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The Ocala evening star

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

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

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

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Volume 9, Number 94 OCALA FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER J J903. I
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For School Lunches ANTHONYA I SOUTH LAKE WEIR. AT THE TOP.J



and PicnicsPOTTED Wedding and a Revival in the Cantaloupe H UTS I A Smelldiliferous Crop on Its Sylvan' of It the is a laudable ambition to reach the top .ii
ladder of success. But many a tout
I City I Shores who reaches the

I \ \ .. topmost rung
TURKEY The Baptist church had a very sucdessful ( Onions arc still booming. We are reliably finds his position J
&torment instead
POTTED CHICKEN' phonograph) entertainment and informed that 75 pounds of seed of a triumph He

POTTED HAM* IP01'TgD upper recently at their church to se r Just Received will be planted around the lake this ha3 health sacrificed his -
to success.A .
funds for the further
cure improve
TONGUE season, which will make between fifteen man can succeed &
ment of their house. %
and be

sI\ LUNCH TONGUE :Mr. Connor Smoak has left to accepta I A Handsome line of Hats in the dQwn and and twenty have a acres smell of onions. Come Nature's strong if he warn.heeds

CHICKEN LOAF position with his father !in Ocala. Mr. P. L. Duval and wife of Gainesville ings. When there
Latest Blocks for ]Fall and Win- is indigestion,
VEAL LOAF :Mr. Ilaysor's family will leave this have moved to the island. Mr. loss of appetite,

HAM LOAFCHICKEN week for Ocala. :Mr. Hayne Martin: has ter D. will assist Mr. Voorhees in the gar ringing in the

bought their place and will occupy the ware. dening business. ears, dizziness,
LIVER TRUFFLE! spots before the
same eyes or palpita-
GHOUSIPATE TRUFFLE Dr. D. A. Smith has sold his drug interest tion of the heart ; .. .

QUAIL PATE TRUFFLED to Mr. Bedolph who will occupy Call and I BLITCHTONProf. any toms or point all of to these weakness symp..
Inspect Store. and
PARTRIDGE PATE TRUFFLED the same stand and continue the drug our loss of nutrition.
Overhultz and Cannes Higgin. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical -
business. Dr. Smith has moved his !
Discovery i 9 the
WILD DUCK PATE TRUFFLEDSHRIMP.
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office up stairs over the drug store. botham visited friends and relatives medicine to turn to. I

BLOATER, SARDINE AND There is a great demand for houses.; Complete in every detail. I at Eureka Saturday and Sunday.Mr. $3,000 FORFEIT will be I

paid by the World's Dis- ...
CHICKEN PASTE Several persons desiring to move here Joseph P. Taylor was in Ocala pensary Medical Association : 1

PEANUT BRITTLE have been compelled to locate elsewhere Saturday. Proprietors, Buf-
faloN.V.i if they cannot
FRESH CRACKERS and CAKESOf on account of the scarcity. Mr. Charlie Weaver of Ocala passed show the original signature .

Bishop & Stewart have had an excellent through our burg last Friday for Elm- of the individual volun "
all kinds inPACKAGES- THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE CO. teering the testimonial below,
new sign painted on their wood. and also of the writers of every
and BULK testimonial among the thousands
building.Mr.
Mr. G. M. Richard and wife were in which
NICE ASSORTMENT OF DELICAT- B II. Stripling has been visiting OCALA, FLORIDA. Ocala Monday. ing, thus proving they their are constantly genuineness.publish.

ESSENCE AND CONDIMENTSAT Anthony and speaks of moving back X "For about two yean I suffered from
a *
SECOND DOOR FROM CORNER. OPERA Mrs. Shacker wy
HOUSE BLOCK.TEACHERS' and Miss Shacker are obstinate case of dyspepsia,"writes R.E.SecorL
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IWI e.I the Esq., of 13 Eastern Ave.. Toronto, Ontario. 1
THE TEAPOT GROCERY guests of Mrs. W. P. Hammonds. tried
I Mr.: Will Baskia and wife are visit a great number of remedies without IUC-
_._ cess. I finally lost faith in them all. I
u 1 Mr. E. V. Price of Williston was M
in
-r- was far that
ing their parents. gone I could not for a long time bear

EXAMINATIONSNotice SPRING PARK our burg for a few days the first part any solid food in my stomach; felt melancholy
Miss Emma Tucker began her Bible and depressed. Could not sleep nor follow
the I of this week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. occupation. Some four months ago a friend my
readings at :Methodist
church last is hereby given that I will be Mrs. C. C. Scott of Jacksonville i is Sandifer. recommrndedyour 'Golden Medical
After a wetk's treatment I had derived mp'
with
Sunday
large audience. so
Three
a
at Lake City on Saturday October 3; \'isitingIrs.. A. Y. Strunk.I Mr. J. A. Hadsock of York, was in benefit that I continued the medicine, I hire

/ services: are held daily, morning afternoon Dade City, Saturday October 10, and :\ T. C. 'Thomsen of Ocala has our midst last week. / in taken my case three accomplished bottles and a am convinced it hi*
I permanent cure. I
and night. She already has a DeFuniak Springs on Friday, October1C been spending the past two weeks herewith ; Mr. Sandifer is "sawing some" at his sands can conscientiously of dyspeptics recommend it to the then-
throughout the land."
hold the
T. W. Troxler, Agent for Huyler'!s commodious stiong on church community is and the to extend the privilege of examination !- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I mill this week with a small force. Labor The "Common Sense Medical Adviser.
building taxed for primary and special certificates James. 1008 large pages in is
is paper covers, sent free
Candy. Fresh Shipments RWeekly. <' tol vet! scarce in this section.
to its utmost capacity to seat the large l on: receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to
pay expense
provided for in sections 8 and 9 Quite a number of the Parkites took of mailing only Address ,
Dr. K V.
crowds that
attend! the services. of chapter 5204 of the acts of the recent -. in the races at Ocala the first M the TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Pierce, Buffalo N. Y.
Mr. Albert .Johnson ...
and Miss
May -
HELP THE HOSPITAL legislature.At week. I
Pasteur Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
-- were recently married at the Lake City, on October 3, examination Larus Johnson is confined to his bed All kinds of inks: for everybody at
home of the bride's I lets. This signature, Jffl
Wo wish to call the parents.
attention of will. be given to fill several vacant most of the time and his wife is in on every box, 25c. tJJ'K the Ocala News Co.
housekeepers to our line of fine Flavoring Our public! school opened Monday, scholarships (worth $100 each, feeble health. I
with Prof. Huntrr and his
Extracts: \\hith are first classin corps of assistants besides tuition) in the State Normal We called upon our editor's family --. -
: at their ))o-ts. One hundred --.
every respect, and absolutely full.1 School at DeFuniak Springs. Tuesday and were pleased to see

strength. I and seventeen pupils were enrolled the I The privilege of taking the examination them all looking the picture of health. EDWJRDS
1 I first day. A new school building i is BROTHERSAT
Wo give 10 per cent, of the purchase I I for state certificates will be given While Mrs. .Bittinger and daughter

price to rhaiitable organizationand greatly needed on account of the con at either of these places. Persons de have been breathing the invigoratingair
any I I
scantly increasing attendance siring a circular of information in regard of the North for the past three THE CITY MARKET
you will find a coupon attached teach o I I A bored well will he
II placed on the
I I I to examinations for primary and months, Mr.: B. has been building himself .

!bottle. ''I school grounds shortly. special certificates can obtain the up both physically and financiallyat Wholesale &
Our Idea .in taking this method 1 to I 1>1', Moore, pastor of the Citra Meth. Leading Retail Butchets
same upon application. nearly all of the picnics and barbe
Introduce these goods is to help tho I odint church, is attending the Bible
Other papers will please notice. I curs in Marion] county, and, judging
Marion County hospital However, readings. as is also Uev. :M. H. Outland I
Yours truly \Vm. N. Sheats, from appearances, the family outing WESTERN AND CHOICE MM
of the Starke t MEATS
Methodist
these coupons are made payable t to church. State Supt. Pub. Instr'n. has been a great success in every way. I

"any charitable: organization" and it r T. C.
Thomsen. who is clerk at the
CELERY
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONS 1 AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
rests entirely with the purchaser as KINDERGARTEN OPENING general delivery! window of the Ocala

to where the coupon goes. Aro spoiled by using any kind of preparation Miss Sharpe's i-chool will reopen postoffice, called on friends at the Park I FREE DELIVERY. TELEPHONE 10S>
I
: t that fills the of the
The price of the extracts is 15 pores Monday, October 5, in the house ton last Sunday. -- ,

cents per bottle: of'One FULL Ounce skin. The be.-t way to secure: a clearcomplexion merly occupied by Mr. Dukes, on Second Another tumor has developed upon

and this quantity will go as far as I free from sallowness. pimples street. The house has been thoroughly Walter Webber's neck, the size of aman's W. P. EDWARDS \
blotches etc., is to keep the liver
some of the :!.". cent bottles of so- I repaired and put in good order fist. Dr. Marean: of Ocala is
t in goo.l ordf r. An occasional dose, At the Market
City
called "full for the opening. treating it and is in hopes of removing
strength" extracts. of Horbine will cleanse) i
the bowels, iI
Four llavors Lemon, Vanilla, I Departments as usual-Kindergarten it without the use of the knife. I
regulate! Hie ]liv<'r. and so establish a Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and
Strawberry and! Pineapple. Primary and Preparatory. Vegetablesin
clear) :
healthy complexion. oOc. the
at
THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE For further information addressMiss DO YOU WANT TO YAWN?
\111!i-OlwIioly I Drugstore.OKLAWAHA. Season
Annie M. Sharpe, Ocala, Fla. Feel cold shiverings, aching in the

bones, lack of energy, headache and

COST PRICESWe I I I I. HE LEARNED A GREAT TRUTH great depression? These symptomsmay City and Country Trade SolicitedFree

be followed by violent headache
School will open nf'xtIonllar: at
It is said of John Wesley that he high fever, extreme nervousness, a Delivery Phone J 2INSURANCE
Weir Park with Miss Blanche Hall of
have: moved the ft'maindcl'or : once said Mistress Wesley: "Whydo condidtion known as malaria. Ilerbine

the Alliance: Store! Stock of l I Candlcr as teacher. you tell that child the same thing cures it. Take it before the disease
Dr. Ka;leton is having fifty cords of I
canmM, bottled and preseivod! over and over again?" "John Wesley, gets a fair hold, though it will work
wood placed: in his orange: grove. 9
groceries, ele., to tlu new lienus Mr.( X. L. Fort of Moss Bluff was because once telling is not enough" I I a cure. !In any stage. J. A. Hopkins[ '

Bloch It is for this same reason that you are I Manchester, Kan., writes: "I have used HALL & RAWLS
where we will continue to l here last week helping Ir. John Smitl h '
told again and again that Chamberlain's your great medicine, Herbine, for several ,
close out; the lino at wholesaleeost. clear up land for a fall vegetable
Cough Remedy cures colds and years. There is nothing better for AGENTS FOR

Don't tail to call and look crop.Mr. grip; that !it counteracts any tendency malaria chills and fever, headache,

over the stoel1'he floods an I John :Megonigal of Weir Park I of these diseases to result in pneumonia biliousness, and for a bloon-purifyln; !. Standard Fire Insurance Companies and Penn Mutual
loft last Wednesday'for Belleair
where
the best brands= fresh and line. and that it is pleasant and safe I tonic there is nothing as good." oOc.; I Life Insurance Co.
ho will Kpeud the winter.
KLKLN & CAMIT.KLLAll to take. For sale by all druggists. I II at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore
Mrs Q. F.; ShatTer of Weir Park viisled -
... FIRE LIFE !
I Ocala last .
Thursday.Mr. I ...

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--'. ...:...", !\ Mayo of Summerfield Rooms and 8
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',-, ; ',\'4.:',.-._-'" '_''",\,,.' :yi'J :, ,, was here last week.Mr. Merchants Block
....t'.. i ;"#.i" ':- .. : SILK PATTERNS
"- Ij \ Dan !Daggers of Stanton spent
\ ".: .'....! .:'''.."1. I.. Vi"-;!' --,; ,.,,;':; Saturday! and Sunday with friends WAIST P Ocala, -:. -:. .:- -:- -:- Florida

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f'i-. .-oo-_ \::. !;:.v t''\., .,'.:.'G(;/.'1,/,:;..' A. Anderson of Altoona spent . . . . . N[t TRijrI WAR FACTORY '
:'"-.-.',-_... 'Vir1 ." '.... ., .,.&;#.' ,."" ,\. I several days with friends here last -. -. .-. -..-. .--. . .--.
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it\ Ii. .:. :!-.I..:ft'. "'t.'t.; ..-. ,I ", I 1 week. .
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; ': Makers
,;_..I'1 _,t I.,..I....I. '"J.. .:' '1'\ Mrs. Clara Highto\\or left last week of the N
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line of
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I, T.r- -, j for Altoona wheio: she will
!J. I. '. L. I. :, .' I spend several -
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11.i.I '. rI ;, : I Co'I months. Milo
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::IIL'.'.;t,'!! i! I I i I,!1.. I .t I II .I./ : Mr. ('.. B. Bush visited Ocala Mondayand : Silt Waist Patterns. ,
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41' .\....\,_I...; ,I 11 -: :;\.J'.....:.,,..-.:.... ...-1.I. Ida Freeman of Crystal Riveris HIGHEST '1
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visiting her mother :Mrs. Black, at GRADE. 5C. CIGAR

Flavors this place.Mrs. ,,.. .

\ Robert Marshall is on the sick -AXD- (f /


and some that novelties have earned that \\illdelight popularity list.Mr. James Fort went to Ocala last ?Very Hobby J New aye I The Celebrated"EL # .4r I' .. -',' ;t k; ..
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you. Satin day and !purchased a new buggy. I TROPICO"Havana q 4

Look out. girls for Jimmie. .
Ice Cream in any quantity, the .- EffectiveI Cigars
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smoothest and most wholesome.See GAINED FORTY POUNDSIN
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. me for entertainments THIRTY DAYS

C.H.Dan For several months our younger The Ladies I 'CHAS. PEYSER, Prop.

------ -.-.- --.----------- brother had been troubled! with indi are ScalaFlorida.. ,

h(' tion. He tried several remedies r-
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but got no benefit from them. We
purchased -

YForWATCHES some of Chamberlain's Stom ly Invited to see Them G. A. HUNTERPRACTICAL '

ach and Liver Tablets and he commenced I

taking them. Inside of thirty an d MECHANICAL

idays! !, he had gained forty pounds i in -ATHBMASTERS-
-GO TO- t .
[ flesh. He is now fully recovered. We GUN AND LOCKSMITH.REPAIRING .

F. C. B.WBIHThe """ have a good trade on the Tablets. A SPECIALTY

illolley'I Bros., Merchants, Long Branch, I' UMBRELLAS REPAIRED. SAWS FILED AND PUT IN GOOD ORDER
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Jeweler, Mo. For sale by all druggists.
South Street, Opposite City Hall

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Proprietors and Publishsrs.

I. C. L. BITTINGER,

Editor and Business Manager. !I II I ANNOJNCEMENT' .

R. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. I .

ANOTHER BIG ENTERPRISEA

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tramp around town by the Star
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man revealed the story as told below: .
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Ocala Is moving; she is feeling the ... t
life that is the pulsating power behind .
the wave of prosperity that has spread 4 '.
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over the land. A new Industry Is about .
to be Inaugurated or rather supple- I 'L
menting that which already exists to \ \, '

meet expansion the demands consists of of a the new times.crate basket The- We take pleasure in announcing that on and. after October \st, .1903, we will be in a ,

and box establishment. The promoters .
are none other than the Benjamin ,f
Brothers, whose astute business position to supply all articles usual to the trade of a strictly up to date first-class Wholesaleand
Instincts and the success that has always ,
attended their efforts is a guarantee -

ests of of the promoting city. the material inter Retail Hardware store, and respectfully invite the patronage of the people of Ocala and

The Florida Meat Packing Company,
Inaugurated several 0 years ago, and .
which has done so much for the farmers the section tributary thereto and
of this and neighboring counties, earnestly request their assistance in furthering the efforts that
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will In a few days be merged into the \ ;

Florida which has Ice existed Manufacturing here for over Company twenty, we have put forth in, establishing this business, and which we trust will prove of benefit to all.
years. These in turn will be known as
the Florida Packing and Ice Company
and its promoters and conductors will .
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be the Benjamin Brothers. The business -
has grown so that this new adjunct 1- I
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is a necessity, and to keep in
touch with the farmers and truckersof ,
this and neighboring counties the
Messrs. Benjamin have completed negotiations
to put up a complete sawmill
and crate factory on their ice Marionlot Hardware
plant and cold storage lot so that the Company
demands of those who wish their meatcured
and packed can be supplied with I
boxes and cases as well as for the shipment -
of their own cured meats.
,
The Messrs. Benjamin have been

Identified of so Ocala long with and the Marion material county interests IS THE FIRM NAME AND STYLE under which we propose to operate, with displayand

and have always labored for the interests

reflection of the this producing added industry classes that is onlyalong on:i store rooms on, northwest corner of public square (formerly Alliance Store) this city, and

commendable lines to assist I I

those most needing aid and as our we sincerely hope that our friends will assist in
people appreciate their progressiveIdeas us making the same a household word and onethat
and expanding business methodsand /

city know so will the this value new of ship the same of progressbe to u 'I will in all future, stand for integrity, honesty and absolute fairness to all.

hailed with acclaim.
The new machinery to enlarge their
ice plant is the best skill can devise,,i I We propose to furnish only such goods as are, strictly first-class in every particular and at
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and I Is rapidly going up. In it the consumer i ,
will get tho benefit of the reduced -
price of the congealed water. I I such prices that we hope will meet with approval. We. have carefully selected our corps of
In adding the crate, basket and box
factory to their facilities the same consideration
will be shown the prollucerand : employes with the view oi obtaining such persons only as are perfect gentlemen and who. will
Their
consumer. policy alwayshas
been to "lhOand let llVe," and'
they propose to continue along the treat all with politeness and courtesy. .
same liberal policy. .'
Mr. Simon Benjamin of ..iaeksonvlllethe ,

,able the secretary Florida Packing of the new and corporation Ice Co.! Incident to the establishment of this business we have found it necessary to absorb the "

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has about completed all the details \

as for soon the as proposed money and improvements men can establish and.I, General Hardware Business conducted by A. E. Delotiest and we respectfully solicit the pat-

the expansion it will be an accomplished > i
fact. ronage and well wishes of all of his old friends. \
The Star is delighted with the con ft.
dene the Benjamin Brothers show i In.
Ocala's future and what it presages! I .
for trade.the enlargement of the Brick CIt:y'a business is intended to be in the interest of all branches of current industries in and

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OCALA, OCTOBER 15 around this section and to furnish the needed supplies for building operations of all kinds, farm-

The Palatka] News says: "Allen
ton is an actor. Impersonation of ing machinery and tools, phosphate plants, saw mills, naval stores manufacturers, machinists, !
character is his business and he has
his business well in hand. He mightalso j
be termed 'lightning change artist. -' and household fittings of every kind. ,.
.' from the ease with which, in his
recital of the three act comedy, 'David i

Garrick one character; he went to from another.the portrayalof Mr. Hoi- We respectfully invite an inspection of our stock on October \ st and any time thereafterand

ton undertook a big job. but he went
through the work in a thorough manner promise to do our utmost to render satisfaction. <
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ar.tlln a way which stamps him an
artist. The audience was thoroughlypleased .."
with his work, and showed"I i its Please refer to this paper hereafter for general advertisement of this company. ., -
appreciation by hearty applause. I ,
Allen Holton will entertain the people -. .1.
of Ocala on October 15, for the /
ben.1 Respectfully
efit of the Episcopal building fund.While ,
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In Jacksonville. Saturday, taking '
in the town and mingling with i its t R. S. HALL, .
people, we were struck with its wonderful \ T. C. HALL, l
growth, handsome homes magnificent T. E. BRIDGES, .
stores and splendid stocks of T. W. SMITH, Comprising the Firm.OCMLR .
goods and the unanimity of the oplenake
I S. H. BLITCH .
of the metropolis of the state to ,
their carnival, November 2-i, the most S. A. RAWLS,
attractive and grandest affair ever L. J. KNIGHT,
seen in the state. Jacksonville needsno .
encouragement, yet it is refreshingto : I 0
note the spirit and loyalty of her t
people for their city.

BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARSMrs. I
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Minerva Smith of Danville III.. -
writes: "I had bronchitis for twentyyears
and never got relief until I used
Foley's Honey and Tar which is a
sure cure." Sold by the PostofflceDrugstore. t -
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OCCURRENCES YOM KIPPUR WANTEDFive FLORIDA ALABAMA A FEW "FOR ;

Beginning last SMLES"D54
Ben evening at G o'clock Another Link in the Golden Chain
Raysor went to Micanopy today.J. and lasting for twenty-four hours, the
That: Binds Two Sister States
Hebrews of Ocala began the observance ,
B. Wilcox of Gainesville is in the of the most sacred day in their J7, hundred to One 'he marriage of Miss Hattye Mae I FOR SALE-Store and dwelling, two blocks from square, $1000. ',

city. calendar!' of worship.! It i is known as 'otter, the charming and talented D55 FOR SALE-Two-story house on Wyoming St., cost $1600 to build, $900.

Yom Kippur\) the Hebrew( day of atone- Thousand Head o daughter of MVn.d lies J. C. Porter, D56 FOR S.LEIce home on North Wautula avenue $1100.
Dame leads In ice cream. 'Others j i ment. According to the Jewish belief to Mr. W. : Collier of Tuscaloosa D5? FOR SALE-Residence now occupied by Mr. Reagan; bathroom and sta-

follow tAll I the re-cording angel ten days prior to'': Jj ogs. Address Ala., at the Jfcfptist church last night ble, $2200.

of the Jewish stores were clos- I the day of atonement, opens his book i was one of the most brilliant social D74 FOR SALE-Five small cottages, with fireplace, each, $100.

c-d} today.J. containing the rocords of the lives ofthe W A. PELOT, I events that has ever taken place in D46 FOR SALE-Two five-room cottages on Franklin St., each, $500.

children of Israel and begins his this city. 0 D60 FOR SALE-Five-room cottage on Pine street, one stable and wagon
yearly task of balancing acollnts-of Sup Marion Farms. JThe'church w a decorated in a manner shed, coiner lot, $650.
V. Burko
of Jacksonville is at the
Montezuma. fcttin good deeds off against the evil 101-ltpd 'tv worthy our flowery land. Not only D75 FOR SALE--Two-story residence on Ocklawaha avenue, next door to .

ones. With sunset tonight this inestimable had the trained hamJs of the Green- Judge Hocker's. $1000.

Sorghum can seed for sale by Ty- opportunity passes and those Pure rugs carefully compounded L house people done theV best, but there D71 FOR SALE-Two cottages on Brown street, next to Gates' new house,
dings & Co. who fail to embrace this occasion must in our )rescription department. Ty- were many floral gifts from friends, each $500. >
brattheir .(shortcomings misdeeds and dings Co. whose kindly spirit se med to add DC1 FOR SALE-Cottage occupied by 1'( V. Leavengood, $700.

WAXTEIYoung lady cashier. A. sins as best their conscience will permit. i beauty and fragrance to t\\ie flowers. D4a: FOR SALE-St. Johns House, opposite S. A. L. freight depot, twenty-

Blown & Bro. 9-20d2t. Yom Kippur is the only fast day i I I/w. M. Dale, formerly of Ocala, came At 9:30 o'clock the churdh was filled eight rooms, $1000. .
' commanded in the laws of Moses, a :I I' to attend th* wedding. i with the best people of Oca\a. As the D47 FOR SALE-The July Brown ]house, near Falana's store, $100.

A. L. Glass of Gainesville was in i L day of national humiliation, and the skillful fingers of Professor like press- DSO FOR SALE-Cottage in Marti City, $75. f I

town today. most widely observed of all the Jew Handsome comb and brush and man ed the organ keys, the solemn and DC2 FOR SALE-Seven-room house North Main street, $SOO. '

ish holidays.< This is the day the Jews icure sets, and many odd and pretty beautiful service comment: d. The D76 FOR SALE-Beautiful home, large grounds, stable, $2000.

Onion sets for fall planting at Ty "afflict their souls," abstaining from allworldly pieces in silver, solid and plated. Ocala ushers were :Messrs. E. Van Hood, Ben K5o. FOR SALE-Winter home at Oak Lawn, tennis court, $2000.
dings & Co. things, fixing their thoughts I Music Co.Miss Rheinauer, W. T. Wheeler, JJ H. Mathews I Do3 FOR SALE-House occupied by 1 Ir Drilling, $500.

upon the welfare of their souls, fasting 1 0. B. Howse, ,V'. W. C odors, N.M. D81 FOR SALE New cottages in Mitchell's addition, lots 40x115 ft, $150.

W. C. Hathcock of FlOral City is at I the entire twenty-four hours, so Eva Womble of Baltimore, Dale and C. V. Miller. T tie bridesmaids D82 FOR SALE-Flewellen} place, ne&r Emerson Home School, $200.

Montezuma. that all carnal promptings may be held I' jjr,s. Eaton's trimmer, arrived Tues were Misses Mary Re; don, Vio D83 FOR SALE-Four-room cottage on Pine street, good condition, $300.

in restraint. Services began at the day. Miss Womble is from the great I let Harris, Sue Barco, M; ttie Williams D73.FOR SALE-Beautiful home on Buckalew Heights, opposite Mr. Camp's

P. U. Milligan, merchant at Eureka, !. Ocala tabernacle last evening at C millinery house of Armstrong, Cator Johnnie Liddon, Ame Mae residence, $2500.
was in town today.M. o'clock: continued until a l late hour, re & Co., of Baltimore, is an artist i Standley, Rubie Moore of Jacksonville, R75 FOR SALE-Lots on North First street, near. North High street $100.
sumed this morning and continued her line and is thoroughly familiar nand I Maxie Bullock, and in np city can D72 FOR SALE-Residence now being occupied by :Miss Virginia Campbell,

Simmons of Arlington was at the. without cessation until C o'clock this with the new styles. eight fairer faces be found.! Earl street, $1800. .
Club House today.A ('n'ning.Ir( Isadoro Schwerin, m the The ushers and bridesmaids formed R76 FOR SALE-Two lots on Buckalew avenue, opposite Mr. Ford's home,
in two lines on either side df the each, $100.
absence of a rabbi, conducted the services FLORIDA SEED RYE I open
lot of the latest novels just in at reading the same in the Hebrew space before the pulpit. TJhen enter- D78 FOR SALE-Mr. George Mathew's residence, 8 rooms, all. conveniences,
-For sale at the-
the Ocala News Co: tongue. When the Star reporter ed the maid of honor, Miss essie Porter $800. ,
called at 11 o'clock this morning the OCALA SEED STORE a fairy fair young girl of sweet sixteen K55 FOR SALE-Nice house with 25 acres, near Orange Lake, $1000.

The Montezuma Hotel had twentysix attendance was small but the closest followed by little Nellie Gottlieb, C98 FOR SALE-56 acres hammock land, four miles from city, with nice
/'Mrs. L. J. Lummus lefLJhis afternoon who 5-room house, $400.
scattered flowers along the
arrivals yesterday. attention was given the reader. Mr. way
I I Maurice Strauss assisted Mr. Schwer,'I &'111'' tho f;. A.'L. for Vlagan, Fla., the bride must pass. The came the C99 FOR SALE-20 acres fenced, 2% miles east of city, 4-room house, $400.

A fine line of cut glass just receivedat t I i in in the I services. / to visit her daughter, MrsrTJTA. Douglass bride, exquisitely gowned nd veiled, C97 FOR SALE-80 acres, 2 miles from city, 6-room house, with barn, etc,
i tIll Ocala Music Co. II I \ who has been quite III for sev- leaning on the arm of Mrs. R. A. Bur- $1100. (

al l days. ford. At the altar they me the bridegroom C83 FOR SALE-19 aeres, 1% miles from city, 6-room house, fruit trees,
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
Mr. and Mrs. Gatrell of Fairfield and his best man, II'. Garrett $500.
By local applications as they cannot (John E. Charles of Oxford is preps Hall of C94 FOR SALE-SO acres Kendrick
were in the city today. Montgomery, Ala. he plighted on hard road, 3-4, mile from city, per
reach the diseased portions of the ear. (ing within expert, to go into the pair linked hands and i a few impressive acre, $10.

There were nineteen arrivals at the There is only one way to cure deafness r- '*chicken Failing business on a modestScale words Rev. L. B. Warren C96 FOR SALE-20 acres, 3 miles from city, 5-room house, barn, etc., $300.
Ocala House yesterday. and that is by constitutional rem the first of the year. made them man and wire K56 FOR SALE-Five 2-room cottages at Holder, $250.

edies. Deafness is caused by the in- After the ceremony b r. and Mrs. C95 FOR SALE-15 acres, 4 miles east of city, 5-room house and barn, $200.
F- It is given up by all that Dame'scream I i flamed condition of the mucous lining( /O. L. Burdick, a former citizens of I Porter, parents of the pride, held a R72 FOR SALE-Lots in Munden's adflition, each, $10.
is the best in the city. tf of the Eustachian Tube. When thi ficala, wiU company his daughter, reception at their home /on Fort King R71 FOR SALE-Beautiful lot on Exposition avenue, $200.

tube inflamed you have a rumbling I II II.ounll jl/M rs. M. ll j/idle, home on her return avenue, which was atte: dad by many D79 FOR SALE-New house on North Wautula avenue, 3 rooms, $150. J
J. R. Thomas of Dunnellon was at :. or imperfect hearing and when I iSliout October 20, and will spend the friends, who took the opportunity to D80 FOR SALE-7-room house North Wautula avenue $1000. '

tlu Montezuma yesterday.Mrs. it is entirely closed, deafness is the 1'1 winter here. bid the newly wedd< couple good- R70 FOR SALE-Desirable lots in Mitchell's addition, $15 to $60.

salt, and unless the inflammation} can speed in the voyage f life so auspi R77 FOR SALE-One acre near Mr. Camp's hause, $650.
R Murrell of McIntosh took> be taken out and this tube restored tits o If there is C100 FOR SALE-25 with i
anything in a name then ciously commenced./ A number of acres, 2-room cottage, two miles from town, $300.
dinner at the Club House today normal (condition hearing will bedestroved "Regina" means $3 worth of the solidest .I- beautiful and valuab e presents told of -- -..-..

+t forever. Nine cases out often comfort a woman ever put on her 1 the good wishes of/tJle) friends of the THESE
For your embroidery go to the New I are caused by Catarrh which i is feet. We have our irew line of Reginashoos 'I bride. Supper waft served at eleven ARE A FEWINTERESTED J

Idea, next to Mclver( & MacKay.J. nothing 1 but+ an iiitlumed condition of in. Rheinauer & Co. o'clock. Just before entering the din .
I ? J
the mucous surfaces. ing the
!: room bridesmaids gathered
M. Toting and Col. T. P. Lloyd of r
I We will give One Hundred Dollars
The editor of the Star has received avery around the briJe, who held her boo
Inverness are at the Montexuina.Life's for any caseof Dtnfness (caused b '
>y quet: aloft, ancr each took
flattering invitation to go to one a tiny DOITNOW 1
Catiiih: ) that cannot be cured byI > ster Weh'l ribbon, one ftnd of which
October 9, and talk to the was fastened
walk matlteas} by w< arinCrossett's I lIall's! Catarrh Cure.
: Send for
circulars ers of Sumter county. County Superintendent -, in the 11 dquet. On the end of five
shoes. Uheinauer & Co. free.F. .
J.:1. Jones says: "Can't do of these bons were bows. On the
I J. MIRN'KY & CO., Toledo: O.i without you: will give you a full I other t ee were the ring. thimble and SEE J. STARR STERNBERGER
A full lino of school Looks atschool id j i Sold byHall's lruggisls. .;.
.c.
dime/which
house; bring Brother W. D. Cam withyou. were drawn respectively
supplies at the Ocala News Co.!
:
I II i Family Pills are the best. I ." If circumstances will permit we by .lisses Johnnie Liddon, Mattie Wili -
I I will take pleasure in accepting the '-i Hams and Mary Reardo'n.Vfhe .
n. B. I King proprietor of lie tVII'i'k I !' 1
THE SHOOTer vital ion. happy couple left on the Seaboard FALL
> hotel at Dumta'hors. is in the cit:v. l STOCK ARRIVING. '
I ) midnight traIn for their future
t I Ocala lovers of tho and I. I I home in Tuscaloosa /accompanied by
A beautiful lint' of sterling sib' gun trap onjoyed Avoid serious results of kidney y6r
I yesterday at the the best wishes of/ th usand friends.A .
goods just iccoivt'd.} Ocala Music Co. Driving Park bladder disorder by Taking FoWsKidnoy ]
I tho liuost ('oIHlwtith'cl} shoot that thecitv Cure. Sold by the Pasta ice most pleasing future of the wedding A. __
I: has held. I ceremony was the organized attendance
Tho "Duttenhofor" is the finest shoe l I, over The shoot {'on tin- Drugstore.
uod for several hours, in of the Ocala Rifles in uni
both the fore- -4 Our handsome Fall
mado for ladies. Sold only by Rhoinauer. and Winter stock ofMIIdIJNEIiv
noonn11 jiftenioou, as quite a number! I No danger of consumption if Vou form. This was in honor of the Mr'l I

Veto participating, and each was allowed use Foley's Honey and Tar to cure Collier, who commands a company
I I I I I the Alabama National Guard.
a largo: number of shots.
Shoos that please the children at. that stubborn cough. Sold by the Post
Ilrh'tothat please the parents. Ithe iii- There wore "u acl: shots hero from I I.JarkMII'ilIt' office Drugstore. --
VALUABLE PROPERTY SOLD
RUI'I' & Co. Tampa and Loosburg.Mr. .
Fail head of Jacksonville made W. E. Allen, administrator of the M. is arriving daily. Newest shapes and colors of

:Mr. and :\Irs.1.: V. B. VauNor.s and :I the best score' breaking 81 targets I I E. Keep estate at McIntosh, disposedWednesday
son R. VanNosa! !' of Arlington aIn re I I straight. probably tho !best record ever of a farm a short distance
the city. made in Florida by an amateur. Jack JUST T FEW LEFT. west of McIntosh at public outcry to,READY-TO-WEAR HATS

and Clifford Camp and Lou Haley Ed W. Rush, for $3500. Mr. 'Rush Is

The only place} in town whore you mado the best score for Ocala. I I the present tenant. Thursday morning I FINE OSTRICH

can get pure cream is at C. H. Dame's.Next I The* members of the Ocala flan Club I I j I I Mr.[ R. was offered $40 u for the propjerty. PLUMES,
to Mrs Hick's., It !! aro just I beginning t to practice r(> l -- It is one of the finest farms in
nlar'I'I I I
: ly and will soon no( in shape j Marion county. Mr. Rush secured a
J. E. Yates and Henry Docker, two some prettyork.:. The grounds are We are selling the bargain and he knows it. NOVELTIES in RIBBONS.
gentlemen from Indiana were at the the handsomest: : and most convenient

Club House today. in the state.Following. ;jt r. Hy Robinson of Jacksonville, Long Vails for Draping Hats

I aro tho scores: Genuine Madras. esident of/he Commercial banks of
I
The cheapest lint' of embroidery in I Event No. 1-1:1 targets: Fail-head acksonvillel/ cala and Live Oak. is

town can }bo found at the Now id loa, I| 14; Lang.; 14; Unwell. 1_'; Randolph I in town, looking over the business of I FRENCH PATTERN HATS

next to Mclvor & :MacKay. 12: Lets 11 ; C. Camp 13: Haley. 13; I $f,00 and $t.25 for f: (he Ocala branch, of which J. M. Barco I

J. Camp\ 13; Su1I1I; )lotl1'Jl', 13: : manager
:Mrs. Allen Gibson, miss Nellie Land isk ;, Crosby. )',; MacKay. 11 ; Jadgett 12: I Handsomest ever shown here
:
Dr. B. F. Lisk of Connor were) at Ford. 5.Event. 69 Cents. GARDEN SEEDS' ,
I I I to arrive in a few days.
the I
Montezuma
today. No. 2-20 targets: Fairhf'ad.1 I I Our fall and winter garden and field .
I IS; Vowel, 14; Randolph, IT.:;; Haley I I I seeds have arrived. A complete line
1 w1I l sell at a sacrifice, the Israel: 10(;; C. Camp, IS: ; J. Camp lit!'; Monroe. I 1 1I} of fresh, pure reliable seeds. Tydings CALL ON US FOR YOUR MILLINERY
Bl'Owl1 ,house, if polil within thiitylays. I i
17'Lang; 14; )Iad ar. 14; Lees, 10; j & Co. ,
J, Jitarr Stcrnberger.HOfiS : Sands S; Ball, 14; Padgett, 11 ; Cros- I Bargains in this material I ,

-' h> 11 : Ford. !I. I /C. M. Whrtesittes, chief clerk of the MRS. LUCIE F. B. EATON. r;

WANTED; -One hundred I Event No. :3-15: targets: Fairhead. !i are few be I jbcala House last night from Mrs. Hick's Old Stand.
so
very tempted
head of stock hogs wanted at o net. !' weeks'I ,
14; Monroe..12; Randolph ; Haley I la two to his old home in
Apply) to .1. M. Meffert, Ocala Fla. 13; r. Camp II I: MacKay, !0): Padgett. I TsQ : Ala.Foley's .
and
10: lees 10: Crosby 12: ; Sands i. come.BOSTON DAY PHONE 117
Miss Ruble Moore, a beautiful Jacksonville I PHONE<39
Event Xo. 4-:20 targets: : Fairhead, Honey and Tar cures coughsand
young lady, who came down to 1C; C. Camp 1S: Haley. 10+; Lees. *1\; I colds and prevents pneumonia. CROSBY HALL
wedding returned home &
attend the to
Randolph 17; Monroe, 17; MacKay. STORE. Take no substitute. Sold by the Post-
day. 16; Bail 12: Konl. 13; Padgett. 19. I office Drugstore.

Evento.. 5-1'L': '1 lea,I I
Mrs. Peter Ingram has opened an establishment 1;;; J. Camp. 12; MacKay. 1C; Ford,'I+(j Pretty library and parlor tables, LIVERYMEN
at her home on North 10 13 I odd shapes and finishes GENERALw
; Haley : Crosby. 10; Sands, 11 ; I jardiniereand
dies'Magnolia talionnade street for skirts.(the making ot la- Monroe, 13; C. Camp. 13; Ford, 10. l II Our Grand Fall Kay's.lamp stands. At Mclver & Mac-
(Event Xo.
0-:20! targets: Fairhead.

2i O; l Haley. IS; Clark. 17: J. Camp. IS; I Fine Carriages, Baggies and Traps

For a pleasant physic take Chamberlain's )Iacl ar. 14: Monroe, IS; Lang, 17; and Winter Openingwill Miss Ada Bennett ot Crystal River: Drummers' Carryalls Saddle Horses etc.
was shopping in! the city yesterday and ,
Stomach and Liver Tablets.
C. Camp. IS; Standll Y. 10; Ford, 11. I :
Easy to take. Pleasant in effect. For Event Xo''. 7-15 targets: Fairhead, today.

sale by all druggists.Mr. 15: J. Camp. 14; Haley. 14; Lang. 14; be announced i: J. Butch, /Blitchton, the young: FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES
Sands. 14; C. Camp. 12; Ford. 9; Mon- +: ,
W. W. Condon leaves on Goto rot.'. 14; Clark, 9; MacKay, 13; Cros- Collector for tXfe Commercial Bank, is
'etting acquainted with his duties Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
and
her 2 for New York to buy our big hoi j by. 7. later. l
iday line. Any special orders in our I Event No. S-25; targets: C Camp |f t ng on well with the work Boarded By the Month at Special Rate.

line left with us before that time will 20: Fairhead, 25;;; J Camp, 22: Stand r

receive his personal attention. Ocala lerl: MacKay i'l Ford, 22, Clark, FOiEYSHONElMAR If you want good cream, go toDame's. i
Music Co. 20; Lang. 19. [ He can furnish it In any Crosb & H
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MCIVER & MACKAY (I KIDNEY DISEASES j I.I rI Colored Folks' Column BEST FOR THEBOVELS


I Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor
Ii i are the most fatal of all diseased.


Florida : I If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
Ocala I: Mrs R. B. Sutton is improving. bowels -very day you're ill or ,.ill be. Keep your
bowels oi>t>nan>l be well. Forcein the shape of violent
; KIDNEY CURE III i iI physic or I'iltytisonisdanlterous. The wnootb-
FOLEY'S I est,eiiicst, mvsti-trfectvray of keeping the bo well
Buaraaleid RIBld, Miss Janie Richardson is very sick. clear and c.ean iato tare:


Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machinery I! or money refunded. k Contains Wm. Johnson and T. G. Reddish are II CATHARTIC CANDY

again in the city.
remedies recognized by eminent -

Wagons Buggies Phaetons Surreys Carriages ,| physicians as the best for WANTED-Brick mason. Apply to I

I i Kidney and Bladder troubles. J. Starr Sternberger. i i!
iI
PRICK 5k.( u4$1.00. I
Rev. B. J. Shannon will spend the

HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF :ALL KINDS i i, __At the_Postoffice Drugstore. the Sabbath editor.at Santos M. E. church with' EAT 'EM. LIKE CANDY

rIen'ant, PalatM-J: Potent, Taste Rood Do GOtt,
Sever Sicken Wpnl.l' ,>r Gripe 10,w i. and 60 cenU:
box. Write for free sample., and buoklet
Ask the agent of the S. A. L. for I per health. Address 435STlCUiQ OB
USE TAYLORRemedy 2r: KLHOT; COSPAM, CHICICO 5Iff TOii[.
; rates to the Wildwood
Building Materials, Every Kind and Description !: which convenes on October camp 8.meeting. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

of Sweet Gum and 1

J. II Reid returned home yesterdayto -------- -- ,
!Mullen for Colds
FURNITURE OF ALL 'KINDS I Coughs, Jacksonville after a pleasant: so- "
Nature's among which was a very large ham by
LaGrippe. Great jouin !in our Ctat! F K fiadson's.:
Oscar Johnson. The couple returns
Remedy for all Throat and t-
Mrs. Nancy Cooper 6f Gainesville, their many thanks to their friends. Refreshments -

PHOSPHATE PLANTS I:Lung Troubles. Thoronghly the mother of,D. J. Green, the chef of were served and the groom

Montezuma, left for home yester
tested for 30
25c.
years. and bride embarked on life's troubled

INSTALLED COMPLETE 50c., and $J. For Sale by day. sea. Congratulations.

'Comfortable lodging and first class
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I While in Jacksonville last week the
board at reasonable rates at the Mack

00- 00- 00- 00- 00- 00- 00- 00- OXFORD House on West Broadway.The I editor paid his respects to the North

o 0 -- Jacksonville Electric Company. This

We. left Oxford last Tuesday for A. C. L. MAIN LINE social given by the young men street car company is controlled by
Commercial Bank of Ocala night before last was a very
Mascot, missed connection and had to colored men, and has colored. conductors -
I I North Bound fine affair. Everyone present seemedto
layover in Trilby about twenty-four and motormen. It runs from Bay
C 9CAPITAL Arrive Ocala, 1:10 enjoy it.
I BRANCH OF hours. While looking about the car- p. m. street, through .Clay street and out to '
Leave Ocala, 1:30 p. m.
Q COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE 0 shed the train arrived from Ocala, and South Bound Does your horse interfere or i Mason's Park, (a colored pleasure re-

I II J Jf by chance we saw Sheriff Nugent, who strike? If so, call and give me a trial. sort) a distance of five miles from the

was on his way to Arcadia to look after Arrive Ocala, 2:40: p. m. Carriages, buggies and wagons repaired starting point. White and colored pat
S50.OOO.OO Leave Ocala, 3 p. m.
I f I his orange interest. at reasonable rates. II. Harvey, i I ronize this company freely. The cars
S.S.O.&GLeave
Several of the boys of Oxford took two doors south of Powers' grocery.i are equal to any in the city and the
9 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 9O Ocala, 7:05 I
: a. m
1 I advantage of the cheap rates to Ocala conductors are courteous and gentle.
Leave Ocala, 3 p. m. Miss Creola Parker
A. Jacksonville
o
last Monday.M. { manly. R. R. Robinson is president.
O DOES 'A GENERAL[ BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0I
Arrive
Ocala, 12:35 noon who has been short visit
I RECEVED.; LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT I : C. Spark ,an and Will Odell paid t I Arrive Ocala. 6:30 p. m. on a to -

AND SOLD O the Brick City a visit Tuesday.We I our city, returned home yesterday to ROBBED THE GRAVEA
I I Io the regret of one of our business young
understand that Captain 15. F. WATCH THE KIDNEYS
0- 00 00 0- 00 00 0 0- 0 0- 0 men. Guess who.
Smith has the contract for reroofingthe
startling incident, as narrated by
-- '--- --- ---.- residence of J. E. Charles.Mr. "When *
they are affected, life is in The Magnolia restaurant, corner ofi John Oliver of Philadelphia, is as follows

I Eugene Parham is still making t danger," says Dr. Abernethy. the great i I Magnolia and Market Sts., is open at : "I was in an awful condition.

improvements on his place. lIe has I i English physician. Foley's Kidney I all hours. Meals and lunches at reasonable My.skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken

;}. t: just had his cistern arched over with j I Cure makes sound kidneys. Sold by rates. Mr. and Mrs. ,Yo J'I tongue coated, pain continually. in

brick. i the Postoffice Drugstore. I Ruth, .
I managers.A back and sides, no appetite, growing
Mr. Ernest Smith has returned toi I i I weaker
day by day. Three physicianshad
Macon, Ga. where he has been attending I drunken man was: accosted the '
given me up. Then I was advisedto
SEABOARD
college. other day by the editor for drinking.
I use Electric Hitters; to my great
W. R. Haygood treated himself to al I AIR LINE RAILWAY i! He was shown that whisky was one of
joy the first bottle made a decided 1m.Jlron'ment.
I his worst enemies. His reply was, I
fine time with which
shotgun some ago I continued their use for
SPECIAL RATES$19.73GREENSBORO "Yes, Elder, I know whisky is en-
my I
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to ,Ire; ct his! chickens from the owls
three weeks and
t am now a well man.
\ and \'armints"l1il'h have visited him N. C., and return. -I!omy, but I am trying to follow the Hi.'I'I' I know they robbed the grave of another

lately. A few nights ago he heard a Tickets on sale October 9 and hIe. It says: "'Love your enemies I victim." No one shoo 1 fail to try

noise among his chickens and rushed )I 10; good returning fifteen days from jl love whisky. them." Only ;30c. Guaranteed at the

r p d7'' Sy r.'h .f. 'Yf'+ Jil Au'Y \tiaWH + out with his gun. After looking abouta slate! of sale. Extension to October I *L. Green the lightning shaver. Callsand Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

( little he decided ho saw the owl sit ,11 obtainable upon payment i of fee of try his shave and hair cut and you --- -
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ting up among the chickens, so fired 50 cents.t 'will always come. Shave, 10c.; hair

away and when he picked up his game $3.30-JACKSONVILLE, FLA., and re- II
I cut, 2:e.; honing razor, 25c; concave [.. .ALEXANDERPractical
he found that he had killed the finest' turn. Tickets on sale November 2 i razor, 7oc.: All work first class. No

chicken on the roost. He must have'' to I 6, inclusive; limited. returning to ;[long delays: two chairs. Next door to

been excited, or just naturally wanted November S. I Alberstine Smith, on West Broadway.

some chicken for breakfast. $23.55-HOT SPRINGS, ARK., and re- I I CARPENTER AiO! BUILDER

I turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdaysand I Why in the name of common senscdon't I II '
I Car ful estimates made on all contract
Saturdays, limited to return our people take their boys off
KALOLACRYSTALLIZED I \\oik. fh''H more and better work for
I within CO days from date of sale. the streets from boot blacking, shooting the money than: any other man In
Ocala F tl'llit Co.
re John DozIer1.. W. Condon marbles, ,etp., and send them to I toin.J .
--=:.= ..:::::.:..:.-.:. MINERAL WATER school? You will regret this in years : -------- ------ ------
Agent, City Ticket Agenti I
and Time. Frames NATURE'S NATURAL REMEDYA i i Ocala Fla. I to come. Just think of parents raising I Ii
Mosquito Fly Try our J J. A GOLYEB & BROTHERSUITS
ccmb'nutn' of crystals containing chain material. ,
I gang I II
and Canopies. Plain and Lace-Trimmed the medicinal properties of four i i _

Nets. Plain and Lace-Trimmed Bobinet Nets. noted mineral spring!: Cures Constipation A GREAT SENSATIONi Mrs. Lizzie Smith has opened a.first I
i i FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP
Indigestion, Stomach, Kidney, I I I I class restaurant on Broadway, next to

At E. C. Smith's. Liver and Bladder troubles. I| There} was! a great sensation in Leesi ...1 I the Powers' block. Mt-als and lunchesat Material Unequaled for the Price

"Take KALOLA six days and eat I i i vine Ind., When W. H. Brown of thaI reasonable rates.; Call and ho con

anything you want." I i! place, who was expected: to die, had ,1 -
----------- -- --- -- -- vinced.I
A teaspoonful dissolved in a glass ;[ I ANiNf1, DYEING AND nl p.-\IR-
his life
saved by Dr. King's New Discovery
of water makes a delightful and inexpensive -j for Consumption. He writes: i The rally at Zion M. E. church last I II INC NEATLY DONE

Mote Than a morning: laxative. "[ endured! insufferable agonies from ( Sunday was quite a success. Total I I --
1 Price 50c. and $1. amount raised, $22.90. L5ttl6 Gilbert Spring) Srmples in Great Variety for
For sale at drugstores or sent by ;.I Asthma, but jour new discovery gave I Inspection
!! Keeler who raised $3 on his card, received
mail, postage prepaid upon receipt of
$ IVHUion Dollarsof $ price. KALOLA COMPANY, thereatter i j the prize. Mrs. .J. B. Bluitt, who -
,I BEST SUITS rOR THE MONEY IN t
I
the adult's prize in the last rally
t C 3 d3m Savannah, fla. | euros: of Consumption, Pneumonia, won I
!deceived the same. The new church is TOWN
Bronchitis and
Florida Capital guarantees i j Grip are numerous. It'sth
ATTENTION, YOUNG MENIf j (' peerless remedy for all throat and well on the \way of erection and bids
this Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike
pure vegetable would
We
fair to success. say more
lung tumbles.
you are contemplating venturing Price ;50c. and $1

remedy to cure into the matrimonial realm, don't fail Guaranteed by the Anti-Monopoly I but space forbids. Success to the pastor NORTH MAGNOLIA- STREET

or money back ; to get J. A. Pittman & Son's prices on .''Drugstore. Trial bottles free. I i i Rev. W. 0. Bartley.

furniture. They can fit you up from i I Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the
witnessed
Over seventy-five persons
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cellar to attic. Cotton BuyerP.
i iI CHEAP RATES | last night the marriage of Thomas Roper -
I i I Miss Ann at O. BOX 134
and Peggy Harvey I
Cures: FOR SALE-A fine, !
gentle, high II
From Jacksonville Via the Georgiai the home of the bride, by Rev. W. 0.
I grade bull, not quite four old. i
years
i
r : y I i Southern & Florida Ry. Bartley. It was a happy occasion. The FOLEY: S IDDNEYCUREMAkes
Catarrhal affection of the nasal His progeny speak for themselves.Can i I j
happy pair received fifty presents Kidneys and Bladder Riot
t+ ..rt tl passages, bronchial tubes, lungs, be seen at Standard. Fla. Price. i, Trains leave Jacksonville 7:43 a. I
$75. If you wish to improve your : m., and 7:50 p. m. I
kidneys, bladder and stomach. ..
,stock, here is a bargain. Call on or California Points $43.05
AimNervous I I '
write Jos. P. Taylor, Standard Fla. :; San Francisco, Los Angeles, etc. I SEABOARD

9.23d1w-wlm. I i[Tickets on sale daily September 20 to '

E yH Indigestion !I and including November 30, 1903. AIR LINE RAILWAYFor
DO GOOD-IT PAYSA
i Seattle, Spokane, Wash., Portland
{ "r ? Consumption or any disease II I Ore., etc., $55.10 ,

tr 1..> C Chicago man has observed that i -
t. ,I of the 'mucous membranes. I Tickets on sale daily September 22
st.Z
r 1 '1q "good deeds are better than real estate -j to and including November 30, 1903. SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND,
.tL dl'eds-some of the latter I
rt"a v ,. i.t.i'- I As a Tonic worthless. Act kindly and gently are, J Atlanta, Ga., and Return, $10.85i I WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
show sympathy and lend a helping i Account Southern Inter-State Fair.
!y\M N.Urt V Y/Jvr rH
i !
l iK3v$4| 'A- Ml1[ miMnM hand. You cannot possibly lose by it." ; Tickets on sale October la and 22 only I Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
it builds the i
gives appetite, up I
i ; final limit October 26 1903.
,
I II Most men appreciate a kind word and I j
(}3 ,4.Rat ) _-, system, banishes that tired encouragment more than substantial I The lookout Mountain Route, the I! MODERN PULL L3 N EQUIPMENT

I, feeling, makes the weak strong help. There are persons in this community '|only. road having morning and night I Only' Line operating Daily Through Sleepers fioji Jacksonville to New

I and happy. who might truthfully say: ")Iy trains to St. Louis, Cincinnati and the I Orleans
01., .'f ,
ht 'dJ>'nCTU.cLD I I good friend, cheer up, a few doses of ( Wes via Valdosta, Macon, Atlanta, For full information and sleeper reservations call on any agent

OPi F >.I r 1.,.t iutFCTU'iN3U).. fit i I Sold in Ocala byT'YDINGS Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will rid I Chattanooga, Na.-hvile.! Local sleep. I' A. 0. MacDONELL, Ass?. Gen. Pass, Agent,

UACKSONVILlEjU.. Lf.5:..:>. : & co youn of your cold, and there is no dan- i. ing car and coach to Macon daily. I Jacksonville, Florida. :

-, -ijj I ger whatever from pneumonia when Through Pullman Buffet sleeping cars I JOHN DOZIER, Agent W. W. CONDON, City Ticket Agent,

.. you use that medicine. It always I to St. Louis, and through Pullman reservations I Ocala. Florida( '
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cures. I know it for it has helped me sold to Cincinnati and Chi- I _.- _.-- -. -- -
'V'V" ,. '' ': : For reservations and full inforimation.
""" out many a time. Sold by all drug Clgo. -

5 ( gists. j address, Fresh Meat and Game

VvORMSlgRKiWGFor i [ ., | J. H. RAFFTERY. Dist. Pass. Agt.,

: NEW SYRUP FOR SALEI 201! West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
i I We keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and
M YearsjSaspri te; a Gniorrn R2lnedies.y am making a superior article of II Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
new sorghum ). trade in TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
syrU) To the
: ::3": J.I :': :::>I-t'JGGXE1W8.: : t Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made.
.redby- :'- J \,fe S JF. gA .ARD, St. Louis. new barrels, for 40( cents a gallon, at Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
r.nnnNVtrnMl.v rw- Oxford. Address, John S, Perry Oxford lets. All druggists refund the money W. L. Jones, Proprietor.
'f it fails to cure. E. \V. Grove's signature -

.... _Fort. .sale. by -.the_ Anti-Monopoly. '_ .Drugstore'" and !all_..other. ',leading' .drugstores.',_ ........ .. .' Fla. dlw-w3t,.- I Lj on each, DOX. 25c. ._ ._ ..CIT'Y' M .-. F4.I<- T.'



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