The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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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.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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BITTINGER and COMPANY On Saturday night August 27, a I

PEOPLE J negro entered the home of William
Proprietors and PublishersC.
Howard and acted rudely, then wentto
y Who come of a cDealers of Central!
Leading $? and
L. BITTINGER, a. consumptive family 1 Chalmers Clinch's, where his conduct -

Editor and, Business ManagerR. when they begin I was very bad, then to Gallie's:

..- I to cough and i! I house, that of a colored woman. !i
the lungs are pain- : I >Southern Flotida.
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wherehe' choked and otherwise :
R. CARROLL, City EditorA t fnl. But it is a I "

--- I fact beyond disal I| ; her, taking with him about i:I ,.- > .
COUNTY EXHIBITThe proof that consumption :$18. Sunday morning a posse of ne-j k

I E i and cannot is be not in. I :goes started in pursuit capturing] We have a complete stock of everything ; .

I 1 I him at the Henry Gates house four i ,
time for holding the State
herited. The mi-
Fair at Lake City in November will crobt which breeds raiie! south of town. He was brought j I to be imagined in the Furniture Line. ''t: i .

speedily roll around and Marion i disease must abso to Anthony: and placed in charge of| ; "
i A lutely be received { Our stock is new up-to-date
county has so far taken no steps to by the individual I Special Constable T. J. Leitner. His ,

be lepresented. We trust the coun- before name was John Clark. He was and '
ive in
J consumption I quality the Very Best. We ,
ty commissioners at their meeting can be devti- given a preliminary trial and placed .

Monday will take time by the forelock '.' + oped.Men and women I under $400 bond, which he failed to also have a large stock of Turpentine ;- -
give. There was strong talk of
make the approprialion -
necessary who have been af- I
get Ii'hustle on 'exhibits and 4 flicted with obstinate lynching among the negroes, but he .. Wagons, Farm Wagons, Buggies, Car- ,,: -_V:

make a grand spurt for the $350 : coughs bron- was finally taken to the Ocala jail '--j.'

prize. It Is worth striving for, outS I the lungs emaciation and chitis weakness, bleeding have of to await the next term of court. All riages, Saddles, Double and Single :

side of the money consideration. j been perfectly and permanently cured the parties concerned are colored. ZI/ Harness Baby Carriages Go-Carts -- :

Marion has always been a progre.5- j by; the use of Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Dr. D. A. Smith, B. R. Stripling, .

sive county, as she is the richest in | Discovery.! It cures the cough, George Barker and Miss Grace Har- A1\ etc. In fact have almost '
natural resources in the state and with heals solid the, lungs, and builds up the body I well and mother took in the Jacksonville we any- ,
farmers who second to excursion this week. thing ask for. Come '
possesses are "When commenced taking your medicines, I you can see us
none in their ability to till the soil > eighteen months ago my health was completely W. Wesley Smith and wife left .
'I.broken down." writes Mrs. Cora L. Sunderland. -- -
and produce good crops. Whenever of Chinejville, Calvert Co., Md. "At times I Wednesday: for Dunnellon.Earl .
could not even walk across the room without Boyd and mother have .
Marlon farmers have returned -
county made
pains in my chest The doctor who attended mt THE BEST
exhibits they have invariably carried : Mid I had ixng l'liMbll.J"d that I would aver bt from Kentucky. QUPLITY "
well again, At last I concluded to try Doctor ,
off the prizes for best exhibits of asj i j Priculturul rCt1' medicines I bought a bottle of *Golden Hon. A. P. Baskin has bought II. S. ,, ,

products, as evidence the i ] Medical to feel Discovery a little 'better took it.then and you soon directed commenced Smith's residence and will move ir
result at the Sub-Tropical Exposition i i me to take both the Golden Medical' Discovcry' I soon. Mr. Smith will move to his LOWEST .
and the 'Favorite Prescription, which I
held in Jacksonville in 1889 and i! did. Altogether I have taken eighteen bottle I home place here.. I II

again at the State Fair held last November of 'Cuiden Medical Dico\erv' twelve of the The wife of Ross Kenley, colored,
'Favorite Prescription,' and five vial of Ptl MCIVER & MACRAYI
in the same city when this Ii lets.' I am now almost entirely well and do all died Tuesday morning after a long
my work without any pain whatever and can
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county captured the first prize of run with more ease than I could formerl'u'aJ!." illness.. ---- --

$250 for best county exhibit, and we I Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Mr. S. P. Lamb has opened up a .. 1i l

honestly think it can be done again, Adviser in paper covers, is sent free on nice stock of groceries in the Shealy --I I f 1
I receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to cover I NONE LIKE THE McCORMICK i i
building. This makes
: ten business T
if we enter the arena now and put SEA REEZE
of Address ,
mailing only. Dr
fcith our united and best endeavors. expense R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y. houses, including the beef and fish H Seaside I Inn
I A of Faith BY THE SEA ..
Again the Star says to the county -- market which la open on Saturdays. Change ,

commissioners!: : Take up this important Wedding cards are out announcing Mrs Webb is doing a millinery Palmetto, Ga., Aug. 2, 190L. I I OPPOSITE KEATING'S NEW CASIXO AND PIER
business in connection with store. W. G. Haynes, General McCormick I
and vital question at your 0 the coming marriage of Miss Leonora I Agents This Handsome New Modern Hotel situated on the FIN- .
J Mrs. Johnnie Neff and son returned H. M. Co., Atlanta, Ga. I I _
meetm; Monday, give it a careful Stroble, of Belleview to Mr. EST SURF BATHING BEACH IN FLORIDA.
I to their home in I Dear Sir I decided to .
Jacksonville : buy a
and judicious consideration, make James
a M. Coin, of the Shady Grove | -

suitable appropriation and then en- section, on Wednesday, September I f i I"Monday. mower this fall to harvest my crop. IS mti OPEN FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE

ter the lists for the best exhibit. I 3. The glide to be Is the charming |: The Misses Griffin and their broth- Aftcr looking around I decide to

We cammt afford to be indifferent I daughter of Mr. David E. StrobleC 1;, returned Wednesday from an buy a De ring, believing it to be ao Large, airy rooms. Exchange and Dining Room overlooking -

to it or be absent from the State I and the prospective groom Is one of 'i outing at Orange Springs. good as a McCormick and not cost- the ocean. Fine ems inc and service. Terms, $7 .

Fair. the successful young farmers of this j'I Henry .Stewart is quite sick at his ing as much. So I purchased a Deer- to $10 weekly. '

I' county. I mother's home.F. ing from their salesman. Mr. Fitz- JAMES II. JOHNSON & SONS. -

LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE W. Bishop and family are ex- patrick, to come through their agent.. Winter House : Grand Atlantic. Daytona Fla. .

EASTLAKE HOTEL pected home from Virginia, where: {Weaver, of Palmetto. The last n__ .y

Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton I they spent the summer, when his j i of July I brought the machine out T-

().,.tan do so !now though f:)' i Now open for guests. Lovely loca partner Prof. George Stuart, and I home and tiled it, when I found it Mr. and Mrs. James Norton and .LOW. SETTLERS' RATES TO

years he couldn't, because he sufferer ; tion. On the. beautiful shores o' I wife will leave for a visit to Illinois 1 j t was not what was claimed and sent- i iI wife of St. Petersburg, passed California, Washington,

untold agony from the worst. form i( Lake Weir., Finest bathing, boating Mr. Gus Boone moved to his new I for the agent, who came, bringing an I till ough Ocala today on their way Oregon, and the Northwest

of indigestion. All physicians and I: and fishing in the country. NJ I home mile and a half out this expert: hut they failed to make it North. They were met at the depot Every day in September and

medicines: failed to help him until hetieid healthier spot anywhere. I week I work sali 1etori1y. They said, however by Mrs. N.'s mother Mrs. Tom Pyles, October. Missouri Pacific Ry. Writff

nitric Bttters. which worked I Why go from" home when: all you H. Davis Forbes is moving to Anthony I it was as good as a McCor- and sister, Mrs. Will Dillaberry. I. E. Rehlander, T. P. A.,, ,

such wonders for him that he derlars seek, health, is found almost at your to take advantage of the term j! mick. Chattanooga, Tenn.
I II I Cures Eczema, Humors Pimples
they area godsend to pufferer0 ,I I doors? of school I My neighbor, Mr. Peek had a McCormick I Itching -

from dyspepsia and stomach troubles Eastlake! is on the Atlantic CoastLine I II that had cut over 200 acre; and Carbuncles-Costs "* I Know Oue Sure Reined
I mr an olwtinate cold. Ita name I k PintBailNOTICE
Unrivaled for diseases of the stomach I Ry., twenty miles south ot I SHATTERS ALL RECORDS of rough land, and! I went over to Nothing to Try

liver and kidneys, they build UI'I Ocala. Station not 100 yards from talk it over with him. lIe said that B. B. n. (Botanic Blood Balm,) is OF APPLICATION

and give new life to the whole sys hotel. Rates, $1 to $1.50 a day; So I Twic in hospltar, P., A. Gulledge. Mr. T. P. Arnold, former mayor of now recognized as a certain and sure F
I Deed Under Section 8 of
For Tax
tern. Try them. Only 50 ct*. Guar to $7 per week. Single meals, 50i I Verbena Ala., paid a vast sum toj j I Palmetto, wanted some bermuda cut : ure for eczema, Itching skin, humors Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida -

anteed by the Anti-Monopoly Drug Special low rates made for Marion I doctors to cure a severe case of piles. !i on a lot near his home, so we decid- scabs, scales, watery blisters, pimples Notice Is hereby given that W. A.

store. and Lake;: county people. Apply at causing 24 tumors. Wnon atl! fa'le'1: I{led to take the machines down audi aching bones or joints, boils! Green, purchaser of Tax CertificateNo.

hotels! or address P. S. Swarts & Co., Bucklen's Arnica Salve soon cured !i try them. in the presence of ten wit caibuncies, prickling pain in the skin. 114, dated the 6th day of August,

SOUTH CAROLINA PRIMARYD. I Stanton, Fla. dw 1m S 11 him. Subdues inflammation, -con I I nesses. Without the knowledge ofi old. eating sores, ulcers, etc. Botanic A. my D. 1900 office, has and filed has said made certificateIn application

quers aches kills pains. Best salvr1 i i the agents or salesmen of either Blood Balm, taken internally cures for tax deed to Issue In accord-

C.'Heyward leads in the race I Wanted-Men to learn barber ;In the world. 25 cents at the Ant: I j company we rigged up our machines the worst and most deep-seated cases ance with law. Said certificate em-

governor, Ex-Congressman Tolbei t I tl adp. Only eight weeks required Monopoly Drugstore.; and tal ted to work. I soon found by enriching: purifying and Totalizing braces the following described property -

second and Lieut.-Gov. Jas. H. Till- Steady practice, expert instruction.1{ my machine: was pulling very heavy the blood, thereby giving a health situated in Marion county, Florida -
II to-wit: Lots 12 and 13, Miller'ssub
man third. Congressman Latimer .te.. tools presented: wages Sa!urI' MOSS BLUFF the machine having been represented ilood supply to the skin. Botanic see 9-10, tp 12, R 21. The said

leads for United States senator: to day, diplomas granted, board included to .be of very light draft. It Blood. Balm is the only cure to stay land being assessed at the date of

succeed Mel.aurin. Out of a supped positions guaranteed. Catalo-pio Moss Bluff is prosperous. Crops I clogged terribly and finally came to ,'ur :d, for these awful, annoying skin the issuance of such certificate 1 In
vote of 90.000 haveso mailed free. Moler Barber College, '! a standstill. After adjusting the ma- the name of Unknown. Unless said:
: only 30,000 fines: espedally cotton, cane and 'I| troubles.! Heals every sore and give certificate shall be redeemed accord-

far been heal from. Xew Orleans, La.Hanrock's sweet potatoes. Every farmer seems j chine and giving it a good oiling, IJ the rich I glow of health to the skin ing to law, tax deed will be.Issued

There will be a second primary to be busy picking cotton. The I! started again and with the same re- Binlds up the broken down body and thereto on the 27th day of September -
Liquid; Sulphur is In-j I! sult. I drove slow and it would not makes the blood red and nourishing.! A. D. 1902.
staple was: never better than this'
The University' College of Medicine dorscd and prescribed by many l ad- I j II' tut, and when I whipped up my Especially advised for chronic, old Witness my official signature an t
season, our most I I
say experienced i
seal this the 22nd day of August, A.
of Rif hmuud. Va, has preparedfor : fig physicians throughout the country horses one wheel of the mOWN
farmers. j I II cases that doctors patent medicine' D. 1902. S. T. Slstrunk,
free dlttiibution booklets entitled for all blood aud skin troubles. I would fly off of the ground. I looked :
We have had some of the warmest j|I and hot springs fail to cure. Druggists Clerk Circuit Court of Marlon coui
"T Hundreds of cages of eczema and other around at Mr. Peek with his McCormick i ty. Florida. .
(>achlng Methods, which is of I weather ever experienced in Florida ]I !5, $1. To prove B. B. B. cures,

value to all persons!, who are at all in- t skin diseases have been permanently the past ten days the thermometer'i mower. and was amazed to see :ample sent free and prepaid by writ- ,

terested !ia educational cured by the use of' registering 103 last week. j lIt cutting like a newly honed razor. ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. NOTICE OF APPLICATION:
ql1estion3.1 I
It is noteworthy as Liquid Sulphur after all other rem- I After repeated attempts to cut with Describe trouble and free medical advice .
One of the rattlesnakesever
For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
tent to which the best ideas. on the I I lies failed. .For sale by AntiMonopoly seen in this section was kilfed j i, the machine without avail, and much sent in sealed letter.TYPEVRITER Chapter 4889, Laws of Florida
subject of teaching have been adapted Drug Co.t worry and chagrin. I hauled the machine ,
Is that Alexander
I in Mrs. J. R. Hightower's orange Notice hereby given .
by them to the needs of their pro I grove a few days He j I back to the agents The Deer- RIBBONS Wynne, purchaser of Tax Certificate .
ago. was something
fessional schools of Medicine Dentistry I Professional Cards I| ing Company sent an expert down to No. 2047, dated the fith day of __-
over eight feet long and had a 1900 has filed said
and Pharmacy.TO I v adjust it, and finally the general Remington and Franklin t ."'. August, A. D. cer
I ----- string of twenty-seven rattles. ) p tificate in my office and has made application '
I One of the greatest freaks in the j manager: but it was never adjusted: writer ribbons 75 cents each. for tax deed to Issue in ao- .

MY FRIENDS I R. D. FULLER, hog or swine family can be seen at | so it would work properly. I felt Ocala: News Co.crO cordance with law. Said certificate
i like I had done my part and as the embraces the following described
Mrs. Hightower's. The pig is two situated In Marlon county,
It is with I tell 1 machine property
joy : you what Ko was not capable of doing
+ DENTIST .; years old and weighs thirty-two 6 room houses Florida, to-wit: Sw quarter of nw
dol did for me. I ,was troubled with 1 the work I bought it for I felt honor- of of 10,
pounds. He is six inches between I quarter nw quarter see tp
my stomach for several months. Upon the' ably released from my contract, and For rent in crhird ward. 17, R 24. The said land being assessed -
eyes, has a rooter or nose ten
being advised to use Kodol I did Office Over Munroe & Chambliss Bane I paid a few dollars more and got a at the date of the Issuance of
inches long, spoon shaped, his forelegs Apply tc Gillen, Star Office such certificate In the ng.mef Gerald
80. and words cannot tell the good OCALA . . . FLORIDA six inches long and hind legs I McCormick from your agent. I can & Snow. Unless said certificateshall .
has done me: A neighbor had Ays: honestly I say that DO machine could be redeemed according to Jaw
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three inches; sits up all the time Admiral George Dewey writes: "I
pepsia so That he had tried most: I work better. I have had no trouble tax deed will be issued thereto on the
J. E. CHACE like a dog; never lies down; .head have used COKE DANDRUFF CUREfor
eveiything. I told hm! ,to use Kodol I with it. I can cut with it on the hill 20th day of September, A. D. 1902. .
close up to his shoulders, and apparently -s the past year and found it an excellent Witness my official signature nn1
Words of gratitude have come to mt- I side, on fiat l land and among stumps.
has no neck at all. This iI i ] preparation." For sale I y An- seal this the 18th day of August. A.
from him because I recommended it. DENTAL SUR3EONOffice I freak hog carne out of Juniper I The grass can be thick and heavy 't-Monopoly Drugstore. p. 1902. S. T. SI trunk. 1
-Gen. W. Frye. Viola Iowa. Health or it can be in any shape and the Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county.
Swamp.J. ,
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and strength of mind and body depend MCormickuts it down just the .
Upstairs Commercial BankBldg R. Batters and family are spending 1- -
en the stomach, and normal ae same.
OCALA FLORIDA a few days with relatives at thisplace. NOTICEOf
tivity ot the digestive organs. Kodol I will advise any farmer who wantsa

the great reconstructive tonic cure TERMS CASH rI I machine that will hold its own under MEAT Application for Tax Deed Under
I Mr. J. E. Roush is preparing to go
8 of 4888 Lawsof
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all stomach and bowel troubles, in any and all conditions one .
to Arcadia.
digestion, dyspepsia.( Kodol digest: I \V. MAREAN M. D. Mrs. I will not worry him to death or kill Florida '
H. R. Clifton, from DeLand
any food yon eat. Take a doe aftei i his stock, to buy a McCormick. Thi.-* Will be Cured for OwnersFor Notice Is hereby given that F
HO.VOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND has been spending a few days with I Lang & Son, purchaser of Tax Certifi-
meals. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. her daughter Mrs. H. P. Griggs, andother I machine 'is no experiment. It may cates Nos. 251. 241 and 484, dated the '
the information of all interested
-- SU RGEONSpH'iaf cost you a few dollars more, but ;It 6th day of August, A. D. 1900. ha*

BLANK ROOKS attention given to the treat- relatives at this place. I I I will be the cheapest after you begin: we announce that the openingof filed said certificate in my office, and
-- John T. Lewis will leave in a few I our meat packing house will not has made application for tax deed to '.
mint of Chronic Diseases and Diseases I cutting your grass.
days for South Florida to purchase cold de- issue in accordance with law. Said ""
nterfere with
our storage
We have a thousand dollars'worth of Women and Children. I Yours truly, 0. A. Nixon certificate embraces the following de-
oranges for the fall and winter j
of blank books. i :artment. WE WILL scribed situated in Marion
Every style. property
I Ocala Fla.
traae. His
: advices from the
size ruling and price. from 5 cent l I FOR SALE CURE MEAT FOR OWNERS aril county, Florida, to-wit: S half of lot
Office over Tydings' Drugstore. Of- beSt and largest growers in SouthFlorida I with increased facilities and a corn 2, sec 30, tp 12, R. 24; sw quarter of \

to $10 each. Ocala News Co. fice hours from S a. m. to 12 m.; are to the effect that the i Big Bargain in Timber Land petent man in charge we are in a position se quarter, sec 36, tp 12, R 23; nw }S

from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. crop is 35 to 30 per cent short of lastseason's ; |I Fourteen thousand acres of the ; to promise still better results quarter. of se quarter, sec 6, tp 13, B \
Now the i i1-
sickly season 24. The said land being assessed at
Re.itlence-No.; North Main Street, crop. He thinks prices willrange finest turpentine and saw mill timber
than in the past. We will be read
approaching eret a 25"cellt IvtftU! the date of the issuance of such cer
known the Nash Cottage. 25 to 50 cents per box morethis i !MI the state. Has fine transportation 1st andwish
of Arkansas Chill and Fever Tonic as : to buy hogs about November tificates in the name of L. S. Lundy,
season than last which will average -: facilities. Will be sold at a bargain to impress the fact that oily Exr. Fla Land & Mortgage Co., Ltd,
and ward off a spell of fever I wind estate. A Fortuna for and Unknown. Unless said certifi-
$2 and $2.2.i net to the growerfor to up an that have been corn-fed for
Sold and guaranteed by Tydings DR. ]. W. HOOD, food fruit. i some one. Address Box fi.:/:;. Ocali hogs We cates shal be redemed according to
about four weeks are desirable.
law tax deed will issue thereon on
& Co. > 'Physician and Surgeon Our community is sad over the Fla. 7 CO I tf ohcit correspondence from parties the 13th day of September. A. D. l00!.

death of Gen. J. J. Dickison a herowho :, who have hogs for sale. Witness my official signature and '
Coke Shampoo and Toilet Soap Residence N,. 19 Herbert Street stood always for the right. CASTOn.XA. I East Fla. Ice. Mfg. Co.. seal this the 7th day of August A. D.
for the hair scalp and skin. clean Phcne No. 84 : rata the jtF K ri Ycu Have Always Eug1xa.uro !! :! 1902. S, T. Slstrunk.

beautifies. For sale by Anti \11' ct i Simon Benjamin, Manager Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county,
Off.c with Dr. E. 'Ian Hood !
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I Pyny-Balgam Relieves Blest: Away : / 8 8 W tf
Florida. _
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nopolv Drugstore Ph"n No. 11 and maul a speedy end of coughs and colds. 1 (,1 IZc { --
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Mrs 11. A. Burford Is on the sick Washington, I). C., Aug. 27.-For I The finance committee of the :;

list EI t Florida; Showers tonight and METHODIST SOCIAL I Ocala Confederate camp and Daughters -'

Thursday. : of the Confederacy met last evening -

Limeade from fresh limes at The monthly social of the Wo- in tIle city hall and found from I

Troxler's $100 REWARD, $100 man's Home Mission Society of the' the reports received that they had :;
all the funds needed !
to defray the
i M. E. church will be held at the I
Flower Pots, all sizes, at Mclver & The readers of this paper will be I!! home of Mrs. W. H.. Clark Thursday expenses attending the interment of ,

MacKay's. phased to know that there is at least'r General Dickison and small
: a sum
afternoon( (2Sth) from 4 to 6. In for Infants and Children.
one dreaded disease that science has left, which will be presented to Mrs.
connection with this Mrs. Clark'sSunday
i Fruit Ices at the Post Office been able to-cure in all its stages, and school class will serve refreshments Dickison. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PfireI

; ,. Drug Store. that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure boric, Drops and Sootliinjr Syrups. It is Pleasant. It I
on the lawn to the young contains neither *
Ophun, Morphine nor other Narcotic
: e is the only positive cure now known COMMENCED OPERATIONS
; Tally candy, all kinds and flavors people. Proceeds to go to the church substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishiiess. .
to the
medical Catarrh
\ It Diarrluca and
debt. Everybody cordially invited. cures Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth.
at Dame's.Mr. being a constitutional disease requires H. A. Fausett's cotton gin t has be- in
i constitutional treatment. Hall's W. 0. Massey, special gun work for the fall season. Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep
' 1 W. P. Strobhar, of Gainesville, messenger _. The Children's an3.cea-The Mother Friend.
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, '
actj j the Ocala Confederate post to t
is in the city today. Ing directly upon the blood and mucous attend the interment of Gen. Dicki Osco and Guy Zewadski went out The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
their for
on bicycles an early spin
surfaces of the system, thereby
son; and Mr. Geiger, of the Ocala
Bottled Coco-Cola for home use this morning, taking the road west. the of
I destroying the foundation of the disease ) Rifles escort, returned home this Signature

i on ice. C. E. Taylor.Mrs' and siying the patient strengthby morning, while Messrs. Max tirot. When near Martel, Osco's wheel
4. t broke do\vn and the boys had to walk
building the constitution and
up Carlton, Dorsey and Ballard returned
Anna Bond Hopkins remained
all the way back. as Guy would not -
nature in work.
assisting doing Us
I this afternoon. Lieut. Graham, Will
f' over in Jacksonville .
desert his brother.Mr.
The proprietors have so much faith Dunn and'Jesse Miller will return vin
Lemons and in its curative powers that they offer tOne he Mrs. Brian and 0
Bananas Pineapplesat morning. her \ Albert Gerig and wife left this #

the Hole in the Wall. Hundred Dollars for any case son. Charles, also returned this af afternoon for Winsboro, S. C., the In Use For Over 30 Years.
that it fails to cure. Send for list of ternoon. _

Tax Assessor Alf Ayer, of Mclntosh testimonials. Address, The preparations at the grave of old home he absent of Mr. Gerig.a month They visiting expectto b.,_- ..-o;."".",&.._::.:..M1:etNfAUR->.:,,., :;:?:?:e.o.I1/"_"_ :"hU"OI.3., ".,":".'-tR. .!'!I!NEW,::: tpRli.:.;_Nil'_.,,__',_ .: _::,.. '_: __

was in town today. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Geneial Dickison were perfect. A friends. "
Sold by druggists, 75 cents. DAY 'PHONE
large canvass awning was stretched 117 NIGHT 'PHONE 3'
Drop in and our cigars and Hall's Family Pills are the best. above "
try ( the grave, so that those who JERSEY CREAM AND BUTTER

tobaccos. C. E. Tavlor. took part in his burial were shielded And sweet milk in any quantity. Address LIDDONCOMPANY '
Rev. J. R. Biggs, the editor and .
.1 from the sun. :Negroes diessed in D. M. Boney, Box 26, Ocala or
Master Douglass Hopkins, of Orange proprietor of the Religious Digest of i white call at his home in the first ward.
prepared the grave and closed
Lake, is in the city today. this city, returned Monday from an I i it. .
'I extended missionary! trip through I Among the prominent business,

A growing demand for the Hole in Mal ion, Citrus, Hernando Levy and Buttermilk and Sweet Milk by the men in town today was J. T. Peacockof

the Wall Special Havana Smokers. I Alachua: counties, holding divine services ValdOsta, Ga. He registered at
glass, quart or gallon at the Hola in
- I wherever he happened to be. tHe 'Wall. the Montezuina. Carriages, Buggies and Traps, Drummer'
H. Jos. Wise of Savannah, is In. .
is home this week, getting out his Saddle Horses
town today interviewing the trade. Carryalls, etc.
paper, which ,is the organ of the A WORM KILLERJ.
"Through the months of June anil
Christian Church in Florida. It is an A. J. Montgomery, Puxico, Fine Vehicles
all baby Horses
Big line pretty toilet sets; July our was teething and took
excellent publication and should be I : Wayne county, Mo., writes: "I hnv'elittle ,
off of
prices and styles. Mclver & MacKay.J. 1 running the bowels and sickness
in the home of every member of that twin girls, who have been botherEd
I of the stomach .
: says: 0. P.1. Horses and Mules for Sale.
B. Malloy, the trucker and millmnri I denominntion. I J Jlolliday, of Deming Ind. "His bosr- with worms all their Jives.' I \

of Anthony, was in town 1
tOdaY'1 We make the filling of prescriptions times a day. I had a bottle of ChainM failed until I used White's special

Price cards, all (lcl1omin ; our special: business and berlain's Colic, Cholera! and Diar Cream Vermifuge; the first two doses

from 5 cents to $10, for sale at this with care, promptness and low rhoea Remedy in the house and gave brought four worms from are of UDDON&C01

office. prices have built up a good bnsi1 1 him! ; four drops in a teaspoonful of them the nexttwo doses, twelve, one

We want trade and water and ho ol them measuring twelve inches;
ness. tour got better at once.: Ocala F rOt ids.

Typewriter paper, carbon paper, will be pleased; to have you ask I Sold by the Anti-Mono;oly Drug the other child was only relfeved of i _. .: .., 1 ..
undrics OcaltN'I four worms. It is a most excellent - ----- ---
copying press etc. : your physician to leave your pre. !;tOI'\. .
scriptions with Tytlings & Co. medicine.; White's Cream -

I -. I The Ocala Reading Club filet yesterday J- is good for children. It not only Commercial Bank

Mr. Sam Stokes, a prominent and destroys worms, It helps the child to
i Mr. and Mrs. Handelsman, of the with Miss Lil5a Brumby The a
successful: farmer of Oxford, is in p--rtect growth wards off sickness. -
i j Boston Store, left over the Seaboard subject of their researches and BRANCH OF .

Ocala. I this morning for New York to lay in I i investigation was Shakespeare. Next 2uc.; at Anti-MonoRoly Drugstore.
esh Sweet and their fall stock of goods. They will j i Tuesday the club meets with 'Miss
FI Duke's Caporal
Prof. W. Wesley Smith, of Anthony -
TUI ki.ih Trophy Cigarettes. Ocala purchase as fine and attractive a :Minnie Gamsby and will peruse

News Co. \ stock of goods as ever reached Ocala. |I ''H nry VIII." went down to Dunnellon this af- CAPITAL 'S5O.OOO.OQ ,--

i I I I terncon to get ready to open school j

W. M. ClolI h. of Tampa, a well Hammcc-Ks, all grades, ice cream WANTED 5 YOtJN'(1tE from :at that place. Miss Daisy Milligan INTEREST PAID ON TIMEDEPOSITa

known traveling man, was in town freezers, ice chests and refrigerators Mai ion county at once to prepare for will lie his: assistant. *-v

y.':terday. and bamboo porch screens, Mclver I II'positions in the Government Ser- t
& MacKay. i j vice. Apply to' Initiate Carves Limeade from fresh limes.
Mosquito nets, two I i iMrs. Inst.,,,Cedar Rapids, Ia. Sep. 27. Nothing 'so good. The purest .

patent i improved\ frames at Mclvcr I H. A. Ford, her charming I .yrup used. C. E. Taylor. .

& MacKay's. 1 daughter, Miss Emily, and Mrs. I Munsey's, Ainsl:e's, Le 1i'J's and _____ I I : L.:7

A Ford's sister, Miss Emily Stotesber- the Strand magazines;. LadlesHome' Arthur Glass, of the A. C. Line, I W. S. Priest, a thriving merchantof I .

J. A. Jennings, president of the ry, after a pleasant sojourn of several Journal and Woman's Home Companion passed down this afternoon to make Daisy, accompanied by his father I '.

.. Gulf Naval Stores Co., was in the I weeks at Atlantic' Beach, re for September at the-Ocala- a professional visit to Eustis. Mr Gabe Priest, was among the callers An interesting game of ball will ,
city today. turned home yesterday. News Co.'s store. in the Brick City today. be played on the South Third street

HOTEL SAVOY diamond Thursday afternoon be

FRUIT ICES, delicious and refreshing Violet Scented Talcum Powder I The Star acknowledges a pleasantcall ,!I Special rates will be given to ten Hancock's Liquid Sulphur cures twcen two picked teams of the city.

5c. at the Post Office II to relieve chafing. prickly heat. I this morning from Fraters J. F. table boarders (provided that num- skin troubles of every nature. No Everybody should go out and see the

Drug Store. etc., ioc., 3 for 25C. Tydings & .Harrison, of St. Petersburg, W. U.i ber will a'pply within a week) for home should be without it. Ask you. game, which may be the last of the

i. I! <:- f j Simons, Key West, John W. Chas- one month. This inducement is druggists for a book on Liquid Sul season... Below will be found the
Air. R .. Martin, of Lake Weir, is II
line-up and it will be noticed that
i I I|I teen, Live Oak, P. G. Spliess :New simply offered to establish the reputation phur. By Anti-Monopoly Drug Co.
spending several days in Ocala on I Miss Lucile Ansley. who has been of the table. the strength Is very evenly divided:
important business. Smyrna, and J. E. Springstead, Palmetto -

..... the guest of Miss Violet Harris for all delegates to the late state A card from R. R. Carroll, city editor .1'ord..Catcher .Dlnklns.

several weeks, returned to her Thom- meeting of the Fraternal Union in ,This has been one of the qui t of the Star, now enjoying himselfat Clark . .Pitcher . Wills.,
Congress cts.
playing 50 l aville, Ga., home today. l!j j Ocala. I days of the year in Ocala business Seabreeze, says the weather is Lummus_ First base . .Finch.
All other kinds 20, and 10 I
25 15 II I and hotel circles. cool, the breezes from the ocean delightful Gaskiil..Second base ..Scott.

cents. Ocala News Co. j Taylor has received his fresh . .
i "My baby was terribly sick with bathing fine and fishing im Moody Third base /. Sullivan.

Whitman candies. Second to none* !: We have an Ideal Cash Register, mense. I Juhan . Short stop .Jewett.
For Sale One roll ; the diarrhoea, says J. H. Doalc, of t
top made. No exceptions. Try them and : Williams 1t 1 one of the finest and most improved I I ;ogt..Center field ..Roller.i .
Oregon. "We were unableto
show'case: also one cracker display be convinced. In 40, 60 and 80 cent machines on the market, never been Pure, unadulterated natural flavor i i i Wheeler Left field . .LIddell.Ensleby .
outfit at the Hole in the Wall. \ cure him with the doctor's assistance low
will sell for
used, that we a very
packages. Remember, confectionery : Tennessee Smoking Tobacco at the . .Right field Qerff,
I ;' and as a last resort we trietChambErlain's' Ocala, j
I I is one of our specialties. We study' cash figure. Address The Star, Hole in the Wall I I .::::
Mr. F. Bone, the Hamburg, Germany i Colic, Cholera and Fla. 1
j to please.
phosphate dealer, is in Ocala Diarrhoea Remedy. I am happy to
Mrs. Chas. M. Brown, Jr. ha3.'ieturned
looking after business interests here. I The Star regrets to hear of the ill i say. it gave immediate relief and 2 Miss Trantnam, who has been visiting ,
from pleasant visit to Miss "While picnicking last month ll
I ness of Mr. and Mrs. Troxler's baby !i complete] cure." For sale by the AntiMonopoly Mr. and Mrs R. W. Messraore, \\a my
I Theresa Crown, of Tampa, year-oM! boy was poisoned by some
Terkecween Oil Liniment, the at White Springs. If it does not improve -, Dr' : store. .9 left for Zolfo Springs this afternoon "
i II weed or plant, says W. H. Dibble Qf
1 best liniment will not blister i, in a day or two, its mother I j ----
; by I Iruhhin I Mr. Phil F. Brown the former admirable BASEBALL GOODSWe Hard Water Soap or Cocoanut Sioux City, la.'fHe rubbed the poison
Try it for all pains and I.i!!, will return home with the little one. !i off his hands into his and fqr ,
; landlord of the Ocala House,I OH Soap, 4 cakes for 5 cents, at eyes
aches and for red bugs and mosquito ; I[ -:- j will close out our remaining awhile we were afraid he would lose
bites. & Co. II I I Another big; shipment of sl.i-1 but now of Blue Ridge Springs, Va., stock of baseball: goods at cost. the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.}
Tydings his, sight Finally a neighbor recommended -
j where he is running his own hostelry Ocala News Co. I.
tioner's in. Call and I Ii
supplies just .
-- i,I I .I j I, chock a-block with summer visitors -I Mr. Vincent Moody, formerly of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. ;

I II 'isee i us ; we have everything in .l I has not forgotten that Florida 'Mr. and Mrs. Allen, of the merrygo Ocala, but now a citizen of PaJatka, The first applicaton helped him and

"k I'!.us i Iieullhyq1 I:: line. Ocala News Co. I II grows the finest limes in the worldand round, left for Gainesville today. is in town on a visit to his parentsButtermilk in a few dayjLJ" well as ev- j

:0 1'I ', I i I Mr. Geo. K. Robinson the cotton sent an order to Mr. Troxler for I After a stay of several weeks there i er." For skin diseases, cuts burns, l|

_t -''d'i' Food .i|I I buyer for H. C. Dutton & Co., was I II !j' a box which he sent today. I they expect to return to Ocala.IT and sweet milk on scalds, wounds, insect bites, DWilt's #-

f 'i I I --- ice. It is good and Try it. Witch Hazel Salve is sure
,. : I put in the country today interviewing ) pure.
..- f",g' j! The be* physic-Chamberlain's NEEDS A TONIC C. E. Taylor. cure. Relieves piles at once. Beware
t1 r Is nut cold food but the growers.
.t ;
:: i ,i| Stomach and Liver Tablets.! Easy toby of conuterf its. Anti-Monop
I -_ rj and .
!i! n 1 fly:!Mf! i! The handsomest line of upholster- i j (take. Pleasant in effect For sale oj There arc times when your liver CURED PARALYSISW. oly Drugatore..

J i 4a t Uncontaminatcd 'I tng material ever shown in the =fty. i!M the Anti-Siononoly Drugstore. needs a tonic. Don't give purgativesthat S. Baily. P. 0, True, Texas,
l = fail free frum I JMoIter & M.irKay. gripe and weaken. DeWitt's EYES examined by latest scientific
.r: bail i iI iI jI jI writes: "My wife had been suffering -
': I I Ii The F. U. of A. delegates regretteie methods. No charge. We are here
;! j Little Early Risers expel all poison
taste and smell. i 1 1I I five years with paralysis in her
f I I, Mr. S. A. Standley, the up to date I forced departure of Frater J. F. from the system and act-as tonic to. arm when I was persuaded to useJBallard's -..,,111 the time. Satisfaction guaran

The "Odorless" j liveryman and dealer in first classhorse j I i 'Cordes who had to return to Live the liver. 'w. Scott; 531 Highland j Snow Liniment, which teed. Ocala Music Co.

j; flesh is expected home in a'_ 'Oak :yesterday afternoon. Mr. C avenge, Milton, Pa., says: "I have '! cured her all right. I have also used

| day or two with several carloads of was a former resident of Ocaja and carried DeWitt's Little Early Risers CHILDS CIGARS .
{ it for oldsores, frost bites! and skin
Refrigerator j fine horses and mules. an employee of the Ocala FoundryHe with me for se"eralears and would j I eruptions.: It does the work." 2oc., A thousand Geo. W. Childs' cigars -
i j -. is enjoying good health and and received Ocala News
pros not be without them. Small j i I 50c. and $1 bottle at Anti-Monopoly 1 I just
1**Scientific Preserver of F._.1. The cirruiatkn nl< I j After July ist! we will have on perity. easy to take.* Purely vegetable. I Drugstore. Co.
airs so pcrlectl arranr..l that odor fri.ns fruitn.
bh,-ix., are cat rkd olfnj out and do not cumen i hand} a full stock of fine station- They never gripe or distress. AntiMonopoly -
..un .l.t \\ah the oe as in aU other retr.gerat.r.ElltA I Men-Our catalogue explains hoarwe Talcum Powder
I Violet
I cry, pens, inks, pencils, mucihgesj Drugstore.Mr. MISS ANNIE SHARPE ,
TO !land all other things in this line I j teach barber trade in eight t I perfumed, 150., at the :Anti- [>

dAoDrfIMeAslsk j I Be pleased to remember this. Ty- j j weeks; mailed free. Moler College J. B. Tinkersley, one of the Announces the opening of her riopoly. Drugstore.A .
i school October 6th
New Orleans, La I on Monday,
merchants and truck
;, hunt itf So'id & CP. prosperous ,
uar'aJ.e:1 0 I:-k finish and i U lined j dings
ant! ,'.h,.:. }.uau:el and Nukrhid.- Far Suixriii I of Coleman, was in the city to- 1902. fine lot or new paper novels Just
t., -liniwr! bt-cau tiwuuie: No Joint and ?: ,
Little Misses Lula and FlorenceMellon usual : received. Ocala News Co.
.'.II-. -'it i-rsckr1 to clo: ? with ilirae-tevin. I! formerly of Ocala, but now Kindergarten, primary, intermedi
1HF H"S: ER "'F.,.CO. er'ATTANOOGATENu.EE.eE. young lady of Gainesville, was
t.......".,....... -.>s I.T"E 4)910; ". among the visitors in town yester- !J of Tampa, are the guests of Miss ; Hard to tell how a sponge will ate. A full corps of competent Big Glass Punch Bowls, as hand-
Sold by the Caro Liddon. some as cut :;lass. Oeala New Co.
will be in
it. The teachers charge.
I I day. |I'.n:lr by looking -at ap- .' ,
OCALA FURNITURE CO. i i pearance doesn't count for much. For further information. address
I Why let mosquitoes worry you, When your tamily goes away We have the BEST stock of (Miss r t Annie .M. Sharpe, Box ,

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE i when von' can get a bottle of Skeet I i, for a visit of a week or for severalmonths 1; sponges and know they will wear I! 532, Ocala, Fla. The Ocala House Barber Shop, located
try boarding at the ClubHouse well. Post Office Store.
Skeet for the Post Oij Drug
TO cents at j
I in the middle of the front of the
OF MEDICINE "JSBBS-: i fire Store. Ii J. H. Vereen, proprietor, ;I IKE TOMPKINSThe
i Drug I hotel offers In its line
MEDIClftEDENTISTRfPHARMACY. the best service
north side square. STOVE WOOD STOVE WOOD All Around Hustler
I of any place in the city. Competent
( STANDARD. CASZ.O.n.XA. 1 1I Has opened a first class fish stall No.
fIrat-Cla3s .} METHODS, i For Stove Wood, phone or drop a and skilled workmen and courteous
Miss Viols tte Robertson! of Whitney :
I -
the Kind and he asks
IN EQUIPMENT I Bears tie Hail! Always Boi'gfil\ card ,to the OCALA SPOKE AND 10, in the City :Market I ,
( CLINICS. at t1U'8 : came up today to tL!>it h>-r uncle of the patronage of the public in and treatment >eo. P. TOllianw,
RIM FACTORY. State length
far Joo..pat/fCata.logu ,address 1HE PROCTOR. I .pff1vjl. j I i i Broprtetor
.r -....-/ j. "'-",1 I Mr. John I 1' Robert-on. wood desired. out of the city. .
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: LOOEi! :::a.E.AD!

: Over the Remains of General Dicki- District Convention Now in Sessionin

son in Jacksonvillebtetropolls M ......... This City

r Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchets

( 2Cth) Tuesday Afternoon Session

We to ___ ____ __n___ _
i At 9:30 the cortege formed on are going The first work of the chair after '

Main street between Monroe and meeting was the appointment of a 'WESTERN

Duval, and the casket was taken Close out out Business committee on mileage and per diem AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS

from the undertaking rooms of Clark and one on resolutions. The former

& Burns by Pallbearers F. L. Robertson I consisted of L. E. Brooks, Jno. W. CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON

Chasteen and J. E. Springstead;, the
adjutant of the United Confederate .
Veterans of Florida, from Live And Quit. latter of J. C. Beck Jr., M. E. Gru- TREE DELIVERY. TELEPHONE 108

ber and P. A. Dignan. -- -- ---- ------ -- ---0---- 0 -,_ /fila -
1 Oak; C. D. Towers, H. H. Love, E. F. -t'

Gilbert, of Jacksonville; ,V. *0. Massey The election of delegates to the 4

of Ocala; E. W Smith and S. P. And have started a sale of our elegant Supreme Lodge followed. Those I BANKING; y

Smith, of Gainesville, and R. Ballan- honored were A. C. Hamrick, of Pa-

tine, of Fernandina, and placed In a latka, and Robert G. Blake of Ocala,

handsome hearse with P. A. Dignan, of Jacksonville,
drawn by four SHOE STOCK !
black horses. The procession was and E. P. Thagard, of Ocala, as alter are ready to help every
will OUR \' and substantial customer, whether his
nates. Supreme Lodge
then formed In the following order:
he large small. From the
or beginning
meet in Denver the third Wednesdayin
An escort of twenty city policemenIn we have known that in order for us to succeed we

uniform, under command of Lieut. Prices October. must study the needs of the public and he'p to fill them.
i Miller; band of the First Florida; Resolutions were passed thanking

Battalion, twelve pieces; two squads Concordia Lodge of Ocala and others

of honor of the Jacksonville Light Infantry Cut- who had aided in entertaining the Munroe & Chambliss Bankers -

under command of Lieut. delegates and making their stay ,

Tucker, and of the Jacksonville Rlfles ,: pleasant. Ocala, Florida _
under command of Lleut. Dancy, Way This completed the business of the

and Maj. Maxwell in command of the convention which adjourned, some -- -,

battalion. There were thirty-six in : 1. -_ Downl of the members taking the night

line. Hearse with casket of gray ,,' trains, the remainder leaving today.

bronze; eight members of the Ocala The delegates present were a fine --G. A. HUNTER.--

Rifles, Lieut. Graham in command, Step In- J looking body of men, of pleasant and

four on each side of the hearse; fit engaging manners. They were greatly Practical and Mechanical

ty-one Confederate veterans, mem pleased with their visit to Ocala

o bers of R. E. Lee Camp, of Jacksonville the Shoes awaiting your change and carried away with them pleasant GUN AND LOCKSMITH.REPAIRING .

under command of Ex-Gov. F. memories of their stay.

P. Fleming, camp commander; Com- Chairman W. U. Simons, of Key A SPECIALTY .

rades Broduax and Parker, color J. M. NEELY West, made a fine presiding officer
Box 374, opposite City Market Ocala, Fla.ATTENTION. .
bearers, one with the division flag I while Secretary Biggs did the doingsof

and the other with the R. E. Lee the meeting up in true shorthand

Camp flag; city officials, consisting i style.

of Mayor Fletcher J. N. C. Stockton, The Fraternal Union of America !

W. C. West, C. F. Verelst, A. M. Ives Is a growing benevolent order and in ,

J. M. Barrs J. D. Baker and S? L. !; its few years of existence has

Earle. The procession was about y M 1 reached the 23,000 mark in membership I F E1 I'm e r sAND ,.T

:300 yards in length.On and has a reserve fund of nearly -,

$!\O.OOO in first class interest I .
St. John's pay-
arriving at Episco-
,1 r The of this Dairy
name ,
in securities. During its five ats'
? <
pal church the casket was borne Into l i y ,
the edifice, preceded by Bishop 1-; ictiatsES) i is a guarantee of existence it has paid 400 death StOCClll.en

W -od and '. FRUITS claims, amounting to half a million ,
Rector Shields, where the -, 4 absolute parity and
solemn funeral service was held. dollars, built an office building in You know and appreciate the nerd of hay. With a little attention you

About forty members of Martha Reid c i I fine. flavor of its Denver: the headquarters of the or can easily supply your wants. Get aDeering

Chapter: Daughters of the Confederacy milk and cream der, that cost $50,000 and pays 8 percent

I on the investment. The order Mower
were at the church awaiting ,
the arrival of the corpse. / Geo. B. Tyler I can feel proud of the record it has

Rector Shields read a .text from y. achieved in good deeds.

First Corinthians and delivered a 1 y Box 82 f, Oca1a.I -

most eloquent sermon from it. 1 THE FINEST FABRIC

\ I BICYCLE WANTED Made by human skill is coarse com- t (
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTSTwo pared with the lining of the bowels. ( .. ;
CHOOSE FOR YOURSELFIt To I When this tender membrane is Irritated -
exchange man or boy's wheel j
matters little whether selec we have griping pains, diar-
amendmentsare you .
for girl's 6 to 10 years old, or will H
to be submitted to the voters of the fruit you buy or let us select for rhoea and cholera morbus. Whateverbe
buy if at a'bargain Address Callie
you. If you depend on us for the Selection I the cause of the trouble, take Perry -
Florida la the election next fall. we'll do the best we can. Clark, Box 4C3(; Ocala. 4t 8 27 Davis' Painkiller according to the ,
One of these amendments provides Every bit of fruit we handle is good. t
directions with each bottle. Travelers
for the redivlsion of the state for judicial Some is better than others, but it's I
all good. Prescriptions carefully compounded in all climates carry Painkiller in r ,
and the addition of r 1N.
purposes T. W. TROXLF.R and promptly deliveredby their gripsack Large bottles, and 7I' A; ''""r. f '*w"5.X ** .%,*
one judicial circuit making eight in-
the Post Office Drug Store. {50 centLCOME

stead of seven. Ocala Fla ,
Have your physician leave the f.Sia
Under this amendment the circuit 0'.' _________ ___ SEBEN-COME ELEBEN!
next one with us.
judges are to be appointed by the
State Confederates will meet in
governor for a term of six years. Wanted-Men to learn bailer For
Tampa November 19 and 20. Com- some tme the authorities have
The second amendment providesthat trade. Practical training free M\jrk,
mander Law of Bartow will make it expert instructions. Eight weeks re heard of games of "craps" among :he
the number of
supreme court I i
a big biiccess. Besides the state quired. We present tools pay Saturday younger darkey element, so this "
justices shall be increased from camps, such noted soldiers as Generals wages, guarantee: positions. I morning Marshal Crawford, Deputy > ; .
three to six, and that the first Incumbents Special inducements to applicants
John B. Gordon, Joe Wheeler, Sheriff Sump Bullock, Jailer C. W. .',,-p ,
shall be appointed\, by the governor I from distance. Write today.Ioler; ,
Smith, with Lee Priest, circled aboutin <
to hold office until June,' 1903:>>, Fitzhugh Lee of Virginia, and Ste- Baiber College, New Orleans, La. The Best Machine in the World
phen D. Lee of Mississippi, it is the rear of Ernest McGahagin'sstorer
subject, of course, to the confirmation
hoped will be present. Our stationery i is elegantand and, sure enough, ensconsedin will make
of the state senate. uainly They cost but a trifle compared VI ith the money they you.
characteristic of the most refined the grass; was a group of a dozen We are headquarters for the DEERIN G MOWING MACHINE. Come and
Under the of this time-
JUST LOOK tie"' HER taste. You don't have to bean from ten to twelve years of age examine them_ *nd you will buy one/ We also have Hay Rakes.
ly amendment, the six
justices may shaking the dice with the gift of
sit in a body, or as two courts of Whence came that sprightly step, expert to know that you are
getting "THE LATEST" from i in I magic and crying out in sweet, but HUBBARD & MACDUFFDealers
three justices[ each. faultless skin rich rosy complexion, I
*. The Post Office Store. I excited refrain, as they, on bended
When all three of the justices con smiling face. She looks good, feels Drug I
x knees, dexterously swung their arms
cur, the judgment shall stand; but if good.} Here's her secret: She uses in General Hardware, Sash. Doors. Blinds and Screens, Etc., Eto.
and rattled the dice, "Come seven!
one justice dissents, the question Dr. King's New Life Pills. Result I I Come eleven!" --

must then be passed upon by the full All organs active, digestion good, no Hp Tailoring -;
I Charley Smith got a little ahead of
bench of six in order that a valid decision headaches, no chance for "blues." t
the gang of detectives. One of the
may be -arrived at. Try them yourself. Only 25 cents at ByI I = H IBINE .'
players caught sight of him, and
After the first term in 1905, the the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I I
d i with the swiftness of a covey of
senate "may" provide for the election Skilled WOrkIIl Il
quail they scuttled through the Tenths I .
and compensation of the justices FOR SALE .;-."---.-.-- .' .. ----- ,
.A weeds on the wings of the wind.
't and fix their of office, OnChoiccat
terms One lot 224 by 224 feet on One in the excitement of his flight of Pure Juices from Natural l Roots.
which however
are not in any case
South Fourth street, between Orange MuteriulsI I i ran straight towards Sump Bullock,

to exceed six years. and Lime streets near the I who crouched low to seize the little all the

Ocala High School building, on II urchin, but with the agility of a cat EGilUTES t the Liver, Stomach and Bowels,

ALL WERE SAVED which there iSa, one story dwelling I have a very complete line of he passed between his legs like a PeopleSuffer Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood
-- Fall Samples, also a big stock I ,
containing rooms, bath room, flash and was gone ere Sump could
"For years I suffered such untoM of Piece Goods for Suits and I I
pantries, 'ha'lIs. front and barf piazzas ; catch his breath. One, however
Mm Biliousness
misery from Bronchitis," write F. H. I Trousers. Call and see my samples .pURES Constipation,
; one laundry, 14 by 14 fed and have measure ta took refuge under McGahagin'sstore
Johnston, of Broughton, Ga. that I U Weak Stomach and
\l/2 story ; one greenhouse, 10 by ken. Seventeen years in the business from which he was fished, so from a Impaired Digestion. < >
often I was unable to WI'I k. Then, I
20 feet, in which fire is not needed should learn your needs. i j frightened at the punishment in < I
','hen everything else failed, I was Respectfully, 1 Botlfe Graced to Gie Satisfaei!
at any time; one barn, 24 by 26( I I store that he almost turned white. Diseased Every ;; ,
'h cured Dr. New Disci :
? (lly by King's :- f
feet, 2 stories high with suitable Jerry Burnett After he recovers normal composurehe .L AAGE BOTTL1 S1U.AL: DO8E. '< i

\ely for Consumption.' My wife stalls and crib ; also water tower, I will be put in the "inquisitorialchair" I Liven Pi ice,_SO Cents. i< it
suffered intensely rom Asthma, till .
with water tank on top; one barn i Merchant Tailor and made to divulge the
it cured her, and all our experience f Prepared by JAMES f. BALLARD,Si Louis.Mo
20 by 24 feet I/ stories, joining: I On* Door North of MastersFtesh names of his partners in the game.
goes to show it is the best Croup *4Q&&&&>tj&* i$ JIfM "
to above described barn ; one car- I The adventure was most excitingand
medicine in the wo.M." .\ trial will i For sale hv Anti-Monnmlv Drugstore and all other trading drugstores.
riage house 16 by 20 feet 1/ sto- amusing.
convince you it's unrivaled for - -
ries high ; one workshop 16 by 20 Fish
Throat and Lung diseases. Guaranteed ,
1 feet joined to carriage house: one I WATCH FOR A CHILL DR.MOFFETT'S Cures Chlefa.IeffDiarrhoea ,
bottles, 50c. and $1. Trial bottles
poultry house 10 by 20 feet ; two Lake Weir Bream and However slight at this time of year ICMU ,_
free at Anti-Monopoly Drag- 1 the Bowel Trouble
store. never failing wells of good soft I Trout, also all kinds of and in this climate, it is the forerunner ,. S:' tmJ.,. !, I Children o/4//ARt of.

water; one good cistern ; private I Salt and Fresh Water of malaria. A disposition to I f "' r jfS R5My Aids Diy gestion egg

waterworks with twelve opening : Fish received yawn, and an all tired out feeling pi (TEETHING POWD ) the Bowels,s thcl

FOR RENT said lot has six sub-divisions, each every day. I even comes before the chill. Herb- -. J? Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the Child and ata
The old McCall house-furnished Free delivery to : TEETHING EASY
partof ,
Apply to G. W. Wells. inclosed by high palings. All nee the any ine, by its prompt stimulative actionon m; tJ.: Or null 23 reiU to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS MO.
essarv cement and lime walks, etc. the liver, drives the malarial ATlAXTi.tin,Kor.19.1501
W.. bare handled Dr. Moffett't TEETHI5A (Teething! Powders) rrer since iu ntis iatrodactoa to tit.public
a.s -rQF.I11.Beam Cause for gVant: to go to ICE IN ANY QUANTITY germs out of the system, purifies the and trace aa a proprietary medicine,and our trade in it has stew JJI increased from year to year natal alt ordtn
v I i now amount C..oor three hundred gross per year,which i Is a ery strong 8f1ckJlee of its merit and the tatfofuctioB it
f.. itie Kid Ye, Navewais Baal81r our farm at Orange Lake, Fla. i Wm. TuckerStalls blood, tones up the system and restores U siring to the mothers of the country for they say nothing*o effectually counteract the effect of ihe MUtraer't

If I For terms apply to J. H. :McClvinonds j health. 50c. at Anti-Monopoly hot loo or OTereomea quickly the trouble incident THE LASAB to terlhID A;.RAXKIH DBCQ CO.. TTflolewla Dnigtut:

G j Ocala, Fla. Box J 32, : 5 and 7, City Market ; Drugstore. For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all pthcr i leading Jrugstorw,
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BLITCHTONMr. ;A Banker Praises I ITyner's Colored Folks' ColumnD.
Eczema Psoriasis Salt vs FENNER'S i3hettaaackach

G. .I. Richard of this place was : KIDNEY and $

j verv suddenly called to the deathbed'I H. Brown, Editor Gray'

Rheum, Tetter and AcneBelong i:jof his father last Tuesday. This I;; I t I BACKACHEAntiMonopoly

community sympathizes with the bereaved Mrs. A. M. Chandler, after spend- AD Bladder and
to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that I ones. 'I Dyspepsia ing a wpek in Jacksonville, attending Urinary Diseases. CURE riBll
cause more genuine bodily discomfort and than all other known
worry j Mr. G. V. Butch left the -adi's' court, returned home
Monday for
diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the system becauseof

poor digestion inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are South Florida. We wish him mud Remedy 1 1i!i yesterday afternoon over the S. A.iL .-Drugstore-, Ocala, Fla.

taken up by the blood, saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids success. Worry kills lots of people and i! --- -

that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin, producing an indescribable Mr. Randolph Davis of Montbrook, Little Ruble Ware had a number of SEABOARDAIR
sometimes bankers. It impedes di
itching and burning, and "j can cheerfully endone your S.B.8. who has been ill for some time is her little friends at her come yester- '"

the yellow, watery discharge forms a. a cure for Eczema. I was troubled visiting in our burg. gestion, irritates the nervous system day afternoon the occasion being LINE RAILWAY-
into crusts and sores or little brown with It for 21) years and tried many Mrs. and in many ways destroys health. If 1
remedies with but W. P. Hammons has'heen her twelfth birthday. They had a
and white scabs h drop off,leaving &ffi. & after you are worried with business or oth-!' SPECIAL RATES
using a few S. entire. quite ill for the past \'eek. jolly good time from 3 until 6 m. .
the skin tender and raw. The effect ly relieved. Wm. Campbell, er troubles, Tyner's Dyspepsia Rent p.
of the poison may cause the skin to 313 W. Central St., Wichita, Kan. mitch and family returned edy will! meet and baffle all ill effects. I| The Literary Society which held NOWon
crack an ,bleed, or give it a scaly, fishy appearance; again the eruptions may home Tuesday from Crystal River i>I It cures indigestion and dyspepsia, its meeting at Mt. .Moriah church for the at round specially reduced rates
consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard red where they have been spendingthe I; trip to prominent
bumps upon Monday right, was well attended.The .
tones the stomach and thus insures health
up and
the face. Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin past week fishing and bathing.Mr. I i exercises watering resorts In the
calm and ai i; were of a very high
refreshing sleep Virginias, the. Carolinas Georgia.
diseases. Washes and powders can only hide for a time the glaring W. L. Akins and sister, :Miss '
order and all
who attended
good healthy and invigorating Alabama. Tennessee Kentucky and
blemishes. S. S. S. eradicates all appe
poisonous accumulations Sallie! of this place, are visiting at I
tite. away greatly benefited. At the next other states North and West. Write
antidotes the Uric and other acids, and Heidtville.; .
meeting a mock trial will be had. for full data. t ss,.
What Banker
restores the blood to its wonted purity, and stimulateand a Says
Mr. J. A. Hadsock, of Early Bird \
revitalizes the sluggish organs, and the impurities !' The Afro-American Industrial and $38.25-DesMOINES, IA.I on account
was in our burg Saturday. Mr. Chas. E. Currier, of the Atlanta -
pass off through the natural channels and I Benefit Association, under the management of annual session Sovereign Grand

relieve the skin. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood A few of the Blitchtonians attended National} Bank says: "1 often useTyner's of Mr. Frank Alexander, has Lodge I. 0. 0, F. Tickets will be

purifier. It contains no Arsenic. Potash or other harmful mineral. v preaching at Pleasant Hill Sun Dyspepsia Remedy for acute ; sale
proven itself to be a trustworthy in- on September 11, 12' 13 and
4 Write us about your case and our physicians will advise without charge.We day. indigestion and have always found ;i'
1 I stitution. Every claim of its members limited returning to September
have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases, which will be sent While driving to Sunday school that it gives.. immediate Belief. I con I
is promptly paid, and its membership 25. An extension to October 15
free to all who wish it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta Ga. ''I Sunday afternoon Mrs. L. A. Carter's Eider it a medicine of very high ,
is on the increase. may be secured by depositing tickets : -
horses became frightened and merit.
upset I
joint at DesMoines
The ministers' meeting of the Mt.
I the vehicle, but no one was hurt. Price cents large bottle. not earlier than
50 per I Olivet Association will convene at September 16, nor
Blitchton! school will j i
first Monday in commencethe For sale by druggists.. Six bottles I!!! Suuimerfield this week. A large attendance later than September 22, and upon
Slow Starvation Mr. J. W. Coulter, one of JHiti-h- for $2.50 or sent bv express on I:I I: is expected and it is hoped .I payment of fee of 50 cents.

ton's prominent merchants&". :n receipt of price by '(yner"s Dyspepsia i{I tint much good for the mission cause $6o.25-Denver, Col., and return

is the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and indigestion Ocala Thursday.A Remedy Co.. 107 1-2 S. i j i will be accomplisehd. I August 22, 24 29, 30 and 31.

If your food remains undigested it can't build up thw Forsyth St., Atlanta Ga. I 1 I Mr. F. P. Gadson, superintendent! See ticket agent for limits and

:: -rslt body. In fact, it does actual damage by decaying in tht MINISTER'S GOOD WORK"I Send 5c. to pay postage for a'' of the Bazar Store, is still in New other information.
stomach and the .
; poisoning system.KODOL sample bottle. j j I i York buying his fall stock. Special conditions covering diverse .

;r ._ __ __ I *; routes and stop overs.
had For ice cold drinks
taalMN Digests a severe attack of biliou I| cream, ,

iU colic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's |, ham and eggs, meals by the day or I For sleeping car reservations and
What You Eat. OPENING OF EMERSON HOME I information write
u; Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy II I week of the best the market af I
AND SCHOOL John Dozier, W. W. Condon.
1I''R Kodol is the sensible remedy. By digesting what you took two doses and was entirely fords, served in the finest style, go Agent. C. T. A.

eat it strengthens the body and at the same time rests! I cured" says: Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia to the City Restaurant, Mrs. Alice A. O. MarDoneU. A. O. P. A. IS'
the stomach. This rest Ocala: Florida
% soon restores perfect health.
j Kan.h ly neighbor across I Fluett
proprietress. 7-16 tf
Cathartics and stimulants only reach the symptoms. thO\\
Emerson Home and School
Kodol cures. It is Nature's tonic. I street was sick for over a week, opens I : Hev. S. S. Strauss, of Dunnellon, 'L.ALEXANDERPractical'

Fire years azo: a disease the doctors called dyspepsia took such a hold on me that I could two or three bottles of medicine from for pupils September 8, 1902. : and Rev. Mack Lee, of Rock Springs,
scarcely go. I took quantities of pepsin and other medicines, hut nothing helped me. As a the doctor. He used them for threeor I Eight year Literary Course. Eth- .
drowning man Krips at a straw I grabbed at Kodol. I felt an improvement once,and aftera are in the city on their way to the
few Unties am sound and well. GEORGE 6. MARSH, Attorney-at-Law,Nocona,Tex. four days without relief then call ics. Industries, Vocal and Instrumental ministers' meeting Summerfield.

It can't help but do you good.The I cd in another doctor who treated him I Music.I j j: *If you want your at dresses made in CARPENTER AND BUILDER

il bottle contains 2H time as much actual( measurement)as the trial size which sells for Me for several days and gave him no re Terms reasonable. 'j
Spared by E C. DeWltt&Co.. Chicago. Sold by all dealers.! __ I Plans have been perfected and 'the latest style and according to the Careful estimates made on all contract
lief to discharge him. I went over to
DeWIII'S l Witch/ HftTfl Salve' a soothing, healing application for piles sores and most up to date fashions, carry your I work. Gives more and better
skin diseases. Beware of counterfeits. ':ee him the next morning. He said new apparatus purchased!}, by meansof i work for the than
sewing to Mrs. Francis Thomas, ather money any other
-Po-. -J. i his bowels were in a terrible fix, that Io which better advantages will be house near the county Jail. I' mall in town
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they had been running off so long it given our pupils than ever before. i
The presiding elders' council of the
'I was almost bloody flux. I asked him No intelligent colored parent can .
A. M. E. church met in Jacksonvilleto I J J. A COLYER & BROTHERSUITS
if lie had tried Chamberlain's Colic afford to deprive his daughter of thehome's ,

I I Cholera and Diarrhoea! Remedy and I training. C. M. Ruckbee, o settle the question as to thp loca- I
tion of Edward Waters'
7TiSSSARAHFiYPresident he said "No." \ went home and S 2G Superintendent. College. rnoM: EIGHT DOLLARS UP
I I There seems to be considerable dissatisfaction
brought him my bottle and gave him
i i at the location
I Ii i one dose; ,told him to take another SUMMER RATES !i I Material Unequ t ; 'ted for the Price

INK: : "< r t\: In.1I i following jtraibC on Wine i close in fifteen or twenty minutes if ,;

I El; 'r ii.a thoroughly' Y Cardui: I he did not find relief, but he took n') Yh Atlantic Coast Line i j I *For good" board and comfortable CLEANING. DYEING AND REPAIRING

scirntir;!: aid entirely i lodging reasonable rates, go to the
more cured. F
111011"A the numerous : was >ti I Summer rates (onc'and 011- I.! I NEATLY DONE;
mong Mack House
rt'lIlt"uu'rt, on Exposition street,
i sale bv Anti Monopoly Drugstore.
fourth fare for round trip) on sale
ill the needrf uf the iiuiilirnAvoman medicines placed i Mrs. Malissa Mack, Proprietress. :3 12
j i..> modern way women for their relief I it! all resnrljwtints. Good till fk- I Spring Samples .in Great Variety for
: j Mr. B. J. Green, who has been confined -
-without the torture of an none can touch McEIree's i. tober 31 1st.CASTORIA. i Inspection
to his bed with fever, is ,now
operation. Winei-f Cardui 1: Wine of Cardui. It towers I.
has cured them in the privacy ; The Myers Inn was sold lact Thursday improving.
: ago them all reliable
: ),1 !!J ire as a BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEY
of their home: and it : female remedy. It simply I by Mrs. D. C. Kantz to Dr. W. i i i *For clean beds and a first class tar IN TOWN

ha found a place in the )flu Snh Filal"1 drives pair and disease away | S. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Turner left I 1 I ble at a quiet house, go to the "Yona'

heart that: of other American moiUcine; woiren has found. Intheir I and restores health, Li an incredibly short for their home at Holder, Fla., on Fri- For Infants and Children i i House," next door south of the old Our $3 Suits Are a Ten-Strike
no :
: I have taken interest in tL's: jday morning, to close up business !I I I Bazar, Mrs. Delia Williams, .Proprie- '
American period great
gratitude; over lU.OUO I ihe Kind You Have Always! BoughtBears : I
matters there, and will then return I II tress. tf
women have written letters: commending medicine for the past two years, slice it I i,i

Wine i f Ca,dui. Wine of Cardui ,I brought health and strength tj me. I I I and fix up the Inn and open the i! theSignature A / |:, Mrs. Proctor, who has been ailing l Nut Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the

meets their wants as no other medicine j have also recommended it to a number I house. Dr. Turner also expects to en-I ,:fCHEAP VX J f/U ., so Ions with a serious affection of I, Cotton BuyerP.

does. It sustains the young girl at the I of my friends and tliey who have used it I gage in the drug business when the throat, was able to walk out yes- I' O. BOX 134
shock ot In' itrancc1, to vomanhood. _
r returns here.-Fort Myers Press i t
I .pea k of .t'in the; highest terms and I feel 1 I terday. Her friends hope that she
Women who I ta.a': Wine of Cardui Live j
little discomfort flu!ing pregnancy andlittle that it is praise well best owe d" I i TO TEXAS j j jOklnlioma I will entirely recover. LOUISViLLE I & NASHVilLE R. R.

pain at Kiildhirth. When the I If you are suffer in 5 from female MEN WILL BE BOYS j| *For hot meals, iCnches Ice cream

change t.f life appears: they enter a weakness: Wine of Cardui is the medicine I In the excitement of a lively exercise i ii and Indian Territory, i j jnd or cold drinks at all hours, day or I I Firstclass Service and, healthy old a-!('. Kery month it you need. t i like boat-racing: or hall-paYing,1 :\ return August 5th and I9th.September : i I| night, call at the old Ike Tompkins' I Quick Sched
I. You can have health the same as: j stand on S. Mar/nolia street and get ules.
comes, : tj t.,e rescue to assist: Nature in they will strain their go 2d and i6th and October -
Miss Finley 1 if will take the Wine the best. Mr. Jeff Davis,
: you proprietor. -TO-
throwing the impurities, : from the body.Miss tf Canlui treatment. If you need advice home limping and sore. Then they /ill and 2ist.. !!i| / 5-23-tf

: Sarah Finley, of Memphis, further than the complete directions I are glad they> have Perry Davis Painkiller Via I BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE, ,
j Mrs. Ida Henry, who has been in I
Trnn.,1-1uesldent of the Palmetto the bottle address The I !
: given on on hand to soothe the quivering I
The Iron :Mountain: Route. Tickets the city under the treatment of Dr. EVANSVILLE, CHICAGO,
for herself and Chattanooga -
Club of that city speaks Ladies Advisory Department i nerves; to penetrate the muscles with I
many friends when she bestows the i! Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.: warmth and healing power. It his good twenty-one days. Write : Benton, is improving. LOUISVILLE. CINCINNATI,

I relieved the pain of two-generations I. E. Rehlander T. P. A. I I *Furnished rooms by the day or-: ST. LOUIS,

; CARDVI' A million suffering women jof i Americans. Large bottles :25! and Chattanooga, Tenn :1'week. Apply to Mrs Marian An- AND ALL POINTS WEST AND
VINE O f have found relief in 50 cents. I II
11'ineof Cardui. I iI I!i i der on. 7 2Q I ,NORTHWEST,

I REGISTRATION NOTICE TABLETS :i| Rel W. Washington, of Inverness -:I

I We have a big stock of writing| who has been here helping In MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS

SOUTHLAND I i The registration books! of the I II i tablets. Any color finish or thickness i i the revival meeting at Marti City, AND ALL POINTS SOUTHWEST
BABBITRIES: I I I left today for his home.
I county will be opened Thursday Fri- I 0 5 to 25 cents. i

[ day and Saturday, August 7, 8 an! I!i Ocala News Co. i! *Go to Rev. S. S. Bellamy, the THROUGH T'CKETS VIA THE I..

:)CALl\., FLA. j 9 and continue open the last! three i j I jeweler, for any kind of jewelry, stationery &N.
,, notions, etc. Watch and
| days of each week until the second I Are Sold by All Railroad Coupon
1 I
clock Satisfaction
repairing specialty.
I )h'a I 4'1' i tit Imported) ( and Fancy Breed I Saturday in October. I j ., guaranteed. tf 8 22 Ticket Agents in Florida.
i The Land of Many Crops I I "
The office will be located: in Mr. ;; i!i Miss Willie Boyd, who has been in

BELGIAN HARES.80M I Clyatt's abstract office, corner of ,1:j;. Iron Best Mountain reached via Route.Memphis Two and trains'i the' :, the city on a visit to her sister, Mrs. i'I For schedules, rates and sleeping car ,

Main! street and Oklawaha avenue. i i i cars j; Dr. Benton, for several weeks, returns -I II reservations, apply to
i daily, chair seats'
reclining free
( )
l"FNJ' IMPORTATIONS Yorkshire Lass Da..b I 1 i i I '
Qae ,
n Lipton ,
,. .
J. D. Ferguson, and standard Pullman Sleeping C'-ira: I: to her home today. J. M. FLEMING, FhJ. Pass. Agt.,
Wonder. King Wantage. Duke William Write for Information.
us I Registration Officer .for Marina Co. i iI i through to Dallas Fort'orth and FJ :|I] 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. .
|I i Paso; without change this line also ;j!I f
AND DRUGGISTS C. L. STONE. G. P. A.. Louisville Ky.
W. F.. MORTOX. Manager. I SULPHUR BATHS AT HOME -j i jI i reaches Arkansas. Oklahoma, Indian i i I I
I II Territory, Arizona. New Mexico rend !j I '.i I -
I I I. California. nooks and pamphlets! descriptive :!]! Ford & Sturgeon, a prominent

I Hancock's Liquid Sulphur baths i| of the Western stairs dee \[!drug firm at Rocky Hill Station, Ky., ;i ij

are superior to those of the most celebrated :\""A postal card will do it. Write j'i write: "We were requested by Dr. ].!W nintml D. L.

Fresh Meat t and Game ''I sulphur springs having the I I f I. B. Rehlander.Chattanooga T. P., Tcun A., j'i iI|.I G. B. Snigley to send for Herbine for:. [ -

additional advantage of being made I : the benefit of our customers. We I ji j

We keep on hand a full !line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton andS I any desired strength. Taking medicine 'i Ii i i I i ordered three dozen in December, !

' : ,.lgc to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. II I by absorption into the system I i| NOTICE OF APPLICATION !\i j i and we are glad to say, Herbine ha! Only $16.05

Careful attention to orders and made. through the skin by taking medicated j I .
quick delivery For Tax Deed Under Section 8 oft :i]! given such great satisfaction that we I From Jacksonville. eorreg|>onding
j I baths is a very efficient method of obj! Chapter 4388, Laws of Florida i I have duplicated this order three I Ii rates from other "ointi1 Fir, telse. -
trip t on sale
j taining a constitutional treatment. I'
ii j ji I, Notice i3 hereby given that W. J. times, and today we gave your salesman October 3. f.3IJDd e.limit by .exten ,
Proprietor. Butcher i Hancock's Liquid Sulphur never fails ; !'. sion.-V cents additional to tloven'her3.
i I purchaser of Tax Certifi- another order. We beg to say i I II : "
Account A R No extra
c:1-1y \/ h I to cure all blood and skin troubles. cates Xos. 3197 and 3370. dated the 'j!:I Dr. G. B. Snigley takes pleasure In I charge t()- fast time or the luxurious :w:. '\.
7th day of AU A. D. 1899 has service of "
U3t. ,
I I For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drug recommending Herbine." 50c. bot-I 5 -t.! ,
I filed said certificate in my office and "
( 0. I I tIe at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. The New Initial
; I II has made application for tax deed to : I r
i I I I| issue in accordance with law. Saul.| Line atJacksonville _

TO WASHINGtONAnti I NOTICE I|{I certificate embraces the following :j,!I : -c-

Of Application for Permit to Sell 1 j described I property situated in Marion I SEABOARDy ,
:';: county. Florida to-wit: Lot 2, !!
I Liquors, Wines and Beer :
from Ocala! ; the SEBOARlIR LINE
return.I3.i5 va : blk C. Oak -Park. Plat Book A, I
page j
Whereas, the Carmichael & Son 'I i Southern
-I) ;' Railway
101. Calduell's ad Ocala, and :
RAILWAY, all rail or via Xorfo'k and steamer, un sale daily, limited j" Co. have filed with the Board of |;; mencing MS;: ft e of nw cor of com-ne i i Office of Ass't Gen. Pas. Agt ,

I County Commissioners for Marion ;': .. Seaboard Interchangeable Mileag: Most Luxurious
1 quarter. sec 10. tp 15. U. 22: ; thences12'ft.e273ft.n210ft.w20ft.n
to return October 31. Trains leave Ocala at 1131 a. m. and county Florida their application for,! :, Tickets
I j oermit to sell liquors. wines and bee- j Trains
210ft, w 2o3 ft. The said land being i I j
in Election District No. 1 of said ;; The Seaboard Air Line Railway has J t
11152 I : a. in. I assessed at the date of the issu'ante : i In the World.
county and state; any citizen of sir:h I Ii placed on sale one thousand mile tick- j
of such certificate in the namesof !
The Seaboard has on sale summer excursion tickets to all prin- i t election district may show ::au e. if ] A. C. Kusl 'man and David Gam- ets at $25, which tickets are good over'I Evervmorntngat9oeloek. Every ff,
there be. at the meeting of the :
I any evening at 7: o'clock from Jark-
its entire system, and also over the
ble. Unless said l certificate shall be
i board to he held on Monday, the lt j son vl lie. i,,' than twentythreehnnrs j
cipal summer resorts. I day of September next why such permit I i! redeemed according to law. tax deed lines of its important connections, I to Washington via feOOTHERNT : ':,, .
j should be i will! be issued thereto on the 27th representing in all approximately RAILWAY. <,
Call at city ticket office next door to post office or write to not granted. ;ii I I -f ft."
i (Seal.) S. T. Sistrunk. !! day of September. A. D. 1902. 15,000 miles. ,' City Ticket Office JfM< W tt Bay Stw**,,,, .':
I! Clerk of the Board of County Com I Witness mv official signature and Full information as to these tickets i Jaet. nvll1f'. Fla. "'-?
JOHN D07IFR. Agent. W. W. CONDOM, I Xinssioners Marion county. Florida seal I this the i'1-t: day of August, A Full information can be* obtained
be obtained upon application to I
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agent or representative
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