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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

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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 WEATHER FORECAST A DOG FALL i.I I 0
NEW SYRUP FOR SALEI

Washington Sept. 26.-Fair tonight; Between the Lynchers and the Law :[ FALL STOCK ARRIVING.
falTTINGER' and COMPANY Sunday, partly cloudy, probably showers am making a superior article of
Lynchburg Tenn., Sept. 2G.-A desperate !I inc-w
Proprietors and Publishers.C. In astern portion.HOW'S sorghum syrup. To the trade In
battle was fought at the jail I j pew barrels, for 40 cents a gallon, at

L. BITTINGER, THIS? door between the sheriff and several ,i II I( Oxford. Address, John S. Perry, Ox-

assistants: and a mob of 25 white men :i I ford Fla. dlw-w3t.
Editor and Business Manager.ft. !
We offer One Hundred Dollars re- here yesterday afternoon, the mob} be-1 Our handsome Fall and Winter stock ofMILLJNERV

Ing Intent upon taking from the jail a j NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor
R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
ont be cured by H 'll'5 Catarrh Cure negro charged with attacking a white II

P. J CHENEY & CO.. Toleda, 0. woman. Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
Yellow fever is raging in Laredo, One of the rioters was fatally shot in i Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
We, the undersigned, have known P.
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Texas
the affray and others were more or !
Notice is hereby given that W II.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, andLeIieva :
I him perfectly honorable In all less seriously wounded. 'I is arriving daily. Newest shapes and colors ofr Webb, purchaser of tax certificate No.

Mrs. Jefferson Davis Is not exp<(to-J business transactions and financially The mob finally overpowered the j I I 722, dated the 3rd day of April, A. D.

to live through the night. able to sheriff and entered the jail. > 1S93 I has filed said certificate in my of.tice
carry out any obllgatons made
READY-TO-WEAR
i hy his firm. The negro was taken from his cell !j I HATS and has made application for tax

fourteen thousand troops are assembled West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, and borne to the public square of the deed to issue !in accordance with law.

I at West Point for the autumn roa town, where he was shot to death. Said certificate embraces the
Toledo, 0.1Valding. I FINE OSTRICH following
neuvers. KInnan & Marvin Wholeale The sheriff had not been idle, ar. PLUMES, described property situated in Marion

t while the mob was bearing the negro countFlorida, to-wit 15 chs and
Druggists, Toledo, 0.Ball's II : e why
Good meals and comfortable of the jail, he and his
lodging. out assistantsfell t31- chs n and s in nw cor of ne',4
Catarrh Cure Is taken inter- NOVELTIES
I at the Roush House, No. 53, N. Magnolia upon three of the rioters, who in RIBBONS.Long of swl see 10, tp H, r 22. The said
nally, acting directly upon the blood
i street. I and mucous surfaces of the system were In the rear of the crowd, and held I land being assessed at the date of the

t them in the jail, locking them up. I issuance of such
certificate in
the
Testimonials veils for Hats will
sent free. Price, 75 cts. draping arrive Monday.
Highwaymen are operating in Rho1Island. a per bottle. Sold by all druggists.Hall's One of the men thus detained be i name of Emery H. Miller. Unless said

It's so easy for them tJ ge t came frightened and confessed, giving I certificate shall be redeemed accordingto
Family Pills are the best.
across the state line. the) names of thirteen members of the ;, FRENCH PATTERN HATS law, tax deed will issue thereon on

mob, all he could remember. The sherIff I: the 17th day of October, A. D. 1903.

Great embroidery sale now going oat n. The Florida Seminary at Sutherlandopened declares that he will have each of : Witness my official signature and

the New Idea, next to Mclver & Thursday with 127 students. these arrested and prosecuted. Handsomest ever shown here seal this the 11th day of September, A.
This is the Florida conference school ,
MacKay.President I). 1903. S. T. Sistrunk.
I for young ladies, held in the big Sutherland to arrive in a few days.
[[ CROUPe I Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
Roosevelt weighs: 2- O hotel building. Rev. J. P. Hil-]

pounds and carries a 28-caliber Colt's burn of this city is president of th Usually begins with the symptoms of !l NOTICE OF .

eis-shceter in his nip pocket. board of trustees. a common cold; there is chilliness, CAll ON US FOR YOUR MILLINERY APPLICATION

i sneezing sore throat, hot skin, quick
FCr Tax Deed Under Section Sof
Mrs. Pejer Ingram has opened an establishment I r.>e syndicate controlling the Seaboard pulse, hoarseness and impeded respir MRS. LUCIE F. B. EATON.
Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
at her home on Northlagnolla Air Line has decided not to ation. Give frequent small doses of

street for the making of 1 la llerge !it with the Rock Island, but Ballard's Horehound Syrup, (the child Mrs. Hick's Old Stand. Notice is hereby given that Mrs. M..

dies' tallormade skirts. maintain it a* an independent system, will cry for it) and at the first sign of J. Carmicbael, purchaser of city tax
----- -- --- ----- certificates No. 59 and 88, dated the
,1\11' John Skelton; Wiliams will contia a croupy cough, apply frequently Ballard's
I ."th day of August, A. D. 1901, has filed
The sultan of Turkey is annoyed by ue to be )president.Sir ; Snow Liniment externally to the
I I throat. 50 cents at the Anti GET MONEY said certificates in my office and has
the American warships at Beyrout. II -Jionopol y _
I i made application for tax deed to issu -
They are commanded by Admiral Cotton Alfred Milner, who was governorCape ) |Drugstore. i I e

and the sultan naturally fears t ojof!! Colony during the Boer war, -buy these and- in i accordance with law. Said certificates

have so much gun cotton close to his j I has been asked to take Mr. Chamber MISS BRYAN'S MARRIAGE embrace the following described;

coast. II i lain's place in the British cabinet, but property situated in Marion county,.
MAKE Florida, to-wit: W of lot 2, blk ..<.s$,_
I declined.< 'X ; Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 26.-The marriage ... MONEY.
) old survey, Ocala; that part s and e of'i.
Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly ri of Miss! Ruth Bryan and W. H.
i 1JP/DA \ P. C. & P. R. R., blk 9, D. N. W., Ocala..
adapted for chronic throat troubles and II Leavitt, o* Newport, will take place
The said land being assessed at the-
will positively cure bronchitis, hoarseness \ Saturday evening, October 3, at 7:30: NO. 1.-THREE LARGE LOTS AND GOOD 6-ROOM COTTAGE, OCCUPYing -
I date of the issuance
of said certificates
and all bronchial diseases. Refuse I Our trlmm/r wit arr re Monday o'clock, at Fairview, the home of the I corner in second ward. Must go at once. Make offer.
in the name of G. A. Carmichael & Sony
substitutes. Sold by the Post >f-ifrom\Balturiore: withXajTtthe latest Bryaus. Rev. Dr. Swearingen, pastor I NO. 2.-NICE HOME, LARGE LOT, GOOD CISTERN, CORNER LOT ONof

flee Drugstore. j ideas n I /styles in l and winter I,lot the First Presbyterian church, ) Pond St., in third ward. Price, $800. Easy terms. and John F. Dunn, est. o[. Unless said;
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hats / Mrs. l" stoup which Mr. Bryan is a member, probably :: NO. 3.-FINE CORNER LOT ON SOUTH THIRD STREET. BEST LOCAtion certificates shall he redeemed according
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Ex-Vice President Adlai Stevenson. I I 9td.// \" Lucy/ \1 Illliner.j. will perform the ceremony. in town; very high elevation; good shade, etc Make offer I to latax deed will issue thereon

Chief Justice Lore of Delaware and a I ?. I NO. 4.-A GOOD INVESTMENT OR HOME. PAYS NOW 12"/2" PER CENT. on tho 29th day of September, A. D..
1!J03.
number of other prominent northern j. / SEEDS\ in rents. First ward. Buy now on easy terms.
GARDEN I DOCTORS COULD NOT HELP HER I Witness
men, in their denunciations of the ] / NO. 5.-FINE HOME, EIGHT ROOMS, BATH, ETC., WITH 12 ACRES OF my official! signature and

lynching, declare that the lyncher is !h, Our fall and winter garden and fieldndjseeds I "I had kidney trouble for ,', I good land, at North Lake Weir. Price, if sold at once, $:H years for home. I D. 1i03.! ) S. T. Sistrunk,
nothing but a common murderer a have arrived. complete line summer .
[ writes Mrs. Raymond Connor of Shelton 1- Clerk Circuit
Court Marion
Co. '
should be treated such. Of !' NO._ 40-ACRE FARM, SOUTH OF TOWN THREE GOOD FIJI.
as ,
MliES.
: course j,of fresh, pure reliable seeds Tydlngs'Co. Wash., "and the doctors could not
of course! And should any of their4'! I I I I house:; barn, f'tcfint..' pond; fine placo for stock. Price, $100.
;, help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure,
NO. 7.-FIVE ACRES, THREE IN BEARING GRAPES NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor
female relatives ]be victims of the ; and the very first dose gave me relief' I THE BALANCE IN
I
crime that fruit trees' ; two small houses; ; two miles on hard
usually causes lynrhl: rag. Anthony : road Price,
I FINE CIGARS and I am now cured. I cannot say too .
those distinguished gentlemen would. I $1 'v.I Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
much for
Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold l i
I NO. 8.-BUY THIS AND DOUBLE YOUR MONEY. Chapter 4838, Laws of Florida
be among the first to pull on the lope.Rheinauer I TWO COTTAGES,
The Norma Martinez, the C. H. S., by the Postoffice Drugstore.
r I I now paying $120 I yearly in rents..Price, $f>.r>u(>. Notice i is hereby given that W. S.
the El Solo, and the Fama Nacional,
has received 'a line of i I four of the best 5 cent cigars made In I HOW TO SAVE GAS BILLS rimes] purchaser! of tax certificate

"Duttenhofer" shot for I IF YOU No. 2..31.: dated the .
ladies. 'fhli I Tampa, and many others to be foundI' : WISH TO BUY 2nd day of Novem-

..is one of the finest ladies': shoes nia *. i j In 1'V.. cigar case I A k'C'Ltleman answered an adveitis.. i I Ij or-r, A. I Il. 1 ISOfi: has filed said certifi- '

We will carry them in all styles. i 2'.roller'S : ment in one of th? New York 1131'*: j talc in my office, and has: made appli-

Mr. \\'. W. Condon leaves on October I stating that for fl I a method for it: t.' I Can Suit You from a Long List of Property of Every c anon for tax deed to issue: in accordance

The general executive board of the 3 for New York to buy our big hat ol- i Ira: gas :Jlshtirt;!] be sent. Description.i : with law. Said certificate embraces

Knights of Labor, now in session j j iday line. Any special orders In our I I In two days lie! received a }I"ilifPI 1 i t the following described property

Washington City has passed: a resojjlutlon i line left with us before that time will slip! by mail! whicii; read!: Pate thl'lll W. DITTO Real Estate situated in Marion county, Fla., to-
and Fire InsuranceOut
declaring Pn.Idcut Roosevelt l!!I i IfCelvt'his personal attention. Ocalaj'as i in a scrapbook." t tI I : wit,1'4: of nt-14. sec 3;;, tp 17. r 22.

to be a friend of labor. Cert. He ti ;Music I Co. i --- -- -. The said laud being assessed at the i
j
chopping wood when H friend. called -- CURED HEMORRHAGES date of the issuance of such certificatein

on him the other dav. We are making a reduction on all I the name of Huffuni L. & T. Co.

-- our furniture until_ Oct. 1st, to make I OF THE LUNGS ; Unless/ said certificate shall be redeemed (

Avoid serious lesuits of kidney or room for our tall stock. Call around "Several years since my lungs: wen1 i 1 according to law, tax deed) will I issue

bladder disorder by Taking Foley's; 'i I and get a bargain. J, A. Pittman & so badly affected that I had many 111- Prescription >-- thereon on the 31st day of October} \

Kidney Cure.Drugstore. Sold by the Posto Ice Son 1 i orrhages," writes A. M. Ake of Wood j i;I A. I). 19IK5.Witness! ::.

( [nd. "I took treatment with several ;,
,
my official I signature and
(physicians without benefit. I then DrugsAre
EXCURSION TO TAMPA any j. M'al this the 2-nl: day of September,

The fishing steamer Heat C't> of Bal The Atlantic Coast Line will run an started to take Foley's Honey and Tar i A. n. l1ht! : S. T. Sistrunk.!

throe, went down off the coast of Virginia I i and o my_ lungs are now, as sound as abullet. : fresh. We Cleik Circuit Court Marion t
Co. Fla.
,
filling
i excursion to Tampa on September 30, are prescriptions every day
I recommend It in advanced I
duilng the night of the it-cent !jgr '
>at storm. She had thirty men onDOlld. I!; with limit to, return October 3_, in:_ ?''u".; I I stages of lung. trouble" Sold I by the i Ii i:iPpsfoffice and getting in new goods every week. Besides NOTICE OF APPLICATION.For .
sIte for $2 for the round\ tiip. I
Drugstore.ver I
: we have
I ; : Final
A beautiful line of sterling sit I Discharge of Adminittra*
India seats, lawn settees, I lawn j 'I' A young man of Cairo Ga., is under A SYSTEM OF EXCHANGE trix
goods just received. Ocala Music Co.
swings' hammocks, piazza chairs, etc. -- for trying to elope with a t ten +j I! To Whom It May Concern: i

at 11 Mclv.' r &'- Mat-Kay's year old girl.RAISED. 'I by which we can return anything we find unsala- Notice is hereby given that on

I Professional Cards ble and exchange for goods we can sell or use. December 23rd, A. D. 1903 r rI

Another attack on the Jews is reported 'I __ ___ ___ __ FROM THE DEAD i will, as administratrix. of the estate {
nom Russia. In a town called 1 1i|i Try our business methods. We are here to please the people.) of James H. Hill, deceased, late of <
R. D. FULLER
omel.1. 20.000 of its 40,000 people be- : i I Marion county, Florida, make my final
C. W. Landis, porter for the Oriental -
lug Jews, a number of the Israeliteswere t ii ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTOREJ. ] returns and settlemen' -uu! cpply! to .
killed and the I + DENTIST I iI Hotel, Chanute, Kan., says: "I j i I the county judge of said county for \

their property either destroyed greater part or apjproprlated of : Office Over Munroo and Chambtist'low I know what It was to suffer with lieu-1 I I W. CASTEL Proprietor. I I a discharge June 22nd, 1903.Josephine .
ralgla, deed I did, and I got a bottle of C. nltl.I .
by their Christian fel .1 i! Bank I
Ballar 's Snow
citizens. At '| OCALA FLORIDA I Liniment and 'I wasi I ___ __ ___
the ----------
present entire Christian -- -- ---- --
'I j raised from the dead. I tried to g.tI I I -
world is buzzing like a nest of hornets I
some more, but before I had
'deposed' -i
about the outrages on the Christians .::1 J. E. CHACE,
i I of my bottle I was cured entirely. '

matter: of of Macedonia time when, and some it Is only nation a'I DENTAL SURGEON| :!t am tellin de truth, too." 2-:;c., ;..Or. i i WER & MACKA ,

and
11 $1 at the Anti-Monopoly Drl1 I II
drives the terrible Turk out of Europe, i Office Upstairs Commercial Bank' i store. .I

and maybe off the earth. But nobodyis i Building I .

talking about making Russia treatthe : I OCALA FLORIDAthe The Oddfellows of the United States j Ocala Florida
t Jews decently though from all : I ,
will
erect a million dollar temple in i j
evidence to be had they seem to, ,be.1! TERMS CASH Baltimore.
I i
much better pople than the Macedonian -I! :
Christians. I j I Phosphate Mining and Washing
E. T. ALLENA. 21 YEARS A DYSPEPTIC ;I Machinery

M., M. D., Ph. D. I
ARE YOU GOING NORTH OR WEST R. H. Foster, 318 S. 2nd St.. Salt

The Louisville & Nashville R. R. offers 'i 1 OCULIST And AURISTOf Lake City, writes: I have been bothered Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons Surreys Carriages
,
unexcelled passenger service.. ,l I Deland- with dyspepsia or indigestion for ;; ,

Modern trains carrying Pullman sleepers ; 21 years; tried many doctors without

up-to-date coaches, free reclining: Will be in Ocala Thursday, October 8; relief; recently I got a bottle of Her-

chair cars and dining cars, between j| ?Montezuma Hotel. bine. One bottle cured me. I am now HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

Southern and Northern cities. The 1-- tapping off on the second. I have

finest dining car service in the South I W. H. MAREAN M. D. recommended it to my friends, and it

All agents sell through tickets via I I ris curing them, too." 50 cents at AntiMonopoly Building Materials Kind .
Every and
L.&N. I HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND I ] Drugstore. Description.

For SURGEON
rates, schedules and -
sleeping::;: !I
car reservations Social attention given to the treat G. P. Murphy of
apply to J. M. Fleming 'I Early Bird, a colored "

Florida passenger agent, 206 1V.I" ewes ment of of Women Chronic and Diseases Children.and DIs- farmer, was in the city today FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS -

Hay St., Jacksonville, or C. L. Stone: I proving up his homestead. !! ,

0. P. A., Louisville, Ky. Ii I, Ocala, Fla.

o Office ever Tydings' Drugstore. Office TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY PHOSPHATE PLANTS

Couches, in willow, rockers and parlor hours from 8 a. m., to 12 m.; Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
from :2! to 5 ..
m.
chairs In p. p n lets. All
oak, willow and druggists refund the
gilt I:, at money
Mclver & MacKay'a. Rfofdf-n-.N'o. 60 N. Main St, known if It falls to Clue E. W. Grove's signature INSTALLED
the Nash COMPLETE
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[l TROrlt W1R FACTOR RY) AN AFFAIR. OF HONOR I I
j iI HANDICAPPED.The Colored Folks' Column !

I i iI BEST FOR THEBOWELS
who started ,I
man to run a race in ,
Makers of the "You say that French editor \\asf chains and fetters I I
Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor
would be ,
I visibly
wounded in a duel I i
fjH.1 handicapped. No iI I
Milo "Yes just as he was turning to one would expect J
Deyo ,.. I i I ,
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If you hat en t a regular healthy iiit t'DIf'Dt of the
} his foot slipped, and he sprained his : h i in to succeed. i SUNDAY SERVICESMt. I bowel: -v,'ry day. jou'ie I'l! of. \\ill U. Keep yourLuweleop"n.andbV
The who! ucil Kor" ia fin bhajcof rttrIeut
y : man ; I pliVMc-T liIIl' n-.ou,f- dan>rtrou>. 1 till sn.oott
r ank Washington Star. runs the race of. est, u-t. ni...t j.-rfcvt way of k :'l-ln" 11.11 Lv""rlf
HIGHEST Moriah Baptist ChurchDr. clear and (\UUl Uto ul '
life when his I

GRADE. 5G. CIGAn r A REMARKABLE RECORDChamberlaln's digestive organs and nutritive are- i J ( D. H. Brown Pastor.) I I CATHARTIC CANDY

diseased is 9:20: a. m.-B. Y. P. U.
equally : I
-AXD- Cough Remedy has a handicapped. In 11 a. m.-Preaching. I

the one case his I 3 I p. m.-Sunday school. I
remarkable record. It has been in use I
The Celebrated strength is over- .:3U Y 1
m.-Preaching.
p.
f ; w4 r. for over thirty years, during which weighted, in the I !
r.
"EL TROPICO"Havana time: many million bottles: have been I other it is under- i!
r' sz Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church t
Cigars 4 sold and used. It has long been the mined. Success I

K h demands} above (Rev. R. Quarterman Pastor) 'j
standard and main reliance in the t
all else a sound i1 EAT JEM LIKE CANDY
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:! .. treatment of in thousands of 1 9:30 a. m.-Sunday school. .
I,' .. croup I stomach Pleasant! 1.Jl1t\IiI.! 1'utriit. Taste Load, oooo..t,
Doctor Pierce's 11 a. m.-Preaching. Never bukrn, MV.iLen "r iripe M, ::">. and W cent!
homes, yet during all this time no I "T Los \Vriu' fur tr,-e uiuplf. and booklet, onhealth.
CHAS. PEYSER, Prop. case has ever been reported to the I Golden Medical I 2CO J p. m.-Special review service Addle a 43STLUL1XU :
t I
.1 IUSIDY:: : IOSP M, t'lIIUWII' MVf TORI.

Ocala, Florida.5W manufacturers in which it failed to effect -.I diseases Discovery cures of the 7:30 p. m.-Preaching. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

r.- ---- a cure. When given as soon as ''I stomach and other organs of digestionand

the child becomes hoarse or even as nutrition. Covenant Baptist Church -- ---
$3,000 FORFERIT will be paid byWORLD'S
Than
More a soon as the croupy cough appears it DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 9 a. m.-D. Y. P. U.
been made to make this one of the
will prevent the attack. It is pleasantto Proprietors, Buffalo N. Y., if :11 a. m.-Preaching.

take, many children like it. It they canuot show the original signatureof I 3:30 p. m.-Sunday school. most profitable gatherings of the sea
Million Dollars I
$ $ contains no opium or other harmful. the individual volunteering the 7:30 p. m.-Preaching. son. The program is a fine one and

monial below, and also of the testl'I'I nearly every Sunday school In the city
substance and may be given as confi testimonial the
every among
of Florida Capital guar- dently to a baby as to an adult. For which they are constantly publishing St. James P. E. Church will be represented.


antees this pure vege- sale by all druggists. thus The proving praise 1 would their like genuineness.to give your 'Golden (Wm. Giles, lay reader.) I I *Does your horse interfere or

Medical Discovery' I cannot utter in word or 11 a. m.-Services. strike? If so, call)) and give me a trial.
table remedy to cure > describe with pen writes James B. Ambrose,
THE REAL THING WANTED E q., of 1205% Mimin Street, Huntingdon Pa. 3 p. m.-Sunday school. Carriages, buggies and wagons repair-

or back "I was taken with h ictanl here 7:30 ro.-Services.
money : p. td
said was indigestion. I doctored with the best at reasonable rates. H. Harvey

around here and found no relief. I wrote to -
doors
two south
-- of Powers'
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Christian Science Mama: "He must you and you sent me a question blank to fill out, Zion M. E. Church I grocery.Special
and I did so, and you then advised me to use
imagine he has the colic." Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical I took .
Discovery. services at Zion M. E.
(ReW.. 0. Pastor.) .
Cures Bartley,
: three bottles and I felt so good that I stopped -
Christian Science Papa: "I wish being cured. I have no symptoms of gastric 9:30: a. m.-Sunday school. church tomorrow night. You are In.
trouble or indigestion now."
he'd imagine I'm walking the floor Dr. Pierce' Common Sense Medical I 11 a. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. S. vited.
Catarrhal affection of the nasal
'11-4
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: with Adviser, sent free on receipt of Bartley.
him.-Puck. stamps
i *There will )be
entertainment
an at.Mitchell's
141 passages, bronchial tubes, lungs, to cover expense of mailing only. 7 p. m.-Preaching by Rev. W. 0.
i
Twenty-one one-cent stamp for the Hall on the 28th and 29th
kidneys bladder and stomach I
,
Bartley.
rt, ,y. .1 't MORE RIOTS book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for' inst., given by the Young Men's Social
AlsoNervous the cloth-bound volume. Address Dr. I
t i R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. New Zion Baptist Church
Disturbances of strikers are not I the Crescent and Montezuma
lw! (Rev. J. R. Blackwell Pastor.)
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Indigestion nearly as grave as an individual disor- Quartets. Admission, 13 cents.
9 B. Y. P. U.
a. m.-
p, l r der of the system. Overwork, loss o. SEA BOARDAIR
l i I 11 a. m.-Preaching. The editor returns many thanks to
sleep, nervous tension will be followedby
LINE RAILWAY
Consumption, or any disease 3 m.-Preaching.. Elder S. A. Williams for the excellentgift
i
utter collapse unless a reliable rem-
j of the mucous membranes. 7:30 p. .-Services. of some veryfine pineapples of
edy is immediately employee1. TherQ'snothing
SPECIAL RATES$19.75GREENSBORO I' his own raising. WP are not avara-
rspM? <% so efficient to cure disordersof '
:i .. t ) o N. C., and re Second Baptist Church cious hut Elder, when will you do so
the Liver Electric Bitters
Kidneys
or as
?n $Wfi As a Tonic turn. Tickets on sale October 9 and I (Rev. E. Johnson, Pastor.) again
It s a wonderful tonic and effective
/ a TSft*? fAK' 10; good returning fifteen days from i
\ i nervine and the greatest all round 9 a. m.-Sunday School. *The Magnolia restaurant corner ut

ui' it gives appetite, builds up the date of sale. Extension to October I 11 a. m.-Preaching.
medicine for run down systems. It Magnolia and Market Sts., is open at
t /i't \ r1J r r C. 31 obtainable upon payment of fee of i 7 p. m.-Preaching.i .
t system, banishes that tired dispels Nervousness, Rheumatism and( all hours. Meals and lunches at rea
feHB'VASSvS ,',0 cents. I II --
and Malaria I i sonable rates.Ir.. and M1's.r.. J.
5 1* *' i i'uCfcai'ii feeling, makes the weak strong Neuralgia expels germs. I
1>- (S'jSjftn. Only 50c. and satisfaction guaranteedby $3.30-JACKSONVILLE, FLA., and re-I|I: WANTED-Thick mason Apply to'I Ruth, managers. .

KAfiUrACTURED CMYr EYhI 'lil: J and happy.Sold the linn. Tickets on sale November 2 Starr Steinherger. I '
Anti-Monopoly Drugstoe. IJ.I
OPlCfiLt! UrACTUPJMOCoJACKSONVILLE. //? to (>, inclusive; limited returning to I II I Ii *Thoinpkius & Brooks, dealers In
.I In Ocala *
byTYDINGS November 8. |i Comfortable lodging and first class vegetables and fresh and salt water

TLA., U. s a ij & COt LACKED EXPERIENCE .55-HOT ![I board at reasonable rates at the Mack fish. City market: restaurant and f Ica
{2 SPRINGS, ARK., and retuin. -
I i i House on West Broadway. cream saloon. .II 1!) S. Magnolia St.
Tickets sale
__ ___ __ ____ ____ Mamma: "Don't you let me catch on Wednesdays I Pholrj..
and Saturdays, limited to return Chesley Williams has arrived at
in lie again naughty boy.
you a you
.. ... . .:.:.:,.:......';..v.':.. within (!0 days from date of sale. Nashville: and i is at Maharry! Business\ --. --- -- -- -- -- ----, -
.. .'. ....'...'. ...........,..,...... .':,:_.r.t.-.. :::..";:.:.._... ..:..... Johnny: "I won't it I can help it; -

.. .' ...........,..Ji.tl.: ..:; .-." ?:;q....;... .:-_._. ,' :....,.:.....to.. .. but I haven't had the experience pa John DozlerV.. W. Condon, College.
"-- ''f'-" -- ; ". '.'' J. A COYER BROTHER
'. ;. ... ... Ticket
= 4( \.j. Agent, City Agent ,
.". ;> .. .. has yet. -Boston Transciipt.
.'.. .,,7r.o:. :. _...r c ;. / 't.i" .; Mrs. Lizzie Smith has; opened a fir,' .
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.' .:.: ; { ,," ..\ r. 7"Jo.,...,:'.#"t.J'I", .j"'l'Yo, 'i'r; '.;..:..: Oraia. Fla. jclass restaurant on Bioadway next to

: ....;;;2Ei1t; :-'':-.,.'t .\\\.. m.tJf'EJ:I-v.f.r:: "' : -, '_. "". ."- J":t..:....... KALOLAICRYSTALLIZED II the Powers' block. Meals and( lunclus I SUITS FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UPI

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: ".'.::;:i.:. ''A'1ft.r. \' .
..... ... > '<'1 ::.. i NOTICE OF APPLICATION rat reasonable rates Call and( bo conivinced.
: : ,-.7 j I
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.'"r '... .,. I'. ;;n -=-- -. ..: -- I I i Material Unequaled for the Price

..... .('W'.:";::. ..: ,.. '. ....l ,. ""_"_.- ......._._.... ._ ,J.I1........ MINERAL WATER I FOr Tax Deed Under Section 8 of I I I
.
.tf.p':.( ,.. .. ._ .....--f--, "" "!""' -"'-" : =: "". NATURE'S NATURAL REMEDYA
'.. ;-: l" ::f ;.r ,--- I ) I'L.HNIN'n. DYLINf AND RCPAIRIN -
c. .' .j-I'; .. ; -, ... -.-_.,-. ... ,"'j."t.=.... I ".. Chapter-1838, Laws of Florida j how-aril I
? ;.v 1.: (
( p.o', 10
.'--:4. ;- "r. : NIUTLY 1iciN1:
I' ; 1' ; tomb'ual'on of containIng
., crystals
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.c '. .' : ,'..,. : 1'i' :- ; "' :) I
I ; 0
I" ...., -;,1t'f;; Notice i is that Nathan
.1To heieby given
r.E .
01.. c'.1. .'..._ .f.':!::' .1. ;' ,1. ''''':.:.....I'1, ".": "'., ...;. 'I":-'" the medicinal jiroperties of fo'ir 2Sth inst.
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v.'',.'.l ,,.-r.or -'':...'1'/..k i: "Ar, :"/,.""}.b I.. ':':..'_,,..:.....=....)..:.......:i,:-.. ?.' ;-...:$.Z .._ .... 'j.. ...{...t. noted mineral springs. Cures Const!. \1:l n. purchaser of I tax certificate I No. I Spring Srrnplef in Great Variety for

".t' .( .. ..:.;f--' '.'../.... r.h.:. ,4t.t, .,., :, IiS i V.\ patlon. Indigestion Stomach, :\III! nl'\.'. Ui lll1.> dated the Cth day: of August, A I *1 L. Green, the lightning shaver.: Cill I Inspection
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f.., \f. .,. ;.",,"; ;/.t.'f.. ,..., V.1...!jP'. )! "J1 < :"' .. .. :: "
.
.. "" --;. -4i.:1 (, 'o'i Liver l H. 1 has filed said certificate in hi.s I
.. and Bladder troubles. iilil. try shave anti hair cut and
( you -
land
: ,f..i.f#;.: it?: :;;-=- ).; ::: ; 1:'.:.:. I I
': f.. 'I.f-'t. c--Fft.,., -r:..... :; !.;;-.Jt p ,; :,A. ; ::: "Take KALOLA six days and eat lilY oilico. and has made! application for |;! will\] always come. Shave 10e. hair \
.. ...!t. :....( ?.".J.. '..-.."f.. .._....-" -'"'- ....."!"'' .'"' .";.;-,.. / ; : I BEST ;fUIT::' rOR THE MONEY IN
'.' il--L..d't _,.. .,::!or.1': .. r..x''!;}...,''' 'i. "Vj'.. : J. ;.: anything you want." tax deed to issue in accordance with ||cut. 2."('.; honing razor 23c.: ; concave't : I I
'... I ,<.. I.';";l>,';.:'';'' 'i''!.',," ",- ..... .:;/.k.1 I ,',,, '' '.... A teaspoonful dissolved in a glassof TOWN
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=:;...;.: '"',.(:..1J ;,JI. : ..-I...\ .-'{ I.SSc ..'\ !. Said certificate embraces the following |''t razor, 73c.:; All work first class. No I
..' (\ "' -:: \: ,'-;$};<.[i ,",''" ;YO."" ,. }'\.\." water makes a delightful and} inexpensive -- i
,. !:.w ;' : It'. : .t ) t 'f't'f; ; .(: m. i dcsciibed property situated in :long delays; two chairs. Next door to Our $3 Suits Are TenStrikeNORTH i
a
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: iJ.'i .. .... .. : morning! laxative.
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.II.friJl /.,,'' 'f.' i ,l\.r.'!' -;; r.M/ \\.t f1" Price foe and $1. Marion I county, Florida; to-wit: Com atj'j i iAlberstine Smith on West Broadway.

.._'";''f''V. .. .. .,, .... >C';<;:p..r-- a lIt :2.!: ids w of se cor. sec 20, tp 17, i !
-\o.- 4,:,'::!- (: "iT....:- For sale at drugstores or pent by I 1! All Sunday schools are invited to MAGNOLIA STREET
t. .-.- }3. thence 10-1 ids. wiG rds 50
:," .. -- _:: mall postage prepaid upon receipt of r ; u n
.t I the joint Sunday school exercises at Next Door to Gco. K. Robinson the
I ,
price KALOLA COMPANY, I ids, w f.4: ids s !tIC l nK w 2G rds s
Mt. Zion A. M. H. church tomorrow afternoon ,1 Cotton BuyerI
8 3 d3m Savannah ia. I 12.I 12 ids. w 40 rds, s 21.38: ids, e 20 'I
Ocala Ftfi'aittfre Co. at 2:3i: >. (Pieparaticms have I
P. O. fOX
ids. s 4l ids. e 113 rds to p o b. The 134For
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...-- ..........- -.. _..._- MORE COMINGIt Said land being assessed at the date I I

l.f the issuance of such certificate in the 1 __
and Time. Frames -- -
Mosquito Fly Try our 1I 1- i

is reported: that a young married name of party unknown. Unless said 1I .,_, -
and Canopies. Plain and LaceTrimmedNets. "''' 'i; '' -- -
man of Golconda wrapped in the 'title-ate shall he redeemed according I "

: Plain and Lace-Trimmed Bobinet Nets. greatest excitement, flew to a tele-j 1 to law. tax deed will issue thereon i :.i i ? OETRCl1 HfWYOHf(

graph office of his own town and wiled Ion the :31&t day of October A. D. 1903. I -: \j. -=
,.: \:
At E. C. Smith's.One ''lr.. ._>. ;
;
his wife's relatives: a happening as Witness my official signature and ':m7- =- TCI... LiVFLWDt
-- / s. .-- ... .w..,
-flalthis the lath: 4. "" '-
of
I follows: j : day September A. "-iJ j3 ) v.r-- &
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D. 1M! ",3. S. T. Sistrunk. I ",, ".'jl-re.o :
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"Twins today; more tomorrow.- /j: '.\ \ ,
+ 1I
i .r ; :
-, -- Lyre. i it Clfik Circuit Cout. Mai'ion Co., Fla. i i"I /1'

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'. !.-; ,',:-. OWES HIS LIFE I It NOTICE OF APPLICATION I I llVC'/l.h OI>.1A.. .. ,..." ,, iiGTOX
ii se t v fLt.'J[.."
p.t ?
1 \ -t..,;t TO A NEIGHBOR'S KINDNESSMr. I I .5T lOUIS j( : (r xora

." .'" ':" ; I For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of I !1 :,'t W
t' :< I! 4888 u \. ,.;..I-...y. AoLK v
Chapter Laws of Florida I (..
,. '. D. P. Daugherty, well known j ,.1# (Y (i..
i ia 1', throughout Mercer and Sumner counties -iI I Notice is herebygiven that Home, I lOII.J J" t F: I t Ic

r aif.r W. Va., most likely owes his life Norman & Co.. purchaser of tax certificates II 1r.Aftl(Ill'Aj ,, rJ oJ IN.jr.if 1 d rj f" ,,.f ,I....

+ to the kindness of a neighbor. He No. lI(;%l' 1699, 2270, 2282 ,v t iI
; I n.1RRf.J W 4'r ;
.. was almost hopelessly afflicted with !JJ2M>. dated the 1st day of July A. I). i ;;,, 'v rte
I ;
1r r. ()
diauhoea; was attended by two physicians -;; 19ul. has filed said certificates in my i! k1 c 'i'(6'.dal,, !}o .l .
I. -f
who him little if ;j office and has made application for a. r rI a i
gave any, re- i :: .. C } J t

: w 3'. .n 1 ? lief, when a neighbor learning of his [ tax deed to issue in accordance with :C/.f .'J.... \
I 'J'r' #4'("
laSaul certificates embrace the following ,
serious '
condition, brought him a bottle .
.
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: \ 51'.l'hllu,. .
described) situated in
\ of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ( property I .l.1-1ru '

; .. 11ti t f yft and Diarrhoea Remedy which cured Marion I county Florida to-wit: E1nei % of .c.r"," (i.s a'a.,.fP.1', ;A

him in less than twenty-four ]HHII s. | and nw'i of'ne1,;, less 1 acre sec MR

y r i'Kt For sr.le by all druggists. :30. swi, of sw%. less 1 acre sec 24, in C/J'fff; W ,.,."\-Z t./t

tp 1C, r 20. ei of ne'4, sec 10. s'/2 of "! DlJ.C.l-]

seU. less 1 acre sec 21, nw/4 of net, I joU A-rf A"" rift ,,
f HAD HE TRIED IT
.... ;
j sec 26. in tp 17, r 20. The said land be- I An."II 1' Ilt:,".,"'I
I I SAV"'J.JI
U A jing assessed at the date of the issuance SMOOTH RUN
young woman of Buffalo writingin I
ir I of such certificates in the name
behalf of a debating club, asked] her N eiur
; jof parties unknown. Unless said certificates rt
pastor recentlyfor his opinion of Pla- SOUTHERNRAILWAY
q! g L4 rg :4 9I tonic love. The clergyman's answer. shall: be redeemed accordingto i t.f ICJI

: k : I. law tax deed will issue thereon on i !!
$ t 9 F was: I
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ttt I the 21nh! day of September A. D. 1903. / : J 0j -
"Platonic love is, like all other tonics ''''''J..., Ci':h--
i' Witness my official signature and j To t,4I ..
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very exciting.
i
s r r 'l e o II
rt I I seal this the 2fth; day of August A. D. I WASHINGTON, NEW YORK !, ASHVILLE and

10'j.i.; S. T. Sistrunk. '
IT SAVED HIS LEGP. I I and the EAST. ; HOT SFRiN'GS!
I !i I Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. c M. C

--- -- --- --- --- CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, "THE LAXD: OP THE SUV! "
A. Uanrortn of LaGrange. Ga.. suffeied 'j

.... .. '" for six months with a frightful i iL. ALEX AND F.R The NORTH and WEST... J *** "i t.e Seppi.ifcCouT.iry.Dining ."

running sore on his leg; but write.> I I N. '..! Design C irJervico (i

that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly Practical Pullman Cars

of W F. Hamilton's deep well drilling outfits. Deep wells for cured it in five day For Ulcers On All Trains. 11licst.. tf r

drainage or water sunk in of the state. If CARPENTER AND BUILDER
any part you contemplate putting Wounds Piles, it's SOUTHERN
the best salve in RAILWAY H F. GARY DUt.-ict! Pasar.e, ASfra.

down a well write me for estimate, giving size and probable depth. I the world. Cure guaranteed Only 2.; Capful Estimates made on all contra iCe VSay tTl". JAC c:.ou/)? .g. FLA

ajn prepared to carry out all contracts up to 3000 feet deep. cents. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly work. ('!lv"s more and better work foi W.A..Tv", P.T. M., Wuhlrpon.! D. C. S. H HA.D"I,.t G. P A. V'ilhl.tt..n Ir I;
I the money than any other man IB Ww. H. Tmo A. G. P,A.. AiUr.jt: C*



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Volume 9, Number 90 OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1903. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yeaf


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PURINA MILLS GOODS 1iVOLUS' IA'STHIRD ;SUNKEN TREASURE I a
-'- -- -- It's For
CANDIDATE LUXURY IN WALKING You! .
I FOUND AT MIAMI ;
Where purity is Paramount :
:I FOR CONGRESS J Never mind what old-fashioned people II I

II II i 1I j I ) tell 'oll-Style: and comfort can II I Vessel Went Ashore in 1835 Loaded

1I I live together in a pair of shoes! The
jAs I Described by the Facile Pen of Editor '! ; With Silver
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Uilston Hrealcfast: Food i "Dorothy Dodd" proves it. ,.
S. Weller JohnsonA I
I I Jacksonville Sept.! 24.-Rumors of
Kalslon ] They are the Utmost Height of Style. r' I "
: Hailoy Food ? !
; few days ago Ir. II. I), McDonald the finding of a treasure ship off Miami -
They are Shoes of Genuine Distinction !
Purina Pwkalw Flour of Ik-Land, who may, be known to >sxl ; were confirmed today. when (,apt.

some Marion county people by reason I The highest praise you can give a I Jennings and three of the crew of the

of his shoe is to say: wrecking schooner Osceo filed libel
helping to uii-tiibute: ) the savory 1 a

These goods are I Stetson scandal booklet, announced "It has the Style of 'Dorothy Dodd' j against the cargo of a sunken ship in

I himself for Congress. The followinglittle i I j the United States court here today.
Yet the "Dorothy Dodd' is the most
biography of him appears in this ; With the assistance of a chart in

Fresh From the Mill week's DeLaml suplement. It was long comfortable to walk shoe for the ever pleasure made. of Do walk you i I his possession Capt. Jennings has The Great Health Drink !

)probably penned by S. Weller John. t I been searching for this vessel from
ing. It holds the foot firmly around
editor of the whose time to time for many It is
-- ---- :'on Supplement, years.
the instep} and supports the unsupported r Dipensed at all Soh Fountains.!
pen i b a:.; 1 keen; a'; a razor, and who, t f i supposed to have gone ashore in 1835, 50 ,
arch. You escape the "slouchy"r
Seeded Raisins, when he takes time to do! it, can writeas loaded with ore from the Mexican
gait which comes with some shoes. It
readable an article) as anybody in 8 / I mines. It was found in five feet of METTO Syrup is put up for
gives a new poise to your body in r
Cleaned Currants- the state.1 'water near Miami. Its cargo, which mixing with ice water 1n the
walking. Your carriage is more light ?'
"DeLand people are, in a measure, has only been partly examined, has Summer time and with hot
and graceful. Just try one pair. vi
Neufchtel under obligations to Mr. R. D. McDonald been found to consist of silver ore. water in the Winter time.

for relieving) the dull summer monotony -
Specially adapted to family ruse
one day last week, and giving ,
A NEW
JERSEY EDITOR'STESTIMONIAL
Cream and-Brie them something; to think about and I THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO. either as a beverage or

: talk about. Mr. McDonald, in a well table drink, taking the'place

Cheese. I I written letter to the Metropolis, in M. T. Lynch, editor of the Phillips- of tea, coffee, etc. ,

whch he stated hs position on the leading OCALA FLORIDA. burg, N J., Daily Post, writes: "I have
-- at the-
public questions )before':' the people SECOND DOOR I used many kinds of medicines for
FROM
CORNER. OPERA HOUSE
BLOCK. Prices for
Syrup 1-2 (
: Pint
TEAPOT GROCERY. anounced himself as a candidate I cough and colds in my family but never
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for Congress from this district, subject I anything so good as Foley's Honey and 25c.; 1 Quart, 75c.; }-2
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h "I Tar. I cannot say too much in praise Gallon, $1.35 1 Gallon
of course, to the democratic nominating SEA ISLAND GROWERSWILL DOWN TOWN OFFICE OF ; 250.
cSEYMOUR'S it." Sold by the Postoffice
Drug-
McDonald's Directions
primary. announcement HOLD COTTON : Two tablespoonfuls -
LUMBER MILL I store.
P was accompanied by an ) used to a*glass of water.

excellent half-tone portrait of the newcandidate .
Jacksonville
26--J
September E.
Telephone or bring your orders for Costs less than 2c. a glass.
: for Con;l'R ional honors. Haynesworth of Alachua county, in GOLD LOCKET LOST--Mrs. Wm.
;all kinds of lumber in any length to :
M r. :McDonald, has been in the hardware speaking of the Sea Island cotton situation I(I.T, Starr Sternberger, Phone 11 C. I Anderson lost a valuable gold locket Tropical i Manufacturing Co.

and plumbins business for several I said that the growers in his I Thursday evening on Fort King avenue. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

T. W. Troxler, Agent for Iluyler's l years. He is a machinist h)' trade, !section of the state would hold their On it is stamped the figure of a
Candy I Flesh Shipments Received FAST AND HIGH I Sold in Ocala by the Postoffica
Weekly. and is a man of more than ordinary cotton another year, as they did last bird. The locket had a safety pin.

intelligence and enterprise. He appears year, to secure a better price The + i One Record Equaled, Another Broken I Finder will be liberally rewarded. Return Drugstore: Anti-Monopoly) Drugstore,

HELP THE HOSPITAL to have the faculty of making Florida Long Staple Cotton Grower: ) New York, Sept. 2C.-Major Delmar to Dr. William Anderson, Drug- T. W. Troxler, C. K. Taylor and S. R.

--- friends-strong ones! :\-and enemies Association has a large warehouse at trotted a mile against time yesterday I: gist, Ocala, I. la. 9-25U\v.;; } IVhalp)',

Wo wish to call the attention of bitter ones.! Filends die and pass Alachua, in the same county, where afternoon in two minutes flat, equalingthe I .

/lousckeepcrs; to our line of tine Flavoring i away-enemies live always and multi-( cotton was stored last year and where world's record established: : recentlyby -- --. ----

( )Extracts whit h are lust class I nly. This is perhaps why .I k :McDonald ] there will be several thousand bales Lou Dillon.Philadelphia.

has: : n'oie enemies than friends ineLa1lt1. kept this fall and winter. A
in every expect, and) absolutely full I meetingof I Sept. 26.-Heather- j EDWARDS BROTHERSAT
\) Mr. :McDonald[ \) l has been more the Florida Staple Growers Asso'ia.1 i'
strength. i bloom broke the world's record yesterday -
01 less active in local politics. lie is. tion will he held) Oct. :31 at Alachua.
We hive ]10(I per cent of the purchase I afternoon at IJryn Mawr horse
\\e believe( nail\'(' of Ohio, and ho THE CITY MARKET
price to any charitable I organization: ( show. Ills actual jump was 7 feet, !:
was a .It'I,';ah' to t the l Kansas City TRAGEDY AVERTED I
and l you will Hud a coupon attached locadi Convention.I This short biography is! S'/4 inches. This is J % inches over I II!I 1
11111 Itle. 'I -- the prf''iOlIS01 Ill's record, held by Leading J Jhimself. Wholesale & Retail Butchets
;;i\eii for I the enlightenment! of Mr.l "Just in the nick of time our little I 'I

Our idea In taking I his method to I l IltII! lierty. who. it is repented( on boy was sa'E'd'rite Mrs. W. Watkins -I -

Intioduce thl'. e K o'lli i is to help tlll'l leading :Mr. McDonald's! ( announcement { of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneumo I i USED FOR PNEUMONIA' WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY

Marlon (County Hospital. However. paid: ":\Il'onLlcIlcJonalll\ nia had played sad havoc with him i '
!I Dr. C. J. Bishop of Agnew Mich.,
t these coupons are made! payable to( I ,Id'onalll--'allll who in the h- is and a terrible cough set in besides ;,
says: "I have used Foley's Honey and j AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
I
"any charitable orgaiuzat IOU" and! it j McDonald! ? Voltisia! : : county has threeoMgression.il Doctors treated him, but he grew I
Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia j FREE DELIVERY.
rests < <' : candidates in the ar- worse every day. At length we tried TELEPHONE 1011
entiiely with the purchaser as "
with .
i good results In
Alexander I and Me- every j ..
enaDouj'heity.: Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption .JJ
to where the .
coupon :o(:; case. Refuse substitutes Sold by' .J
II|j.>n.ild.! The, d.iy following :Mr. McDonald's ( and our darling was saved
The prier of the extracts is 1: the Postofflce Drugstore
() : \ announcement it was rumored ]He's now sound and well. Everybody W. P. EDWARDS
cents per bottle of One I FULL Ounce .
and this( quantity will RO as far as l that a fourth candidate, John Al- ought to know, it's the only sure DIRECTION OF HER FEAR

some of the 2:1: cent bottles of ill bright. W.IN on the err of announcing cure for Coughs, Colds and all Lung At the City Market

( called "(till .strength" extracts himself, bin this report lacks confirmation. diseases. Guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly Maud: "What makes you so awfully

Four flavors Lemon, Vanilla, and the! announcement has not Drugstore. Price( 50<\ and $1. nervous, dean" Fresh] Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetablesin

Slrawbeiiy and Pineapple.PO.STOFFK'i I yet appeared. John/ is a genius, and Trial bottles .I Clara: "Why, Fred is to have an in-1 i'I ,

,.1_ 1'1I; : : 1WUGSTOHHCOST quite a literary <'haracter. and is no frE'I tervie.w with papa) this afternoon." I Season

doubt 'se(' 1Ill lm,' (himself for a short KINDERGARTEN OPENING ,I "Oh, and you are afraid your papa

time while he prepares his platform." : will not give* his consent?"

t PRICES I I Miss Sharpe's u-hool will reopen I "No, I'm afraid Fred won't show City and Country Trade Solicited

-.-- Monday October) 5, in the (house formerly 'up."-Tit-Hits. I :
STOMACH TROUBLE
(
occupied by Mr. Dukes, on S-I Free Delivery .Phone S"2tINSURANCE
Wt have: moved! Um romnimlrrof --
and stre<>t. The house has been thoroughly DEVOURED BY WORMS .
+ thn Allm.tv. Store .Stock of f "I have been troubled with my and in Children often not from pain,
., repaired put good+ order! cry
stomach; for ill t past! four years, saysD. : I
canned: bottled :and pn'st'I''f'd'tt for the opening bui from hunger, although fed abundantly. ,
l L. Leach of 101'1'ook Farm.Sieenfield I ,
groceries, ., to the new lietVuni'loelc ". Departments as usual-Kindergarten Tho entire trouble arises: from
Mass. \ few I
(; .lays ago
\\'IIl'I'0 will continue( t to I was induced to bits a bov of ('ha lber- Primary and Preparatory : inanition, their food! is not assimilated HALL ,& RAWLS, ..,' '
For further information address but devoured by A few .
'lose out t the. line at. wholesale lain'Stomach and Liver Tablets. I worms. I
Ii Annie M. Sharpe, Ocala: Fla. doses of White's Cream Vermifugewill AGE TS FOR ,
cost. Joif I, tail to call and look have: taken pail of [thorn and feel a
cause them to cease crying and
over the stock. The l 1- I'I'lt: d+'al better," If you have any (II Standard Fire
goods arethe Remember the big S. A. L. cheap excursion begin to thrive at once: very much to I!II Insurance Companies and Penn Mutual'
i Ii best brn.ds: fresh and r fine. trouble with your stomach try a box to Ocala on the 2Sth. Tickets the surprise and joy of the mother. '
of those 'I'al its. You are certainto Life Insurance Co.
1( KLKLN l & CAMIT.KLL I I good to return\ up to and including! the I l2j:: cents :at the Anti-Monopoly( Drug
bo: \pleased with the result./ Price
I 30th. I tore. ,-
\ :2.1!: c-iits., For sale by all ilrugstets. FIRE LIFE 1


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i J.V.. Sylvester of the Ocala. -*. -:. -:. .:- -:. Florida.
iI SCHOOL SUPPLIES !
iI I Ocala: Driving 1'.11'1ha::; arranged!; (the 1- -w -

i following program, subject to changes:: DAY PHONE 117 NIGHT PHONE 39

I i! at the race track on the L'S-,0: :

:Sth-I1nr races, $IDO( premium

l. I and also a purse. Open to all horses CROSBY & HALL

I t, 9 9I !II under the rules. Scrub race open) to

'1111 N t II I II any "scrub" horse; $15; and $10 A FULL LINE OF _
I I t ti pi izes.2Uh, GENERAL LIVERYMEN

: ( -Ilaseball.! Ocala vs.; Jacksonville. -
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1111the boys out. they are in SCHOOL BOOKSAND

I 11(>hl. Automobile race-first south of Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps

All Flavorsthat Jacksonville/ ever held in the state. Drummers' Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.

;Srtth-Prize shoot between the menu

have earned popularity, hers of the Ocala Jim Club) at the)
FINE VEHICLES FAST
and some novelties that will delight trail, which has been moved to the HORSESHorses

race track. SCHOOL.SUPPLIES

you.Ice Cream in any quantity, the I and Mules for Sale. Horses

Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.
smoothest and most wholesome.i I His Life Saved by Chamberlain's Colic OF ALL KINDS.
i
See me for entertainments Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy

C. H. Dame 9r9sy& Hall

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this town says he believes Chamber ,
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V ForWATCHES And I!:i i:I Ii i I,lain'I lit'Remedy bad? Colic)boon saved::: Cholera sick his for life and a last month Diarrhoea summer with B BOC'S LU[UNC$ B BOZES AND n B BAT 88SKEi3 G. A. HUNTER .


REPAIRSGO i I I what the doctors called bilious dysenjtarv. ) PRACTICAL an d MECHANICAL

!l ; and (could get nothing to do him -
"i TO- : GUN AND
I jany'i food until he tiled this remedy LOCKSMITH

F. C. B.1/>titIr H ''it gIre him immediate ,1't>lief," says REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

i in, T Little, merchant Hancock: '. 111, HB MASTERS' UMBRELLAS REPAIRED. SAWS FILED AND PUT IN GOOD ORDER'South

The Jeweler i Fo tale: by all druggists
Street, Op pOlite City Hl: |
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A FEW "FOR SALES" OCALA OCCURRENCES AT THE CHURCHES Christian TOMORROW ,i A PASTOR'S WIFE I PELVIC CORED r ago 11


What's become of the Hearst Club? I
9:45: a. m.-Sunday school.
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D.,4: SALEStore and dwelling, two blocks from square, $1000.) 11 a. m.-The Lord's supper; follow !I She Suffered for Years and !I : ----- .

)D;:>.' FOU[ SALE--Two-story hous.- on Wyoming :Si, tort $IGflll to build, $000. Dame leads In ice cream Others I ed by morning sermon by J. R. Biggs.i i r rr==- -

Hilj: J FOIl SALE-Nice home on NorthVautula av'nu+'. $HOt.D17 )( fof1 o w. tf Subject. "Free-Born." Felt Her Case Was Hope
I
) ; FOR S:11.E-L'+'sldencenoly] occupied. by Mr. Reagan/ ; bathroom and Ma- 3:20 p. rn.-Junior Christian Endeavor. + Y
L. }K. Edwards of Fairfield was i in less-Cured by
hi$22:!: IiU.
town totlav.. i
1)74 FOR) SAI.K-Kive small cottages, with fireplace, each, $100. 7:45 p. m.-Evening .sermon: by the Peruna I sI

IMC(: FOR SAMS-Two tine-room cottars on Franklin St.'h.. $.;00. minister, I). E. llanna. Subject:
All kinds of inks for -a--
everybody at t
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Wi; FOR 5:11,1-I"Ir(-1'OUnl cottage on fins J ,Ktreet, one stable and wagon "Joy. I
the Ocala News Co. RS. ANNA B. FLEHARTY I
recent
hhed, corner lot, $(G;:.10.D7G Doors never closed. Come in, rest : II II I trJ4)
> Superintendent W. C. T. U.' I I I
FOR SAI.I-T..o.ilorr residence on Ocklawaha avenue, next door to and pray. headquarters, at 111.
A. T. Oodden: of Richmond is a guest Galesburg, was for
Judgo! Hooker's, $HM. I of the Ocala House. ten years one of the leading women there. : J

1)71 FOR) SALE-Two cottages on Brown street, next to ales'J new )house, I Presbyterian Her husband, when living, was first _

cadi, $.,Ou. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. President of the Nebraska Wesleyan' ': I
A lot of the latest novels just in at
Dfil) ; FOR BALK-Cottage University, at Lincoln, Nob. j
occupied by t' V. Leavensooil. $70+1. the Ocala News 11 a. m.-Morning worship. Subject

IM.'i: FOU: SALIJ-St. Johns House, opposite S. A. L. Height depot, twenty- Co. : "The Church" In a letter written from 401 Sixty- 1

i tight i rooms, $ltll,0.I / 1 7:30: I p. m.-Evening: worship. Subject seventh street, W., Chicago, II!., Mrs. *"
There were twenty arrivals at the Fleharty the in
says following regard to
) IT FOR SALE-The July Brown house!: near Falnna's II t ,
store, $100. Montezuma[ yesterday. : "The Spirit( of Cmist. Peruna: ))
WO) FOR SALK-Coltage in Marti Oily, $jJ.Jt : Every non-church! member in Ocala ,
-- "Having lIved a active life wife I
very as II
I) ;I2 FOR SALK I Seven-room houorth Main[ sheet SOu.D7 is I Y
invited
specially
$ to the morning ser- and I I
A fine line of working
cut glass just receivedat partner a busy minister, I
) <; FOR) SALK:Ileautiful home, large Kiouudri, stable: L'Ooo.K.I. ( tire i tho I
$ ) ; the Ocala Music Co. as sermon will show that every kit)' health failed me a few years ago. I ,

.,, FOR SALK-Winter homo at Oak Lawn, tennis court, $2000. !I per oi. ought to belong to some lost my husband about the same time, I i

IFOR:: SALK-House occupied by Mr. Drilling, $:.100.DS1. There were eighteen arrivals- at theOcala i church. I and gradually I seemed to lose health j Mrs. A/ma li. Fleharty. f

l FOR SALK-New cottages in Mitchell's addition, lots 40x11.1: ft, $O:; House yesterday. The general :public is invited to all and spirit. :My daughter is a confirmed' t
1)82 roil SALK Flewellen Invalid, and we both felt great need of
place nets Emerson Home School, $200. of our sen ices. t'

1)I'OR!; SALK Four-room cottage on Pine street, good condition, $300. an invigorator. Mrs E. L. Brown. 3J9 Klllott street ,
I The Clark -
Ray Johnson Co. is putting -
D73 FOR S.U.In(>alltiflll home on Bnekalew Heights, opposite Mr. Camp'sHsilleJ1te I Baptist One of my neighbors advised me Memphis, Tenn., writes: i
up a sawmill at Martel. to try Peruna. A bottle was Immediately -
$2300.;; "I suffered for several
with head _
years
9:43;) secured and
: a. m.-Sunday school. a great change took
1173; FOR SALK-Lots on North First street, near North place In daughter's well In achy brought on by nervous prostration.
High street, $100.( It is given up by all that Dame'scream 11 a. m- Morning sermon, "They my as as I I also
1)72 FOR SALK Residence my own health. Our Improved was afflicted with Insomnia: I
appetites
now being occupied by Miss Virginia Campbell I, is the best in the -
Karl street, $IS00* city. tf That Are Strong Need Not The Phy very greatly, the digestion would get up in the morning more weary
"
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sician. seemed much helped, and restful sleep than when I retired and I used to dread
H7U; FOU SALK-Two lots on BI1kalearenll(', opposite Mr. Ford's home, There is a new Chinaman in town. Anthem, "0, Sacred Head, Now soon Improved us, so that we seemed, the approach of night. leruna came

each $100. Ask Morris Robinson about it.Mr. Wounded.-Liszt. like new women. I into my home as a welcome guest, and J

HiS FOU SALK Mr. George Mathe+v't; residence, S rooms, all conveniences, 6:45 p. m.-B. Y. P. U. Mrs. A. L. ten"I times would its not cost.Mrs.be without.Peruna Anna for B. II I I within three short months I was like

$800. and Mrs. Cooner of Cornell, Fla., Izlar, [leader. Flehtrty. another woman. I have now enjoyed
lei FOR SALK-Nico }house with 2.1: acre, near Orange Lake, $1000. were at the Club House today. 7:30 perfect health for over a year, and those
p. m.-Evening sermon, "The What used to be called female diseases !
who have
COS FOR S.1LI-5G; acres hammock land I suffered as I did will know
four miles from city, with nice Rush of the by the medical
:,, I, Red Devil. profession is now called how happy I am.-rs.. E. L. Brown.
1'0Ill house $100. For your embroidery go to the New Anthem. "Protect Us Through the pelvic catarrh. It has been found by <

Cli'j! : FOR SALK-:20' acres fenced, 21,6 miles cast of city, 4-room house. $400. Idea, next to Mclver & MacKay. Coming Night."-Cushman. experience that catarrhal diseases of the writes Mrs. Esther :M.Milner, De chaff, Ohio,

Cj! FOR SALK-So acres :2! miles I pelvic are tho of most :
from city, Groom house, with barn, etc., Duet organs cause cases
"Remember
Lord Thy Gracious "I
terrible
was a sufferer from female
$1 lot)/). Simon Benjamin is of female disease.
now residing at Word."-Mrs. Goin and Miss weakness and had the headache contin
CS:: !FOR SALK-It!) acres, l1% miles from city G:-room house, fruit trees, 25 \V. First St., Jacksonville, Fla. Bullock. America's Dr. Hartman was among the first of uously. I was not able to do my house
$.100. great physicians to make this
Especial notice is called to the discovery. For forty years he has been work for myself and husband. I wrote
( 91,I FOR SALK;-SO acres on Kendrick() hard road: :3-4 mile from city, per A full line of school books and change of the evening hour from 7:45 treating diseases peculiar to women,and you and described my condition as near

acre $1 I0 I). school supplies at the Ocala News Co. to 7:30. long ago he reached the conclusion thata as possible. Yon recommended Peruna.I .
CM; FOR SALE-:L'o acres, 3 miles took four bottles and was completelycured.
from
.1 free
city room house, barn etc., $300. Seats free, and all cordially welcomed. woman entirely from catarrhal
Kilt; ; FOIL SALK-Five :-1'oorn cottages at Holder. $230.) "Duttenhofer" makes the finestshofs affection of these organs would not be I think Peruna a wonderful raedicine. -
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('9! !;: FOU SALK-I 1.1; acres, 4 miles east of city, ,1-room; house and barn, ?200. for ladies. Sold only by Rheinauer. enb jest to female disease. He therefore :I -Mrs. Esther M. Milner.
I began using Peruna for these and Congressman Thad. M. Mahon of
R7L' FOR cases
SALK-Lots in Mundon's addition, each $10. .
R71 FOR I I II Mrs. Leonard Dozier and two little found it admirably adapted to their Chambersburg, Pa., writes:
SALK
-Beautiful lot on Expo! :ition avenue, $200. .
granddaughters permanent cure that Peruna has "/take pleasure In
are visiting Mr. and now commendlngyour
}1)70!' FOR SALK-New house I Mrs. Cheta
on North \Vantula Kendrick of
avenue : rooms $1.10.] Jacksonvilles Peruna
)[1'8. Tom Dozier, en route to their become the most famous remedy for as a substantial tonic and M
n:Sfl FOR SALK 7-room house XH'thutlila avenue. $1000.( l!| visiting Mrs.: Howse and Mr s' home in Ocala female disease ever known. Every good catarrh remedy."-T. At. Maboa.
from Jupiter, where}
Hill) FOR SALE-Deshahte) lots in Mitchell's addition. $1 I3:; to $(fiO.R77 I Roonce.Pure they have been visiting Mrs. Dozier'sson. where the women are using it and praising If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory

FOR SALK-One acre' near Mr. Camps: hause.) ?C.10.; ---=-=- it. Peruna is not a palliative simply results from the use of Permu,

('11)1)) I FOR) SALK :'?.-, :acres with :2-room cottage, two miles from town $300. I drugs carefully compounded! Eugene, assistant lighthouse : It cures by removing the cause of write at once to Dr.Hartman, giving a

in: our prescription department. Ty-" keeper.-Jacksonville Metropolis.Earl female disease.Dr. full statement of your case and he will

& .Hartman has probably cured more be pleased to give you his valuable advice
dings Co.
THESE ARE A FEWINTERESTED I ,, Mark is spending two weeks in women of female ailments than any gratis. 4

J. W. Barwick Ocala\ with relatlv Jacksonville other living physician. He makes these Address Dr. Hartman, President of
? of Jacksonville is in nures simply by using and recommending The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbu.
the city in the interest of the naval I Metropolis. Ptxuna Ohiu.

stores business. I _____ ___u_ ,
DO IT NOW FLORIDA SEED RYE I 0- 00----- 00---- 00-- --------00- -- -----O-.---00-----00-- 00-

:Mo=qulto Nets, and the noted Perfection -For sale at the- o o

Canopy and Frame. At MeIver OCALA SEED STORE I I


SEE J. STARR STERN ERGER I i I & MacKay's. We have received: our fall line of f Commercial Brink: f ff

J. J. Brinpoii of Eureka was in the
I "
I .f "American Olil.I the best shoe on 0f
city today 1 and., reports everything I BRANCH OF .
ear'.h for $2.50. Rheinauer. & Co. I
lovely in his sect on. COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE
Fine Tailoring Maicus Frank \tit last night for I r 1.1 0 0
I
Itlt 11111U111t. III Kt-i I bb> spiiug line of i I It Nathan Mayo of Si/mmerfleld wag (in I II
you want good to t
cream go
-BySkilled hlh'-;. Mr. Fi.mtf has been Oil the Dame's. He can furnish it In any the city today.* / _' ? I CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO f

1'111111'01'\ this housein Florida six quantity and ou short notice.

WorkmenChoicest < months ou a commission and has done Handsome comb and brush and manicure O I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS o
I
'.o \\"\,1th.l1/ he will now so out on aOn T. II. Wallis Is in the city. Mrs. I( sets, and many odd and pretty

(l !salary.FOU: Wallis and children: and mother, Mrs. pieces In silver, solid and plated. Ocala I O I DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0
\ Music Co. RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT I
Material l Acosta, will arrive today or tonight
I O AND SOLD O
SALE-A fine senile high I from New York and New Jersey, I I
I have a complete stock of Spring where they have been Miss Etta Cam returned home todayon '
gradtbull, not quite fourears. spending the 0- O- O- O- O- 0- 0- O- O- 0- O- 0- 0- 0- 0- 0HUBBARD -
Samples, also a big stock of Piece His puiit'iiy .spruk for Old'j summer. the Seaboard.

Goods for Suits and Trousers. Call ,
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t Can lit seen at Standard Fla. ( .
and see my samples and have your ,. I HOGS ANTED-Ont' hundred
s.i If you wish to improve
your
'
measure taken. Seventeen years in :iloi-k, hen is a bargain.; Call\ on or I head of stock hogs wanted at once L LG
the business should learn your needs 'J Apply to J. M. Meffert. Ocala. Fla. & MACDUFF

Respectfully, write tl2lIw I ;: Jns..wlut.1'. Tayloi. Stand.tid, Fla. JU UST S FEW LEFT. I,I !

McLean of Conant was at the

Jerry Burnett, M. E. ;UoMuson. Florida agent for Ocala House yesterday., I --- __OCALA FLORIDAHEADQUARTERS
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.l u:,. I Kosenheim & Sous'shoes, anivedyesterday I
Merchant T -
aHor.
atternoou( from Savannah I The cheapest line of embroidery in FOR

One Door North of Masters' where he has been with his house fora i I town can be found at the New Idea c>>

wick.t: Ir'. KobiiiHm is just finishing I We are selling the next to Mclver & MacKay.P. .


K I DN1Y! 0 I SEASES moie up his iliau first ilnuMed year:'; ou t his the:expectations road: : ; amid:: :, has insales. I C. Davis: has bought Mrs. NancyWallace's AMERICAN FIELD AND. HOC FENCE

:
GC11Uincladras/
I \ .II'. Itobiusoii): has just received tine cow. It was advertisedin ... } !.8 txClt.
SS LNCH.I .
L---- I the Star.
r- --- n
: and
I opened his hamlumc sprint; line

are the most fatal of all dis of shoes. -- P(. Y 47 P.i. '

,i eases. i I I $.00 and $ .25 for I will sell at a sacrifice the I Israel I I -1 -L a i I rr.1 to, s

Brown house, if sold within :: i J
I Pretty thirty I u- :, r
library and parlor tables, i s: rH.
( KIDNEY CURE Is lays. .1. Starr r. ';:[
I 0,11)h) a p(':') and finishes, jardiniere Sternberger. N. .

I FOIF Guaranteed Remedy) and lamp' stands.: Atrer[ / & Mae II 69 Cents. i LE4 I i 5" r r"-" 21) 11'f.' ,. .'"

Kay's. J. A. Davis of Washington and A..i I I p. : $..
:pp. : .
, a Rodgers and F. D. Peer of Jacksonville -. '- ; .. rr4t. .
or money refunded.. Contains I Bf.-: ? -
t i John ii. Vereen came uji last night of the postoffice department} are ---. -. .. ,. j'
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remedies recognized by emi- I .--.J. _._--,.,,
I from Tampa and, will prballv go to at the Ocala House. ': '''' -. ...
nent physicians as the best for 'j Wsrk again for the singer Machine I Regular Sty:. Special trot, Horse anJ Cattle Style
Stays 12 in,or 6 In. apart Steys 13 In. or 6 in.
Kidney and Bladder troubles. I ('0, Mrs.( Veioen anil children are in: )[ Bargains in this materialare 1 For a bilious attack take Chamber apart r

PRICE SOw mJ $1.00. (icoria; anti will return to Ocala later. Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and I Made of large, strong, h-grade steel wires, heavily galvanized. ;

At the Postoffice Drugstore. a quick cure is certain. For sale by Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever
few
------- .Mr.J Bon Ilheinauer has bought the j very so be tempted all druggists I lasting. Never b(,-s wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it.

VISITAnd f-nest and best selected line of fall 1 I Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle horses, hogs

t i I ;olls ever brought to Ocala. I and come.BOSTON Ceo. B. McGuire of Jacksonville, recently and pigs. .

RegainYour steward of the Duval Hotel, ar
I 1101 lllingsJ I M J EVERY ROD
OF AMERICAN
L a J I:. .1:. Cline Auburndale.. formal I II rived in town yesterday to take a sim, FENCE GUARANTEEDby

+-, "_""<( -... of this city is in town. I STORE ilar positio. nat the Ocala! House. the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how

J Health --- it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced

2S'r5225 t We have received one hundred fine t FEET SWOLLEN TO IMMENSE SIZE"I

Only $28.55 Round Trip !lrpss! Patterns, no two alike. Come and |!

from Ocala, Fla. Tickets |wke yonr cholctf- Kheipauor & Co. '! had kidney trouble so bad I could DR. MOFFETT'S Cares Cholera.lnfanfulJ1
not work" J. J. It' s
Cox
says of Valley Diarrh<
sale i X4DyenUry,m4 }
on every Wednesdays Walter lay and ? A. clark of )lar.1 Our Grand Fail i: View, Ky. "My feet were swollen to :-; the Dowel Troubles of =

and Saturdays. Return tl'l W(1.0 in town today. immense size and I was confined to my ;- f N11 1 Children\ofAny Age

limit 60 I bed and physicians .t Bflf mrmiNGCosts( Aid Digestion, Regulate
days. --- were unable to give I toAS"piG POulDEn ) the Bowels, Stun thtn r

The only place m town where IU and Winter Openingwill me any relief. My doctor finally prescribed the Child and
The Rock Island" 0 tt ers you .... Mt;: Only 25 cents at Druggists, EASY"Or
j Icon pet pure cream i i5 atc. ?. name's..i I Foley's Kidney Cure which ,. TEETHING I Il -

you excellent schedules from I text to Mrs. Hicks t fl I made a well man of me." Sold by the TCesecB&dt,Ja112h.'i.DR.C'.J' mail 23 ,tnt.J* .__to_-C.**_J.Dear MOFFCTT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO i
SirtJuatieetnpondenandethatlabwldgH.ypi
I yetpenenee 71th 10nreIt'ellt-nt medicine, T.EETKIS.011r ; x
Memphis. Postoffice Drugstore. i7stlfl.rteenmontheWdlap
\ be announced I Uoahteteething., :! J.ery remedy woo Uhlillate-J the shape Cal yrescrp lQl from [am.ly phyeicans &: p, 1I
1 Mr,. G. C. 'i' 'roiUour to flfl blooi and Her bo.ett :
Crom and year pure burning serer cocooned for days at a use her life
Write for I waa atutoet
I I Her mother determine'to try TEETHINA..n4 in despralred III,
a diy or two there was a great t'ha.1ie-bew '
descriptiveKMurn0l, from Hendersonville. N. C.. CREAMERY BUTTER Ii U>>.bowels were KZular, ,and chants: EETKIXA,the little baba: i*tow doss:well lil.hd tetluosh
Yours, etc.. 1>. W. Mel VLK,Editor and Proprietor
: literature 'wnm> they nave lf'<>n for the past two later. I Tuskejea(AU.)X....
ROCK Island I For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and ah other leading drugstores.
I months. The Carmichael & Son Co. keep

S S.L.PARROT -- constantly on hand, receiving a fresh

E. C Smith Director and supply every two days, delicious, pure
Funeral
T. P A.. MEBHONET JJjxatjve l gromoCure luinmeMMKI
Rmbnlmer. Day hone.. Xo. 10. Night tfYN. Georgia creamery butter 25 cents per : (JI OB every

s Ga r. r a : '. .fle lat.. pound Kept on ice Phone No. 37. ? CoW !Ii One D4Y.C,ij> in 2 pays (9.cU .or. aa



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