The Ocala evening star

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


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


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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After the "auto" races at the Driving '

I Park yesterdo/ afternoon the next : i l-
'R. thing of Interest was the game of baseball iE) '
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the last of the season betweenthe E I \
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I Ocala team. The plying was good especially I .. & r __-; .." I "f
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flt.V. score fied. .of Wheeler 9 to 0 in till cala's the pitching favor, testi and: ( .T' ,): -. : ,. <: ..., ;- ,_.. '"'. A

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. r Don Ford caught for Ocala and did i it _
< splendidly. was in his old 4.'
\\Tuf-ler '
[: form and twirled the sphere to the. / We" take pleasure in announcing that onnd after October 1st 1903: will be : ,
r. we in
,. boys taste. Johnnie Pelot's shortstop .I II / a ,
: work was of the quick, direct and per !

: feet order.JIe_wim: .much l _applause,, to '
position all
I supply articles usual to the trade of '\
; Gilbert of the Rosalinds' was compell I a, strictly up to date, first-class Wholesale
ed to retire from the field with a
.; wrench in his knee, caused by a collision ,
with an Ocala boy. In results and Retail Hardware store and respectfully invite '
the patronage of the people of Ocala and .
the game was very much one-slded, 1 ,
but those who witnessed it seemed I'I
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deeply. While Interested the Jacksonville and greatly enjoyedIt. visitors the section tributary thereto, and earnestly request their assistance in furthering the efforts that / .

"bit the dust" they left the.Brick City ..
without a taste of it in their mouths. ,
I we have put forth in establishing this business
>, THE SHOOT and which we trust will prove of benefit to all.Marion ai

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The gun club has been shooting

most of'the day out at the race track ....

There are a number of entries and -. ..:..-
some fine scores were made. It will ,
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be late before they finish shooting. \
Each contestant fires 150 shots.
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Star man did not include E. Hardware Companye
Smith In the automobile race contestants .
yesterday from the fact that the ,
starter told him that Mr. Smith was .
only running, for pleasure and did not ,
enter. Mr. Smith was second in thrace .

with his fine Oldsmobile. THE FIRM NAME AND STYLE under which we propose to operate, with display


a The Norma Martinez, the C. H. Sf 1 and store rooms on northwest corner of jiblie-. ormerly Alliance Store) this city, and

the El Solo and the Fama Nacional ftourot .f '. ,

Tampa the and best many 5 cent others cigars to be made foundin i in we sincerely hope that our frie ," assist us in makin th same a household word and one

T. W. Troxler's cigar case. .... .
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that will in all future stanj or integrity honesty' and absolute '
Messrs. J. R. and S. R. Covington f ness to all.

father and son, of Stevensburg Va., '.I near Alexandria, were in the city yesterday ,
calling on Mr. Ben Raysor the I We propose to %fish only such goods as are strictly first-class every particular and 'at
former gentleman being a friend of .
Mrs. Raysor, Ben's mother before her I .
marriage. These gentlemen visited I such prices that wdtope will meet with approval We have care fly selected our, of
the Manatee section, 'but it did not S
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strike them favorably. Ben feels satisfied

however, if they will look over employes with th iew ot obtaining such persons only as are perfec f gentlemen and who will
Marion county they will find what they, I "
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are looking for. They are now in Anthony ,
interviewing the truckers there. treat all with pjlitfeness and courtesy. S


C.'W. Landis, porter for the Oriental Incident t
Hotel Chanute: Kan., says: : "I
know what it was to suffer with neuralgia i j General Hardware Business conducted by A. E. Delouest and we respectfully solicit the patronage -
deed I did, and I got a bottlo of !
Rallard's Snow Liniment and 'I was:: \ / '
raised from the deal} I tried to get and well wishes' f all of his old'friends.. '. .
Borne more, but before I had 'depos- /
.&1' of my bottle I was cured entirel : '
I am tellin' de truth, too." 2r ic., &0e. '
and store.$1 at the Anti-Monopoly Drug\: Our business is intende I f S[of all branches of current, industries in and

Mr. Peter, -L. Dur-' -(-)(.>...-from_.. --" ... around this section and to furnish the needed supplies, for building operations of all kinds, farming \ I .

I the river, was in town Tuesday. --\1

Icy brought a blind with youth him, David whom t Augustus he sent to the 1t.1 I! machinery, and tools, phosphate plants; saw mills, naval stores manufacturers, machinists,

deaf dumb and blind institute. at St. I
Augustine. Mr. Holliy hasrVon an inmate t.i> s, and household fittings of every kind. I '
of this school
{ {)several years '
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and has made
, \\ondorful progress. He
Is quitea musician playing several instruments "

and bottomer well his, and works as is a chair revelation maker'I We respectfully invite an .inspection of, our stock on October 1st and -zany time thereafter
Mr. Durisoe, in passing the Star t \ ;
flee brought in his blind young (friend..I and promise to do our utmost to render satisfaction.
who showed the Star people how to \ write. The writing'h done on a metal II II1 ; .
\1 slate ten inches long and an inch and ;! Please refer to this paper hereafter for general advertisement of this company. I
a half) wide. The top ]piece is ma ark' : .
I into five rows of holes a quarter of an N .
Inch square. On the lace of the slate'I Respectfully,. / ,
side are four indentations to each i
square, and with a metal stilus he S .
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punctures a piece of in characters
paper: S ;
for the blind, and in this way S ,
writing his thoughts. Mr. Holley ii is a T. C. HALL, 1 : l' ,

bright youth, talks lluently and ply: 8- .. T. E. BRIDGES,
antly but has been blind from his; T. W. SMITH, Comprising the Firm
birth. He deems the St. Augustine i institute .I S. H. BLITCH,
one of the best in the state: -
5 S.A. RAWLS .
and is sorry the legislature was not /
more liberal in its appropriations to J. ,
it. .
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Eigh\Lour laws are Ijn tireles little workers .Dr. King'sat I ,-
New Lite Pills. Millions are always at .
work, luring Indigestion, \\nilh.JUsness// .
., Consti Boni 1 Sick Heada
Stomac, L\ver and Bow t l troubles.
Easy, plVaratt, safe sure. Only 25 cts. OCHLH -
the A ti-. onopol" Drug More. FL0RIDH. "


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One of the men's dormitories at Stetson YfJANTED the progressive cit

C. I. Grace went to Tampa today. I University, DC Land, was destroyed : insurance man wit-
I this morning by fire. The building I Ii \ shoot of the gun "

Dame leads In ice cream. Others i cost $4000 and was insured: for $2000. hundred o !! afternoon, and was so D54 FOR SALE-Store and dwelling, two blocks from square, $1000.

follow tf The hall will be rebuilt at once. fine shooting that he f D35: FOR SALE-Two-story house on Wyoming St., cost $1600 to build, $900. '
j I D5C FOR SALE-Nice home on North Wautula avenue, $1100. 0 ;
I Thsand Heap I Ford to put up $10 in .
Frank Eachelberger! of Tampa is visiting I 1)37:; SAI.lUeshlence
Mrs. TOR now occupied by Mr. Reagan; bathroom and sta- I
W. II. Chailk- of Miami, who to be contested for by

in Ocala. 4 I has been the guest of Mrs. A. J. Leavengood Hoks. Addrcsi of the Ocala Gun Club "bfc, $2200. i <

I I D74 FOR S.\LE-J.'im small cottages, with fireplace, each $100.
I for several days left for home the near future. Pres- I .

\\'ASTI-Young[ lady cashier. A. today. She made the Star office a I \ W. A. PEL( T the proffer gladly.) D4G FOl/l/ SALE-TYTO five-room cottages on Franklin St., each, $500.
Brown & Bro. 9-30d3t. t DCO FOR SALE Five-room >
pleasant call and reports that Mr. cottage on Pine street, one stable and wagon

S t. Marion yFarms.101lm shed, corner lot, $G50. .
Chaille and son Joe, are doing a nice TO IMMENSE SIZE #
1.*W. Jackson of Istachatta, is at i
.. business in their racket store. The D75 FOR SALE-Two-story residence on Ocklawaha avenue, next door to ..
the Montezuma.A I .'
other two boys, Floyd! and Lloyd, are I trouble so bad I could Judge Hocker's, $1000. t :

living at home. Lloyd is train masterin J. J. Cox of Valley D71 FOR SALE-Two cottages on Brown street, next to Gates' new house.
lot of the latest novels 'just in at STO E TO each $500.
the switch yard! and Floyd is run Iy feet were swollen to ,

the Ocala. News Co. ning baggage on the train out of Miami. Our store willyC closed and I was confined to my DC1 FOR: SALE-Cottage occupied! by p. y. Leavengood, $700. l

r Mrs. Ciiaille is in exceJlent were unable to give 1)43 FOR SALE-St. Johns House, opposite S: A. L. freight depot, twenty-
of J is oliday.
W. R. Dennis of Brooksville was at on account
tight rooms, $1000.
: health. She she / My doctor finally pre- \
says has not taken a RKHnai & ...
the Club House today. drop of medicine since she struck the II Kidney Cure, which D47 FOR SALE-The July Brown house, near Falana's store, $100.

Iabc.: City.- o( me." Sold by the DSO FOR SALE-Cottage in Marti City, $75. .
A fine line of cut glass just receivedat Pure drugs carefully t
: D62 FOR SALE-Seven-room house North: Main street, $S00. .
the Ocala Music Co. in our prescription department. lore\ ;
D7C FOR SALE-Beautiful home
large grounds, stable, $2000.
HOW'S THIS? clings & Co.JGeorge 0
ED RYE K5.., FOR SALE-Winter home at Oak Lawn, tennis court, $2000. '
J. 1. Watkins of Suramerfield was at Do3 FOR SALE-House occupied by/ Mr. Drilling. $500. '1
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward Giles & Co. ginned ten I' sale *ltheOCALA \ I
the\ Montezuma yesterday.It for any case of Catarrh that cannot of'cotton'last week. t SEED STORE DSlj FOR SALE New cottages in' 1itchel1's addition, lots 40x115 ft, $150. '

bo cured! by Hall' Catarrh Cure. t DS2 9'OR SALE-Flewellen place, new Emerson Home School, $200.

is Is given the best up in by the all city.that Dam'e'scream U F. J CHENEY & CO., Toleda, O. I Handsome comb and brush and ATTen Stevens of 'Sparr D33 FOR SALE Four-room cottage on Pine street, good condition, $300.

D73 FOR SALE-Beautiful home on Buekalew Heights, opposite Mr. Camp's
We, the undersigned, have known F. icure sets, and many odd and '"today and made th' '
residence; $2300.:
S. A. Rawls went to Dunnellon yesterday 1. Cheney for the last 15 years, and pieces in silver, solid and plated. call to see the presses "
R75 FOR SALE-Lots on North First street, near North High street $100.
to inspect convicts. believe him perfectly honorable in all Music Co. / in operation. They
D72 FOR SALE-Residence now being occupied b3\Miss Virginia Campbell,
business transactions! : and financially 'of their children with II
Earl street, $1800.
For your embroidery) go to the New able to carry out any obligatons made John E. Charles of Oxford is vens is in charge of the j
Rib FOR SALE-Two lots on Buckalew avenue opposite Mr. Ford's home,
Idea/next to Mclver &; MacKay.Life's by his firm. ing, with an expert, to go into at Sparr, a successful each .
j $100.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, chicken raising business on a and a friend of the .
,_ .-.. .-." .-, D78 FOR SALE-Mr. George Mathcw's residence, 8 rooms, all conveniences,
walk made by wearing Toledo 0.Walding.
easy scale the first of the year -$800.
Crossett's shoes. Rheinauer & Co. Kinnan & Marvin Whole-
K55 FOR SALE-Nic& house with 25 acres, near Orange Lake, $1000.
ale Druggists, Toledo, O. If there is anything in a name '
C9S FOR SALE-5G acres hammock land, four miles from city, with nice
A full line of school books and Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- "Regina" means $3 worth of the KINDNESS .
5-room house, $400.
school supplies at the Ocala News Co. nally, acting directly upon the blood blest comfort a woman ever put
Daugherty, well known C99 FOR SALE-20 acres fenced, 2'/2 miles east of city, 4-room house, $400.
and surfaces of the
J' mucous system. feet. We have our new line of
A. E. Delouost and wife will arrive I I and Sumner coun- CO 7 FOR SALE-SO acres, 2 miles from city, C-room house, with barn, etc,
Testimonials sent free. Price, 75 cts. shoes in.. Rheinauer & Co.
home from Indiana in about) ten days.A per bottle. Sold by all druggists.Hall's likely owes his life $1100.

. of a neighbor. He C83 ;OR SALE-19 acres, 1% miles from city, Groom house, fruit trees,
Pills the best.
Family are That state fair ghost will not '
bVautiful line of sterling silver afflicted with $:;60. .
The Lake City Index insists the
goods} just received. Ocala Music Cti. attended by two ph)- C94 FOR SALE-SO acres on Kcndrick hard road, 3-4 )mile from city, per
A. B. Lees of Lce.sburs was at the
ure is due to that city or
him little, it any, re acre, $10.

Harvey Dunn of Citra and E. H. Hall I Montezuma, last, night. county, as the money a learning of his I C9C FOR SALE-20 acres, 3 miles from city, 5-room house, barn, etc.,, $300.
both would than offset the
more brought him A, bot- K56 FOR SALE-Five cottages at Holder
of Lynn were at the Club House today. 103quitoets, and the noted Per-, gations incurred by the people. 2-1'0011\, $250. '
fection Canopy and Frame. At Mc. I Colic, Cholera C95 FOR SALE 15 acres, 4 miles east of city, 5-room house and barn, $200.
Index calls the treasurer
Remedy, which cured R72 FOR SALE-Lots in Munden's addition each -
I lver & MacKay's.Henry I $10.
state fair to make a financial
than twenty-four hOUl s. R71 FOR SALE-Beautiful lot on Exposition avenue, $200. ,
The "Duttenhofer" is tne finest shoe which he has done. I II
ment, never
Gordon, G. W. Moyer and Albert druggists. DJ9 FOR SALE-New house on North Wautula avenue, 3 rooms, $150. f
made for ladies. Sold
only by
the old state fair
I don't
) Miller of Dunn&llon were in the ] DSO FOR SALE 7-room house North Wautula avenue, $1000. '
mand this statement all
city today. II so Camp, MacKay, Cros- R70 FOR SALE Desirable lots in Mftcheil's addition, $15 to $CO.
r r- tti where the institution is at, .1I
indulged in a practice, R77 FOR SALE-One acre near Mr. Camp's hause, $650.
Guy Ayer l leaves tomorrow for At-
)j For a bilious attack take Chamberlain's I I yesterday afternoon C100 FOR SALE-25: acres, with 2-room cottage, two miles from town, $300.
lanta to take 'a.position with a drug CURED HEMORRHAGES ,
Stomach and Liver Tablets anda excellent work. Their -
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hOllsl'4. __--4- .--- quick cure is certain. For sale. by -I- / OF THE drew quite a con
all druggists. /'i "I who admired THESE; ARE A FEWINTERESTED
,_ "SeveraUyeaj-s since m)' lungs the .
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Shoes that please the children at I '
so badly effected that I had many the flying pigeons. ,
prices that please the parents. line-in Benjio Weathers, left today for Floral orrhages'' writes A. M. Ake of' \ .' ? i ,

aver & Co. f City to take the position of bookkeeper Ind. "(' took treatment with I EDI "OR'

I and cashier'for the Bradley physiciajis i without any benet I _:; TESTIMONIAL' DOITNOW

John Bcatey, the well known phosphate Phosphate Co. ) .
started to take Foley's Honey I
., /editor Of the P illips-
man of Bartow, was in town yes -- .. I 'G'J
and myyungs% are now ay sound Iy Post, writes: "I have

terday. CROUP i bullet. I recommend j fin )lds of medicines' for SEE J. STARR

The where'youcan Usually begins with the symptoms of stages of\nng troubl /' Sold in my family but never STERNBERGER
only place in town
I a common cold; there is chilliness, Postoffice DnTgsTore. \} as Foley's Honey and I'
get pure cream is at C. 11. Dame's. '
I sneezing, sore throat hot skin, quick
Next to Mrs. Hick's. tf say too much' in praise ,
I )pulse\ hoarseness and impeded respir C. H. Berlon, Thomasville, ; by the Postoffice Drug- I

J. M. Bpn ton has returned from t At- I ation. Nlive: frequent small)) doses of G. Crensh'aw, Monte Vista; W. D. FALL STOCK ARIUVINGO

lanta. Mrs. Benton and son will remain 'I Ball-lid's Horehouml Syrup, (the child aly, Enville, and W. B. Jarrell of "

until cod! weather. I will: cry for it) and at the first sign ofI I nellon, were at the Club House !! _a former Ocala boy ,

I croupycough, apply frequently Bal- day. insurance man of

lard's Snow Liniment externally to the
The cheapest line of embroidery in was with us for a day -
throat. '!50 cents at the Anti-Monopoly Avoid serious results of t ,
town can: be found at the New Idea, k at the expanding city I
II! bladder disorder by Taking
next to Mclver & MacKay.1'licve Drugstore.
t night. Our handsome Fall and Winter stock ofMILLINERy'
---, Kidney( Cure. Sold by the :/

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were thirty-fivo \'al:;; at John Polot i is assisting T. W. Trox- I Drugstore. A DYSPEPTIC-- '-

e the Ocala) ]House yesterday and a like111111I111'1' ler during) \ the illness of P. W. Whit :
sides. J E. C. Smith, Funeral;
I at the Montezuma.
I Embalmer. Day phone, No. 10. 318, S. 2nd St., Salt

I and Sunday, No. 94. Ocala, Fla. I : I have been both-
I will srll at a sacrifice, the Israel The members :
of the Junior Auxiliary $ or indigestion for is arriving daily Newest shapes and colors of

Brown lyt-t i Kold within thhtylays. of Grace] church will give a silver; ; many doctors without

II I. Sl lprr Stewibergcr.Jr t I ton at the rcctoiy on Friday next from ; I got a bottle of'Her '

-....--- 3 to'U: I p. in., in till of a fund for thechurch JUST I (I M (i cured me. I am nbw READY-TO-WEAR HATS'FINE

HOGS WAl'\TI Jl ;D-(int't hundred home and I hospital inOrlan I I on the second. I hare t
head of stock
hogs wanted at I
once.Apply *
do.\ The young people extend a cordial i iinvitation it to my friends, and it
to .1'|M. MetTert, Ccala, Fla.: I\ OSTRICH PLUMES ,
: : --I' to-all.The = I I" 50 cents at An-1 ,

Alfred HefckJpIXJjCst) niaht for Now
I ) A. C. I L. excursion to Tampa
York to take a coursein )pharmacy ; NOVELTIES in RIBBONS.
passed: : south with six coaches'paekrl.
the New York ('ollegoVf/Pharniacy.: i About forty persons left from We are selling the bookkeeper for Hub. .
left last night for his
'---= Orala. taking the Ocala colored band of Long Vails for Draping Hats
Pretty library and parlor tables, with them. a month at his old
odd shapes and finishes, jardiniere Genuine ( Mass

and lamp stands. At Mclver & Mac1Kay's. --

I f j jMr. I His Life Saved by Chamberlain's Colic FOR PNEUMONIA I I FRENCH PATTERN HATS

Cholera and Diarrhoea< Remedy i
iI $tAp and $1.25

Lot-lxhart, manager: of McGrath's II -- Bishop of Agnew, Mich., i

saloon, left today for ]Hot Springs. Mason "B. L. Byer, .-; well known cooper of : used Foley's Honey and Handsomest ever shown here,

Tison will have charge of the saloon this town says lie believe Chamberlaiu'.s 69 Cents. ; very severe cases of pneu I to arrive in a few days.

'olio. Chol.-ra and DiarrhoeaIkMnody
_, during his absence. good results In every
saved his lift List ,

Mrs. Peter Ingram has opened an establishment Ho bad boon sick foi a snmnwr'l Ii f Drugstore.substitutes. Sold by GALL ON US'FOR YOUR MILLINERY

at her home on North\ ,i what the doctors called bilious dyson-1!
Magnolia street for the making ot la- tar}'. and could get nothing to do him | Bargains in this ma who has discarded the MRS. LUCIE F. B. EATON.Mrs. .

dies') taliormatle, skirts. any go vl 1 until he tried tins remedy.It ,
the orange sprout, was
g"ahim immediate relief saysit. Hick's Old Stand.
II are few so be ( to meet his wife in
Mr. W. W. Condon leaves on October T. Little moichnnt. Hancock. :\111.1 j jKo t very ,
I V Yarn has been visiting -
u for 1':l'r 01'k to buy our big holiday *-nleby all 11rI( gists. i -
at Dalton Ga. She was
line. Any special orders in our ed and come.BOSTON DAY PHONE 117 NIGHT PHONE 39

line left with us before that time will Robert Mu.icloy. colored! was fined J Jl t tIJ by her sister Miss Fleda... .
Varn, wife and sister
receive his personal attention Ocala >:J and costs in the mayor's court this | Rraidentown. where they CROSBY & HALL

Music Co.Pray'r morning for being drunk and disorderly. -

Two fines of $2."o each were asessed .

; yesterday against colored) indi I
at the
meeting Presbyterian
vidunls:: for the samf offense. RIOTS GENERAL LIVERYMEN
chinch this evening at 7:30.: Subject: *> a I\
"Behold he prayeth." .\ cordial invi J
IT 6AVED HIS LEG I of strikers are not .
tation to all. The members of the
Our Grand "
/ \ as an individual disor
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Presbyterian church are requested to
rom('. P. A.yJamorth Of LaGrange, Ga., suffered Overwork, loss ot Fine Carriages, Buggies and TrapsDrummers'

fix months with tension will be followed
a frightful and Winter I Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.
runni S sore on his I<>rLut; writes j jucklen's unless a reliable rem- :
Captain C..1. Joseph proprietor of i .
that Arnica Salve \vhollyj employe \There's
the Montezuma Hotel. W. T. Rile-, I
cured it in five days. Fpr, Ulcers, !I to cure disorders FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES
president of the Montgomery Cooperage will be
1VounE,, Piles it's the best salve Inthe i Kidneys as Electric Bit ,
Company Ala.. Mr. '
Montgomery i ionic and effect-
woiW. Cure Only 25'1 II
guaranteed. t .
Scovill of Savannah and E. Gary of the cents. Hold by the fnti. lonOpoIY j : the greatest all round Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses ,

eesburg Cooperage Coo, returned today I I later. down It
DrugstOi'oNur 4/I I II systems. Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. .
from a fishing trip to Homosassa. Rheumatism and
They had fine success, catching 125 I
If you want good cream, go to 'I expels :Malaria germs.

pounds. Messrs. Riley and Scovill returned 1 Dames He call furnish it In any Slo'ekltdnaJ satisfaction guaranteed Crosby 4t. Hallw

home this afternoon. quantity and on short notice I tafe. turi So .. lonopolr Drugstoe.


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MCIVER & MACKAY I .Colored Folks' ,Column I II I' ehronic' SoresI' ,

I Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor

I A Constant Drain)
I Bating Ulcers)
Ocala, ,, a Read tomorrow's Star. It may belApply Upon the System.;

interesting Nothing is a source of so much trouble as an old sore or ulcer, particularly -;

when located upon the lower extremities where the circulation is weak

Phosphate Minin and Washing Machinery WANMTO Sbrffsternberg IJJ||?k mason. to, and sluggish. A gangrenous eating ulcer upon the leg is a frightful sight,i
J. and as the poison burrows deeper and deeper into the tissue beneath and the'I

7 I sore continues to spread, one can almost see the flesh melting away and feel
Surreys .... Mrs. T. L. McCoy left today for Floral -; the strength going out with the sickening discharges. Great running sores,

Wagons Biggies Phaetons Carriages City on a short visit and deep offensive ulcers often develop from a simple boil, swollen gland\ ,;
bruise or pimple, and are a threatening danger always, because, while all

) Mrs: Gracie Frazier and daughter, such.sores are not cancerous, a great many are, and this should make you

Miss! Rosebud, left for Tampa today.M. I suspicious of all chronic, slow-healing ulcers and sores, particularly if, can-

HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS i i cer runs in your family. Face sores are commo cattle the greatest;;,
C. Falana keeps a 'full supply of annoyance they are so persistent '
and unsightly and detract so / t
groceries and Tucker
dry goods
'ii much from one's personal appearance ; {
Hill. Gentlemen Ab t ten years ago *
Middle and old people small sore came on etch of my ankles
Building Materials Every Kind and Description those whose blood is contamina and Dew got into the place and they be-,
i Matt Williams, the expert bicycle tainted with the and r : ofmalaria came large, eating ulceft, and I sufgerms -!
poison fered intensely for nearly ten years.i '
rider of Tampa, is visiting Willie Du-
or some previous siekness, are I had spent more than $ 00.00 try-i;
Bose. the chief sufferers from cfironic sores ing to get well when I hanced to'; ,,:.':'
FUR ITURE 0 ALL: KINDS and see 8.8.8. advertised in 4 Memphis'paper.
ulcers While the blood remains:; in I began to take it and was
Miss Serena Bowks, one of Orlando's an unhealthy, pollute condItion healing cured. My limbs have ever been

\,. popular belles, is visiting Miss Annie is impossible, qftd the sore willcontinue sore or given me any ain at all,
.,A since. I have recommen ed S. S. B.
PHOSPHA TSINSTALLED Haramon. to grow a spread in spite of to a great many people,afaA am now
washes and salves fir any superficial or giving: it to my nineyeaold sonsickness(Q/) ,)
surface treatment/for the sore is but Eczema. During my lo I ,
Wildwood camp meeting commences the outward sim of some constitutional was living near,Memph ,Tenn. but
COMPLETE October 8 have since romoved to bUT.
lasting ten days. Rates via ? neat
disorder, a bad condition of and am now residin at Ho. 614
.. the S. A.I L. I the blood and I system which I local East Sixteenth Street.
\ remedies cannotf A blood Mrs.B. HAKBIS.aged .
cure. purifier
00- 00- 00- 00- 00- 0- 00- o- .o-'oO -:- PINE PENCILINGS'' W. F. Jones left for Tampa yesterday and tonic is wiat you need. Some Kansas City, Mo. '

f fI on business.Jt He will return in a thing to cleans<| the blood, restore its lost properties, quicken the circnla'

The McEachan Lumber Company is short while. tion and invigirate the constitution, and S. S. S. is justsrach a remedy. ,
Commercial Bank S. S. S. reaehes these old chronic sores through the flood. .It goes to
? doing a big business here now. The
( t Miss Helen Ross of Jacksonville is the very root of the trouble and counteracts and remove from the blood all

BRANCH OF O :concern has purchased a locomotivewith in the city at the home of Miss Ro- the impurities aid poisons, and gradually builds up the entire system and)!
which to pull logs to the mill, anda
setta Wilson. Strengthens \luggish circulation, and when the bjo'od has been purified)
o COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE 0 new steamboat to carry the productof and the system rged of all morbid,' .

the mill from Pine to Meadow, \ matter the healing
I I unhealthy process
You can get the photo of James Polite ''
where they connect with the SeaboardAir I begins, and ulcer or sore ,is soon I
SO.OOO.OO who was hung not long ago, at
Line. They have recently purchased entirely go I
the Dixie Gallery. -
S. S .contains no mineral or polson-
o O a large tract of pine timber, and
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ugs of any description, but is, guar-
have bids in on a still larger area. Mrs. Eliza Washington, who has i I
anteed a purely vegetable remedy, a blood
Q DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0 Robert Monroe, the postmaster, will been visiting Mrs. Garrison, left for purifier and tonic combined and a safe and permanent cure for chronic sores

RECEIVED.; LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT 1 soon sell his third interest in the turpentine 1 her home in Jacksonville today. ani ulcers. If you have a slow-healing sore of any kind, external or internal,

O AND SOLD 01 ,business here and return to f write us about it, and our physicians will advise you without charge. Bookon

I I his old home in North Carolina. Marion Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Tiggs of Talla "The Blood and Its Diseases free. |

0. 00- 00- 00- 0- 0-J0- 00- 0--0-'0--'0- Grantham will probably be in hassee, who have been visiting Mrs.! THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.' .
stalled as postmaster. G. Lunnon, returned home today. --
W. L. Martin sold an acre of sugar 'j<

cane the other day which netted him Misses Ruble Racket and Carrie

Our W.t about $185. He has ten acres of very Mays of Gainesville are spending awhile Nine 1Ej11EOT! (

/ fine velvet beans which\ will possibly I with Miss Hattie Casminski. I I

yield forty bushels to the
acre. i Comfortable lodging and first class Tenths
Prescription'J.'J. t l rn'IR., .
The report has been circulated that
'J.I board at reasonable rates at.the Mack
I ii ii Charles Thomas has been of-
I Captain House on West Broadway i of Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
/ fered a "long" price for his farm, tim- II

'rugs /' i l i bered land and stock. He 'recently Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Long and Miss I i all the

/ made a price of $16,000 to a Georgia Minnie Boyd, sister of Mrs. Dr. Ben- EGUIATES the 1 liver, Stomach and Bowels,

Are fresh. We are filling prescriptions every-day concern, and it is the opinion of those I ton, spent a pleasant time in our city. PeopleSuffer < Cleanses: the System 1, Purifies I the Blood,
who know the present value of pine :They left for Tampa today. I
and new goods week. 'Besides
getting every timber and live stock, that this price I '
have 1 will be I Does your horse interfere or t jpllRES Malaria, Biliousness I Constipation,
we readily accepted.

7I I strike Carriages? If, buggies so, call and and give wagons me a repaired trial. from a' !! r3eak/ Stomach and Impaired Digestion.

A SypTEM OF EXCHANGE, KALOLACRYSTALLrZED N at reasonable rates. H. Harvey, i if Every oma. Guarz }teed f to Gila Satisfaction
two doors south of Powers' grocery.Rev |
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/ DiseaSoCll\ :Z.J1T3G: F I10T'I'Z,1 $31d1'JLL DOSE.I

by which we can return anything find tmsala- MINERAL WATER I v* B. J. Shannon of Jacksonville I f, \ FJ ice, riO Cents.

ble and Exchange for goods we can sell or use. NATURE'S NATURAL REMEDYA preached an able sermon at Zion M. E.I
Prepared by JAMES: r. BAUARD Sc. LouIs Mo' j
I r comb'jiat'.on\ of crystals contain church last night. He is a guest of the )
Try our business mcthols.Ve are here to please the people.ANTIPONOPO1X' I' "' ....,;,c "';"' 'i ''. Y fI1I.''. ''t'.V ''. ''' .A(''
ing the medicinal properties of four
editor. He Reddick
goes to. today and For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores '
noted mineral springs. Cures Consti- will) return home Friday. ..
ST REn Stomach ----- -- -- -- -- ----- -- ---- -----
pation Indigestion, Kidney ::

Liver and Bladder troubles. The Magnolia restaurant, corner of

W.t EL, Proprietor. "Take KALOLA six days and eat Magnolia and Market Sts., is open at Dfl. MOFFETT'3't Cures Chciera-lofaoium
t DiarrhoeaD'senEe .and
anything you want. all hours. Meals and lunches at reasonable -i ry
_ ___ ___ __ = A, teaspoonful dissolved in a glassof I I l : tie Bowel Troubles of
rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. t k Children of Any Age.
water makes a delightful and inexpensive -
Ruth, managers. .f.r YF Aids Digestion, Regulates
More Than morning laxative. 6 Apt st [(TCCTHING POV/D5RS)1) the Bowels,Strengthen*
a ?
Price 50c: and $1. I The S. A. L. Is the shortest and most Casts Only 25 cents at Druggists the Chi!.d and ,fakes
For sale at sent ,
drugstores or by TEETHING EASY,
i direct line to Jacksonville to attend
mail postage prepaid, upon receipt of Or mail 25 cents to C. J. MCFFETT, M. D.t ST. LOUIS MO.
$ Million Dollars ", I the carnival in November I TUSKhGEB.Ala.Julv'<.-OR.C.J.Mi.TETT-My UeurSirJinticetoymii1'inand UjalI h.mM,,iM you
$ price. KALOLA COMPANY, my experience youreitellent nuiieineeTEETIUNA. Our Imler.rl, Jn-t tiijrtwn; months old,ha.ifcaJ mm.h
6 3 d3m Savannah, Ga. IrouMetee'.hinff. Every remedy was exhausted in the! ?Gape of prescrlptwrs frum f..m ly physicians. list bowels
I *L. Green, the lightning shaver. Call continued to I>a 8 lift pure bind' and fer,.rcuctnu<'>l for deya ut a time. liar ire ai almost despaired of.
i Her mother determined to try TI.hnil.N A,amt in a d,17 orto there was a icrdat ttiange-new i.fe taj returnedUie -
of Florida and try his shave and hair cut and you bo eU were regular,and t>anki t<>1'KKTlilV A.the hula 11 nowduinywelt. ,
capital gtfar ,. Yours,etc., D. R'. Melt LK,fM'tor and X
.".. A. C. L. MAIN LINE will always come. Shave, lOc.; hair ProprietorTuskegwiAla.) wi.
.. antecs this fr_ f 1'vegetaUe % 4 cut. 23c.; honing razor, 25c.; concave For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores.t .

\ North Bound ? -- --------
renfedy to cure razor 75c. All work first class. No --

;* .s \ Arrive Ocala, 1:10 p. ni. long delays; two chairs. Next door'to
or money back ; \ Leave Ocala, 1:30 p. m. SEABOARDAIR
__ -. __ __ .. :Alberstinc Smith, on West Broadway.
South Bound
II Rev. G. F. Lunnon reports an excellent .
Arrive Ocala, 2:40: p. m. I LINE RAILWAYFor
i Cures: : 1 Leave Ocala, 3 p. m. 1S.S.O.&G J I )] revival at his church. Four,

I 1 I teen candidates for baptism.
f.f i .
', Catarrhal affection of ,the nasal Leave Ocala, 7:05: a. m I II Mrs. Lizzie Smith has opened a first I -

J passages, bronchial tubes, lungs, restaurant on Broadway, next to
Arrive Ocala, 12:35 I
: noou.Arrive II
I the Powers' block. Meals and lunchesat WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK
.> *c bladder and .
rr t I kidneys stomach. Ocala. 6:30 p. m. .
,fv I Also ./ i I reasonable rate Call and be con TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
." vinced.
I DEVOURED BY WORMS I i, Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
Rev. Countee, the pastor elect of the ,
Nervous Indigestion I .
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Children often cry, not from pain, i Covenant Baptist church, informed the MODERN PULLI/\N EQUIPMENTOnly
but from hunger, although fed abund editor .ast Saturday in Jacksonville'that '

Consumption// any I disease antly. The entire trouble arises from I j he would reach Ocala Saturdayand Line operating Daily Through I Sleepers fro:n Jacksonville to New

of the mucous membranes. inanition, their food is not assimilate fill his pulpit on Sunday, October4th. Orleans

I/i ed, but devoured% by worms. A few 1{ For full information and sleeper reservations call on any agentA.
1 MacDOXRLL Ast. Gen. Pass '
.: doses of White's Cream Vermifuge Agent,
As a'Tonic ] Miss Estelle Idleberger of Jacksonville Jacksonville, Florida. '
I will cause them to cease crying and I)
a -t i who has been the guest of Miss JOHN DOZIER Agent. W. W. CONDON, City Ticket Agent,
-r- begin to thrive at cnce, very much to
I Mary Etta Brooks, left for home today. Ocala. Florida.
it gives appetite, builds up the the surprise and joy of the mother.

25 cents at the --- -- -- --- -- ----
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wy system, banishes that tired Anti-Monopoly Drug- W. C. Davis of Tampa has been in

store.SEABAllD. the city visiting his best The w, ww
feeling, makes the weak strong fWHlTI 'SCREAM
I bells will Guess who?
ring soon. ,

iA Sold in Ocala byTYDINGS AIR LINE RAILWAY "'-' .,.

KSON 'I!lc.FLA.. UrS i I & COI For 20 Years Has Led ail 'IIorn1 Hsmediss, \

I I SPECIAL RATES$19.75GREENSBORO Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a I BOLC: 3TT ,ALL X>33.T7GrOZC3lPBJAF3E8 .

remarkable record. It has been in use I Prepared bye, # F. BALLARD, St. Louis.For .
N. C., and re
turn. Tickets on sale October 9 and for over thirty )years during which sale by the Anti-Mondpoly Drug store and all other leading drugstores
time million bottles have been .
10; good returning fifteen days from : -
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c. GRACE sold and used. It has long been the
date of
A.Denlei sale. Extension to October I
standard and main reliance in the
31 obtainable upon payment of fee of j Fresh Meat and Game
InRough 50 cents. i treatment of croup in thousands of

J 1 homes, yet during all this time no
$3.30-JACKSONVILLE, FLA., and re-1
and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring turn. Tickets on sale November 2 !case has ever been reported to the We keep on hand a full line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and

Ceiling and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick. to 6, inclusive; limited returning to manufacturers in whicht failed to effect Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc
a cure. When given as soon as
November 8. | Careful attention to orders and quick delivery '
Manufacturer of iI the child becomes hoarse or even as

$28.55-HOT SPRINGS, ARK., and re'i|soon as the croupy cough appears, it Proprietor. t-

Turned Baliusters Casings, Newels ,Columns, turn. Tickets on Wednesdays will prevent the attack. It is pleasantto

Door and Window Frames, Mantles, Church Seats, Pulpits and within Saturdays 60 limited to return ']: take, many children like it. It CITY Md&RlT._
days from
date of sale.
contains no opium or other harmful
School Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I
John DozIer, vV. \y. Condon, |'i substance and may be given as confidently

am constantly receiving lumber and can fill orders for any Agent, City Ticket Agent to a baby as to an adult. For RKB 1d@ B t'vs tlt. 2 t1ftISt

quantities siZes. Pi om p+ness a Specialty Ocala, Pia. ,sale by all druggists. fll onevet)
I I Cures s car 40ncD. .CrpL.D; : .; ${9. 1/7V1P I>> X. 35

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and Picnics Judge Lore's Tirade Against Miss I How a Dunnellon Man Collected an' CJ rOR WOMEN.
mind what old-fashioned peo-
I I I I Bishop's Avengers Evidently ple tell 'ou-Style and comfort can Old Account From an Ocala Man WHO CANNOT BE CURED.

POTTED TURKKVPOTTED I I II Fell Flat live together in a pair of shoes! The whose home Is in Ocala Vent Favorite So uniformly successful has Dr. Pierce's'
I I Prescription proven in aU forms
CH1CKKXPOTTED I Wilmington, Del., Sept. 30.-The I "Dorothy Dodd" proves it. to Dunnellon last week to sojourn fora )f Female Weakness,Prolapsus, orFalling:

I grand announced that season and ply his trade of Womb, and Leucorrhea, that, after overa
yesterday or profession
HAM jury They are the Utmost Height of Style. J J third of a century's experience in curing
i It had decided to ignore/ the charges { ,J in that thriving town. While the worst casep of these distressing and
Shoes of Genuine DistinctionThe
debilitating ailments.
I made against those who were impli- there he met a solid citizen of that Dr. Pierce now,feeU .
highest praise can give a fully warranted in offering to pay $;;00 io .
LUNCH TONGUE rated in the burning at the stake of you place with a fighting record, whom he cash for any case of these diseases which ,

CHICKEN LOAF I icor&e White, the negro who murder- shoe is to say: owed the sum'I of $30, (not cents) and he IT cannot STANDS cure.ALONT:.-The "Favorite Pre 'r

VEAL LOAF ('d Miss Helen LJishop. "It has the Style of 'Dorothy Dodd' the fighting man accosted our citizen scription" stands alone, as the one and

A strong effort has been made to about the amount asking him in earnest only remedy for these distressingly common
HAM LOAF'CIiICKEN'LIVER Yet the "Dorothy Dodd' is the most : mot. forms of weakness, possessed of such I
TRUFFLED secure indictments against the mem- comfortable shoe ever made. Do you I and sulphurous language to refund positively specific curative properties as to '
hers of tho mob but the grand jury has 1 ti the same. This our citizen, couldor warrant its makers in proposing, and
GROUSE PATE TRUFFLED long to walk for the pleasure of walk E binding themselves to forfeit aswjp, the
ing.. It holds the foot firmly, around, .
QUAIL PATE TRUFFLED tio nin the matt r. there loaded down with the coin, and remedy hereby do, to ftajfl'he sum of $Soo
the instep and supports the unsupported in
I legal moneyef th3r United States in any
PARTRIDGE PATE TRUFFLED When this jury was impaneled the : arch. You escape the "slouchy"gait the Dunnellon man proceeded with case of the above diseases in which after a
judge gave the members a strong sundry kicks, side slaps and uppercutsto fair and reasons a trial of our treatment,
WILD DUCK PATE TRUFFLED I which comes with some shoes. It IJJ\\ \ 1 we foil to{'curtrNo other medicine for
/ SHRIMP, BLOATER, SARDINE AND ,'charge to the effect that it was their gives a new poise to your body in 1 \ I pound the above mentioned sum, or the Fcur ',.'bf woman's.peculiar ailments it
duty to indict the lynchers.TEACHERS' walking. Your carriage is its equivalent, (in satisfaction) out of backedJby such a remarkable guarantee;
more light no otber medicine for woman's ills is '
and graceful. Just try one pair. r the man from Ocala. The performancewas less' ,1 of/the unparalleled curative propert .
PEANUT BRITTLE exciting and 'highly democratic, s that would warrant its manufacturers1inuakjcg
such an offer; no other remedy
FRESH! CRACKERS and CAKESOf ,and was of a nature calculated to discourage hP such a record of cures on which to base ..
the r.h a,remarkable offer.
all kinds inPACKAGES- is hereby given that I will beat making of similar debts in
Therefore; insist
on having Dr.Pierre'savorite
THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE the future. The aggressor in the case _,
and BULK Lake City on Saturday, October :3; Prescription and turn your back
fined [on any unscrupulous dealer
Dade City Saturday, October 10, and was a nominal sum in the localmayor's who would ,
NI E ASSORTMENT Of' DELICAT-- your intelligence
DeFuniak, Springs on Friday October OCALA FLORIDA.SECOND court, the consensus of opin 'foist upon you some byatfempting-W/
ESSENCE AND CONDIMENTS ion he under the plea that "it is
being that fought (as he always just as gooir
16, to extend the privilege of exami Insist
1 > on having article which has
AT THE TEAPOT GROCERYT. nation for primary; and. special certificates DOOR FROM CORNER. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. does) in a good cause. The Ocala man record of a third of a century of cures aj

provided for} in sections 4 8 and 9 as soon as I he was able, came on home |.fcoo which if is i backed by those willing to fa it
they cannot
of chapter 520j/bf the acts of the recent 1 and betook' himself to his room, where Mn cases attended cure by a you.leucorrhealu rain .
A KINDLY ACT he a%olution of Dr. Pierce's
WEATHER FORECAST yet remaineth quietly and with Lotion Tablet*
legislature.! should be used conjointly with thtfute of .
At lake pity, on October 3, exami- Mr. Scpvill of Savannah, who wishedto Washington, Sept. 30.-Partly cloudy much meditation. the\ a\'orite Prescription." The re sold

nation \vibe' given to fill several va- join the fishing party, a record of tonight, with showers in southeastern address by all ruggists, or sent poat-nafd to anj ,
> n receipt of 25 centum stamp.
cant scholarships, (worth $100 each, which appeared the Star of Monday, and central south portions; Thurs- Miss Byrd Wartmann of Citra, who Send 31
besides/tuition) in the State Normal which left Ocala: for Homosassa on day, partly cloudy with occasional l spent her vacation in New York City, Common SenbeM 4i fadviser. Address
DISPENSARY, Buffalo, N. Y.
School/at DeFuniak Springs. that day, was expected over the Sea showers. teaching music in the Baptist mission Weak and sick women are invited to
W. Troxler, Agent for Huyler'aCandy. i
Fresh Shipments Received Tll 'privilege of taking the/examination board. The train wasSaj so late ,that schools of that great city has returned consult correspondence Dr. Pierce is held, by letter, /ree, All

Weekly. for state certificates wil11 1>e givenat the Homosassa train had left he A. C. Prof. I.. M. Hatton, president of the and is in Ocala the guest o( Mrs. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce as, Buffalo.strictly N.private.Y.

ejther of these places. Persons. desiring L. depot, when Mr. W. H. Clark, on well known Tampa Business College, F. A. Teague, and will resume her music Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness

HELP THE HOSPITAL a circular of information in re- hearing the Seaboard train \V 'stle Tampa, Fla., with his wife, have been class here. She spent a very pleas- r

-r- gara to examinations for.primary and and knowing that Mr. Scovill wa\on i iq Ocala for a day or two in the in- ant time and talks" interestingly of herexperience kinds of ,inks\lor everybody 'at

We wish to call the attention of special certificates can. obtain the that train, jumped into his buggy, met terest of the institution stopping at .. <:the Ocala News Co. V

housekeepers to our line of fine Flavoring same upon application. the S. A. L. train, got that gentleman the Ocala House. While here Prof. I .. "-- i

Extracts, which are first class Other papers will, please notice. and drove down to the main line in Hatton distributed some valuable literature -

in every respect, and absolutely full Your truly, Wm. X. Shoats time. to put Mr. S. on board. At Mr. and expects to secure many

strength.We Sta ?'SuIt.Pub.Instr'n.CREAMERY Scovill's unexpected coming there was pupils from this section of the state. EDWARDSWESTERN BROTMERS

;give 10 per cent. of the purchase great felicitation in the party. This school is the largest business col-,

price to any charitable organizationand I BUTTER lege in the state and is recognized as 5 .l I.
KINDERGARTEN OPENINGMiss one among the besAHritte South. It[ At THE CITY MARKET /
you will find a coupon attached to The Carmichael & Son Co. keep
each bottle. constantly on hand, receiving a fresh Sharpe's school will reopen is strongly endtfraecT by messecretary

supply every two days, delicious pure Monday, October 5, in the'house fop of the boajff'of trade and D* every Leading polesale & Retai/Butcheis
Our l Idea in taking this method to
Georgia creamery butter 25 cents per merly occupied by Mr. Dukes, on Second business/ n in that growing city
introduce these goods is to help the .
pound kept on ice. Phone No. 37. street. The house has been thoroughly Prof. UaVfn states that he ha4 more 'I'

Marion County Hospital. However repaired and put in good order calls-Jroy tis graduates than hfe can MEBTS

these coupons aw made payable to R. P.. Worthington, traveling representative for the opening. possfi I I, and is considering tie ad- 4

"any charitable organization" and i it of the Jacksonville Metro poDepartments as .usual, -Kindergarten vis i ty )f opening a good business I CELERY AND S} ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
rests entirely with the purchaser as lis, is in the city in the interest of that Primary and Preparatory. toll i Ocala. In the mea time,

to where the coupon goes. excellent paper\ and is interviewingour For further information address hOWE' er, he young people in thfe. part I FREE DELIVERY. \ f TELEPHONED*

The place of the extracts is. 15 leading citizens with aiew to Miss Annie M. Sharpe, Ocala Fla. of .t oriel should take advantage of -'
giving Ocala a first class illustrated .
cents per bottle of One FULL Ounce the pportpnities offered at this wor-

and this quantity will go as far as I write-up. Mr. W. says we have attrac Dr. Tom C.. Thompson, the brigh thy J stitution and go to Tamp where W. REWARDS 1
tions in and around Ocala that should
and promising physician and they lay secure ready emplownent as
some of the 25; cent bottles of so- : d
bring many more tourists to our town son of Dr. J. M. Thompson, left the soo \. s they leave the coiyge. Tui % At the City Market
called "full strength" extracts.
and thinks if could
we only appreciateour
Four city today for Jacksonville where he tionryes:: are by rompari / n, as rea-
llarors Lemon
Strawberry and Pineapple., surroundings as strangers do who t will enter into the practice of his pro sOIlable s any, considering the classof Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish, and Vegetables
see them we would secure more
THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE i many fession. He is fortunate in securing work do e and p nderstand. college .
: visitors. The idea i is a good one ant< Season
.t-. I the office of Dr. J. L. Romero, whoceases students secure board in private in
.., ,' I should )1)(' promoted.
,. his practice in Jacksonville and families at $11'a month, or at the col..

t OST PRICES retires on a competency to Washington. lege dormitory at $13. Catalogue giving City and Country Trade Solicited

STOMACH TROUBLE Dr. Thompson's office will be at information will be mailed freeto "
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the corner of Adams and Bridge Sts., any address by writing to Pro[. L. Free Delivery r Phone J2J
"Wo have moved the remainder "I havo been troubled with mj over Conova's drug store, where he b 1. Hatton. President Tampa Business > \

or the Alliance Store Stock of I stomach for the past four years," sa'sII will be pleased to see his many Ocala College.

canned, bottled and preservedgroceries ). L. Beach, of Clover Nook Farm, friends when in Jacksonville. The best I INS RAN e:

etc., to the new Beau GI''C'lIfh'IIlas.] : ",\ few days ago I wishes of the people of Ocala go with DOCTORS COULD NOT HELP HER"I ,

Block where we will, continue to was induced to buy a box of Chamber Dr. Thompson. had kidney trouble for years," S LL & RAWI4
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. I writes .
Mrs. Raymond Onnor of Shel-
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close out the ling: at wholesale have taken part of them and feel a Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly: ton, Wash., "and,the doctc-s could not r AGENTS FOR / ',

cost. ])on' ; tail to call and look l great; deal 1 better." If you haveiane Y adapted for chronic throat troubles and help me. I tried Foley's KMney Cure,

over the stock. The goods ar trouble with your stomach try a box will positively cure bronchitis, hoarseness and the very first dos gave me relief Standard Fire/ nsurance Companies ana Penn Mutual

the' best brands, fresh and fine. of these! Tablets. You are certain and all bronchial diseases. Refuse and I am now cured. I cannot ray too Life Insurance Co.

KLEIN & aAMPln lJL. to be pleased"ith the result. Pric substitutes. Sold by the Postof- much for Foley's Kidney Cure." old / .

23 cents. For sale by all druggists.J. flee Drugstore (
by the Postoffice Drugstore.SCHOOLSUPPLIES FIRE LIFE!

7"\0\crr C. Howell. the broncho buster of I Rooms 7 and rI

it'" r.JGv .-,'\.'(-r. Anthony was in the city Monday, and MerchantsOcala BIf1Ck.
.... -') when asked] how he
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r'-"'.:..-.L".I-_..... ," ,,I. (I'\' >.J."'fl, ;' IV with his hunch of bronchos, said: -:-
/ )
)--'r > ', ft. \.7 "Finely; have sold ten of them already '-- -
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/-/ ,......,"'; I.. 'L,-,:'N.('. I but of course I broke them so (
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t fJ-_:."-' ( :J 0I: I they worked} like old horses." He remarked ry 1

-i : ..r/ that there was about I .! ,
\ r : no tolling t
-JjJ / lit\ Makers of the
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their looks.
z'f )J IrooJ 1 lie said he had one whichhe
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Wt; l I ", / ; :'' /')) II'"j 1 ,;Ii. 1 \\ thought he would! have saddled and A FULL LINE OF
take a ride. He Mtlo
-< .I s was duly saddled. ( and Deyo
PI it t'y ? \ for a moment was the picture of con ,

1lIIit r; ,.,.:.......' I,. ;, \ ( tent when before Mr.1 Howell could z ; s,, ;

.: Il: i / /;' '. '..,.'.7'..." -" -. mount the animal began bucking and SCHOOL BOOKSAND HIGHEST Cft _

''-'''- for ten minutes ho fairly vibrated in GRADE. JUi CIGAR f

All Flavors- the air. attempting to kick the saddle: '

off, but failing in this he quieted down -AND- d: ..

that have earned popularity', like any trained horse, and his master _

and some novelties that willdeligryou. \ mounted and took a ride in fine style SCHOOL SUPPLIESOF The Celebrated f\P

"EL TROPICO"Havana _

Ice Cream in any quantity, the TRAGEDY AVERTED Cigars t
"Just in the nick of time
our little
smoothest and most wholesome.See ALL KINDS.
I boy was saved," writes Mrs. W. Watkins & ..*
for entertainmentsC. /k *
me of Pleasant ,
City, Ohio. "Pneumonia
H. Dame had played sad havoc with him .' I CHAS. PEYSER, Prop. '

and a terrible in P !
--- ----- --- -- cough set besides Ocala Florida.

Doctors worse every treated day. him At,length but he we grew tried B BOY'S LUNCH B BOlES AND u B SKEIS

rr YForWATCHES Dr. King's, and New our Discovery darling was for saved.Consumption G. A. HUNTERPRACTICAL

lIe's now sound and well." Everybody an d MECHANICAL

I ought to know it's the only sure ---A TH.B.MASTERS-

-GO TO- i I cure for Coughs, Colds and all Lung GUN AND7LOCKSMITH.REPAIRING .

F. G. B. WEIHE (I!diseases Guaranteed by the Anti-Mo. A SPECIALTY

d'I jnopoly Drugstore. Price. 50c. and $1 UMBRELLAS REPAIRED. SAWS FILED AND, PUT IN GOOD ORDER
Jeweler Trial bottles
South Street, Opposite City Hall.A

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