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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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Volume 12, Nomber 120.


Fifty Cents a MoAth, $5 a Year.

G Fird __ j Your eyes are MubjeMt t s m-
Who Was a Playlio *f the Waves Off r Mr. W W. ondon il !.a. From Obtaining Membership in the K. different defets the bdy M d
Buckwheat Flour. thel Flo ridareiiia'bba.Lont Wetk's ,,la rge. ortof P7Those-,
B Fthe Fior da Ceag .. Weeks. o i;r bx of4e t s lb ; ,.to of P.--Those in May Stay in, But formative Whrees it l be e
Fearful Storm nlI finest stoRks 'of j. welrv. fine china No More May Enter f th mAot o gininsf Ab .
Roled Oats, an t-glasRs. musl and mu-&a. In- :n New Orianfs. Oct. !.-A 0 '.ni It is a t i I
Among ^ 'the p- r-truments. and good sn i th lines uu e I i .
g n- ," .** hip l- ; *4* ty carried y the st,,re. that thi, :anti-liquor statute was passed yester-
:. -,,, .,Jln I .;--, .f Sa:. 1. a a 'day by the Supreme Loge. Knights of games fee *
,.i'V h-, i < ,-ev-r .+sogIn. Any w:,e(-ial ,,rf]( S
Pa*n g \*. .- i, r A Pytias. and othe, e.e week. Ane
PI .;-vi, .I .t;d ake,- "l tIirild.ill I tThe new statute is expected to bar
ALm()Q k ,- ?h' -' :rvi'vr ::. : h-tr- ;, attention ity .1r. 4o)idon, and care- tfrim entry ll wholesale liquor dealers f
!tin a uesad thb yrh,- ii t le he and hotel keepers who run bars in ned glasss at yis age rehee th
Sprat-,fts Dog Caakes, -; rl 1, oi be o I..- .be~ei. ( -.A Mmt'tSIC -', ,, JewI n-.C. i th thet. '.h t hotels. from ht l. s the wtrai when- eleI :
Do, ,.ai Ke-v. during the- hur 'ian,- th',t With the sception of thee classes
SCooking i-itfl th.- ''?tirin anrl Fl,;ria c-aa-ss aill liquor de-alers were excluded by the near work. Many young peope e
WeSOn S C oo g ,, ++, k old statute which was superceded yes- glasses early in life to e
It i ... .::' ,n th. morning 'f, _terlIay. The new statute included pro-
N t ati s ad Citronll ,,-t. Is 1 hi' in th-. iin t.-*an t1, r.fai." '...-- ---- - fsslonal ganihlersg aloon keepers, bar- various forms of eyestrain, whisc i
T AR }i-: .1. *.,ad .- l,. i.*--t.ailders ts ers or dealers in rpirituoum. vnouo om a -
At TEAPOT GROCERYI wY.- ak-.t p*.o I.) v ton t.-.-:- the Md .* I5 .. mn. on the inorning other one he- v. as swimming anti o r malt liquors." t
__________ ,;. T. *..* N .m..N '" :-mriane- xi:h 1:..0 mn,. he- was clinging to the pLink for dear life. The The most important changes in the ashe. Jut think: It h bs pem
..,n..: ,- . .. ,ni;r 1 I;ot' N,1. 4. This ot gralet number pke up at any ti- new-reading are the substitution of the by.. --
n I7I* -:....... fl : '*. 1 *' *" l.".A i 'Iol t t 'iix pilinis'. which w 1r.- was 13. who d ihnprovid improvised a raft out r word "dealers" where formerly retail e ai t
',II ... p-,, o.r..i. .l" .r', ,,f ,''i' .n i"n,, ,lil rck to the depth of of the sioe- ,f the vessel. Mr. Dusen- de-al rs" and the dropping of the out of every 4 tht have h.ea
l.VER & MACKAY `-1 .: i.- VN :in. i.dn ',, h:1,l u fr .t 1, fet. ThE- n<-oring was bury wash dis.vered by the Austrian .lia.s e.s "honi fidf. hotel keepera"which
I p,'I ....r a:,.ith-,i ,ni j,;- |,^. ; ti\.- '"-t .it . 'an. I-y the- -ireaking of the ie:miner. Jciintie. and landed at Key the ,i.l law specifically mentioned as
FUNERAL DIRECTORS "inur .n"-ill" ,n-,h ,. h1 ,re .o "wa'Xtu r.y l-.%asf relt no m(rA than west-erigibl e. remeey, bechha tey CORWo CT Me
*[.~ ^^--~Y^wIadI tihr-,. ,out ill all. it th,-a ha,' b,-n popped. The ves- Todlay he will gj to St. Petersburg The new statute does not affect any EF TX W p y *Jd
YlkMu n-i i u,.l.-r--tani we I,.e- e high si dxri'tel in a i.outheasterly direction for a stay ,of a week with his family. who are already members of the order.'y
Undertakers and EmblH an ,lrsrv ..n i i. t,--h .'I this time- int.' the Gulf Stream and toward the He witrTtWhn return to his duties. The is no eye strain. When ye gat feay
not in tht- \\ at-er t; all: Th.. sky bl- tI.amas. tfne hour after reaching the mork. while tem:nporarily delayed, will MR. RHEINAUER'S PETITION i
D. E. McIVER ALFRED E. OWEN igan t,, g!,.,mn notn a Ilack as ink. ;n ;u:f Stre--,l. 'ith' seas breaking over not be seriously embarrasse d.
Undertakers ;then aill -if aa siolii-i th.- w in I cane he-r .' ,0 to ,1 fo.-t high and combing in -- To Charles Rheinauer, Esq: The un- and We me. I make a epecidly ef er
out gof t,,i- *;Gulf a'th a r .We!. w:Lt'or of "lt) fathoms, the craft was THE TEXAS WONDER derrsigned citizens of Ocala residing in!
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes -ir that ::.- ',-at .u. t waltz.-.l A,'"ite i *-. Thil- men were then Cur.s all ki'lney. bladder and rheu- the second ward. respectfully petitionti- eyes who ethe r fr-
,*" '\\11 i lh,--. -ulh >ff the key right out 1-ft to, far'- f.,r the-n-i't.lves. The lum- natic troubles. Sold b; all druggists, you to become a candidate for coun- faction guaramtsed, or eomy rfied
All Work Done by Liynsed Em.- ln'o ,,ri- ;ulft *lra'. gg:i- t wine three ,"r of I' tuiithoseblat \\ as very light ,r two mrnth's t'-atment by mail for cilmnan from ward two. at the election ed. My referees are the
balmers and Fully GuaranteedIM :,.:,. I .nI -o .. 1' i V itli her a;nd m,,-t lirablel and in view of the $1. IDr. F.'. \V. ill. '92 6 Olive street, to he he-ld Dec. 11th 1906.
S In-i .-' t.. f.,.1-I u' ,*r.v-" l,.,.,l f- t s' r:y flud re-st anld safety cling- si. ['uits. M,. Send for testimonials. (. S. Scott. I uiis R. Chazal. Those. have relieved.
f u! I: fr.- ;, \\, l i'e :, r'.ckage. Other metn before S,,,l in Oralat by the Anti-.Monnopo.I. Sexton. J. M. Meffert. B. E. Rayor. T.
.. vi, r- 1. .1. vervthint tI! n t ,','wned were Drugstore. W. Troxler. W. S. Jewett. Leon Fishel. l DR. D. M. WMOEY,
A Choice Stock ... T. furniture hir.., <; V..ti-n t,. death .y timbers be- A. Brown. Gen. \V. Davis. J. T. Cohen. Eyeight Spo list. OptI P
,r,.tmi v.:v l', : .' :.n1 pr't.v in Lhul-..l against them. Thus far of BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE LOTS, Chas. V. Miller. G W. Martin. E. P.
FAff B 1 on thi t 1 to" t il t'-il' 1.1 tnl i whi'o we ith him. only CHEAP Thahard. Z. E. ChambliZs. A. W. Brid- 2 and 4 Gary Buildi OaA F
SfAft e, O r Ate, -. .;.! ii-t.t-n abo.,ut tihre... 7: htae .P'-ehn u;,. and as far as he ges. X. V. Persey. Lee Miller. Henry
Sr.iles iout. I I -,..':, s;,.y. th,. ,Pl thing ," l' "ly i out f th- 210( workmen l wo of the resilence lots, Soden, ('has. K. Sage. T. B. Snyder, J.
And Mutt n ,.. i.. n.,r-: k u'.. It '\;iasi awful then.* nhvt l-n ,.'".,,une for. fr,-nt on llff.-recnt stree-ts, in the vory s. Jewett. J. F. Williamson. D. ..
-'t,. Ti:- ,' .. like r.t in a The su.uvi\.'r ats in the water about choice-st residen,'e part of the cit'., for Smith. W. W. 'Condon. E. E. Robinson,
trap. Th-. 1 lii'nt h.4. alynv .chanc.e 11 hiurs.' T'-n iof these hours he was sale cheap for cash. Inquire at this A. E. Gtrig. F. Van Hood. H. S. Cham-
Vegetables, Fruits, Po...Itry, to .-t i r.1 hr .i.v-n ntithing s oat, Ii .*1 i'(e of \reckagoe. The office. hers. A. J. Brigance. W. .L Hodges. B.
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and to .l bui ,.;it f.r a -h4an-.-. First F. Borden. E. L. Parr. C. Peysr. C. M.
Choice Fresh Faml r e **n,, ',i" fall w"a vi, tih-n part Livingston, F. E. Weatherbee. Jas. B.
Choice Fresh Famil Grc f an,,th.-r. th,-n .- ,m, pL:anks from the Carlisle, Jr.. C. E. Nelson. H. B. Clark-
eries, always on hand from sides. .\Me and i. ni.e other i.-tin. mnon A L L E N B R ID G E S son. Herbert A. Ford, D. W. Davis, H.
which to do your marketing. th a t h;i naie Mcl:ie. fro,,, W* A. Daniel W. H. Powers,. C. C. Carroll.
which to doyourmarketing. Y- -k. -r in the u r R.L. A rs.n, R. Carroll, I.
'end or bring us your or ithor. hAngin r on t, anything. I had Di)spenser of Gottlieb. R. E. Yonge. Jno. Dosler. J. *
*111;1, "l -f:1 'ol' tit iln a stHail, in a R MaoHorhead. H. J. Precht. R. D. Ful- ,
pers and win dae ,ief ha ,ta- what i a ved my I Pure Ice Cream and Cold Drnks ler. (. L. Bittinger, G. R. Troxler, Cha. s
prompt attention life-. when -he iinli vy vent to pieces e and ld Phillips. A. L Izar, B. H. Clark.
we- wei all huck. >itl into the sr fl FDavid S. Woodrow, J. W. Hood, W. I0 RINGS. WATCUg
W E SM ITH and giot pretty hadlv knck,.d about. Clark. Arthur Masters, H. D. Palmer, CHARMS
W E. SM ITH. ButI hn,,n n to that rope. F l Line of a1 Populari lands of Cigars. M. pshel. r. D. Bryan. R. W. Whlte- CHAINS, CUT aflm
1Some of them lasted pretty long. side, C Camp, EdFward Holder, Wm. HI
No. 98 North Magnolia St. There wa- a door alongside of me with Come ill hd enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under Anderson.
nine ien on it. M1cHride was one of As[ usz .
Phone 132 them. A big wave chucked a bit of the electric fans. Don't forget the place. FAIRFIELD GUARANTEI D CLOCES
lumber at us. andl it got some men on ---d --
-- another pIie-e of wreckage just after, A *Rh a The furnishings of the Methodist U
grazing my heaild. But I hung on. The E EPARLOR church have been somewhat improved
DISTILLED WATER-Frn 0liv gy water kept going high over us, and one i recently. Services are held there om ALL KINDS O REPAMIUM.
minute' I hlkokl at that door and the' Nex to Munroe & Chambliss' Bank. the second dSunday. both morning and
Fellows otin it. and a minute I looked | Nx to Mgnroe & amDi8ss' Bank.Ulight.
and she was upside down. and the poor Mr. John Younge and Miss Leila
Beggars were gone. That was all I O'Rear were arrived at the Prby-A A,
Z U seen of them. except that McBrideT TTT terlan church last Sunday night. The
Sbobbed up and I tried to reach over church was well crowded.
I Z and catch hold of him. so he could get I Mr. J. A. Walker, of Georsga, met ---
0a grip again, but a wave got in be- his brother of Dunnellon here last
Sp tween us and he was washed away. night. C.J. PH I LLIP
S"It was about 2"'ok In the morn- Mr. W. J. LAohig went to Jakson
"t- u a he .,. wa --~e awoy. IDon't think for a minuet that we have goneon businee. Wtdp o B,
ing when the storm struck us. andaI! e Dt d om.
OCALA ICE FUEL CO, Ocala, Fla. floated about on that bit of timber Out Oi the Fu1 taue7 B ines in tOcala. We Mrs. McQualg and granddaughter,
until nearly 3 o'clock next afternoon. Miss Belle Nettles, were here Wednes-
when El Paso pic'kedl me up off the are here to stay and have some exceptloea4Iy day. Piani and *peMillses FPndlki
Pfl 'tt ieat S AppliA Frenehman'. Reef in th9 Gulf^. AI N ITRE Mr. Willie Cribbs of Naxnat, i here U9Mi II---ft
lecl u he worst of my troubles were the to O in FURITURE d all at work on the railroad amaln.
shark-z. They swarmed around me all inds Of HOUSE FURISHINGS both new ad L K. Bdwards of Irvlne and 129 M
I have a well selected stock the time.- citing eve'r nw and then. a Miss Edna Gatrell were at Mrm. Dr.
But whenever they turned to open; SeCOnihwad. Gatrell's Wednesday.
of Electric Fans. in both the their. jaws. the-y got lond of the long Mr. Peegee of York -was here with
general Electrc Co. andnail the otto i f, the plank, ani Our holiday line is 'omrg in and t Mr. Anderson Tuesday. --
General ecti Co. and the w dew off in a hurrv. ,ef course. I had i f-
We 1ti lghou Amake. The lat.-i t io i,' l.1, t.. while ,til' ls ,l. ie many rare bargains inbeauIat goods. Give HUMAN BLOOD MARKS A\
ter cst a little more, but re. -'th'k :he :.nil', l,iin I r. as inh- s a call and we will save you money. A tale of horror was told by marks t UL t
inrc about. <'vn i oile the sharks was of human blood in'the hornet of J. W.
quIire less current to opXrat'e trying to ,in-'. v n, u,, th. ..: a .nt A P ITM AL &W S 0wiams, a wel known merchant of
t fight it out ti t he fini.-h. i's. got|l Bac. Ky. He writes: "Twenty years LU
Ith(mll. I als carry in stock t ot t,,,i ,,,-... ,.,ii,, h.k I a r |ll ago. I had severe hemorrhages o the OE
Fancy (;lobes. light. w ,,,riea..nd 7 1cn-. I n,.-dir th, liie M lungs. and was near death when I be-
n (f.o lhem. li l jnt kI l't it u m. e ran taking Dr. King's New Discovery.
I ighltW, ,t. -I ant.,,t ,,,, b,,-,"-he ',,,k, THE FURIITURE MEN. ,It completely cured me,, and I have re-
dig .\n ,.,c'nically r at his Iilue Jeans anm ,nailned well ever since." It cures
All kni'ds of electrical Uwork ,,..'ieec.-li-ihut I I j rei n. ... F N. MEN. Hemorrhages. Chronic Coughs. Set-
"l i f l will .lr.' l me -'h nsu;""i ion "Ni I can te - - -, Colds and BronadBochitis, and Is th-' R A il
and reiairing done ait rca ,- get bd-k ti 'irk i MA R I FA R M onlCy known cure for Weak Lun-. Ev-
able prices. under a full guar. --- -. da nd $ ti -
r AN ENGINEER'S EXPERIENCE lv A IrFAt se. 50c and tb trial bo JA E C h m 1.
---< aIte'. If your lights aro 0111'le free.
of fix. or u ,. iil>g W. P. HDuseBoer4ry TOln e o He (INCORPORATED) SLOW ROUND TRIP RATES VIA THE troubles. Noopiates. SNo-acoholic.
vo r of House Boat 4, Tells His (INCORPORATED) Atlantic Coast Line Railway (oodforeveTrybody. Soldeverywheun.
Walte% Trr. T A T GENERAL LIVERY A"^uusta, G. o onefar
W\" T'. i'.<,l.use .. f St. I'.- t-.-lturg. 27th. 2?th anl 29th. Final limit Nov. aYUwd4pXacae. efMmbft t .

the iti it-i.ngine,,-r Ih% t :i,- in ,.harge FINE CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, 15th. Prehd elly fy
of ti.- -n.i i i.r .k : I .,n nKey 'TRAPS, CARRYALS $19.30 Nashville, Tenn. Rate of one Foley A COepgany. @i
otn the Fl-.ti.!i 1 .1-t T-.,.t-.nt.n PS, CALLS, fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale FOR SALE BY ALL DEAlERS
at the time of the huirr ,,.. regz- SADDLE HORSES, ETC. Nov-. 1th and.llth. Final limit, No-
istered at h.- Hiill -ic'r> h I.'- List vember 18th.
S K1 night. Mr. li is'-.nioury t~-it.- irst ir T 7A $12.70 Columbia, S. C. Rate of one fare
EAT A L nim;n pikel ,.f thos-. ,,hi ,.vi- h-et F l V EHICLIES, a & A HOROSE rplus 21 cents. Tickets on sale Nov. J. Zsk'm ha
adrift lI thi-,- it L ,ng Key. 4th and 5th. Final limit, good to
YOU A NTW with 4S ,thers. li.. was ...,l HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE leave columbia midnight of Nov. W" *
mile- from thn. iah:ena m l.nk:.-. H, was H-iORSE.S BOARDED BY THE MONTH$3.30 Jacksonville, Fla. Rate one far
the first ,f those ad.rift t,, ian,] plus 25 ents. Tickets on sale No-
Then take a do.-e -f ZLV's member, 6, 7, 8ad 9. Fn
IIU-mo Elixxta andi vou 1U1, uer at K-y i't'st after the stormn. He A COBB Genera Mana .em r 5 8 and 9. nal lmt
no inconiven,e- en eV"tthough %,u git-s an inntir-,-stintr ai-''tnt of the A- C. C B, GOen r. Nov. 11. l ai arntd
are a confirm t"wtic. disaster. Gainesville, Fla. On account of stateeed for
35 years has proven To the Trili,:n- imani hle ,c--lar-1 the reunion oif Confederate Veterans. twice a8 hOg AS Other.
Ssoran was nth wAors t he had ever seen Rate of one cent per mile plus 25
s^rn a nd was one r of th.- \\ht th e pople v1ents. Ticket on sale N.ov. 12 and
LEDO1 EUXIR I,',,) ,)i the t:a,.. i,, ,.ha. ,x,-rie need. I,13th. 'Final limitN. o-. 16th Se'-HMa. .a- -
LEMO ELX1R'.trange t say he on'rel eanti ma-
to be the grettt remdy for in- .onrv ork. whih hii bten tompleted For any Information call on ticket
dige'stion and dioorders of the a not :tffetied ly the avy seas or agent or J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A. Tam-
tv,,imach. lier and bowels err a accompanying gale-. I'inmediat.-ly after I I 1 2 and 13 InTc Rollem pa, Fla.
offered to the pu liyu. landing at Key VW-st. he ,uk passage
Ty it one and vu"'- n1- 1 i tug1 ;1i-went l.., k tI-ng Ke y A ian y win' Tu real t t
4"p0"c;"'" "t':er""bottl eat"' t SYRUP KETTLES IN 80 AND 80 GALLONS win anytu -in teseu reze thst tosuS
rug st..**t.. number of ni.n to it, M ,,, h,:pital. strengthh. with mind and body In ture.
i cnvI' ll 'f thA n',li" t-N.g t- witd- t.crr suhr A car each of Sash, Doors and Blinds ust received A Lan r w n with disordered dl- f
a pLce ii. l g K 'ey ws the ,.n''-, ,,, I nt i h f eOt Bany t t Jdio r
of the .stir an-i in .., 'co andwe make special prices on them. Big stock of Shot' da'y work' r a 'y's play. How can'
in .. ... t,. th, , .i ., ..l,tl,:y r I ... they exp-t to wi: Kodl for yspep-
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EVENING STAR by .!ocal p.ate"on., as they aan,.to
t reach the diseased portion of the err.
C. L. SITTINGER & CO. There Is only one way to cure deaf-
nMr. 0. T. G .e Shows That You Ai. i ness. and that is by constitutional
-- LMr. O. T. Green Shows That You ArY remedie.. Deafness 1i caused by an Conteroel of the Clyde Comepeay Buys
C. L. Bittingr and R. R. Carrel Reading in a Bad Light When You inflamed condition of the mucous lin- All the Matlery Sleips and Roua
Proprietors and Pubabers. Accept Statements Without Investi- ing of the Lustachlan Tube. When New York. Oct. 27.-The control of
--- Ngation. this tube is inflamed you have a rum- the Mallory Stenshi Une has been
C. L. TTINGER.ttetio clld to lt- bling sound or Imperfect hearing, and old to Charle W. Mors
Editor and General Manager of ghts. published in when it i entirely closed. Deafness Im The deal involves between $4.004.0
an ter of Mr. L . Light's. published Inis the result. and unLe-s the inflamma- land S.000,000.
the dfala Banner. dated the 19th of: tion can be taken out and this tube h or Ln orats em
R. R. CARROLL, -October. which is so full of errors as to resnred to its normal condition, hear- ve,- Mail bLine opera s steam
Cy itor and Buanager. alaries ar am-urts aiid by the va- in will be destroyed forever. ,Nine Key West and Galveston. states t a, ,Ipe!!ate courts that it cases out of ten are cauid by Catarrh. wMorst eis t ready Gaheontrolig
..... nig issrsy mut b misleading. His'he controng I
nfist error iry that the clerical help f which is nothing but an Inflamed con- spirit in the Clyde Line. between Newi
DEMOCRATIC TICKET he error o uhat tho clerica help of ditlon of the mucous surfaces. York and South Athantei Coast points.
Sthe supreme court of Florida is paid We will give One Hundre- Dollars It is reported that the Morse Inter-
Plr Member of Congress. First District by the state. and is $5.(00. This is in- f.,r any case of 1De..fness (caused by ests propose to increase the number of
STEPHEN M. SPARKMAN crect. Tne clerk of the supreme Catarrh) that cannot be cured byships on the line.
oTEPHEN M SPARKMAN curt receives frvm the state $1200 a Halls Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-'hi oth-____n
SJusice of the ureme the typwrter. 120 a year the lars. free. F. J. Cheney & Co.. JULIUS CAESAR
1-Ab Justice of thf Supreme Cnourt Ijmitor. who ac;s as librarian. gets Toltddo. Ohio.
CHARLES R PARKHILL. $S.,. The law provides for a steno- Sold by druggist.. 75c. Take Hall's Wa' a man of nerve, but sickness left
JAM 1 1. WHITFIELID. irapher at $Se00 per year. but at pres- Family Pills for constipation. Its mark ard he bocamne aged before'
ent no stenographer is employed, his time. Sickness is often causedd by,
>r Rail'.a-! .,nmission4.r Mr. Light says that North Carolina The corner stone of the new S0.000!a torpid liver. Herbine will regulate
NEWT.N A. HLITH'I jays tih*. supreme curt judges $3010 courthouse for Marion county was laid your liver and give you health. Mrs
R. HULDS. N DRR. ach. or 99u'o. North Car lina has five with imposing ceremonies on the 17i Carrie Austin. He.llon. Kansasm writes:
--supreme court judges, and at 3000 a inst. In honor of the event, the OcalaI "' consider Herblne the best medicine
VIr State Senator. Twentieth District year they would get $15.000. He says Evening Star issued a special edition I ever heard of. I am never without
D. H- BAKER. that South Carolina pays her chief- profusely illustrated with pictures of It." Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
justice. $3400 and associate justices, Marions progressive citizens and brief store.
FVr the Houre of Representatives $3200. and clerical help. $3200. South sketches of their lives. It wa a lne
GE.RGE G. MATHEWS. 'arolina has four supreme court paper and worthy of all praise.-Punts HEARST CANDIDATES
EDWARD WARTMANN. Judges. who are I aid $!o4 per annum. Gorda Herald. SHOVED OFF THE TICKET
Hie says Texas pays her three supreme
For County Jude Court judges$ 40 a year and that the THE TRUSTEES' PLAN new York. Oct. 27.-By a decision
Forounty Judge total appropriation for the court isT in the appellate division of the i1-
J..sEPH H. BELL.820.000. and that 400 cases are aced Ask to pay for drainage enly theoe prem court yesterday every one of the
len. He says that Florida judges get $31000
For Tax Collector each. and 5000 for clerical help. mak- people who will be enemfied; not those Independence League organization mn-
EPHRIAM L. CARNET. ing $23.000. and only 200 cases are living outside the drainage district. didates for th assembly, senate and
acted upon. These statements are congress, with six exceptions. were
For Tax Assessor very misleading. Taking the year 1904, THE OPPOSITION PLAN thrown the ticketannot ruand. under the
ALFRED AYER the only one in which the reports are Make the whole state pay for drain- Independence League emblem.
opinions in 129 cases. If it acted in ing lands belonging to rich land syn- The Independence League att-rney
For County Treasurer n Oannounced that an appeal would be
other cases it was to refuse jurisdiction dicates.
THOMAS E. PASTEUR. and without opinions in which com- taken at once to the court f appeals
paratively little labor is required. From WHICH IS THE at albany.
Fbr Roard #of Pubic Instrue- June term 1905. to June term 1906. the FAIR PROPOSITION? WOUNDS, BRUISES AND BURNS
ionf Florida supreme court wrote 164 opin-
ISAAC STEVENS ions. Moreover the Florida supreme The first one, of course. Vote for the
andmt IBy applyini an antiwptl dreqIng
B. R. BUITCH. court does not pay $5000 for clerical Drainage Amendment. to wounds., ruise, burns and l.e
J. S. GRANTAMX. help, and not much more than half t f b le
that sum. In Texas there is a court LEGAL NOTICES thnjurey may he heaInfammation u et inr-
For Me-nber Board of County Com- of criminal appeals, whose three judges -- the ma heabout one-led thout mhe tira
missioners ,ge' $4000 a year. and an intermediate R. L. Martin is applying in the required by the old treatment. Tis
WI..IAM J. CHAMBERS. court of civil appeals consisting of five Dunnellon Advocate for tax deeds to is the greatest discovery and triumph
JAMES M. MATHEW'S. divisions of three judges each. whose issue on the following lands on Dec. ,of modern surgery. Chamberlain's
SAMUEL R. PYLES. salary is $3500 per year. The appro- 1. 19. : Pain Balm atonthis same prin
NORMAN A. IN)RT priation in 1.i5 for the two courts. N. of sw1 except swki of nwk of Pi. Baln as on t same P -
CHIARLES W. TURNER' namely: Surern-e court and Court of swL4s -c 24. tp 15 r 22; w4 of neA ple" It uI an antiseptic and when ap-
Appeals. six judges, was $41.870. and and now, ,of swi. see 32. tp 15. r 23; plied to such injuries. caue-s them to
*+'r Justice of th. Peace Fl''., DiS'rit for all of the atipelate courts. $10-1.32.. &sw% of sw's of se4 except 21: acres hea ve" quickly. It also allays the
A- A. IILL'K. arie. 462. Laws of 1903. The total sal- on n side, sec 15. tp 16, r 23: n,'% of pain and soreness and prevents any
A LLOK. arises -f the app;ate judges in Texas ts of s.14 sec 15. tp 16. r 23: se% danger of bl poisoning. Keen a
I,.9.. 1. ) "',, r .*annunm. off !wr-% o f ls.e sec 1-. tp 1i r 23:; ne bottle of Pain Balm in your home and
l'or <',<-tal,;e First Ilstr, t These tgures ar-i given to r.'but the of net.4 oof nn'., oe 16. tp .14 r 23; lot it will save yvu time and money. not
<'I W. SMITH. inf,.rt-ne of Mr. LUght's letter that the exce'-t 3 ths n and s by 10 che e and to mention the inconvenience and suf-
-- ... appIeliate business. ,of Texas i. done by w in nw c,,r sec 1. tp 17. r 23. firing such injuries entail. For sale
a court -of three judges. at a cost of The is assessed in the names of T. by all drug!ists.
BOARD OF TRADE MEETING $ .W Hemming Land and Iam-
Two years aiie the state of Georgia pr-vernent CIo.. A. E. Ackerman, C. J. RACE TROUBLE IN FRISCO
Monday night at the city council ,increased the salaries of her supreme Heck'ina. ,'. ('. Ogden. J. H. Fox. and
r.,orn will be an important one. So court judges to $4000 per annum, and parties s unknotwon. d&wtf Tle people are trying to keep the
important to the interest of every citi- recently established an intermediate Japanese out of their schools, theaters
en of iOal, t'att the board invited ev- court of appeals rof three judges with "If you are not now getting The and restaurants, and international
Ssalarlem ,.f $4 0 each. Alabama pays. Sun, printed in Tallahassee and pub- trouble may result.
r-y citizen to we prrent. whether a her seven supreme court judges a sal- fished everywhere, you don't get the
emrnber of said body or no;. At this ary of 53600 per annum. full and correct light on things. Write This Will Interest Dyspeptics
meeting Mr. Charles' Rhinauer will. It costs more to live in Tallahassee premium and clubbing list. Subscrip- Any druggist will give you back 50
read sever I letters. pertaining tothan it does in more northern states, tion price $2 a year. Ask a Sun read- cents (purchasing price) if Tyqer's
r gad an],sn letters, pertaining toa lrhaps p. -r cent. more than in North or what he thinks of The bun, then 'Dyspepsia Remedy fails to rellere or
e.'werage anJ sanitation, He will state ~Carolina. The cost of living has in- send in your subscription. Better do cure dyspepsia, or indigestion or their
what be learn-l! while north this creased more than 50 per cent. since it today. symptoms. bad breath, bad dreams.
summer in bringing the matter ,of our 172. when the salaries of the Florida foul taste, constipation, hawking.'spit-
underground ,ewamrage before compe- supreme court judges were fixed. Six ting. acid or gas on the stomach. dizzy
tent authority. This is a %ital and far 'of the ablest of the Florida supreme Alonzo Walkers a well known char- sells. heart flutter, pains in stomach
reaching *,u ti.,n. effe,-s everyboIly court judges have left the court within- ,. -n Oa. dei Tama few days side or back. extreme nervousness.
and every ,Aly should be interested and tn ears base the alary in- al year. died n Tampa a few ays belching. Tyners Dyspepsia Remedy
be present You certainly want to adequate, namely: Raney. IAddon. Car- aio. He %%as a general favorite with the cur when all else falls. so don't be
knowrwheiheT you are usingopure or i abr a public anduhis cheerful greeting and curewen aelse s dn e
know whher are uing pur ter. Mrr ,. Maxwell and Glenn. Such nt discouraged. It rengthensv weak 1
d-npure water. If yu a:.- too Indif- then as had families found them- earthy laugh will not be soon for stomachs. The star of hope for all
ferrnt to learn. you are no worthy of selves unable to pay expense and gotten. dyspeptics. Cures the worst case
citizenship 'r:n out and take a; educate their children. Those of them D ,)ruggists or by express,. 50c. Circu-
thand In de .rmining the question. who have back to law practice Pound. raisin and itron cake, at thelar free. Tyner's Remedy Co., Augus-
are making more than twice the sal- O. K. Grocery. ta. Ga.
The A. C L "short" went dwn yes- ary of the supreme court judge. A wise
terday aftern-mn with only a combina- ,people will not desire to have a court Frank T. Cullens. the well known
tVoo car and the car was so crowded of last resort from which the best and J fE J ACE Jacksonville hotel man. died In New
that white and colored people were most active lawyers are to be excluded York Friday, as the result of an op-
packed and jamed regardless of color. be,-use of the fhe te 8U efclued SU= N eration.
and others hanging on to the steps and ary. A wise peple will desire the L' U R 01
standing on the ,latflorms. Now. what best law years on its court of last re.- O lk fflce suppiles of a s all kinds, and
*s the matter with the 500 new cmaches sort. and so will every wise man. The 0C UpSWairs, CDOercil BDBk DM blanks a specialty, at the Ocala News
the A 0. L. railway received at Jack- adi;*tin of the s'alar- amendment will F Company.
souvil!" the other day' It occur< to not add on- io'ti to the present rate OCALA, FLA.
uas that the Homrnosass run is entitled of taxation. Foley's Honey ana Tar cures the
to one new cmach in a generation. and Supreme court judges by virtue of a C most obstinate coughs and expels the
especially s.. when It has no better their situation and duties are excludl- _______cold from the system, as it is mildly
than at present. Th.-re is no better e, fro mmaking money in business laxative. It is guaranteed. Do not
parting branch of the line thit this one pursuits. It the" are not rich. at the TT I TITIT risk taking any but the genuine in the
from Oca'. to Ho'.issat via Dun- present salaries. they must expect to R SH AR IYALS yellow package. Sold by all dealers.
twelioD _die paupers. This is n.,t a pleasant
fat. which Mr. Light insists shall be LOW ROUND TRIPS VIA THE
There sej.-s liCt d ,ubt that that of the J dges of the supreme
the constitutional am-ndment to in- court who are not in indetendant cir- QUAKER OATMEAL LOUISVILLE t 1ASHyILLJK RAILAY
crease the ala.;ry ,.f our j410gef will be cunistances.
ratfied. They are the poorest paid The Flnor,!a supreme court is up; QUAKER PUFFEC RICE The Louisville & Nashville Railroad
men in the ibLi. servicece. and receive with its .1i.. ke" and att'n'ling "o all .-:, . ... ....... ...,,. T, .-

a ala-y fixed t int. years ago. not- the busineS..s that conms betre it. KINGAN'S COUNTRY CURED HAM .. vuie to pointsi" tshow on.. da.i. -
"ta + .eisouv'rlie to points shown on dates in-
mithetandin actual living expenses WNhat n ,,re *,an be dema.nd-d' ARMOUR'S STAR HAM poinatl low rates
tave increa-se-i than frty per O. T. Green ARMOUR'S STAR HAM licted. low rates
, Green fm other points.
IS THE MOON INHABITED SWIFTS PREMIUM HAM $38.40, Hot Springs, Ark, and return.
Those Ivi wh be!ivte th:t the lands Tick'ts on sale daily. Final return
o., 1w bwn-rit.l I sh.f-i t-ear the '>ur- S.i.nce r ha' p,rven that the m".,n iSWIFT'S BREAKFAST BACON limit 90 days from date of sale.
den ,of th- tlrainatge t.x. should also |h .s an atosrl which makes life FulE inforMation. schedules, time ta-
vote for the d-rainage amendment to in sme form sible -n that satell;te: SWEET GHERKIN PICKLES bless. etc.. 11 furnished promptly
the constitute n A .te against the but not f..r human beings. Niho have a ; n application. G. FE. HERRING.
drainage cn. an.endmnent r rd ii. .n thi t ,rth : a. Pass Agt, I. & N. R. R..
means tha, tl- v.bter desires to be 'r-. espe, al:v ti,11 :.:. a..';: kro: g 11 W. Bay St Jacksonville, Fla.
taxed. together w ith aAi the taxable that Electric Bitters cure Headache.
propertyy -.f th,- tate. f r the purpose Bilitrusness. Malaria. Chills and Fe- 174 MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS
of draining the lanls ,.f nine ctri-ora- ver. Jaundice. Dyspepsia. Dizziness. w At
tims. Torpid Li'er. Kidney Complaints. -- EXTREMELY LOW RATES
If ,-u want to see the latest in thi General Debility and Female Weak- Via
hIf ,u want to l s the latothn the nes s. nequaillS as a general Tonic R emV
ash litne step int. th Teapot and Appeiz-r for weak per.Rons and s RV
Srovery. It beats a sewing machine 1peally fr the aged. It ind1ees OU
antd ioni.s earcutting .uttin the- 'n- und sleep. Fully guaranteed by Ty- FROM JACKSONVILLE
type in its rfecting an ,c. ,In th ,dings & Co., druggists. Price only c. --T -
5 thcuw of Jake Brii n. "'It ,an t11,,% .*IS I 44.70 San Frainc and LeeAnges
erytblng in taking in money. counting ............ SanFand Lo A....les.
-~ I ILL

--V, .1. ----1!, A TIMELY REMINDER
out change. making ot:t bills, receipt- !____
ang for same. except ta:k." and that it In a rec nt letter to 'he rress ,-n
will be able to do if it stays aroundthe rae ustion. Hon. W. H Fm-
Jake any length f time It cost $0" mIg. of Augusta. Ga-. a distinguished
Citizen of that state, who commands
APPEARING OLD wide resf.-ct. said among other
things: "It is just as necessary for
us to encourage gpxtd negroe- a. it
s/e to I t t 1 P a ~is for us to puni-h badi ones. Tht re

Tr eammot afford to grow old.
Ia those days of strenuous comrzetmtion
It mlea wy to matain, as long as
pepeAt oem youthful appearance.
It Is toapseble to do this without re-
taning a lauxrious growth of hair
7%0 presence of Dandruff Indlcate the
pre-m ce of a burrowing germ which
we ;and thervr on the roots of the
hair unti It causes total baldnem

are hundreds to be encouraged to ev-
ery one to be punished." This is a
timely reminder of a plain fact and a
plain duty which too many of us are
prone to forget in denouncing a whole
race for the siss of a few.-LJve Oak

A severe cold that may develop into
Sneumonia over night. can be cured

Tem Yom s ee wass agood typowtiter
Todays eo is t beetrtypew-itw

Br fte ba

Cai-.. one way (second class, on ase
daily till Oct. 21st.
$38.40 Hot Springs, Ark., on sale daily;
limit ninety days.
$61.A City of Mexico and return; tick-
ets on sale Nov. !! to Z&th. inclus-
ive, limit 6S days.
$1c25 Nashvi!!e, Tenn, and return:
tickets on sale Nov. 19 and 11; limit
Nov. 18.
$9.25 Augusta. Ga. and return; tickets
on sale Oct. 27, 28 and 29: limit Nov.
15. 194.
$.5 Columbia, S. C., and return: tick-
ets on sale Nov. 4 and 5; limit Nov.
9. 1909.
For information regarding rates to
other points, apply to T. K. McCall C.
P. and T. A.; James Freeman. D. P. A.,
Phone 743. Jacksonville, Fla.

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N 1-Good five-room cottage oa nice lot near In ,ton h'-klawaha
Aienum'. house can easily be added to. Cheap ut.. .. .. .... .... 1,200
No. '.-Splendid eight-' i 'co, two- story reside ncet on Sanchez street,
Second \Ward. has buth jtl arwiti hal I. a gooid tw'o-room servant .'"house
two tire places. separate ytuds. etc.. good two-story harn. buggy
shed. three box stalls, goil chicken house, storage house ai'dt wood
het-d, a gnod cistern and well and city water il bath. All in good or-
.!er. on large lot facing two stieets. Cheap at .... .. .. .. .. ....$1,600
No. 3.-;..,d two-story six-room house. wide halls., one east of
post offic-e. on corner. In good condition. $'o50 cash. balance in two
years. per cent. Interest. Price. ...... ... . .. . .. .... .. ..$1,000
No. 4 -- l14 acres loand. 30 acres clear-d1 and ,cultivated. hailance woods;
se*tie go4il timlher. A big bargain... . .. . ... ... .....300
No. r5.--A goe'd tive-room cottage, nic1 lot on Tus.-.e'viia sitre't. near
O 'klaia aha Avenue.. ....... . .. . ... .. ...... .. .. .. ..$1,100
No. 6 -Very pretty lot. 70x13R. on Fo rt King Avenue. In (,ary Grove.
Higt barg in. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .... .. $550
No 7. -Coulle of nice five-room cot tages. nice lot, etc., in Second
Ward. Price.......... .. .. .. .... ..... ... .. .. .. .. .....$1,100
No. F.--Good two-ftory ten-room h house in Fourth Ward. very desir-
aulle for boarding house: n I ly painted and roofed; good cistern, good
lot. etc. Very cheap.. ... .. .......... ................. 1,000
$S00 cah:; balance easy.

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Odd! Fellows m,-*t Tuesdcy night. wants atkany and all times. Our plen-
S_____ did line of holiday jewelry is arrtv-
Swiss cheese at the 0. K. Grocery. 'ing almrnst daily, and many pretty and
new goods are now in- Call and see
\VANTEI)-Y'oting laly to assist in us and talk over your wants for the
.torr,.. O, ala Music Co. holiday sea-,n. We car help you.
..... Fr ed G. B_ Weihe. The Jeweler.
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,look the h;,ane..;:mli- display of millinery
that Mr. K. in !s carrying. He has
Sver 7,*') rim.:n.*i hats now in stock.
Sof ;h,- tery late.-t designs and pat-

tMr ,S. 1. Sr.S-,k went to Redddick to- The banJd \\\l -ive a co.-vert in the
li t, .-.- Mir. A. B Rou. w ho is sick. city hat!l park Sunday afternoon.
-K-,d;k tirne. W.e have everything in NEW GOCOS ARRIVING.
h. !e:. The P ,-s fi,.-e Drugstore. b,, ';: i easn, the fin-
i iro )ar-alns in Haviland "' :tock ,f ....f in my line that I
i atli H! '(, P *st,,ftce Drugstore. hav',L %evr .carieJ. The goods are be-
S. iniiing to arrive, and the public can
P.,ln !t' Lt[.tion nap for .'ruptJons rv,.t assured tlat the stock will bh
n. -' ,, ,:.setses at the Po.stofflce s~'-onld : none in the country and will
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A. E. Burnett, Jeweler. Merchant's
\V ;r- headquarters for sr-hool Block.
I ....k.s an-I schi,,l supplies of all kind. -
ocaita News Co. VOICE CULTURE
Mi.s Sarah Whltfield will give les-
'Mr. KN.le Wartmnann of Citra is in the sons in \'r.h culture at her home, one
city. visiting his sister. Miss Byrd (!l \Vartmiann. % ho is sick. avenue.
sist in store and learn the business.
..iDala .Mushi Co., Jewelers. All mt mbers of the First Presby-
terian church of Ocala are requested
Try the Victor. single cone, steel to attend a meeting of the congrega-
tei iered sprints, fully guaranteed to tion to be held on Sunday, Oct. 28th.
last a lifetime, at Melver & MacKay's. 190G. at 11 a. in.. at the church.
--- A. Y. Strunk. Secretary.
Evils don't correct themselves. You
sh,,uld come to the board of trade AN AWFUL COUGH CURED
neelting Mcndlay night. "Two years ago our little girl had
a t.uch of ineumonla. which left her
El,,cant new china closets and bu-with an awful cough. She had spells
fetf an4 china losets comhined. Call
fld se thim at Mcl'er & MacKaybined. Ca f coughing, just like one with whoop-
and see them at Mclver & MacKay's. ing cough, and ome though she would
The very best solid mahogany, thre not get well at all. We got a bottle of
piece parlor suits can be found at the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which
Ocala Furniture Company. acted like a charm. She stopped
coughing and got stout and fat,
If you want one of the best bargains writes Mrs. Ora Bussard. BrubaLer,
in choice ir sidence lots in the city in- Ill. This remedy is for sale by all
quire at this office. druggists.
Have you Catarrh? See W. I. Ditto BOARD OF TRADE MEETING
for free sample of Dr. Blosser'a Ca-
tarrh Cure. and get well. The board of trade will hold an Im-
portant meeting Monday at 8 p. m. In
Mr. A. E. Campbell is in the city, the city council chamber. A full at-
awaiting his wife and child. who will tendance is desired.
return tomorrow from North Carolina, Chas. Rheinauer. Vice-President.
where they spent the summer. L ittiger Secretary.
Saws hammered and filed within 24 RESULT OF NEGLECT
hours, by S. A. Davis, filer for Martel In most cases consumption results
Lumber Company, Martel, Fla. Prices from a neglected or improperly treated
reasonable. tf. cold. Foley's Honey and Tar cures
the most obstinate coughs and pre-
Mr. Knox Cleveland, of St. Peters- vents serious results. It costs you no
burg. came up yesterday to see his more than the unknown preparations
brother. Marshal Cleveland, and look and you should insist upon having the
after his auto patent. genuine in the yellow package. Sold
by all sealers.
A coupon with every 10 cent pur-
chase at the Oeala N'.ws Co.. that CASHIER WANTED
puts you in iue for a piece of hand- A young lady cashier wanted for two
painted china, weeks. Apply at this office.
Mrs. Eli Smith and daughters, Ana- A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS
belle and Edna, have arrived in the A LUCKY POSTMISTRE
city from Alexanderville. Ga., to pay a Is Mrs. Alexander of Cary, Me., ho
visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith. has found Dr. King's New Life Pills
to be the best remedy she ever tried
A beautiful new line of oak and ma- for keeping the Stomach. Liver and
hogany music cabinets. In the newest Bowels in perfect order. You'll agree
designs, on display at Mclver & Mac- with her if you try these painless pu-
Kay's. rifiers that Infuse new life. Guaran-
-tee,. .. d by Tydlngs & Co., druggists.
Mr. Ausley. the turpentine distiller, rteed by Tydints & Co., ruggs.
came down from the Meadows Friday,
to. spend Sunday with his Ocala You get your money's worth at the
friends. Ocala News Comoany, and a coupon
for a $25 piece of hand-painted chi-
If you want a phonograph, absolute- na. You can see it in the window.
ly free. read the SWar's free phono-
graph offer, and supply your home Mr. G. M. W1ebb. who for years re-
with one. sided at Fairfield. but last spring
thought he would go back to the de-
Do y3ou want the most comfortable voted New England hills, evidently felt
place in the state to board, for the the keen northern air, so has returned
money it will cost you? If so. come to 'to Fairfield to spend the winter.
Col. Shipman's Montezuma hotel.
Our stock of wedding presents Is
J. D. Carroit. who ran a store near complete. We have a large line of
the city market, has removed to the sterling silverware and cut glass, a
north end of Magnola street, ner nie line of Rookwood potters and
the ; .A.- L depot. many other suitable articles. Ocala
Music Co., Jewelers.
If you contemplate a trip via the A. Music Co.. Jewelers.
C. L, or vis ha mileage book. consult True and e friends of the fam-
H T. A.Iams, the city ticket agent, in ily-DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
tht Ocala House.
SOcalaBest for rcsuls and best to take. Rosy
.li,-s Jenni .May Dunn is conducting cheeks an s dparklink eyes follow the
use of these dependable little pills.
a small kindergarten at her home in They do not gipe or sicken. Sold by
the sc.tnd l aiAl. She is teaching the the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
inmiembllerw *-f n hat as formerly her i
class in Mi-s Shar,'rs school, and is Mr. J. P. P. anln, who has been with
meeting ith much success. his uncle, Mr. C'. f Schlemmer for
S. r onie ti:ne. left yesterday for Tampa,
Dainty willow goods for dainty par- h,re he expects to remain. Mrs. B.
lor. Your inspection will convince and little scn will go down in a few
you of their merit. Ocala Furniture days.
District Attorney Ed Davis and The t smoke for the money in
the 1ind is Nptl-a-footi

an T wo mug y uwwwi Ju.1ie v . BUIIoc returned i Irom I "..
Sumterville yesterday, where they tried
She case of C H. West. for the mur- OLLIE MORDIS
liR IN E I LY d "f'E'Ruker" 'est waafod i guilty of mar.!aughter, the Seaboard Air Line depot. You will
f ll I I a and grass ereen work awavys find at this place the best of
boxes, nat and skirt boxes, etc.. the fresh beetf. pork and mutton, while
prettiest of the new furniture novel- fish and oysters will always be found
V Sa Rate Of ties. to be had only at Mclver & Mac- In season. Reemmber
A e note by the Crystal River News Near the 8. A. L ?pot. Ocala. Fla.
that Ex-Editor W. E. Martin. now pro-
prietor of the Alabama -House, Crystal WANTED-3 rooms by gentleman
and return for the Public, and River. is roing into the business of with children; furnished or unfur-
litary, Compamnies and BmraS raising Buff Rock chickens on his nished. Will engage to take meals It
lito ompanie and Brasfarm at Pine. agreeable. Apply at the Star office.
ly to all Agency Sta-
aloard in Florida. One shipment of Sea Island Cotton If an article is imitated. the original
last week at Live Oak was worth $23.- ; always best. Think It over, and
S5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th. That in rar tels the story of when you gro to .'v that box orf alve
Iive Oak's commnertcal supremacy and t kee--p around the house. get DeWitt's




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1 c ifar '' Tnfn% vot'ws th wff vman troebiwi umkmg lie a bkwdou 19,
A us!0 .o. f'i amily. IDuring ithat time I haditwo misciflta,
P1 I'' -1-w-~ I fqrt, "'cud t. h-le"q our homne ibis .ie-ad im~pe.
IA. : ~. n' ;. k'rih uig ~'nis ing nthe lVi'k;Ot ,z4D'
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Ti u n=7 temiers!health hImv~oed, the pimingrudU~ly Isowmd mAd
after tcj% Z ~ was we)l. I am now the happ-imothc' v4 a Loy eigboomi
Scid a-)d my brobszed Join& we in bccidin# beartil thsaalm eoyos
ti~r' vcunr Ui btElmdikm*e00
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raqu~atng mnjtruation, Wine c( Ca-rdui banislim i
frw-n tJe entire fewaale orgwanim and the strengtheued~i!rW
brivg the orgaxm backt 0 their pwopc' lace.This in wbot Wn.o c
Cardui did fu~r Mrs. XirdlinMe. It bcik.ltiU achiqpmf m
burning ve adb-rou, hther w, Fc. Sw ttmI
health and strength an giVes Wme of Carzih the asadt 61 making
her ablA to becotte aa 7mothur. Tis reaci euis mm
fur every dnty of wif= md e~oi hre o man m~y ow-
f'nnng womf-n who think that heath c=a neym be theirs, hecomas tha
CW;IP*- .t sCUre the servicov of a gret Pp-,ifixt. but we want to my
right l're. that while V-,. Nirdlingcer livtv in Phkilidelpbia, a ps
Wuedi1c...1center. obe ejepeuletd on W ine of Cartini for a amm =h
was ciu*4i. This same inedicie is within yom iammb Will yo
take it?'
Ad dr-tggista mel) SLOS bottkas'Wine of Car"i.

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I. a. FULLER. L. F. F. ALOCK REGISTERED VOTERS T. w; l areasood P V. w; Lee J. w: !w: Warren J A Jr. w: Welhe F e, w; F ...:-.
f |I* | | Aw L--Apcmb Phillip, c; LUddou C A, w: Williamson Jno F. w. Wilklasm Sye.
$ *Following if a list of the quaUflfed Uttle M M. w: Learengood A J. w c: Wilson W P. c; Wiser A A. w: E T
rrAL1 ors of Maro County, F~o~dia L Uving ou J H sr.,w; LAivtgstas C M.1Williams Samuel. c: Wear- K w.
DEW AL SURGEONSs of Maon County, Florida: Y R J H sr. W J. w.
C V lUne A C anbUss' Bul pw;tL No. 1-ing- w uton J H Jr. w; Loevr g ; P R on, R w- Yon -e W J.w
I or u ALAAam ToB, F a d o :A'-i. C.w; Long.--,ep.en B. w; Lu'man I
OCAL Adams Thw. c.: Alexander Lvi. c: J J. w: Luffman W H, w: Luke Green Anthony Andrew, c; Anthony V L. Every Merchant, P er = s- Trad .ma f 1
Alexander J. W. e: Anderson, Wm. c; W c; Lumpkins Wm M. c: Lummus w; Belton Jas. e: Bell Win c. Brown vited to see us when Wanti Loans Neae to F
And.-rwn. Wm, w: Anderson R L. w, L ; M. w; Lyle Rafe. c; Lever Edward. Oliver, c: Billingsly J H. w: Boyd R!
T Mn& Cal& Anderson H. L., w; Agnew Homer R. c: Lloyd William. c; Leslite Jno W, A, w; Bracewell Jas, w; Bobbitt J hiis Business.
'w: Aldrich Jas. C. w: Agent Butler. w; Little w: Landers M C. w; G. w: Bugg Wm. c: Bishop W H. w:
c: Adams Alex, c; Arnold Andrew c; Leavenugood Harry E. w; Lloyd Jno Bell James. c: Brown Jas. c: Boyd A
Arnold J. W, w: Agnew E. W. w; E. w: I apham H H. w: Luffman J F. F. w: Carn C M, w; Colden Thadrick.
The Ittoi ly Allen A. H. w. Ayer Alfred. w: At- w: Lohrig W J. w; Lindsay W C. w: c; Cheesborouro Edward. c; Cromar-
i ;lon J H 1C ', Ai:in J. W, w; An- Lesuer Fred A, w: Lester P R. w: tie W D. w: Cambell J A. w: Cramar-
of u aley.rJo Is,. E.1. S. iLyles J W. w: Luffman J M. : Luff- lie H G. w: Duncan Abe. c: Gougla m ss1
f 0 b01 of Ball C E. w: Baile E. w: leJno. E w: man J A w: Laberth Andrew, r: Peter. c; Denham G W L. w: Duncan "
iallo-rd I.. F. w: Ba!lard Lawrence, lang Lewis E, w: Lang Fielder. : Samuet c: DeVie J B. w; Fife R M. w: =
Sw; Barbkr E. J. w; Bozillia Taaffa- I iITr Dozier. w: Long R M. w: Finley Mack. c: Finley Mack inJ., : .
,F ^^^ l-.ti. w: Benjamin J. H. w: Beck J. S. Lucius W M. w: La Roach J S. c: Faser J W. w; Graham Robt. w: _
a; Brittiner C. 1.. w: Big. T. E.: Liddon Maliory. w; Lloyd C H. w: Genreal Jno W. c: Green Lender. w: i
w: Batting 8S. .. w. : Girman Jno J. Leack J S., w. Heck Elbert. c: Hull H G. w; Hull
Sw: Boohr 1L. O. w: Bonmev. D.% M. w: Marshall Robt. w: Marshall Fred. B P. w; Harris Chas, c: Johnson R
DIE iSr- M. w: B%,n:tar- Mun o \. w: c; Martin Cyris, c: Martin J M tr. N. w: Jackson P C. c: Jenkins Ciif- | CENTRALR
CM DIES *Bul-k W S, w-; Bullock S. A. w. w: Martin J R. w: Martin G W. w ford. c: Jackson Pe'er. c; Johnson
Builok R. It. w: Burnett Jarry. w; Matherson '1, w: Massey W 0. w: Castle. c: Johnson G M. w: Light L
ddiMimai"^ Burnett. A. E. : Burford. R Aw; Maughs G T. w: Markland Wesley G, S. w: Lushington Frank. c: Long G I OF OCALA .
Sill W C. w: Blako- R. G. w. B:'i- w; Meadows H H. w; Miller D A. w: M. w: Morrison John. c: Mayo W G.
46, I ane R E. w. Brown J. H. w: i Miller Glover W. w: Milton Henry, w: w: McGenee S M31. w: McLain Z A. .4. .a. *
A Srron A -,. w: Brown Jakr w; Mock W R. w; Morton Phillip, c; w; McClarren L C. w: McAllister J I*IS m O ... ,U 5
SBrown F. M. w; Brumby L. J. w; Morgan S G. w: Moore C L. w: S. w: Parker Isaac, c: Pulliam W F.
-B;unt Anthony. w; Butters C. W. w: Moorehead Wm A. w: Monroe T T. w; Patterson M E. c: Ron M w: oIeos f ever li
IT T Blunt Anthony c: Bluett J. B. w: w: ; Mitchell Jerry, c: Means Thos. c; Rou G D. w: Rou Ed D. w: Rou S F
IS W* A *Blackiston J. R, w; Beckham F. B, Martin H C, w; Murrell Dorris. c: Jr. w; Ross Jas. c; Rutland Primus.
ww; Baker Fred. c: Brawn Dave. w; Morgan Jas. c: Michael Carolina, c; w: Robinson J M M. w: Rutledge A ment to -
SBryan T. D. w; BIrgs J. R. w: Barco Moore John T, w. Midgett Harry, c c; R. c: Rutten Green, c: Robinson J
HOW IS IT DON E? J. M. w. Bird Henry, w: BrnoKos J. Moorenead J R. w; Mathews Chas H. 'D, c: Rutland Frank. c: Shetton Geo. de ce or a ivt
B. w: R-I,. Jo.. H. w: Brown E.- F.,w: Miller L P. w: Mathews Geo G. e: Stucker Wm. c; Sherouse W H. w;
r It wlild s.*m1w: HIl-ch W. F. w: Bishop J. W. w: w: Miller Chas V, w; Martinot V L Sherouse L M. w: STewman W S. w:
St. zer J. C w; Bridges T. E, w; Bri- w; Miller Lee, w; Martin Sam H. wS Sanders imanuel. c: Small Peter. ,c: c J o
t) In" dlt bv gance- A J. W:. Beck A J. w: Bridges Mathews R D. w: Marean W H M D. Small J. c: Shealeyy J N, w; Spain
ll a gi-. TFliC A W. w Boon I. B. w: Benjamin w: Marshall J E. w; Mack L E. w; ,Joe, c: Turner Abe. c: Weathers Sam.
Herman w: Brown J E, w: Bordan B IMarshall W G. w; Mtrtin W W. w; ,c: Weathers Wmi. c: Weathers Thorn-
allilln al V(ie F. w; Bitting H P. w: Bishop T. w: Martin E H, w: Myers David. w: as. c: White Israel. c: Wilson B P. !
InHliing f rollm a B*ltch G J. w: Brown C H w: Bailey Mordis Ollie, w; Mention Fred. c: ; w; Williams Wm ar. c: Williams
Sf.Peynm. w: Brooklrn E T. w-: on- Mitchell Ed H. c: Moore T M. w: Wade. c: .......ams Nelson. c: Wil-
W#' h nX r ner J H. c: Bmint B W. w: Bryant W Martin L. E. w. son J W. w: \N i.ams J E, c: WVii-
Sith all it el l.E, w: Blalock 1 F. .w: Brown D H, McAteer W B. w: McAteer J S. w; lHams Albert, c.
w: Brown D II. w Brown Israel, w: McClymonds J H, w; McConathy
Hknowit t1o0ies. Cappleman .1 B. w; Carlisle J B. w; Richard, w; McCraney A A. w: Mc- Precinct No. -Flemington. Fo Next Th
alla itd IllUic ('Carmichael ; A. a: Carmichael! C. Cormick Wm. c;: McDavid H G, w:: Adams Jno. w. Allen Jerry, c: An-
"ld tV f 919 'nw: Carroll R.,.t R. w: Cohen .1 T. Mclver D E. w; MacKay Geo. w: Mc- derson Alexander. c: Anderson Geo. lt
le O w: v,'ondon W I). w; Condon W W.'Cants Rileford. c: McAteer W F. w; ;c: Anderson A M. w: Anderson W H.
w: Connor Rob? 0. w: Cox Geo. w: McDonald B W. w: McKeen Geo R.iw; Brunson James J N. w: Britt 0 P.
PHONOGRAPH Clavton T C. -w: Crook Ernet, w: w: McConn W H. w; McKinney J w: Bick IS. w: Crowell Wm. c:Chit- rui lks, V/
Creech Tonev. c.: ook W M. c: Car-! H. w; McDonald E W. w; McrAter ty W J. w: Collier Albert, c: Chris-1
is' IO<> tim> W ell lisle Wm. C; (Camn W D. w: Corev H S. w; McCants .Monroe. c. Me- Dtopher Phillippe. c;Chiless 1, J. w: i C a s e s a n d S a tce ls
ktioWi t Jno C. w: Conn.r R. w- Coy Jesse. c:" Cormick W L. c. ,Davis Anderson, c: DrunimF-r H c: aAn J C su
(iClarkson H B. w; Cleveland Geto W. Nelson Ephram, c: Nelson .Ino, w: Deloch Isaac. c: Dupuis M D. w:
dtE -rititOwin l)lit w: Cvlyat, W W. w. Chace Jas C. w: Nlson Wm. c: Newsom W V M D.. Drummer Adam. c; Drummer J D, c: ,
tlhc ildasnre (of C'handle.r H W. c: Chazal iLouis R. w: N-elham Thos. w: Nugent P H. Drummer Joy. c: Dantzler Josh. W. tSro i f or
w e nambliss Z 4. w; Chitty Jno, w. w: Nelson E K. w: Neilson Wm E. Ellis Ranson. c: Evans Wash. c:
SiN)'I.ss1ill oit- Craforlrd .Jino F. w: Croswell Henry. w: Nelson C I.. w: Noln Morris, w: Evans Sam. c: Evans A H. c. Flli-
a V0 it wHI : Crowell Edlriond. c: Cl*e (e. Norris B H. w : Nash G A. w: Ne'Fon -on M P, w: Ellison R E T. w: Ellis *a. wyX W In
So : kord-s .In I-'. w: Christian M 01 OR .. c. Mance. c: Evans A T. c: Edwards J;
to t''ervlle. W w. w. lara Baxtpr. w. Caldwell F Owen T .1. w: Og!e I W. w: Otren. N. w; Floyd Nelson. c: Floyd Mar- OVet a car load O U
S. w tr 'd Converse E E. w: Campbell J sosser B I. w: Osteen David H. w. tin. c: Floyd Louis, c: Floyd Wilson
i-()l 1 1141114 I j. ,, ('arlrin R A. w; Carrol!. D .T. .eo '. w: Parish Robt. c: Pearson Gunnelis D) C. w: Gray C H. w: Gar- i stylS
i il- <'roni, C; C. w. Clark B II. w:- ,. e: Poester Chas. w: Pittman J A. risop .Jno. c; Harrison .T K. w: Ham- .
prfL t-hanrm.-rs S w: ('rocby .1 W.\V : w: Pinner I. c: Po wrs Fred. c: iiton Chas. c; Hammond W A. : Har- ll
0soItmIII'0'lot of t'lark. W H. jr t' Con .r (C H. w- Powser .las A. w; PMIllips Adam. c; prison W 0. W; Harris Riley. c: Hop-
mre, hrda av-soi hanlad, Y r ',,',nway T .. w: Clark T S. w; Col, 'Phillips Cnas J. w; Parker .1 L. '- kins Parker. c; Howard C W. c. Har at Ht
Royal E. w-: Cob AC. w: Carroll C Parker C (G. w: Peoples Sire. c: Pa-- ris G GL. c: Howar J C. c: Howard I-:d., purposes, a a y ra
loisure hOr "aiti ll t Iadt C. u: (ar.aipbeli R B. w: ('ulverhou.-ge gert .Tno E, w: Potter .1 M. w: Pas- c: Hall J T. w: Howar Fernando. c:
V~ry illtni ,li wa,. w: Coi ,srt W L. w: Christion S Thos E. w: Powers W H M D. w: Jones Samuel sr. P: Jones Richp-d. c:
taitting with a lOtlogr:ll. I.w w: Codvy en. c: Clark W I.. w: Peys.r N. w: Pittinan E P. w: Peter- Jacobs Agrippa. c: Jones Dnrey E.
C'aminiski II. c. son M. w: Precht H .1, w: Packham w: Jenkins S T. w: Jones Lawrence.,
P. 0 vi!. I Da is D \V. w: Davis Geo wV. : Harry C. -; Pinder Geo. w; Portte- c: .Tarel B. w: Jacobs Royal. c: i W
SDavi> E W. w: li-avis J. D. c: LDame way G A. w: Passelle D. w: Parker Kirklland .1 P. c; Layer .1 F. e- LR. neti -K A Y
Q' H w: I)Nan .1 H. w: Delou-st E. Willie. c: Ponder Wm M1. c: Presley G A. c: Lee Reese. c: Mosey Daniel. &
A: .DTk A!,ral:am. e; 1)zi.r .John. WW P. c: Pelrick Walt-r. w. c: Tathews J J, w: Mathews J C. w-
L ~i '^l iw: Dozier L. w: Dosh M C. w: Due- Rackard Aaron C. c: Rackard Bock- Mixon C B. w; Mathews J M. w: a' g
-.- bj,1ll Henry A. w: lhuffy Jas. w: Ditto man. c: Robinson J D. w: Roberts Mickens Willis. c: Mixon M J. w: -
.F W. w; Dors v E C. w; Davis Lowis. ,Dennis. c;: Roler J H. w: Rowe S E. Morris Anderson. c: Mosely Godrey, -
c: Davis P C. w: Lrnn W C. w:; Pod- w: Rush Peter. c: Rheinauer C. w: c: Mosely Isaac, c; Matyfield Allen Jr. i
Vll in;Al l T so'n M F. w: Duflin D 0. w: Daniel Rheinauer Ben. w: Rogers Wm C. c: w; Mixon J K. w: Mathews C H, w:
I1 i i 11H A. w; Durst W S. w: Ditto W\I.. w; Roof Thos. c; Roach D D. w: Robert. Mickens Isaac, c: Moore Oliver, c: 1H -
iDNdd I. C w; Duval 1. W. w: Dukes son Lanier. w: Roberts C V. w: Mickens Thos. c: Mixon D R. w:
The newest. n.mot attractive and J W. w: Duncan E B. w: Deas John !Robertson J D. w: Reagan 0 W, w: Moore D F. w; Mims C S. w: Moore
.vegl 'kage oc 'igarns il the latest M. c; Dean Homer H, w. Reagan P O. w: Raysor L M. w; Ray. J W. w; Morris Jas. c: Mickens Jes-. u *
piroductio ..of the Ehl Trpico tory t',Ala The idea i-l original with Edwards J 1.. w: Edwards Wm P. w : W. w: Rubin M, w: Rawls S A. w: IH. w; McDonald E A. w: Netiels. H A Full Stock of Wagons, Carriages, Bggies, ara -
Mr Chl rPv.r. the proprietor, and Edards John T, c: Etchelberger; Roddinberry- J R. w; Raysor L M Jr. W. w: Pasley E C, w: Pasley J E. li-
attract, a great deal of attention. and Amos. w; Eicneierger A L. w- Ellis w; Richey W D. w; Russell A S. w; w: Prisoc A L. c: Rickard Walker, Saddlery and all the Acomnp haing Lie s
the woods ar. timn. and lill at sight. Richard. c: Evans Oliver, w: English Raysor C R, w: Rush J L. w; Roess c; Richards Zimmeron, c; Riley Aa-
The brand Ni k.1--Foot. They Rubin. w: Engesser J S, w: Eeagle- M3 J. w Robinson G K. w: Russ R F. ron. C: Reeves louis, c; Rafile Harry. VP
areas tine a,.-many nickn l giods and ton H G. w. *c; Reef R V.w. C: Raffle Clifford. c: Smoak F E. HEAVY FARM AND A-U-tW d ITU-JWAG
t. Iase n they are s.l casthe> M mad, by apprentices. c: Ferguson John G. w: Finley Nor- trung S T. w: Sistrunmk Carlos L. w: T, w; Taylor J T, w: Thomas J H, Exelusive Agents for the famous White Hkor, Tarpo
hre ciga..r- are inches lone. rocked mani. c: Fishel M. w: Foglestrom Solomon Morris c; ylvester J W. v; c: Vaughn B F. w; Wusnes J A. w: f n m wA k T
wwo in ika,! and -reti at cents. Chas E. w: Fort Josiah W. w: Fuller Schwerin I. w: Scott G S. w; Scort Williams Toby. c; Williams Muck E. tine Wagon. Prompt Attention tOOutofTow Od .
ihec !* mTt .. of soid comfrt for R D. w: Frazer Chas G. w: Ford Hen- Hampton, c: Scott Cyrus.c: Scheank c; Wilson Wm jr, c: Wllkerson WeH- ..
a nk'ke. T.y th and e e convied r. c: Flinn Robt E. w: Fausett H Juo W. w: Smoak J L. w: Smith T ley A. c: Williams Jos L. c; Williams KNIGHT & LANG
For sale at irt class dealers. Aw. ; French Chas E. w; Freeman VW. w: Smith G eoR, w; Smith Chas Henry. c: ....,ams Davis. c; White-
oHenry. c: Freymuth E L. w: Fliun R W\V. w: Smith W H. w: Smith D M sides T P. w: Williams Andros, c; OCALA . . Pa,.OmA
SI Ford H A. w; Port A B. w; Ford Do iM. w; Seymour B H. w; Smith Ed- c: Williams J R. w: Zetrouer J C. ; ns
lD. w; Fox C A. w: Fort D A. w; win C. w; Summers P S. c; Stevens w; Zetrouer. D R. w.
hAN rH- MA y Fort C A. w: Fort J J. w: Frank Mar" Isaac. w: Stone Spencer C. w:, Precinct No 4-Cotton Plant. in U Wi --
L LILuar/ cus. wa: Fraklyn Jack c. ;Strunk A Y. w; Spann W W. c: Atkinson Montholon. w: Barco D M. T
S- : Gary Thos R. w: Gadson Harry. c: Sims Pies. c: Stewart W G. c: Sut-! w; Blackman Pencil. c; Butler Enoch, i
( .\) 7 /Gadson P P. c: Gates H C. w (,a;es!ton Alfred. w: Smith Bobt. c: Stew- :; Buron Andrew B, c: Biackman
A G. w: Gamble David. w: Gaskins jart Thos O. w: Spellman P W. w: Jeff. c. Bratn Handy W, w; But. I a o t
\Wn S. a; CsGerlg J J. w; Geria Al- Sistrunk H C, w; Sexton Thos, w ,ler Ned. c: Brown S H. w: Barnett H S lt tt I t
'. /bert w: Goten Vilme'e. w: Goin W A. ISchneider C F. w: Smoak W C. w: M. w; Butler Thos. c: Butler Henry.
S": Goin Prinmus G. c Gi,,to Sane. Shuey Geo E. w: Snyder T B. w: ;: Bryant Aaron. c: Butler White, c: *.* lii i t i O
w (;Gr.tiseppe Gl sto w; Green L N. Shuford Joseph., w: Shealey D w. : Barco Paul. c: Baroo D Newcomb. w; - j- 1O
w-; G;ren 0 T. w: Fress Frank A. !Shermerham A L. w; Stokes H D. w_ Beck J L jr. w: Brooks J A. w: Car-I i A d* .A

aM N rov,, C. a,.-"G: Gallow.ay John P. Strauss Maurice. w: Stripling W W. ter Robt, : Carter S W. w: Chisolm SAye yOu m E A we A s X a
MaNTH- w-. G aary Win T. w; Gasgins J H. w; Staten J B. w: Spencer B. w: Ambrose c; Carter Jesse L, w: Col-
Amb "ro s.. ;CarterJeasstes o yeaW Caolbt tm to s w
Gal ntth \V C. w. Giidricl' F M. Scarborough W H. w. Stafford L 0 W. ; Coy Tillman. c; Dean ;i-n --e c ofym vau le tiam to shw
N lw. Gir;li)> N I. w: Graham Jno) M.. w: Scriven Bragz, c: Swear Edward.,Thos p. w: DeHon Wa'm. w: Frey-
SAgatstooSee. sNo am* w. Geiger A P. w: G4oodyear W P. w: Stevens J Y. w: Shackleford W H. mth B I. w-: traam Jno. c: Hud-
:-H t- A mrB w Gress Vnm W. w: Goowin D W. w:; Sammia John. w; Stucky A P. w: gens J L B. w: Hudgens Joe M. w tw;" ra w stOkC
le rooPf c: Gordon Henry. w: Ga'es Harne- Simpson A P. w: Simmons Osaac. Hawkins L. c: Holmes C. w: Jeffer- __
Sas u man C. w: Gates W. w: Gies G(.-o. c: Smelling Mason. c: Spragin. c: sn Frank. c: Johnson Elwood. w:
Iid- c1 Graham W D, w: Gibbs S M. w: Simpson Jno. c; Sabie James. c. Kelsey Wm H. c; Morgan Alex, c; A FEW L EA DER
A", t e T VU*Alorp in Htter Frank C. w: Helgetman Jno.' Taylor Noah. c: Taylor Robt. w Mils G IW. w: Miller J J. w: Mention i E.
I v n.) rf AOWed c. Harrs F E. w: Haley Thos H. w-: Taylor Henry. c: Tanner Wi. c: A J. c: Mills Elbert. w: Miller C Y. -
T;!.-- -i.l Hal ey L w, Harold H. w: Helvenston Teague F A. w.v- Taffaletti Lingi. w: w: Mill R D. w; Miller Chas B. w-
I ;'.E T. fw, z E T. w" Henr,,n 1 1.. w: H<1- R Van Too r- C.'. c: Tyler Geo B. w; Mack Prince, c: Newbern W B. w: MrU :
PwrLadie. Ft'-,nc-t:'-itzt M pD 1 a: Holland Honry. c: H,-cker Tv-ings t nas R. w: Tyler Geo D. w: O'Neal Geo.V: Parker Ephhram. w:
er -.,0 -, --' l W. w-; Hockt-r W A. w: Horti-rier .Thompson J M1M D. w: Thomas Dan- Parker Jno F. w; Parker Joe B. w; A _f C j -
mtM & ..A Chas. wa Hubbard G M. w. Hubbard iel P. c: Thomas Robt J. c: Thrilling Richardson Sam. c: Robinson Wi- X S P5 g f e
m &&,&,St L'cien. w: Hobbs Samuel B. w: Hut- Sol. w: Troxler T W. w: Thagard E .1iam. <: Roomson Ferd. c: Ray Wal-
Ason W E. w: Hicks Henry. c: Hollins- P. w: Thomas John. c: Toph ter. w: Sistrunk T J. w: Smith J L
M. FISHEL. Ocala. !head Jno. w- Hicks Morgan,. w: Abner B. w: Thomas J W, w a; Smith J Rus. c: Snowden H E.
Hlodge J W J. w: Handelsman M. w: Tiptoc 3 J w: Tyler Geo L. w: ,w; Veal C Rs. w: Weathers Jno S.
Harris T H. w- Habencht A. w: Hen- Tompkins J A. w: Tucker Wm. w: w: Williams Theophills. w: Weadlaw
Idrix C R. w: Howard E M. w: Turner Frank, w; Terrell J E. w: Simon. c:- Wright Jno. c; Williams E
Howse 0 B. w: Hall R S. w: Hall Taylor C E. w: Tucked W H. wa w; Williams R A. w.
SFrank J. w: Hilburn J P. w: Hall T Thomas Chas E. w: Tiller J N. wa! Princt No. S-Rome.
C. w: Hinton J W. w: Harvey W J. Tillis J J. w" Tison J M, Taylor Jno; P t No 5 oeo
a-. Hough G A. w- Hampton R P. w: H. w: Taylor Wm D. w- Thou as Ja- Butler J H. w; Dean M J W. w: CA L A FU R I
Hod 3J W M D. w: Hadsock Wm. w.: cob. w: Taylor C E. w: Troxler G R, Dean C K. w: Dean C L. w: Folks
Hain H K. w: Hopkins J W. w: w-. W J. w: Hutchings J T, w: Marcum S iT l C T
Hampton H M. w: Hampton R P. w: Usher E T. w A J. w: Mareun W L w: Morgan F '
Hampton T N. w; Harnage J F. w: Vaughn E L. w: Vereen J P. c: T. w: Marcun W H, w: McGehee J
Haley E A. w: Hough J D. w: Hunter Vogt J P. w.. Bw: McDaniel T L w; MeGebee Jan
-H- H Ra w" HoHlo'man R Q. w: Hough Walters Geo B. w: Washington McCarey R L c:; Nettles H B. w: o rt Ia g
Jao. w. Geo RB c: Weihe F G B, w: Weathers Noblea Wesley. J C. w; Nettles J M. I
lam Peter w: Isom O'iver. : B A. : Wingo Jos. C; Wiam ; Pter Tiothy. wPdrck Jas F
iar A L. w. 0. c Williams E T. ; Williams J P. w: Riehards C F. w: Rollws A. c: v OUe; htte F A ,I.
Jackson Loans C. c. James A M. w: D, w: Williams David 8, w: WU.- Sutriclad R M. w: Starlin J L. w: ed it with j fa U i
Jeffords W C. w: Jewett W L w.. liam F H W. c: Wlliams N L. w: TIly C, c; Turner J J. w; Wiggins Fancy GI for th wI l m
Jewell Chas J. w: Johnson A C. w; Williams G F. w: Watters Tha w: J A, w; Wiggins J D. w. i
I Johnson Peter w: Johnson Lares, Wilson Geo W. c; WIson Hwy. w ; Preait Na. --Camp Ird. Only the et and b b to e Bd
w: Johns Isaac G. w: Jones C C. Winer W K. w; Wale.r J I. Whaley Achkie Sou, c: A Geoo ar. c: wi to tonthm
w: Jeses Thea. c: Johnson Phillip. c: Bid. a'; Whaley J3 Xv: Whaley Z ZR.!Aiktas L Lw. ; Adams K HE a';
Pbomaralp trnm 8*0 to Pt Owv Johnson Abraham, c: efords Edmond. w; Whitesides P .1, v:; Whitesdes C Adam J W, w; Archie Mow, c *; O 11 cy. Cor. pE- gb l Rd -
4 4teSt records to stock to atdet w; Jones H C. w: Johnso T H. w: M. w: Whight lL. c; WAdashin i Alkins C M. w: Adams W w:; A.- 1 and fruaft and t ksbfl be ai
t a. A. LBarnettwe Jeweler. e Johaw T B. w: Jones J T. w: June Geo. c: Wind Watao. c: Washfantoa W TV w: Brooks A R. w BraMma
e ag et sfr Ocahl. S N, w; Jones R D. w: Johnson S R. Gen. c: Woodr Was s. C T. w: BrassA McC. Br a days Give me are Of Oi td d if pi
w: Jacksos L W. w Jewett Stephen. Wilkinson Bradle.c:,; Wlias Ja -w; Book Valestiae. w; Broks w;ood, rteo trea t ad low m tt .
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wra ig in Mariou is not a se E L w: SpSarkmas T D. Ai. pa w k- u.t w: Ort hem M h de& w W C. w: W 1 aL ; W
T. hay was genaefly andtr ached mma L F. w; Smkth L A.w: Wam Guater A T. w; OIB 0 X wh w; ; Mut *J ee garn ag

It it .t f all. t Mrum F arms peo- Wilbm Edward w; Wit aRn C M. F. J r. w: r sep w; aJert w: IJng rat wC 5 w:
ga togr w: Wlford W F. w dan. L B: tKalaw A W. w .Martin c I : SE'I JW a; maa F wi
tri a~ M' Tankersey of (ema Prectct N 7-4hmdy iP. a DL e; Se 3.
a hm.: hing The hay ma,4eanthe Precint Ne, 7-- :MI w: Martin C A. w: Moroae A P. w; e: Jesu. i. u; e.
Warmf-in a x -: Thar haymae k september dia Dersc: AllenJW. c: Ad-tMar"h L U. w; Martin W 1 ,w; M a A; 3. V ; d-

fr they pre-red-l th eafne arnd lar t ncingaam Frrae. "t Cuingham Jno. j D .w; e:Sew Roder.k, w; k Bor N. w i .
DITINCTIVELY A OREAM OF o erm. wC- wMcDonaldA. I m : w; .
juvt right and thet Iay harested th-is B rer Allen. e: Buh lCal fe: B D. w-TPrILew.p F. w; PevryL .; j w rhkvp 1w

and hy thre bt m uG. : B PerrT Ji co.iJr-w N dow rwn'W w I
the ot hri.,u ft r t k-h5 a hL action neg B D ellam R & e ; ConC n e0 00r-eX 1 J 5K0w : IrleP i s -:J Owlm:. st i; k G e;

Syaal do not Of : .. ritur! implement, .o Grady Aadedeon. c: GlyCpo Jas P. c: riouWns W C. wif ; ctrC u? Waml CE L CI., u W .
fe r -th te arr .tn would beclar Giohen Jgno w: Gohen J M. w: Haw- c: Farmer S IDa w; Gerk W- prlst Md 1 ,
S d (w c I the fn.:ur fr her u ir hay ad blood- kins EllCis. c HWarris Ja, e: Hor L.- c: lart Edwa C: HU PR w; Ber- I w i
product of nesr diteAt E inM ai- *-* ttxok a- lhe ha for h tr p upha-e lie L.. w: JacknFr. e: c; Johasoe per F: wacarD G w.: ctlsw.J : Aka. Joe. w; A& l L W. w: At-
......A OF Xplant, urtpenine farms and rumber ,Austin Ja. :J l Jee ;a Joaod ow Harpmern W M. w: Joynier c tU wrobet V Bi.W
phuric acid) or of al(um (w his mp. Thi i m the aid of s m- wm. : ohaJ Geo. w: Jo; ( wM ; Ww; iJ M. w: Utch. 8 w: k W
.aigniing we s hoskiM ine in to the w; Jo'x Wm. W ; Johspu Robt. c Kisl y Geo w. w: Klnagley W E. w. Bltch. Geo M. w: BBtch (my V.
ol-tid r, ca d) *-- limit and make the drinalge ques- Leek Geo T. w c : L S n w: Muarray 3 Tr. e; Matchett L T. w: 1BUcS B R. w: EBraMey. Brry. e:
CCT adogtd qT -- -Ot---r t- i.n a stide ilue itn eomnraron. iLemon Miles. c; MXtee Adam. c: w; Matebut WeeL. w; U Ja, w; Burm, J T. w; BE r. J a. w; wr-
s ad opted for other baking Pow Mcellw 0aepey. c; eb w r egs. irea. I
^ 1k L K,--- ,Mitchell Pompey. e; Mo mm Meol __;M on_ l. ..... ..t. .-e;. : lB w Ct r. Aw:
der CbeCuse of their Cheapness. Mr .' Sande,. who spent Thurs- Mosby Willie. c: Mcheb Thatedare iw; Pegl.m w R. w; Brd. J W. w; J Ba e; w t
hlay in ca1a. has one to Dunnellon. e: Morrison Jao. w; McNel B. w e* mr D w: w: CDGtmw. AlWl Ge: Cw-
toe th- gueft of Mrs. Edgar Smith Perry Simon, c; Pyjes 8 R. .r; Per- Weils I P wa. Wadrs J 3 Jr. w; olm. am e: Cwry. W a, w;: mur.
f>.r ev-eral weeks. kis J w Puf Calvta. c; R gen__s i W;aldro D M. w; Wels T .N. Jr. w: JD w; Cls. TX W, mJ
omeT^ e e nowoe ec . ,,w vToa. -- Daniel. e: Redding Sam. w: ReLdid jWells Albert w; WeOhW A DA w. Wot lal :; WIes ) w:
H,-n J. C. French and Mrs. French 'Ruben. w: SCewart Madison. c: Tay- T N. Sr. w; We; W Imef.. Cnruptes. A.-w; DvlT, Iwmag e:
uh.e M!,en the sumrner at WorchEwter. lor 8. c: Ulmer .. aae. e; Ulmer Noah.! FMreit o. 15 Limals Ditkls. Min.y c; iaV a e;
*AND OF MERCY ,,* i ir--nT in4 anv :,nt-restel friend Mas.. ar- exorected bhor Nov. lst-. e: Ulmer Wesley. C: Umer Steve. C: Drawdy G .H. w: Dowell W H. ': Davts. eSimo. c; Dow G. e:
4 th. ltand4 1 6- t !ml i Vog: Wmi. c: Vtirdea l ac. C; .Wil-. Gandy W F, w: HoCli ager lDa, w: Days. Lewt e; DaMvt. Nare, e: Da-
Sran un .. .,. -n-....n N.\t 4th a .-, d, . Rev. H. W. Little. former rector of, liams Chas. c: Wise Calet c; Wise Myers N P. w; MeCrasey Daca '; via. L D. c; Davtaw A I e: Vt De-
5.1-" t., r, a ,i .!. V ..- t, ,,n. All rOem'r*.r mut wear bad *a and. .Orae church, this city. tis now- rector Jao. c: Waif Hiliard. C: WMs Wn. McCrasy Pormme, w: McCrmey C A. ry. c; Dem. M F. w; F.w;. Isac.
.-1 at ,it ,a- I.j i t,v ht. re-tr, th- kindly b-r in mind. tht 'aut iur 1 or"of 'Chrit church. Troy. X. Y. e. w; McCrcan. J A; w;: Nobamo j. c;a : EWm Ges. ta; : mwui;. B, w:;
It-% *. 'w* H n tr-ir lit.rien f.r t.I e *. bi lue and hite ,ly Kidney cure will muu-e any Precinct No. 8--Su.em elteld. i: SmsNo. w WUUSS 3 w.'I? R .: 5Mw : W; JT
,.. t, ,,f M,-y !A ,ile.-ti.m will t.- takn upi fr- t ae'w- of kidney trouble that Is not be- Billups R 0. w; Brown J W. e: Preiaet No. 16, Citre F. 3 D. w; a ft a,. w;
are.nt. .,r. , l..,.> r-,u.-t. lI'; i ylrnd midkal aid. Sold by all dealer,. Billups I S. w: Branch J K. w: : Busleson T B, w: Bureson DaneeL Fvaser.'.n, e: Preymth. J 3 w.
Branch L B. w; Blackwell Kddie. C-:Iw: Barcus David. w: Borlandd J w; Graham. Loa. c; Oraha. M e:
Blackman A M. w; Blackman J N. Burry Van. c: Eoyt W B. w: Blakey Gowin, J J. w; Garrson. Peter, e
HOw Counts Hampton. ': Counts Bel- Lawrence. c; BurIon E T. w: Bunt- Oal~~s Wm. e: Geoge J. aw:G(b-
S ton, c: Carter A T. c: [Mllard 8 J. w: Iley Miner. c: Baker Ge% c; Brooks L n Peter. e: Hammond. W P. wf
AS FASHION WOULD HAVE" YOU DRESj1^??r.uF^rn:m.^:"u'a B`
ADodson W J. w- Dun'ap Fred -: w: Carawell S T. w: Crosby W J. Horn. Joseph H. c: Hanis. Mm. c:
Dillard Frank. w: Dillard Thos W. w; Carter R I'. w; Clemmons Henry Hora Wlie, e; Jo David, e;
w: Davis J \V. w: Davis E P. w: Ep- R. w: Childress C W. w; Dunan H G. Jne. Richard c: Jotmi. L .
Ston Geo. w; Dequevely V. w: Foster w; Douglass R -C. w: Daniels Frank. : Jacobs. Wn. e: Kiuge ArtMr.
S Robt. c: Frazier J A. w; Gadsou An'0: Douglass A J. w: Davis A J. w; c Klngrade. Chase. c: Kagead. Ca
Sm latest Suit of the S sel. c: Glymp J D. c: Galloway B G. Ellis G W. w; Ergle N W. w; Ellis Jr. e: Klucade. Jo. e; Kluscd Aa-
'c; Grimes %, S. w: Grimes Geo W. David 0. w: Fransat Wm w; Fran- deron. c: Klcade. Jess. e; Kerdy.
C:c Gadson Goin. r; Gordon Jas, c; zat H B, w: Fishback J C. w: Fiddle A J. c: King E W w: a JH Jr.
nit. i. t tii f '(;Griffi h Paul. c: n ope Bel C: How-Ij 1, w: George Caleb. c: Galloway B, w: LaiS Frank. c: Lanil. J H 8r. w:
it' it ailugs ron ar J iff. c; Heller WMin. c:; Hardeeyc: Grant Jas, c; Gibbs T H. c: Hob- Unbough. R G. w: Mass. Wah e:
Sth1 fiAill.ou . Kimt-lh Jas. c: Hampton Paul. c: Hector HI-; kirk J D. w: Hall Louis H. w: Houston Morton. Grant. c: Mitchell. Joa e:
tht' fln 9i .1^. |,. K in,'l- n "- ram. c: Hampton Jack, c: Harrits HII- Robt. c: Harvey Henderson Jr. c: Ho- MI1er. Tim. c: Mitchell. So, e; Mc-
Iti iW l Aii ( o.. 'lilor. arn ton, c. Jackson Handy. c:,Jackson A gan Jno W. w; Harrison T H. w; Hol- Mahion. Calvin. : McMabou. B e:
IJ. c: ohnson Thos L, c:; Mitche'! A land A H. w: Hearst Richard. w; Hall MrBurney. B. c: McBuney. Hemy. c;
w I5WiV IM~ li- (II o*ill cx-'\la- D. w: Mullins J W. c; Mayo N. w; W.rsiey. w; Hall David. w: Hobklrk j D. w:Moody. J 8. wa: NMit. Job.
till.y T. i. ,, i il ti | Morris Pat. e; Mullen Geo K. c: Mc- A L, w. Harp F W, w: Harrison W H. w: Maloy. W w: Myers. W M. w;
t l4I I. iey lia l I ie ;White W F. w- McMoody C J L. w: w: Kunzle V F., w; Lwis Morris, c; MCre. FW. w: Mctlvalue. W T. w;
IlEt killk- klinowni to -Mcrocken H, c: McWhite B B. c; l awi Ja* M w: Lee W E. c: Murry M n. A w: cqualM. W A. w:
McKay W S. w: Proctor Jas D. w: Jerry. c.: Mithell Noble. c; Moore A S. MeGahagin. Geo.' w: McDemaM. N M
ailor of lilte world and iParhbum Robt, w: Palmer Chas. c: c; alphurs J N. w: Moore J P, t.; w: Melver. Chas. w. North. T K. w;
Ritck ,tson J F. w; Smlth.Solomon, w: McCvy Thuc H. c: Milligan J B. w; Newklrk. Georg. w: NIltrk. U M.w:
4.' w iO Wmin. c; Smlth Jas, e: Taylor Ayer. H M. w; Perry Jas L. w: Roberts McMahom. A H. c: Melva. J A. w;
Wor t I hat 'fill IM' pillt into Jas. e: Taylor Aex. c; Taylor W F. Champ. c: Ramey Stewart. w:; Reddick McCally. 8 J. w: McMahom Ge e:
SIc: Taylor Joe. 4 arnock J C. w; 1J N. w: Rowell W E. w: Redditt W A. Nelson. Henry. c: 01ff. B F. w; Plak-
lothesI. "l'it.y art ready- Warrack Dave. c Warnock J B, w: iw; Hhodes W M. w: 8mmnons Luke. ney. Henry, c: Pool. Je. c; Phillips.
-to-.w Tr and 1liI thes-' clB- iWillis J W. c; Warnock Solomon, c: tc: Steel Jerry W. c: Soughton Reubin, T. w: Patterson. Jeff. c: Pool. F P.
ti-t-'arandWh tthy 1Williams Sam. c. Ic; Sherouse Thoe L. w: Shortride c; Plllips. T M. w: Pedrik. 0 W.Ow;
'ase a malin tteyV look as Precinct No. S-Lake Weir. iRobt, w: Styly Jno. c; immoons T F., potts. V B. w; Qnartirma. B 3,Iw:
I i*h lvta eBrowning Jas. :* Blair Robt. w: w-; S ke"Jhe D. w-: Smnmonm D F,*w; Raberta. Sa. c; Be pr H T. ;:
.thtougfit the'y were ili:.* (P. Carney J L. w: Carney E L. wi; aWyr Chricthpr.e.; Tyson ,. c; Rets Dan e; Magers 7 e b-
pteiailly forthat individual. I ...... Dixon Jno. w: Drggers D E. w; Thoma Miller, e; T-wnand Geo M. ertai Wash. c Resrts. Xlr., e; Rawi.
....- ... p a r ilR. F*reeman Jas. w; Port-Jasu. w: Gran- w; Tompkhls J A. *ri Thorateom G T. w B w: Rawl, Cehb I w:
o) etry gratefully (do they fi atid hang. \. II. Kirclibatini A Co's. Fashionable Clothet tham J L. w; Hall wm. w: Holden J w: TimmoUs MJ. 'w: ?oumner w E. BawlL .3I. w: Xboera Gm.. e: 1oe-
R. c Harroll A J, w; Henry iA WM wI Townsend Steve. w: Wartmann E e r, Datel. c; Ri;hrd. OG U w:
IeV(' llack aythillg. They an- simply th,- I htt garnl ts your mouey can buy. Our D, w: Martin J B. w; Moody Adel- L w; 'Woodward Harry. c; Wykoff Scm. Chas, e: Smth. Utas e; M.
stArry is n.o, sto-ked with ie-w ,-lothies and we will. as heretofore. dress the well dressed M. w: RuMeGaaGeo. w; tar : Nee J m y: Jar'Psnu' a. w;wle os r.vk w: anStevem. C C, we; MiSSS.
mllen of ('ala. e invit Smith Jno J. w: Smith E J. w; A. wr w atson re adir, A. w: m.
O Sinith E J. w f Seers L W, i: Presimet No. 17, AntUmey ; lth. Johus c: s ems,
f Thomas rtenry. e; Wesaever W J, w. Andrewas C'ha, w; Baskl, A A R; e; Sled J M. w; Thomas. same. e;
TPrecinct No. 10-Mn Stluff. B I J C, t; Bk J w; B ris,- WIa. W J. w: W miieti. AI.. e:
Xr~nUNa, *O-. l op F W. w: Bowt K w; Bows 0 M. Wates. A W. c: WsNsa. ; e:
V Bront Geo .., w; Berter T H. w: w: ilfmdIt R A, w; Bsests. J D. w; watems P Wc; WMes H UIs e:
n.._ .- CaldweU J B, w; Chalker J B. w; Broan Wm K w; .omMe4J B. w:, KB .
N PRICE DEALERchalker J H. w; Sv Richard e; Cainc.. Sner. e; ; Ch, No *ni
ldsall J M, w; Port A W, w: Port Cahoomm. F P. w; ClItch. Wn. c; Day.
_-__ 'Jno H. w; Grigs P F, w; Orilga L j D. w; Davis, DasteL c: Duchtt. J Ar Wn. e: Aalwet. JM 3. w:
A, w: Grtggs T B, w: Grglq H P, w; H. e; Daniels,. 8 B. w; Davis, G B, Ashby, Sampter. c;: Saw, W. e:
C O I H AWIq FC TGriggs T H. w: aHigglm A M w: Hoil w:a Ellson. F W, w; Porbes W T. w; BarrenB.ll W H. c: Brw. : BT -
EAU a-;ly J P.w;Hudnell A T. w: Hbltqc A Forbes. E F. w: Forbe, H D, w; Ore relt. Jo r. w: Brown. A. e;: BMarber.
,*W ,J 1 J. w: Halllford J Jr. w; Jackson W Noah. c; Graham. Jas G.0 w; Gates. Jas 0 W, e: Bryant. W R. w; Bwrtt. J .
W, w; Lewis oan T, w; Martin W E, W. w; Oriner. J B. w: GrifStA B. w: Bradl. 3. w; Crwe. JSa c;
- w; Morrison Murdock, w; Mathbws w:; Griffin. W W. w: (ree. W am. Colte. Benedlc. c; DteblMn. P. e;
6 Gus. w: Morrtson M H. iw: Martin Jno c: riffin. D W, w; Harvey. J H. w; Daltels Be. c; Edward Wm. c; Foe-"
S - S. w; MorseJ A. w; Martin E L. w: Howell. W W. w; Howard. Wm. w; msa, J A. w; Groem. W R. w; Ood-
S-.-l --- > Mock J M. w; Morrison W J. w; Mar- HIIL C R. c: HamUton. W H. w; Bird. ram W. c: Gala O M. w: Orew. P
S> tn H E. w: Mills A l w: Mock H B D C. c: Hael arda E L w; HIlmana Wlso. w: A ter, J C. w; ayse. A
Sw: Marsh L D, w: Martin 8 J. w; J M. w-; HowellU. C B. w: Harrison, B H. c; Hymo Nathan. c; BNe. Jack.
T .*. .< ."McClain Thos, w; Plllans J C. w: w: Hut. E P. w; Isom Geo e: HIIL J C, c; Heier. Glema. e: ar
"F~ *~ T -ib nen* Pillans L H. w; Perry Isaac, w: Bog- Isom. Prince, c: Irby. J R w: Irvine. rlson,. Pank. c: HErdier. J r. w:
.... .... .... -r------ M ... ers O H. w: Sellers Go. e; Snell J L E. c: Irby. E ,H. w; Jooes T P. w; Hopkin L w; Haem. Jno T. w;
"h^ ........ ....A. .. ... wA: Slebeiton D F. w; Staasland H. Jones. Hulme. w; Jenings. J3o. c; Jackson. Andrew. e; Jeara. Arichy.
I--- ... --- .. "- .. w: Smith 5 A. w: Stanaland Jos, w; Keener. G R. w: littner. Thoe J. w: c; Jenkins. Dubla. e: Jehmona. Da v.

-. AL Sellers David. w: Snell Oliver as, w: Leiter. B H. w; Lam S B. w: Und c; Jacob*s c; Jond. Ba.ry. ; Jaoeeb,
Lad <* :' Tillis J N, w: Tillis W M. w: T111t ner. Chas W. w: Lamb. T A. w: Lett- A. w: Jo3m. Hery. c: Jacobs. Ma-
Are.T G W. w: White A J. w: Waters G W, ner. J E. w: aImb. t. w: Lamffan. to.- c: Johnson. Johas,. c; Jear
SPIg w; Wilson Jas. w: Waters 0 A. Chas. w; Lovell. Jam. w;: Lamffna Geo, Wra J. ; Jeklas. Albert. c; Lid.
Precinct No. 11. Grahamville w; M 8mmons. ;: Meadows. J w: Lucts. Ambroe, IUtle C
HEAVY WIRES, cI F MESH. PIG TIGHT. .bshre Wm, F. w: Crowell Jotah, c: W; edows. H A. w: MHan.W e: a Joph, ;
cordrey E 0. w. Counts W A, w; Cox. B. w- McDowell W M .w; Neal. Robt. H. w: LodIs J A. w; IAde. P A w;
ToI anid laott.mi bars No. 1, galvanize wire: Intermetiate bars, No. 11, galvanized w w: ca-on ne A. w: Chaker. : Priest. Columbus C. y. T.; M W.e s.
,41r.irabs 1vS 1. w; Durls.oe P L w: Dudlay Jo Gc. w;# Priest. W -A. w: Priest C A. c: Mat Rlhard D. : e
wit.: *ta . l. ahaliized wire. 12 illls apat, : Dee Win. r R Plummer. B w: Prest. Le i w J L e: Mitche. Tom, w; J
Frt N A. w. Fore W H. w: Fort R Pifer. A. w: Priest. J N. w; Rusell. w- McClendo. SImon P. w; ~eAter.
re rg J P w R Jr. : Smith. W T. w: Shealy. E Dad. e: McCedo G w: Nelseo.
LARGE STOCK, QUICK SHIPu j-S. w: Gibr Jn -: GoreJ A.. Smth. D A. Stewart. Geo. ;J ix. I w ot. w ;
K. w: Grahamn L M. W: Gibton Allen. Souter. C D. w: Smith. A. c: E Polly. E A. w; Pelote. Fa. w .
^ ri... r... .. .~ 1, ._. _- .... ,-.. aTm ,. i ^ K. ,-, w: Smsth. W G. w: Slier. Jno. w:. w_: Pratt_ VD P. -: Protr. 0
ri.. o -r ,:j i-RA.i:Sae.CliorTaJ.B.:w:e. Cas LABT:W:eond:ie1

Si Large.i st i zi o'K o Ligni an nHeavy





In Central Florida.


Welare IRxcluive Ageents for M JlL WO(l Fene Also.

HAN" CA &,Gma Ns~

S.- F_ x. <.- l bv JPton. w;- Good Iswain. R A. w: Sealer. Calvin. c: Tal- J- w: Ridge. R C. w: P-M Ge0 e;
in W A. w. G'rantham F w; HalyIt om" J H. w; Tarner. C EL w: White, trouble. D E. w: S mmc, Jai. e;
'm eW A. wlu ranthain H u R Rn w 100 A.Me. Fm-a- :wHi ag
Robert. w: Hull B L w: HllyF Prank- Paul. c; WIlns,. R H. w; White. Gom. Steplight. MNe. c; Sam I.eL reP. e;
lWn S. -: Holly Granville. w; Holly Bif: Wltberpon. Wm. N. C: Wilson. Slyke. J A. c: Stanley. D C. a: Nb..
Sw: Hogan m. w olly W Wm. c: White. William, c: Wright. L Porter.- c; MedL J N. w: IR. Ledvs,
Hicks J A. Heneans A AL w: Ho- w;. W. Tebrb. W C A. w m R W, tw .
gan C H. w: Holly D F. aHenderson w P.: Willam. Wash, a Wright.
WV T. w: Holly R U. Holly Alex. w; Ple n. S oo t H P. e: W.; IM. Wm ca; Wrhte
Hlckman B L w.: Hale Jno C. W; I tot. c; At e; Ab ar-; Am ; WIem-. *N. a:;lmi. W IM. A
Holly J W. w. .orc. knE P, w: Atkia ot W. e: WIoN J. a ; e: a Be"
Johnson E J. w Jacko a M w J*o W, w: Brown 8tepben. c; Browg e. C W IlamaRard <:Z 1826
Johnson w. 0 W Alick. c; Boler. Geo. -c; Baxter. H B. KeJohn F 0. w. w; Blair. Jam FP. : Chalpe Cls. c: e: WUi n. Aek e; .WMMes IA-
Kelly F O w s-el Coleman. Win. c; Croft. WM w: CoA mm C: WI m .JI wa; *lr l llm
usk PIpg wR F. . AkIo. e: Carry. J'C. c: IDa s. Ot A C. w; WMttlr. Trm.a w-.
Moormaa W P. w: Baom Menry. w.: e steriag Brce Lee. w; F i Padst NR. ashts-
Mule E w: Maa C X w; Ma Ceaser. c1 GIMMrse Ja, c; GuMve iAMM W1 w Ap:; AFbM. A w;
Mp .. D .& w; Gbadm. awes C, w; may- ia ry. Ym asL c; sB.m A= .* e;
pokifs J W. w paterm I W. w; a. IAn ae; Bad C B. w; B mr-- C P, w;; UW:J i ;.rW;
PerMmEM WPOeAMR.W HeLw* le 5 b. C: Jame Albert e ;Dmvy LJ5IL w: awry. D3L. w;,MWl
mAdanll T W. w: aReynolds H L w: Ja- n. DOwtv e; Jamm, Jme, e; P. w: aUma. C IL w: bedft. J J w:
Roberts W D. w: RandaH J H. w: .Ksblu.e- wJ .; w.s Wm_, w; Caers 3 0 aw;- B -w ;
Randall P T. w-; Roberts W B. taser. Jna e;- I aer. aDa- lL e; C:mnbr. B IL w:- CabrIot IL ,r.
Reynolds J A. w. Kbloker. J H. sr, Weey. e: Cremer. W' P. aw: CSWr. CLI OS
Se-li J r. w Seawell A P. w: Koblock. Jas J. w; Kaobletok. V 'Himft P.w; Om mN. L -w; Coue,
Stoves J N. w; Stevens I P. w; Stan- iw: Knobik. I N. w: Knobleek. W A. W w; Caure. J P. w; M.
land <,. w. ;w: Kane. Frank. c: eIara. Ned. e; w: DaIrte. A w: i- k & A
Tiwiinwars aB W wwI TIne Pam WSa E am.duan da A .-

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Just Arrived.

WVe have just received a nev

fresh line of Candies from the

best manufacturers in this


The Following Will Give You an Idea of Our Assortment


G(ypsy Mixed, Extra Sour Lemon Droly, Extra Sour Wild
Cherry Dropi. Extra Sour Lime Drops. Extra Sour Orange
Droip. Horehound Drop.. Wintergreen Starlight Kisses,
Burnt PI'aliuts. Butter Diamonds- Maple Blocks, Japaneso
MIn--. PeIiPppermint Cream W:ife WafeR.r. 1lhland C('r.TTis. M:apihilI-. C<)oa-Nut Bon-Bons,
I',o\.r'rd lDt.-s. I.** ( 'r-;enl Kisses. Cream Chips, Bisque
Fruit Iim-B .ons. Fig ( 'rainmls. Fig Cocoa-Nut Squares, Iot.
it. ('aramels. C(-oa.Nut Milk Lacaroons. Little Baby Cups.
Satinettes. Peppermint IL)zenges. Wintergreen Lozenges,
Crystal Jelly Strawh.rries. Moro-co) Jellies*. Orange Slices.
L.em(,n Slices. Etc.. Ete.. Etc.. --------......-------.. -



Wilt Move Their Stock of Goods to;
Newptot Nwv, Virginia
Mr. Maurice Handelsman returned
Yesterday afternoon frm Newport
News. Va.. he sent ten days
looking over the city carefully. and
* electing a store and residence. both
eof which he accomplished. Mr. Haan-
,delinan leaked a big three-story store
.and btjsment. which he says, with one
exception. ,Is the best store-amd the;
best location in the city. He ww1U"te i
'the. entire h uilltg in the big business
which he will do there. He also rented
a comfortable residence in the best

s H .,L ITCrciuvia L6L R ftat

~ 1e~og'Hld h


OCAL4IjA, ..

H as Upon Pubfit; Con664 1 1 by Its. I*WR

-i of town... -
Newport .Nes has About 30.00 in- '
habitants. and a great many people
iare eriployed in the ship building in-
dustry. It is only 2. et-nts fare to thbe -
.Jamestown -'xpIositin grouns, and ,
next year. in particular. husineps there
Mr. Han san will lee Ocali B ev ng it win be to e te e oft t rn ai MA 1
promptly on the Orst of January and
!will va(-ate their store here on the I
I night of the 31 of D-eemnber. Mrs. 6 ,& COOKnMWC&V CU t ,W -- a
S I Handelsman went to New York. where
She is buying new line of "fill-in Cash basis: ..
;goods for the store .e',. a;tn the new'
stock for the Fvtor-Ploo:.n .t'ore. to be
opened next to the st-re. She* II U
is also Purchasing the st. k for .he" l
I ewp rt Nevws store. 0
SThe Boton Store, Mr. Handelaman
snys, from n.w till moving time will
;give su.h bargains as have never been L UUf VFI C
heard of in this olid town. and he will
surely wake things up. He says that
he does not want to pay freight ba k, CO~emqutlly Beftt V l4d to O afad.- -n
to Newport News on any more goods. '
than he can help. when the rate to November st oa tetm wil be st y icd a e iIW cr
j that poiint from Neo v%'rk is t's; than
one third what it is to ala. Tho f patom e ta e puat aa oddn a
wa for a liieralshareinthe tlie Ld es we ame

Victoria Chocolate )rops. Marshmallow
Drops. Salted Pea

The following are all Chocolate Candies.

anuts, ............


15c Po

same kind

that is sold everywhere at 40 cents per pound.
Vanilla Dropl-. Peppermint Drops, Wintergreen Drops.
Trilby. Honey Sticks, St. Nicholas. Paralines. Sour Orange.
Sour Lemnon, Apricot, Maple. Coffee. Raspberry, Dates.
Pine Apple. Figs. Caramel Kisses. Creme de Mente. Greno-
ble Walnuts, Pecans. Pignolia. Violet Tops, Josephines,
Yum Yum. Caramels. Peanut Clusters, Jellies.' Macaroons.
Chips. Nanon. Marshmallows. N. Y. Almonds, Opera Drops.
Wafers. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.,....................--........


Florida East Coast Railway
L l rm Car 1k I sBM Sceplkr Ie l1
am- IMuNmOW reAD SOW. N-o". N -_iD-R A- UW.
St.s so. t STATIONs. &* Ow --
_ _a,.. _'_s,_
C Sopm 9 2-tm Lv..............Jackmsoville..............Ar 7 2-pm S-- i
6 a pm 9 2mm ............ Fouth JacksmvUle...............Lv 7 lope 8 47M
7 mp 10 4m .................SL AguUOne.........6..... *." lp 45s
7 &tpm 11 8m ". ................ Hatings................." &6 ep 4s
a pm II am ............... Fat Paatcks................." 5 20pB 6 M
G 3pm 12-0u --Ar ............. Palatit.................. Lv 4 4-pm 607am
S 4apmn t anim I.v ... .............. latk .................. AT r & pm r &4*W'
.. .. l. .............. an Mateo .................Ar ...... .. ........
SPi.i'n .... ..........K-ian Mateo................. Ar 9 Ipm.........
9 epm i- .-'p-m Lp .P........... liunuells ..................Ar 4-- pm nam-
14p 12 40pm ) "" ................. l. upoat.................... 4 23pm 6 a3 mB
pm I lpm . .................. -uon .................. 3 h6pm 6 am
O pm I -'tn ................. l. laytonl.................. 3 4-spin I 4 4 m
0 t13pm I spm "* ............... rPort Orange................. 3 pim 4 r7smi
t0 X',nlm 2 Opm Ar ........ .... New S vmyrna... ....... . 3 15pm 4l.amn
11 1otn 4 4-4p4t" Ar: .............La ke elen...........I oipm 6 I:Pm
1I 2 nam i .% '.tmti r: ..... ....... ........ 1.e ............: 1 opm pm
11t I m i &I 0" 1 : ...... trance (lty Juvertont......... ; 1 45.n m 'Opm
10 41.';r, "2 luptm Lv................ Nt-w m vrna ................Ar 'I pmn AIam
II i I -.Ii.n 3 I [A .p Ar................ Titustille.................. ** 2 M pIlB 3 0oJ m
11 10 m 5 'lpmn Ar:.................... n lord..................lLv II aiam -6 ; *pmu
A It 1 arm 'L%; ....... ............ tAr .5 1pm II nam
-U 1 pm 3 tr I- i.,.... ............Titu- ille................ Ar 2. >.2 m 3 an -
12 lam : i ........... .. kle e .................. I r 2
i O:tm 4 :.' 'i si ; allte................ 4;pm 1 l am
I :tm 4 t m.I ....... ...... .. .. le llr ....................." 12 3;pri rmn
I :i 4 m ...... . 't i ............... I 37 m 11 "t'1am
S m .. ... ... t,. ........ nC m ,
S n 4 .. n. ... ............ I I" h n II 2 pm
S3 S ta i .. ...... ... .. ........ T 17 i t In 1 Al9t->
4. S2tam ;: . -I'n.. .... ........... . : mm 1I p1
3 ( l 6 4 Palm pn e...... ... ....... 1 am 1 YM:
S m ...... r... .......... 4 10 n
S.. .... .....
S4' r . ... ... ......
5 'A+'*I t ",, ""i ..' h ........ . . .'.m f ;s.
.% 4'tn Q ; 4 T i :* .. ........ l. a n. ............. ". .l i l. in

;, 1 tia; ns. ...' *
fto 11 ', ... .'. ( ....... .. ".. . 7 r.
7 r'* r ;-i : .:. .. ..... 5[i l l. ..... . .. G 7r i" .1

-n 7
N .. \ . ...... l ia ri l ........ . .... .' ., . 'If m
Iet, ; ns A': li .e l .... ...... ic r7
4[, t ?'*i (,. ;'* :n,'",'
g.s 2e. t EI AYPORT BURACH 'o. 18' 20 o. 22
*S* T Sund a ay cGov ail S6a,4 Dam

,2 *.' o vt j -n V.r1 I ia* 1ck-o v'ler . *Ar 4 'an tt
I t I. '''I "*__w*..rZm sk.~~g .A ~ 7'S ~m *
10 10 'ar :7 '-am *.........l'abl o id.te~ch ....... ~iI ~ ''
Vq- -'.a 'n i n 9t'i 4 ISla ......AtItttIa 1-c ..... .n it'su 44;:
S1to, I tim t M yprm ....4.S' .. ia 4 '

.C~eeeCesascatiem Medat Miami with Stemmblpm21 ft P. & 0. S. S. Compaw)
"avana and Key West.
ix %i i P. V% Tiic .21 l4pin LvHAV'ANA .ThurgaYk.....i12Oftr.
\.-&m;4av-. I to l rpu Ar KEI %V'-T Tanrolov, .. N qs
8~ -'s''.. .rM vK FY Al I-T 1Thiv lv. M'wtsr.~Inarg 93 7yo.
Ari ..4 Thi.-- lay,..~~. 4&P~ r 41.MI F_ v.T :-day~s 5 -; n

*i I

SDeputy Sheriff Wim. Iutson made T W
thNi morning what may prove an it- Yow R ctft,
I portant arrest. Several negro mon
'were quarreUngc and cursing at the W '
Sd Seaboard depot early this morning and
1u n d- smashed the peace and dignity of the
community all to pieces, when Mr.
Hutson came along. He arrested the . .,
two who'were making the most trouble
ahi on one of thom found a big pistol. -- --
j)ne of the men is on Mr. Gordon's
"wanted list," and the officers feel
sure the o her one Is also wanted.
Lost. a memorandum took. ,,xS In-
ch und Inred leather contain- SACRIFICE
Inz city stat',.!tc: 3..d other mtinor- j S A CH M"F AC IE
anda. Return to Herbert A. Ford and
PIK get reward. ;





The registration books for the 0ey,
Sof Ocala are now opea, and will re-
main opee at city clerk's office till the
second Saturday In November, lWt.
EL C. lstrunk.
Clerk and Ex-Ofcido Supervisor of
R4tt biateon of City of Ocala.
Baby had a little pala.
Father said: "That kid again!"
'Mother gave her Cascaswet-
SFather said: "It ean't be best." is a vegetable corrective
for the stomach and bowels of balbies
and children. Contains no opiates. and
the Ingredlents are on each and every
bottle. Pleasing to take. Sold by the
Anti-Monopoly Drubstore.
Tax Deed Under Section S of Chap-
ter 4388. Laws of Florida.
'Notice Is hereby given that J. '.
Webb. B. C. Webb and C. Carleton.
dodgc business under the firm nam,- of!
, Standard LIme Company, purchasers
of tax certificate No. 930, dated the
7th day of August. A. D. 1899, and cer-

It is now generally conceded by peo-
ple who know that the "El Tropleo
Havana Smoker." made in our own
home town, Is the best smoker ever
put on fhe market.
Whether cigars are made in Tampa.
Key West. or any other place, makes
no difference; it is the quality of the
tobacco that makes a good smoke, and
hot the name of the town on the box
that constitutes a good cigar. Ntice
the "green band".and take no substi-
tute, or one that Is offered you Just
as 'good." as there are none.
Our "Milo Deyo" nickel cigar (red
band) and Randnd Royal" ten and lit-
teen cent goods (blue band) neei no
further Introduction, having been
smoked for years by the best people
and pronounced "the best" for the
Above brands are o0 sale at first
class cigar stands. *
El Tropico CigaT Factory,
S Ocala. Fla.
Mothers need have no hesitancy In
eontiulbag to give ChamberlaL-'s
Ceugh Rlemedy to their little one., as
It contains absolutely nothing !njur-
loas. Tiis remedy is not only perfct-
ly Wafe to give small children. Ib"It
Is a medicine of great worth and merit.
It has a world wide reputation, for Its
cures Md coughs, colds and croup and
can always be .-elled upon. For Lale
by all druggists.
J. WV. Dutton of Mascotte, a well
known navall stores man. was at the
Ocala S e lKst nighL
Mr. I. Fr. Hyman of was In
the city today and last night, a guest
of the Ocala House.
Ther were twenty-tsix arrivals at
the Ocala House yesterday.
Special. rates to regular monthly
boarders at the Montezuma hotel, and

hoc Co.


Wr -1 n NL VeaL Fkae~s Sbat V aA 84 MfdmAt-
moves star Ham, Azm'3 Ps VaS M- Chb.'

PHN M 0 a a 0 a ft* CfVV WARUI.E


7 be-I an unusual' amount
df sickness in and aroum Martl e
past six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. : vIi.-of Sefrtal. 14A
their flve-year-old soB from the efdsti
of spasms Thursday. Oct. td Th
have the sympathy of the eommmaltI .
"Ms. W. ag is co
frpnm a stubborn attack of foe' six:t
week's duration.
W. B. Johnson, of the Martel Laum-
ber Co.. has returned from a vidt to
his family yat Valdosta, Ga., of sev-
eral weeks.
Arthur Hardaker is ha tiVg a .co
resMente erected on qualityy row" of
Martel. The cage Is all right, but
where is the bird?
J. I. Smith of Berlin l finishing a
two-story butiding on Marion avenue,
and will use the ground floor as a store.
The Martel school is progressaing
nicely, under the efficient manage-
mena of Miss Stella Martin, who de-
scends from natural born teachers.
Mrs. L. S. D. Curry of Jacksonville, I
who has been nursing her stek slater
several weeks, will return to Jatkson-

u tificate No. 317. dated the 2nd day of : you will find there a lot of congeqial ville Monday.
June. A. D. 1902,. have filed said cer- people. The members of St. Johns Sunday
tificates in my office, and have made ---school presented to H. W. Cong, super-
application for tax deed to issue In c-- Keep the bowels o p-n when yv u intendent during the past forty-five
cordance with law. k Said certificates have a cold and use a good remedy to years. a nice $15 dollar Morris chair.
embrace the following described allay the Inflammation of the mucous Oct. 14th, through the pastor of th0
Property situated in Marion county, membranes. The best is Kennedy's church. Rev. W. A. Weir, as a token
Florida. to-wit: Sw% of the nw% Laxative Honey and Tar. It contains of appreciation of his services, which
and nw1% of s*%, sec 26. tp 14, r 4i1- no opiates. moves the bowels, drives he very much appreciates. Such per-
8'0 acres; and also sel4 of the nw4. out the cold. Is reliable and tastes sons as Hon. J. M. Barco. B. B. Barco.
sec 26. tp 14. south, range 21. east- good. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Geo. J. EBos. N. Barco, D. AM. Bre.
40 acres. The said land being assevsed i Drugstore. MVedamesU IL Graham, A. J. Turger.
at the date of the issuance of such J H. Brooks. and Mrs. Ollie Bachel-
certificate In the name of Gertrude The Ocala News Company is opening dfr; were scholars Int that Sunday
Hess and parties unkr.own. Unless an elegant advance line of hooidayl during the sixtes. An extra-
said certificates shall be redeemed ac- n. in all of the most beautiful domes- ordinary feature of the superntead-
cording to law, tax deed will issue.! tic and imported gqods. The tna is- ent'a history is. that during his long,
thereon on the 8th day of November. the la *t," the mo6st1 expensive lnd tefio 09service he has not a l
A. D. 1906. . the best selection they have ever car- fllte* on account of persoW a -
Witness my official signature and tried. .: as, and was nev
seal this the 6th day of October, A. D. _l!te. __;
:906. S. T. Sistrunk. Maj. R. A. Greenk he commission After running four grelluftpry
'Clerk Circuit C~ourt, Marion Co., Fla. man. s in the city for a few days froi Carter's Pontd to *Tle J
MaJ. Green has just arrived from Il. U ; t Railway Co., the t i.
In the Circuit Court of the Fith Ju- linois. where he has ben buyingpad I peramently located witMa a hbaf-mile
dila t Circuit of Florida. in and for shipping peches. He came on dowi4'WWt o' Mr. H. W. .&aug nmi --..
dMarion Crounty-In Chanceryl. to AustelL Ga., where Mrs. Green ha which places him within from a hI
M lon County-In Cian h bee staying, and with Mrs. Gr p to ome and a half miten of a tflstaU d
S! of y r a .T cam. e on to Ocala. yesterday aft ernoa. etoaSt, nrtlrth _d owit. A *
Wn. Torrey. Defendant--Order for li ) and.Mr Gm. are the guestW' if SOW&,T1lM If d '-b
, Constructive Service. .Mr. and Mrs. J. J. rerig for a few dJ mfm w ofEd, re M LMWNp I N l-
It IS ordered that the defendant Moma a e Mr Green frMll o te 5 l f r ,
herein named. towit: Charles W. Tor- iIearwater to buy oranges. wlioS l.. a for N. t-ll a ofl.
rey. be and he is hereby required to WaMW-.I as Ueir-W. ML tthhim, ysea.

a nsamber beia bright ad tla-
eW ame m who wllmalt e ae
*, 1m wt7 and Sowyiy we to


-Motj .the --tlM
, 8" if the color ,i t ltby-
If there are sitt as I adr SM -t
Pameages too frequmft, scanty, soft-
SIa t t hme them to se Doas lWqr
i To ward of Brigffts disasp or l
M. J. Divine, printer. Bving at 751
West Duval street Jacksomvlol, maya:
I can testi tfto the good qmtm
of Doaa's Kidney PU. I Meed t em
for kidney ad artaary trouble Ia
found great rein ef. I have bfte afm f-
el fOr the past three or fmar year with
backache and troubled wtb kidney m,-
Creteam The kidney secredo wt ma
a&aoylNg. dark to color, and eout F
sediment 0 natandan. I was ais
obliged to arise several tms dm r '
the night and was also Wtreukd der
ing the day from tthe am cease. Th
backache prevented m be.m s bi-
and often I lay awafke ar sw q$
bhors during the night ed ay-
thing I oeld get IO t he y at lo
remedies and rabbe A m b wMbM
anihnensa. bie fttfts aso saw d
A iMead reesmidsiad Doaf 's Klmr'
PiUN to0%andJwa I pe-mgdiAtboz. s
used- W ms..a my bag
sbte". I ha ass h a t I
PW Md.m* WitA thie DNAe am s-
Uthe bees R m Sod oa y
e pn lto V t my e aed. I saf

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wb, A: a Eer : v *i-.%t 4AM:: tbc :imgedw-t en-iu

Theb b

*Ai g-. :,.t I wed pa~- wu r a* o-L

a 'rl ,' 1*, In0i l-- t4.e!- C -.J~'~ tb &Z in&M t tt' W=P. W*S.I. '?

Tbry an ma"in a claw ONby 4b~
mand bin@ at Cry-~.w
W ~: .. >- I~ ~ -~,u Isa -Ts foT'ml!AA- We 0cM
ex r!,-w-. -t V I t.Se fL.!Ire W. tY'

Lad towspw,. a1 Mturout'sa I&t.-v,t,

vk.a u V fwq1 ihn Lamw

gSOMM U-Ief t"L 2 S paf&2
for% T"aitop hasrdinmt.- &and I.thow
o .mjed L30 to 4 &ft 66a 91,1as 0*


buueof 3In a n si' Vicm
Ibinurwy. l"meIAMMWiu wsdsc kn lot
uW~k UMkooooh, vfr hW#tO4 ibISS&-
s-omaftd & awrba 4rNo .berviwr
Lawast. Late rftfdUlm.a'it i, wepmepS
Ai.~'* Ntuasr= m I~ e-As.4all
U*s t4voalwoatN o .sp a ii ittt a
emu&L baok has !'aee r-lr' ijuk-d I rum
*skowwr.a as tI4&atl ui Abt-&z s-ciAt
&11 the dighcwma .-tmm -.10 p~rarnsev.
ouble~ai etS huu.C-s* r,&otilf.thL im
the.s umn .4 1ialowtus bt~hI~
4.'? EndMU* wbdmsfWeach oem UbA *ftevS
C.-'Whd u 11W lrwreuS mcd.-
4 one ".! u0~ eLft-- t,.sika_:,be

P-41 I Crl to I.* l' ett-rf. &. lIp IC R
I'kETlv bi a N'T a-1-1 1.pjurmun
Vow m. b~,IA i.. L ,A P1 0 1w
6at w-1 t. -4 a' '-.U t. .,.do

vot-'ir "wI..-'L.a' r'-to -!gft~g viaunr;
&& tait0. -sue .4 SOw fm at SkI i A, :A L1
gfmdtwja. u V astitaw I zl 1-r?'wsss- SIa-Va
Vos*Ue Nqrwnisti-.f t I reat r a -q
cortt *rh4."rwi-.i'w n' iwf-f. iand
dctzdoa1wI U?%flUSf* '!
is-ala !' tt'lUs LI't aam I *Iu~.l'
asimbents 10 vutin4c V lwf AAA I
fatbf. k-twI lA Oos-umc -Wl& nhstslzc-

qulurn "am Lit I.' -bthe FI*tam adS
'A&4siS i 'mt 4 %serk'j% shurt'inf the
-mm .1 4 t a tlye f.Q -tr i1& -St viuat'.*

"u Isw I tt-ml 1iAL Ke
As uh~l-p i tv twne- 6w,.1 a*j.Eisk-%I
PP w-wmr*. al Wil tl'tk 0.r 1- swvv
4Amct'tL* CA .wutw Ju 11-r -1h. S

ov .-.. Pc -a-fil'

re- 41 pvs~pu~f LCIP WIVIS; ml-

U bar!. ---a-a tdf:h!4mpwu
.5. ;-t -S ;;~hea pf kftf

Iw *twon a I .Jr& M

I', joho Iife. 0 of Pauanel. C-n. i.-
blxktuo.-.I 1* uv& lv~ msa c4 T~wrspem-
u,-* Lu isF r-Tu iaic kgimiw sav of
uftc"Vt V 4 H~i~slAo.w mei .a
th& ehw*f auuwedwect. o-1b Dr. .Fa-
%-Xw rv -L:A Veawmil ~U~bchl
iftneea~tb'v Sift SBa Utrf.!w ftrgv4_wor
" & Isi s&"fl',,a 4ua wtie*
naa~ki Lotf A4&tr W.1 sriv rs.1 00- ent
rwprudociv**%Vre a' c ullp .b4 Li., .,P ti
4,1glut 1 .,f:n.k. a4 ** th
LMp'sf&w*. IV Ula getw4fll peaemU~ow

Ah.'r pu'e 41wo uIA ,a"erAir AMP

rP-AL 44 dodmraoe, ou: w f ar tow"M
,u asfwd.t mthuUat a arncaw ia OEMwbch

Atmes$w n te t.4nainwan a tuelotd
SU.0 ewira tinewbr. Ul1IfluW
okr.a. e-a ame.i't. tO. C Ow~r

Ing ? .iw tf.r PuxtF.iln orIl4'
wt~. lung n %lwbwkd vt kr" a scakls

&&dL W-0 'L' t- -d -2 ?V*- a a !I t U' le lrpfkV

tanlv- pe'sannl. i s lsa! 'in. eaai d e t-
h-f~~~- thet~wIi f~ P.

I? oc Iq *'w to." k.! t~ s~&p t!
W'i SAwlk W60 VW, 14% s aus%W00I*d e-

WINA. Pvt.ou D 4ead3

ft .*)Lb. N. Yw. h*uwur4el

%ato*2.-I araas. sma eawe u-lodv be.,.wUV

p.... -mosta q. Pqwe. t* &Q J t --

Iaim. ai'La*a,

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41 :2~Ab* k-4

Thu. s the.14 1 aC ,4wivr PaayW601
&: a w Lrg-c'rtb 3 3

T-, W -~bot.i khe. vMaL*Y

&f,4 AJ'r). Iab.! it t-ti qo e Trr

4 Its- -d f;Tl

n' --E'Mw umg pray*- a"e ~

and no f *met& M I
smrm'.%fr-= OTMOAmkWe a ,
4. samy TO-T 2:1* JACIk te. a l
*mk bne


H H W Laos aMarteL vwwI mst rr. nte msTe or
wa la ~ur e ga &m =ad a g sbt -
Mj~ke Kiem ft~s b" Te frWmt
I b-, Sa,- ;~m'd &ad the hepnws--Be 8 oba Amt I& no pamrt
"- 0a m-ked mw T7e ft sW4 M mfm fow tA
xswz ileJl" woth Whize b aim toa m it azky .at Is frw-mb wY
mwuS.. Am w'UW act b se or
N Tau nhey Pr rir. vU h'hs Lu eenR. he10b" am*- nd the*we*

a:L.A~y LAke- crm~ids4 he vtjgdy.

c~wae ~&04 J st'r the bl& A ewees
trv-e1nimt ft 5- rS- by the AAO-

(X&Ia V-" pull !*1 ttmeitekb
C,32M'in tWith a&aaeSvaUtb aftAW-'
b1by SuptW&Iker. of the OOMoLS

"A -'TA 4d*j n-5 Th ursladT. An-. YK).A caai c~. c
a s~ H.41 mvl an md a"- I- a~ ito.r a euw
lo bntyGooad 10c@torhtt
'c-~ .ii w.~rkdpw ith b
Ww. S.~ea -md e Timee.came. up thu t
grsd nfty with bus wife.

%Sw Tad*u%'rHt'eand h.eCASTOR IA

Re~sf Wht 0The) Eat in ff yu 5u Ab U

KCa.PArig Whez .at oTbhe lAar ais j the
rbim -ftetw'camzth
Reading- -What I.tThe R*MgisM of

Rea~zg-%V~o tothe Piesp~Eknw-'

K-...IanC -Wh-t i s the Real Ruler of
ci'wsA' -Myrtk Wities

ft-ad la N 3!* tSpurhta

po m t ho

t- ..A-wr brovx-h: Asam"WtJ. SkWester
t,% %a-i-us !'Arties bft-&atishecarrieitd
~~I5~di r ponoq Sit elbst a 11(5054 In
avr &rt.a-un'I th~c R~nlz Lumrber Cvim-
~.tinil!&iSilver 8S-intgm The
rn.ubIo begnn tcrStp. 14th- It was
t-r'ugmchl e~oveJudge DeLi. wht~k Urn-
%:A*, o~u.-sver tw Juatice Sumter
k 1's.The )wi) in the, caw are Joe
Shu'ri. %' W_ Mattwws. T. F. Staf-
f'o-d 3 IR.)IArtin. J. C. B&SW. At-
To"n-N-4 H. A VItojrl ..t f 111W pwaitiff
i' ~ ~ a- S l!'-g* .-vo#twlare 3 for the l

Ur Vlcar Stnith. fthe tmttliss work
man-Anf 1'AmneI1~kqx. caine up this mcqu-
In& wthb h1 i' Iie daughter as the~r,
%zyto S$xintkm to vsit Mr. tmithaa*
tarsithc. M r,. IVL- Smith. Mr. SMithl

T"%* Ok-Aa Muisccompan he In *-
t*VIM t aa in#k, lot of sln& .ac~i-!
i?1.manflitiifs. geltaui s~rbW an

& ja DUr'cLa r .e of the rVPreeeta-
Itte Itijt s o SurnM=Aws@d...was is,
ItOW a s'dUY &a4d died At tb* Neate-'

Shipmran tL onducting in the
)N~-'ri'-UnIrA 1ot&. the beet t-&Veils

M~AE S: per dft hotel 10 the State.
if u tave never -taryod witbhihm.
tryu %t- h-'mase oret.

IXIR aAkLV-Fsnrty acres of Ploe'
kant Lhalf rcoered with gvsd tUmber.'
ftua! in ca'elleut state ofCitultivration.
Mtiaated on the Silver Sprinss bard-
nv~d.three mIlt's from (XOA~ia.Abhiaa
rsto.- of hogs. fArming utensiLa. StaCh
as Mo~wing usachi me. rakeo. p&>ws sand
erhlI'atom .Gkxwd reason for a'e~ui
&an -it liberal py4.-*e. Call 00 or ad-
oar*.Cif*. J. E Whasley.


T-e Itax roll of the My of COW&l tot'

16 4:1 rsnwan at 8tantom for a u'eet or us- -ear A. V. a19M.fien ow oped
*:L1 4 the hands oft the eity Mxz coi-
l. t Is- UJ'ttt est'r, Jthn 34. Graham. Anl taxes
NAPOLEON OWAPARTIE tbe pid son or hetore Deermuber!
at te batle t Asteritz. 1"0- s*n M. Grabam.
~ih~' ed. t th batte Ge setellts. Collect~ tor City of (kaaL
he zus tIhoegrtsatest l"der in the: hS ~ a W Iaflard**%'qwSw nimnbst has:
,%virkthe piubbe It Is thek bant Ua I- bout
'n-n i teW~tl AQic ?j4~' sr-od 15 hands. wtisfng abut.
l~ifd~~t..slprakp.S lmrs.It ** pounds: large head aid hre
ri~A. C Putt. k'IveaftLa- 'JS qrjsjof Ikgg'ng harsovaLAsym
i u- alLatr4'vi' --iw Unilment In my, taking her uap aid notifying the un-(
family. and &W lit uscxeMvlh4 for soredersiguae4 efther at MarttE in. r V(kaw
rhest- hvatdbe. cow-as.a" nd fatetwill be iiberaily rewarded. CrtwbY.
(iw anlything that canbe reac-hed by a', kLumber "s-a
Sol b th Ati-onp-NEXT SUNDAY'S WORLD
i absm That Lurk inFro& Egg
Wasbiagha OCh t&. --Fir tonight Ast..indiing dLseveriev by ucitlentve
and '.Ntldviy and &d os 'i~ n the f&,v& we eat and
*LEST Wit Where Boys Cm bhTa Teeiad Ihe aeme
forget-baby is nrcMess. can't sleep at; Te, ntoestarsebool Is Now- T.w-t
atgit. WoMteat. crie s Pamnodi 13r^ 'Wall street diutr" where fatre,
-:A bottl. e aWhtes Crevam VtrMtu'sae Rockefi'ellrs and Moe-gaas are b~'n
mittr faits to cure. ~V%-*y zs~ber dlte to -jeitrvI the stock mmarkeA
~haJgive hmer baby White's Crs-ara The Gresteft Wega" leftiv.s eat
Veauxlbqe. So man time. whe bn the EarII,
'baby Ls Is Al* ani botfuL the t,-sther, awl hw she is tivachbag rT. Sam'
Ares w%,. know what to, do A bomttl.ofGe ecret Se. *sit catch c-tim-!
,!is mdwiIr.e vv" ai be- ewor to his
'licveks and laughter tia his eyte. Give A Roale Slubowd Wha Waods to
it a tlLSkvld b,? thv Anti-)komloty cometo now Volk
V'm-ts:'.ee.Me hjs had yler- 1* wits aL-cindy
T-t for iliw' Methodist chu'-vh ,,.t
"..v'aing usi! -siA'e A4 a Out VAP bY A Swtarlng New Fashion WhVMh thev
.!~ =*,rumml 'coaby all ixt-As n r- :sAva %tich mkeyu wga-Ap-end,
the .r'tu r' se .f

%'0',V .J SitMax's am* dark bay WANTEP- T rve or rnye fu~tsl
"j-, -- --!his feet agein, be'. ing I'.~t.> r eatt f..r sotL'ekeep-
A M; -' eV*'rat inoMMS &AV- th&Z t 'I!rLM A d*,t-abl* i*k-AV..qL--nAJretvMa
N~r: ~ tke Sr'ed e$zr te

~*'a.5 .:r'te ew.


t Poeiys Hfty aisu Tar Oa-Is t.!V cus'
Nwgsz koath or .'- -,It s iys e-
u ?gW hals tp* u vat
,vr : -Voruftls f. caILW& 'ir-es ~

is in a yvlbw packas*'.
e'- .1s;tmcvate& Fur 8040 by a

s~e te~sumW &L%'Age X&. ay Ne
N J. &"d ?~b1e~pwa. e-wirmd Woeb-
Ov~ky WUL at On,* MA. Net they
band tbea. tae t "' Ie t t~oVlbme.

HeyMJ-mwo of Tumza. Ft&.
wmvse.-1 ma hask God fr my

kxawy cur-w Wt eockFe sbkl lo
MW2 t-sed nilI v-%*e anal L- b
14M-- bkC*%G % t'.Vk IM & KItr
Cw'Is,- $2F*v, b'h , fla

',e-,i %:c battt Lakxs t7 !'ey s K-4--
~-*w CaWv A" &MWe1 aMb -amwaI A &0
ftNA,*,Mw 'e.11. is a zv -w- ~s


The Sxtb of the Frank A. Mume7
CAeWRnp.,s Pmblientimes
Tlt -e V--&" 0-mupaY s4'y ha&

six The. ailt-e ,c ts heweecis te-
-As:Tv Ie -w l. r 7.-4 now %~or twe tota
Sty -r1thi p Seazxme to

.Va:g s zy a ft c-4 :'w inemasy iwsty-
fta "var '.!*0".,,'thpimps rsandthe man-

t'*aimaxe- w a sev i tes sa mmag asin
cit te. maktgvad for ft be qk afma
Toy ft4 wm hat smoisewt

az!s dumboon~br a opok lo
aftl*e it*xkvNes& as. it u swart-*,
-eetaw &!5:-!!he 'm s~ ht s
meae -W >mthe .m a ed -, h
SnImc rr .N 2~jt-i-itweYr

z~ze-eetg ~ss-im The

ew~ was ia*imt -buht u abb
- tvasthe *mge..sth -eka
am ubat-ampe'-w kin to bgwacSoft
at the eum s.. Tulao behb" -
t~nM it a akmrt befwe a atw It~at,
OWe was in it. saw a wumaaaas Uam
plb mm babbd a W cm


Ow wawa as fie OE#
She e~n bat 0640b__opu--WINVMMAS ~t CO bU, 11 &-=6he

Wageums was 2" somo- to q&ml&, Mah R& "Fat =01
dhe w wat be i -u----brlltow N6 %., ~II
and wilbu uhai dot fr A10160
&xe f is t la feet S a A IBMUST SflW VM
fvw udun stood befog the at -
tht beomla squeest...meMad e od 1 I a& as d bnbso
to knock. for It o~nobd~ndy. and, 'l, ,VOCE0" 1018 lao
qU~w*,& etooka seathI the ty~r- t tf f he atE*
wwthun Srap, ttpoe -ft eR
-Do me t fhk *Toat me miw &L.oef-sd n aunnosimmamona
-1 n -M, Ingand wftheOn kaw SIS am se boahI= u NuC& ho
pht* I amt hvan e@.5 u1- OW M- U%.Aft. MM& -a 7&w YESiM
ogmia t aamup is OP MO~t I r ultbom @4 M th1

I T~rUTy tT oled youI hoe Ion heMe'I4NUiK i I S
-Do youw is pugomw?* he aft@&eh
A&t OEM-" u *~~pta s .
TueT rwe. Waterumas heled her on
wftt a WMwrap, A* Sea bhe arm aad N6T A m a
*ry left Othe""e-WalgUwn E44W agm
a earrbw alutge* SIS"
-1 need tekate." emid. -may ~ '13h tt W
awe not w&U1kVi
NlrftbW, .It you 4mb, IL I o ONt wbWi GIM OM

-Note..soe Mibut M I ta U. o m J. T b 3mm.A. St 01u
bmr.- se SKYA # J. L 4l;keWIL AMR Ct a
u-f it moEd to the Amevicas I &wein: 3"aV. Cyt E
thst *bewas as Ii~!t as a ftutbetr. ra~nct X aodi~--& L V~kW C-
Bier band PC oo an bb u he m HX Cam.IL-S I htt:-.MlSE. aockw
that at times be thought A.& bad wtth- Dborlt 3 -Wm D6 Math"
dnw ILOw*VM*PEMX Udera qs. -,.IL (ay_ naMbno&Jhr. D
drawnIt. ~e wh~ ~ wa I .Matbos. CAMI.
suv" l amp be- tafled toe meher aksieAww krtLCtwpMj .
bee hs On.Hi to toweK nd~eus. J. T. LaIL weea.
rheW bad met *Upped away ft bML a.C. T. AKi. ln. nnt
but She *as eam thereLHe b~e D J- utet 6. &mJIne-A. 3- JoehL
agatn for The ombsa"ng bw. hatt I. A. C 1.3 e4C.ImI
they bkad p- a,4t o w 4Cthe atrM t It6. kui A.3k
hmpl~tL K.A. SM&3. EkUt~me;
Theem was an .4. abghst bbW tooI
"Mion t habe Cn"not st anm.for- aret1.Shke0I.' DNE.3h
an odor at davahew ta ter G a"va n b-N& *-dukgl
~e often gp'w ftio a ,ekf ltrct 3IL W Do-
a rivir do,%iLW tk.50eCity. tOR. W. IL Ohtaft UL a hiaks S.
A third a ,larfeature Mvr &t u Iease LLAMe W-Cha.. COUP
aa I agals he *uot hebe Md vwMts 5 & uKnowH.IL.ILaui W.
Ibiza ueift othe aw, Pa. t hil"McgabawW clunk.
htm buTwk* hb~4 e udbak to am D0901t he. Unow 11109 Ia MP,
theoeU23 Medg the.L3. T. LeuVte.A. W. ~a; 3J. QP11-
Presently tdo &y gSu" wat bI~irletrkM
tmndaut. dotim theble'rard hehe a e thu-, 3IL u.L2.1.LMaT W. IIft
MOat etthat Mwntabon up Wfth 4WG& M333. t CAH.
I"% ain&. afttrP oft Ktier ea 9- Db~let U 3F*-.?uU-
MMMN D.IL Wtinh.
steps of a sinacasto w asum rn. ut tI& Wet CC-W. 3L
I -Qf a mesaw INN 084ht' Purn. 0 CL TmU .JAMES& Tansr
And ten Into bhiM urrbTe &w evgw-.L. W. SwShut-
e4 at a touch. and he d ii. er bhe. u It. DLOL W fr. byi-

Dbuict IL Lbiahe&41-C & Uo~-
T-skin b er up to -o scendits". OW-J' W Dmh. 2. T'.'m 'aN;*C' 5.
he *Steved a th0 ew4mm 6M DhskqI&e6CUM-V-. LCgueb. M
stoM-3 *pus adMiid herasthe b& r f. mmmoott snow; 5
th he, went h clto C foaSb"M*. Way"Mauf raw&-
bu-wau -pled te _u ws Dbpurlt 17, IL emy-. S.
eMNW He V901 bakIn heO 110d a" d C hrL Wrr a. aJ X
Ilad hmbwbdand a* veM2, USE Ir Dhuret II& Awtio-WT 3L1TWMM
WE~ tdme was a" Endbuka"L J. X RMbftdL.W..- Weak *6 J.
it amined thein hat o iM be dEEUL O
W- IL Ahin: Om IL
At that ummosatea Vwas put hbaa OW. CdInt
the lock Of %he, frost dew. End sam m~t SLH.IL htON4
MW Came. LWawemso efI 41W t1&rw MMW.. V. F
the bauhuer and sw a a na he J. Nc'uf. dint A.i
dr~es. Waterman vml L OW MEAL La I. Jo le Lmi 3. C
whntb. man awME, ehesseibnmd H. Gait. Cdin~tL.__

-in. kady" msid Waftrmaan. 'r In EL X Fwerlda J. 3.L5.NOW; W. A3AN--

u-What hedy"' @Npal theown. C. Pom E7. IL3.Mow:U. U FUJ
don' kno w. 4 mo lhe rClerk ____
v~prlet 2. U ZI L L
bee horn. Sbrhe tIyi a bohe be&hI L 3 L~m.U aVli.5 k
fear i Li s &Hl emwith bar. C(Nrn2" j w %a
Thbe man skuuL back. Waterman Dfinuit 2L audb-3- 31LMuaMI3.
fetook ble w. earm. -alp -toMdhm I X0- HlheUwi. A~t inr1; F. 3- J
"OtUM S& ndthey eatqv___ bd_351 hewx Mubt
room Me~~~Dtrict 31LSlow-M .D uief
I. L Wf. u. LI Bi~o SaALCI- ~

her bern. I a ot u b he w mmftem M& asmIL L .Mab-
be~dL and mbp4.4 beta ip I c -po of mommy. oas wo

dw=a OR So Gmlm- .
a had tu to a* bv.Lheweey sno 3boom am IN ootM
~~eg ma es-1 l-ob
am hm wAmm-s aa ALOwf
bg wa-be smR sh
ectf i teeheewsob O kM
ft w ber a I&M. wa Ua A
J4muind o he C. he bwcm ir w 390 tob v6m am s
boU *4 !!lo Thenm 5 bv tab*o Ff AUA i KnM

Ws bws em
W.1-amu m a~tI t ine 'lW-Oft 1w ae slmlo.e
,- --- ~aa- Awf e a 1 f C P l m -a. - - ...a

-II I ID sb h w

IIIIIII - llft -- a

ad- b s -tttgas- ums
110111W mmss w al W~ 1111

-fd MAb ue&sowfdmms
soe=to ,CV -w amop

and the s-owto-m tbmmmo
- m othnowOWdlm lnk-mp
pootk WO-*Ap- ia b-o
and -umw m- w-amll
nwa -e I -at WFla lo

-m ,--Iwecu t l-a
p17 a lrua he the Or

oaprkv muh &m&Ma" gap%"the
buafstbe"4f L mamandmob




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J 11.1 11 Harr. 4"' Grumba-s. Jh. V6-.w; Bligg W I-. w. Bryan
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Hodt@ Ths.Heffman. WFH.;'Nre Jr. c: Kirk Frak. c; Kemp J F.. h-ig 'sedatth .:H (wan, 0 D. w. oimn WH~w: Lewis Armdtcead, c;, Lewis James.'
H':ins C w;Hil. III. c. Miller J L. w; Mention Oliver J.
0~t~ ,..-ineifsu h certificatte Inglis. Alek. W. w: Inglis. John111L, W. ; an 8, w. Miller H W. C.
!- .L:.,a- a-f 1.Arti.eI unk-n.'n. Un- Jones. W N. w. Jones. J W. w; John-: c; Mnn WB .Nlo .w
#-o oe~tf-at sh~i e edemra Po. WV_ -.Jon Zoy. ; Jhnsn.Pillans C P. w. Pickier J N, w; Rob-
tiU ) 4haa. titi 4-d.-i will issue J P._Uw: iennigpw. Liey. w: Knight. L ~inson Willis, c: Roe W &, w: Robin-'
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A I 11!-4son Rias, c; Seckingr H L W.
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tIfl-i*- l ffi. Ia! slrirnaturv asid Knight, W N. w. Koon, IW H. Uw: Kib- ,Aagers PeerrV w: Shcnerman so, w;
tho. thf- _1(th dity 4,f' October. ler. 1) j13. w. Le-i t ner. C G. w. LUndsay, SeCkinger W J, w; Seckinger J H. w :
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iLee.,IW W. w: Miller. Mack. e., Miller. ImmZ R, c; Walker Herbert, e: Wal-
NOTICE OF FINAL l an. c; Madlison. 5M C, c; Mixon. T k aeA8J ;Wahr ,w
SETTLEMENT AND DISCH'XRGE i1w. Stoom ,Willis. c; SMoore. J D a. wiWlaker A A,3. ;WetrsWVU:
1Metcalf. j W. W; Mills. W H, Wj~,% WlkrarA-V
N! a hen-by gi,.#n that con the tin- l IrL R_. Mott. Hf T. .PecntN.SIFifed
V.: 'I. ~t AI-I A.D. 9(.~ V. 'a~Slorer. Fired. w; Madison. 31 E. C; Alford W D. wa; Ansley E S. w-
Ytht-la) wd Aprixlutrix. D. riv e.thae u-m I xn. W J. w ; Mapew'. J ohnson. w; IBeat W W, V.; Brabbamk W B W;.
gt-ai4ner.- ann.executrixathed estate o-Moyers'. 8 G. vi: Millk'. J T. iw. Mron. IBarber Simpson, C; Best L W. w;1
P*r, :-v final a4-4-ount and vi-uche~rs to 0* Bann-in. .w OgeITw BrnPrrB,';CtrIHw
*~~tIHe'.trbae Jdg ';Mrin )hninacht. Ge'?rge, w. Ogle, D J, J r.jI Curry J BR, v: CresuAmn L. aw:'
J--s-ph ]Re'ly. tnbanejdgmae lMyafional k Oliver, F 5X. w: Perry. J H. w; Douflovaft Alford, c; Dukes Peter. c:,
?,"--~:ent ard .k fr final dinehal-Xv Pv5)11W 'l''Bt..w: Patterson, .J m. w; Davis IL ':JpusAlr,"a d
J. Cr. Maughil.'' Power. A M1. w: Peters. Harr-. w;. wards L K. w:; Floyd Johba BK w:
Fxf. utr~x Estate of 4;enhevrie Mann. 1Payne. S Q. 'w: Parham. J G. W Ray. Gatrell Henry, Wa: Gladlden Adam.'W;.
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vr Rus'h. C W. A-. Ri'bertsou. J F. wv; iGibeon W G. wa; Given Gleo. e; Gib-
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... *:~'e~Nunbvtd '~Sainders. R H. w.: Stevenson. Dan, c; %'.c:HreLL.w Hamn
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t.~...-c.r !Mr';tf~P r A J.3. Tit4'.imb. F J. u--. Th-m'as, FNI'c~ifeer S J. w; 4cuaughlin A .1. w".
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rJ 1:r..:.~eC %i:..i nds. w. Turn~r. I',. Turnip!~-@,-tl. M D. Payne D B3. W. Phillips Nt E. w: Roll
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growing shipping or mail order liquor business, which is far bigger than ever be-.
Send uK your orderN for any special brand of WVCan, Whady, G MkB
'Our business methods and quality of goods never lose a customer. We are ii-i-_ im
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Pints. 50c.; half pints. 2c.



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-MenoweJ by the stiUag hM bost i.m"

Pure rye tme old eokme it is oel .It isea
whasey -w eA tie haso ww o n m t piM
It in wrtt dw&M eo w, ,w an ha m wamem
of age "-wmew- wse s ripees, ever.
The, a oseverma *-eled CluW W ehiebm
that wae s Marylad C lub. 'Vo pm teN 4 by
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Our price are fMgued on the'very lowest
basis and under no ci'rcn.taneee w"M we ei
goods C. 0. D. as the Exwes Cosmpny wiO.esl
take whiskey at Owmsr's k speM. ftawmp
will not alew the.n to hip lier"s C. & .iW
wil aseept expires erdes peste*e* O"*or-
ders, eone ad twe.eent stamped and mbe s
parties we knew arm 0. K. We biy frw M eal'u
sell for casvin and giveour Wetomers tSoe Mdlft
of having ne bad accompts. We buy 4%Frem

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FId a0d Qystee .

I now have a first-class stock of Fresh and SAt Wait
Fish of all kinds: Cqdar Key and Cgrtal River Oyste4
Fresh Beef Park aad Mutton at all times. The Gooft

Lfe out of 1,mk and u of the gn.whi "mthy pw my 4P
*"which they receive and the m Mi iwhich they nzake. com the gr wput of
r ~ healthful developuert which is m esasatial to thcir bappinew wm gmIwa.Whm
*1a laxative is nseeded the rmiedy Whi&. is zriin to thin to C-i n d @WON=and
./ Strengthen the internal oWyana m wh-hit =act, swmibe X& m- jMww
~~mDctiou, beaueits oaqpozcr:parts am ku.mwuto behf ~ u
it~seLi free fromn every obj-'criarahle quality. Tha e em edy wbkM qcm i
* ~pireits we2i-iz: rmed. approve a=d reerpwaii udand w the 8Rk so". *,
becausee cf r:s pleas&=: fiavcr. 1:3;.!.-e at..c3 nd ift bemz" je" 9is-4pvu
of Figs And tor the iamt esm is t!,-% ily ala~tlrm w"It dalbe u364 by
L&Lhe-s ani moth:ss.
Syrtp of Figs ias the w.; r~ady wh~jhi= genptly, jhmanatly amd natmNidy
witboct griping, irriw~ing. or =usearng and which cleanws25 te syste edectuafly,
witJwit priddWtciz--L amati~,ted habit wi~.i;i resultz friam the use d t!* 4o4-
time cathartics an I mdemn i='i -`ams. zq, d izt w hzi -hthe chii~mdrmus l4 bso
car-efully guarded. If yxi a -herm gr--w ti, wAzhac1a~d viaumbesi,
strom-. healuh nd L1. -::t;.-t 1ii-es, id are :
r et~d&I, .-i d -n.::-.'re '. i :.'-e W-- I.& cgive tbem ma
the si '-!. pznt anj 7- i- E c4 s
Its ciiiirv is due rc cU'to ta-. czelle-z.e of the cranbnw-Alop of the lamivte
princip!es of pU&-ts with t-i -mmr'aL~C Uyrips a:: d;fuiesbut ala, to a-
-.Aoriginal metkcd of -nanufactt.-zz'=d as s value the health of the Uttle am% d.
not Uzcept anny of the saLstituites whxch unsacrpalmzs dealesm inetmwd esdNer to
increase their prodts. Flease to remec:ber, the full name df the Comp-
CALLF-OKIA FIG SYRUP CO. is printed am the frout od eway eIs
-> ~- .. *.. -order to gz-t its beneddal
effects it ir. always aeces-

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J2. Number J20. OCALA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1906. Fifty Cents Month, $5 a Year. _'


.. i I eyes are subject to as many

Graham Flour, Who Was a Payihag! of the Wave Off Mr. W. R.. Condon will leaveon From Obtaining. Membership in the K. 'different defects a* the body is to d.-

I the Florida Week's I November 1st for New York of P- -Those in May Stay in. But |I formaties. Whereas it should be ono
Buckwheat Flour. CoaetJ jVjLast;: where re will buy one of the Ia.rg'l'stand
t I Fearful Storm finest stocks of Jewelry fine china '-. No More May Enter J of the moat perfect organs of_the body.It .

Rolled Oats, Ie1fRa1slog Sew York. O the lines
and goods In usually -
on the steamship El Fafco carried by the store. that thiscity anti-liquor statute was passed yesterday -j i glasses! for reading writing. sewing
Buckwheat in 1 Fla. t by the Supreme 1Ax1ge.Knlg of
was John Russell *>l Salem. a orders
has ever roc-n. Any special I t and other close work. Between th.
laborer on the extension work of the Pythias. ;
Packages. left at the store win be given personal -
The statute is expected" to bar I '
Hagler railroad along the Floridake new
I attention by Condon. and careful ages of 40 to 50, a perfect ejre should
ALSO }.. the sole survivor! of thirtythreemen while his from entry all! wholesale liquor dealers_
> made
on a houebo that was grounded -' cily*. ,ty him and hotel keepers who run bars in need glasses at this age to relieve then
in the
Spratt's Dog Cakes on a bit of,teaefe on Lower llata- OCALA MUSIC t CO. Jewelers. connection with their hotels i t from the strain when used for close or
combl Key. Jnring'th hurricane that: .. With the exception of these classes, .
visited the Cuban and Florida. coasts I an liquor dealers were excluded by the near work. Many young p.cpl. need)

Wesson's Cooking Oil, last ..-eek. f 1 1L old statute which was superceded yes glasses early in life to relieve the

ulta.. early on the morning- oft .. terday. The new statute included "pro :
Nuts Raisins and Citron ---- fessional gamblers, saloon keepers, bartenders -,various forms of eyestrain which is
: Oct. 18 the rain began to fall.? --- --- --- --
ItusjfcH said, "and bridge-builders f ; or dealers in spirituous, vinous ,
vre the cause of 75 per cent_of all head
At TEAPOT GROCERY t were.. awakened by it because the old $,0.663. At 5 a. m. on the morning other one heas swimming and or malt liquors." j i
r<:of leaked. The mate a Xorwegrian j 1 of hurricane with IiG men. he was"' clinging to the plank for dear lira The The most important changes. In the ;aches. Just think It has been proven

named Gus had ordered an anchor i aboard House Boat No. 4. This boat greatest number picked up at any time ;new reading are the substitution of the i by eminent authorities. that 3 peopleout
that was moored to six pilings which were was 13, who had improvised a raft out word "dealers"bere formerly "retail ,
out the night bt-fore-a bigfellow
sort of I': driven Into solid rock to the depth of Of the side of the vesseL Mr. Dusen dealers"-and the dropping of the' of every 4 that have headacheshave
McIYER & ?MAcKAY weighed 5 OO pounds--for we (:
: smelted Rome wind and now be had us 'from 6 to 8 feet. The mooring was bury was discovered by the Austrian lasses "bona fid& hotel keepers"which defective Glasses are the
put out another one just a? big. in five ,r, lost at 5 a. m. by the breaking of the] steamer. Jennie and landed at Key the old law specifically mentioned. as eyes.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS minutes still another one BO that we chain which was felt no more than West. eligible. ,;remedy because they CORRECT the
If thread had been popped. The ves- \ Today he will" go to St. Petersburg .
. bad three out in alL i j i a The new statute does not affect any DEFECTS. When properly fitted three
'feel drifted In'a southeasterly direction for a stay of a week with his family. order.I
You must understand we mere high j i who are already members of the II
Undertakers and Embalmers. and dry on the beach all, this time- :Into: the Gulf Stream and toward the;II He wirnhen return to his duties. The I is no eye strain. When you get reaoyto
I Bahamas. > hour after the work, whil* delayed. will
I ( ne reaching j MR. RHEINAUER'S PETITION I
not in the water pt all The sky began I be relieved of these headaches cat
D. E. MciVER ALFRED E. OWEN to gloom up 'as black as ink and :Gulf Stream with seas breaking over,not be seriously embarrassed. ,
Undertakers then all of a sudden the wind came her 50 to CO feet high and combing In j To Charles p.helnauer Esq: The unlersigned !and see me. I make a specialty' of correcting *

out of the Gudf with a roar. Well : water of 900 fathoms the craft was 1i THE TEXAS WONDER citizens of Ocala residing In I Ithe where others fail. Satisfaction '
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes ,sir that little houseboat just waltzed' | beaten to pieces The men were then i, Cures all kidney bladder and rheumatic second ward, respectfully petition.j eyes
i down the beach off the key right out 1 left to fare for themselves. The lumber i' troubles. Sold b aU druggists, you to become a candidate for /councilman | guaranteed or money refund
of the houseboat was very light ) month's mall for from ward two, at the .
All Work Done by LiClfn.ed Embalmers i Into the Gulf dragging them three or two treatment by ed. My references are those that I
00-poun4() anchors along with her :and most durable and In view of the; S I. Dr. E. W Hall 2926 Olive street, be held Dec. llth. 1S0S j
and Fully GuaranteedA Inside[ her. ua fellows were tossed *fact many found rest and safety ding St. Louis. Mo. Send for testimonials.Sold G. S. Scott. Louie R. ChazaX Tbo have relieved.

around like feathersVe didn't quite ', ing to the wreckage. Other men before.| In Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly: Sexton J. M. Meffert. B. E. Raysor, T DR. D. M. BONEY
I know where we were. Everything t'I his eyes while not drowned were Drugstore. W. Troxler. W. S. Jewett Leon FlsheU i I v
Choice Stock i broke loo-e The furniture whirled i cruelly beaten to death by timbers be- j A. Brown Geo. W. Davis. J. T. Cohen i i Eyesight Specialist. Optical Parlors

around e"eryhieh way. and pretty |ing hurled against them. Thus far of I BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE LOTS Chas. V. Miller. G W. Martin. E. P.I'' 2 and 4 Gary Building Ocala, Fla.
In i the 150 men who were with him. only' Thagard. Z. C. Chambliss. A. W. Bridges -'
the water to
boon began come CHEAP.
Of Fresh Beef, Pork "After we had gotten about three 173 hate show-n up. and as far as he X. V. Persey Lee Miller. Henry
miles out. I should Kay, the old thing knows only 77 out of the :210! workmen I Two of the prettiest residence lots, Soden. Chas K. Sage. T. B. Snyder J.II
And Mutton began: to break up. It was awful then. 'I have been accounted for. front on different streets in the very S. Jewett J F. Williamson D. M. :
.ir. The fellows was like rats In a The survivor was in the water about. choicest residence part of the city for Smith. W.V., Condon. E. E. R : THEJE11EB
trap. They didn't have any chance 11 hours. Ten of these hours he was': sale cheap for cash. Inquire at this A. E. G rlg. E. Van Hood. H S. bIDSOn.1
Vegetables Fruits, Poultry Lo get out. and there wasn't nothing I'seated on a piece of wreckage. The ,, office. bers. A. J B gance. W. L. YEIIf

.* Eggs Fish Oysters and to do but wait for a cb1nce. First II I F. Borden, IT. 1*. Parr. Ci. -! _
one end would fall away then part I I]Livingston F.V tb b : Jas. B. : : { / [

Choice'Fresh Family Gruc I of another then some planks from the I I Carlisle, Jr, c.. E. Nelson H. B. Clark- .

cries always un hind from sides. Me and nine other men among ALLEN :W. BRIDGES ron. Herbert A. Ford D. W. Davis H.
I them achap named McBride. from ;A.. Daniel W H. Power. C. C. Carroll I
Carries Stock of
which to do your marketing. New York, were lying on the upper R. L. Anderson, It. R- Carroll N. L a Complete

Send or bring us your or floor, hanging ,on to anything. I had Dispenser of I Gottlieb R. E. Yonge. Jno. Dozier J of
Jewelry Consisting
I R. Maoorhead. H. J. Precht. R. D. Ful- ,
hold of a rope tied' In a staple In a I
ders and tLey will have and that what eared IeI', C L. Bittinger G. R. Troxler Chas. I '
plank was ; my Pure Ice Cream and Cold Drinks PlXs. DIAMONDS. ;
prompt attention life. When she finally went to pieceswe ,J. Phillips. A. L. Izlar !J. H. Clark.
David S. Woodrow. J. W. Hood. W. L. I RINGS WATCHES.
were all chucked out into the sea Choice Candies 'Fruits Confections :
and got pretty badly knocked about Clark. Arthur !Masters H. D. Palmer, I CHARMS FOBS,*

W. E. SMITH. But I hung on to that rope. Full Line of all Popular Brands oi Cigars. M. FlsheU T. D. Bryan. R. W. White- CHAINS. CUT GLASS
""Some of them lasted pretty long. side! C. Camp Edward Holder Wm. I FINE CHINA.
No. 98 North Magnolia St. There was a door alongside of me with .Anderson.
Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under LADIES UMBRELLAS
nine men on It. McBride was one of

Phone 132 them. A big wave chucked a bit of the electric fans. Don't forget the place. FAIRFIELDThe GUARANTEED. CLOCKS
lumber at ua, and it got some mea on -And-
another piece of wreckage Just after furnishings of the Methodist s SOUVENIR CARDS-
grazing my head. But I hung on. The ALLEN BRIDGES' ICE CREAM PARLOR church have been somewhat improved:
DISTILLED WATER-Free DeUvsry water kept going high over us. and one t recently. Services are held there on ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING.!' ._

l minute*! looked at that door and the Next"to Munroe & Chambliss' Bank. the secon dSunday. both morning and :

,, fellows on it and a minute I looked night.
I and she was upside down and the poor Mr. John Younge and Miss Leila OCALA FLA
O O'Rear were married at the Presby ,
beggars were gone. That was all I
Zn terian church last Sunday night. The .. '
seen of them except that McBride '
: ICE bobbed up and I tried to reach over''i FURNITURE FURNITURE church was well crowded.Mr. .

and catch hold of him. so he could geta J.: A. Walker, of Georgia, met
.O nis brother ox: jrunneuon here last
grip again but a wave I got In between -
Ia us and he was washed away. night. C. J. PHILLIPS '
Sa "It was about 2 o'clock In the morn- Mr. W. J LohrJg went to Jacksonville -
Don't think for minute that have
a we gone
:Wednesday on business Contractor and Boilder.
ing when the storm struck us and I :
OCALA ICE & FUEL CO. Ocala, Fla. floated about on that bit of timber out oi the Furniture Business in Ocala. We Mrs. McQuaig and granddaughter

._ until nearly 3 o'clock next afternoon I Miss Belle Nettles were here Wednes
---- ---- -- -- ---
when El Paso tricked me un off u_ the un are here to stay and have some exceptionallyfiaebargalns'to' day.Mr. Plans and Specifications Furnished
I Frenchman's Reef In the Gulf. : Willie Cribbs of Nassau, is hereat Upon Request
Electrical Supplies. } offer in FURNITURE and all
The worst of my troubles were the work on the railroad again.

Fharks. They warmed around me all kinds of HOUSE FURNISHINGS Both new and Jtro. I* K. Edwards of Irvine and 129 South Third Sleet
Miss Edna Gatrell were at Mm. Dr.
I have a well selected stockof the time biting ever now and then.
But whenever they turned to open secondhand.Our Gatrell's Wednesday. Ocala, Fla.
Electric Fans, in both the their. Jaws they got lond of the long Mr. Peegee of York was here with
nails on the bottom of the plank, and holiday line is coming in and contains Mr. Anderson Tuesday
General Electric Co. and the
drew oft In a hurry Of (course I had
Westinghousemake. The latter -to lie along the top while this was many rare bargains in beautiful goods. ,Give HUMAN BLOOD MARKSA

going on. 'us a call and we will save you money. tale of horror was told by marksof FOLEY'SHONEY
cost a little more, but require "I think the only thing I was athink- *
human blood In the home of J. W.
Ing about even while the sharks was i
less current to operate trying to chew me was that I meant! Williams a well known merchant of
to fight It out to the finish. I've I Bac. Ky. He writes! : Twenty years
gota t
them. I also carry in stock wife and three children back in t.J. A. PiTTMAN & SONTHE ago I had severe hemorrhages of the
lungs, and death when I be-
was near
and live'for !
Globes Low Florida I knew I needed to
Fancy High, them so I Just kept It up. I'j gan taking Dr. King's New Discovery. AND TAR

Lights, etc. "I aint got much left"-he I looked FURNITURE MEN. It completely cured me, and" I have remained -
well since. It
ever cures
comically at blue Jeans and
All kinds of electrical work breeches "but I'm hoping Mr. Flagler I Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs. Set-
,will fiend ---- --- tled Colds and Bronchitis and Is the The
me I
transportation so can original( (
and repairing done at reasonable get back to work azain." only known cure for Weak Lnn... Every ,
I Ii MARION FARMS bottle guaranteed by Tydlngs &
prices, under a full guar Co.. druggists. 50c- and $I; trial bottle LAXATIVE cough remedy.For
antee. If your lights are out i II IIi s -FA E3 L\'E: S free.

i P. Dusenberrv, One of the Survivors .coughs colds, throat and lung
of fix, or you need wiring LOW ROUND TRIP RATES VIA THE trembles. No opiates. Noa-alcoholic.
of House Boat 4, Tells His (INCORPORATED) A
I Atlantic Coast Line Sold .
Railway Goodforeverjoodr. everywhere.The
done, phone to Xo. 2. Story of the Storm

I GENERAL LIVERYFINE $12.30 Augusta Ga. Hate or one fare genuine
Walter Tucker. II (Tampa Tribune. :26th.! ) plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Oct. FOLEY'S HONEY Rduelub.Utntea.and TAR isia
I W P. Dunenbury, of St. Petersburg 27th. 2Sth and 29th. Final limit Nor.

-- ; the civil engineer -who was In charge CARRIAGES BUGGIES 15th. Prepared only by
of the concrete pier work at Long Keyon TRAPS CARRYALLS. $19.30 Nashville Tenn. Rate of one Foley A Company: Chicago. .
the Florida' East Coast entenaion \ fare plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERSJ.
I at the time of the hurricane, was regIstered SADDLE HORSES, ETC. Nov. 10th and.llth. F'lnailimit. November -
,( at the hotel last 18th.

EAT ALL night Mr. Dusenbury .was the first FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES $12.70 Columbia S. C. Rate of one fare
man picked of those who were set plus 25 cents. Tickets on sale Nov. Zenas"Preston, .
I adrift by the hurricane at Long Key. I 4th and 5th. Final limit good to
WANTThen With 48 others he was rescued 12 HORSES AND :MULES FOR SALE leave Columbia midnight of Nov. 9.
YOU miles from the Bahama banks He was I $3.30 Jacksonville, Fla. Rate one fare Typewriters.All
'the first man of those adrift to land plus 2$ cents. Tickets on sale November
take s dose of MozirT's' 'at Key West after the storm. liegives 5, t, 7, 8 and 9. Final limit
]. Mor ELIxIR and you II sufferno C. COBB General
of the Manager. Nov 1LGainesville .
an Interesting account
inconYmiove,eves though youre machines guaranteed for
a eonfirmedDysprptic. disaster. : I Fla. On account of statereunion
35 years h+*proven To the Tribune man he declared the of Confederate Veterans. twice as long as others.
storm was the worst he had ever seen Rate of one cent per mile plus 25 ,
MOZLEY'SLEMON and was oneof the .worst the people j i cents. Tickets on sale Nov. 12 and

ELIXIR I 1' along the East Coast had experienced.I t Columbus Cane Mills 13th. :Final limit Nov. Kth. Second-Hand, :Machines from

Strange to Bay the concrete and ma- j ', see -
remedy for indigestion = sonry work which had been completed I II For any Information call on ticket I $5.00 Up. .
to be greatest .
aDd disorder of the i I was not affected by the heavy seas or j agent or J. G. Kirkland. D. p. A. Tam

stomach, liver and bowels ever accompanying gale.- Immediately after |t In J I, J2 and (3 Inch Rollers.I pa. :Fla.
offered to the public. landing at Key West be took passage
and you'll newer be I RIBBONS & SUPPLIES
Try it once on a tug and went back to Long Key, I Can you win? Ton realize that to .
without yea |uoo per bottle *t al1 superintending the removal of a great SYRUP KETTLES IN 60 AND 80 GALLONSA win {\n anything these days requires' ,.

drug store number of men to the Miami hospital, I strength, with mind and body In ture. f
"Ore Dose Convince: all of them being fit subjects for such car each oi Sash Doors and Blinds Just received A man or woman with disordered digestive Send for Catalogue and Prices i123
West Street, JacksoKvill Fla
a place. Long Key was in the center i organs Is not In shape for a. Bay ,
of the storm and the wind accord 1 and we make special prices on them. Big stock of Shof day's work or a daS"'_ play. How can'
ing to the relator. probably reached I they expect to win Kodol for Dyspepsia -
I 100 miles an hour .At Key West the Guns, all: kinds of Ammunition, etc. Buggies. Wagons, contains the digestive Juices of a; L.ALEXA.NDJ'RPractical

I wind was 77 miles "while at Miami It healthy stomach and will put your .
THE HERMITAGE Harness and line of hardware. Reliable
"was 75 and 8,> miles. At Long Key': a general goods stomach in shape to perform Its Important -

: DAIRY groves of cocoanut trees were splitto f! and prices as low as any in the, country. functions, of supplying ,the
% pieces and ruined. In lines 20 miles body and brain with strength-braiding '
to the east and west the trees were blood. Digest what SARPOTER AND IUiLUfl 1
you eat.; reUeceaIndigestfiny
, and Pore Milk and Cream Ce '
not bothered. I Te W. &G.Q. :Dypepla7 Sour Stomach Careful estimates made an all contract
\erett Every Morning .at YourDoot" Mr BwseBbury estimates the dam, SmiTH Palpitation:of the.Heert and ContljpaUon. work. ,Gives ,more aDd' better work:

age done to four large barges ane four I SoM by; the :AcU-Moaopoiy' for.Jhe" ocejthan any ,..thr coatractor -
\ PHONE 150 fine launches at between ,50.000 and: OCALA FLA-' -_ XTUffctore. -" :ia,u.eaq.- -

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R. D. FULLER. t- F. BLALOCK. REGISTERED VOTERS I T. w; Leavengood P V. w; Lee J, w; I w; Warren J A jr. w; Weihe F E. w.; -

Lfpscomb Phillip c; Llddon C A. xT; Williamson Jno K. w; Wilkinson Sye
FULLER & BIALOCK Following Is a list of the qualified Little M M. w; Leavengood A J. w; !c; Wilson W P. e; Winer A A, w; MONEY TO LOAN;
Williams Samuel c Weaver E,' w.
Livingston J H Cw II ,
DENTAL SURGEONS voters of Marion County Florida: sr. w; Livingston ,
Tones R E. w: Tongue W J, w.
Livingston J H Jr. w Loveridge R
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Precinct No. 1 Ocala. i .
CSce Our luroe & C&imbliss But C. w; Long Stephen B. w; Leff man '.. Precinct No. 2-Reddick. :
Every Merchant Farmer and, Tradesman is Invited
OCALA. FLA. Adams Thos. e: Alexander Lori e; J J, w; Laffman W H. w; Luke Green I Anthony Andrew, c; Anthony V L I ,
Alexander J. W. e; Anderson Wm.e; W c; Lnmpkins Wm M, c: Lumnrast i w; Betton Jas. e; Bell Wm, c; Brown to see u Anderson Wm w; Anderson R. 1... w; S }.f. w; Lyle Rafe. c; Lever Edward 'Oliver; c; BUlingsly J H. w; Boyd R
Terms Cash. Anderson H. L, w; Agnew Homer R. e; Lloyd WCfiam. c; Leslie Jno W.. ]A. w; Bracewell Jas. w; Bobbitt J ,, his Bu t
w; Aldrich Jaa. C. w; Agent Butler, w; Little w; Landers M C. w: i G. w; Bugg Wm. c; Bishop W H. w; .. nes&v_,'
c; Adams Ales c; Arnold Andrew; Lean Dgood Harry E, w; Lloyd Jno ;j Bell James e; Brown Jas, e; Boyd A .
Arnold J. W, w; Agnew E. W'. w; E. w; lApham H JI, w; Laffman J F.I f'. w; Carn C },f. w; Colden Thadrick.c MUNROE' & CHAMBLISS,
The bottom kyerof Allen A. H, w; Ayer Alfred. w; Atkinson w: Lohrig W J. w; Lindsay W C, w. '. ; Cheesborouro Edward .c; ''Cromar- _
J. H. C. w; Akin J. W. w; Anderson Leaner Fred A, w; Lester P R w; j tie W D. w; Cambeil J A, w; Cramar- I BANKERS.
D. S. v. Lyles J W. w; Laffman J M. ; Loff-j lie H G. w; Duncan Abe. e; Googiass
a box of Ball C. E. w; Bailer Jno Ew; man J A w; Laberth Andrew', e; ,'Peter, e; Denham G W L. w; Duncan Ocala, Florida.
I Ballard L. F. w; BaUard Lawrence, Lang Lewis E. w; Lang Fielder, w; :Samuei e; DeMe J B.;; w; Fife R M, w;
w; Parbier E. J, w; BozUlla Taaffalettl. Leitner Dozier w; Long R M, w; I j{Finley )Mack e; FInley Mack ja, c:
1j w; Benjamin J. H. w; Beck J. S. Lucius W M. w; La Roach J S, e; I ILlddon JFaser J W. w; Graham Robt. w;
'w; Bittinger C. L. w; Biggs T. E. Mallory w; Lloyd C H, w; j i Genres Jan W. e; Green Lender w;
I w; Bitting S. L. w; Gierman Jno J, Leach J S. w.' j|Heck Elbert. c: Hull H G. w; HallB
I w; Booher L. O, w; Boney. D. M, w; Marshall Robt. w; Marshall Fred. i; P. w; Harris Chas c; Johnson R
1 BorIe M. w; Bonlvare Masco W, w; c; Martin Cyrus e: Martin J M sr. Clifford'THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
Unlock \V. S, ,w; Bullock S. A. w; w'; Martin J R. w; Martin G W. w-i' !f
Bullock R. B. w; Burnett Jerry w; Matherson 'J'; w; Massey W O. w; !![Castle e; Johnson G M. w; Light L
kgsci&dsRi ydtdOis l Burnett. A. E. w; Burford. R. A, w; Mangos G T. w; Markland Wesley G, 1 i's. w. Lnshington Frank.\c; Long G OF OCALA. ..
1.fasds I Bull W. C. w; Blake R. G, w; Bri- w; Meadows H H. w; Miller D A. w; I}[[M. Morrison John, c: Mayo W G, .
)f gance R. F.. w; Brown J. H. w; Miller Glover W. w; Milton Henry v: :|w: MeCenee S M. w; McLain Z A. and '
j end surprisesrstlx 1 Brown Abe. w; Brown Jake w; I Mock W R. w; Morton Phillip c; !'w; McClarren L C, w; McAllister J Is modest but progressive,
Brown F. M. w; Brumby I*. J. w; Morgan S G. w; Moore C L. w; i!''So w; Parker Isaac c; Pulliam W F,
top layer> j Blunt Anthony, w; Butters C. "'. w; .Moorehead Wm A. w; Monroe T T,Ji j jw fw; Patterson M E. c; Ron 'M w; offers every legitimate induce ':. '
iE W. TROXIER. Blunt Anthony, c; Bluett J. B. w; i ; Mitchell Jerry c; Means Tbos. c; !j>!Ron G D. w; lion Ed D. w; Ron S F
Blaek1 ton J. R. w; Beckham F. B, !Martin H C. w; Murrell: Dorris c: i\jjr. w; Ross Jas. c; Rutland Primus,
w;, Baker Fred c; Brawn Dare w; Morgan Jas. c: Michael Carolina c; jw I ; Robinson J.M M. w; Rutledge A ment to ,customers. Corresponv* t
Bryan T. D. w; Biggs J. R. w; Barco Moore John T. w; Midgett Harry e; !Rj! c; Rutten Green, c; Robinson J I
HOW IS IT DONE? J. Y. w; Bird Henry, w; Brooks J. i Moorenead J R. w; Mathews Chas H.I t tw iD|i c; Rutland Frank. c; Shetton Ceo dence or a visit invited
B. w; Ball Jos. H. w; Brown E. F. : ; Miller L P, w; Mathews Geo G, 1 j Ie; Stacker Wm. c; Sheroase W H. w; I
It would seem w; Bleach W. F. w.; Bishop J. W, w; w; Miller Chas V, w; Martinot V Lw !!Sberouse L M, w; Stewman W S, w; I! : B. BROOKS Cashier. :
Boozer J. C w; Bridges T. E, w; Bri- : ; Miller Lee w; Martin Sam H. w; Sanders mannel.. c; Small Peter,4c: }. ,
to be done by gance A J, *:. Beck A J. w:; BridgesA Mathews R D. w; Marean \\ H M D,I Small J. c; Shealeyy J X. w; Spain .
magic. The W. w; Boon L B. w; Benjamin w; Marshall J E. w; Mack L E. w; Joe, Turner' Abe. e; Weathers Sam.
Herman: w; Brown J E, w; Borden B Marshall G.w; Mtrtin W W. w; [c; Weathers Wm. c; Weathers Thomas !
', human voice F. Wi; Bitting H P. w; Bishop T. w; Martin E H, w; Myers David w; I e; White Israel c; Wilson B P.
coming from a Butch G J, w; Brown C H w; Bailey i Mordis OIHe w; Mention Fred,, c; I i|w; Williams Wm sr. c; Williams .deafTRUNKS
Peyton w; Brooklyn E T. w; Bon- :Mitchell Ed H. c; Moore T M. w; i Wade, c; .._.ams Nelson, c; Wil- AND VALISES
wooden box, ner J H. c; Blunt B W'. w; Bryant WE Martin L E. w. I j I son J W; w; VUiuams J'E, c; Williams -
with all ite well w; Blalock L F. w; Brown D H. i McAteer W B. w; McAteer J S. w; j ji j[i Albert c. 1 -
w; Brown D Ii. w; Brown Israel w; i McClymonds J H. w; McConathy I i
i/J known tones, Cappleman J B. w; Carlisle J B. w. Richard w; :McCraney A A.. w; McCormick -i{j: Precinct No..Fiemi'igton.Adams For the Nest ThirtylDays We Will
arid iU music. Carmichael G A. w; Carmichael C. %'m, c: McDavid II G, w; Jno w: Allen Jerry, c; Anderson
w; Carroll Robt R. w. Cohen J T. ,Mclver D E. w; MacKay Geo. w; M sCants j Alexander c; Anderson Geo. i Give SPECIAL BARGAINS to .
'filePHONOGRAPH ,w; Condon \\ D, w; Condon W W, Rileford. c; McAteer W F, w; Ie; Anderson A M, w; Anderson W H, I
w; Connor Robt O. w; Cox Geo w; .McDonald B W. w; McKeen Goo R.I:I"w; Brunson James J X. w; Britt 0 P.w '
Clayton T C. w; Crook Ernest w; i"; McConn W II. w; McKinney ,, ; Bicfc I S, w; Crowell Wm, c; Chit Trunks, Valises, Suit ,
Creech Toney. c; cook W M, c: Car H. w; McDonald EV, w; McAteer I ty W J. w; Collier Albert c; Christopher -
is now too well 'I lisle Wm. c; Cam \\ D. w; Corey II S. w; McCants Monroe, c; Mc-,! Phillippe cChiless L J. w; Cases and SatchelsSo
known to needdescription Jno C. w; Conner R. w; Coy Jesse, c; Cormick L. c I j Davis Anderson e: Drummer H, c;
I Xelson Jno. I Deloch Isaac c; Dupuis M D. w:
Clarkson II B. w; Cleveland Geo W, Nelson Ephram. c; w; *
t' but w; Clyatt W \\. w; Chace Jas C. w; Nelson Wm c: Xewsom W V M D, Drummer Adam c; Drummer J D, c: I
*a the of Chandler H W. e; Cbazal Louis R. w; Needham Thos. w; Nugent P H. j',Drummer Joy, c; Dantzler Josh. W, if you are going to travel see our
: pleasure w; Chambliss Z C. w; Chitty Jno. w; :w; Xelson E K. w; Xeilson Wm E. Ellis Ranson c; Evans Wash c;
i t posses-sing one Crawford Jno F, w: Croswell Henry :w: Nelson C L. w; Nolen Morris w: I Evens' Sam. c: Evans A IL c; Ellison I immense line before buying. We. Have
is not known w; Crowell Edmond. c: Close Geo. Norris B H, w; Xash G A. w; Nelson j M P. w; Ellison R E T. w; Ellis
w; Cordes Jno F, w; Christian II. 0 ,RJa I Manee, c; Evans A T. c; Edwards Jt!
to ever}ant: \V. w. Clara Baxter w; Caldwell F I Owen T J. w; Ogre! I W. w; Otten- j X. w; Floyd Nelson c; Floyd ) over a car load of Trunks in all sizes,
We Mill the Edison 1 I. w; Converse E E. w; Campbell J I',sosser B I* w; Osteen David H. w. j ltin(! c; Floyd Louis, c: Floyd Iar-I
II A, w; Chalker Vf P. w; Chambers Parr E L w; Parr L J, w; Pasteur !'Ij. c; Floyd Wilson c; Fut D F, styles and prices. We have Suit Cases
I I'hono J, w: Carlton R A. w; Carroll. D J, t i Gee C, w: Parish Robt. c: Pearson f IGunnehs D c. w_ Gray C H.. w:. Gar- ,
FullaasQrtment w; Crom G C. w; Clark B it. w; ,,U, c; Peyser Chas. w; Pittman J A, ,1[Asap Jno c; Harrison J K, w; Hamilton
graph. Chambers II S w; Croc! J' JV.. w; w; Pinner I. c; Pow/rs Fred cI I Chas. c; Hammond W \. w; Harrison I Satchels and Telescopes for every and all
of I Clark W H. jr w: Cooner C H. w: i I Pooser Jas A, w; Phillips Adam c; W O. ',*; Harris Riley e; Hop-
roconaysonhand. Your I Conway T E. w; Clark T S, w; Cole ''Phillips Chas J, w; Parker J L. w: Parker c; Howard C W, c; Har- purposes at price desired. It is a
!iris G L. c Howar J C. c Howard Ed. any
Royal E. wi; Cobb A C w; Carroll C Parker C G, w; Peoples Sim c; Pad- ; ;
leisure hour can be made C. w; Campbell R B. w; Culrerhouse I gett Jno E. w; Potter J M, w; Pas-i'Ie; Hall J T. w; Howar Fernando c:
instructive and enter B J, w; Clark W H, sr w; Clark A 'tenor Jno. w; Potter B J. w; Pasteur!!(Hammond G E, w; Harvey Perry c; pleasure to show you th.e stock. .
very S. w; Coloert W U w; Chriftion S Thos E w; Powers \V H M D. w; Jones Samuel sr e: Jones Richifd, c; I r
taining with a Phonograph. H. w.; Cody Ben c; Clark W L. w; Peyser X. w; Pittman E P. w; Peter- Jacobs Agnppa. e; Jones Druey E.fw .
Caminlskl Louis c. son M. w; Precht H J. w; Packham ; Jenkins S T, w; Jones Lawrence
Davis DV, w; Davis Geo \-. w; Harry C ar; Pinder Gee w: Pette- Davis E W w; Davis J. D. c: Dame way G A. w; Passelle D. w; Parker ,KirWand J P. c; Layer J P. Lennett :
IC I H. w; Dean J H, w; Delouest .+ E.I I Willie c; Ponder Wm M. c; Presley 'IG A. c; Lee Reese c; Mosey Daniel. ,
w: Deck Abraham e; Dozier John. W P. c: Pedrick Walter w. e: Mathews J J, w; Mathews J C, wMlxon -
w; Dozier L. w; Dosh M C. w; Due- Rackard Aaron'C. c; Rackard Bock- C B. w; Mathews J M. w; I Furniture Dealers and House Furnishers.
bell Henry A. w; Duffy Jas, w; DittoF I=I man. c; Robinson J D, w; Roberts ,Mickens Willis, e; Mixon M J. w';
\\". w: Dorsey E C, w; Davis Dennis, e; Roler J H. w; Rowe S E. ]I Moms Anderson e; Moseiy Godrey.ic ,
c: Davis P C, w; Drnn W C w LeW'Is.j(I w; Rush Peter c: Rheinaaer C. w; I IRheinauer ; Moseiy Isaac c; Mayfield Allen Jr
Rogers Wm C, c ''w; Mixon J K, w; Mathews C H, w;
son M F. w; Dumn D O. w; Daniel I Ben. w; ; KNIGHT & LANG
NICKEL-HOOT II A. w; Durst W S. w; Ditto WL. w; I Roof Thos. c; Roach D D. w; Robertson f Mickens Isaac c; Moore Oliver c; : '
Dodd L C. w; Duval L \V. w; DukesJ I Lanier. w; Roberts C V, w; ;Mickens Thos. c; Mixon D It., w; .
The newest, moat attractive and W, w; Duncan E B. ,w; Deas John I' Robertson J D, w; Reagan 0 W w; Moore D Ff w; Mima'C S, -w; MooreJ Successors to S. r STANDLEY & COlA :. .
novel package of cigars is the latest M. c; Dean Homer H. w. I I Reagan F O, w; Raysor L M. w; Ray- W. w; Morris Jas c; Mickens Jesse I'l
of the El Troplco cigar fac Edwards Jno. e; Edwards J. w; : Sor B E. "wRaysor H C. w; Ray G c; Mathews D E. w: McEwin J
production Ocala. The Idea is original with Edwards J L. w; Edwards \\m P w; I'' W. w; Rubin 3t. w; Rawls S A. w; $i lu. w; McDonald: E A. w; Set leIs. H Full Stock of Wagons, Carriages Buggies Harness,.
tory. andattracta Edard. John T. c: Eichelberger Roddinberry J R. w; Raysor L M Jr. w; Pasley E C, w; Pasley J E. '
Mr. Cbas. great the of proprietor attention and Amos, w; Eicneioerger A L. w: Ellis I i w; Richey W D. w; Russell A S. w; ,w; Prisoc A L. c; Rickard Walker Saddlery and all the Accompanying Lines '-
: fine and sell at sight. Richard e; Evans Oliver w; English i Raysor C R. w; Rush J L, w; Roess {IC; Richards Zimmeron. c; Riley Aaron -!

the The goods brand are Is Xickel-a-Foot. They and ton Rubin H G.w;w.Ensesser J S. w; Eeagle-:,c M; J.Reef w; R Robinson V.w. G K. w; Russ R F, c; ,Rafile c; Reeves Clifford Louis,c c; ; Smoak Rafile Harry F E.' HEAVY FARM .AND TURPENTINE, WAGONS.
nickel roods
are as fine as many Is be- Farris 0 A. w; Falana Manuel C Savage S S. w; Sage C K. w; Sis- w; Inomas Greenoury w; Taylor WT
the reaaon they are sold cheap w; Taylor J T, w: Thomas J H, Exclusive for the Famous White *
made by apprentices.The e: Ferguson John G. w; FInley Norman trung S T. w; Sistrunk Carlos L. w; Agents Hickorj Turpentine
cause they are Moat( J W. w e: Vaughn B F, w; Wusnes J A. w;
ylvester ;
'e; Flshel M. w; FoglestromChas Solomon c;
cigars are < inches long racked Williams Toby. c Williams Muck E. Wagon. Prompt' Attention to out of Town Orders.
and retail at 5 cents, E. w: Fort Josiah W, w; Fuller Schwerin I, w: Scott G S. w; Scott ;
two In a package fora R D. w; Frazer Chas G. w: Ford Henry Hampton c; Scott Cyrus.c; Scheank c; Wilson Wm Jr e: wnkerson Wesley
hence 11 inches them of and solid be comfort convinced. e: Flinn Robt E. w; Tausett H Jno W. w; Smoak J 1... w; Smith T A. c; WIlliams Jos 1... c; Williams KNIGHT &, LANG .
nickel Try ... White-,
G Smith Chas Henry c; &uams Davis c;
A. w; French Chas E. w; Freeman W. w; Smith eoR w;
For salt at first elas dealers. Henry, c' Freymuth E L. wr Flinn R W, w; Smith W H. w; Smith D MM sides T P. w; Williams Andros, c; OCALA .. FLORIDA

\V w; Flshel Leon. w; Frank A. w: D. w; Spencer E, w; Sparkman L Williams Fleming calker Charley.c .
\NIGKEL-A-F001 Ford II A. w-; Fort A B. w; Ford D M. w; Seymour B H. w; Smith Ed- ; Williams J R. w; Zetrouer J C. .
D. w; Fox C A. w; Fort D A. w.; win C. w; Summers P S, c; Stevens w;. Zetrouer. D B. w.
\ Fort C A. w; Fort J J. w; Frank Marcus Isaac w; Stone Spencer C. w; Precinct No 4-Cotton Plant.
\ HANDMADE, w; Fraklyn Jack c. Stmnk AY. w; Spann WV, c; Atkinson Montholon w; Barco D M. Ft1BNITt1RZ'It's :
Gary Thos R. w; Gadson Harry c; Sims Pies c; Stewart W G. c; Sut- w; Blackman Penell. c: Butler Enoch.
Gadsoa F P. c; Gates H C, w; GatesA ton Alfred. w; Smith Robt c; Stew- c; Buron Andrew B. c; Blackman
\k G. w; Gamble David w; Gaskins art Thos O. w; Spellman P W, w; Jeff c; BraVn Handy W, w; Butler
Wm S, w: Geri; J J. w; Geris Albert Sistrunk H C. w; Sexton Thos. w; Ned c: Brown S H. w; Barnett H a little early, but our fall stock is
w; Gotf'U'\ilmete. w; Coin W A. Schneider C F. w; Smoak W C. w; M, w; Butler Thos c; Butler Henry
w; Coin Primus: G. e; Giusto Sante. Shuey Geo E. w; Snyder T B. w; c: Bryant Aaron c; Butler White e; arriving daily and we are in a position to
w; Genseppe Giusto w; Green L X, Shuford Joseph w; Shealey D W, w; Barco Paul c; Barco D Xewcomb w; ,
w; Green 0 T w: Fress Frank A, I Shermerham A L, w; Stokes H D. w; Beck J L Jr w; Brooks J A. w; Carter
w. Groves H C. w; Galloway John P. Strauss Maurice, w: Stripling W, Robt. c; Carter S W. w; Chisolm saye you money. All we ask is a few
MONTHS w: Gary Wm T w: Gasgins J J H. w; Staten J B. w: .Spencer B w.; i
6 GUARANTEE Calbrath C; w; GUdrtch F M. Scarborough AV H, w; Stafford L D. 'Col-Her minutes of valuable time* to show
w. GittUeb X I. w; Graham Jno M. w; Scriven Bragg. c: Sweat Edward (Thos P, w; DeHon Wm w; Frey your
41&1- hoI_ lie more w. Geiger A P. w; Goodyear P. <; Stevens J V, w; Shackleford W H, imuth B L .w; Uranani Jno e; Hnd-
Urnin* U you WrAH -. w: Gress Wm ". w; Goodwin DV.. w; Sammia John w; Stucky A P. w: [gene J L B. w; Hndgens Joe M. w; you through our stock.
flaleprooPfihnsiery c: Gordon Henry. w; Gates Harde- Simpson A P. w; Simmons Osaac.c .ii Hawkins L c; Holmes C w; Jefferson -
man C, w: Gates L W, w; Giles Ceo t ; Smelling Mason c; Spragin. c: > Frank e; Johnson Elwood. w; I .. ,
c; Graham W D. w: Gibbs S M. w; Simpson ,Jno. c: Sabie James. c. (Kelsey Wm H. c; Morgan Alex, e; I A FEW LEADERS .
the pofxilir rotors Huber Frank C. w; Hedgeman Jno.1 Taylor Noah e: Taylor Robt. w: i Mills G W w; Miller J J, w; MentionA .
Fir Mm; 'Xomed c; Harris F E. w; Haley Thos H. w; I(Taylor Henry.; Tanner Wm. c: ; J. c: Mills Elbert. w; Miller C Y, <'
old a pain net tor, ia|r 50 lot;Cot 1Dza..pans We I E T w. Henton J L. w: Hood E Van iTootey Geo c: Tyler Ceo B. w; Mack PrInce.. e; Newborn W Boo w; up. .
For Ladies E. yr be Cotto*>x pairs U D w; Holland Henry c: Hocker i iTydings \; R. w: Tyler Ceo D. w: t O"Xeal Geo. V; Parker Ephhram w;
/E$.&e. A za4--- iris tntt W, w; Hockey W A. w; Horn burger Thompson J M M D, w; Thomas Daniel Parker Jno F, w; Parker Joe B. w; Sideboards f .50 t#
Chas w: Hubbard G M. w; Hubbard p. c; Thomas Robt J. e: Thrilling Richardson Sam. c; Robinson William $ up.
roa s.s n Lnclen. w; Hobbs Samuel B. w; Hut- Sol. w; Troxler T W, w; Thagard E e; Rooinson Feed c; Ray Walter
eon W E. w; Hicks Henry c: Hollins- P. w; Thomas John. c; Toph tl w: Sistrunk T J. w; Smith J L.
Hicks w Abner B, w Thomas J W, w; H China Closets $15 and
M. FISHEU Ocala. Flay head Jno. w; Morgan ; ; 1w; Smith J Rus c: Snowden E. tip
Hodge J W J. w; HandeUman: 31. w: Tiptoe J J. w; Tyler Ceo L. w; w; Veal C R. w; Weathers Jan S,
-- -_. Harris T H. w; Habencht A. w.; Hen- Tompkins J A. w; Tucker Wm. w; w; Williams TbeophQis. w; Weadlaw
drix C R w; Howard E M, w; Turner Frank w; Terrell J E. w; Simon c;- Wright Jno c; Williams E
Howse 0 B, w: Hall R S. w; Hall Taylor C E. w; Tucked W H. w; E. w; Williams R A. w.
Frank J. w; Hilburn J P. w; Hall T Thomas Chas. E. w; Tiller J X. w; Print No. S-Romeo. OCALA FURNITURE CO.E.C.
C, w; Hinton JV. w; Harvey W J, TUlis J J, vr; Tiaon J M. Taylor Inn
Butler J H. w Dean M J W. w
R Taylor Wm D, w Thomas Jacob ; ; .
w; Hough G A, w; Hampton P. w; H. w; ;
Hood J W M D, w; Hadsock Wm. w; w; Taylor C E. w; Troxler G R. Dean C K. w; Dean C L. w; Folks SMITH. C. ROBERTS.
W J. w; Hatchings J T. w; MartinA .
K JV. .
Haln H w; Hopkins w; ,
.. J. w Marcnm W L, w Morgan F
; ;
Hampton II 31. w; Hampton R P. w; Tsher E T.
E Vereea: J P. e; IT. w; Marcun W H. w; McGehee J s
Hampton T X. w: Harnage J F. w; Vaughn L. w;
Haley E A. w: Hough J D. w{ HunterH Vot J P. w. i iB. w; McDaniel T 1... w; MeGehee JasJMcdarey Fort King Grocery
::: R L. Nettles H B. w
R. w Holloman R Q. w; Hough Walters Geo B. w: Washington e: ; I
Jno. w.Ingram. Ceo B. c; Weihe F G B. w: WeathersB i Nobles Wesley J C. w; Nettles J M,

Peter w; Isoci Oliver c; A, w: Whsgo Jos. c; Williams Jno w; Peterson Timothy w; Pedrick Jas I hare bought the Fort King Grocery and restocked .
Williams E T.wIams J F. w; Richards C F. w; K""H A. e;
aJar A L. w. O. c;
Stricklaad R 31. w; Starling J L. w it with a complete fresh line of Staple and
Jackson Loafs C c; James A 31. w; D. w; Williams David S. v; W1Ilians -
Je1OI'1sV C, w: Jewett W 1.. w; F H W. c; Williams X L. w; Tilley C, c; Turner J J. w; Wiggins Fancy,Groceries for the family trade. I will carry
Jewell Chai J. w: Johnson A C. w; WIlHama G F, w; Walters Taos, Y; J A. w; Wiggins J D. w.
Johnson Peter w; Johmsoo Lames. Wilson Geo W. e: WILD Henry; Precinct ''Na. 6--Camp Izard. only the freshest and best goods to be had and

w; Johnson Isaac G. w; Jones C C. Winer W K. w; Wnaley J R. Whaley Archie Solon e; Archie: Geo sr. eft1ns ; will guarantee to.sell them to you as cheap aa any
w: JaDes Thee c; Johnson Phillip, e; Sid. w; Whaler J E, w; Whaley Z R. .\ L L. w; Adams K H w;
Pb.eograpba from fill to lit Ow Johnson Abraham c; effords E DoDd.w w; WhiiesWe P \*. w; Whitesides ,CM Adams J W. w; Archie Moue. c; One"in the city. Country produce bought and sold
49* different records In stock to select ; Jones H C. w; Johnsoa T H. w; w; Whight Ed. c: Washington: AWns C Sit. w; Adams W J. w; Aos- \ and fruits and baker bread will be put in in a few-
treov. A. E. Burnett. th* Jeweler erctastv Johnson T B. w; Jones J T. w: JuneS Coo c; Wind Watson e; Washington ley W V. w; Brooks A R. w; Bra&seH Give share of trade and if
R D. -w Johnson S R. Gen e Woodruff Wash s. Brass days. me a your good
acent for Ocala. S. w; Jones : ; C T. w; Brass A McC. w; Jno.
w; Jackson L \V w; Jewett Stephen Wilkinson Bradley e; Williams Jacob w; Valentine, w; Broks J E. w; goods., courteous treatment and low prices merit &
w; Johns G R w; Johnson A J. c: e; Wood Wn R. wi Wood Wm Dorr G X. w; Elston ZiWe w; CUBS
Hall racks for all .f housfrom continuance of it will continue to trade withme.
manner Jackson Jno. c; J A.. w; Jones Eran- E. w; Wallace T ti. w: Waterman: H Tfidon. 11'; Gilbert T C. w; Jesterr T you
.*. the _ct prswmptt to tK.htMxbleat. gUs c; Jacobs J R. e. X w: Wtoer A A. w; Watson :M D. B W7 Jordan EV W. w; Jordan W L, Respectfully
Pr e.*. are decidedly righLTry Kr*yblU E W w; Kline Jacob w: w; Weaver C J. w; WhetfUme H H, Johnson: J I. w; ; .lorrtsoa R Jr. w;
ra and e. Ocala Furniture CaW 'Knight L J. w; Knight TT A. w; w; WhItworth H H. w; Wiggins IIX. Monroe Jan M, w; Monroe: T F w.:
Kirkland C X r. Kea J W. w; Kcn- w. Weathers B S, w: White J R.. Morrison: D L. W:' Petteway S W, w; N. L. WILLIAMS Ptbp.
de F XT w. ; Wilson P T. 'Wi"llsou A J. w; Petteway F T. w; Ross Abram w; ,
I IDtEYSHONEY]B Uttmof'e G W. e: Lavrenc. Chas. IX. rs Harry v: Walters H t V. w; AeL
Corner Fort and Atlantis LSae Railroad
Ar -.. -- ..,..-. ......... w; Lancaster T D, w; Lancaster J F 11mams H C. COaattaaeJ on fifth Pa&e- : ..

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reach the diseased portion of the err.

L. BITTINGER & CO. There is only one way to care deafness I

and that Is by constitutional _
Mr. O. T. Green Shows That You Are remedies. Deafness U caused by an Controller. of the Clyde Company Buys y-

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Reading in a Bad Light When You I informed condition of the mucous lining i All the Mallory ships and Routes

Proprietor and Publiabera. Accept Statements Without Investi of the Eustachian Tube. When i
New York Oct. 27*-The control of,I
this tube is inflamed you have a rum
gation. the Mallory' Steamship Line has been :
C. U BITTINGER. bling sound or imperfect hearing and -sold to Charles W. Morse. i
Attention has been called to a let- when it is entirely closed Deafness

Editor and General ManagerR. ter of Mr. L. S. Light, published in U the result and unless the inflammation -I and The involves between 3S.004.000 :i ,, a # i'

the Ocala Banner dated the ISth of I can be taken out and this tube

R. CARROLL October which ls so full of errors as to resored to its normal condition bearing I vessels The Mallory Lineoperates steam
I between New Bruoawick.
York: -
salaries and amounts paid by the various -
will be destroyed forever. Nine
City Editor and Buainaaa Manager. I Key West and Galveston. i
states to appellate courts that It I ases out of ten are caused by Catarrh. Moist is already the controlling
necessarily must be misleading. H1.aftrBt
- ---
----- inflamed
which Is nothing but an condition -
in the
spirit Clyde: Line between New
is that the clerical of
error help surfaces.
of the
DEMOCRATIC TICKET mucous York and South Atlantic Coast points.It .
the supreme court of Florida is paid Hundred Dollars
We win give One Is that the Morse Interests
by the state, and is SS.OOO. This is In- of caused reported -
For for (
Member of Congress. First District any case by propose to increase the number of
correct. The clerk of the supreme ; Catarrh) that cannot be cured by
STEPHEN'. SP AR1aA."iFor ships on the line.JULIUS.
court receives from the state J1200 a _
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circa-I c as
Tear; the typewriter, $1200 a year; the +
Justice of the Court lars free. F. J. Cheney CAESAR
: who
janitor acts as librarian gets Toledo Ohio. i
CHARLES B. PARKHILU Was a man of nerve but sickness left
,999. The law provides for a. stenographer Sold by drugg'.su..5c. Take Hairs

JAMES B. WIUTFIELD. at $<00 per year but at pres- Family Pills constipation.. its mark and he became aged before

ent no stenographer is employed.Mr. his time. Sickness is often caused by THE MONTEZUMA:

For Railroad Commissioner Light says that North Carolina The corner stone of the new JtO.frOO a torpid; liver. Machine will regulate

NEWTON A. BLITCIL pays the supreme court judges J20C9 courthouse for Marion county was bid your liver and give you health. Mrs
each 19904. North CaroUna has five Carrie Austin. Hollon Kansas writes:
with ceremonies the 17th
Imposing on LEASED FOR TEN YEARSBest .
supreme court judges and at $5000 a Inst. In honor of the event, the Ocala "1 consider Herbine the best medicine

FX>r State Senator, Twentieth District year they would get $15.099. He says Evening Star issued a special edition I[ ever heard of. I am never withoutIt.

(,- D. K. BAKER that South Carolina pays her chief- profusely Ulustrated with pictures of I Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug Year-Round Betel at $2 a Day in FloridaUptoDate-
.justice. $3000 and associate justices store.
and brief
For.. the Honee-of Representatives i I2SOO. and clerical help. $3200. South sketches Marion's of progressive their lives. It..u a fine I Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and ,Plenty to Eatv

". GEORGE G. MATHEWS. I Carolina has four supreme court paper and worthy of all praJe.-Punta I HEARST CANDIDATES
EDWARD U WARTMANN.For I fudges lie-says, who Texas are pays paid her novo three per supreme annum. Gorda Herald. I SHOVED OFF THE TICKET % J. SHOPMAN, ERGPBIETOR.

court judges $4000 a and that the
County Judge year THE TRUSTEES' PLAN New York Oct. Z7.-By, a decision
total appropriation for the court is I ,
In the division of the
appellate sn-
JOSEPH II. BELL. I 120.000. and that 404 case are acted ;:
I Ask to pay for drainage only these (;rem court yesterday every one of the
en. He says that Florida judges get$3000 I THE OCKLAWAHA INN
Tor Tax CoUe torEPHRIAI. each and $..000 for clerical help mak- people who will be benefited; not those! Independence League organization candidates -I
I i for the assembly, senate and I
L. GARNET. ing $%1.000. and only 200 cases are living outside the drainage diltrid.i
congress, with six exceptions, were I Ithro..n
acted upon. These statements are A Pleaiantv Homelike Hose
oT the ticket and under the 1 _" ,_-
For Tax Assessor very mislead ing. Taking the year 1904. THE OPPOSITION PLAN ;
decleton they cannot run. under the .;'t
the only one in which the reports are ... .. ..t _
'f \ ALFRED ATER Make the whole state pay for drain- Independence League emblem. I -- Elegant Airy Rooms andtfe-
/ accesible, and the Texas court wrote i'o. ,< .. ;
rich land The Independence League attorney' J:
ing lands belonging to syndicate -
opinions In 129 cases. If It acted In 'f -
For County Treasurer Oannounced that an appeal would be '
: Choicest Table
other cases It was to refuse jurisdictionand *. very Board.
taken at once to the court of appealsat er'd
THOMAS E. PASTEUR. without. opinions in which com- .--

paratively little labor is required. From WHICH IS albany. Special Rates in Sttftt19'lr .to.
Vor Member Board of Public Instruction June term 1905. to June term 1906 the PROPOSITION WOUNDS. BRUISES AND BURNS

Florida supreme court wrote 1(4 opin- : and Boud-
The first of Vote for the Weekly Monthly
ISAAC STEVENS ions. Moreover the Florida supremecourt one, course.
By applying! an antiseptic dressingto
: B. R. BLJTCH. does not pay J5000 for clerical Drainage Amet tdment
wounds bruise, burns and 111-e us.
J. S. help and not much more than half 4-
GRANTILAM.I injuries before Inflammation sets
that sum. In Texas there is a courtof LEGAL NOTICESR
they be healed without maturation MRS. HATCHELL.Proprfetress
For Member Board of County Com- criminal appeals. whose three judges may .
and In about one-third the time f'
missioners get $4000 a year, and an intermediate L. Martin la applying in thejDunnellon ..
required by the old treatment. This -:
WILLIAM J. CHAMBERS. court of civil appeals consisting of five Advocate for tax deeds to is the discovery and triumphof f .,...'..;......L .. > ..... 1--, .
greatest J.-
C :.p.4"#; .... ,..
'l JAMES )(. MATHEJVS. divisions of three judges each whose issue on the following lands on Dec. modern Chamberlain'sPain -'- --' :.r

SAMUEL R. PYLES. salary Is $3500 per year. The appro- 1. 190: surgery. OCALA FLORIDA
Balm acts this prind-
on same
NORMAN A. FORT. priation In ISO for the two courts. NH of swU except sw ; of nw>4 of
namely: Supreme court and Court of sec 15 22 % of pieIt is an antiseptic and when applied
CHARLES W TURNER. I sw% : tp r ; w neVi
to such Injuries them to
Appeals six judges was $41,870. and and nwli of awl:. Bee 32. tp 15. r 23; causes -.-. y.I
'or Justice of tile Peace First DistrictS. for all of the appoints courts. $195.520. swVi of swfe of sell except 2'i acreson heal very quickly.: It also allays the

I page 462. Laws of 1905. The total sal- n side see 15. tp 16. r 23; neVi of pain and soreness and prevents any N s

A. BULLOCK. aries of the app late judges in TexasIs seta of se% sec 15 tp 16. r 23: se% danger of blood: poisoning. Keen a That AH Important Bath-Room .
bottle of Pain Balm In home andIt
S7C.SOO per annum. of sw% of se<4 sec 15. tp 1C r 23; nell your I

For Constable First District These figures are given to rebut the of ne% of net 4 sec H. tp 16. r 23; lotS will. save you time and money* not have ofcn heard peop!< remark "If I were tit4q ssC'You

C. W. SMITH. Inference of Mr. Light's letter that the except 3 chs n and s by 10 cbe e andw to mention the Inconvenience and suffering -

business of Texas is done 23. such Injuries entaIL For sale f ever to buU.! I would plan
appellate in I
---- -- ------- bya nw cor sec tp 17. r

BOARD OF TRADE MEETING court of three judges at a
$ O.OOO. W. Moore, Hemming! Land and Im- r --
!I! Two years ago the state of Georgia provement COL. A. E. Ackerman. C. J. RACE TROUBLE IN FRISCO I a3 my money into the parlor with aHa

Monday night at the city council Increased the salaries of her supreme Hecksma. C. C. Ogden. J. H. Fox. and fur}." That ia good common sense

room vflll be an Important one. So'I court judge to $4000 per annum, and parties unknown. dtwtf The people are trying to keep theJapant"8e r
recently established intermediate out of their schools theaters sentiment: for the bath room u the most
important to the Interest of every cm- an
court of appeals of three with **lf The and restaurants, and international ,j
judges not
sen of Ocala that the board Invited every you are now getting S important of an the household.
salaries of $400 each. Alabama pays SliD printed in Tallahassee and published trouble may result.This

citizen to be present! whether a I her seven supreme court judges a salary everywhere, you don't get the We would! He to toelp you plan your

member of aid body or noL At this ,I of $3(00 per annum.It fun and correct light on things. Write Will Interest DyspepticsAny bath room and will gladly]

meeting Mr. Charles Rhelnauer will costs more to live In Tallahasseethan premium and clubbing fiat Subscription -I druggist will give you back SO quote Joel

read several letters, pertaining to I it does in more northern states price $2 a year. Ask a Sun read. cents (purchasing price) if Ty.r7* prices on *J&adaT Ware, die- best

I perhaps 20 per cent more than in North sr what he think of The bun, then Dyspepsia Remedy fail to relie/e or srlmost unitary fixtures msae.i .
lie will state
and sanitation.
sewerage Carolina. The cost of living has increased send in your subscription. Better dot cure dyspepsia or indigestion or their

what he learned while north this more than 50 per cent since today. symptoms, bad breath bad Creams.

crammer In bringing: the matter of our 187!. when the salaries of the Florida foul taste constipation nawklng/spit- i R.. E. YONGE & CO.

underground sewerage before compe- supreme court judges were fixed. Six ting acid or gas on the stomach, dizzy
tent This is \ltal and far Alonzo Walker a well known char-
authority. a of the ablest of the Florida supreme meat spells, heart flutter pains in stomach .
acter In Ocala's market for several --- --
reaching question effect everybodyand court judges have left the court withinten side or back, extreme nervousness,
everybody should be interested and years died In Tampa a few days
years because the salary was inadequate belching. Tyner'a Dyspepsia Remedy
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ago. He was a general favorite with the
be You want to
when all else don't be
namely: Raney. Liddon. Car- cures fails so
know whether you are using pure or ter. Mabry Maxwell and Glenn. Suchof public and his cheerful greeting and discouraged. It rjrengthens weak

t-npure water. If you are too Indifferent them as had families found them- hearty laugh will not be'BOOn for- stomachs The star of hope for all HOTEL WINDLE, is. 17.19 fc Forsjth stet t-

to learn. you are not worthy of selves unable to pay expenses and gotten. dyspeptics. Cures the worst cased/ .

citizenship.! Come out and take a educate their children. Those of them Druggists or by express 50e Circular -

hand In determining the question. who have gone back to law practiceare Pound raisin and citron cake, at the I. free. Tyners Remedy CO. Angus- ----..jg New andPitgt-Classi all

making more than twice the sal- X K. Grocery. ta. Ga. *
The A- C. "short" down Appointment*
yes- ary of the supreme court judge. A wise
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terday afternoon with only a combination people will not desire to have a courtof Frank T. Cullen, the well known =

car and the car was so crowded last resort from which. the best and J. E. CHACE Jacksonville hotel man. died In New American Plan *2.0O to

that white and colored people were moet active lawyers are to be excluded York Friday as the_ result of an op -S 12.50 per day.
tacked: and Jamed regardless of color because of the inadequacy of the sal- eration. r I
and others and DENTAL SURGEON + European Plan Rooms one
hanging on to the steps ary. A wise people will desire the ,

landing on the platfiorms. Now whatis best lawyers on Its court of last resort Office supplies of all kinds, and person, 75c. per day and
the matter with the 500 new coaches Office Upstairs Con nercial Bank BId'gOCALA
and so will every wise. man. The blanks a specialty at the Ocala News
the A. C. L> railway. received at Jacksonville adoption of the salary amendment will Company. up. Special weekly ratea.

the other day It occurs to not add on, iota to the present rate FLA. ; Center of City. Near all ,
us that the Homosassa is entitledto ,
run (of taxation. Foley's Honey ana Tar cures the
one new coach In a generation and I Supreme court judges by virtue of Terms, Cash. most obstinate coughs and expels the { Car Lines. Open all the

especially aohen. It has no better their situation and duties are excluded cold from the system as It is mildly Yeai Rooms with Bathe
than at present There is no better fro mmaking money in business ----------- --- -- laxative It U guaranteed. Do not .

paying branch of the line that this one I pursuits. It they are not rich at the risk taking any but the genuine in th .a; ;- Extra Charge.

_from Ocala to Homosassa via Dun- present salaries fney must expect to FRESg ARRIVALS yellow package. Sold by all dealers.

I""ft- ale paupers. This Is not a pleasant C. B. SMITH, Proprietor, Jacksonville., Florida.
fate, which Mr. Light Insists shall be i
There seems little d.>ubt that I that of >he. judges of the supreme Boa from Depot and Steam Ships

the constitutional amendment to Increase court who are not In lodependant cir QUAKER OATMEAL ]LOUISYILLE ft IASHYILLE RAILWAY

the salary of our judges will beratified. cumstances.The .

They are the poorest paid Florida supreme court 1s up :QUAKER: PUFFEC RICE
The Louisville it Nashville Railroadwill
moo In th _public service. and receive with Its docket and attending to all
sell from Jacksonville

rouna trip rates
A salary fixed twenty. years ago. not- the business that comes before It. KINGAN'S COUNTRY CURED HAMARMOUR'S
to points cbowis on date indicated.
ithdtandlng actual living expenses i What more can be demanded!
Proportionately low rates
have increased more than forty per STAR HAM :
: O. T. Green.
from other
cent. points. '

I IS THE MOON INHABITED SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAM $33.40 Hot Springs Ark. and return. _- -0- Health is

Those who believe that the landsto Tickets on sale daily. Final return

SWIFT'S BREAKFAST BACON limit 99 days from date of sale. More Than
be benefited should bear the bur- I Science has proven that the moon

den of the drainage tax should also has an atmosphere which makes life Full Information, schedules, time tables [0] '

vote for the drainage amendment to in some form possible on that satellite; SWEET GHERKIN PICKLES etc.. *Ul b furnished promptly WealUh ra $

the constitution. A vote against the but not for human beings,, wbo have a .rA application. .Go E. HERRING.Fla. .

drainage constitutional amendment hard enough time on tIle earth of 0. K. GROCERY Pass Agt L.. &: N. R. R.. L Use

:raeans that the voter desires to be ours; especially those who dont know US W. Bay 8t.. Jacksonville Fla.

.taxed together with. all the taxable that Electric Bitters cure Headache. u IMK

l-roperty of the state, for the purposeof Biliousness Malaria. Chills and Fever Phone J74. MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS BALLARD'SSNOW
draining the. lands of nine corporattGD.S. KING .
Jaundice. Dyspepsia,. Dizziness: : AtEXTREMELY

Torpid Liver Kidney Complaints ,LOW RATESSOUTHERN -- OF
General Debility and Female Weak-
If want to the latest in the Via
you see
nesses. Unequalled as a general Tonic _
cash register line Into the Teapot
and Appetizer for weak persons and Remington"Shoe1 RY.FROM ..
Grover). It beats a sewing machine: especially for the aged. It Induces ALL
and comes near cutting out the linotype -
sound sleeps Fully guaranteed by Ty- JACKSONVILLE
in Its perfecting antics. In the
dings A. Co, druggists. Price only ;'c.
language of Jake Brown "It $44.70 San Francisco and Los Angeles,
In taking In money counting A TIMELY REMINDER nurmraut Cat one way (second class), on sate Ton will always hare good health. What is more to a. man
out change making out bills, receipting health All the In the
n Tea than good money world can't make
years age wu a gOOd typewrit*; dally till Oct. 31st.
for same except talk. and that It where health Is unknown
In a recent letter to the press on 1i.e years sae wss a bettertypewi iter $38.40 Hot Springs Ark. on sale dally: happiness BaOard's Snow LJofaneotB"ra
will be able to do if it stays around .Hclll. Cuts.
the race question Hon. W. H. iteming T.4 a r la the best typewriter limit ninety day" Sprain
Jake length of time. It cost JTOO. CURES! Stiff Joints
any Sores. Contracted Abodes. Lame
of Augusta. Ga. a distinguished 6a tt.daa,. $61-K City of Mexico and return: tickets -
citizen of that state who. commands aw a eW i= vi on sale Nov. 22 to 24th. inclusive Back aaid an the IDa that Fiesta is Heir to.

APPEARING .OLD wide respect, said among other 1Ale. limit C4 days.
One Who
things:: -It is just as necessary for tsdsafMattrt $16.25 NaahviC. Teniv, and return;

us to encourage good negroes as It tickets on sale Nov. It and U; limit
Acts aw a Bar t. rrvStakl CBBemt. -.'- is for us to punish bad ones. Thereare L.ra Nov. 18. J. G. Scott. Bait Lake City, Utah writes; I cannot

hundreds to be encouraged to every 1 sal lank $9.25 Augusta Gag and return; ticketson too highly praise your Bollard's Snow Liniment Tor

Too caaaot afford to grow old. one to be punished.** This Is.a latatir sale Oct. 27, 28 and 29; limit NOT. the relief of acute rheumatism caused by sadden changeand

la theM days of strenuous competition timely reminder of a plain fact and a 15. 1904. exposure to theweather. I also recommend yoarBalLard's

n Is necessary: to maintain aa long aspwsibl plain duty which too many of us are' Sala.lltpras. $& 5 Columbia. S. C, and return; tickets Horehound Syrup. for coughs and colds.
These used together defy all
ones youthful appearance.It prone to forget in denouncing a whole on sale NOT. 4 and 5; limit Kor. pain.

is Impossible a luxurious to growth do this of without hair. retaining race for the siss of a few.-Live Oak 9. 1906.For QET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes 2Sc:, SOC SI.00

Democrat rate to
The presence of Dandruff indicate the hwsna.nha
of which other points apply: to T. K. McCall. C.
rrexace a burrowing germ torte ssss9t..ltiRrn
lives and thrives on the roots of the A severe cold that may develop into II wi...aas/seA..s......... II P. and T. A.; James Freeman. D. P. A, Ballard Snow liniment Co: .
hair until It causes total baldaess.Tiewbre's pneumonia over nIght. can be cured II ass aw sales.Ie......b asrrsen s4s II.r..wws..Ire Phone 743. Jacksonville Fla.

Herpidde: Is th* only known quickly by taking Foley's Honey and ./ a......-r IIIrtI....... 500-502 North Second Street,
estroyer of this rest, and It 1s as effective Many other attractive rates.
Tar. It will cure the most obstinate Seat la the Caned State
as It is delightful to use aarwfccre e
For farther information apply toT
Herpietd makes an elegant hair dresstagas racking cough and strengthen your ten-Beolta 4 .jir teat Crest m prvre hnxinomc its of K. McCALL ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.

wen as DanJmJT cure. lungs. The genuine Is In a yellow valaaUe typewriter latermarton. ....
Accept DO rabMitnte-there is nor.*. package. For sale by all dealers name .f safest repmeatattTC.tree City Passenger and lleket Agent
Sold by leading ragUta Send We. In i: to_ Rq-.&. JAMES FREEMAN.

fanrv for sample to The Rerplcid Co. REMINGTON-SHOLES District Passenger Agent.
eCrott. Mte*. I Too can get the Atlanta Journal every Majestic Building Chicago :.08 West Bay Street Jacksonville' Fin.Ph.M Sold and Recommended by
day and Sunday at Allan Bridges'news
Ttngs,8, Co..special sweats kale stand for 1:: cents a week i and Jackseavitte Fla r- 743. THE AKTI-MONOP OLY DRUGSTOREI

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--- I I I Xew Why York wait We mill have our buyer goes in New to FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND LICENSED EMBALMERS .
Guaranteed(lsilks' local on sixth page. a bayer.
: York all the time and can SU 'year
.. wants at.aay and an times. Our splendid -
I Odd Fallows meet Tuesday night I line of" holiday Jewelery Is arrivIng We are Equipped to do the-Very Best Work and use Only"

Swiss cheese at the O. K. Grocery.! almost daily and many pretty and the Latent and Best Methods.
In 'IVIaxIne: and I new goods are now In. Call and see -, ..

WANTED Young lady to assist in i us and talk over your wants for the TELEGRAPH ORDER RECEIYE I1HEDUTE ITTElfTIOI
r store. Ocala Music Co. holiday season We car help you. v
I Fred G. B. Wet he, The Jeweler.
Moneybak, For the beat cheap emoke. try I Chapel] and Undertaking Parlors Corner Main Street and
Oklawaha Avenue.
In All the Shades. -I
Leading Come out to the board of'ttaderneet:; Jacob Klein is showing one of the
c Ing Monday night. prettiest' windows Imaginable in trimmed OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY;
--- hats, all ready for wear, and the

Vet an.I coat pocket electric lights; ladles of this section should not over Day Phone, No. 10; Night Phone No. 197.
bottom price Young &: Cline look the handsome display of millinerythat
Centemeri Kid Gloves Mr. Klein is carrying. He has
ron SALE CHEAP One square J.I- over 5M trimmed hats now In stock
ano. Apply to Ed Helvenston. of the very latest: designs and pat-
terns. .
Pound raisin and citron cake at the

i... Extraordinary value at $1.00 O. K. Crecery.Mr BAND CONCERT SUNbAYThe tr .

-. J. U. gmoftlc went to Reddlclc today band will give a concert in the { TriaJs of Motherhood
to eee Mr A. B. Rou who la sick. city ball park Sunday afternoon.

16 Button j1 SSS Brrwd Street.PsruDWwn .
length Mousquetaire Kodak time. W@ have everything in NEW COeDS ARRIVING.I FA.Jaw U.not
tbe line. The Postofflce Drugstore. have j I I iffer*'!Tor nine rears with or n.. trrabte Dakng tile a bx.rdes tfm.nv't
bought this ,
season the finest }, .. .
ten a to ELT fnur. tinting &*t tIme I had two mwcvrUiud
Gloves at $2.75 and $350 Some rare argalns in Haviland stock of goods in rny line that I f\:} n'Lh rf>cb ve'Imped fees child to Were our bo:2W'tbM waMr.
hare ever carried. The goods are beginning 1 had mace rfctk-cg be r>.s- ->_ puns in the posit: organs, ana ..
china at the -stoffice Drugstore. I OC pelf h-g Uirousn. my lita with Inqaiut"" be-uUcbe I Kit sick *t lilt, t
to arrive and the rubllc can *t<_..jbt and: rcnutta fmicratlT and IK medtuue telpej aWe u.Ul 1 toted TWins
atRHEINAUERS P-alnpr's Lotion Snap for options rest assured that the stock will ;-I of CvCoiTuea _
and Skin diseases at tbe Post of flee second to none In the country and! will U n>7 general health improved. the pains pradoatly lertciwd and
t After U weeks I W4SeJ. I sai now Use happv mother a toy ughtee'
I Crugsmre.A fill their every want in my line. conUv eld and mr join Eae la seiMiukx beartf.U thanks&0OW
i A. E. Burnett Jeweler Merchant's for rcwr spiesJ!d medwme.v.i ": .
\> are headquarters for school Block. 't xt, I apad here Less a ecr //.k ,__
,looks and school supplies of all kinds. ct'.13t-4:..ell a lIIap1I7. f-411r_ sad LI

Ocala News Co. VOICE CULTUREMiss Cm.m. err. Auras a AMOCXATTO

I Sarah Whltnetd will give lessons -
I Mr. Kyle Wartmann of Citra is In the in voice culture at her home. one tt 1t t:' altj
city visiting his sister Miss< Byrd door east of the armory Fort King
\Vartmann. who is sick. avenue. ti"t: OJ l i U'

-.--.--- WANTED-Toun? man or boy to as PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTICE t. Wine of Canlai is tbe most cuccesffcl menstrual regcletor. By
silt in store and learn the business.: regulating Bifnstrtiatico Wine c( Crdui baoulies: mfiatcmaticn
Ocala Music Co.. Jewelers. AU mEmbers of the First Presbyterian -: from the entirs female orpacissi and the strengthened lisruoects
church of Ocala are requested r: Inrg tlw orgaj beet fc>tlH-ir proper place. This u what Wine of
A FEW FOR: SALES Try the Victor, single cone steel to attend a meeting of the congregation CardLi did fur Mrs. NinDinger. It banuJ'eJ tie racking; paint and
tempered springs! fully gruaranteAd,to to be held on Sunday. Oct. 2Sth, burning; i inSamication and bronchi ber: relief. She was restored to
last a lifetime, at McIver & MacKays. 1906. at 11 a. IIL* at the church. health end, streucth and gives WiLe of Cardni tbe credit of makingher
A. Y. Strunk. Secretary. aIM to b icoce a happy mother. This medicine equips a woman
Evils: don't correct themselves. You .. for every duty of wifehOod and motherhood There are many suf-
should come to tbe board of trade AN AWFUL COUGH CURED firing women who think that health ca a never be tbein because they

-. meeting Monday night. I "Two years ago our little girl hada canntjt secure the services of a great rpev'ahst, bet we want to say
right hero that while Mc,. Nirdhnger !acre" in Philideipbia. a great
touch of pneumonia which left her
DITTO & MALONEY Elegant new china closets and buffets with an awful cough. She had spellsof tnedicU. center, she depended onV me of Carom for a cure:: and she
and china closets combined. Call was curwd. This tame tuediruie i* within your reach. Will you
coughing Just like with whoop-
:'\. 1-Good five-room cottage on nice lot near in on Ocklawaha and see them at Mclver & 1JacKay'LThe Ing cough, and some though one she would take its I

Avenue;; house can easily be aJded to. Cheap at. .... ....$1,200 not get well at all. We got a bottle of Ail druggists ecru_$1.00 bottle Wine of CarduLLtsitIL1
very best solid mahogany, three
roe %.-Svleodld' eight-' om. two-story residence on Sanchez street' piece parlor suits can be found at the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which .
Second Ward; has bath and widt hall, a good two-fOQm aeranta/house Ocala Furniture Company.If acted like a charm. She stopped- -
coughing and got stout and fat
two! !fire places, separate yards etc., good two-story barn, buggy
writes Mrs. Ora Bussard Brubater.
.shed three box stalls, good chicken house storage house and wood you want one of the best bargainsIn
I1L This Is for sale all
abed a good cistern and well and city water in bath. All in good or- choice residence lots In the city Inquire remedy by '-

ier. on large lot facing two stieets. Cheap at .. .. .. .. .. .. ....$1,600 at this office druggists. ..,
No. X-Good, two-story six-room house wide halls one block east ofYost Have you Catarrh See W. I* Ditto BOARD OF TRADE MEETINGThe

office on corner. In good condition. 1500 cash, balance .in two for free sample 'of Dr. Bioeser'd Ca-
year 8 per cent. Interest. Price. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1,000 tarrh Cure, and get well. board of trade will hold an Im-
portant meeting Monday at 8 p. m. in
NoIo0- acres land 30 acres cleared and cultivated balance-woods; the city council chamber. A full attendance -
Mr. A. EL Campbell Is In the city
1;some good timber. A big bargain... .. .. .. .. .. ....$300 awaiting his wife and child, who will is defclred.
Chas. Rheinauer Vice-President
'No. 5.-...\. good fl\e-room cottage, nice lot on Tuscan lila street, .near return tomorrow from Xorth Carolina C. L. Bittinger. Secretary.

Ocklaw aha. Avenue... .. .. .. ., .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .$1,100 where they spent the summer.
Nn. <.-Very pretty lot 76x138. on Fo rt King Avenue }'n Gary Grove. Saws hammered and filed .'Uhlnt

Big bargain.. u .. .. .. .. .. ,. .. ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., .$550 hours, by S. A. Davis filer for Martel most cases consumption results
: Lumber Company Martel Flo. Prices from a neglected or improperly treated I
No. ..Couple of nice fl\e-room cot Cages nice lot. etc., in :Second; reasonable tf. cold. Foley's Honey and Tar cures

Ward. Price;. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ". .. .. ... ... . . !.. ..$1.100No. the most obstinate c.ughs and pre- The Kind You Hare' Always Bought and which has been
Mr. Knox Cleveland of St. Peters-. vents serious results. It costs you no in use for over 3O years, has borne the signature. of
8.-Good two-story; ten-room house In Fourth Ward, very desir- burg, came up yesterday to see his more than the unknown preparationsand and has been made under his personal
able for bearding house; newly painted and roofed; good cistern good brother. Marshal Cleveland, and .look you should Insist upon having the supervision its
lot.etc. Very cheap.. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .$1,000 after his auto patent. genuine in the yellow package: Sold s : since infancy.
$500 cash; .balance easy.-: I. by all sealers Allow- no one deceive you in this.
I DpUP' All Counterfeits, Imitations and"Just-as-ffood"are but
A with ever10
If wish to bay or rent apply to chase at the Ocala Co.. that CASHIER WANTEDA Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of'
you puts you In line for a piece o! band-- young lady cashier wanted for two Infants and Children Experience against Experiment

painted china weeks.. Apply at this office.

DITTO& MALONEY Mrs. Eli Smith and daughters. Ana- A LUCKY POSTMISTRESSIs What is CASTORIA
belle and Edna have arrived In the
city from Alexander*ille. Ga.. to pay a Mrs.' Alexander of Cary }Ie.. who
"ALWAYS READY TO bHOW YOU." visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. C Smith. has found Dr. King's New Life Pillsto Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare

be the best remedy she ever' tried Boric Drops and Soothing Syrups. :It is Pleasant. It
A beautiful line of oak and mahogany for keeping the Stomach Liver and
contains neither Morphine nor other Narcotic
....... music cabinets. in me newest Bowels Ins perfect order. Youll agree Opium
designs on display at Mclter & Mac- with her if you try these painless purifiers substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

Kay's. that infuse new life. Guaran- and allays Fererishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind

The Original Mr. Ausley. the turpentine distiller, teed by Tydings & Co, ruu1t8. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipationand
Price 2 cents.
came down from the Meadows Friday Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, reguIates'theStomach

The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on the to* spend Sunday with his Ocala You get your money's worth at the and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep

bowels and thus assist in expelling colds! from the friends.If Ocala News Company and a coupon The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
system is new and original in Kennedy's Laxative 0py1At c ga for a $:$ piece::: of hand-painted china -
you want a phonograph absolutely You can see it in the window.Mr. .
Honey and Tar. Nearly all other free, read the Star's free phonograph CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
constipating, especially: those containing Opiates. offer, and supply your home G. M. Webb who for years resided -
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar moves the: with one. at Fairfield but last spring

bowels, contains no Opiate s. thought he would go back to the devoted Signature of
Do you want the most comfortable New England hills evidently: felt
LaxativeA place 'In the state to board. for the the keen northern air so has returnedto

CoL money Shipman's It will cost Montezuma you? If 80 hotel., come to Fairfield to spend the winter. : ;; #.,,- #- -

certain safe and harmless remedy far aH Our stock! of wedding presents Is
Coughs Colds.! Croup.Whooping Cough.La Grippe. J. D. Carroll? who ran a store near complete. We have a large line of # L
Bronchitis Influenza and all Lung and BronchiAl HONEY the city market has removed to the sterling silverware and cut glass a ,
affections. Mothers praise the children's favorite north end of Magnolia street, near nice line of Rookwood potters and

Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.Cough the S. \.. L. depot many Music other Co. Jewelers.suitable articles. Ocala The Kind You Haye Always BoughtIn

If you contemplate a trip via the A.

Syrup TAR C. L. or w is ha mileage book consult True and ned friends of the famII'Dewttt's Use For .Over 30 Years.9IoCy.n.Y. .
; R- T. Adams the city ticket agent in Little Early Risers.Best _
the Ocala House. set efa
Prepared at the Laboratory of E. C. DeWITT A CO., CHICAGO, V. S. A.BQT for results and best to take. Rosy
cheeks and sparkling! eyes follow the
TBS BSD CLOVES BLOSSOM' ;)TBS BOSZY SU IS 03 KVBST BOTILS. Miss Jennie May Dunn Is conductinga
use of these dependable little pills.
SOLD BY THE ANTi OLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA. FLA small kindergarten at her home In They do not gripe or: sicken. Sold by
the second: ward. She is teaching the
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Mr. .
members of what was formerly her
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class In Miss and is
Sharp's school
a J. P. Blanton who has been with
meeting with much success. his uncle Mr. C. H. Schlemmer for ATLANTIC

some time left yesterday for Tampa COAST LINETHROUGH
Dainty willow goods for dainty
Jacksonville CarnivalNOVEMBER par. where he expects to remain. Mrs. B-
lore. Your inspection will convinceyou
and little son win go down In a few
of their merit. Ocala FurnitureCompany.

District Attorney Ed Davis and The best smoke, for the money In \ -CONNECTIONS-
5TH TO 10TH 1906
the land is Nlckel-a-foot
Judge TV. S. Bullock returned from TO THE Over Iu own rails to Savannah Chadeat01Jo Richmond
Sumtervtlle yesterday where they tried
the case of C- H. West for the mur-. OLLIE MORDISHas LLAST I and Washington thence.... Pennsylvania. RaU..y.

: dre of A. B. Ruker. West was found .
reopened bis meat market near To THE
SEABOARD AIR-LINE RY. guilty of manslaughter. the Seaboard; Air Line depot. Yon will I Via Montgomery and Lowu111. .& Nashville or via

always find at this place the best of wEST 'Dixie: Flyer' Route aDd Atlanta..
Bamboo and grass screens, .work
w boxes nat and skirt boxes etc. the fresh beef pork and mutton while Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship! Company for Net
prettiest of tbe new furniture novelties fish and oysters will always be found TO THE
Y"k. Philadelphia and Boston via Norfolk Steamer to NetEAST
Announces a Rate of to be bad only at Mclver & Mac- In season. Jleemmber I
Kay" OLLIE MORDIS Tork Washington and Baltimore, via Savannah and

:ONE FARE We note by the Crystal River News Near the S. A. I* fcpot. Ocala FU.WANTED VIA 8TU1ISHIP I Merchants and linen Traaiportatfon..Company for BaitI -

that Ex-Editor W E. Martin now pro- more' and Philadelphia. _: p:; _a : .
prietor of the Alabama-House. Crystal -3 rooms by gentlemanwith
1 Plus>> 25 cents to Jacksonville and return for the Public and River, is going Into the buetneea- of children; furnished or unfur Key West Via Faninaular 4. OccidentAf Steamship

raising Butt Rock chickens on .his nished. Win engage to take meals If I
mile for [ and company
,_ one cent per Hlitary Companies Brass farm at Pine. tOne agreeable. Apply' at the Star office. and Havana

; Thul Route of the celebrated trains New Tork and Florida Special. Fk ri a>
on the Seaboard in Florida. shipment of Sea IslanS Cotton If an article Is.Imitated the originalIs and West Indian Limited. Qricago and Florida Limited and Dixie Fryer.
O last week at Lire Oak was worth $: .- always best Think It over, and

7 Dates of Sale: NOVEMBER 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th. Live,*o, Oak's That commercial in part tells supremacy the story and of to when keep you around go to the buy house that! box get DeWltfs of salve Quickest Schedules. Superior Service.

phenomenal growth. Witch Hasel Salve. It is the originaland For information as to rates ache dukes etc. .eoimitfHbe Purple PbI4et.
Fia Limit, All Tickets, November Jtth, 1906. the name Is stamped on every or communicate: rltli .f5J -- .

County Game Warden C. Y Mc- box. Good< for eczema, tetter boils MT. Carr. Trav. Pass. Agent J G. Kirkland Drr. Pass.: Agent.
CALL ON YOUR TICKET AGENT.Chas. 'Craney and his deputy A. M. Fort cuts and bruises and especially recommended Tampa.. Fla. -
I caught a party of four men shooting for pile Sold by'the AntiMonopoly T. C .White Gen. Pass. Agent w. 3', Craig.. Pass :Traffic: tanager:
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Portsmouth. Jacksonville Fla. namely Fink Mosety Dan Mosely,
Phillip Jayton and hose HUton, all FOR SATE-Bureau and washstand, -
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\V.\\'. CONDOS City Ticket Agent II colored. They bad a Judicial hearing st dialer chairs baby carriage
were fined and paid the same, but It child iron bed ett::, fn good shape. -OLEYSYOnYADTA1], fOID3J1OftEYAimTA1t,

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