The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
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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
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Volume 8, Number 64: OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28. J902. : Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year


Be Packed in Marion County i The Ocala Foundry and Machine

This Fall-Enterprise of Ben I Works are, Helping Themselvesand AT THE CITY r MARKET .

jamin Brothers THE CLOSING OUT SALE Helping the CityA

The new meat packing building for I I passing call at the Ocala Foun- Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis

the East Florida Ice Co., of which I dry and Machine Works yesterday :

Messrs. Solomon and Simon Benjamin i disclosed the fact that Superintendent .

are the promoters and owners, I Cline is in business over head

is under roof and will shortly be I and ears and his worries and per-
ready for its equipment, which Mr. I plexities are not a few, owing to the

4 Simon Benjamin, now in Atlanta, has rush of work and the scarcity of

purchased and shipped and it will be I 5 I really first class machinists to do it. AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON

installed by the first of October, I II Yesterday they sold a repaired
consisting of engine, vats, rendering II I I: THE 311 : I switch engine to Will Ross, of the REE DELIVERY I TELEPHONE ttlBANKING
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f' kettles, sausage grinder, etc.' The 3JJRESTOCK f I Fort White phosphate mines. --T

engine, vats, kettles, etc., will be l located I I Master Mechanic Schnitzler is rejuvenating

in the northeast end of the I the freak tram engine for I

building, while the cold storage the Oklawaha Lumber Co., of Silver .

apartment will occupy the northwestern Springs. It is a curiosity in its way, -
end of the building. The floorIs and is one of the only five enginesever
being made air tight by the pack- made in that style, when the"Inventor UR RESOURCES are held ready to help every

ing of sawdust between the joists died of sheer exhaustion. O progressive and substantial customer, whether his

and the floor. The proprietors will The Dexter Hunter, Jr., a narrow business he large or small. From the beginning

bf ready for business !in November FURNITURE{ gauge lumber tram engine, is awaiting we have known tlut in order for us to succeed we
must the needs of the and fill them.
study public he'p to
and appeal to tha farmers of Marion I the hand of the renewer and a?;;

and adjacent counties to prepare i soon as completed has a buyer in an..

I their hogs for slaughter, for which i FIXTURES J I east coast operator. i Munroe -& Cbambliss Bankers c

the top of the market price will be There seems to be no end of repair -I .

paid. work for phosphate, saw mill '
Ocala ._ Florida
This is an institution that means and turpentine men and it comes I ,

much for the agricultural classes from all directions and sometimes _. _. ,
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and by the hearty: co-operation of \ FOR BLE. from great distances. All are rush DAY 'PHONE 117 NIGHT 'PHONE, 3*

growers and manufacturers, it can orders showing that the industrial .

Le made mutually beneficial and interests of the state are having a

profitable. The Messrs. Benjamin prosperous business, which is mak- LIDDON & COMPANY

who are progressive and wide awako ing times good all over the state.

business men have gone to a heavy At present Mr. Cline is figuring on I .

+ expense in creating this meat packing building an immense phosphate shed
establishment and the Star for a phosphate firm in Polk county. GENERAL LIVERYMENFine

trusts it will prove a success. along The structure alone will require a

all lines of expansion and business Second Door from Corner, Opera House Block.TV carload of bolts. '

development.Mr. I At the vorks
present are employ-
I __ __ ____..__. ______ _..__ ._ __ Carriages, Buggies and Traps, Drummer'
------ ---- -- and l
Simon Benjamin has securedthe ; inthirty men + working night

services of an expert curer of ---,.-".,... i and diy. The foundry is a scene of Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.
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meats and sausage maker, whose .: ..-;--;;:---_-. I. .."" .. 1--: HermitageDairy intense activity, and while the capable -
reputation is second to none in the I:, .'(::"!." f I tL' I' I- ".. ''';. I superintendent devises and plans, Fine Vehicles Fast Horses
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country. The enterprise inaugurated Tex Martin is perspiring in the office
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several Mr. Simon I' :.. ....' keeping the accounts O. K., the
years ago by 110-. c' : Ill' ..1'I I orders Horses.and Mules for Sale.
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Benjamin of curing pork by the aid '- ', '-', :: properly filed and seeing that
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of cold storage has passed beyondthe '" .i_ .. .. _;.,.\ name all shipments are made on time..
.. I; .. ,, Horses boarded the month at special rate
11- t ..... I I : J.:1i .1.1r' by
r: ..1 ;: ,... ;. ,,- It is indeed
experimental stage and their last i\J / ( I ':.-. .. L.. :. .I"Ioi.. :. ry is a guarantee of gratifying to know that
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season's, business more than doubled ...1... .....__ \... ," -' ,. ...o.o. .: the foundry is in such a prosperous
\\ \ .' -, purity and
the year before, curing nearly 180- \" ,-:.,". \ ".. 1.. !I; state and proving so valuable a factor UDDON&C00
000 pounds of hog meat, which !in t J JS- fine flavor of its in Ocala's commercial and bus-
: ':1 !ii.i: \ _'' 7::::; ;
quality proved superior to anythingof ,.. mess interests. Two nice
I I. il 'r. ,- -:- f-;. milk and cream young
the kind imported and it is so well ,- :: '--',-,.! .._--';;:_'10..(,..;.." ::. .;.... I men from Georgia have recently Ocala Florida.i

thought of that the firm are receiving ,I\,, "\\r K:r-: ---:.:t.J Geo. B. TylerBo joined the force in the works, name- -. --

almost daily requests to know if !.j'1\ ; .\tll I '\./:;:r ,4I ...',' . ly. R. M. Fisher and F. A. LeSeuer.
any of the meats of their curing are I. ,,.,,-: :;..1 '.',/,..;... : /,',,",-,.,--t...;" 52 J Ocala.
I Commercial Bank
for sale. They cured last season \\ l WATCH FOR A CHILL
I t iy' : .
over $15,000 worth of hog product, \\ ) 1 *
which amount of money went into ""'- \ BICYCLE VANTEDTo However slight at this time of year BRANCH OF

the medium of this and --- and this
circulating in climate, it is the forerunner -
neighboring counties, instead of being exchange Liau or boy's wheel I of malaria. A disposition to .

sent to Chicago. This is certainly matters little whether you selec for girl's, G to 10 years old, or will yawn, and an all tired out feeling
the fruit you buy or let us select for I '
a gratifying showing and deserved you. If you depend on us for the selection I i buy if at a bargain. Address Callie even comes before the chill. Herb- CAPITAL S5O.OOCXQO

encouragement.ALL we'll do the best we cau. Clark, Box 463, Ocala. 4t 8 27 ine, by its prompt stimulative actionon .
Every bit of fruit we handle is good.! -.-
the liver, drives the malarial INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Some is better than otherE, but .it's
WERE SAVED I all good. Prescriptions carefully compounded germs out of the system, purifies the
and delivered blood, tones up the system and restores -

"For years I suffered such untold by the Post Office Drug Store. health. 50c. at Anti-Monopoly LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD..
misery from Bronchitis," writes r. H. Ocala, Fla. Have your physician leave tht Drugstore. I
Johnston, of Broughton, Ga. that ------ -- next one with us.
often I was unable to'wink.. Then, FOR SALE
Wanted-Men to learn barker:
"hen everything else failed, I
was One lot 224 by 224 feet on trade. Practical training free 'Vu rk,' Judge ,,'. S. Bullock, in chancery, ATTENTION!I ;
vlully cured by Dr. King's New 7)is- expert instructions. Eight weeks re-
South Fourth street, between Or- has decided against the validity of ....
for We Sat-
c\eiy Consumption. My wife quired. present tools, pay .
and Lime streets the the election held in Gainesville July
suffered intensely prom Asthma, till ange urday wages, guarantee positions.
ii cured her, and all our experience Ocala High School building, on Special inducements to applicantsfrom 1, 1902, for the issuing of $20,000 of FarlnersAND
which there is a one story dwelling distance. Write tOllay.loler; bonds for city improvements. The
to show it !is the best
piles: Croup I Barber College, New Orleans, La.
containing rooms, bath room, majority was only five votes and '
Medicine in the wo.ld. A trial will
halls front and bar of the returns made the In-
pantries, piazzas some by
convince you it's unrivaled for Our stationery is tiailli.\_'. elegantand
Throat and Lung diseases. Guaranteed ; one laundry 14 by 14 feet : characteristic the most re- spectors were not proper. H. G.Kennard. Stoekrneii

il/2 story ; one greenhouse, 10 by one of the inspectors of the
bottles, 50c. and $1. Trial bot- fined taste. You don't have to bean I
tles free- at Anti-Monopoly Drug- 20 feet, in which fire is not needed expert to know that you are election] refused to sign the dupli- You know and appreciate the nerd of hay. With a little attention,,you

store. at any time; one barn, 24 by 26 getting 'THE L\TEST" from cate returns.TO. can easily supply your wants. Get a .
feet, 2 stories high, with suitable .
The Post Office Store.
u* Drug
FROM RAZOR TO GRIPS. stalls and cribs ; also water tower, MY FRIENDS DeerinQ Mo wer1Tw1.fJ,.

with water tank on top ; one barn It is with joy I. tell you what Ko ,

D. Gray, who conducts the bar 20 by :2feet: \ I/ stories, joining I Fine Tailoring dol did for me. I was troubled with

bership in the opera house block, has to above described barn ; one car- my stomach for several months. Up-

accepted a position as traveling riage house 16 by 20 feet \/ sto- JiyI i I on being advised to use Kodol I did .

salesman for Eager & Skinner. ries high ; one workshop 16 by 20 I so. and words cannot tell the good it

wholesale grocers of Jacksonville feet, joined to carriage house: one t I SKilled W orKnl has done me. A neighbor had dyspepsia

and will go on the road for that poultry house 10 by 20 feet; two 11 so ihat 'he had tried most /

house some time next week. The never failing wells of good soft OnChoicest everything. I told him to use Kodol.

position is a good one, and Mr. Grayis water; one good cistern ; private Words of gratitude have come to me

i ,well Adapted to that class of work. waterworks with twelve opening} ; G i G G S t Materials t r i 1 s sI i from him because I recommended it.
Possessing" a pleasing address, indus- said lot has six sub-divisions, each -Geo. W. Frye, Viola, Iowa. Health
1 f s ,ll .'the s
trious and careful, he will make one inclosed by high palings. All nee I have a very complete line of and strength of mind and body depend -

.> o\ the most successful traveling essary cement and lime walks etc. on the stomach, and normal activity &" *3/ **
Fall Samples, also a big stockof a A-
t salesmen on the road.-Gainesville Cause for selling: Want to go to Piece Goods for Suits and I of the digestive organs. Kodol, /'fcuy7i TH / & i T* ;! >'-""'J*.* ;,
Sun. our farm at Orange Lake, Fla. Trousers. Call and see my samples the great reconstructive tonic, cures >+]si-rrtLJ,t\\ <&>\V i Z fitfe M ryf.f.

Tha many Ocala friends of Mr. For terms apply to J. H. :McCly-! and have your measure ta I all stomach and bowel troubles, indigestion -

Gray will be pleased to hear of his monds, Ocala, Fla. Box 532.A ken. Seventeen years in the busi dyspepsia. Kodol digestsany
ness shculd learn needs.
improved prospects.A your I food you eat. Take a dose after
man from Sumter county came meals. Anti-Monopoly! Drugstore.

NECESSARY PRECAUTIONDon't into the city at noon yesterday and Jerry Burnett -.
-- inside of an hour lay over six feet EASTLAKE! HOTEL '>-O ** > '
neglect a cold. It is:: worse vs" 'Jf '
across a sidewalk on North Magnolia Merchant Tailor. Now for guests. Lovely loca
1 than unpleasant. It is dangerous h N V
street. The marshal gave him I
tion. On the beautiful shores of
On Door North of Masters
By using One Minute Cough Cure !
temporary quarters in the city refrigerator .. Lake Weir. Finest boatingand
-- bathing
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you can cure it at once. Allays in- and this morning he was I I fishing in the country. No The Best Machine in the World
flammation, clears the head, soothes '
all right and after paying for hack Fresh Fish healthier anywhere.
and strengthens the mucous mem spot They cost but a trifle compared v/ ith the money they will make you.
brane. Cures coughs, croup, throat hire went his way rejoicing. Why go from home when all you We are headquarters for the DEERlN G MOWING MACHINE. Come and
Lake Weir Bream and Jek, health, is found almost at
: your We also have Rakes.
and lung troubles. Absolutely safe.! examine them and you will buy one. Hay
JUST LOOK ;T HER Trout also all kinds of oars? -
Acts fmmediately. Children like i it. *
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Whence came that sprightly step, Salt and Fre hVater. ". Eastlake is on the Atlantic CoastLine HUBBARD & MACDUFFDealers

faultless skin, rich, rosy complexion, Fish received everlay.y \ R}., twenty miles south ot
*' i smiling face. She looks good, feels 1 [.O<:ala. Station not 100 yards from
Celery Phosphate at the Postoffice Free delivery tl) part in General Hardware. Sash. Doors Blinds and Screens. Etc., Ete.
good. Here's her secret: She use any hotel. Rates, $\ to $1.50 a day; J5

Drugstore. Dr. King's New Life Pills Result of the city. lICE to $7 per'week.. Single meals, 50o.I .
;. All organs active digestion good no IN ANY QUANTITY I Special low rates made for Marion
u .ST OX'.a....
dears teSignature rte Kind Yt Have r1gars: ?o'i o.' headaches, no chance for "blues. ; Wm. Tucker I and Lake county people. Apply at : "let the GOLD DUST twins &fo vszr Way'9
d Try them yourself. Only 25 cents at ; hotel. or address P. S. Swarts & Co.,

#t/ -- the Anti-Monopoly :Drugstore. i Stalls 5 and 7, City Market : Stanton, Fla. dw 1m 811 -
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RENT Our Celery Phosphate pleases all' Colored Folks' Column

Eczema Psoriasis Salt II.I.who drink it. The Postoffice Drug- I DB.II'.E.. NE.R'8 V BheCmaF Backache
KIDN and
The oM Mc-Call house-furnlhed. store. Dro
D. H. Brown, Editor Grave1BACKA.CHE
Apply to Ci.V.. Wells. ;

Rheum Tetter and Acne : i I

HAPPINESS WITHOUT RICHES ReJ.. II. Rogers is carrying on i a AD Bladder and

Belong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that BEST FOR THE series of meetings at the Mt Olive Urinary- Diseases.tB,tMn t/,..CURE. _.

cause more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than all other known That happiness is not measured by church near Martel. He has been :_:: :: :::<.:: ''::'::n=-.:'''': :_.:.._ ::_ :_: ___:_'_ :F-'

diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the system because I possessions but that it is to be I very successful so far. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Ocala Fla. _.

of digestion, inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are I BOYiEiS
poor found only where content dwells, is i Mrs. W. L. Jones --- -
has been
I Iro..l11 !
the blood the with acid and fluids
taken up by saturating system poisons
well illustrated old French
by an ,
1e-1 (If feu h-vren a r> .",1 --, IK.J 1 in.* > "'cinent of H away for more than a month on the< SEABOARDAIR
of indescribable ,. .
that ooze out through the glands and pores the skin, producing an d.! .. i'" j'l' i" I I. 11)" :
: t:'tryIowr1 .
"This .
gend. legend, .. ,
says : !: > H :'' .J' I r. "' -! C f l. east coast at Daytona, for the benefitof
> !
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itching burning, .
i endorse S. S s. '
cheerfully >
can your ::eiitjh-'' rj"1 j -' l nui< < :ie siuu'i.t :
O'Rell. "tells of the adventures of ._ .. .. LINE RAILWAY
the yellow, watery discharge forms as a cure for Eczema. I was troubled a I .f-lMi "u. C | !'' 01" jil.lK" De bwleur her health, has returned home,
brown with for. years and tried many king to whom his advisers.promised : and l.<- .iI leCANDY
into crusts and sores or little 4j5? singing the praises of the east coast

andwhitescabsthatdropofUeavingthe using remedies a few bottles no good of S.effects 8. S. was, but entire-after that he would find happiness the day I Ii! CATHARTIC' : ,...,. for the wonder, improvement shs SPECIAL RATES

. skin tender and raw. The effect ly relieved. Wm. Campbell, on which he could put on the shirt of I "'t: "'.ok t .r- ,,, ..- has experienced. SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS NOWon

of the poison may cause the skin to 313 W. Central St., Wichita, Kan. a man who admitted that he was perfectly I' .;!! _.JJ-.ifr I.OW.V".... (._......,". "r" .2. .,,..- _I'itF .,_".f.,, -.,-. sale at specially reduced rates
....'-jlt,. ; !> _.";i ': :> Dr. D. H. Brown went on a busi-
crack and bleed, or give it a scaly, fishy appearance; again the eruptions may satisfied with his lot on earth. f I '. ....., ,,-........... "'" "" '" I.f ':. for the round trip to prominent
and hard red i ; :/ ". .,...., .. ""'.. -... ness trip to Orlando this afternoon
consist of innumerable blackheads pimples or bumps upon The king started on a long journey I h'......\;,I.'t'r.-.J{ ,.I '-./ .f health and watering resorts In the
the face. Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin through all the provinces of his kingdom ,' "...'i.J._ '(,__ -.,Ty'S> / I to return' tomorrow morning. over theS. Virginias, the Carolinas Georgia

diseases. Washes and powders can only hide for a time the glaring ,t.__.I"-2.--,;.:.., ". "'"I.t: ...I'oj'o I A. L.Rev. Alabama, Tennessee Kentucky and t
in search of the talisman. ..
Every r.-
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blemishes. S. S. S. eradicates all poisonous accumulations .jt'\'lh: :
.! >>;;J- F. W. Lancaster, of Jacksonville other states North and West Write .
antidotes the Uric and other acids, and nobleman or citizen he met was ask- for full data. '
restores the blood to its wonted purity, and stimulatesand ed the question, but the answer was EAT'ElVi LIKE CAf.TYI'Ui financial secretary of the Florida ?
-in'. I ..':.;:il't.! '.. ". .tti'I.. i...'. ..i... :,::,< Baptist General Convention, was $38.25-DesMOINES, IA., on accountof
and the '
revitalizes the sluggish organs, impurities invariably the same. All were un- t.' s. >' I- '"! I < il' : : ,, I Ir ..
. ,
i I..t nil1 annual session Sovereign Grand
:\ t. 1-aliij in the
: i'tzta1 I city yesterday: afternoon consulting -
pass off through the natural channels and happy or at least disappointed in ". .'..tUiriJ .
blood 'KISIH (..:-i. .:.1, I ui: '.'..> :. .VIEEP with Dr. Brown as to the del Lodge I. O. 0. F. Tickets will be
relieve the skin. S. S. S, is the only guaranteed purely vegetable life. The king continued his journeyand r... :
purifier. It contains no Arsenic, Potash or other harmful mineral. v went through the villages. The Yflwii 0)) ', ',,1. ..; fii 1 egation to the National Baptist Con on sale September 11, 12, 13 and

Write us about your case and our physicians will advise without charge. I royal pageant had attracted on the vention, which meets in Birmingham 14, limited returning to September

We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases, which will be sent I September 1724. A rate of one fare 25. An extension to October 15
road all the inhabitants of the
free to all who wish it. TilE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga. OPENING OF EMERSON HOME for the round trip has been arranged may be secured by depositing tickets .
try. Among them the king noticeda
_. AND SCHOOL and the Florida delegation will go with joint agent at DesMolnes
--- poorly clad laborer. He bade
------ very
over the Southern Railway in their! not earlier than September 16, nor
him come forward. "
!I Ocala, Florida !,: own special car. Arrangements have later than September 22, and upon
'Well, said he, 'are .) happy} ?
; 'on.
l )been made at Atlanta for payment of fee of 50 cents.
a rtop over
Slow Starvation'Is Is there anything that you have not Emerson Home and School open; ,:

got that you would wish to have?' for pupils September 8, 1002. .I for all who wish to do so on the re- $60.25-Denver, Col, and return

'No, your majesty; replied the Eight year Literary Course Ethics turn. In the going trip a free breakfast August 22, 24, 29, 30 and 31.
the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and indigestion. will lie served { Atont-i! for al 1
laborer, 'I'm quite satisfied.' Industries, Vocal and Instrunien. n Set' ticket agent for limits and
It your food remains undigested it can't build up the who
body. In fact, it does actual damage by decaying in thin 'Do you mean to tell me that: you tal Music. i go. other information.

stomach and poisoning the system. are perfectly happy?' Terms reasonable. I For ice cream, cold drinks, Special conditions covering diverse
f i
J1p ,4 rc' 'Yes, sire, perfectly happy.: Phns have been perfected antI I ham and eggs, meals by the day or: routes and stop overs.

KO'DOL Digests "The monarch was urprlced.: ',nt new apparatus purchased, by means: I week of the best the market af- For sleeping car reservations and

What You Eat. the sincerity of the villager struck of which better advantages will b 41
Uflli him and he concluded that he haJ given ourpupils.than: ever before. I to the City Restaurant, Mrs. Alice John Dozier, 'V."Y.. Condon

Kodol the sensible remedy. By digesting what you heard the truth from the lips o.* th/: No intelligent colored parent can I 1 Fluctt. proprietress.; 7-16 tf fI Agent C. T. A.
eat it strengthens the body and at the same time rests afford to deprive his daughter of th' A. O. MarDonf, A. O. P A.
the stomach. This rest soon restores perfect health humble villager. I A highly enjoyable entertainment

Cathartics and stimulants only reach the symptoms, I 'At last he thought, 'iSn golcs Home's training. 0. ;M., Buckbee, I was given in the Odd Felices hall I

nodal cures It is Nature's tonic. to be happy myself: S 2G Superintendent i last night in honor of Mrs. M Colyei i I L.ALEXANDEBPractical
doctors called took such a hold that I could
Fire years ago! a disease the dyspepsia on me '
scarcely go. I took quantities of pepsin and other medicines, but nothing helped me. As a 'Take off your shirt, he salt, Williams of Orlando, who fs in the
drowning: man craspsut a straw I grabbed at Kodol. 1 felt an Improvement at once,and aftera 'and give it to me.: SUMMER R:1'1'ESi city on a visit to Rev and Mrs. :
few Lotties am bound and well. GEORGE S. MARSH, Attorney-at-Law. Nocona,Tex. $ I
but do 'I should be very well pleased Quarterman. Mrs. William! is a sister i CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful
It can't
help you good.The -
Atlantic Coast Line
do so, leplied the good ]laborer; 'but, I of Mr. V. B. Colyer, our popular
it buttle contains 2'/i times as much(actual measurement)as the trial size which sells f or 50c
lTep.m-d by E C. DeWlttA,Co., Chicago. Sold by all dealers. unfortunately, I haven't any.: Summer rates (one and one tailor. She possibly will be in the estimates made on all con
I i tract work. Gives more and better
Dewin's \viicd Hazel salve skin a soothing diseases.: healing Beware application of counterfeits.for piles sores and I MINisTER'S fourth fare for round l trip) on salt I city a few more days before returning work for the money than any other

J A GOOD WORK I to all resort points. Good till OL to her home.If I 'nan in town

---- -- I tuber 3 I st.I you want your dresses made In I.
"I had a severe attack of bilious
I i the latest style and according to the
colic, got a bottle of ChamberJain'CoUr I i
i most up to date fashions, carry your
Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy II I
I I Fev.-ing to Mrs. Francis Thomas at .
nss SARAH FINLEY took two doses and was entirely CASTOR I her house near the county Jail. F:10M: EIGHT DOLLARS UP

cured," says Rev. A. A. Power, of EmI i!
Vice-president of the Palmetto Club, Memphis, Tenn. For Infants and Children Mr. and Mrs. Price, who have
ooria, Kan. "My neighbor across tlu"
Material Unequalled for the Price
i been in the city a month on a visit to
street was sick for over a week, ha1 i The Kin-i You KBYS Always Bought
onI"me i their father, Rev. P. ..C. GoIns, leave:
: OK CARIU'I following praise
two or three bottles of medicine from
; thoroughly C'imlui Bears theSignature l : i today over the A. C. L. for their CLEANING DYEiNG AND REPAIRING
I F'fNl a :
used for
the doctor. He them .t./.Ji/J..' #-
and I f .. .-/7 1.. ._;I .A/. : home at Myers. Fla. They have NEATLY DONE
moil- ; or four days without relief, then call jCHEAP i/ ......" "'. "",, ;.-... !
ern remedy. r very much enjoyed their visit antI
1. medicines placed before suffering I -d in another doctor who treated him -
injj the needs of the modern hope to repeat it next summer. I
woman n in the! lalIl lern way women for their relief !I for several days and gave him no relief For good board and comfortable Spring Sample In Great Variety for

-without the torture of an,1 none can touch McElree's so dischargd! him. I went over t.) TO TEXAS Inspection *
I lodging at reasonable rites, go to the
operation. Wine 01 Oanlui (\' .' "'i: rtWine of Cardui. It towers ee him the next morning. He saiJ Oklahoma It l Indian
l and Territory,
/ ? Mack House
has cirttl them in the privacy ; / / i.1i 1J'' above them all as a reliable his: bowels were in a terribfe fix, thai: on street BEST: SUITS FOR THE MONEY -
1t \nd return August 5th and 19th.I Sirs Mallssa Mack 3 12!
of their homes and it I.:. .,,)-i./it) I Proprietress. IN TOWN
female remedy. It simply they had been running off so long l!!
2d and 16th and October 1
has found a place In the Jf.'j &rah Finle'i September The ministers' meeting of the Sec
drives pair and disease away was almost bloody flux. I asked him
hearts of American women I /th and 2is>t. ond Bethlehem Baptist Association ism ; Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike
found. In and restores health u an incredibly short i f he had tried Chamberlain's Colic
that no other a Ueii.e Las Via session this week at the Covenant
their gratitude over 10,000 American j I period. have taken great interest in this I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I Baptist church. NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET

women hale written letters commend- medicine for the past two years, once it I he said "No." I went home and The Iron Mountain Route. Tick- .1
For clean Dells and a first class table Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the
in? Wine cf Ca lui. Will of Canlui brought health and strength tj me. I brought him my bottle and gave hint ts good twenty-one davs."rite_

meets their wants as no other medicine i have aso recomir nded it to a number II one dose; told him to take another I. E. Rehlander T. P. A.Chattanooga I at a quiet house, go to the "Yonz Cotton BuyerP.

does. It sustains the young girl at the of my friends and &ey who have used it dose in fifteen or twenty minutes It ? Tenn I House" next door south of the old 0. BOX 134

sh ck ot her e:i trance to voi.sanhooil. I Bazar Mrs. Delia Williams, Proprie-
: : speak of it in the highest terms and I feel he did not find relief but he took nc :

Women who take Wine of Canlui have and t that it is praise well bestowed." I more and was entirely cured." Foi TABLETS I tress. tf LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R.
little discomfort luring pregnancy I I The Young Men's Social and Literary -
little pain at c-J.iklliirth. When the I If you are suffering from female I .ale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I We have a big stock of writing I Club nice entertainment

change of life appears they enter a weakness: : Wine of Cardui: is the medicine I tablets. Any color, finish or thick last gave night a very at the home of- I Firstclass Service and Quick Schedules .
h. heah'lJlcl Every month it you LIFE'S STORY I
)1'1 ) age. I -
& : to assist Nature in You can have health the same as ness of paper, to 2' cents. I rti i r. and Mrs. Andy Ruth. A large
conies: tut: rescue Miss Finley 1 if you will t a k'tl Ie Wine aOcala News Co. -TO- 1
throwing the impurities from the Lod y of Cardui treatment. If you nl'f' I They say the world is round, and yetI I number of the young gentlemen and

Miss Sarah:: Finley, of Memphis, vice further than the complete directions often think it square; misses were out and they enjoyed I BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE,

Tenn., "iCf>-presi pnt of the Palmetto given on the bottle, address The I I So many little hurts we get TEXAS I themselves! until the wee hours of EVANSVILLE, CHICAGO,

Club of that city. speaks{ for herself and Ladies Advisory: Department, Chattanooga : i The Land of Many Crops the morning. LOUISVILLE. CINCINNATI
I From here and there. ,
iled. Co. Tenn. corners
friends when she bestows the ; Chattanooga, Ii
many For hot meals, lunches Ice creamor
Best reached via Memphis and the
j But one great truth in life I've found;, ST. LOUIS,
'I Iron Mountain Route. Two train'' cold drinks at all hours, day or
A million suffering women While journeying to the West; daily, reclining chair cars (seats free)} night, call at the old Ike Tompkins' AND ALL POINTS WEST AND

lV INE of CARDVI have found relief in I The only folks who really wound and standard Pullman Sleeping Oars: I stand on S.' Maoiolia) street and get NORTHWEST .

L Wine of Carllui.RABBITRIES. I Are those we love the best. through to Dallas, Fort Worth and IT j the best. Mr. Jeff Davis proprie-

Paso; without change this line also I tor. 5-23-tl -
I The man :you thoroughly despise MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS
---- -- --- -- -- reaches Arkansas Oklahoma, Indian The city and county authoritiesran

I Can rouse your wrath, 'tis true; I Territory, Ar 'luna. N'ewfexiro and aboard of quite a number of AND ALL POINTS SOUTHWEST.

SOUTHLAND : I Annoyance in your heart will rise .. California. Rooks and pamphlets! descriptive small boys ranging from ten to '"
of the western states lice
I At things mere strangers do; I twelve years of age yesterday deeply THROUGH TICKETS VIA THE. L.
A postal can! will do it. Write
OCALA FLA. But those are only passing ills. I. B. Inlander. ,T. P. A., engaged in a spirited game ot &N.

I This rule all lives will prove: Chattanooga, Tenn i "craps. These: little idlers grow up Are Sold by All Railroad Coupon

Dealers in Imported and Fancy Breed The rankling wound which aches and II' to be the criminal classes which Ticket gents in Florida:

thrills A Banker Praises I give the state ani county so muc.'l:

Is dealt by hands we ]love. i I. trouble and bring shame upon their For scheauiw, rates and sleeping car
i parents and disgrace their race reservations, apply to
The choicest garb, the sweetest f Tyner's I upon
RECENT IMPORTATIONS: Que-n Lipton, Yorkshire Lass Dash I grace 1/t I I The parents of these boys should J. M. FLEMING, Fla. Pass. Afft

Wonder. King Wantage. Duke William Write us lor Information. I Are oft to strangers shown; i have had them at home. The boy 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fit.

The careless mien, the frowning face DyspepsiaRemedy i who runs upon the streets wIthout I C. L. STONE. G. P. A., Louisville. Ky.

W. [,. MORTON.: Manager. I Are given to our own. I I restraint is bound to fall into mist I -

I We flatter those we scarcely know; I rhief. Parents, you are responsible I

I We please the fleeting guest; : for this state of affairs and you: I -

Fresh Meat and Game.Ve And deal full many a thoughtlessblow sometimes Worry kills bankers.lots of It people impedes and di- 'i I should stay off:see of the to it streets.that your children W $ MalC.Only B L. ;

To those who love us best. I gC3tion. irritates the nervous system : *Furnished rooms by the day or

keep on hand a full line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and V 1 i \veek. Apply to Mrs. Marian An-
Love does not grow on every tree, I and in many ways destroys health. I!! $16.05
Sausage to be had. Game in S l'a"on Fft Vegetables, etc. ; derson.! 7 2Q
II Xor true hearts yearly bloom. I you are worried with business or other I .
Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made. I Alas for thoe who only see 'I troubles Tjner's Dyspepsia Itemifiy I I Prof. E. B. McCants, of Montague,, I "rom Jacksonville, Nrl'f'8pondlnl{

\\'. 1.I f:\13S. 14)6 'ZO WALKEK, I This cut across a tomb! will meet and baffle all ill effect I was in the city yesterday and today. I elms rates ronnd from other trip ticket points* on First-isle "

I I and Rev. J. C. Clark, of the same grace, Octobers. 4.6incl 6..lim1t bYf'xu-n.
Proprietor. Butcher But. soon or late, the fact grows It[ cures indigestion dyspepsiatones II I sioa.50cnn addition to Novembers. -
I plain I up the stomach and thus in- is here. Account A R N<* extra ,

c::: \ -T Y IV1 Ftl< E T' I II I To all through sorrow's test; sures calm, refreshing sleep end a i *Go to Rev. S. S. Bellamy the charge service for: fast of time or the luxurious ,
I jeweler( for any kind of jewelry sta-
--- I I The only folks who give us pain good;; healthy and invigorating appc- t tionery, notions, etc. Watch and The New Initial

: Are those we love the best. tite. I i Satis-faction

TO WASHINGtONAnd -Ella11eeler Wilcox. What a Banker Says I I Line atJacksonville ,
I We want to notify all of our subscribers :; -
Mr. Cnas. E. Currier, of the Atlanta I ,
I to settle up with us this
I SULPHUR BATHS AT HOME National Bank : "I often 02Tyner's
from Ocala via the E.DUfDIR LINE says
rt'turn.tJ. I I week. We wish to begin the month, ,
I I Dyspepsia Remedy for acute Southern Railway

RAILWAY, all rail or viaorfnk: and steamer, on sale daily limited Hancock's Liquid Sulphur baths indigestion and have always found of September with everyone ,

I are superior to those of the most celebrated ; that it gives immediate relief. I consider I straight on our books. Most LuxuriousTrains
to return October Train leave Ocala at I :31 a. m. and
31. sulphur springs, having the I I :: it a medicine of very high i i -0
additional advantage of being made I I "My baby was terribly sick with
ueriL" World.
I In tHe
11152: a. m. l I the diantoea! ," says J. H. Doak, o!

The Seaboard has on sale slimmer excursion tickets to all prin- any cine desired by absorption strength.; into Taking the system medi- : ('rice 50 cents per large bottle. : Williams Oregon. "We were unable Kveir morning at S o'clock. Kvry I:

For sale Six bot- with the doctor's assistance evening at 7ST o'clock from Jack W
through the skin by taking medicated by druggists. to cure him sonville. Less than twenty-thrre _,
cipal summer resorts. i i and as a last resort we tried hour to \\nshlngton via SOUTH- .
baths is a very efficient method of obtaining : th-s for $2.50 or sent by express on I BBS RAILWAY. I

Call "at city ticket office! next door to post office or write to I a constitutional treatment. I rtceipt of price by Tyner's Dy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and City Ticket Office, loft Wet Bay Street' .r .
I happy to
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur never fails pep..ia: C rr.. lo12 S. Diarrhoea Remedy. am Jacksonville. Fla.

JOHN DOZIER Agent, W. \V. COXDOX, !I to cure all blood and skin troubles. r' .r>\th St., Vtlanta.! Ga.; ,! say it gave immediate relief and a F"ll Information can be obtained

Ocala, Fla. C. T. A. I For sale by the Anti-Monopoh Drug N-nd 30. tll pay postage for a complete cure." For sale by the AntiMonopoly from
I Drugstore. H. F, GARY F. Jackao.
Co. bottle I ,
.. A 0. MAcDONELL. A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fia

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