is modest but progressive, and
bottom Dt'IeaYoung"
i I c that city says that It did a great deal
The little hostess was assisted In -
of to the shade and fruit trees.
Gloves at $2.75 and $3.50 I Allen Bridges has just received a The damage storm probably did more damage receiving and entertaining; her guests offers every legitimate iad *ce-
shipment of apples and by her father and mother and Mrs.
grapes. to this than to any other industry.
C. V. Miller and Miss Boise Miner.
r The wind mills and tanks for trill meat to customers. Correspoa- -
Game were played on the lawn until
\ FOR SALE CHEAP-One square pi-
atRHEINAUER'S 'I gating purpose, of which there are
ano. Apply to Ed HelyeostDa.I the shower ran the little folks in doors
hundreds in that section suffered
I heavily Mr. Carroll says that.his very was and on the veranda but if the grass dence or a visit invited ?
!I T J TCoyle: of esbnrg was at theIllontezutna was dampened their spirits were not,
j at dinner today. neighborhood.Tulala the only one. left unharmed In his and they bad Just as good a time.When J. B. BROOKS Cashier.

time for refreshments arrived : _
f I r Pound, raisin and citron cake, at the the little throng was marched into the .: ;
lodge at its meeting last
{i O. K. Grocery. thing where the candles placed about '
night appropriated $10 from the lodge -
the room In groopa of five, were lighted -'
funds to help the ,Odd Fellows -
I Mra. J IL Shaw of I Iah4 Grove as among while the guests counted them. .
the storm sufferers at Warrin ton.
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a guest of Mr. and Mr*. W. DCam.. When all were lighted. the room was
Fla. The secretary was instructed to TRUNKS
t seen to be very prettily decorated for
write a letter of sympathy to go with
E. Kodak thins. %\"'e.aye everything! In the little party. There were @'e big t
C. SMITH C. Y. ROBERTS the check.
the line. The Postofflce Drugstore white roses In the center t/t the table.

FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND LICENSED EMBALMERS Wm. KnobVock: the veteran of Sparr. The Rebekahs will celebrate the anniversary I decorations which was and festooned dolls. Ice with cream Japanese cake I Fo :lthe Next Thirty pays We Win :

I was a guest of the Montezuma today. of their order by a social atYonKe. and chocolate fudge were served and '
i i0 '. Hall on the last meeting night I Japanese umbrella, little flags and Give SPECIAL BARGAINS to

\\' are Equipped to do the Very Best Work and we., Only! some rare arralns in Havfland In next month.: A committee has been I dolls were given, as souvenirs. i I

rbina at the>P-.*tofnce Drugstore.The appointed to make suitable Mary Edna received a great many* Trunks Valises SuitCases .- ;
the Latent and Best Methods. ;
:; i tions pnpara-I presents from her little friends. The i ,
Star regrets to hear that R. ElYenjre children win not soon forget the party
TELEGRAPH OBDERS RECEIVE IMMEDIATE: ATTESTIOXChnpel i : Is ciek. In a titer to Col. Shipman I and what a fine time they bad. and SatchelsSo
I who is Massachusetts, says she Is able I
1 and Undertaking Parlors Corner 3Iain Street and I Palmer's LotlAn Soap for eruptions to fit up In bed for the first time MAGNETIC MASSAGE
'and ,fkin diseases at the PostofficeDrugstore. 1 in ever six weeks and if she gets no I' if you, are going to travel see Hr
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Oklawaha Avenue. worse she and her daughter Mrs. i
Health is conceded to be the most '

OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY. 1!. B. Roberts of Knoxville.: Ttnn .f I this Fuller city.will They leave will in probably a short time come for by precious Jewel In the crown of life and immense line before, buying. We kave .';,
I within the secrecy of your own home
s Is a guest of the Ocala House.FJegant
t ran in order to make the trip shorter.
Phone No, 10 Phone. No. I you can secure perfect health. No over a car load of Trunks in all siftS
Day : Night 197. new rhlnaclosets.,and buffets A young man with experi.oceaut.. I matter what the ills paralysis rheumatism ,

and china cuts combined. Call neuralgia nervousness and
''a position as bookkeeper. Best of
I and see them at Mrfver & MacKays.J female disabilities, they can be relieved styles and prices. We have Suit Cases
I references. Address, Box 132, Webster by stimulating the circulation and ,

J. Connell of Dunnellon was at Florida. relaxing muscular and nervous tension Satchels and Telescopes for and ali
FUR1TITUREIt's the Ocala House last night No drug or: any thing of the every

t I WAN'TFD--Young' man or;lay to as CASTOR IAi system need to be normal used.,condition.Simply restore If carefully the-II IIIdnd purposes,' at any price desired. It is a

flat In store and learn thebusiness.i followed and applied "Magnetic

a little early, but our fall stock is Ocala, Music Co_ Jewelers. i i For Infant and Children. I If and Massage the nervousforces equalizes_ the, thus circulation enabling pleasure to show you the stock.

I Mr Arthur Hardaker of Martel wasa f The Kind You Hate Always Bwgfet t them to throw off disease. Each
and in to |
arriving daily we are a position guest of the Ocala House yesterday i I plication makes the person a AP-t'

Bears tee and stronger man or woman.I McMR & MacKAY
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save you money. All we ask is a few I I W* find are school headquarters supplies of for all schoolbooks kinds. Signature of .. I have parlors opened at No a "Magnetic 54. Fort ]King..laasage" ; ;. ,

i Ocala News C.,. I avenue. Ocala Fla. where I will apply -I'
minutes of your valuable time to show) or instruct In the art of "Magneticfassage. Furniture Dealers ,and House Fuiatsbers.i .
Mr T Bridges has returned from At the band rehearsal tonight the t ], ." or I will call at private '
stock.A I members Trill decide1<< whether they will houses and give such Instruction
through our Miami, where be went for prisoners. i-
you give their next concert on Friday apply such massage and explain the KNIGHT Sc LANG
evening or Sunday afternoon.
Office supplies of all kinds and benefits thereof. Of4eeand consultation ,

blanks a specialty, at the Ocala News rooms at above adrfrexs. Consultation
FEW LEADERS Company. L Mrs. Dr. Dell of Gainesville formerly free. Office hours 11 a. m. top .... Successors to S. A STANDLEY i CO.
Miss Johnnie LJddonj U visiting her S m. Call or write. Mrs. Jennie
-: f parents In this city. : Whitfield. No. 54. Fort King -
Avenue -
Iron Beds
$2.50 Mr K M. Harp of CHra was in the

,.. up. city last night and todayRat j I Mr Malarer, of the Guarantee ClothIng Ocala. Fla. A Full Stock of Wagons, Carriages, Buggies, Harness,. / :_

I and Shoe Cx expected home INITIATE MEM'BERSTb' and all the "
Saddlery Accompanying Lanes
Sideboards $ f f.50 wheat .cents. will rarely kill ..
u. .
mice'and h6t- UJ other klnept rom'lexanuah %Obi5i; "' "
in stock also. Tydings & Co phone I ;Elks held a regular meeting last HEAVY 'FARM AND TURPENTINE OON5.
Xo. 39.There. I Solid quartered oak three piece suits night with a large attendance Fuor W
China Closets $15 and and individual chairs in the newest candidates appeared for initiation and

up. I were nineteen arrivals at the !' designs can be found at the best furniture received a full measure of food for future Exclusive Agents for the Famous White Hickory Turpen ,
store in town. That's the Ocala thought One member was votedn
: Montezuma yesterday and twenty the II
I day before. 'I Furniture Company.R. Mr. P. W. Bourse of Uneeda Bls- tine Wagon. Prompt Attention to out of Town Orders.

cult: fame.
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OCAlA FURNITURE CO. I" If you contemplate a trip via the A. I The session was -an interesting and KNIGHT '& LANG ,

C*. I*. or wis ha. mileage book consult! D. FULLER. L F. B LA LOCK. profitable one, and a number of the
R. T. Adams the city ticket agent. In faithful out-of-town members were in OCALA .!" -:. -, rLORiOA

E. c. SMITH: C. V. ROBERTS.Don't I the Ocala House. I FULLER & BLALOCK attendance.ELKS..

"" Office Oier Monroe & Cbambliss' But
I.Powers. Miss Cora Looney gave a chafing
I FLA. dish party Thursday night complimentary Mr, Meesett Is enlargingand improving J. H. Hershman of this city, wd

Dainty willow goods for ,dainty par 1 OCALA. to Misses Lucile Lancaster of the Florida House. The lease tomorrow for Ocala to consummate -

lors. Your inspection will convinceyou Ocala. Fla, and Mabel Thomas, of Kel- kitchen 1. 'being made two stories In a deal whereby hem dispose of
t of their merit Ocala Furniture yton. Ala. The beautiful home never height and two large bed-rooms will some Tamable phosphate land In that
Company. :: looked brighter or more attractive with be added. In the: second floor of the trinity. White in.t>cala Mr Hershmaa

Its wealth of cut flowers grouped artistically addition. Hot and cold water baths will arrange for tbe Cling of m. lease

Mr It. T Butler of Cincinnati. O-. i. E about. and the stately palms are being put to and other Improvements I upon five city lots la poxsoelloa, whichare _
Neglect Yourself. who owns valuable residence In this and ferns that greeted one In the reception made. Mrs. ICessett is eondoc- to be nttUxed by A. H. Rawttags.

s city and also property at Seabreeze, ball together with the brilliant tiny: the Florida House herself and will I A large wholesale liquor bowie is to be
was In the city today. USEAND llumlnatlon made a picture that was have'one of the most popular hotelsin erected upon the property. White the -

L. 14a Seowd street Indelibly stamped on heart and brain. the city this, winter.PRESBYTERIAN I sale of phosphate lands at present

3 LOCOTILU. Kr...April I*. IM. + FOR SALE-A lot of fine Kentucky ABUSE As the young people gathered and ex- seems a willful waste of subsequent '

I has beer weak sod nckly lor tW yet tour>tan. t horses and mutes for sale at prices to changed greetings some form* of .CHURCH NOTICE profits Mr. Henbmaa baa other properties -
a..a.d by irft.. -.ty aad t:.rtIes..e. rtskrdiac! U. suit purchasers at D. W. Tompktns amusement was suggested, so cards All members of the First Presbyterian and win use the capital derived.
tan a.eca'U7 of hc lih..erk bat u..about 1 had cave errre no the bacLac 4U ..y sod co0aiU caCCTcas I Livery. Ocala. J'1a.I Those tired eyes of yours turned out to be the medium. There church- ( Ocala are- requestedto from the sale of his holding In thai

couctABt doll pan in my best tel.rot wccry.pwinfnl will stand lots of abuse, yet were six tables of enthusiastic players. Attend a meeting of the congregation locality in improving low- TampnaJ
days, ksd m.tenUf.rctlca.. 1be doctor told Be I There were sixteen arrivals at the and for awhile only the subdued bum to be held on Sunday Oct nth; estate. -Tampa Herald.
tk&t t Biast BeilKXB bar*oi t relief and as Iliad bees told:: cf tEe cor&tire qma1tot day before. game ended as all games will, and It A- T. Strunk. Secretary. Miss. HalL MUe Nellie Steven able
L.M. T.0"!.. W IM of Caxdai decided to try it. f and their power. was found that Mr Montgomery had il assistant In the primary departmentof

Director.ECTHOTEf. 1 hued improrcd tkkt it my relieved ocher 'aw troubles cf pals were Ai grM3Mly Btf g nplsea.Ui di7f A coupon with every 19 cent pur- You along for made the highest score and received Mr J. B. Branch and wife of Sum- our' public school Is. we regret to
mtauhed aad utter 6v. / chase at the Ocala Xws cO.>. that may. worry a beautiful stein, and Gardner Harness merfield. dined at the Montezuma today say oa the sick list and was compelled .

CklOL OC1CTT. :rCatd.inee ettbau R ono 18e A.7r......, t h.A .fAieKM. puts you china.A. In line. for a piece of band-: I quite a while but there will carried off the lone band a cut glass as did Miss, )Marsh of -Pana- I to remain at borne yesterday.Mr. .
-I- painted talcum shaker. Music was then furnished soffkee..
gas a .u..a kam Iwom.aa.
come a time when will by Miss Loooey. and then came .
3WINECi you Chax. Thomas. of Pine, returned,
R. Morgan of Floral City was
the chafing dish which an f .
amc.ncthe arrivals at the Ocala House indifference sapper Mr. ],(. A.. Dudley, who formerly was today from Arcadia, where be resided, '
regret your epicurean might have envied Those '
dart nightEambno I with the Teapot Grocery, but for the several years ago and was In tbe mer- .. -
: this were
present at delightful party
.. pact eight months has been keeping cbandisingbosines* at that point He
Misses Lancaster and Thomas the
books for a turpentine firm at Horse was greatly pleased with his tripled ..
and work
grass screens I will advice i bonorees. Lillian Morrison. Fannie '
boxes bat and skirt boxes, etc. the give you eye Smitbers, Bernice Ter- shoo Perry county was in town today. said that Arcadia: was coming right ,
1 Kennedy Mary
of the furniture novel- He has returned to BelleTiew.Foley's along. i
Wine of Cardo regulates the merstrual flow, banishes badcbs, I i t.-piettiest to be had only new at Melver k Mac- and ease at moderate oo'! t. I rell and Cora Looney, and Messrs. T.

ftckaches and beaxing'-down pains. Severe headaches bearing-down : IKays.I DR. D. M. BojrET, M.Harness.Stoneraad.Claud Montgomery.Gill. '''Earl Morrison.Gardner KldneTure will core .any We want 'your prescription tends

gains indigestion loss of appetite and nerroaane are symptoms of I I ease of kidney trouble that Is not beyond We give,the best service po ible.. Par .
I Mr*. John S. Pedrick and )fl'. Fred Parlors Frank Kennedy. Neal Gross Hall Ho- drugs
Optical Upstairs competent prescrtpUoaists fair .
medical aid. Sold
I by all dealers.
female weaknesi and should be given attention. U are
prompt you man. Will Hubbard ],[1'. and Mrs. Max
t i| S. Pedrirk of Martin were at tbe prices and prompt delivery. Pleas _". ,
troubled with menstrual irregalaritics do not let them ran on. Ttey i !i Montezuma last night. Gary Building Ocala Fla. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. John Prude Mr. G. Tankersley of Coleman. send or bring your: trade to Tydlag r..-;- "

will certainly grow into dangerous and chronic troubles. Get a botl: i! I Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Looney-Colorado was la attendance at the session of the Co, phone M. ,'.
WANTED-Purchasers for cut glass. (Texas) News. ., "
and j
of WiDe of Cardni begin treatment at once. ESks last night
1 I We bate the largest line,in Ocala from | ylEIHSx Deputy Hatoa returned from Dua- _
All sell f 1 00 bottles of TVlae of Cards t I VOICE CULTURE tbb
droggiati j which to make your selections We THE onion noon He brought cp the
I i :are just opening a new tat Ocala YIP Sarah WhitncU will give lee- J. CHACE two boys ee1oHd. who were caagfatsteattas
1 MUSH, roo. Jewelers. sons In voice culture- her home. one ; shoes from a railroad camp.
door east of the armory Fort King

I I Mr E. Haggard- of Anthony who :I.JE: EflI avenue. DENTAL SURGEON J. B. Wilcox prominent turpentine

1, has been spending the past" six months i operator of GalnerrtHe, was la
la a private letter to a friend In this
Office *
"In Atlanta win shortly return to this Upstairs Coan&erciilBaikBId'lOCALA. the city today
Mrs. from _
city. J. P; Hilburn writes

Jacksonville CarnivalNOVEMBER state he wfltspend but has the not winter yet decided His daugh-where I Carries a Complete Stock of Trinidad.rapidly and Col,has that already she is gained ImprsMng 1.pounds FLA. this See Anderson Leas returned

(Itft'. Miss ILatti will remain In Atlanta from an extended visit to friends at=;
She that she thinks she
to attend school. Jewelry Consisting of says Terms, Cash.VVOOD. WdmagtAo, "X C. She was aceompaiued -
i win be entirely eared of long troublein
t home'by! a friend who wO ee-,
5TH TO IOTH 1906. I ltudlJlRI. Rogers. Ga ets. Colgate PCX'S. DIAMOXDS another six months.Owing main In Ocala a* Miss Aaderscmfs" -
and many other be toilet waters RINGS. 'WATCHES. guest for the winter.
to the splendid business the
j perfumes and soaps. Bath waters a
specialty A foil fine of Nadlnola CHARMS. FOBS. Fair has done on its stock. redwing
Miss Evelyn Feint baa gene to tbe
goods. Tydings & Co. phone Yes tO.WAs CHAIN'S CCT GLASS. sale and the good bargains offered Manatee section to visit Her father

SEABOARD AIR-LINE RY FINE CHINA.LADIES' the management has decided to continue A Big Load for S* who Is engaged tm tile orange shipping
rr9-t rooms by gentlemanwith the sale for ten days longer business. _
children, furnished or unfur UMBRELLAS.GUARANTEED Those who have not visited this store

nished. W1B engage to take meals If CLOCKS during this great bargain event can 0 A. SHB.
Announce a Kate of agreeable Apply at the Star office. -.ADd- save money by calling ow. Mr. H Lv HODCB of Dt nneiio i. a
popular sod soecessfnl naval store

FARE Proof: McKinney of Candler came up SOUVENIR CAKJ3S. CoL R. F Rogers and son, Capt.John operator was IB the city today.

ONE today and brought IS boxes of fine ALL KINDS OFREPAIRING. Rogers of Lynne were in the H. SEYMOURPhone >>
-angoo. for which be frond a ready city today. r. Tremer f BeBevlew came .plast

-- Phi. 23 cents to Jacksonville and return for the Public andone 1 I ale. He" sail the fruit was ripening (85 : night attend the meeting of theE1k.L

slowly aDd n..t fit to ship yet Why Rev. Hermon A. Gaff president of ,
cent per mile for Militarj Companies and Bras people insist to forwarding' green fruitto ? OCALA, FLA the Presbyterian College at Eostla,was

Hand. Patti apply to all Agency Stations saarket when It is trot wanted is a visitor In town today talking of' the For backache and rnemaaJIam use i
something that be can't understand.Prof good points of UK college.If DeWitf KIdaejr and BUdder Fills.
on the Seaboard in Florida. McKinaoy refuses to color any C. J. PHILLIPS Clean**and purify the blood week's ;

ofMs fruit and said that he would let an article is Imitated, the original treatment for 25e Sold by the AntiMonopoly -

Dates of Sale NOVEMBER 5th 6th, 7th 8th and 9th. it remain on the trees until perfectly THE HERMITAGE Is always best Think it over, and Contractor and BoiHer. Drugstore. ...
ripe before gathering. when yea go to kr that box of salveto i

Final limit. All Tickets, November % Jtb, J906. keep arovnd the house get DeWltf True and tried friends of the tamr:; =
FMeys Hvsey aoi Tar cures the DAIRY Witch Hazel Salve It" the original Plans and. Specifications Furnish** Oy-DeWltT* Uttl Early Risers 'z

AGENT. most obstinate coughs and expels the and the name Is stamped! on every Upon Request Best for results and best to take. Rosy. -
CALL ON Frh and Pun Milk and Cream O.
I aged from, the system as it is mildly box. Good for eczema, tetter boils cheeks and sparkling,eye atkm tit* f a ,,8

B. G. P. A.. S. C- 1 cjlston. Ass't. G. P. A., laxative It is guaranteed Do not turN Every Morning Ywr cuts and bruises and especially recommended J29 Sooth Thin Sleet,' use of these dependable Bttteu pffis. ,,, ;> 'il
Chas. Ryan, risk taking any but the genuine in the Doori'HOHE for piles. Sold by the An f They do- not grips or afefcea. geld by' _-_' -if

Portsmouth Va. __ Jackson*flic Fla.. yeH w package, Sold by an dealers. ISO U-Monopoly Drugstore. -OcaIaF the Anti-Monopoly Dniester. ,"'-:





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.r No List Made of the Articles Under SAFE -; RUG

the -Corner Stone*ef the Nw That the+;ota-of many.irati, --|* its,-. I> r Thoraron. the Sir Isaac Walton -
C. BITTINGEH & CO. Crowing wild in oar .1.1:11 .r:1n tin_is. of tbeCnaasahotrttzka river and
Court House. remarkable 'ort. '*C:'.."tin! -
possess krofr
the mighty bunter of that princely: -
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Editor Star-Tours of the nth requesting of the human untutored maladies Indian 15 1U Lad ptOTf teamed> i. tvo tb!, main, with his father and Fred dO-l

Proprietors and Fubllshera... a list of the article placedIn curative value of some! of tlnsa} and went fishing last Friday and

the corner stone' of the courthouse. taught the early settler tbeir U-e*. The o'clock were returning borne with MONDAY OCTOBER: 29th.:

**. f received and am very sorry to say Indian never liked wor""''iO be vanfd. Uiaccna to tr). As the boat proceeded _np the _
C. L. BITTINCER unable to furnish it. The articles well as po&ills that '
that I am w to get as soon rivtr. Mr. Lee Thompson saw a dark

Editor and General. ,Manager should have been gathered together Therefore; da the work and &t him! fccnt. object In the rirw. He felt certain n*
-.. beforehand and a he U eg"pa pt* root*fur her. This will be Sale this tleefee
by someone LastRug
for that was their great ivroedy t.... female knew what it was but waited 'until positively our year, :
list made out and read at the time of .
another similar object dropped in and Dr. Pierm-iur* the '
R. R. CARROLL. deposit, but it seems that no one had same .roots-called Bice Cul;* then another and another. He then it's only opportunity to buy Rugs at ,less tfaaa :
City j Editor and Bu. ra Manager. that part of the work In charge.I ""'&Vonl8 Prescription:* iLUItully =cotaMned was certain that they were bears, but your t\"

.- called for a list but no one seemed with other ag*>u:a that male.U was afraid to anything lest the "
may We have few of tile
regular 'f
effective than other ."iiieinr i ia our prices. a
THINK OF to know anything about it. The articles more any i. .. crew in the boat might get excited and .
curing all the varies w and '.
were passed up for deposit and Tighten the bears He then told -
THE COURTHOUSE EDITION painful derangements peculiar tn v.iiui n. away. :latest and prices ;
there was of course no makea Many Wicu-d women hate l--ii A av tl bin father that he raw four bears very designs our

list during the ceremonies. from the operating lathe and. tine surp : Kwlmming- across the river and to row "
Congratulations. Brother Bllttngerioo ; It Is possible that lion. IL W. tAng >>on*. knife by tim timely use of Ikx'totPicrce's as juickly a* possible up the stream. for this sale will be j -"'- '
the. fine appearance,of the :New may have a.- list W. P. Webster. Favorite 1'rewriptl.m. Tenderness Fortunately. Mr 'T. had picked up a -:

Courthouse/ Number"' of the Ocala Jacksonville. Oct %rd. IDftC._ over the IOWf'rJKJ"ie region wit* big etake as the boat left the shore, as follows: > -7 i"-
4KvenIng Star. The Tribune tip Ita Doper backache !{ Junuxx ;
and it wa the only the party
to sir. It U cheering to bearing down pains or ut>trr <(should rut weapon .. ". :
cap you. C. C. ATKINSONMr.
nuUreded. A of-'a\"orltl'IJTccrlption" bad. When the boat was within SO '
see this result of enterprise and care- go will work course n n.l ful study and to feel the assurance S. T. Sistrunk received a telegram ail such cases, and f'eoerally effect a I the oars. turned and raised out of the ---

that It is but another proof and a this morning stating that Mr. permanent cure If prri-i'ted i in fur a r"-asonable water. to>k a good look at the boat 30 inches by 60 inches Smyrna Rugs ----98c

strong one at that, of the growth of C. C. Atkinson, of TbomasvIIle Ga.. length of time. The "favorite and made straight for It as If to' attack. _---.---?__
the peninsular commonwealth whose died at five o'clock last night 1.1' lmnU a harmless agr.u Lv-;isg Then If was that Mr. T. said rush the

welfare lie so close to the hearts edited of, Atkinson was an uncle of Mrs. root wholly, without prepared a from drop of IJiU alcohol\t' nutik-iudi ii iismake I boat and the old bear seeing that the 30 inches by 60 inches V eIvetnu __... :__---______$1.19

,both, of us. The number Js trunk and was quite well Known Sls-1 op. whereas al! ether medicines.put boat was In no way Intimidated turned -
throughout with care. The well printed tt.atISboW this city.. lie was over sixty ) up for sale! through druggists for tail and made for the opposite 27 inches by 60 inches' Smith's, Monquette Rugs ,$ J.9 8
cuts that embellish Its pages,and woman's aliments contain large
of peculiar:
age. shore
Wr. T. then got !in bit seamanship -
upao splendidly on the -hlgb Quantities of rplrituom liquors, wh chare and shifted the boat between the 36 inches by 72 iilches" $2.98

used, show the faces of men fa- The Ocala reading club has resumed very harmCulf ecpfelallr ta delicate" fleeing bears baring two on each side .

to Floridians who are prom* active _"-.nd held their first women.tains neither Favorite alcohol Prescription nor harmful kabiV-con of the boat. As one of the cubs raised 7 1-2 feet 9 feet Art $2.48
by Squares
r factors In the prosperous devel- meeting with Miss Minnie Gamsby forming drugs. AU its iiigrrtUents aro his head he made a strike with his ; ...:.;_____________..

opment of the state. yesterday afternoon. They will take printed on eacU tattle wrapper. It i 1:1 a stick but the bear dodged and escap 9 feet 12 feet. "
Long may you flourish, and long literature and English history Invigorating took, imparting by 'u.n. $3.48
I up English powerful ed. He had better success with the T.._.. _-___._-_.
the Ocala Star continue to, bear health and strength io nlcular to tke
l n\lY\ for their study this winter. Miss i I other cub on the same side of the boatas
.J the ear marks of your good management Gamsby la president and the new organs distinctly feminine*' Fur weak the
first He
struck him the
and tbe dashes of your virile and l sickly women who are worn-out," over
members are Mrs. Mamie Howse- bead and down be went under the COMPARE ABOVE PRICES
or debilitated, especially for wumru glto
and long may'Journalists of your '
peu: StovaU. Mrs. G. F. Dittmer. Mrs.
work oflu t1Chu l-f'IIIn, water. As be be him
in store, ( or > 1f\ > came up gave
type continue to mold public opinionand Townley Porter and Miss Susie Fort. nit at the tJ'pPWritpr or sewingaachine.; another welt" and as he rose from this "
be guide toward the summit of bear household burdens ant for
or heavy : :stunning stroke! :Mr. T. grasped the

, k..L&ciric& achleveawnt.-Tampa. ..' Tribune. RESULT-OF- NEGLECTIn .i nnrstn Prescription? moiU-rs.will l prove I Jr. Pis a pries rre'-;JtnJ Favr.rite: him bear into by the the back boat.of the When neck and he drew was with any Rug dealer and you will find that we are savingyou .

of tbe Ocala Star ;; because of its bcthii -
The special edition
most cases consumption results"! dressed he neighed 75 pounds._ This
strength-g-iviug power. at least Per .Cent.
Isau.dnesday' In commemoration I Fifty
from neglected or Improperly treated
a was enough sport for one day. and all _
of For constipation, thfl troll* scientific
offthe.laying of the corner stone
I notable culd. Foley Honey and Tar cures I rare U Dr. l'ierce' Pleasant l'cleiA! went home and had fried fish and
the new courthouse, was a the moat obstinate coughs and prevents bear for .
Mild i h rmle&;. yet sure. steak supper.A
.. success. copiously Illustrated serious results.- It costs you no :
"> of prominent citizens ofthe I _
&ulthtpl r cir and county with a biographical Stor
you should Insist upon having the j FIVE DOLLARS REWARD Variety
I sketch of each one'attached.. That
genuine In the yellow package. Sold !I When an article has been on the! ,
f the people wantplctures of Lost a memorandum book. bet: Inches j
S Slstwhat by all dealers. market for years and gains friends t
had in red leather contain-
themselves. The average man ; bound
j every year it Is safe to call this mod;
rather see his own features reproduced ing city statistics and other memor- j I
; cheese the O. K.
Swiss at Grocery. icine a worthy one. Such Is Ballard OCALA
In his country paper with a nice anda. Return to Herbert A. Ford andget Horehound I FLORIDA.Removal .
Syrup. It positively curescougns ,
write-up appended : rewardThe }
little complimentary
You the Atlanta Journal every -
can get I and all pulmonary diseases.
than to gaze upon one of the Old day and Sunday at Allan Bridges t
One of the best known merchants in
Maoter At least we would and we I I
news stand for 12 cents a week.DEVJL'S
,judge other olka the same way.LiveOak'Iemocrat. I I Mobile. Ala., says: "For five years my
"; .- ISLAND TORT'URE I bottom layer family has not been troubled with the

I i.. .. winter coughs. We owe this to Bal
< In honor of the laying of the corner Is no worse than the terrible ease (f 1 of a''box ofCANDIES I lard's Horehound Syrup. I know It has Notice
Piles that afflicted me 10 years. Then paved! children from
U>ne.of the new :Marion county court my many sick
I advised to Bucklen's Arnica "
was apply II spells. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
Jtouse at Ocala on Wednesday I
Salve. and less, than a box per- Drugstore.'
*OcalaEvening Star issued a It'neweourtbouse manently cured me. writes L. S. Na-t

t number* ,which contained pier of Ruglea. Ky. Heals all wounds.

.,the1 biographies of'the leading: professional Burns and Sores 'like magic. Price Wo must vacate store Dec
and* ;'bustneos m.nof.- Marioncounty 25c, at Tydings & Co's. I K. 0. T. M. M our
with many splendid photo-<
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graphs and illustrations. This editionis THE ILLUSTRATED EDITION .I I the 31st, nexl.
a credit to Ocala and to Messrs. i
'e Ocala Tent :No. HOt I .
mttlnger and Carroll.-St. Augustine bti s 6t4 as I '
many! I
Copies of the Illustrated. or'new f K. O. T. M. M. will hold.
Record -- r'X courthouse edition of the Star can be ( I delicious morsels its regular semi-monthly meeting at We '
.*. intend to leave Ocala hence
in letter had at this office at 10 cents apiece. ."" Tonge's-Hall Wednesday evening, October -I, our en-
Congressman! Sparkman a "' and '
@ surpriseseitbetoglajer. %4. G. W. Martin It. K. <$-v-
to the editor said "I must also congratulate -

urerb and you should on the be edition.of Immense It Is forget-baby is LEST restless WE can't sleep at t 1 j i I j, T. D. Bryan Commander.. I tire stock of merchandise islth: *own on the

value to 0ca.Ia.FAltor ." night, wont: eat cries spasmodically. j i LOCAL LEGISLATIONI

StovalU of the Tampa, Tri- A bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge T. Vi./ TROXLER. i I I A special meeting of the council I I market at prices that will tempt the non- .

buue, in a personal letter to the editor never fails to cure. Every mother |I was held last night to hear the preliminary -
said: "I want to congratulateyou should give her baby White's Cream report of Ludwig & Co., the

most sincerely on the appearance Vermifuge. So many times when the Atlanta,electrical engineers engaged to pttctiase Our stock consists of

"of your 'courthouse edition of tie baby is pate and fretful, the mother NICKEL-A-FOOT test the new electric light plant. .

Stur. It was fine and you should feel does not know what to do. A bottle of The detailed( report will be forwarded i

i proud of It." this medicine would bring color to his from Atlanta laten on.
very The newest, most attractive and
,, Mr. Louis Fox of Atlanta said: "It cheeks and laughter to his eyes. GiveIt novel package of cigars Is the latest It was easily demonstrated that our DRY GOODS CLOTHING X i"
compares favorably with similar work a triaL Sold by the Anti-Monopoly new plant is up-to-date In every particular :
production of the E1 Troplco cigar factory .
done In Atlanta. You have nothing to Drugstore. and all that Is claimed for it .
Ocala. The idea is original with
to give sufficient i: and first-class light '
feel ashamed of, but very much to rejoice
BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE LOTS Mr. Chasu Peyser the proprietor, and Ing facilities.
attracts a great deal of attention and AND SHOES ALSO LADIE'SAND
For the many kind expressions we CHEAP. There was some talk over the con-
the goods are fine and sell at s1ghLThe "
have received from our home people tinuous service before the meeting was ,
Iwo of the prettiest residence lots brand Is NIckel-a-Foot. They
thankfuL When It Is adjourned.
we are very front on different streets In the very are as fine as many nickel goods and
to mind that real work Those present were Messrs. Gates
called no was
choicest residence part 'of the city for the reason they are sold cheap Is because -
done on the edition until 10 days before Ford. Weathers, Owen, Chace Carmichael GENTS' FU NISHIL\ OS.
sale, cheap for cash. Inquire at this they are made by apprentices. .
the laying of the corner stone, and Sage. Among the audiencewere
those who are familiar with newspa- office. The cigars are 6 Inches long packed the mayor city attorney, marshal -

per work have some conception of the two in a package and retail at S cents, and superintendent of the electric ,
A LUCKY POSTMISTRESSIs hence 12 inches: of solid comfort fora
hustling that was done. light plant ; Remember must and will
A remarkable part of this editionIs Mrs. Alexander of Cary. Me, who nickeL Try them and be convinced.For R we move move
has found Dr. King's New Life Pills sale at first class dealers. I
Can mini You that-'to
that we did not ask everybody to you realize
come into it. Our desire was to havea to be the best remedy she ever tried win in anything these days requires it will not to freight thereforethis

full representation of county and for keeping the Stomach. Liver and N1CKLAfOOTJNANDMADE ; strength, with mind and body in tune.A pay us pay ,

city officials, or as near as possible. Of Bowels In perfect order. You'll agree % man or woman with disordered dlgeslive -

the former promised and four reconslderedp with her If you try these painless purifiers organs is 'not In shape for a is your'opportunity to buy Fall and

ij of the latter, two could not that Infuse new life. Guaran- day's work or a day's play. How can

f afford it;"one 'was too indifferent and teed by 'Tydings &. ''Co. druggists. ,r they expect to win Kolol for Dyspepsia

the other refralifed for professional Price 25 cents. contains the digestive juices of a Winter Wearing Apparel at 'the lowest *

reasons V healthy stomach and will put your
The editor conceived the Idea and CASHIER WANTEDA stomach"In shaped perform Its Im-

dId about all of the soliciting for the young lady cashier wanted for two twrtant functions of supplying the prices possible

edition and preparation of manuscript: weeks. Apply at this office. body and! brain with strength-building I, ,
but without the co-operation of his blood. Digests what you eat. relieves

.,partner Mr. R It. Carroll.- and the A CARD Indigestion. Dyspepsia Sour Stomach. We have been in business here for thepast

ever faithful foreman, :Mr. J. H. Benjamin Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation. -
This Is to certify that all druggistsare
and Mr. Neilson, foreman of the authorized to refund your moneyIf HOW IS IT DONE Sold" by.the' Anti-Monopoly

Job rooms, we would not have been In Foley's Honey and Tar fails to'cure I Drugstore. seven years aid we dp, not believe we

it a little bit. It would .. .
your cough or cold. It stops the seem r.
That it has met with general approval Pound raisin and citron cake at the
and commendation we are very cough serious heals results the from lungs a cold.and Cures prevents Ia to hc' done by I O. Grocery have a single dissatisfied customer c

much gratified, but above all are
grippe cough and prevents pneumonia magic. ,
pleased to know that the Star Is the I Chas: Gibson' and Wm. Brown, two
and consumption. Contalsn no opiates.
%' human
first paper in Ocala that ever got out voice negro boys were tried In Judge Bell's
The genuine Is In a yellow package. Y
an Illustrated edition to celebrate so from court yesterday afternoon for'* Refuse substitutes. For' sale by all. 1 coming a your goods us and
auspicious event as the laying of the i shoes from a railroad camp near York.
dealers. '
corner stone of the new.courthouse. wooden box, They were defended by Mayor. L. T. -- .

REGISTRATION NOTICEThe withallits well Izlar and prosecuted by R. B. Bullock: save money. :

NEW OFFICES LOCATEDThe The jury deemed them guilty and sentenced r <
i registration books for the city known tones, them to pay a fine of $100 and -

offices for the different' coun- of Ocala are now open, and will remain and its music. costs, each.
open at city: clerk's office till the
ty officials have been designated in the !
new courthouse. Prof. Cam. as secretary : second Saturday in November 190$. ThePHONOGRAPH Henry E. Jones of Tampa. Fla. THE BOSTON STORE
II.C. Sistrunk.
of the Board of Public Instruc- writes: "I can thank God for my present -
Clerk and Ex-Officio Supervisor of
tion will have the room on the south : health due to Foley's Kidney
of of Ocala. ,
Registration City
east corner; across the hallway on the Cure. I tried doctors and all kindsof

southwestern corner will be the coon is now too well kidney cures, but nothing di.l me

ty judge's office; and next north will NAPOLEON BONAPARTE known to needdescription much good till I took Poley Kidney -

,b* the sheriff's office: on. the northwest Sboat the battle of AusterliU. Cure. Four bottles cured me WId I

side, across the hallway is the as- he was the greatest leader In the but have no more pain in my back and

sessor treasurer" and registration officers world. Ballard'8 Snow Liniment has the pleasure ofpossessing shoulders. I am 6! years old and suffered AS FASHION WOULD HAVE YOU DRESS

quarters while north of them shown the public It is the best Liniment J long, but thanks to Foley's K'd-

you will find the tax collector. The in the world A quick cure for one ney Cure I am well and can walkSindenjoy .

__. .f three<< rooms on the northeast corner Rheumatism.. Sprains. Burns. .Cuts is not knownto myself. It is a pleasure to recommend -
,< will be used by the county clerk. The etc. A. C. Pitts. Rodessa. la... says: it to those needing a kidney Smartest ,Suits of the SeasonThe
first room you enter from the hair will "I use Ballard's Snow Liniment In my everyone.We medicine. For sale by all dealers. II

be the office proper,.to the east of tblsODe family and find It unexcelled for sore sell the Ed !

Is the record' office and back of chest,, headache corns, and In fact OLLIE MORDIS
isou Phondgruph. newest things from
both Is the immense vault rooms The for anything that can be reached by a

/court room proper'will be on the second liniment Sold, by the AntiMonopoly Fnllassortment Has reopened his meat market near the famous A. B. Kirpch-
the Seaboard!
Air Line depot You willalways
story on the north side of the Drugstore.
building. Work, is progressing rapidly ; of bid at this place the beat of baum fe Co. :Tailors are
a ,
and it looks now, as though the NOTICE TAX PAYERSThe records always on hand. Your fresh beef, pork and mutton while Jt-
r-sh and will j'
building would be ready for the roof oysters always be foundin beyond our expecta
tax roll of the city of Ocala for leisure hours can be made iwaso'n. Iet>mmber ? -S
by Christmas. the year A. D. 1906. Is now completedand -
tions. have all the
in the hands of the city: tax collector very instructive and entertaining -

1:ifr. and Mrs E. E. McLin and littleeon John M. Graham. All taxes with a Phonograph. I Near the S. A. L. Depot Ocala. Fla. new kinks known to the

returned this afternoon from Kentucky must be' paid on or before December '

where Mr. .!!Lin has been for 1. 1995. John M. Graham. I Keep the bowels open when yon tailors of the world and

the past three weeks and his wife and Tax Collector City of Ocala. hare a cold and ue a good remedy to y

baby for several months. This October 1. 190 v I allay the inflammation! of the mucous embody all the genuine

membranes The best Is Kennedy's -- worth that can be put into

GOT HIS HAIR BACK. IS THE MOON INHABITED Laxative Honey and Tarv It contains

t no opiates, moves the bowels, drives clothe They .are ready. ..
Science has proven that the moon out the cold. Is reliable and tastes
Was Perfectly Bal Wke He Start** baa an atmosphere which: makes. life I goal Sold by the i-Monopoly ...- = to-wear and'when they en 6.:

t. TTse JfewbrVa HeryleUe In some form possible on that satellite; MONTHSGUARANTEE I IJngl.tOf'e.! :- case a man they look as Y

Frederick Manaell.: Maryland block. but not for human beings who nave a Ei6 I -- "
'-Butt*. Montana Sought a bottle of New- hard enough time on this earth ol I (cur stock of wedding prevents is -'-. though they were made es

bro's Herpidde. April ., 'St, and began to ours; especially those who don't know CbMpIrte.; We have a large line of
use it for entire baldness. The hair fol- Ajalast hoJei. 1\10 mote I peciallyforthatiudivIdaal ... ..
In that Electric Bitters cure Headache. darning If you buy sterling silverware' and cut glass, a ,
dead and
tides not
t. days In be his bad scalp hair were all over his b ad. ver.Biliousness Jaundice' :Malaria.Dyspepsia.Chills Dizziness and Fe- \oleprooPrlosierye ,' nice many line other of Ron suitable wood articles.potters Ocala and so very gracefully do they fi and hang. .\. B. Kirschbaum fc Co s. Fashionable es

Is On as July thick 2 be: and writes luxuriant"and today as my any hair one Torpid General Debility Liver. Kidney and Female Complaints.Weak- Music *"<*., Jewelers. never lack anything. They are simply the best garments your money can buy. Our

could wl h." Newbro's Herplclde works. nesses. Unequalled as a general Tonic All the popaUr colors.F Baby had a little gala store is now stocked with new clothes and we will as heretofore. dress the well dressed
ea an old principle and with a new diseovery : >T Urn; famed
-destroy and remove and Appetiser for weak persons and S old ia hits etC Fatter said: --rhat kid again of Onla. We of
the effect the rierplcide cause destroys you the especially for the aged. 'It induces t pain fiat$x.o:C.atsseparsfac Mother gave her Cascasweet- men invite your inspection: our stock.

germ that causes dandruff falling h&Ir.ud sound sleep Fully guaranteed by Ty- Its Father said: It can't be beatCaacatweet *
For Ladies Egrpdaa Cotton six painfor
finally baldness so that with the dings & Co. druggists. Price only SOc $*-- ;A fmrtot held adl is a vegetable corrective

growth failing tarts. at Sold by aDd leading a The Ocala Music company Is In receipt row ..asi and children. Contains no opiates, and .

dn ststa. Bend JOe In .tamps for sample of a nice lot of violins aceor- j the ingredients are on each and every atONE

to The Hncl4 Co.Detroit. Much 'dcons. mandolins,- guitars, strings and bottle. Pleasing to take. Sold by the -
t'17dlAp & Co. special agents Ocalx ,trimmings, for- all Instruments. FISHEL, Ocala, Fla. AnU-onopol'nru.-tore. ',' ,- PRICE DEALERS. --: :.:_ .-. -;-', :. i. -
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Volume 12. Number J J7- OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, S906'j. .-- Fifty Cents a 'U J '$5" Yeu. {


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JUST RECEIVEDGenuine -. :'.'- > ..,-' -- ,.., H..ROBINSON_ ,: Preside_ *.
-= :,:- > H. BLtTCH ..... er. /. c.,EOOZ ER. Ant. Manage! i.
Imported SWIM Cheese ,- GEo._J. DLITCH. Ted[.'. ._ _.

John Russell of Taylor County" Sole Our Mr W. Condon win leave -- At Tampa, Will Open Wednesday, Nov.

GERMAN DILL PICKELS Survivor of Thirty-Three Mitt on on November tat for Xew York. .r :::: 14th, or in Less Than The Strong Hold --theCOMMERCIAL :
where he win buy one of the largest ..i. -
BISMARK HERRING a Barge and finest stocks of jewelry, fine china Three Week f .
and cut-glass, music and musical Instruments :
New York. Oct 24...-:Tb:& sole survivor 'Wednesday November 14, less than .BANgo
and good In the lines usually
of thirty-three men who went' : three weeks off will mark the opening -
carried by the store that this ,
adrift on a barge from lower Matcombia. *- of the great Florida State Fair
ANCHOVIES Key on the coast of Florida city has ever seen? Any special orders at Tampa which should be attendedby OCALA J LA. -
left at the store, will be given personal ,
In the storm of last Thursday, was : every man. woman and child la
STUFFED DATE AN DFIGS attention by Mr. Condon and careful ; Florida. Floridians and others
brought here yesterday who
j .' selection made him. while hIs Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced
: John Rwssell is the man's name and have attended the Georgia, Alabamaand by Large .
Fresh Raisins, Currants, Citron and be arrived here on the steamer. EI t In the <3tyOCALA: North Carolina state fairs this and Increasing
MUSIC CO. e..elel1LFriday
Nuts Paso. Russell ears hU home U at year declare that the Florida State ._.._
Salem Taylor county, Fla. He says I Fair hut year was infinitely superior
he was on the barge with the other in every way to any of these a fact -<
men and he declares that hesaV everyone of which every public spirited Flor- Y- -
of his companions S9 down as idian should be proud. The..coming
.. ... Winter
--- -- ---- --- -- the barge .foundered and he says that fair will be much more complete and Stock Now In 5
he believes that every man of them night from a trip down in Lake posting the books and making up lists magnificent in every department, and ....
McIYER & MAcKAY ,perished.He county 'on prospective legal business. of the qualified voters and lists of I the Floridian failing to attend and .

I reports the experience as a yery Miss Louis Pinnell. of those stricken from the books. acquaint' himself with the wonderful ,
harrowing one and that there were spending a few days with ber parents resources of Florida will be recreantin
FUNERAL DIRECTORS i many lives lost on other barges engaged -I at Bronson. She will soon returnto THE TEXAS WONDER I his(duty to himself family and wish to call your? attention
I, in the extension work of the Jacksonville and resume her dutiesin state. -The railroads will give low
: Florida East Coast railway along the the office of Attorney St. Clair- Cures all kidney bladder and! rheu- rates from all sections, and the besfaccomodations
Undertakers and Embalmers I Florida Keys.A Abrams. matic troubles. Sold by all druggists will be furnished at to the tine of Caps .
mall for
or two month's treatment by low
rates by Jhe hotels and
I. Prof. A\etter of Bronson
OWEN principal Jl. Dr E. W Hall 2926 Olive street.
D. E MclVER:$ ALFRED E. I homes
hpusea. private and residencesof
HUNDRED AND THIRTYFIVEIs and his assistants have
high school
Louis, Mo Send for testimonial -
Undertakers I introduced drawing Into this school Sold In Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly Tampa. A large committee .f citizens .in Cloth and Leather for
Now the Estimate;f the Number of I which is very beneficial to the child with a paid force of young men. :
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes Drugstore. will look: after aU visitors upon their
I II' Dead in the Great Storm on the I

East Coast ren.The defendant. R. G. Priest, his attorney THE TRUSTEES' PLJk/4" 1 arrival.The amusement features will be the men, Boys>> and children we ;
All Work Done by Licensed: Em.
1 t and his; relatives and friendsin ..
grandest in
ever seen the South Including -
timers' and Fully Guaranteed (Jacksonville Metropolis JSrd.) I the county are Tery much disappointed Ask to pay for:drainage only, those horse races and the great

..1 I Engineer: J Krome. in charge of and the that special bis term case of was court continued called people who will be benefited; not those White City Hippodrome. The Fair .have just opened, whkh ::
all the entension work acting under I III oft. Priest U very anxious for a trial living eutside the drainage district. first appropriated SlO.vOO
i Chief Engineer J. C. Meredith, arrived -t his and relatives and 0# to secure this great attraction for two
as are attorneys consider
A Choice Stock i II in Miami Sunday by launch from I friends THE OPPOSITION PLAN weeks. The amount was found inadequate we test line
however, and
was doubled.
Long where he located at
Of Fresh Beet Pork I the time Key of the storm disaster was! Thursday -I Rer R. M Williams and wife and Make the whole state pay for drain- The array of attractions to be seen -
bringing valuable information of I John R. Willis went attend down the to Cedar ing" lands belonging to rich land tyndicates. oa the Range will ,this year be of a ever displayed in Ocala
Key Friday night to Fourth much higher order than that of last
I the damage sustained the railroad
And Mutton, 1 in the Keys, and giving by for the first I Quarterly Conference of the Bronson year. The horse racing' win' be of a

Po:1t.ri,1 time accurate figures of the casualties.. 1 circuit Postmaster- Geo. .Darden has been WHICH IS THE '. very finishes high nil class be looked order for.and 15'exciting horses W. J.
Vegetables, Fruits. I possible Chambers, Shoe
These Mr Krome places at 135 as I very sick this week but we are glad FAIR PROPOSITION?I have already been entered and J10. 09 Co.AFEWFORSALFJS
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and: follows Sixty-three from quarter- i to learn. Is some better I have been offered as purses. Out of a .
The first one, of course. Vote for the hundred
I \V B. Fletcher supervisor of regIstration high dass shows offered
Choice Fresh Family Groc boat. No 4; 43 from dredges Manatee .
Mikado and Oyama. located at'Lower I Ii i has been here all the week !I Drainage Amendment. I President Brown has been careful to
cries hand from i II select only the best. The of
always on ] Metacumbia. and 25 from the steamer I I majority

which to do your marketing. j St. Lucie. off Elliotts Key; Other t any these of shows the Southern have never Fairs.been seen at
I than the above a large number of
Send or bring us your or whom may have been saved. everyman I i ALLEN W. BRIDGES Music by the beat band in the country -
dazzling performances of all kindsin
ders and tLeyill have in the employ of the railroad
t and afflicted by the storm, has been the open air and tents and other
prompt attention Dispenser of features have been secured for Jthe '. .
for. .
accounted .BY
I edification of the thousand who will ... ..

W. E. SMITH. Damage Done' Miami Greatly Exaggerated i Pure Ice Cream and Cold Drinks, attend. Don't fail to attend the fair,
I I or you will regret It., Remember the DITTO & MALONEY-
dates. Nov. 14th to 2 tth.BUTCHTON. :
No. 98 North Magnolia St. President Prout of the Miami Board'of J I:Choice Candles, Fruits, Confections I .
Trade wired the Metropolis this Xo. 1-Good five-room nice
cottage lot
j near in on Oelclawaha
morning that the loss by the recent ii 1 i i Full Line of all Popular Brands of Cigars. Avenue; house :can easily be added to. Cheap at... .. .. ._.. ".$1.200 _.'
Phone 132 storm, in property had been greatly x..- *
exaggerated. He stated the loss in I I Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under If you have difficulties in one place I JCo. 1-Splendid eight-room twostory residence on Sanchez street -. FiO
----- -- Secon Ward, has jrath and wide hall a'good :..
the. city was confined to a few unstable joull have them In another. If you tworoomaen&DU.1oUM.are '
the electric fans. Don't forget the place. two.. ,places; separate yards etc, good "
DISTILLED WATER-Free Delivery buildings. Here is the telegram. i move because you do not like your two-story barn buggy ?
Miami. Oct. 23.The report sent I I neighbors, its an indication that you shed. three box stalls good chicken house, storage house and woodsh8da .. -

out from here of damage done by the are no good yourself; Men often. move *god cistern and well and city'water In bath. AU in good or 'ter. ir.

si l! nO recent storm was greatly exaggerated.I ALLEN BRIDGES' ICE CREAM anl.LOR, that they may get more money, and der. on- Ja>ge lot facing two streets.,. Cheap- at .,- .. ,. .. ,,. ., .,..$1,600, R i11- eNo'
Signboards and a few unstable buildIngs r have to work less. Pray tell us wherean '
S.:-Good two-story' six-room house wide halls one block east of 1..
suffered Within $1000 will Next to Munroe & Chambliss' ass will go that he will not haveto .._ ,
!{ post office on corner. In good condition. $500 cash, balance In two "t' r
: m cover the loss. Our people are becomIng work?
- IICE enslti\e over exaggeration and Dr. Franklin said, 1 never saw en years* 8 per cent interest, Price.. ,. ,t.. .. v .. .. ..$1.080 -,. r ., .,

would thank you to correct Impres- often removed tree nor yet an often !:' *00 ,
pf1 .- acres land. SO and cultivated,. balance woods "
01 I sion that Miami suffered reriouslyW FURNITURE FURNITURE Ilulv.dl1'b.frrt! I&( dlRn" L..... .. ;"t: f. r=g* y'imbw. "A 1J1r aczecleared.Bargain'e -.. .. .r ,..-;a.qeNo ....i. ;:- .! :_' .;:,.
p W. Prout. those that settled be

-- ---- --- -- i 1{ President Board of Trade. This reminds us of the interview we No. 5.-A good five-room cottage, nice lot on Tuscawilla. street, near

OCALA ICE & FUEL CO.. Oca la. Fla.PIMPLES Railroad Loss $150,000 had with an old colored man last Ocklawaha Avenue... .. .. .. .. .. ,. .. .. .. ... .. .. ..|L1flO

t Mr J. El Ingraham, third vice-pres- urday. Said he "Men's done Sat.1 No.Very pretty lot. ?0x13$. on,Fort King Avenue, in Gary Grave.
'. --- -- ---_.- ----- Ident of the Florida East Coast rail Don't think for a minute that we have gone most of their land In my .. Big bargain. ,. .. .. -. ... .. ..W0.

way who arrived in Miami Saturday ". out oi thz Furniture Business in Ocala. We cause ing OQ they the_farm.fay they I tell ean't make de public a No.-T.-Couple of nice five-room cottages, nice lot, eta, In Second

night states that the engineers who I \. works done ruined us. cause you ten Ward. Price., ,. ,;. ,. ?,, .. f._ .. ..-.. ..$TioNLGood 0
have been over the route of the extension -I are here to stay and have some exceptionally years .
< two- !tory ten-room house In
from now they will be gone and the Fourth Ward very desir
place the property loss in 1' fine bargains to offer in FURNITURE and all country be de same as when the big able for boarding house; newly painted and roofed; good cistern. good
boats material and damage to work.'I freeze come that time and moos must lot ete. Very cheap.. ., .,-. .. .. .._ .. .$1,090
-I tded.ll kl.d.or blood nmedl.s wblrh failed at not more than $150.000. On the
of both and 1500 cash, balance
M do....see caod bat I have bond&...nth tht*( islands the roadbed Is damaged but kinds HOUSE FURNISHINGS new go back to de farm It our country easy.
Mluk Mr (_*.> pimpl and black I wafts to prosper, See here. I slut got
bead. After ukiaf CaaearaU key all left I.. and all of the finished work
eoatia.iac tn. D.. el sb.. .." reoomm.Rdinc slightly I secondhand.Our but one loss and no one to help me If[ wish to buy'or rent to
'. elsewhere .stood well .the greatest you apply
tti.rn to BIT rieBda. I feel da.wkem I n* tk* but wife,
my and knows she
I you
nomine to hail a chute to nconunendCe'Vre4 line and
; .Hop. damage being at Long Key, which, holiday is coming in contains able to work, but this year I gathered .
C.WitWi.11 Kim St.,hewtrk.N.J. was apparently in the path of the
storm. I many rare bargains in beautiful goods. Giveus 300 bushels of corn, saved 1.600 bundlesof DITTO &
fodder, hate 2 acres in sweet taters MALONEY
For Injured are Doing Well
'esT I a cell and we will save you money. and expect to gather 400 bushels to
The Bowels At the hospital In Miami all of the the acre. I done it last ;year. I have
Injured in the St. Lucie wreck and I U Acre In chufas which I will fatten "ALWAYS READY :'JO SHOW YOU.

those: who have been admitted since 10 head of hogs on and have 4 acres
from quarterboat NV>. 4. and other II J. A. PITTMAN & SONTHE of plndars. and will sell more than

CANDY CATMRTCPtei dalmaged crafts, are doing nicely and enouh cotton to supply me with all
the majority of them will soon be up I'' the ready cash needed. Fort King Grocery; '
and about. A large tent with comfortable I In reply to the question Wintry.
cots and other conveniences has 1 FURNITURE HEN. what do you think of the plan to plant

been t erected in the hospital >'ard. short cotton and establish factories? Fhave bought the Fort King Grocery and restocked _,
enb.PalatablePot..b.ToteO.ndnoflood.ever lie,rk.fee.Sever This was to accomodate the overflow I "It's what I have bee arguelng for it with fresh line of
) 6eke. Weaken or Gnp a complete, Staple and
...1.1 <. balk Tie....i.. to ear..r jour money back taxed sir MARION FARMSST.A.E3LES Groceries for the tradeI will ..
N.Y. by seventy-five more patients Have 'you had experience in raising Fancy family carry
Sterling Remedy Co..Chicago or 593
other than those made subjectsby short cotton? only the freshest and best goods to be had and
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES the storm. "Tea. last year I planted three acres ,

It is reliably stated that Mr. flag- and gathered two bales weighing 450 will guarantee to sell them to you as cheap as any
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ler will not come to Miami as has been pounds each, for which: I
got $50 a bag.
(INCORP ORATED) one in the city. Country produce bought and sold
reported he would do. Pressure has and fore God de.patch don't look like
Electrical Supplies. heed brought to bear on him not to been toch." and fruits and baker's bread will be put In in a few

make the long trip from Xew GENERAL LIVERYFINE Wintry, what is your opinion of the days. Give me a share of your' trade and if good y
I have a well belected stockof he could do no good. His decision new kind of cane which Is being eo
however Is not known.. extensively cultivated goods, courteous treatment and low prices merit a

Electric Fans, in both the CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, "You means this here Japinessecane continuance of it, yon will continue to trade with -
WOUNDS, BRUISES AND BURNS TRAPS CARRYALLS ? It is the cheapest feed crop for
General Electric Co. and the By applying an antiseptic dressingto cow., boss and hog.' People say hog me. Respectfully

The lat. wounds bruises burns and ULe J SADDLE HORSES, ETC. can't eat em but what makes I know
injuries before Inflammation seta in. F 'taint so, las year I done and see hog
ter cost a little more, but require -they may be healed without maturation FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSES get so fat" on it till da can't stand on Pop.
da feet.
and in about one-third the time
less current to operate required by the old treatment. Thisis : HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE The old darkey' Is correct In the Corner Fort King Ave. and Atlantic Coast Line 'Railroad.RLdF _
main. The present prosperity and
the greatest discovery and triumphof
them. I also in stock
carry modern surgery. Chamberlain's HORSES BOARDED BY THE MONTHColumbus congested condition along all lines of

Fancy Globes High Low Pain Balm acts on this same principle trade Is due to the few moneyed en-

It is an antiseptic and when ap A. C. COBB General Manager. terprises and should they suspend for
etc. lack of material, the old darkey's prediction -
Lights, pliedrlo such Injuries causes them to
It "Ten ;years from now the pub-
heal also the
All kinds of electrical work very and quickly. and allays lic works be gone and de country te
pain soreness prevents any

and repairing done at reasonable }anger of blood poisoning. Keen a time.same"like will when be de fact freeze which come that
a too few
bottle of Pain Balm in your home andit
prices, under a full guar- will save you time and money, not Cane Mills realize. L. B. !:

to mention the Inconvenience and suffering ?
antee. If j our'lights are out such injuries entaiL For sale SHADY

of fix\ or you need wiring by all druggists. In t ;. J2 and:: 13 Inch Rollers. Miss Harriet Simpson from Weirs-

dale is visiting her Mrs. J M.
done phone to No. 222. BRONSON BRIEFS sister. 1

(\\'Ulistondvocate..). and Mrs. F. G. Buhl were on the

Mr \\_ H. Anderson our tax collector each of Sash Doors and Blinds just received sick list last week, but we are giad f
1 car to, not. they are better now
spent several days last weekin
Jacksonville on business. and we make special prices on them. Big stock of Shot Miss A pleasant Lora Douglass surprise party Friday was night.given

aFOLEY'S John R. Willis/ went tq \\U2iston on kind of Ammunition etc. Merry games were indulged in until
I Guns allj; Buggies Wagons.
legal business Tuesday. ,
quite late, then the crowd left declaring Gives rest to the stomach. For indigestion, dyspepsia., togrttegaoh,

Joseph Judge S.Geo.McDonell F. McDonell from and Shen brother.Pond< :t Harness and a general line of hardware. Reliable goods a most enjoyable time. tired stomach: ,. weak stomach,windy stomach puffed ctomaob. : ,crrrou

:Miss Katie Buhl returned Monday stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A prompt relief.
I were both here on. Wednesday on legal and prices as low as any in the country. from Etna.. where she has been visiting
business with Pinnell and John
Judge her.sister Mrs. Baxley. 5-.'"UIe&. .i DI.s..Itierf rw//Eaf _f.d_r._
R. Willis.Rev. Some of the Shadyites attended the 1 efL&.h._I Malts 66x. a; [--..........I
KIDNEY CURE Cedar, R.Key M.on Williams Wednesday was called of lastweek to T. W. SMITH & CO. church service Sunday night. .-' .".A... 1 ..= ...<
where he united in marriage Miss Edna Counts. is visiting Miss SOLD BY THE ANTI.MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLAT
Lora Douglass.
WILL CURE YOU Mr AT A. Wolf and Mi s Marguerite OCALA FLA- Miss, Ann Collins who' was a guest
i .
Conagan.Dr. of Mrs. A. R. Douglass returned to Ft.
J, M. Jackson Is having the fence Fish and
of any case of Kidney 01 i White Sunday morning. s& Oysters. ::
ing around the lot in front of his residence -

Bladder disease that is not; repaired, and it adds much to FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
the looks of the place. NOTHING IU FEAR I now have a first-chess stock of Frcah; and Salt Water -
the reach of di-
beyond Judge Fred Cubberiy spent several

cine. Take it at once Do days last week in Jacksonville on legal Western Reef Veal. Florida Stall Fed Beef, Mutton, Ar- continuing Mothers need to have give no Chamberlain's hesitancy in Fish of"all kinds;Cedar Key and Crystal River Oysters. .

busln@s&.ttorney Pork and Mutton at all times. The Goods -
not risk having Bright's Dis- \ John P. Willis Js:now agent mour's Star Ham Armour's Pork Sausage, Cabbage Cough Remedy to their little ones as Fresh Beef '
for the American Surety Ox.. and is it contains absolutely nothing injur- are choice varieties;the pikes: as low as the lowest and

ease or Diabetes. There is prepared to write bonds of all kinds Rutabagas Turnips. Beets, Sweet ious. This remedy is not only perfectly customers will receive prompt couiteoos, treatment :.
safe to give small ,
for individuals co-partners and cor- children but it
nothing gained by delay. porations. Potatoes. Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions. is a medicine of great worth and merit. and their orders will be promptly delivered.. =;-.:vLai

CUbberly & Willis filed the following It has a world' wide reputation for its .

50c. and $1.00 Bottle suit this ",,'eek"imam Mabry.vs, W. P. EDWARDS. cures of coughs colds and croon and T Ski oa tom' -
Minnie Bill for can'always be relied upon. For sal Tompkins : i i'j. =
REFUSC .U8TfTUTKS. Mabry. dnorce : /
-. .
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS Attorney W. P. Pinnen_ returned.t PHONE 108 CITY MARKET by druggists. f to City Markr* '
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lIe tlser-.-..- WILL. STON 'O.;

A hundred and fifty years ago the

I farm tends sad house servants of (Wlfflston Advocate.)

England were clotbe-l to leather. A Rev A. M. Daiger preached at

1 good pair of leather breeches. was saVi Archer last Sunday.H. .

the World's Table to pass from father to son as an heir G. Nelson made a business trip '

Spread loom. Then a boy went to school as to WaUo last Monday The Life
armored \V. IL Orr. a prominent lumber man Lonely
.ti well protected as an cr1 &H.
of lootbrook, was here Tuesday.Mr
The author of "Didlsborre in the 45"
R. D. MedHn returned
along every line of longitude Trom offers some observations .upon these from Valdosta and other Georgia

articles of common wear The test of points, where he has been prospecting

North to South ; every parallel of a good pair was to try If they would some timber lands.A The Tragic Confession Spinster, Who

stand upright of them elns when nobody crew of men for the Chicago Portrait ,
latitude from East to ; pile i was In them If they would do I Co. have been here for the past Wealth Can
Realizes That No Fame
thereon the foods of clime and I so they were good strong stuff and several days. .
every Misses Kate Fielding and :Miss ZetlaHarvey -
to last for
lively many years. I
w tuber remembered a prentice lad comIng spent Saturday In Gainesville Compensate for the Solitude of tierIn Life.
J. Q. Peacock Ralford. spent Sunday -
to his father whose fond mother
: here with his family.
Uneeda had provided him with such a pair, I I: M. Ammons of Gainesville Is \

and they were the means of a "rsrt here Installing the plumbing In Dr. J. this article the author whose name for obvious '-
of fan" Ina, came that 1s unknown In M. WIlUs home. ;- '

these days that is. for the (boys to set Dr. J. M. Willis has a 7.0M gallon reasons we are not at liberty to disclose, drops for '-:.;
the breeches! upright and then Jump tank erected in his yard, about 40 feet -

Biscuitwill Into them without touching tbem with sigh which will afford ample pressure once the mask which she in common with, other
the bands. It was probably a pair of to throw water over the top of his
such leather breeches that the Windsor residence. When the Job Is completed "Bachelor Maids,II is accustomed to turn to the world.
111.1 his house, kitchen and bathroom will
boy was wearing when George
them all in the elements liked him If be did not know that the be a model of convenience, being fitted no she frankly she longs -
surpass man before him was the,ktng. with all the modern requirements. Thedtchen Though longer young, says

which make a perfect worldfood.In -Tea," Hid the boy.Then I lot water is boiler connected which with supplies a range water and for the companionship of a husband and the care of ;::"

why don't yon go on your for the sink and bathroom also the
knees, and you might LUs the Muz's"" lavatory in the doctor's office. The children. The circumstances which have kept from

::.e a dust tight, land." said the king. I lawns are provided with pipes sufficient

moisture proof packag "Because I'd spoil my breechesqueer ."' I to sprinkle the entire yard. The her the happiness which these blessings bring are
fJ material for this Job was furnished by
stated with the directness which characterizesthe
I same
Y 1'a' __. the S. J. Thomas Ox. of Gainesville

NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY There are some queer nooks and corners I establishment who have recently to their added large a and plumbing whole article. It is the life-story of a "successful"woman ,:

In the state of Maine and
.f the titles of the mailer towns many and ing the hardware business Is business looked after This grow-I a drama of real. life in which the last act 1s'-

&localities are worthy of special men Ammons. who is*an <" .
tion. sear Otl.field is rugieyrUle chanic and plumber. a tragedy.

while Hog valley Is a certain picturesque MUs Allie Epperson left Wednesday ,

retreat located near Raymond. for a weeks' stay In Ocala with the This article appears in our new magazineWOMAN

7 1-- -I Dog Corner Hewtiop cove Is a well family of Mr. I. Horne

known place In Wtatlirop. while out ou A D. Williams, soliciting' agent for
the S. A. L. spent Monday night here.
the Coon road hare -
Health' \ie is Mr. Frank Coiley arrived Tuesday
------- yl sometimes happened. A mile long is from Terre) being summoned to the

Pin Hole bill the steepest ever and bedside of his mother who Is quite
More Them all the way up are little rents "to hang sick.

[ ] the pins on." people say. Over Poland When we depend on trains now to

Wealth way U the hunger inspiring! name of make schedule time we are certainlydepending

Beef town, while highly suggestive; !' of on an uncertainty. It was .

llseBALLARD'S negligee was the old name of Sao our luck last Saturday to spend six

i .:yLLAiOT.s.o,.,...... carappa. One does not bare to die to and one-half hours at different stations ,
: :; UNIMCNT pass through Purgatory and some of waiting for trains-that too. onlyto
Gainesvillevia Seaboard and return -
: the most men In the state
.. KINO prominent
> --. via Coast Line. The delay
'' --- bare balled from this sinful region. Archer on account of the lateness of Now On Salc At All News-stands -

a ;....:..;. j SNOW OF Neither are the gates of Eden closed the Seaboard caused us to have less _
---- T to all mortals, but nowadays one journeys than an hour's time to spend In Gainesville -
)f LINIMENT via an ancient toll bridge that leaving there at 11 a. m. and 10 ,Cents A ''Copy $1.00 A Year

leads the trareler straight to this enchanted getting to High Springs at about 12

Und.-Lawiiton (Me.) Journal. or soon th rt"arter. and No. 43. A. C. L,

.. ANDyou was late then which put us until after THE FRANK ,A. MUNSEY COMPANY, New York
supper getting home. Those who
The Pint Ar..rd Skip.
will always have god health. What is have loafed around a depot can pic-
more to a man According to the best authorities oncuriosities
than good health All the money In the world can't makeIlapplnf"sJI of the nary and warfare In ture how we enjoyed the day.
where health Is unknown. Canard's Snow Liniment J. Roy George of High Springs spent
general, the first armored vessel was
/ w T Rheumatism Cuts. Burns. Sprains, Neuralgia, Sunday
RES launched: In the ;year 1530.. It was one News ,reached here Tuesday morn-
L I Sores Stiff Joints. Contracted Muscles, Lam a highly respected citizen of Fleming-
v w of the fleet manned by the Knights of In of the death of Mr Allen Mayfield.
Bock and all the Ills that Flesh is heir to. ton after a short illness. Mr. Mayfield -
St. John aad was entirely covered with was about 50 years of age and ATLANTIC COAST LINE i
One Who Knows. .sheets of lead. The accounts of the leaves a host of friends and relatives

times leave us In darkness as to the The Food That Does Goon7Hft9 to mourn his death.
J. O. Scott Salt\ Lake City Utah. writes; I cannot thickness of this lead armor but they There is a great deal of sickness THROUGH CAR LINE FROM
too highly praise your U iJard's Snow Liniment for are very positive In the statement that here now. Among those on the sick I FLORIDA

the relief of acute rheumatism"m, caused by sudden chango they were of sufficient strength to list are Mrs. CoUey. Mrs. Hicks and -CONNECTIONS-
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend your "successfully resist all the shots of that little AlUe Hester all .whom at this
Itallar 'e Horehouml Syrup for coughs and colds. of Gibraltar In 1782 writing are considered dangerously I Tn THE Over u. own rally to Savannah Charleston Richmond
day. At the siege
These usfcd togethqr; deJy all pain. ilL Howe"er.1t'e hope that a changefor EAST : :
the French sod Spaniards used war and Washington thence via Pennsyh..l1& Ra.l1-a-aye.;: f
the better will come and they may .d.L kAILTo
GET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes 2Sc SOc $1.00 vessels which were armored with I
the Cbd Liver Oil!.mulllon"PrJI/ EceeSnet" recover. Little Ethel Herring Is much TILE
"light Iron boom proofing over their improved. I Via Montgomery and Louisville & Nashville or Yla.
Coughs.Cttldft. Influcnzs. BroacUtls. La I
waters euge" The "' furl WEST ""Dixie
decks and to the Flye'Route and AUanta.
Ballard Snow Liniment Co. sore Throat aa4.LttflZ Catarrh P.tu
very first practical 1 use of wrought Iron Coacuoiptloa: and ail Pulmonary piieacc PILES! FILES! PILES! I Via Savannah an4'kean Steamship Company for.Nu'

500502 worth Second Street plates as a defense for the aides of Oruiflft two sUes.lot and f i. Dr. Williams Indian Pile Ointment I TO THE
reasels was by the French !la toe Crimean will cure.blind bleeding ulcerated and I York. Philadelphia aDd Boston via Norfolk steamer to New

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. war In 1853. TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL Itching piles. It absorbs the tumors.I EAST York. Washington and Baltimore Tia Savannah and
to all ending turn aDd sddroi to allays the itching at once acts as a
poultice gives immediate relief. Dr. Merchants and Miners TJ"Ul.portaUon for BaItnA
Company -
OZOMUlilON' CO. M Pine Street. I
HUMAN tSLOOO MARKSA Niw Y.riears Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is prepared 8TEUIlfBJP I
tale of horror was told by mark! I for piles and Itching of the private more and PbUadelphla.Lv ..
Sold and Recommended by of human blood In the home of J. W: parts. Every box is guaranteed.Sold .i Ptniasulsr
West Via a Occidental Steamship
WJlllams.: a well known merchant olBac by Tydmgs &: Co. By malL 89 i

THE ANTI-MONOP OLY DRUGSTORE Ky. lie writes: "Twenty y cents Company and SI. proprietors Williams Manufacturing Cleveland-!! and Havana- I Company
ago I bad severe hemorrhages of th! "" Ohio. I
lungs and was near death when I began II I Route of the celebrated train. New York and Florida SpecUL Florida

taking Dr. King's New DiscoveryIt If"V SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE and West Indian Limited Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie ,Flyer.
completely cured me. and I have remained -

well ever since." It cures who value tusk Arrival and Departure of Trains at Quickest Schid stes. Superior Service.For .
Hemorrhages. Chronic Coughs Set- :..
;:;.. Leahi- Ocata!
tied Colds and Bronchitis. and Is th .. X should tale Information as to rates schedule*, rte, consult the Purple'Folder,
only known cure for Weak Luns. Every Trains or communicate withJ.
& Day W. Carr. Trav. Pass. Agent, J. a. Kirk Dlr Pass.
bottle guaranteed by Tydlngs Haggard's SpecificTablets I Agent
Northbound .. .n ......12:67 IIIn.
Co, druggists $OC. and Jl; trial hot Southbound.. .._ .... .... J:%' p. m. Tamp, Fla.
tie free. T. C "White. Cen. Pass. Agent W. J. Crslg Paw Traffic Manager
Night Trains Wilmington. N. C. ,
the oU rettble cure Comhpaboa.laNenoua > Northbound...... ..... .. 2:10 a. m.'
LOW ROUND' TRIPS VIA THE digatioa. Dcbthty. Kicbey and Southbound........ ... .... %::0.. m -
Bladder: Tnubb aad aU kindred diresves.

LOUISVILLE Si IASHYILLE BilLWil Ttry aver(ul to buM up uSe health sod LOW ROUND TRIP RATES VIA THE Florida East Coast

stRBgth. For PJe*. Irregular or Sep. Atlantic Coast Line aRiIway
The Louisville &. Nashville Railroad pteued Moutnistioa. Lencenbors. ctcrUggsnT ., Railway
will sell round trip: rates from Jack .Suppoutanr should be Med wcaancctioa Loci! Tim Cart No.( 17. b Effect Sir If, l Ch.
$1 30 Augusta Ga. Rate of one fare
sonvllle to points shown on dates indicated with the tablet Send lot SOUTHBOUND-READ DownNORTHSAtWDREAD U*.
plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Oct.]
1. ', Proportionately low rate* Look of psrtiralara. Dramrts tell tbest -
from other points. .4 50c pa box.or they!wiu be tent. prepaid 27th, 28th and 29th. Final limit Nov. I a.Cally.99 ... M nAnf). MC. 7illSpot- e.0 u
>' *of ....AddnaH.aUd : 15th. Call, h. .r
$38.40. Hot Springs Ark, and return. upon Keen Co pace.,AlUata.Ca.Phonographs $19.30 Nashville, Tenn. Rate of one --o- "9 20&.." L"< .._............ :bp Qbu:
Tickets on sale dally. Final return! fare 25 cents. Tickets sale I ; spm is.m EaetSJaekrwtjile..he g/as
plus on fup 30 4uam :::::::::::...M A .n n..H-::::::: r : :: 74.e.
limit 90 days from date of sale. Nov. 10th and 11th. Final limIt No- 7 6lJlID! 11 lb.BIt .-,_..__....Hwtsg..r.H...........M i a.p. 0 sass
Full Information schedules, time tables vember 18th. atop *..* ................EMtfaiMks................ a l atal2
etc. will be furnished! promptS $1270 Columbia S. C. Rate of one fare a-: Yens Ar.......?._.......}*Klika...............t4Mps lupa .

THE MONTEZUMA on application.Fla. Pass Art G., E.L. HERRING.& N. R. R. plus 4th and 25 cents.tin. Final Tickets limit on,sale good ..m.. I.lam!'::.. Lw.iw.:::::::......:::::;::Mo.;:.:: : : ::: ::.A ..616 .. s a ie.s26pa u- l

lit W. Bay SL. Jacksonville. Fla leave Columbia midnight-of Nov. 9..1 94 12arp -,; :::::::::::::::::F.a. :::::::::::::::::::.:::1: 4atpa a Tpm ''''6'lew H

$3.30 Jacksonville, Fla. Rate one fare .tJlI& U 400 ........-..............- ...................., 4 2zp- i -.
plus 2S cent Tickets on sale. November /Sepia lllo. -._...............4.rmmld..w.............. 166(11II 6Was
JULIUS CAESAR I. f ...... .... ..
LEASED FOR TEN YEARSBest 10"4 121p ._....layuma..r .
S, <, 7. 8 and t. Final limit, a4ips 4ev
Was a man of nerve but sickness left Nov. 1* taps 1./p.. ._............Port'rear.-ssym r...
11. _!! 2 o4p Ar. !aw
Its mark and he became aged before Gainesville Fla. On account of state .P'loam ; Ir.: ::.:::::::::L.t t-aiyiM.Berea.t.::::::: ::: :: i raps : taps IsanII

Y :Pound Hotel at $2 a Day in Florida. UptoDateClean his time. Sickness i> often caused bya reunion of Confederate Veterans. 11 :!.basbbo t .......__...(rra.le(8y.'.._........."j230trs k&tya
torpid liver. Herbine will regulateyour Rate of mile 25 11 lets atAyaa -f.-: :.....,.M's.t.Ulrlaaeooa..j' _It ..
ana Well Fumished Rooms and Plenty to Eat one cent per plus is : _
liver and give you health. Mrs. : Jp. >cr ;. .. _.A. 'J .-
Carrie Austin. Holloa. Kansas writes: sOdIL cents. Tickets on sale Nov. 12 and 11 loon s.- f.L.-..axt. Hie.._._..,,':_..... s*... i ID.ia..
13th. Final limit Nov. Hth. U ti It .. .
J6J0ll Ulm. ._ % 1
V. Jo SHEPAy5]\ PROPRIETOR. "I consider Herbine the best medicine I UMrni t;.(!onAt:.__...._'.1Ieaf.Jl4..n.:1Li= _.11., am_ i
I ever heard of. I am never without For any Information call on ticket aup.. II &e ....a.-4................. .A .i lop. ..tlloamU &ip
It." Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore agent or J. G. KIrkland. D. P. A. Tampa. 61.;.. -f i4o L.::=::.............iltosrui.i: -laps dam
u ales 8 .1_ -.-........... .. --.... ...... ._. Lv 1 Z1ps f tOa: _
JTa. ........._.. .1 ?
l2)taa ilpn orlie4re.....,. ? a ,.

.HOTEL WINDLE, 15.11.19| E. Forsyth Street: DID NOT CARE I Loa I i *,p .. ......-.E. N wu.e.-.........:..... rs 5 Ji241)aJa

A severe cold that may develop Into I lose Minn ............... fltMila. ............ .: It 1emr
TO SPEAK TOO SOONIt pneumonia over night, can be cured ili ..................-1."'- 1Md.. _........ .. "SeAs It"'-a'a
New and First-Class in all and a u.m C ao.- t ..........._....).n "'wpc....''.'.'.'.......... /a. lrs. :
from JIB OTet'tOO quickly by taking Foleys Honey U1oIopIa
;.- to SSO. a 5-mw C...ea .......__.........T1W.r._........_....... .. 10 r....
Is now generally conceded- by people different! records In stock to select Tar. It will cure the most obstinate &aa 41.... .._. ..__....... .IAWa. .................. litAss. nos->.
Appointments who know that the K1 Tropieo from. A. E. Burnett. the Jeweler, eziloslve racking cough and strengthen your == a44ea ::::;:::::::::-::::..Jes.ea.::.: : .: w-- :
Havana Smoker made In our own aap .Ptwrt. : :::: ::::::: b :;:
for Ocala. The Is in .
: lungs. genuine
agent a yellow
K ; 1 F.. It.v ................Ilob.Men e4.f
: 'g American Plan 2.00 to home town Is the beet smoker ev r package. 'For sale by all dealers. 4 4oa 7 tdpr. 1".f' Co...:_........... *aura t'oa_ tit tops t.pre
put on the market. I a lsaa a rays Para head,........a...... ......
r !r "'- $2.50 per day. Whether cigars are made in Tampa. MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS a 4s.m 5 41.ea >-alGa..................- 2taas Dryer

1ilf I l i European Plan boom,one Key West, or any other place makes Remington'Sholes '- AtEXTREMELY :=: :$bias q. 1-1'e::: :: ::: /lcdrrdl rwirsy. ...:::::=::::::::. a: = ;=

lr = no difference; It Is the quality of the 1 1;ea .44 r .............._. t I
:.11111'i''' person, 75& per day and tobacco that make a good amok and,. LOW RATESSOUTHERN 7 7..... ....... t" ......_......... wos....r. ..... ...'.. r .t. r.Ins.. t fTra z apor

; ... g;; in'' up. Special weekly ratea not the name of the town on the box OYT eosvtm Via i I 7 tans asst =Zoe.abm *r.:::::..::::::::. YY.:.....::::::::'. '::'Li! :Sass- f i= '

.v I II; Center City. Near all that the "green constitute band"es a and good take substitute Notice : TTi11trrris RY. tok:. !.:::.:::.::::.L,1 A, ::..:?-:::;:::ii.=. :..L--:::::..:.: it\ :'n :::::.1 11 aKSae* 'si .

4 1,1// ,l I; Car Lines. Open all the "
that Is offered
or one Just
yon Tea years ago was a g O O d typewriter FROM JACKSONVILLE 7 nerRPsrkrIor'oslralaJsal7t betnLaptsgat.gtsapLgeMY! .
Year Rooms with Bath .. good." a* there are none. Ply.yeses .wm better typewriter tixlly.seMi taf_ -
Our "Milo D -ro" nickel cigar (red -
Extra Charge. band and and fifteen i. the b*typewriter $44.70 San Francisco and Los Angeles I ".U.I .. 21 f n
) "Grand Royal ten { s..10a' j 1Rs.til w.U thoU
rra .UPGQ .
cent goods (blue band) reel no aw r.rwis CaL one way (second! class), on sale > Oral i i Erzrd 1"a.A. i! Oa/. } .t pear
further been y daily till Oct. Jlrt. t -I'_ __I-j .
Introduction having __J_
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor; Jacksonville, Florida. smoked for years by the best people $3&40 Hot Spring. Ark. on sal dally; I ;_.... 1.-.0-. C : _... I,...... ,',t.-atrJ.. .. ..A.- :iw.! :IOo4a'! i....
limit ninety days.U1.65 2'lets 14 V.n S 1 Cj a ant -iuw..I"! .-_ l..Ls 1 ... f2:2it..
thus from Depot and Steam ShipsTHE and pronounced the bestfor the ...,.., :: : 2taai
at.- 176sw i Coss !"h IW1oc-II .... .
sssi City of Mexico and return U.k-I i ats s1 Ells 4 arp
; .. ...... f
2 18.: t 44.
prk-e. 41 n um 4gym Alb ale Lary....... f ..
barer II Ss4 45.
Above brands are on sal at first i lad.slisralrytl eta,on sale Nor. 22 to 21th, inclusive! n tam 7I" l'4Raa ,.!.t.. .... -)02Tpwf .....1v.lar. II :era tt*pR
limit U days

< OCKLA W AHA INN class cigar Kl Troplco stands. Cigar Factory $1&25 Nashville, Tenn, sad return; I ., pEKL>siug A."D or..cwal'1L SfWSZllP CGXftCTKaS t tSYATfU. L
tickets on sale Nov 10 and 11; limit
Orals Fla Nor 18. Cfic C.osccti.a JWc st KUui .Uk f,6:;-P.:Jt'-0. S. S. c..,..,.

$9.25 Augusta Ga, and return tickets Havana rtwcca
A Pleasant, Homelike Hoax AN AWFUL COUGH CURED ; and Key Wegt. '
and 29 limit .
on saJe Oct. 27. 28 ; --
"Two our little girl hada MM. 9ovrlLGCLZ iaTn3r-1.a.
years ago
.;. : .... Elegant, Airy Rooms and the touch of pneumonia, which left her a,aw- --- $9.65 Columbia' S. C. and return: tick L..UT.7.. ........._ .,.114pas t i a..nA"ASa.T1Mand ra.._..12la.'a'

.. with an awful cough. She bad spells ..--slnsr ........./m err.. eta on sale Nov. 4 and S; limit "Nov. LY ArJa\"'c"POT.ttf.li1'.aJa.._., d". .3-.*...: a rs esos'J-8 ': I.e.Ar..n is E'::T'.J"T Tsy: Tl.sto, ,, t aq....
very Choicest Table Board. of coughing Just like one with whooping -etlw a.Ms.Istaro r.......cepsK ,. 1804. Aellavaxa.Tt.r.tayw.. ..... i3A. t .vMUI .F de.*..Tse.4a.l "L.... leaps w"1
7fF '. sa cough and some' though she would -.bssaR basM kry. -tr.e....... For Information regarding rate to '
Special RAta in Scmaier, to not get well at alL We got a bottle of Seat anywhere is the Csit.4 s aka a other points, apply to T. K. Megan C. oitioa&l Seiw.a Key west and Ilvana.LeLLYwEar.MoAare .
Chamberlains Cough Remedjr. which tea Gaya. teas to Lror. 14 saperoraty. P. and T A., James Fit --. X>. P. A. f rust.. 4. t.ulTlF1..7wdyn __
J1 Board acted like a charm She stopped -aeseits CUIWL: a aaa.soae koea.famts &ad Phone HI. Jacksonville. Fla. ax uaVi'A..Tac s u d.rutgs. : -s. !f AKltT *E.-f Tam>XKTiW:.:; .?.=
.: Weekly Monthly esreiiurepracatauve
coughing and got stout and fat. a tree Trains Odd.e. Passengers at S'SUe.. q Transfers.a :-
write Mrs. Ora Bussard. Erubater.HI. .!: .1"REM.MCTOR.SHOLES Many%ther attractive rater ._.___ --- '--, = = ---- -
ers. This remedy Is for sale by an For further Information apply toT n--T"..'I.........De Ua.r. ..1I1d11raT....ea .-.&_.,.erlsaddtytt- -
druggists. :f Majestic Building. Chicago K. McCALL r-lbs wrr.i +gtaws."I 1Iu. ari.-4III%'airy aJu--tat.e re oar s:+aesleeds.r
MRS. HATCHFT.l.. and Jaeksoowiiie. Flj. City Passenger acid Ticket Agent k'J'1"bsb ltrwloeoaMSwss)rrray..tasf-tvsw'iras,, : 'eeui rrly.eefvw.

w+ Hall racks all JAMES FREEMAN ; For the LOCAL-TIKE ..
for of Copjr'of CARD
I manner -- -- -- ----- Other lct>rast
& tktress.
from the most presumptuous to the District Passenger Agent. "SEE THE : "
., humblest Prices are decidedly right i fOI.E IIONEYANDT& 108 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla. TICKET AGENT. --

1 OCALA FLORIDA Try us and see. Ocala Furniture Co. I hi re. J1f.arl w Phone 743. I J. D. RAHNER. Asst. O qTI PASS. Aft. ST.. .AOOUSTL .-FLA..



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