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The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily (except Sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556

Notes

Abstract:
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.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).

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EVENING STAR I!! OCALA WINS Professional CardsR. ST. PHILLIPS CHURCH I I

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BITTINGER and COMPANY I game yesterday afternoon on the SL D. FULLER, IIessed'ir in Mary. The holy sacrifice .
Proprietors and Publishers. :! Petersburg diauond. with the nine of I of the mass and the first holy com I Ijmunion iI
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!that city. The score was 3 to 2 in fa1Ivor 1 Ij I I of I. children will take place ;,
of Ocala. The battery for Ocala Office Over Munroe and Chambliss' .t 7 Alter
C. L. BITTINGER, j I a. m. mass there will be I II [
Editor and Business Manager. I was Clark and Titps, and for St. Petersburg Bank an instructive benediction of the bl's-I
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I :McKay and Williams. I OCALA FLORIDAJ. I ed sacrament, and a reading of the I II '.
Instead! of coming back home and acts after i
R. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. )I I holy communion. Sunday Ii
, -- -'- playing the :Manatee nine here todayas I J. CHACE, I service as usual, 10 a. m. and 5 p. m.1 i for Difants. end Chidr! E
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I was talked of, the boys remained ,, The father takes this opportunity l --- --- -
The West India cyclone hit Jamaica: j I' The Kind You Huve
ISought lots borne
I t Jin, St. Petersburg and played that team I DENTAL SURGEONOffice to tell to his people that for three' Always ; the signtore ; -
hard. It may hit our gulf coast harder of CJu! Fletcher, and has been made under his
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second! this afternoon. They Re\-.I
a game Commercial Bank months he will be absent and
tonight. Upstairs personal ioll for over 'JO Allow
t1pcrL no
The years. one
I will return home tomorrow. Building Father O'Brien of Palatka will answerto '
to deceive you ia this. Counterfeits Imitations and
Ocala people) are being nicely treated the sick call and will visit the mi.5.1
Tw<'nt>three of the Ki.srhim-ff riot- I the St. citizens. OCALA FLORIDA tTiista.srood arc but Experiments, and endanger tho
I by Petersburg sion of Ocala occasionally.
ers have been convicted} and sentencedto ,I health oi ChiMrou-Experience!<<[ against Experiment.
TERMS CASH
hard} labor. Forty-five are on trial.i:i GUN CLUB I llev. Henry \\". Little conducted and!I. The Kind You Have
Russia isn't M had after all. I l Always Bought
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pleached at the services on Sunday i
I 1 I Ii W. H. MAREAN M. D. I
I i The Ocala Gun Club met for practice at 11 a. m. in Ocala; Ocklawaha at Bears the Signature of
Messrs. Upchurch & (Dyall, membersof : t on the new grounds in the racetrack HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND I 3:3': p. m, and at the Baptist church I II ;
a business firm of Jacksonville enclosure yesterday afternoon. SURGEON I Orange Lake by special request of j
were at the Montezuma yesterday and 'The following scores were made: J. Special attention given to the treatment the members at 7:30: p. m. The rector I
today. Mr. Lipscombe} of the SingerCo. I I i Camp, 40; C. Camp 4o; ; L. Haley 42; of Chronic Diseases and Diseases preached on the doctrine of the holy I .
., took thorn out to the Springs this ,Icorge, MacKay, 42; H. A. Ford 42; of Women and Children. trinity, and handed the collection to)
moruinjj.Miss |W. H. Clark, 38; L. Lang 38; S. Ocala, Fla. the deacons as a contribution towards|
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In Use For Over 30 Years
jStandley. 37; J. F. Edwards, 36; Office ever Tydings' Drugstore. Office a fund for re-roofing the church. I
: : Edna l Larry of Tampa and} cons;' i! W. Crosby, :!7. Fifty shots were fired hours from 8 a. m., to 12 m.; II I ..... THE"l"t,CENTAUR COMPANY.lr.c TT MJRRAV-Mf STREET. NCW YORK CITV.;;IiOI.!!.:..:_. :." -, .'
in, Miss :Minnie: JVm-o.I of Crystal Kivfr. :''by each contestant. from 2 p. m. to 5 p. n.. We have the following new -____.__ __ ._ u _ __ __ ______.n_
I R,8Idenceo. 60 N. Main St. knownas U001.3\\
are visiting their aunt, Mrs. W. K., t the Nash cottage. fat i the Ocala News Co.: )
Zewadski.} I MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE '1 the Blessed Isle," Bachelder; "Carl} W.PUEDWARDSAt
i For I i Hose's Daughter," Warren; "The Fill-:
.; the Market
Cliff Landers} the expert young operator j One was pale and sallow and thee 1 :SireBall.." Green; "Under the Rose," City
WATCHES;
has taken a position: at tll i other fresh ml roy.1'hence the I sham; "The Gray Cloak," McGrath; i
( Fresh Meat Fish
Seaboard Air Line depot at 11 aldo.) Operator 'Terence? She who is blushing with And "The Main Chance," Michaelson) ; "At 1 I Poultry, and Vegetablesin
Hayes goes down the wall tr,' health uses: Dr. King's New Life Pillsto REPAIRSGO the Time Appointed" Barbour; "The '
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take charge of a station. maintain: it. Hy gently arousing the TO- Circle," Thurston; "The Lay of a CowBoy .
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hzv organs they compel good diges- ," and others as they are issuesl.
Jupiter Annmm. who visitHl in thi;>I lion and head} off constipation. Try F. C. B WEIHEThe I City and Country Trade SolicitedFree
city for a few days, has gone !back tt t > twin Only 23;; cents at the Anti-Mo- It I Is given up by all that Dame's
Ammonia. I lie doesn't like Ocala. u;;'oly) D&'u;:torc. Jeweler, cream Is the best in the city. tf
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MAIL ORDERS LOWEST PRICE STORE IN THE CITY FOR FINE GOODS.HSINH Store Will Close \\


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Receive immmzdiate atten-

tention. Paid or charge Samples will be sent

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i Women's Waists.few! days. Unprecedented price cutting is now the order of the day, affording mar:1',; .t



The most sensational clearing -,velous buying opportunities in all departments, beginning with sensational offers in
known i
of Waists ever I

White Lawn Shirt Waists, )'' This .is the way we

som fronts, with others embroidcried with lacej,; COLORED DRESS GOODS, FINE EMBROIDERY( AND 9lnrs :!reduce Silk Stock.

trimming, all this season's j I
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make. i i Taffeta Silk, the

Regular $2.50 and $3.50; I : ;: 85c and 75c kind, for this
at $S.9o. I Colored Dress Goods Embroideries. : Thousands of Yards sale 57c.

A lot of V/hite Lawn V/aists : i Colored Wash Silk, a gen-

trimmed-fcr- 8 and 12 in Swiss Handng-fbrma ;eral I clear out for this week,
embroidery Seasonable foods'' former Price 40, Of Swiss and Hamburg Embroidery, j 39c.
mgr price 90c and $t.25 at :
39' price $1.00 ;
h1 Class{ Silk all
High
now : new
50 and 75c---at 25c yard. regular J5c yard at JOc.
per per .
Coloreds modern and gingham 60c. designs, this week 98c;
waists reduced from j : worth $1.50.

65c to 39c. .

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SKIRTS.

Hints of the Decided 50 Do*. Negligee 1 Shifts, .. I I Closing Out


Oxford Rdo: *tCiEotl. :White, Pique and Linen. I All Straw Goods. This de
At 1-2 manufacturer's cost. A manufacturer's clean :
The $5.00 kind for $3.39 i apartment must be sold out.

150 pair Ladies' Oxfords up. : The $2.50 and $3,00 kind for $<.oa. $2 and 3.50 Hats, $I.00size
Madras Percale and Bedford Card $j andL50Hats 75c
breakers; will closeout I ,, : ,
at 75c. : The $1.50 kind for $1.00. 50c and 75c Hats, 39c

200 pair misses' and chil- 3 for $1.10, or each 38c : 20 inch. Silk Mitts, white and black, regular price $SAO, ::

dren's Oxfords and Sandals xo ;Ladies'' nice trimmed Straw

---worth $1 to $1.25, _now c. j! Hats, $2 and $3 former

to close out at 69c. A I i, price, to close out, 75c.

lot of omen's, shoes, .1ut-1 1 OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS TO CLOSE OUT. :
ton and lace. Snvll sIZes.. :

former cries $1.25 to $2 I !I 1ft

we will close: out at 69c,;; White Madras in Plain, Figured and Stripe, all new and seasonable goods; former I :

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Special offer in oc Men's Department. Broken lots, regular sixes, former price $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00, will close

out this week! at $2.75. 100 pair Boy's Wash Pants, white and colored, former price 50 and 75c, to close out, 35.



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We have a few cases of 4-4 fruit of the loom Bleaching, which we will sell, 20 yards to a customer, 7 1-2 per yard.

4-4 Sea Island 5c. Best Calicos in the market 5c per yard. Checked Homespuns, standard males:: 5c per yard. Ask for

prices on Lace Curtains and MattingSi


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Volume 9, Number 53 OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST J4, *903. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year



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New Arrivals. FIRST RACE IS NEXT THURSDAYI AMERICAN BOAT TOOK THE CUP -.- -.e..iii....-
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York, August 14.-The first of Toronto August 14.-The American
Underwood's I Deviled( I Ham.
j|I the international yacht races for the i I challenger Irondequoit, won the Can-

Brook Trout. j I I America cup is to he sailed next IN PRICES OF SHIRTS} i!ada cup yesterday by taking the third I

Little Neck Clams. Thursday, and as the date approaches race oi :the series from the Canadian TOO BUSY

Shrimp. !popular interest in the famous contest I II defender. Strathcona. The American

Lobsters. I appears to increase by geometrical boat won by one minute. This is the I .
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progression.A first time that an American boat has
Deviled} Crabs r,
canvass of the leading hotels of i taken the Canada cup.
Crab :Meat.
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tho city brings to light the fact that a I To write an ad.vertisemement-

Honed Chicken. crowd of enormous proportions will be II MEN'S LOW "l' DYSENTERY CURED WITHOUTTHE
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Honed Turkey. on hand to witness the third attempt I C b. :! -d"I i I AID OF A DOCTOR"I ,

Fresh herring of Sir Thomas Lipton to lift the historic I I

Kippered> I I erring. trophy.Applications. Will remain in force until the Lots Reduced arc i am just up from a hard spell of so we are

Findon I Haddocks. I ) for accommodations the flux" (dysentery) says Mr. T. A.
am being received! by the hundreds, all sold.DON'T. Pinner, a well known merchant of I
This
Pine Apple Cheese. not only from near-by points, but from I Drummond, Tenn. "I used one small Holding SpaceFOR

Sapsago Cheese. all over the West and South I I bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera

Parmesan Chee.se.TEAPOT The arrangement; committee is now and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured

engaged in making final preparationsfor lV1ISS; I without having a doctor. I consider

GROCERY. i accommodating the sightseers. 1 it the best cholera medicine in the
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II Kxeraordinary precautions will betaken 1I J ST/5RS/ STERHBERGER
---I ) I I world. There is no need<< of employing i ,
i to prevent accidents and also a doctor when this medicine i is

I to keep the Lace course clear of the ) used, for no doctor can prescribe a
YOUR SELECTION The Real Estate
9 + I multitude of sightseeing craft of all better! medicine for bowel l complaintin I (

i i i'e.iecriptions! : / that is sure to be on I any form either for children or man who .
i hand.! II I adults. It never fails and is pleasantto


T.V.. Troxlfr, Agent for Huyler's CREAMERY BUTTER- THE W. J. OI rf'B'f RS 8 n t GOal I I take. For gale by all druggists. "Does It Now. "

I SITUATION WANTED I
Candy. Fresh Shipments ReceivedWeekly. The Carmichael & Son Co. keep

constantly on hand, receiving a fresh
-- OCALA FLORIDA.SECOND Young lady wishes situation as companion -
supply every two days, delicious, pure
Watch our window and save $1 Georgia creamery butter 23 cents per ) to lady or growing children.
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every day. Ocala Music Co. I pound, kept on ice. :hone No. 37. DOOR FROM CORNER. OI'ep.I10PSE BLOCK. References.. "IJ," care Star. III w. ._!O-!-'_ _._'!-.o--o.-_ !_..!!_ o 0 ....!.....!!-..o.. 0. .0 0 0



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EDVV2PJS BRO1ERS& I i,CORBETT AND WILL JEFFRIES SCRAP TONIGHTSan HOCK ISLAND IS SPREADING NEW LISTOF I


Washington, August U.-The Rock
BARGAINS IN AND AROUND
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Francisco, August 14.-Jeffries Island System. now owning the Seaboard
AT THE CITY MARKET I I
and Corbett have finished training and Air Line, has obtained an optionon

.1'are resting, preparatory to this even the entice water-front of Portsmouth OCAL.A..

Leading Wholesale & Retail ButcheisJQTFBM ing's great battle."I Va. This will give the combined -' THE BARKER CITY, . By F. W. DITTO.No. .
will knock Corbett out in five systems the greatest deep) water

rounds," said Jeffries last night. terminus in America. The management 1-35 acres of (land and cotsome this
I good oranges season; on Lake
AND mmmE FlOHmR MEATS I of the! combined roads announced
"If I with Jeffries ten rounds I
.u I 8 stay tai, with barn, stable, chickenBluff, North Lake Weir. Can, with
i that th'' division headquarters, directing -
will knock him said
out Corbett.
house, fruit trees, peaches, plumr, attention. he made to pay for Itself
CELERY AND ALL. OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON: Bob Fitzsimmons said that, barring ; I the Seaboard division wouldbe
ptars. etc. All in good condition; I in one year. Fine view of the lake
established' in this city. A closeschpduJp.
FREE DELIVERY. TELEPHONE 109 I a knock out blow in the first five or three miVs: from town, on : and an ideal home. Owners out ot
six rounds, he would tip Corbett to of through trains will he operated ;- hard road. Price, $4uO. Allthtll..I the state and will sell for $500.
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I No. 2 10-acre two miles No. 6 Fine
house
vineyard and thirty acres of
St. Louis.It'm.hi:: Savannah. Jacksonville -
DAY PHONE 117 NIGHT PHONE 39 Jeffries still rules a 2 to 1 favorite, ,
from t', rn. south; all bearing; good I land one mile from city. Good
and Tampa) by the new sys-
but it is noticed that are takingthe
R a M"IJ many fences fine cistern; house:; rwentlyburned. home and! fine place! to raise chick. .
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Ch C 1tBY & 4j short end of this bet. tem.
J, t J. This will make *,i good Hy ens. Call and see this before buy.

ing for industrious party who wii! .1, ing.
1.\\ n6 ((2 | MPBa A PHYSICIAN HEALEDDr. HELP THE HOSPITAL take care of it. Trice very cheap. I I No.7-Nice in
& "Rt.IED g \ W ;* PN I cottage good repaii;
U 1 t V l J. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician -I We wish to call the attention of No. 3--30-acre farm, with good fruit I fine grapf arbors, fine cistern and atrees
? JES firrlt u J I housekeepers to Jur line of fine Flavoring .strn.; barn, stable, chicken good! garden. This place occupea a ,
I of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over
Extract.which are first class hou.-" and -ix room cottage in fair ; corner and is very desirable. Very
Fine and TrapsDrummers' :thirty years, writes his personal experience full
Buggies in and absolutely
Carriages, e\ry respect condition. Entire place fenced and :i cheap.No. .
with Foley's Kidney Cure: "For I
Carryalls, Saddle Hers: etc. I I years I had been greatly bothered with stren'We give;b. 10 per cent. of the purchase all in (cultivation except seven acres I 8-Large corner lot aiW small lot
t in woods, good pine, oak and hickwith i
cottage; renting for $52 a:
and bladder trouble and
kidney enlarged prifp to any charitable organization
fp attached ory wood. Two miles! from town, on I year; has good well, one block from
FINE VEHmt 1ST OR&ES prostrate gland. I used everything and you will find a coupon to
EJ LP, known to the profession without relief "ach luitt! '. Foil Kin; a\enue. To be sacrificed j Ofklawaha and near the square.at .

I until I commenced to use Foley's Kid- Our i u'a! in taking this method to $-101), cash. Price, $;.100. This is a desirable
Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses I i ney Cure. After taking three bottlesI introduce these goods is to help the No. 4-Good cottage and lot, with well )property and will be sold at once.

Marion COUPTY Hospital. IioweverIthese barn chicken Louse, and large No. S Just nice leftcorner
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. was entirely relieved and cured. I etc a one more cottage
: coupons are made payable to lot street with in second
prescribe it now daily in my pracTice or garden on paved large yard ward. A
charitable) and it
"any organization" in second ward. Can be bought oteay ; nice: home for an'onfin best location
& HallOcala. and heartily recommend its use to all rests entirely! ) with the purchaser as
Crosby t -rniPrice.. $1000.' i in iln- city. Must be sold atorue
physicians for such troubles. I have to where the coupon goes.
No. 5-Fine house and 12-acre grove, I I'l'il'p i $1 lcgq.\: .
in hundreds
prescribed it of cases with The pric of the extracts is 15

Florida i perfect success." Sold by PostoSlce cents per botti] of One FULL Ounce
Drugstore. and this qnnn'ty: will)) po as far as
IF YOU WISH TO BUY
some of the 2:;:; cent bottles of soj I j
T ;} ? a. called "full sjreagth": extracts.

C U 1". Y G. .4w''ta c1 4'Ak, C.\1Io a RESIDENCE FOR RENT Four flavors Lemon, Vanilla, I Can Suit You from a Long List of Property of Every

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Strawberry and Pineapple.THE Description.
I Located on Fort King avenue. W. POSTOFF1CE DRUGSTORE

Den let inRough )." I I\V. Condon. dtL F. W. DITTO
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring I INSURANCELife I -
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Ceiling and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick. i I and Fire
I The Xorma Martinez, the C. II. S., G. HUNTER

j\/nnufncturer of gg v I the El Solo, and the Fama National, Ye: are prepared to write insurance .
four of the best 5 cent cigars made in OE life or property in the best com- PRACTICAL an d MECHANICAL

Turned Ballusters Casings, Newels Columns, I Tampa and many others to be found I n'lltiI'5 (llr: tJ1lnr.: :::. .

Door and Window Frames, Mantles, Church Seats, Pul- in T. W. Troxler's cigar ca;:'e. I V.! n l & RiN! j, GUN AND LOCKSMITH.REPAIRING .
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pits, School Desks ank Seats Combined and Tables. I A SPECIALTY
lumber and fill orders for If you want good cr 'am, sro toDame's. i -. UMBRELLAS REPAIRED. SAWS FILED AND PUT IN GOOD pRDER ..
constantly ,
am receiving can any He can furm!'h It ''n am T T aIr' SIZP:: > At
', .. I South Street, Opposite CLty Hall
quantities sites IJ1 JMp4iiess a S JCC1Dltv quantity and on short uue; r cr : 1' 1



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been purchased in this section ----- A--U'\) .-.......-... ------. Rev. J. E. A. Keeler Editor /
I No disease causes so much bodily discomfort, or it-'hey, and burns like !,! l lat ', '"';'.t, -'"_- \l., _. ,. ( Remedy of Sweet Gum and
by some Georgia gentlemen who will "
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Eczema. Beginning often with a slight ; < j gradually I .. ; -
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followed from fluid grow sugar cane and oranges. :! e Mrs. Mary J. Gibbs. the wife of Rev.S. Coughs, Colds,
blisters
spreads, by pustules or \' : : gummy: } sticky I : : 'It'--.J' M-51.\ I II '
oozes which dries and scak-s off or forms bad luc/.i i.: ; sores: and scabs It ap- The orange groves are looking very ; I i '':' e i t r. .r,:rc.:.,;iti..J crowning J 0" of M. Gibbs departed this life yester- LaGripps. Nature's Great

,I l pearson different parts of th body but oftenest upon the back, arms, hands, promising now. Most everybody: will: J I ) I : ?'' womana J I i|I y morning at 2 o'clock. Her summons

., legs and face, and is a ship a few this season, and next s a-I j ;: hood is I'i was a quick one. but it found her Remedy for all Throat and
In 1830 I experienced: at times patches on the In.veritable h"f" a I
I torment son will almost return the oM t ; mother-; her Troubles!
She
aide of u y bands that; it.ci.ed and burned, cueing good : l s' jat post. was a consistent Lang Thorongnly
times especially at much i5<.Cim1Jrt. As time went by it t : i ; hood and !
, '- grew worse, and I was convinced that days of orange prosperity around her.lr. .!. '! ''II 1! : NW. the j| Ccrovnir.2 and died with the blessed as- tested for 30 25c.

night or when I was afflicted with Eczema. I con :\ and Mrs. McKann returned Friday i, i ..;//I--1: .. ,,, gl; [ surance of a blissful immortality. Her years. ,
heated. \ suited several physicians and a number Ii
overfI r-- I'I'1f. 50c '
of cf specialists, and used several ex* for a visit to Fort Myers.Mr. : 1 !11 }i'J1 joy 01 i remains were carried to Lake City today and $ J. For Sale bntiMonopoly }
The cause i '
rnal applications, receiving but 1\ tnother-
t-
ma is a too acid Eczc"l' slight temporary relief. In February C. E. Thomas of Ocala was vis-1 1 l I -yJ. 1 r r hood is: i I by a loving husband, mother and Aj ; Drugstore.

general unhealthy condition .. k month I decided I to experienced try fJ. S. S.,a and change in less for th the'n iting his parents hero Sunday. !j i --4.'J 3 7%>...Y% to have j brother. She leaves a husband three --

of the blood. r t \ rly.: bptter: and by May tall symptoms had Angus Manuel our popular turpcn '. healthy ,'jlittlo i children (the youngest just twenjtyfcur -
,.
.'t ...:K P disappeared, and I foundhave myself entire i children. Rut there can be no iii i
The terrifying itchingand tine operator, has two very fine coon | joy I hours old and
\r ly cured, and lad no return of motherhood without ) a host of reluItivfs -

duced burning l the overflow is pro- ?!fanaWPr the disease Stockman's; : since.Advertising V/ P. BRUSH Agency., doss which were recently shipped he!',' h health for the: ir.other health there and can v.ithout be uc ;! to mourn her delth.ccept our KIDNEY t( DISEASES

by Station A, Kansas City, llo. from Georgia and he makes a regular i health for the! chiU. I: .sympathies.
through 1 the I glands 1 and I It :is of vital' 1
j : importance for
practice of killing less than women to
pores of the skin of the fiery poisons with which the ]blood-current such is over- coons each week.not Last week eighteen fie- !! know that tlp: health! of mother and child I A party of young men of Ocala gave | arc the most fatal of all dig
external
.. loaded. While applications, as : is in .uer.i entirely within woman's !
washes, soaps, salves: and powders aresoot !ling and killed the largest one that has Leon j j control. The Lh usa::d:; of women who I I a special reception at the Odd Fellows eas:s.rn .

cooling they do not enter into the blood itself or seen here. He declares that the vai'I i have used Dr. I'jerce's Favorite Prescription I j hall last Wednesday night in behalfof

touch the real cause of the disease, but S. S. S. I mint's tusks were four inches long: !j} when expecting motherhood, 'I' :Misses Lena Sims and Ella Harperof i revs, KIDNEY CURE It I 8

does, and purifies, enriches: and strengthens the Capt. and Mrs. Chas. Thomas- !! and have happy testified in the that it made of them healthy Gainesulle. About twenty couples r U Guaranteed Remedy
days made
thin acid blood and cleanses and builds! up the general system, when the iced Hampton a few days since. IWo | the baby's advent practically waiting painless, j I I were present and a pleasant time was

skin clears off and Ko/ema. with all its terrifying symptoms disappears. and health enjoyed.
them
'
trust no one will laugh at our gave to give their chil- or money refunded. Contains
Send for our free book on the Skin and its diseases. No charge for | dren.

medical advice. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.Prescription ignorance, but would like to ask the J 1 Mrs W. J. Kl dt'!', of Hill Dale Farm (Knos-: The Sunday School Institute of the remedies recognized by eminent -

question why Pine is not supplied with j] burg Center). EI1J.,}mrg. t't., writes: "lJllrin the Ocala district A. M. E. church is now physicians as the best for
. j pat ytar I found mystlf expecting ,
maternity
school
a teacher. I am a new resident j ;Iud in rapidly failing health. I suifcred ilrcaJI in session at Mt. Tabor. Quite a lh'eIlr Kidney and Bladder troubles.
of this county, but have always heard I j fally trom bloating and. urinary difficulty. I meeting is
Our was growing wt.'akeit.ach expected, as the prospects -
; ) ptrceptiMy" day and PRICE 50c.( and $1.00.
old Marion county's reputation fur j; suffered much harp pain at tunes. I felt that I are very bright. Rev. S. A. Williams
schools i i} something must IK dune I sr.i ght your advice Postoffice Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.
good proclaimed from the
iI I and received a prompt reply Took twelve is presiding elder and Rev. S. S. ..
house tops, and I know there must t be 1 I J t txjttle! of Doctor Vierce'i Favorite I'rebcription, Bellamy is -- -
pastor
} and also followed vour inr-tructions. I
Y some mistake which will soon be ad-1 j to improve immediately, my health txcaneexcellent I poor; that they can hardly go. yet they
and { could do all my own worn! (ve I arc
urged the
on by lash.
justed about cutting out such a com live on a ;xood; sized farm). I w'.i'.ked and rode I 1 WE HAVE A BIG STOCK OF
munity as this from the public school all I (could and enjoyed it. I hed a short, easy
Drugs confinement and have a healthy baby boy." UNCALLED-FOR LAUNDRY The Magnolia restaurant corner of

calendar. The public school system I The People's Common Sense Medical Which for one month we will sell at :Magnolia and Market Sts., Is open at
may not be the best but the American I Adviser, a 1ook containing looS pages, all hours.1'als
unheard-of prices. and lunches at reasonable
and especially the Southerner is very is given away. Send 21 one-cent !stampsfor

Are fresh. We are filling prescriptions every day sensitive upon the subject. Why, Mr. expense of mailing only, for the book Collars and cuffs, :20 cents per dozen rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J.

in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the shirts underwear, handkerchiefs, Ruth, managers.Rev. .
and getting in new goods every week. Besides, Editor, cut the free school out of any volume bound in cloth. Address Dr. i skirts
pique shirt waists
etc., at
correspondingly
| R. V. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y. S. S.
community in this county or state and Bellamy is summoned tuainesevillo
we have' ]low prices.
nine out of every ten of the homes in to attend the funeral of
Now is the time to replenish yourwardrobe.
that section would be advertised for A SENSIBLE NEGRO his brother, Wm. Bellamy, who died

A SYSTEM OF EXCHANGE, sale the next week. I last night at 11 o'clock."re extend
I OCALA STEAM: LAUNDRY.Miss .
our sympathies.
Flemington August 11. /
vhichve return find unsalable NEARLY FORFEITS HIS LIFEA I
by can anything Editor Star-Please allow
me
spacein Rosa Ella Parker is improving. Andrew Hamilton, one of the yard

and exchange for goods we can sell or use. your columns to say a word in regard switchmen of the S. A. L., cut his arm
runway almost ending fatally, to the "negro preacher," referre1to Mrs. T. L. McCoy continues to im
very badly this morning while duty.
Try our business methods. \Ve are here to please the people. started: a horrible ulcer on the leg of in your issue of last week. As ao'''(prove. on

J. B. Orner Franklin Grove Ill. Forfoir name was mentioned I wish to reminJthe
Miss Bessie Snell left Monday for WATCH FOR A CHILL
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTOREJ. years it defied all doctors and all 1 editor that some one has well said Pablo Beach.

remedies. But Bucklen's Arnica Salve that there are four grades of preachers
ha/ trouble to him. However slight at this time of yedr
\V. CASTEL, Proprietor, no cure Equally among us. One God sent, one the Mrs. Leslie Johnson whb has been and in this

-..- good for Burns, Bruises Skin- Eruptions devil sent, one the people sent, and I quite indisposed Is better. climate it is the forerunner,

-- and Piles. 25 cents at*the AntiMonopoly I lone sent himself. I presume the man I of malaria. A disposition to yawn, and

/ II an all tired out feeling even comes before
0- 0 00 00 00 prugstore. \ I was one of the last three grades. 1 I
00- 00- 0- 00- 0- '" t "DO IT NOW" the chill. Herbine, by its prompt
O 0 11' am teaching my church members t GI I
CAV EXRL.V y II! $1.EO a week will buy one of thoso'new stimulative 1 action on the liver, drives
raise more corn, pindars, peas and cotton '
f Commercial Bank f r-ottages across from the nctr\rac e the malaria germs out of the system,
\ / V" \ 1 and loss hell, and to raise mor e .
j; track. J. Starr Stel tlbcrger. purifies the blood, tones up the systemand
; All tno(c wIsMng to havitheir photos cattle and hogs and less "chickens oil: i
II restores health. f Oe. at the AntiMonopoly -
9 BRANCH OF 9 maae a.t. cutpriceXmust be the roost." I teach this by example I ij .
Drugstore. ,
sure to tall oK."or befor S 'turday, August as well as b)' precept. The duty of ail I j Don't forget your subscription to thei "

0 COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE 0 If, as/thaDwill pasI'eel}\ ho our the preachers is to join in with tho'i I' Star. Always keep that before your .

I I II last day W' take picturey in Qcala.J county officials and help to suppress i I|;mind's eye. NOTICE OF APPLICATION

CAPITAL I S5O.OOO.OO f / \Tent PholoN o. crime, no matter who commits it. \Vej i Comfortable lodging and first class
I
I
For Tax Deed
Under
Section 8 of
should keep if possible, our women I! board at reasonable rates at the Mack

9I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 9I S/R.A./ off the trains who have their bottled'of : 'I on West Broad war, I Chapter 4S58, Laws of Florida

B (>, AliD\ whisky and are half drunk. There' Notice is hereby given that W. T.

O DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0 I AIR LINE RAILWAY are too many negroes leaving their II j firs Lucy Mack of Morriston made Henderson} purchaser of tax certificate

I RECEIVED.: LOANS MAD EXCHANGE BOUGHT I country homes and huddling up in t'ae'a I j flying trip to Ocala yesterday to visiit No. 1512, dated the 4th day of

O I AND SOLD 0 I SPECIAL RATES25.95WASHINGTON towns and cities. They should remainin her"-sister and niece April, A. D. 1898, has filed said certificate

in my office, and has made !
application
the country and build their
00- 00- 0- 00- 00- 00- 00- 00- 0- D. C., and re- up Mrs. Lizzie Smith has opened a fir-it:
homes, live honest and be industrious, for tax deed to Issue in accordance
-- ? { turn. Tickets on sale August 31, class restaurant on Broadway, next to
----- ---- -
!and when this is done school board I with law. Said certificate embraces
our
I September 1 and 2; limited return1ing the Powers' block. Meals and lunches

I to :September:; 10, 1903, can have a better opportunity of making | at reasonable rates. Call and bo con the folowing described proper
AN: MILO DEYO, good selections of teachers for our I vinced. ty: situated in :Marion county, Florida
John DozlerV.. W. Condon
colored schools, teachers of better i I to-wit: northeast quarter of northwest '
; Agent, City Ticket Agent
,,, 4 HIGHEST cn moral qualifications than some that we !I;I W* learn that Mrs. Donally is a. lit quarter or southwest quarter and ..
,
; CIGAR Ocaia. Fla. r
; > GRADE Dui I now have. We should teach our peo- |.I tie better today. We hope she will!I ,(,l th half of northwest quarter of

I pie to so conduct themselves as to '[continue to improve. I southwest quarter, section 31, township ;

o t} u, j 1 ON THE MARKET I A WORM KILLERJ. make: his next door neighbor his best ,' 15 range 24. The said land being
i *
A. J. Puxico Lost-A fine black jip, half hound,
/ Montgomery, Wayne j friend regardless of color and not L i assessed at the date of the issuance of

t ': Are now being made and I Co., Mo., writes: ''I have little twin [ look elsewhere for friends. It is the,' white breast and small white streak i in such certificate in the name of R. V.

girls who have been bothered with ; face, small tail with crook at end. The
Pendarvis. Unless said
certificate
3ru. will be for delivery
r' : ready I sins of a people that cause affliction j:
worms all their lives. I tried everything |' finder will be lewarded. Robert Par- shall be redeemed according to law,,
.Y ; about Sept. f st. and oppression. Our people are too ;
I to relieve them which failed until ish. tax df.ed will Issue thereon on the 19U
: ti. f wicked. I have l been in Marion county i iI

:1.,. ....,.. I used White's Cream Vermifuge; I! for thirty-one years and have never !! :Ministers meeting at Mt. Canaan day of September, A. D. 1903.
t. the first two doses brought four worms Witness official
signature an.tseal
better officials than the my
I seen county Baptist church, near Montague, is now
[EL l Tfm'H{ CIGAR f FACTORY A (rpm one of them, the next two doses ;; now has. The circuit judge is a grand '! in session. this the 14th day of August, A. D.

twelve, one of them measuring twelve j and good man. Respectfully ;ii!i 1003. S. T. Sistrunk.

y tf r. I inches; the other child was only relieved I \V. .\. Wilkorson. D. D. I ij j *Thompkins & Brooks, dealers i in Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.

:MAKERS, I of four worms. Jt is a most excellent I j I vegetables and fresh and salt water -- ----- --

F. ; .. medicine." White's Cream. Vermifuge QUICK RELIEF FOR j i jfish. City market restaurant and i iI kej \
Ocala Florida.Pi r ALEXANDERPractical
T is good for children. It not I j cream saloon. 49 S. Magnolia Sr. I. :
ASTHMA SUFFERERS I
'1. ices to the trade on application. only destroys worms, it helps the childto ] ;II' Phone 07., l

perfect growth, wards off sickness.25c. 1I I

at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I Foley's Honey and Tar affords immediate I Rov. J:. J. Kendiick will baptize sev- CARPENTER AND GUILDER

relief to asthma sufferers n.en candidates i at York next Sunday,

I the wor.st stages, and if taken in time I j making a total of thirty-nine added to f'm rul f-stimatf-s! mad on all rontrartvoik. 't
,"'t"-.t'.i"i': "'J ? .,' O\J. ',..3'fJ": ;"!';.aJ..J'Jao$. LOW RATES TO ,
will effect a cure. Sold by Po.stofliceDrujrstoie. !the church. \ f1\-\.H; more am! I UMtor work for

.., t1"; n..... )1)n WASHINGTON, D. C. the m'Jit r than any other man In sLnun.
5 tt.., J1 h\1 t I *Mrs. rC '
Account of Grand Fountain Unit.i I. J. Simmons, on South Main
neTenths=: : ;1 r i _
r P\ -- --'-- --- ---- -- _.
'j'f : = : : ::: =
( a_ u tu 1:; J. L. Order of True Reformers at Washington. II St., informs the public that she is

D. C., Atlantic Coast Line will sell NOTICE APPLICATION ready( to do all kinds of work in dress: J. A GflLYEB & BROTHER

r ;:, I making in the latest styles. Sati&fac- d
round trip tickets at rate of one fir.t I
::1 \ class fare plus Tickets For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of I lion guaranteed.< SUITS FROM EIGHT I DOLLASxjUP?
twenty-five cents.
O'c
| Pure Juices from Natural Roots i4'i.
.i: ( ; Chapter 4838 Laws of Florida .
on sale August 30. September 1 :and
i.
Mrs.
1 1 ------- j Snell's restaurant in the Mitch- Material!
for the PriceCLCAKIXfJ.
1. l':!. Final limit to reach Notice is hereby given that JuneCurry I Unequaled
starting
". ilK 1 J1e; point ell block is succe+ling well quite
; : ; a
I the liver Stomach: i
'i' gllGsiLSTES;: t and I Bowels I not later than September 10. purchaser: of tax certificate .,o. number
of hoarders
all
& I :42.: dated the 7th day of August A. D.1SW and seem 'WeBI I) 'Llv'U AND RKPAIRIXC1 -
p Sfe-issfes the Puriiies the Blood.Suifcr
r ope \ : System, THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE ( pleased. NEATLY DONE
I has filed said certificate in my I
Offers excellent service. Pullman -- '
'!'t, f..ESr\Laarili\ BH;fs r llSUESSiP on tipatDn! now Leing made. reservations office, and has made application fat *L. Green, the lightning shaver. Call Spring S.",pIe? in Great Variety v* "".foerrs
tax deed to issue in accordance wirhlaw. I land
t try his shave and hair cut and ylelwill I Inspection
L Hi"'" h ;1fll'l11a'r'd An excellent opportunity to visit the
| from! a ) \rt: Srtll11a1! u rtlgestlon East at an exceedingly low rate. Said certificate embraces t I. always come. Shave, 10c.; haircut

following described property situated :23c.?; ; honing razor, 2:;c.; concave EESSUITS; FOR THE MONEY IN

| DiseasedI Err Mb S ur.:..ted t ii t to Sine Satisfaction! Full, complete and reliable information | in Marion county, Florida, to-wit: razor. 73c.:; All work first class No TOWN

: ; =..AYl.G f' .r.Jo'r'rL1.. .. Sl\ALL DOSE.I upon application to ticket agents, I Commencing 15.2'J; chains south of I I long delays; two chairs. Next door toAlberstine
or S. P. Collier, Jr., division passenger : Our ?3 Suits Are a 7en-Strike
I f I Liver, j Pi iet, HO Coats.Prcpirod agent. northeast corner of northwest quarter, Smith, on West Droadway.Rev. .

: : ) --- section 20;, township 13, range :21, NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
i by JAMES: f. bALLARD. S:. louij. Mo. T. L. Phillips has built a new I
thenco west .1 i chains north 1.40 I .
Next: Doer to Geo. K. Robinson, the
:.. ....;.f;;1IIio i "'; ..oi.I Q ,.. ... )o. ,).,.\o-/0.. .. jo(..' NOT OVER-WISE chnrch at West's mil! and will worship j I Cotton
Buyer
I chains west 11 chains, south 3.70{
For sale by Anti-.MunoMy: Drugstore ami all other it-aumg drugstores. i therein on next Sunday. I
There is an old allegorical pictureof I chains, west 1.S3 chains, south r;.'I P. O. BOX 124

==_ ._ \_ i._ -___, '--. 'r a girl scared at a grass-hopper, butin I j chains, west 3.17 chains, south Gchains .' 4 It is really) a shame to see the con23'dition !I I
I :
the act of heedlessly treading on a east 7.3'J: chains, south 4. I of some of the horses tbat aie

.-, fr; \ !F. ?rtiJ''S .M/ wares r ChJferalnfaiiturnt I snake. This is paralleled by the man !' chains, east 12.61 chains north lO.S'J! i I driven:: through town. Someare 5-0 OLEYMIONEYANLcfAR
-t 1 { J.It.:.! D.arrhoeaDysentery; I Cures Colds; Prevents Pneumonia
r ;: e t)1 fJ; ,m': ; i 1 lf 1 Bowel Troubles ofALOS ancthe who spends a large sum of money chains to p. o. b. The said land beins I

/ building a cyclone cellar, but neglectsto :, assessed the of the issuance uf _____u. .L
;p'tn! u. ;i .dll: J:" M Chi! rl ofAny Age. at date
... l provide his family with bottle ofChamberlain's : such certificate in the of Jesse
f. ) y Digestion. Regulatesthe a i name
; $ Q .
'" :J/ 1';i t'i.; F,,", 'H{;wol.iii.:. IIJG tvI"" .[.I...v...,) Bowels: Strengthens Colic, Cholera and Diar ;I E. au. Unless said certificate shall be I rest! Meat and i1cT

'' the Child
r and Makes
:.A SIS Od", l0 C:"b 'It lruis, ts, TEETHING rhoea Remedy as a safeguard against i redeemed according to law, tax decu,
EASY
t 'M cz'A'f = :, c* iti to C. J. J.10FFCTT. M. D., ST. LOUIS. MO. (bowel complaints, whose victims outnumber j i will issue thereon on the lath day: of" \Ve keep on hand a lull: line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and

..ATLANTA.. (.).. Nov. 19. Iwo. I those of the cyclone a hundred | nSeptember.} A. D. 1S03. Sausage to be had. Gime: in season.! Fresh Vegetables, etc.
We hare liaa'l.'ci e""s .. I
Or M TKi.T'IINA!: : liu l'.w.or.1 vrr fin. i's r lutro.Urtioa to the public!
Iii trade x.a p!'qr| at, lu.tii ..,.t:. u'' i ..ir :r>''i i i i it .:x, ,',...:tor ia na1"fr ;u yea w year unU our or Jemtron'tvnloDCeuf I to one. This remedy is everywhere [ Wnnfs.my: oflu-ul signature and !I Careful attention to orders and quick: delivery made.
low" amouuttotxournrrrrnuc'v .J! jfr (1 'eraw'ncu: I>>.I v"n : i iirt.iraiiJUsaU6f.ictoa it t .
ill JlvlD,totte tt'lth'r.f tin evunti f. !qt.) ... ,a. u-. z:; -.,. ..ITu4.. 3 cuuuteriU'tA tie! tn"".u of tl.a; iunpler'. recognized as the most promptand [ MK! th- 'ht14 h day of Auzust: : A. D.
(Dot elin or fcrCul.ki W' 'u-ciciy! tUe uouLkainruic, It. -ri: II;. W. L. Jones Proprietor.
Tin J ,,V\K; .t UAXKIJf: pm;" CO. Wholesale Drag;icl, I reliable medicine In use for these 1 1903. S. T Sistrunk. I ,

for ;)::111 b) anti Monopoly Dru;; icr a..t u au uiLer leading drugstore dfse3ses, For sale by all druggists; Clerk Circuit Cour Marion Co., Fla *a.r w >i srI 'r rvll K..e'T.ZTS w



.

OCALA OCCURRENCES I I I WEATHER FORECAST BOUGHT A LOT I I

I -- L M IVER & MACKAY
Washington August 14.-Partly
$1 less tomorrow. Ocala Music Co. Dr. S. H. Blitch today bought from

cloudy tonight and Saturday; occasional : the Gary estate for $1000 the upper

.1. T. Lancaster returnHl home to- showers Saturday. and best of the residence lots on Fort

day. King avenue, known as the "Gary

$100 REWARD, $100 ... Ocala Florida
Park, on which. he will very soon ,

Watch our window. Ocala Musie -- built a handsome residence.Its .
The readers' of this paper will be
Co.;
pleased to learn that there is at l least hardly to call attention
necessary your Phosphate Mining and Washing Machinery
one dreaded disease that science has Rheinauer's advertisement. ,
John M. Martin of Jacksonville is in :. to
town. I }been able! to cure in all its stages, and If you happen to be looking in that direction

that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure will it. It's reading
i good
you see Phaetons
Wagons Buggies Surreys
Dame leads In Ice cream. Others I is the only positive cure now known I particularly for the ladies. Carriages

to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being ,
follow. tf
a constitutional disease requires I
BOY CURED OF COLIC

Dr. S. II. Blitch drove in today from constitutional treatment. Hall's ca-I HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

a, Blitchton. tarrh Cure is taken internally) I After Physician's Treatment Had

directly upon the blood) and mucous

"It." A new shipment just received 1 surfaces of the system, thereby destroying I' Failed
"My boy when four old taken Materials Kind and
years was Building Every
I Description
at Taylor's.Emmet : the foundation! of the disease, ,
with colic and cramps in the stom-
and giving the patient strength by
ach. I sent for the doctor and he in-
Robinson has returned from building up the constitution and as-

Savannah. sisting nature in doing its work. The jected morphine, but the child kept FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS

proprietors have HO much faith in its getting worse. I then gave him half a' c

curative teaspoonful of Chamberlain's Colic,
that offer One
they
powers
Music racks and fire screens at Me-
Cholera and Diarrhoea and
Iver & MacKay's. I Hundred Dollars for any case that it Remedy,
in half hour he and PHOSPHATE PLANTS
an was sleeping,
fails
to euro. Send for list of testimonials.

soon recovered. L. Wilkins, Shell
George Baker of Anthony went to Address,
Lake Wis." Mr. Wilkins is I
Jacksonville yesterday F. J. CHENEV: : & CO., Toledo, 0. bookkeeper INSTALLED COMPLETETUESDAYS
i for the Shell Lake Lumber Co. For
Sold by druggists .5(.
II sale all .
by druggists.Mrs.
Buffets, elegant finish, new and Hall's Family Pills are the best

pretty. See them. At :\lch'erIac- I I II -

Kay's.J. I Mr. and :Mrs. Nelson of Helleview J. M. Benton and son, Mclver. FOR LADIES FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE Fine TailoringBy

were in the city today. will leave Monday for Atlanta to spend I

I several months. Maurice Strauss has set aside Tues- Will cure Bright's Disease. -
L. Edwards went In Dunncllon to-
day afternoons for ladies at the bowl Will cure Diabetes.
day. on business. Many I persons in this communityare Skilled Workmen

suffering from kidney complaintwho Col.A'. P. Haisley will leave in aday ing alley. Will cure Stone in Bladder.

Good: meals and) comfortable lodging could avoid fatal results by usingFol.'y' or two for the North to spend two Will cure Kidney and Bladder Dis- -On-
Call around and get one of the heavy eases. Sold by Postoffice Drugstore.
at the Roush House, No. o3 Z N. Magnolia :; Kidney Cure.: Sold by Postof- or three months.
porch rockers at J. A, Pittman & Choicest
) street.Mrs. lice Drugstore.( MaterialI
Mrs. Rickards of South Lake Weir Son's. They are selling them at $4. BETTER THAN GOLD"I

I have a complete stock of Spring
---
Mr. and Mrs.Vm.. Bcnus are visiting went to Jacksonville yesterday, and I -
: Bar ainn of Dunnellon
t'r was Samples, also a big stock of Piece
relatives; at Bronson. after a few days' stay with her son, ATTENTION, YOUNG MENIf was troubled for several years
in town today.Mosquito Goods for Suits and Trousers. Call
Ernest, will proceed to Seabreeze for with chronic indigestion and nervous

.. A BRAND NEW WHEELAT several) weeks' visit with friends. I you are contemplating venturing debility," writes F. J. Green of Lan- and see my samples and have your
Nets, and the noted Perfection measure taken. Seventeen In
I into the matrimonial realm, don't fail caster, N. H. "No remedy helped me years
Canopy! and Frame. At Me- A SECOND HAND PRICE the business should learn needs
to J. A. Pittraan & Son's until I began Electric your
get prices on using Bitters; ,
In'lacKay's. FOR SALE CHEAPA
Pittman & Son have: a fine, new, la-
furniture. They can fit you up from which did me more good than all the Respectfully: ,
dy's win-el that they will sell cheap lady's bicycle, in first class order;
S. H. Brown of Leroy returned today cellar to attic.Cooling medicines I ever used. They have
(!alt and see it. also a Domestic sewing machine, in Jerry Burnett
from St. 1'ettrsburg. I also kept my wife in excellent health ,
.--(w(1 order. For sale cheap for cash.
-- I and refreshing at the Twen- for years. She says Electric Bittersare ; Merchant Tailor.One .
I"JI lo\'s I ;t'l\-;\" ( tire is a medicine! i Apply at this office."I .
.l.isi: I. ojM'iuMl, :i nice lino of lumps free: from PUiOfl:> and will cure any I tieth Century Soda Fountain of the I just splendid for female troubles; Door North of Masters'

xoiiH'thins; nitv. Come: and see them. I I Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, with automatic that they are a grand tonic and invig-
case of kidney dh-i-ase that i is -- -- -
not be- had diabetes in Its worst form, !
fans cool
OcalaVws Co. I motor to you while orator for weak and run down women. .
>oml tin1 roach of medicine. Sold by I writes Marion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. you wait. Soda and ice cream.
t No other medicine can take Its placein NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor
Poitottk-o Drugstore. I "I tried eight physicians without reIlief.
I i our family." Try them. Only !jOt:. Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
No business in the mayor's court for ':
Only three bottles of Foley's Kidney TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
I I8tH.iug 'I Satisfaction guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
t the I Hi
past roc days. Hcv. .1. F. IIIIJliIJ(sl1C'lII. formerly of Cure made me a well man." Sold
Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tab- Drugstore. Notice is hereby given that Milo
(Park, now residing i at Ormond by Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. I F

The only place in town where} you was in town "('stl'day.Thl'l' lets. This signature, JfflV (L Williams, purchaser of tax certificate

can get pure cieam is at ('. II. Dame's. on every'box. 25c. tD-H EPISCOPAL SOCIAL No. 670, dated the 1st day of July, A.
: and Mrs. R. R. Phillips of Red-}
Next to Mrs. Hick's. tfMrs. I)., 1901! I, has filed said certificate In
were twenty-eight arrivals at
dick, with their little son, came down ,, BEGINNING AT ONCE
There will be a social and musical my office, and has made applicationfor
the :Montezuma' yesterday.
yesterday: and the with
spent day
I.. ('. MnliK'y left last night to : Mr.1 evening at the armory on Thursday, tax deed to issue in accordancewith

join }her husband at Kingwood, (la.E. and Mrs. R. G. Blake. They The articles displayed In our window -
August 27, under the auspices of the law. Said certificate embraces
LOSTA home today. I will be marked one dollar less
Episcopal church, consisting of music the following described property situated
watch fob, with two flag pins. Reward sold. Don't miss this I
each until
;
*. day
( Smith, Funeral Director and.F.1II1allH'f'
I and other attractive features, including Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
Day |lioiu-, No. ]0. Night I for its return to this office. Frank Gates, Jesse Smoak, Peyton opportunity. Watch our window. Tho
a lecture by Rev. H. \V. Little on South half of northeast quarter of
md un.Ilr.0.. i II l. Ocala: Fla.Mr. Bailey and Sam Burnett are extra 1( Ocala Music Co.
i "The Flora and Fauna of the Mozam
I southwest quarter( sec. 8, tp. 14,
sleepy today, in consequence of going I "
: and :Mrs. E. M. Howard are in I II bique. A supper will be served, range 20. The said land being assessedat

New York for a few weeks. I 1)) 'possum hunting last night. I EASTLAKE commencing at 6 o'clock, after which; the date of the issuance of such certificate

I 1 xr I the musical part of the program, and in the name of Unknown. Unless
Born at Anthony, Sunday, to Mr. i I :Mr. Tom Kelsey of Stanton just
the other features of the evening, will
said certificate shall be redeemed
Pretty libraryand parlor tables, II
and :Mrs. C. E. Nix of Leesburg, a son.We I takes the cake on autos not only for
odd shapes 'antl finishes, jardiniere I I' be given. according to law tax need will Issue
II regret to learn that Mrs. Nix isI speed on rough or smooth roads, but
and lamp stands. At Mclvcr) & MacKay's. I thereon on the 15th day of August, A.
critically ill. I for general appearance and getup.It .
Ii i KALOLA D., 1903.
I is most beautifully painted, bright
I Witness my official signature and
Lee Miller, who has been ill for the Miss Stone, Miss Clara Moore, Miss scarlet being the predominant color.
CRYSTALLIZED MINERAL WATER seal this the 14th day of July, A. D.,
past: two weeks, is out again. tkrn-i71V/ (ll!, 1 1C Vivian Dame Albert Miller and Walter 'I i Had you seen it mount that steep hill !! NATURE'S NATURAL REMEDYA 1903. S. T. Sistrunk

n, l Tucker returned today from St. Pe- i tat Stanton it would) h. you real
I ?h 1 comb'nat'on: of crystals contain- Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla,
t When you want anything in our line 4 1 tersburg. pleasure. And Tom desires to be the
I ing the medicinal properties of four
call on "Tex" and "Bob" at the OcalaNews chaffeur and owner, for he is one of
noted mineral Cures Consti-
springs.
Co.o trouble to show goodsor I I / r I CAB r :. 0 ::n.A.: those young gentlemen District No. 13)
pation, Indigestion Stomach Kidney,
I ,
answer questions. '" I Bea.i the A The Kind You Have NAays\ dolligdsrror } is proud of, and! deservedly so. He Liver and Bladder troubles. CASTOR

All Flavors- I : r' /L1#.".....,p. has his coat of arms (heraldic) in "Take KALOLA six days and eat For Infants and Children.

U. W. Ervin left today for Fellowship that have earned: popularity, beautiful gold on both side-pawls and anything you want."

to open the school there Monday. and some novelties that will delight Abe Brown, who has been recuperating ''I back. Oh, it is a beauty. I tell you, A teaspoonful dissolved in a glass The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears

Mr. Star we have fine taste down here of water makes a delightful and inexpensive -
at French Lick Springs, Ind., for the
laxative.
Furnished rooms for rent. One block you.Ice on the lake. I morning f.dJSipature -#.
Cream in any quantity, the two months, returned home yesterday.Rev. Price 50c. and $1. ofNOTICE ,
from square. Apply to Chas. K. Sage, I We had the pleasure of meeting Mr.and .
t For sale at drugstores or sent by
smoothest and wholesome.
44 South Second street, east, or at the most Mrs. J. F. Sigmon at Stanton this
II N. B. Plummer of Anthony has mail, postage prepaid, upon receipt of I
Western Union Telegraph office. See me for entertainments I week. They are registered among the KALOLA COMPANY I OF APPLICATIONFor
to price.
gone Worthington Springs to recu-
C. H. Dame I perate. I king and queen watermillionaires, but 6 3 d3m Savannah, Ga. i

There were fourteen arrivals at the I --- --- --- they were driving in a plain $150!' buggy Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
-
Ocala House yesterday.We I and say it is just good enough for CUBA Florida
Chapter 4288 Laws of
Dr. Monses of Savannah is at the i
II I. :sigmonville.Mr. Seventy-five dollars for a 10-acre lot'
Ocala House. Notice is hereby given that S. M.

are making a reduction on all William Winner of Chicago wasa on easy payments. For terms and book- Davis & Company, purchasers of tax

our furniture until Sept.} 1st. to make rr' 4 ys visitor at Eastlake Monday. He let address, The Cuba Real Estate As-
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all diseases certificates numbers 1102, 1108, 1111
room for our fall stock. Call around leaves for home soon, to return againin sociation, 27 Obispo street, Havana,
I arising from disordered kidneys 1112, 1113, 1114, 1115! 1116, 1117,
and get a bargain. J. A. Pittman & the fall. Cuba. 6 23 dw 3m
I lor bladder. Sold! by Postoffico Drugstore ry 1118, 1571 dated the 1st day of July,
Son. Miss Genevieve Fosnot of Weir Park
I A. D., 1&01, has filed said certificatesin
i was numbered among the visitors to MUST BE EATEN-A gentlemanwho
my office and has made application
('apt. J. B. Martin of Electra was a Eastlake this week.If .
J. G. Spurlin has gone to Alabama l i G d FRt was visiting some friends In .,ew for tax deed to issue in accordancewith
guest of the Montezuma yesterday.New "Constant Reader" will give,
to spend! a few weeks with his family. York noticed that the little girl in the law. Said certificates embracethe
I I II I through your columns, one of his fine-
described property situated -
family was eating some new sort of following
mattings. Fine line of pretty "
samples of "wit" and "fun, the Eat-
Jake Brown: leaves tomorrow night t{ Special Sales I in Marion county, Fla., to-wit:
goods. Mcher & Mat-Kay. I i lake corresepondent will pledge himself I cereal preparation. According to the
;
for Jacksonville and sails Sunday I West half of southwest quarter, sec-
I '! not to try and imitate and avoid I New York Times, she seemed to eat,
Judge; P.'all of Tampa is a guestof !; morning for New York. I iI I tion 27, township 15, range 18; south
INMen's I the style but only on that condition. I as Americans are said to take their
the Ocala House. I I II east quarter of southeast quarter, sec-
I i I We will not ourselvtfc against
.\It. x. :M Ionrhf'all'l1t to Hock ; pledge pleasures, sadly."Don't tion 20, township 15, range 18; lots 23
and Ladies'Underwear. |humor for that is plain facts. 1 am
Chas. M. Brown. Jr. of the Hacket I Springs thi 'aftC>fIloon. you like that, my dear?" inquired and 24, block 41 ; lots 13 and 14, block
!sure the Star will give space to "Con-
51 lots :23: and 21, block 52 lot 20,
Co.. accompanied by his wife, leavesin :i j I the friend. ; ;
: stant Reader" for the benefit, not only
weeks I'orf'W fork J. Gustavo Robertson of the Southern | bkx-k! CS; lot 23, block CS; ; lot 16, block
two 10 11ltygoods. I i i of his financially but for t'n-j "Not pertic'ly) ," replied the little!
% Cotton Oil ('0., of Savannah, will j paper 71 ; lot 16, blok: SG; lots 18, 19, 20,
I
( benefit of its readers. Come
j I arrive in Ocala :Monday to visit Em along maid. block 80; all in Parkersburg, sections

C'. I''. Pons, Crosby & Hall's manager f met Robinson. now old boy and don't hide your light I "Why do you eat it, then?" persisted 32 and 33, township 15, range 18;

left yesterdayfor MacClnmy to :Men's French Halbrigan Shirts under a bushel. I the inquirer. west half of west half of northeast

'.Ili is- l.allu Johnson who has been The indications at present are that quarter, section C, township 16, range
that sold
visit his wift at soc, now 35C. I The little girl paused with her spoon

_. __ .._ u _._...1 visiting Mrs. C. 11 Taylor for several I quite an influx of residents and visitors 18. The said land being assessed at
--- the of the bowl.
i months returned yesterday to Fort :Men's French Balbrigan Drawers will be at Eastlake some to their on edge the date of the issuance of such cer-

THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO I i G,'orge. that: sold at soc, now 35c.Ien's winter homes some to pass the winterin I "It's got to be eaten," she answered, tificates in the names of parties un-

I I Ii i the mild climate and quite a few gravely. "The groceryman gives mamma known and Sarah A. Register, Est. of.
Have just receiveda :\ Balbri an Shirts that soldat prospecting.Mr. .
lr.I. F. Edwards is visiting her i a rag doll for every two packagesshe Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
of 250, now 2O... and Mrs. J. A. Harrell of Weir
car law deed will
tax
I daughter. Mrs. T. B. Stringfollow, of buys, and it's got to be eaten every according to ,
Gainesville. Men's Itolbrigan: Drawers that Park visited Eastlake! Tuesday. issue thereon on the 14th day of Au
A. B. C. St. Louis Beer morning."
s'I I sold at 250, now loc.t I gust, A. 1), 1!J03.
I' Mrs. Mollie Allen of South Fork,
The Best Beer Miss Beatrice Sinclair} has a position I Witness my. official signature and
on I I Ladies' Ribbed Vests that
sold CURED PARALYSISW.
Ky.. says she has prevented attacks
II I as stenographer and typewriter at the seal this the 10th day of July, A. D.,

the market. It is i foundry. j at 15 to 250, are now going at IOC.i :. I lot cholera raorbus by taking Chamber- 1!/03. S. T. Sistrunk.

on draught and in i I I Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets when S. Bally, P.O., True. Texas, Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.TYLER'S .

Bottles at the Mc- M. K. Robinson antI family are va- i: (she felt an attack coming on. Such i [ writes: "My wife had been suffering

BOSTON STORE. 'attacks are usually caused by indiges- I five years with paralysis in hr arm,
Grath Saloon. The i ('atingY.. O. Massey's residence and MILK
I' ; lion, and these Tablets are just what t when I was persuaded to use ballard's'Snow '
bottled Beer is trial: boaid' at Montezuma.: i, No dairy in the state has the per-
superior is needed to cleanse the stomach and[ Liniment, which cured her all fected arrangements and equipments
-----
to any bottled i MS CALL ward off the attack. At- right. I have also used it for old sores,
C.L-;. :_, :,' 0 1':1.:r. .A approaching I to give you clean, pure milk as has

beet on the market Bears j'T'r,? I K'P(1( Y'J:! HT.8 AlflOTS BCII M.T 1 .tacks of bilious colic may be prevent- frost bites, and skin eruptions. It doesI Tyler. When you drink it you know

4jJt. t.f. aj if ,>.. n:,.. PATTERNS' I led in the same wayFor sale by all I i the work." 25c., 50cn and $1 bottle at I you are imbibing the cleanest and

.\CCptill % iVOXE ...: ; ..... ... I f...i..,-,JzJ .%c.;,;-.X |druggists. 'the Anti-Moftopoly Drugstore. best to be had.



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