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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.

Subjects

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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Proprietors and Publishers.

'f f. C. L BITTINGER,

Editor and Business Manager.R. I ANNOUNCEMENT "


'. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. '


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'The "auto' race between Dr. Van
Hood'S machine and that of Dr. Powers rl
( was won[by the latter-best two f in ..
three mile foeats.' Time, first mile, .. f .
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\ Mr. John Spencer steered Dr. Pow : ". '. t,r, k'
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ers' machine-. .-and.-Dr. Hood jnanagedXhjs I .
own/Gut on this occasion the latter
was no match in the race. Of *

course Many great of the Interest onlookers was thought evinced.perhaps We take pleasure in announcing that on and after October J st, 1903 we will be in a .

there was something wrong with S

Dr. Hood's machine.. position to supply all articles usual to the trade of
Dr.Il+ocisr was timekeeper for the a strictly up to date, first-class Wholesale
"auto" races, and Ford and Robinson
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were judges. /

3:30 The with game Geo.of K.baseball Robinson was umpire.called at and Retail Hardware store, and respectfully invite the patronage of the people of Ocala and a

The attendance at the Driving Parkis -
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not not as large as was expected i it
would be. the section tributary thereto, and earnestly request their assistance in furthering the efforts that


Capt. W. A. Collier of Tuscaloosa,
Ala.. who tomorrow evening will lead we have put forth in establishing this business and
which
/to Hymen's altar Mlssllattye Mae Porter we trust will prove of benefit to a11.g .

/ arrived this afternoon on the A. C.
/ I... train with his brother, C. G. Col-. ., j
/ Her of Birmingham, and 0. G. Hall, hi
/ best man, tram Montgomery, and ar iso ,
/ guests! of the Ocala House j
I /Capt. Collier ,Is one of the most I influential .
and hfst liked business men "
of his city a I leading. druggist and captain -
of the popular military companyof
that place; Htfis young and talented
l, and is indeed, fortunate in winning Marion Hardware CompanyYS
one of our sweetest most accomplished
l and beautiful: young ladies
This wedding, one of the most IIrll.lIanl
that the city has ever seen, will f,1' .. t
bo solemnized at the Baptist churcht
9 o'clock tomorrow evening by ReIi. >\.

11'arren.-', THE FIRM NAME AND STYLE under which we propose to operate, with display
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The Star had a peasant call this I
morning. ""'IHI1. Mr. and Mrs.*'-J. C'I and store rooms on northwest corner of public square (formerly Alliance Store) this city, and
FrenchofpringP4tlk{ : ,the latter pre-: :I II I
Renting to tV ,|l r.two lem&iS'Qf the

'43udwrt4yrian. One of iij&n"V weighs one'f,udNr pound variety andI we sincerely hope that our friends will assist us in making the same a household word and one

threeIUarlt'l"s, the I ) *
fourteen ounces.othcoonvopQinidand Tho/I&avr-tr; & -'\::.:": that will in all future stand for integrity, honesty and absolute fairness to all
very thin skin and] grew ffoaf/a tree:
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three years old. Our sprightly correspondent E *

the fruit.window.at They the Park can has be seen our thanks in the for office 'I A 1- We propose to furnish only such goods as are strictly first-class in every particular and at i


i I such prices that we hope will meet with approval. We have selected
Dr. D. l D. Ruclviiun) of I Daytona( was carefully our y corps of
at the Ocala House yesterday.

WORKING OVERTIME employes with the view ot obtaining such persons only as are perfect gentlemen and who will


tireless Eight Lour little lays workers-Dr.are ignored by King'sNew those treat all with politeness and courtesy. t'

Lite Pills. Millions are always at I I
work, curing Indigestion,
Constipation, Sick DilhJUsness'j i I I Incident to the establishment of this business we have found it necessary to absorb the
Stomach Liver and Bowel
trouble-s'l
Easy pleasant safe sure.
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I,I General Hardware Business conducted by A. E Delouest and we respectfully solicit the patronage ,I

R. L. Barnes, A. S. Rowe, Miss
Dames, Miss Haugh and Miss .MiIIi ran and well wishes of all of his old friends. I : .
of Daisy were at the Ocala House yes, .

terday. .. .
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FINE CIGARS Our business is intended to be in the interest of all branches of current industries in and'arauad


the The El Norma Solo, and Martinez the Fama, the Nacional C. H. this section and to furnish the needed supplies for building operations of all kinds, farming -

four of the best 5 cent cigars made j in

Tampa InV, .and Troxler's many cigar others case.to be found machinery and tools, phosphate plants, saw mills, naval stores manufacturers, machinists,

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Major L. T. Izlar left today for Bronson -
I and household fittings of kind.
I business.and Cedar Keys to transact legal I every .
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RAISED FROM THE DEADC. We respectfully invite an inspection of our stock on October? 1st and any time thereafterrn .
W. Landis, porter for the Ori -
tal hotel Chamite: Kan., says: "I
\ know what it was to suffer with neuralgia -I!I and promise to do our utmost ,to render satisfaction.

deed I did, and I got a bottlo of ,p .
Ballard's Snow" Liniment and 'I wasget i
I raised from the dead.' I tried to Please refer to this paper hereafter for general advertisement of this company.
some more but before I had 'deposed -I
of my bottle I was cured *
I I am tellin' de truth, too." entlrelr"I: '. Respectfully, > .
and $1 at the Anti-\lonopoly Drug- s
store. S
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R. S. HALL .
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Major Izlar has bought a fine mare ,
in Tennessee -which will be shippeddown [ T.. C. HALL, ) ,
in a few days. T. E. BRIDGES, (
Peter T. W. SMITH, Comprising the Firm.S. ,
Olson of South Lake Weir returned
) from FernandiHa today. I /H. BLITCH, .
S.A. RAWLS )
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finest Ricker of Jacksonville passed [ ,
L. J. KNIGHT
through Ocala today on his way to /
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visit his mother.! '
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Col.! Shipman manager: of the Montczuma -I I.
Hotel, received a letter from I f
the manager of his orange grove, ten : .
miles south of Tampa saying; he ,
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would have: 1000 boxes of fruit.0 .,,. d"
damage from the storm. .
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Thomas Hoopes of Wcstrhf'st'r.Pa. r
., president of the Ocala spoke and "

the rim Ocala factory House., came in today anti Is at OCHLH FL0RIDH.I J



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OCALA OCCURRENCES ...-----.-THE-NEW-FIRM-- BUILDING A HOUSEC. :

/r WANTED FALL STOCK :1
In this issue will he seen the announcomen J. Phillips has begun the erectionof ARRIVING
Ed Hall of (
Lynne was in the CitY to-
the
I' pf opening date of the a 7-room, 2-story house on the corner t0
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day. { MaDame rion Hardware Co., which will take lot between Dr. Izlar and Vernon ">>

t, place one Qjetpber... 1. in the Jeffords Five hundred to One: Clyatt. Mr. Phillips is putting up the #- 'Ir ..
leads In Ice cream. Othersfollow I _
building that
;plendlc1 roomy store house for an investment.
'tt having }been-painted and re-arranged 'I ';f
Thousand Head of
,
I + Our handsome
\i Fall and Winter
stock of
.. ,for the accommodation of the, new FEET SWOLLEN TO IMMENSE SIZE ,]
.
J.V. Davis of Summerfield was !in

town yesterday.C. firm.jf __ Hogs. AddressW. "rl"';
;T die la 1 ion TTaTflware, 'C is composed "I had kidney trouble so bad I could l\LILI4INERV' .

W. White of Inverness was at the of seven of the county's best A. PELOT, not work," says J. J. Cox of Valley 1 Io
business men, and the list is one to in View, Ky.: "My feet were swollen t
Club House today. / Marion Farms.
I spire confidence and respect in the Supt. immense size and I was confined to my 1 '
is arriving daily. Newest and colors i
shapes of
business world and among the future 101-lmd&''v. bed and physicians were unable to giveme
A fine line of cut glass just receive*! -
customers: of the firm. any relief. My doctor finally prescribed \;
at the Ocala Music !
Co. I/
This company proposes to carry a J. A. Hayman and Edgar Hayman of Foley's Kidney Cure, whichmade READY-TO-WEAR HATS i
1 full line of hardware and all of its accompanying a well man of me." Sold by the
Lochloosa were at the Club House todare -
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood and son, Han-- .1t
: lines and will sell at prices I Postoffice Drugstore.
sell, left today for Savannah. !I
I as low as thp quality of the goods FINE OSTRICH PLUMES i
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will permit. They will do both a Claude Laveron, who for the past ,
'I Mosquito Nets, and the noted Perfection
It Is 1 given up by all that Dame'ILjr s
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cream is the best in the city. t* tf wholesale and retail business and will} Canopy and Frame. At Me- two months has held a position with ,

I -- : carry everything needed by our lead Iver & MacKay's. the Florida Hardware Co. in Jacksonville NOVELTIES in RIBBONS.
.
Jake Brown of the Teapot Grocery ing industries phosphate plants sawmills is in the city for a few days -
.
Is expected home October C. turpentine operators, farmers Mrs. C. R. Burt of Ozello is in the visit. 6 r. w. ,.

A and builders.- .. '-' __ ?,.. '.. city Mrs. Burt is having two roomsadded I Long veils for draping Hats aggt .., .l
For your embroidery go to the New *"*The firm is composed" : of the following to her cottage in the first ward. CURED HEMORRHAGES -

Idea, next to Mclver & MacKay. well known (citizens and business She is building a servant's house on OF THE LUNGS FRENCH PATTERN HAfS
\ men:: R. S. and T) C. Hall, T. E. Bndgs. the lot also. Mrs. A. E. Kingman will "Several
since
years my lungs were .
W. R. Baker McIntosh: was at the ( S. A. Ilawls. Dr. S. H. Butch T. \\". I I occupy the house when it is finished. so badly affected that I had many hemorrhages l:

Montezuma yesterday and today. \ Smith (formerly with A. E. Delouest) I .r "
i writes A. M. eke of Wood. Handsomest v.
and L. J. Knight. ,_ --- CROUP ever shown here
:- Ind. "I took treatment With several 1 ;
Life's walk made easy by wearing "'TheIarlon' Hardware- is destined Usually: begins with the symptoms of physicians without any b of;I nefit. I then to arrive in a few days. t

Crossett's shoes. Rheinauer & Co. to be one of the finest business a common cold; there is chilliness, started to take Foley's Honey and Tar

houses of this section of tlje) state. The sneezing, sore throat, hot skin', quick and my lungs are now as sound as a :
Mr. and Mrs. Ramp Chambers have company has mapped out an advertising pulse, hoarseness and impeded respir- bullet. I 'recommend it in advanced GALL ON US FOR TOUR MILLINERY 1

rented the Bert Redding cottage.A campaign that coupled with a ation. Give frequent small doses of stages of lung trouble." Sold by the 1 .

good stock at right prices will bring Ballard's; Horehound Syrup (the child Postoffice< Drugstore. MRS. LUCIE F. B. EATON.

full line of school books and them success, and we wish them lotsof will: cry for it) and at the first sign of

school supplies at the Ocala News Co. it. a croupy cough, apply frequently Bal The Montezuma Hotel had fifty arrivals Mrs. Hick's Old Stand.

... lard's Snow Liniment externally to the yesterday. MHi Hi HM MM MMH M MMI H MHBMMMH
Mrs. J. II. Whitfield of Tampa, formerly HOW'"S THIS? throat. 50 cents at the AntiMonopolyDrugstore. .

".. of (Ocala is visiting in the city.'t I I Avoid serious results of Jiidney( or GET MONEY \

We offer One Hundred Dollars reward bladder disorder by Taking Foley's .... t

A beautiful line of sterling silverIs for any case of Catarrh that can- George Williams, proprietor of the Kidney Cure. Sold by the 'Postofflce .

()()( just received. Ocala Music Cc). out be cured by 1allCatarrh; Cure. Ocala House[ barber shop, has secured Drugstore. 4 ; -buy these and- ,

)'. J CHEXEV & CO., Toleda 0. the services of a first class barber, ,

Mrs.V.. II. Chaille of Miami, formerly We the undersigned have known F. George Tiles of Pittsburg, Pa. Mr. J. W. Connor of Lakeland dined at c

of Ocala is visiting friends in i I J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and Williams will put in another chair, refit the Ocala House today, as did E. D. ) MAKE MONEY.

the city. "l'liehim perfectly honorable in all his shop and hire another manabout Blair of Tampa. \

business transactions and financiallyable six weeks later. -- NO. 1.-THREE LARGE LOTS AND GOOD 6-ROOM COTTAGE, OCCUPYing .

Shoos I that please the children at to carry out any ohligalons made --" I Mrs. Peter Ingram has opened an establishment corner in second ward. Must go at once. Make offer.

price that please the parents.: Hh'inallt'l' by his firm. Handsome comb and brush and manicure at her home on North NO. 2.-NICE HOME, LARGE LOT, GOOD CISTERN, CORNER LOT ON

& t' West & Truax.'holisa1c Druggists', I : sets, and many odd and prett Magnolia street for the making of la-l Pond St., !in third ward. Price $800. Easy terms.

Toledo.] O. pieces in Silver, solid and plated. OcalaMusic dies' taliormade skirts. NO. 3.-FINE CORNER LOT ON SOUTH THIRD STREET. BEST LOCAtion -

J. U. Covinglon and S. R. Covington Walding. Kinnan & Marvin Whole- i I I Co. in town; very high elevation; good shade, etc. Make offer.

of CIIlp'PIIl'I"'a.' ., arc at the CluhIlouSl' ale Druggists.; Toledo 0. E. B. Shipman of Lawtey i'N who recently O. 4.-A GOOD INVESTMENT OR HOME. PAYS NOW 12/2 PER CENT. i

.. Hall's Catairh Cure is taken inter I Prof. Josiah Varn, formerly principal sold out his saw mill business in rents. First ward. Buy now on ,easy terms. 3

n.1adiuh'\ directly upon the bloc of the Ocala school, is in the city. there, is at the Montezuma visiting his NO. 5.-FINE HOME, EIGHT ROOMS, BATH, ETC., WITH 12 ACRES OF

The Ocala HOIISO did a tine business and mucous surfaces of the s} ste I father: Col. V.'J. Shipman. good land, at North Lake Weir. Price if sold at once, $300. Buy this

yesterday.: There were forty-six anti V. Testimonials sent freo. Price 75; ct m.s. If there is anything in a name then for summer home. ;

als for the day. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. "Regina" moans $3 worth of the solidest 1- Mr. W. W. Condon leaves on Oct NO. 40-ACRE FARM, SOUTH OF TOWN, THREE MluES. GOOD

Hall's Family l'illare: the }best.!' comfort a woman ever put on her her 3 for New York to buy our big ho 1- house. barn, et('.; fine pond; fine place for stock. Price, $400.

The only place m town whore you feet. We have our new line of Regina! iday line. Any special orders in our NO. 7.-FIVE ACRES, THREE IN BEARING GRAPES THE BALANCE IN

can get pure cream i is at C. II. Dame's. R. Wickers of Coleman i is!' in the :shoes in. Rheinauer & Co. line left with us before that time will fruit trees; two small houses;' two miles 'on Anthony hard 'road. Price '
Next to Mrs lIi<-k't tf $150.
city. receive: his personal attention. Ocala ",'
Prof. L. M. Hatton. president of Music Co. NO., 8.-BUY THIS AND DOUBLE YOUR MONEY. TWO COTTAGES, \
( surge and Tom Simmons, two piosporous now paying $12Q in .
The Duttenhofer"[ i is the finest shoe Tampa's business college, came up last yearly rents. Price, $550.
fiurners living! east of Citr a.
made: for ladies. Sold only by Rhein- night from Tampa and will be joined L. Home and wife and W. A. Barley --
were in the city Monday.I .
allPr.I tonight by Mrs. Hatton. of York, were at the. Montezuma IF YOU WISH TO BUY

yesterday. ,
will sell at a sacrifice, the IsrH'1Brown
Guy W. Toph of Tampa I i is in the city FLORIDA SEED RYE
!haute, if sold within thin ly I I 11' Can Suit You from
days. J. Starr Sternberger, I visiting his father. -For sale at the-, A lot of the latest novels just in at a. Long List of Properly of Every

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I OCALA SEED STORE the Ocala News Co. Description. *
Pure drugs carefully compoundedin
Mrs. Wilson and daughter Miss Bossie. I ,
our prescription department. The Star is in receipt of F. W. DITTO
I : TrI a neat
who !have htt'n'isitin Mrs. J. J. Wililams very
Mrs. C. E. j' and baby have' Real Estate and Fire Insurance J
I dines & Co. I and attractive piece of 'advertising
Taylor, left today for Louisville. returned from their vacation and are
I the matter, recently gotten out by the \- -----
at Montezuma.
lions \\\\TgD-One hundred 1. R. IJ. Worthington, traveling rep",p- -. Central of Georgia Railway, a geographically DAY PHONE 117 NIGHT PHONE 39

sentativo of the Jacksonville Metropolis correct of Georgia
map
head of stock hogs wanted at
onc is in the city. We erred yesterday in stating th atlancl Alabama. It is CROSBY &
I a piece of literature HALL
J.
Apply to M. Meffert, Ocala Fla. I Miss May Gardner vas visiting friends that
every person traveling the
Foley's Honey and Tar !is peculiarly I at Candler. She has been the guest states named should possess. Walter
Mrs. Leonard Dozler and
who have been visiting grandchilhen on the- adapted<< for chronic throat troubles ancI''. for A. Campbell several months, of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hawkins, the friend of the traveling GENERAL LIVERYMEN
on Orange
East Coast have returned home. will positively cure bronchitis, hoarseness avenue. public, will accept our: thanks for the
and all bronchial( diseases. Refuse map. Send a 2-cent stamp to Walter

Miss Annie Sharpe who spent t I substitutes. Sold by the Postofic II I Hawkins Jacksonville and receive I Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps
i fits Drugstore.ia r
summer with her sister, Mrs. Ben, one. Drummers'
I Saddle
Carryalls
JU I FEW LEfT.I Horses, etc.
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min at Alexandria Bay, returned home I
today. W. H. Lipscombe is all smiles. His DOCTORS COULD NOT HELP HER

wife and two children arrived yesterday I "I had kidney trouble for )' s I FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSES

For a bilious attack take Chamber from Jacksonville where they I I writes Mrs. Raymond Connor of Shel-I

lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets anda (j I I spent the summer with friends. I -- ton Wash., "and the docte-s could not Horses and Males for Sale., Horses

quick cure i is certain. For sale by help me. I tried Foley's KHney Cure, Boarded the Month
by at Special Rate. ,
all i and the first dose
druggists We the very gave ne relief
are selling
Professional Cards and I am now cured. I cannot *ay too>

J. M. Bell, Berlin; W. B. Jarrell ---- -- -- N. I I I much for Foley's Kidney Cure. Idesi I Crosby & Hall

Dunncllon; \V. B. Conoley, Brooks- I R. D. FULLER, Genuine Madras !lb I )'.the Postoffice Drugstore. I I'I

ville. and A. \V. Burnett, Florida legistereM ; -4

at the Club House today. I .;ttDENTISTI I 'j'I Mr. B. R. Stripling, a former' r ; .f -- -.iI
I i
I Office Over Munroe and Chambliss' i I $.00 and $.25 for / dent of Anthony; who spent the summer :

The cheapest line of embroidery in Bank at Gainesville, Ga. returned to ,

town can be found at the New Idea OCALA FLORIDA I 'ti Ocala anff-W11!!/ resume his labors for Mrs. Fred nra.th

next to Mclver & MacKay. 69 Cents. the Equitable!Life Assurance Co. of ,
-I f No. 228 Territorial Street, Benton Harbor, Mich.
J. E. ACE I New York. He spent Sunday with his
Capt. I:. B. Richardson, formerly of I I : friends at Anthony. Mr. Striplfngs

this city but for !':e\' l'alars manager ; CENTAL SURGEONJ\ i r I II I I I .I family is still sojourning' at Gainesville experience"I am pleased with to Wine give my of hers triumphs, as fire their and ambitions defeats.,

of the Inn at Homoaassa arrived 'II Ga. Cardui as I am very grateful Healthy women do notsuf
in Ocala yesterday from his summer Office Upstairs Commercial Bank Bargains in this material for its help. After my first fer miscarriage nor does

vacation spent at Grand Pre N. S. Building I* baby was born I could not a woman who is healthy
If
you want good cream, go to sum to regain my strength suffer tortures at childbirth.
The captain looks well anll11l'OslWI'OUs.It' OCALA FLORIDA i are very few, so be tempted Dame's. He can furnish it !In any although the doctor gave me It is the woman who is ailing !-
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) left this afternoon for Homosassa. TERMS- quantity and on short notice. tonic which he considered -who has female weakness
-- CASH I very superior, but instead of -who fears the ordeal
--- --- [ and come. getting better I grew weaker of becoming a mother. Wine
The members of the Junior Auxiliary every day. My husband t of Cardui builds up the womanly
Fine TailoringBy E. T. ALLENA. I I I I of Grace church will give a silver} came home oneeveningwith iu,.Fred Unrath. in a woman. It stops
r tea at the some Wine of Cardui and insisted all unnatural drains and
rectory on Friday next from
M., M. D., Ph. D. i
that I take it for week
and strains
I a. see -irregularities which
BOSTON STORE. :3: to 6 in aid of are responsible
p. m. a fund for the
what it would do for me. As he seemed for barrenness and miscarriage.
Skilled Workmen OCULIST And AURISTOf r church, home and hospital in Orl an to have so much faith in it I did take the It makes a woman strong and
ri i do. The young people extend a cordial medicine i and was very grateful to find healthy and able to pass through pregnancy
DeLand- invitation to all. my strength slowly returning. In two and childbirth with little suffer-
-On- Will bo in Ocala Thm day. October SMontezuma ; weeks I was out of bed and in a month I lng. After the ordeal is passed the
was able to take up my usual duties I Wine prepares a woman for a speedy

Choicest MaterialI I ----.-- .--- -- hotel, Our Grand Fall( Pretty library and parlor tables, am very enthusiastic in its praise" recovery to health and activity.
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I have a complete stock of Spring lamp stands. At Mclver & Mac- M and highest privilege women organs of generation,has made mothers:
W. II.
Samples, also a big stock of Piece MAREAN M. D. Kay's. can achieve or aspire to. Withof women who bad given up hope of
Goods for Suits and Trousers Call Jand I Winter'Openingwill out this privilege women do not ever becoming mothers Wine of Cardui
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Ayour I get all there is in life--too often they will cure almost any case of barrenness
and see and have
my samples SURGEON I| Henry Dunn the well known Citra go through the world discontented, except cases of organic trouble How;
*r measure taken. Seventeen years in Fporial aUf ntion i orange grower who has been spendingthe wrapped up in their own selfish cares can you refuse to take such a remedy
given to the treatnient be
\ the business should learn your needs i announced at and trouble3.: How' different i i' the that promises guch relief from
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of Chronic Diseases ami DiseuKrs j summer 5io1ti er, Oregon prospecting suffering
i happy mother watching her children
Wine of Car ui
simply makes
tit
Respectfully, Women and Children. and raining you a
in the
was
city into manhood ana
womanhood.
grow
I strong woman, and strong, healthy
Ocala, Fla. lf. later. today. He returned home in perfect A mother lives M many lives M she has women do not suffer. They look for-
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Jerry Burnett, I Office ever TyUings' Drugstore. ( I' .-.r health a week -ago.E. children-tleir joys and sorrows: are ward to motherhood..r with joy.

flee hours from S a. m., to 1: m.; '. '
,Merchant Tailor from 2 p. m. to 5 p. n.. A million, suffering
;
C. Smith, Funeral women
One Door North of Masters' llE'sJdence-No. CO: X. Main St., known FOLEBHONEMAR Embalmer. Day phone. No.Director 10. Night and WINEofCARDVI. ,, have} found relief in

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IWIVER & MACKAY HOWARD ACADEMY CONSTIPATION Colored Folks'. Column

Howard Academy (colored) assembly -I

hall was crowded Monday morning Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor
with the bate fc-oud, 14 day. at a time \vltLout a \
of the buiveU, not Mug able to
the school to tliuiu exco]>t by UMUU hoi twitt lujecikms
Ocala Florida cuu>li|>alK>n fur&vvou years ilucet we iti
term. I icrrlbloct'uUiiiuii; Uunii tti..t tluc I Cid ev- Mrs. John Murry is better today.
i The Ucuiilof.!but never f'.mimu uy relief;sucb
new ,,
my case until twtfan Uiin;: CAaCAHtrrA 1
Mississippi, lave f rum one to tliiuc(jasiiitti a tluy.and if I Rev. W. O. Bartley is improving.Mrs. .
rich 1 woulJ uiro i JlOU.iWfor\ each noemeutlt;

Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machinery said couraging he had talk a relief.' tut Itucll AvuiruL:it llr.vr trolt,111Qh., day. Donally Is reported better to-


endeavor to CANDY
,
and asked for CATHARTIC Rev. S. J. Johnson of Orlando Is in

Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages I lof the town.

confident he
The Mack House had forty-one

,ARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS 1 j made H. W.a fine TIIAO' MMJ iviSrzAC., sleepers last night.

t est(>(l but a WANTED-Brick mason. Apply to

sp said that J. Starr Sternberger.
fy & Palatable. IVu-i.t. Taste nood. Do
and girls: ittiTer aickuti' Wcukuii.orUi'i'C. ftx.,'i.c.iOc
BtiiIdEg Materials Every Kind and Description ucation, for .. CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Don't forget the nickle party tonightat

!...edy l..pa.y l'Itlearo.l.ulrgl. Aa* (...... Set Miss Carrie Edwards',
learning'would --
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T. J. Miss Mary Plater, who has been

FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS advice, as did quite ill is much better.

I', who is a DISEASES
'to''10. Miss Ida Bryant has gone to Croom,
+ school affairs.
Fla., to see her sick mother.
PHOSPHATE PLANTS pleased to l the most fatal of all dis
that he would Abe Campbell, one of Jacksonville's!

\, I atmosphere in ramous butchers, is in the city.

/ INSTALLED COMPLETE 1 he knew he
from which he CV'0 KIDNEY CURE It I The Woman's Home Mission Society

.. I find the DLL I 0 Buaraatesd Remedy raised at Reddick last week, $79.
0#' '

I 'C I. GRACE FLORIDA FRUITS classes ality, in, his money refunded. Contains Rosebud Mrs. Grace are at Frazier Mrs. D.and E. White's.daughter,

> (Continued from first page.) ple] of Ocala 'es recognized by emi

character of physicians as the best for Hon. G. H. Mays, district grand master -
from Micanopy, and will load October
a true : of the Odd Fellows is the guest of
Den/ei inRough 1 for Cincinnati. After that I can. load and Bladder troubles.
would be J. S. LaRoche.
a few cars of the early Parson Brown ; PRICK 50c. aa4 $J.oo. .
the race
and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring and Oval Sweets from the Lake Weir them. At the Postoffice Drugstore. ANT t'Cl c or h d gr '
worry
section. This fruit now shows good to t t Wlnte Park. 1l t once
Ceiling and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick. t the colored
color and is fully matured. for twenty years he daugh- of ev. S

"I made the first shipment of grape- self-supporting has been an imbecile, with freq
Manufacturer of their own Comfortable lodging and first class
__ 1IL. fruit which left Florida this season, jof mania which necessitated
his race board at reasonable rates at the Mack?'
consisting>f Mersh's seedless, whichis
Tamed Ballustcrs Casings Newels Columns churches and j! being confined in a small box-like House on West Broadway.
a very early variety, full colored.
Door and Window Frames Mantles Church Seats Pul-- compliment to the mother of Helen Hasselhof f
These shipments went 'to New York sf Legion No. 94 meets at the Masonic

pits, School Desk and Seats Combined and Tables. and Boston on the 15th. I am shippingto I the city.earth.He said I j j down when the girl was remov hall the first Friday night in October.

am constantly receiving lumber and can fill orders for any New York this week from the Tacoma to support and to the asylum for idiot children on Let all tho members attend. I

and Micanopy sectons, and prices Island, and has been hyster
and JPi
quantities sizes. omp ness a Specialty are very satisfactory. i and the teacher. Misses Lizzie Gibson, Susie Wolf
a licking take from her grief ever since.
and
Mesdames
Produce News, New York, September Maggie Fernandez and
'1, served, and story is a pathetic one of pa Clara Johnson are at Mrs. Barco's.
0",0-- 00- 00- 0- 00- 0- 00- 00- 0- 26.
o 0 what you will love and self-sacrifice.) When
rule for *Does your horse interfere or
I every infant a blood vessel burst i in
MORE RIOTS the of was strike? If so, call and give me a trial.
on
? Commercial Bank o part I girl's head during a Convulsion, .
I dren was to Carriages, buggies and wagons repaired
Disturbances of strikers not'I she has been insane at
are switch oil and ever since. reasonable rates. H. JIarvey,
0
c
BRANCH OF nearly as grave as an individual disor ;v two doors south of Powers'
th/ grocery.
I fully. of allowing ; child to':go
COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE der of the system. Overwork, loss 01
o o Rev. of their loving' hands, the parents s Mrs. Minnie McCall, Miss Lula ,Bar-
I I sleep, nervous tension will be followedby
utter collapse unless a reliable rem a home talk i maintained her in their squat co and Miss Jessie Starke will leave

CAPITAL $5O.OOO.OO o left a fine I' town tomorrow the
former
,
for Lakeland -
f edy Is immediately employ There's frame house, and for years
The singing l and the two latter for Jackson
o o nothing so efficient'> to cure disordersof I case has been the talk of the nf igh-
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ers was very ville.
the Liver
or Kidneys as Electric Bit
The children .
0 DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0 ters. It a wonderful ionic and effective and *The Magnolia restaurant, corner of
l nervine and the bright 're<}uently at night strange, un
I all round
I greatest i j i
RECEIVED.; LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT land Magnolia and Market Sts., Is open at
O AND SOLD medicine for run down systems. It screams were heard in the all hours. Meals and lunches at reasonable '
The school
I ?I :dispels Nervousness, Rheumatism and 'I house, "like the walling of rates. "Mr./ "and Mrs. W. J.

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 oOur ,Neuralgia and expels Malaria i j *" ',..
0- 0 0
0-.0--(jo, - - - germs Drugstore."I I beast," one of the neighbors Ruth, managers.K ,
4 Only 50c. and satisfaction guaranteed I I .
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstoie. I There was never any charge of Mrs. S. S. Bellamy Is entertaining

.f I preferred against the parents, Mrs. Alice Morris, Miss Caroline Hey-

< : It is told concerning Abe Gruber, the I the neighbors tolerated {the pre ward and B. Moore. The first two are
'i.: NATURE'S Rev. Bellamy's sisters.
.
1 well known New York lawyer, that: of the maniac because they knew
A c'ambtllclt:
when he was a mere lad looking for ,!jing I the ( I sad story of the family. Helen hompkin_, :_.._.-'Qtt"

Prescription{] t' something to do, he saw the sign,j.I noted mineral never permitted to go out of door /lI vegetables l r freai and salt D

"Boy Wanted" hanging outside: a I potion. I t roamed about the house at will un', fish. City r r restaurant and (.
.. .i Liver and i t cream saToon1! 49 S. Magnolia 5rT
Drugs .\... r. "- store( In New York. He picked up the' I "Take II j the violent fits came on' and then e C7. __

r;;,, (1J&; _!'I" ,. sign and entered the store. The proprietor 'I anything you was promptly shut up in tho dark,
'' % \ : Mrs. F. K. Powers is
e,jKr ;I A entertaining
t It met him. "What did youj t I closet:: until the spell had
j tof water Mesdames McWhorter and Lula Thomas -
Are fresh. .We are filling prescriptionlTizjery day bring that sign in here for?" asked the pensive i morn;. I of Jacksonville. The former Is the

and getting in. new goods every week. Besides, store-keeper. "You won't need it any I j i I Price 50c. I cousin of Mr. Powers.

For sale at Life Saved Chamberlain's Col
we have more, said Gruber, cheerfully 'Tmj by
I mail, postage *L. Green, the lightning shaver. Call
I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
going to take the job. II price. and try his shave and hair cut and Yoti

A SYSTEM OF EXCHANGE 6 3 d3m will always come. Shave, 10c.; hair
i L. Byer, a well known cooper of
cut, 25c.; honing razor 25c.; concave
A REMARKABLE RECORD
town, says he believes Chamber
I IChamberlain's
razor, 75c. All work first class. No
by which we can return anything we find unsala- ', Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea long delays; two chairs. Next door to
: Cough Remedy has (>dy saved his life last
aj
ble and for sell I summa
exchange goods we can or use. The Atlantic Alberstino Smith, on West Broadway.
remarkable record. It has been in use i j had been sick for a month with
j excursion to
Try our business methods. We are here to please the people. for over thirty years, during which with limit to the doctors called bilious dysen, At Rev. J. W. Dukes' can be found

time many million bottles have:> been'' ). and could get nothing to do him the following visitors: Chas. Pratt and
+ sive,
for $2 for
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTOREJ. sold and used. It has long been the ;! { good until he tried} this remedy. Jas. E. Curry of Jacksonville. The

standard and main reliance in the !, 5 gave him immediate relief," says former !Is a fine painter and paper

W. CASTEL Proprietor. treatment of croup in thousands of fl II I I T. Little! merchant. Hancock, M Ih hanger.

homes, yet during all this time no ]i Kale by all druggists.I .

case has ,ever been reported to i hetof i I I .-.. Airs. Lizzie Smith has opened a first
11{"E C'lleft/'ttM.otI JVo\(4'\' ".*>vjI 'L"L l+ manufacturers in which it failed to j II Ii i I L I ---- ----- class restaurant on Broadway, next to

the Powers' block. Meals and lunchesat
feet a cuie. When given as soon asj!j ALEXANDER
iERBifl I reasonable rates. Call and be con
I tNine I I the child becomes hoarse or even asi i vinced.

I Ir soon as the croupy cough appears, it I Practical

Tenths .. will prevent the attack. It is pleasantto KmN lIon. J. N. Clinton and Henr '
r..Wtt''jl '. ..... .. :'.' ,",, CARPENTER AND BUILDER son, ,,.'
t take, many children like it. It I are guests of Mrs. Ixittie Conee.Jien-

I of \ Pure Juices from Natural Roots. contains no opium or other harmful Ii estimates made on all contract ry leaves tomorrow for the I State- 'Normal

substance and may be given as confidently i i Gives.more and better work fpi school at Tallahassee!
i all the to a baby as to an adult. For money bin any other man in

DEGiILATES i the liver Stomach and Bowels, sale by all druggists.Nassa.u I II -t I I be an ente talnment at
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f PeopleSuffer ft Clevises the System Purifies the Blood j We defy l chell's Hall .OJT th and thfist.

j medicine for J A GOLYER & BROTHER .. give .bf tt 0 g Men' 'oclal
county will have a wet and 1 Kidney and 1 ,
I' Club.; ,-A contest will taka lace bet -
Malaria Biliousness dry election, October 15.
pUBES Constipation, f The Fernan- diseases 1 '
'
I en tJte ani-c Montezuma/
u dina Star is doing some good work for I i equal Crespent"
Weak Stomach and I
from aDiseased Impaired Digestion. the dry side. Ninety-eight FROM EIGHT DOLLARS ...P..... !u 1ttts. Adrr j' {cents.
with 3y i -
treated
3mtr.; peights and W. G,
Bottle Guaranteed to bare Satisfaction
Every Cure that I Material Unequaled for the Price
I IA NEW JERSEY EDITOR'S r11 Story sister and brother of Mrs. R.
:.aAIG F 3OTTI>X SBC ALL DOSLt. i serration
GO Cents. TESTIMONIAL 1 medicine I S. uarterman are paying her a visit.
Liver Price our :A I 'G, DYEING AND REPAIRING ]

--- M. T. Lynch, editor of the Phillips- I if directions I NEATLY DONE t
JAMES f. BALLARD St TRAGEDY AVERTED '
Prepared by lout Mo, will be '
\ burg, N. J., Daily Post, writes: "I have
..tif} It-.Y.evt+Q&K&&>& k'kri."'rCul4r1 used many kinds of medicines for ed.I S:mple? in Great Variety for
For sale by tbe Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstoresDR.MOFFETT'S Price 50
I I Inspection "Just in the nick of time our little
cough and colds in my family but nev >ran.thing Anti-Monopoly I 4?>1.
'ij'I boy was saved," writes Mrs. W. Watkins
so good as Foley's Honey and I -

Tar. I cannot say too much in praiseof i 1 'I SUITS rOR THE MONEY IN of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneumonia -

Cures Cfcobn-hfulN( it." Sold by the Postoffice Drug- TOWN had played sad havoc with him
.L I DlurhouD $cnttrr, on trial at I
and terrible
41 store. I a cough set in besides.
I the Bowel Troubles cf r murder of
': .'tl1llJ4 pig Children/ ofAnr e, I Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Sttike j Doctors treated him, but he grew

't 1 81f f i Aids Dlgution ItJul4tc.t. The Alabama I I worse every day. At length we tried
(TroP"t'H I NG POWDEfte\ legislature has passed
pi" the Bowels,Sum thcl\t USED I
AS A a law I NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET i Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption \
the Child and prohibiting playing baseball H
-K' ". Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, EAST"3 I and our darling was laved.I .
.w : i.. ,'l TKTHING Sundys.TO ,Door to Geo. K. Robinson, t het I
'. 1_ Or m&ll '-) tub to C. MOFFETT.. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO. I Dr. C. J. I He's now sound and well." Everybody
TfdxLoEt.Ala..JulyS: h7 ..-Do.C.J. M.>FETT-My De"ir Sir:Justice to you dtl1l&IiJ.that I ah wad ir.dos Ii I, says: "I have Cotton Buyer I ought to know, it's the only sure
m1I1ptee'uth your excellent me uclne TKLTJIIXA.: Our little cirl. Just tbirteenmoBtbi old haiUd much .
k\ll1l.etrkhLD.:. Every remedy was: exhausted ia the ihape! of prescription from family bhyiiciABi. Her baweU CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY : Tar in three ,' ,.-.--- P. O- BOX--. 134 ; cure for Coughs, Colds and all Lung
o.tiaued to off bow! 1 1 fever continued; for ; '
pad pure an kerning dar at a time H"r lift WM U moat despair of. Take Laxative Tab I
Ht mother defcrminoil to try T"ETHIXA.' in a day or two there was a great cha.llte-n.ew. We had rttara4- Bromo Quinine ,i monia with diseases. Guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly
the bowtU were realu.ut tUank to TEETBINA,tile little bibs is now dOlnz well.) lets. All druggists refund the money '
/ Tours etc., D. W. McIVEtt,Editor and Propwtor TuiktfM AUu)K.wfcFpiy.iale tt it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature c case. IEnKJDlffiYCURE.I: I Drugstore., Price 50c. and 'l.

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PURINA _MILLS _GOODS IN THE ARENAResult LUXURY IN WALKINGI I 1 FLORIDA FRUITS THE FARMER FAILSIn


Where of the Races at the I health just as docs the city-man Driving
parity is Para ount I mind what old-fashioned people First Grapefruit Left September 15. he fails commonly from the same cauae,
; I Park Yesterday stomach trouble." The farm is a
tell 'ou-Style and comfort can B. E. Raysor's Estimate
I wholesome place to live ; the farmer's
The races yostoiday drew a good} !live together in a pair of shoes! The life is a healthy life ; but no external advantages .
.I In a letter to the News from
Jacksonville
RUston Uroalifast Food/ I I(ciovul l !but not near so large as the "Dorothy 1 Dodd" proves it. can overcome the effects of a
Fla., dated September 21 .
efforts of the management of the Driv- R Diseased stomach. When the stomach
Ralston Parley Food They are the Utmost Height of Style. '' E. Raysor of Ocala gives some interesting and its allied
lug Park deserved. One reason was of
They are Shoes of Genuine DistinctionThe facts about the In organs digestion
the latH arrival of t Ill(' southbound S.A. s orange crop. and nutri ,.
Purina 1'antiake Flour
. I.. train, which wa due at 1 :48 and highest praise you can give a substance he says he has visited a tion are diseased -

" did not got in until :ISU.: shoe l lTho is to say: number of sections but has been un I the food
able to obtain definite facts. Ho believes eaten is imperfectly _

These goods areFresh amusements consisted of trot "It| has the Style of a 'Dorothy Dodd' t digestedand
that the 10
ting and] running races. damage will be ( per assimilated,

The purse for trotters\ was $100.I'. Yet the "Dorothy Dodd' is the most cent., perhaps more. lie considers and the conse-
I
comfortable shoe ever made. Do you t nearly 10 per cent. of the fruit on the quent loss of I t, 1;
I II.
From the Mill Conoloy's! lirooksville trotters."Doublet nurtition results 4I
long to walk for the pleasure of walk- i a' 4t ground. It will take two weeks to de- in der,4
Roy" and rtonevieve: driv- physical
ing. It holds the foot ',' termine the I
firmly around + 1'cl' 1 complete damage. bility.Dr. .
on by George Sprague and Allen Tuck- y
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the instep and the Much of the fruit PierceV
supports the
unsup ort j on trees has
or, and S.:1. Siandloys "Billy Shine tEd i1\ Golden
Medical
arch. You the "slouchy" been pierced by thorns, and will
Seeded Raisins driven by his owner constituted the escape not Discovery cures

trotting softies "Doublet Hoy" won gait which comes with some shoes. It \ begin shedding for ten days or two diseases of the \

gives a new poise to in weeks. He the stomach and -j r
body storm
your 1 I says was most:
i in l
and
Cleaned Currants 2:19-5. 2:18Vi: 2:10, "Gene-
walking. Your carriage is more light I severe in DeSoto and Manatee counties other organs of
viesecond and "Billy Shine" third I digestion and
and graceful. Just try which are the largest k
one pair.
orange sections
Tho latter was badly }handicapped, nutrition, and ;,:; .
Neufcttel in the state. He believes that enables the '
per-
tCream laving over-reached himself in exercising
the feet digestion <:a
market will be mined and
go to
striking the right front foot and assimilation \: '\.;;:

and Brie tearing off the shoe and cutting the THE W. J. pieces before the fruit season is commenced of food. It "t ',, S
CHAMBERS
hoof quite severely. Delay] ensued in SHOE 00t .I as shippers are gathering the builds up the

oranges from the ground and sending body with sound flesh and solid muscle."I .
Cheese. starting, as :Mr. Standley tried: to ge
OCALA FLORIDA. them .to various markets. They are used ten bottles of Dr. Pi rce'* Goldca
his horse: shod, and upon failing rather Medical Discovery and several vials of ibis,
-at the- green and unsalable. He says the 'Pleasant Pellet' a this .
than !see the sport, stopped he went year ago princ: and i
SECOND DOOR FROM have had no trouble with '.
CORNER. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. Clyde steamer which left Jacksonvillelast indigestion since *
into the race with the result indicated.It writes Mr. W. T. Thompson, of Tonslnb&oadwater .
TEAPOT GROCERY.T. Saturday took out 1600 boxes. Co., Montana. Words fail to'eU.. >
was the general impression that had how thankful I am for the relief,at I had sufiri
1 I Closing he says: "I believe there feted so much and it seemed that the doctor i
not "Hilly Shine" met with this mishap DOWN TOWN OFFICE OF 1i i WEATHER FORECAST will be few could do me no good. I got down in weight to ..
a of
cars fine
Parson
very hundred
one and
Iw'Oulll hamalle it directly hot I twenty-five pounds. and wu
SEYMOUR'S LUMBER MILL Brown oranges to go between the 5th not able to work at all. Now I weigh,ourt7
for the other crack trotters. As it was I one hundred and and can do a day'work
y A Washington, Sept. 29.-Partly cloudy and 8th of October. This is one of thee on the farm. I have recommended your medicine
I the race asery interesting.Mr. to several, and shall always have a food
Telephone or bring your orders fi tonight showers in southeast and 5fliest oranges grown, and now shows word to say for Dr.Pierce and his medicines.,

Conoloy's trotters showed beautiful all) kinds of lumber in any length o extreme south portion; Wednesday inif some color. I expect to ship the The sole motive for substitution it to
t motion and
in his "Doublet 4
Roy"he J. Starr Sternberger Phone 11C./ I partly cloudy, showers in east and extreme first,. car of really well colored and permit the dealer to make the little more

has an animal that has-a stride and t south portion. merchantable stock to leave this state. profit paid by the sale of less merit ri .

W. TroxU-r Agent for Huyler'sClll" power that will make him one of the ous medicines. He gains; you 16M,.
'. KINDERGARTEN This car will load at Micanopy on Monday therefore '
) Fresh Shipments Received famous horses of the turf, as he is OPENINGMiss accept no substitute for"Goldea
\Vt'c-kly. I OWES HIS LIFE the 28th inst., and goes to New Medical Discovery"

I I )'OIl11g.I The "sciub" race followed. There Sharpe's /ichool r will 'reopen ,I TO A NEIGHBOR'S KINDNESSMr. I Orleans. My next car will also go

HELP, THE HOSPITAL were only three entries when there Monday OctoLe/5, in the house for D. P. Daugherty, well known I All kinds of inks for everybody at ;

-- should have been dozen. merly occupied by Mr. Dukes on Second throughout Mercer and Sumner spun (Concluded on fourth page.) the Ocala News Co. a
John H.
We wish to call the attention of1ousekec'pcrs ties I
Mathews entered street. The house has been thor 'V'a.., most likely owes his life \
"Dossie, R. D. Hook-
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/ to our ilne of fine Flavoring
oughly repaired: and in order to the kindness of He
put good a neighbor.
.
(1' Anthony "Tramp) No. 2, while Ste.
Extracts, which, are first classin .for the opening. was almost hopelessly afflicted with
1Iht'l1 H. Long of Fort King avenue en :
every respect and absolutely full 1 Departments as usual-Kindergar- diarrhoea; was attended by two physicians I ImWJRDS
terPl1 "Crickrrt, a ",mall 1xin}. Therp3111'rtire BROTHERS.
strength. I riders wee IM Small, colored. ten. Primary and Preparatory. who gave him little, if any relief -

We give 10 per cent of the purchase For further information address l when a neighbor learning of his
Dick IIu'ett :and Adolph Dame.
price to any charitable organization "Crickett" 1 led 'half way around theo Miss Annie M. Sharpe, Ocala, Fla. serious condition, brought him a bottle AT THE CITY r MARKET

and you will find a coupon attached t teach ('OIlI'SI'. and his young rider turned on ". ', 1 of' Chamberlain's Colic, Choleraand

buttle. his i competitors a look of assured DEVOURED BY WORMS' Diarrhoea Remedy which cured Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis
him in less than twenty-four houis.
Our idea in taking this method to success, but the Httlo pony did not .

introduce these goods is to help the haw the sh length, and the other two Children often cry not from pain For sale by all druggists.,

Marion County 1I0 pita1. However, I gained and took the load, holding it to bu: from hunger although fed abund I ;: II WESTERN AND CHOICE FLOfllflllflTS

these coupons are made payable to the finish, but tile pony was close tot antly. The entire trouble arises from John L. Howard of Jacksonville, superintendent

(their heels. Tho other horses being inanition, their food is not assimilated in that city for the Clyde CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES "any charitable .
organization" and i
but devoured by worms. A few S. S. fine died t o,
evenly matched they came down the Monday at Clifton, N. i ;
FREE DELIVERY.
rests entirely with the purchaser as doses! of White's .TELEPHONE 10a
home stretch nock and nock, but "Dos. Cream Vermifugewill Y., where he was trying to recover his

to where the coupon goes. si('" won the da: }. Tho excitement was cause them to cease" crying and Impaired health. He was an excellent ..-..A

The price of the extracts is 15 begin to thrive at much to citizen and known
ahd cnce, very all over the state.
'ivat. Time 1:0.: ;> 1 1:07.: Purse of
cents: per bottle of One FULL Ounce $l.; for1 first and $10 .or !second. the surprise and joy of the mother. W. P. EDWARDS

and this quantity will go as far as The 25 cents at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- It is now considered probable that
judges wore Messrs. H. A. Ford.Ooorge .
some of ihe 2.::; cent bottles of so- store. Mrs. Jefferson Davis will recover. At the City Market
called "full strength" extracts. MacKay and E. P. Tha ard. ,, I

Four flavors Lemon, Vanilla( Starter Dr. .I. C. Uoozer. Timekeep- F Fresh Meat
' Strawberry and Pineapple. PI's.I'ssl': II. S. (fall, T. C. Hall and GOLD DOCKET '1.0S1'lrs. \Vm. GARDEN SEEDS Poultry, Fish and Vegetablesin

THE POSTOFFICR DRUGSTORE (CL; K. Kobinson. Clerk S. 1' Sistrunk. And [.son". lost a valuable gold locket

I Thursday, evening. .. on Fort King aVenue Our fall and winter garden and field Season

On.,it is stamped the figure of a seeds have arrived. complete line
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
COST PRICES bird. The locket had l n safety pin. of fresh, pure I'eliable't'ds.. Tydings City and Country Trade SolicitedFree
Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tah-
a Co.
Fjhder :
be
wil\ liberally rewarded, R e-
iris ThisTHE! sir; :Itm'. tfJl .
turn to Ur..\William Andersqn, Druggist -- Delivery Phone
unt ." bx... ,;,('. JI'K 2INSURANCE
AVu IIHVO: loved ho rt'iiit'tudt: 't' /'/ Ocala PJa. 9'$:;111 w. 21 YEARS A DYSPEPTICR.
\
of the Allianco. Storo Stuck l O( ROSALIND NINE '

canned, bottled aunt) Jtn'st'nt 'J' ,NEW SYRUP FOR SALEI }I. Foster, :31s. S. 2nd! St., Salt I

Lake City, writes: I have been bothered 9
I -
: Following are the names of th
groceries, etc., to the new Jl/'ims t
members:; of I the Rosalind: baseball:; 1 I am making a superior article of with dyspepsia or indigestion for HALL & RAWLS
Block where we will to
continue loam who arrived this afternoon and t new sorghum syiup. To the trade, i in 21 years; tried many doctors without ,

closo out the ling at whoiehalecost. \ ue stopping 1 at the Montey.mna: St. new barrels, for 4U cents a gallon, axford. t relief; recently I got a bottle of Her- AGENTS FOR

Don'o tail to call and\ look WIlIO'u ta. T. DuUoso. II. SIc C !. Address John S. Perry, Ox blue One bottle cured me. I am now

over the stoclThe goods arc I \oiis. Coorgo: tJilbort.: 11. Harthorf. R. ford.( ( Fla. III w-\\3t. tape'lng off on the second. I have I Standard Fire Insurance Companies and Penn Mutual

the best brauls: fresh and fIt '. 11'ils-uzV.. (Podse. II. Gardner J.Hitcbfofk recommended It to my friends, and it

KLELN & OAMPHKLi: : and I.aVinc.MACH ;Music racks and fire screens at life Is curing them too."', 50 cents at AntiMonopoly Life Insurance Co.

." (Iver & MacKay's. Drugstore.

FIRE LIFE 1

> TROUBLE ..
K ..
G< \. -_. Rooms '
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,(-::;\.; .... ;..,1'/. ';'.,;.'' .f.'"\......'rJ.,/:",'r'i'. r,_(::\I stomach for tin1 ptot four yours." says Ocala -:- -:-
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'-" r-.::. ::- VV/X'I.t I was uidiuvd to liiiv hux iif Chamber !
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;I \ T I I '1"j"'v 1I 1\!, have taUi-n pan of theist and feel al I
LJJfhkiiM:- J. VV !' I
\ ) Makers of the '
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TI -\:: t i threat deal b.-ttoc. It.you\ have any i' ;
f 'j"
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\ I 1- /i / iffifew i\/ I I1 troubleitb AW- ,
( your stomach try a box A FULL LINE OF ; '
,\\) \\ { :\ of these Tablets. You are certain Milo
I
S \ I 'I I I J Deyo
\ ; 'I 1 to be pleased! with the result. Price ,

: 1 1/l. : ,' )' r,.,t,,,' .r::.o';;wAll U.1.: :2.:i rl-ats. For sale by nil! druggists. SCHOOL BOOKSAND
o I
._;1'-: HIGHEST I ; f.

I Flavors- CREAMtRY: BUTTER GRADE. ,o5C. CIGAR i'71

The Carmichael & Son Co. keep ,
;
that have earned popularity, constantly' on hand, receiving a fresh AND- I
supply every two days, delicious pure ,
p
and some novelties that will delightyou. ; Georgia creamery butter, 2.; cents per SCHOOL SUPPLIESOF The Celebrated"EL a' PT f4 y

pound kept on ice. hone No. 37.
I TROPICO" '
----- -- : '.
Ice Cream in any quantity, the
I ATTENTION, YOUNG MEN Havana
smoothest and most wholesome.See ALL KINDS. Cigars
If you are contemplating venturinginto
' me for entertainmentsC. ..
!
: -- .
\ the matrimonial lealm. don't fail It' r., 'Sr

H. Dame to get J. A. I'ittman & Son's prices on
CHAS. .
PEYSER Prop. .
t -- ----- -------------- -- ----- --- -- furniture. They can fit you up from .

r. cellar to attic. Ocala Florida


V ForWATCHES I FOR. SALK-A fine, gentle ;high B BOY'S 51 LUNCH B BOXES AND n B BASKETS 'z -


\ And i.'ra,V bull not quite four year, ?:"old.: WORMS !, < vjMiFucd

REPAIRS His progeny speak for themsRves.Can !

J be seen. at Standard. Fla1'rice. -ATHBMASTERS--- ,1 .Quantity. Be/t In QaalitT.
-GO TO-
!*jj.elf;; you wish to improve your For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies.y

(1 F G. B.WEIH'E 1;''stock. here is a bargain. Call on or BCXi :DT ALL: Dn.: 'UG.-c.STS. .

write Jos. P Taylor Standard, Fla. .Prepared by- -...$, JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis.'
The Jeweler I 9.23dlw-wlm. &J 4 J f &r f f f 0 f& .
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A ,. > \ For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstore

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