The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (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).
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.- Volume 8, Number 99 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1902 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yeat

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ot Bn11eti tjn By. Military, Force-It is Assumingthe Caused by an Earthquake in Our VJJJ1BISE5p1OJEQJED_ c

Proportions of a Civil War Mid-Pacific Possession f YOU DON'T HAVE TO OWN -

Harrisburg, Pa., Oct. The anthracite Manila, Oct. 7.-Further details of
coal strike is further from a the ear thquake on the island of

settlement than it! has ever been. .\ Guam say that the most severe NEED ONE OF OUR SAFE DEPOSIT

Whole Wheat Flour, The last proposition made by Presi- shock lasted three minutes aud fifty
I. dent Roosevelt, that the miners return seconds.

Ralston's Barley Food, to work pending a settlement, Most of the stone building are in HAS ANYTHING THAT IS
has been emphatically refused. An ruins. The ground opened and

army of state troops is moving into I belched forth water and sand. The WORTH. HAVING WANTS TO' -

the mining districts. The situation American marines had a narrow es
'.. Brick Codfish, was never more serious. .cape. Governor Schroeder is afford
The entiie force of state militia i ing all the protection possibls to the

r has been ordered into the strike re- Americans.
; g These forces will be assigned
Cream of Chocolate, "Keith's
>'w to: protect every colliery now operai-: Konquereis"i MOTHERS IN OUR VAULT RENT FOR

ing, and others which expect to open
# Who would keep their children in $5 PER YEAR.
soon.Many good health, should watch for the
Dutch IIerring, Deviled Crabs, mass meetings of strikers at '
98.50 first
i symptoms of worms, and remove I
were held throughout the district. <
them with White's Cream yer-

Shrimp, Lobsters, The erally president's discussed.proposition Great indignation was gen- lLifu;e. It is the children's best I1VitOE\ o CJP\BCISS\

I tonic. It gets digestion at work so .
was expressed. The feeling is stl'ongI
Are the' that their food does them good, and
beyond question .
.. er against surrender than ever.President's Bal) ers,
Crab Meat, Brook Trout, Proposition Declined "'I I best built at the price, and 25c.they at grow Anti-Monopoly up healthy Drugstore.and strong.

California Buffalo, Oct. 8.-After conferringby I the equal of a great many Oeala -m- Florida I

Evaporated Apricotsand telephone with the labor leaders, dollar fifty more. A I A LIBERAL REWARD --'"

Peaches. President Mitchell declared that the anew .Will be paid for the return to this office "A SPECKLED BIRD"If
miners would not accept Roosevelt's shipment just in; in
of a circular gold brooch, set you have not read Augusta
recommendation that the srikers re leathers of Vici Kid and
with, pearls and opals one miss- Evans' new book, "A Speckled Bird,"
turn to work pending an investigation Eli Calf, the two best ;ing. Lost In or about the Montezuma lose no time in doing so.Ocala.

T-Pot Grocery of their grievances. Hotel on the 2Cth. News Co.
Mitchell said that the sincerity cf and most, popular leathers

the president's offer was unquestioned of today. Sues, 5 to J J.
but that they were unwilling
i to give up the strong position held Widths, C, D, and E. EDWAIDS

1 III II 1 ll/ l vs w cI by them on the uncertainty of the BROTHER.SAT

Entire District Under Martial Law .

Philadelphia, Oct. 8.-The presence ThewIJ ..... I 'Wholesale
of troops in the coal regionshad I I I .

a reassuring effect on the opera- And Retail BUTCHERS

tors, but no appreciable result so far '*

as the operators strikers were expect concerned.The that .their J. CHAMBERS' SHOE CO Choice Florida and Western Meats

will increase rapidly, as soon I Celery and all other Vegetables in
'\3 the workers .are assured protec- seasonFREE

;,fin? II << ; v ', tion. I I Second door from corner, Opera House Block, Ocala, Florida. DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108
,? In effect, the governor's proclamation -
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places the entire strike district; --- ---- --
l ;. t I under martial law, and attempts at
ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE violence will be immediately punished
roll top and a plain top office
i by extreme measures WE MAKE GOOD CLOTHES.
When in doubt send a box of our desk. Big bargain. Apply to W. J. Farmers

delicious candies and be sure yogi i Chambers Shoe Co. I STRAUSS BROS.Be .

have one of the best gifts you ever OUT OF DEATH'S JAWS .
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made. We promise you pleasure to "When death seemed very near I I Measured by the Racket Co.
the one who eats them. from a severe stomach and liver Stoclc111en

Agent for Wiley's and Lowney'sFine trouble, that 1 had suffered with for I We have nine barrels of ,White

Candies. years," writes P. Muse, Durham, N. Star Flour a splendid flour, but a little WANTEDA YOU KNOW AND APPRECIATE THE NEED OF HAY. WITH A

T. W. TROXLER C., "Dr. King's New Life Pills saved dark, that we offer at $1 per bar four to six room cottage furnished LITTLE ATTENTION YOU CAN EASILY SUPPLY, YOUR WANTS.

my life and gave perfect health." rel. The Carmichael & Son Co. for four .to six months. Apply GET A .

Best pills on earth and only 25c. at at this office.FLOUR <-
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. TAYLOR'S CANDY DEPOT Deering Mower
Receives fresh candies every week ,
We have now in stock over fifty and wants you to inspect same before 54 PER BARREL
different books of the newest and. PURE SWEET MILK buying. They can please you, and White Star Flour-We have nine r. .

most popular novels of the day The Hermitage Dairy, Geo. B. Tyler -!I give you satisfaction. Whitman's barrels and offer it atI per barrel. '
1 Candies are first class and second to '. i 1
Many of them have never been offered Proprietor can supply you with none The Carmichael & Son Co.
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for sale in Ocala before. Seethe pure sweet milk or cream. Better S. j/
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window display. equipped than ever to supply theIrsde I II J
The Ocala News Co. to the best advantage. We II // 1*-

have the best equipped modern dairyin I I I
made.WE' \ A dispatch from Palatka says that -
LIPTON'S CHALLENGEThe Florida. We have just purchaseda I II / : -.
in a dispute over fishing nets on hurt:; .. \T: yJ
number of fine cows and can sup- II 'I d I
I I Sunday morning before day, George' ,
Indomitable' Briton Will Have a ply the new customers as well as all f rl
I Parker, a fisherman, and his son
Third Try at the America's of our old ones. If you deal with us !I,I / 1 ,,
I beaten t.
were to insensibility by a
you know you are safe. Our box is
Cup of and thrown into the .
gang men I hw l vI
S71, city. 10 1 If II y
river miles above Palatka.
thirty-seven -
Oct. 7.-Sir Thomas Lip- '

ton's third challenge for America* COTTAGES WANTED Have received tie i:I They were saved from drowning ( _
by the water hyacinths, which
cup was signed this afternoon at Belfast ]- A
Those who have cottages to rent were very thick at that place.
Ireland, by the officials of the
Royal Ulster Yacht Club Hon for the school term, please notify finest line of The elder Parker recovered consciousness _
9 25 dCt wit Principal Yarn, I and shot and killed Will
Charles Russell representing Sir
Of the Ocala High School. : I Bellamy one of his assailants. *-v
Lipton. The challenge was
Both of the Parkers in *?;:
I are a precarious
immediately mailed and goes to Now Tv'X"i'
York on the White Star liner Oceanic SCHOOL OPENING I, condition their skulls being I.
sailing from Liverpool tomorrow.HIS Miss: Sharpe's School will.not open G ellt' Collais fractured.
until Monday, October 13th, since : / The Best Machine in the WorldThey

LIFE IN PERIL"I she cannot get possession of the |I NATURAL ANXIETY Cost but a Trifle Compared with the Money They Will Make You.

building which her school will occu Mothers regard approaching winter We are Headquarters for the DEERING MOWING MACHINE. Come

just seemed to have gone all t cl I py for the coming school term. 1 I with uneasiness, children take cold and Examine Them and You Will Buy One.

pieces," writes Alfred Bee, of Welfare I And .- so easily. No disease costs more little WE ALSO HAVE HAY RAKES.

Tex. "Biliousness and a lam SCHOOL SUPPLIES I lives than croup. Its attack is so

back had made life a burden. I I sudden that the sufferer is often beyond -

couldn't eat or sleep and felt almost Rulers! .. . . . .. .. .. 5c I human aid before the doctor ar HUBBARD & MACDUFF

too worn out to work when I beganto Letter size tablets . . . 5c I rives. Such cases yield readily tOne 0

use Electric Bitters, but they Note size tablets .. .. .. .. .. 5c :Minute Cough Cure. Liquefiesthe DEALERS IN

worked wonders. Now I sleep like atop Good ink tablets . . . . 5c G 8lltS' NecarEn T mucous, allays inflammation, removes GENERAL HARDWARE, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, SCREENS, Etc., Etc.

can cat anything, have gained in Colored crayons . .. .. 5c : danger. Absolutely safe. ActsI .-
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strength and enjoy hard work." They School crayon . .. .. ... .. lOc. immediately.! Cures coughs, colds,,

give vigorous health and new life to Pencils, doz . . ..:. .. .. .lOc. grip, bronchitis, all throat and lung DAY 'PHONE 117 NIGHT 'PHONE 3>

weak, sickly, run-down people. Try Erasers . .. .. .. . .. . 5c trouble. F. S. McMahon, Hampton,

them. Only 50c. at Anti onopoly ly Pens, Spencerian, doz. .. .. .. lOc. Ocala. i. Ga.: "A bad cold rendered me voice LIDDON & COMPANY

Drugstore. Pens, Electric; doz . . .. 5 c. less just before an oratorical contest.

Ink (the best) . . .. .. .. 5c I intended to withdraw, but took One

FANCY BASKETS AND BOXESWe Mucilage (the best) .. ... .. 5c I Minute Cough Cure. It restored my
Lunch baskets, best fancy willow.25c. I voice in time to win the medal.. GENERAL LIVERYMENFine

have just opened the largest Pencil boxes, complete 5 and.. .10 c.: I
Coe L Loot K II
and prettiest line of beautiful fancy i Legal cap paper. ann I NEW MUSIC .

baskets in collar and cuff boxes, I Foolscap paper. I Carriages, Baggies .and Traps, Drummer'
received large lot
We have just a
glove and handkerchief cases, trinket Note size paper. Carryalls Saddle Horses, etc.
of new and popular Sheet Music.
and jewel baskets and boxes, etc., Letter size paper. I'
Our price same as the publishers'which "
etc., celluloid and basket work, hand Shorthand note books Fine Vehicles Fast Horses -
is half the marked price. ,
painted covers. They are artistic Pen staffs 1 to 5c. The III

and entirely new. Be sure you see Typewriter paper. I Ocala Music Co. Horses and Mules for Sale.

them and make an early selecti on.Colored inks.

Ocala News Co.CASTOnX.A. Library paste. !! WANTED Horses boarded by the month\ at special rate
I Ink eraser. 80 S TON j i A middle aged white woman to as

.. i Indelible ink. !:gist with house work in family of .

Bears Kind You Have Always Beu std i I I Marking ink. i( three. References required. A good LIDDON" .

cLltIB I And ask for other things at the ': home in Ocala for the right party.

cf .. '- t-- 'Ocala News Co.'s store. Store 'Apply at this office. Ocala Florida.TITh .

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..:....:. HEAPS OF HAN8OE NE' DRESS OOO8g t' /

Arrayed all their Autumnal beauty in the most lavish profusion to tempt fair

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new Fall Stock has arrived and in consequence our shelves and counters, both on fust and second floors, are foil .

and overflowing with beautiful goods that will interest all. The prices in every instance are low enough to .

please the most economical. We ask our friends and patrons to call and see us and make our '

store their stopping place. We have the goods and unusual values to show you. .. '


ORED Ul9olesal 'Departmelt UNDERWEAR \ x ,_ '-aI

Colored and Black Splendid assortment of handsome

This department is radiant with A moit creditable showing of thi We are headquarters for these Carpets and Rugs, new designs andcolo.iagj

the, handsomest, the cleverest and very newest and pretties novelties of We have the largest stock goods. Over 18 different styles Corsets : ; also large line Mattings,

most dashing creations of the season, the season in Peau de Crepe, Shot to fit every possible type inWarner's Lace Curtains, Portieres, Window :

comprising Elamines, Crepe Canvas, and Plain Taffetas, Louisene, Molinand of Dry Goods, Notions, etc., Rust Proof. Thomson'sGlove Shades: etc. Many bargains: 1 in this 'i :1:1S

halts Cloth, Herringbone Suiting, fancy effects, for waists, skirt Fitting and the R. & G., at 50c., department to show you.

Granite Cloths, Crepure, Knicker and dress patterns. We have double we have ever carried in 73c.: $1, $1.25 and $1.50. Special:
value in Ladies' and Children's LADIES', MISSES' AND CHIL
booker Suiting, Diagonals.1 FancyGcrmanes faced Peau de Crepe and Peau deSoir

Prunellas, Cheviots, all silk, 22 and 27 inches this department Having from 10 to 50 cents. Sea ourLadies DREN'S CAPES, JACKETS I

Storm Serges, Zibelines" Broadcloths, black and colors, at $1. The very Hose, plain, lace and fancy, AND SKIRTS
best values for made.LADIES' at 25 cents; also Boys' Shaw Knit -
.... ..I Covert Suitings the new "Mannish" price bought so lavishly we bought Hose at 25 cents. We have the best We have just received l a large and .... ...1
Cloth. Scotch Mixtures etc., etc. most beautiful line of these goods in
:'\'t... NECKWEAR 10 and 15 cents hose on the market :'\L
Also WP have an largo at the lowest prices known. _ a very large variety of grades aD 1 .
-3 .\ line medium and popular grades. colors. The styles are smart, distinctive 0
Wool Dress Goods in the newweaves Magnificent and enchanting display FALL WAISTINGS and graceful, meeting withperfect ;

black and all colors, plain of new fall fancies and everything Our merchant friends willfind -- conformity to fashion's latest
The most varied and e'-
that charming '
and 10 12; 15, 18 20 25 is dainty and novel in Women'sNeckwear. ,
fancy, at };, requirements. Don't fail to see
fects in these goods from 15 to 85
30, 33;, 10 and 50 cents. Exceptional These dainty conceitsare it to their advantage to' these goods. The Monte Carlo style
of J "' ; fancy, etc., in all the
fitted to inspire the admiration
values in these goods. Examine our : will delight you.
new fascinating in beauty
all wool Tricot and Dress Flannels Ocaia's fair ones. Come and see
this t k.
inspect S oC that you would hardly.
Mack and all colors, at 30. 35 and 40 them. know which to choose. Special values In Towels, Napkins.Table .

cents Pillow Cases and
Flannellettes Ginghams Percales .
r \ and Outings. A most diversified as
Call and inspect our stock. You'll A veritable bower of rich, charmWrite for samples of our New sortment in all the new designs and Brown and Bleached Domestics at I

be surprised at the wonderful display lug novelties.: Different grades and(l Dress Goodr.:: Mail orders receive coloring at 5, 7, 8, 10, 12V2, 15 and 4. 5. (6 J, 7 and S cents. You can buy .

and pleased: with the exceedingly low price and colors to match all the 18 cents. Don't fail to see tnese these goods cheaper from us than

prices. new dress goods. prompt attention. goods. elsewhere.

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OCALA OCCURRENCES! Chickens do well when fed International -/I Mrs. W. V. Newsom was; in toW?' Mrs. Campbell and daughter, Miss

I Poultry Food. Sold at th today, having/driven. up from Surj- Alice, of St. Joe, Mo., arrived in tLe
-- AntiMonopoly Drugstore.J. merfield. The Doctor" and the ch/1- city yesterday ail again spend Millinery Announcement
,CO.'S.Cocoanuts. Hugh White, of Atlanta, with dren are there tiaving arrived a few.; the winter and Miss

the Atlanta Woodenware Co., is in\ days ago, and all will return to Campbell have fay"hJDst of friends in

at the Hole in the Wall. O cala tomorrow or next day. Ocala, who flelighted to see fashionable
tIle city, calling on the trade. \ Mrs. L. T. Tompkins, Ocala most

Limeade from fresh limes at Troxler's. Our. Celery Phosphate is invigorating Cabbage-- lettuce, mustard, radish them.When milliner, will give to the ladies this fall and winter the

and has not the bad effects of and all other fall garden seeds at Ty you cannot sleep for cough- finest, largest, most elegant line of

Fat, yellow bananas at the Hole in some other soda fountain drinks. dings & Co.'s. ing, it is hardly necessary that any ,

the Wall. The Post Office Drug Store. Dr. Worrell a distinguished Bap- one should tell :you that you need a .

Fred C. Briel, of Boston, is at the Miss Teague.: of Lady Lake is vis tist preacher from Louisville, Ky., is few doses of Chamberlain's Cough Pattern Hatsever

Ocala House. iting her brother Mr. F. A. Teague, in the city, stopping with Mr. R. C. Remedy to allay the irritation of the .
throat, and make sleep possible. It
GEORGIA SEED RYE at the Mc- on Oklawaha avenue. Loveridge.Our into the state. One hundred Paris Pattern t
is good. Try it. For sale by AntiMonopoly shipped .
Carthy Store. Violet Scented Talcum Powder, to Celery Phosphate pleases all
Drugstore.C. Hats to select from. There can be no copy for such art.
Sweet Milk and Buttermilk at the reliev chafing, prickly heat. etc., 10c., who drink it. The Postoffice Dfu- '
'I''I're. II. Dame, the candy man, will
st ,
Hole in the Wall. 3 for 25c. Tydings & Co.

Mr. John Jeffords, of George Hough, of Union Springs, Mr. and Mrs,' lfred Ayer, of McIntosh make a handsome exhibit of his own No Competition
manufacture of candy at the State
in the city today. Ala., a nephew of G. A. Carmichael were in /the\ city yesterday I y
Fair at Lake
New York Cabbage twice a week at anived( yesterday to take a position :ind today looking for a suitable )"(.-si-I City. All former efforts surpassed in the preparations

the Hole in the Wall. in the grocery department of the .dente as they expect to move down WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN from i made for the grandest display of artistic millinery when
Marion at to for
to. reside here. county once prepare I
Carmichael store.M.
There were fifteen arrivals at the positions in the Government Ser the season opens at the right time. Mrs. Tompkins ,
We make the filling of prescrip-
Ocala House yesterday. I tions our special business and with vice. Apply to Interstate Corres will convince you that buying at home is the, correct
Don't forget the Montezuma. It i is Inst. Cedar la. 27. who lives at 5
care promptness and low prices have Rapids, Sep. idea, and will pay you best. The milliner

setting a splendid table.W. B FISHELHas built up a good business. We want Chas. E. Taylor received his handsome -i home, whose goods please you for twelve months in the '

M. Ross the well known phosphate trade and will be pleased to now soda fountain today and
your I year,' is the one to patronize, the one who cares to please
man, is in the city. returned from have you ask your physician to leave will have it in place in a day or two. Hats
!and will show you this season the prettiest Outing
There were twenty-one arrivals at your prescriptions with Tydings &;; Buy Grove's Chill Tonic at the AntiMonopoly -
lie! Montezuma yesterday.Col. New York where Drugstore. i ever made for ladies and children. Ribbons, Silks and

Co.F. I Velvets. Full stock ofGENERAL
0. T. Green has returned froma I he went to personally M. Dodson, who "recently returned Rev. A. L. Prisoc, pastor of the

business trip to Tavares. from Daytona has a position Baptist church at Flemington, is In

The place to go for seed for fall select his Fall as cashier at the Carmichael & Son the city today. MilliNERY

planting i is Tydings & Co.'s.J. Co.'s store. Buy school supplies at the AntiMonopoly -
and Winter stockof
We have on hand a neat and com Cardsor
W. Hicks, of Lake Butler, was Drugstore. Drawing

at the Montezuma yesterday.Coke I I Dry Goods and plete stock of box paper tablets, Drawing Paper, 100 sheets 6x12, Opposite Liddon's StableCommercial

Dandruff Cure never fails. pens, pencils, ink mucilage etc. Call for 10 cents.P. .. -- -- -- .--..----- -

At the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.J. Notions, which is and see them. Tydings & Co. B. Dukes, at the city market I

Mrs. Chas. E. Taylor) who has has had his stall painted inside and
W. Stephens, of Dunnellon is::: BankBRANCH
now being received been ill for the past few days, is better out and it now presents a very neat
among the visitors in Ocala today.J.
today. and pleasing appearance.
C. Mathews, of Flemington, is and opened for the OF f
Cigars and Tobacco are one of our Reductions In BOX PAPERS to .
the visitors in the city today. -
among We full line. C.
inspection of the E.specialties.. keep a make room for our new stock for the COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE
Oysters served In all styles and at: fall. Don't buy until you look at our

all 'hours at the Montezuma Restau public. When in Carn, a prosperous farmer of stock. The Post Office Drug Store. :
rant. Reddick and brother to Supt. W. D. CAPITAL .S5O.OOO.OO

need of anything in Carn, is in the city today. Mrs. Booe iz receiving a great
John Ball, of Jacksonville with the the excellent ,
Drawing Paper 6x12, 100 sheets for many INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Florida Grocery Co., is at the Ocala the Goods Line way in which she is conducting: the
Dry 5 cents at the Anti-Monopoly Drug
House. Montezuma Hotel.NUNNALLY'S .
Choice meals to order, any hour of you will be well CANDIES, always .
I I Miss Susie Rank, a most charming CEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
the day and to midnight at the Montezuma -I pleased if call on young lady of rVirginia, is in the city fresh and as good as any on the mar 1

Hotel. you the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. R. ket. We get them by express weekly --
and trial will convince
one you
Mr. Baum, of the firm of Pomeroy Engleby. Miss Rank is pleasantly
; M. FISHEL that: the goods are all that is claimedfor Glover W. Miller is assisting R. B I Mrs. 1.)1. Little and baby returned -
in town remembered by Ocala society, hay
& Baum, of Crystal River, is : ,
from Georgjp this afternoon
them. The Post Office Drug Bullock in his law office. :
today. ing spent a winter in this city.Get i
--- --- --- Store. Samples In great numbers and variety
Drink Celery Phosphate. It, Is palatable
and a free sample of Chamberlain'sStomach ::
We fill carefully, .
prescriptions meet last of fall and winter suitings and
The city council did not refreshing and invigorating
deliver promptly using the bes ? Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss returned yesterday and Liver Tablets at the
I night. There was no quorum in with no bad effects. We make it and trousers. Call and see them. J. A.
drugs that money can buy. Ask 'ouf afternoon jtra the Seaboard Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. They are
CeJycr! & Bro.
town. it contains, and thereforeare
physician to leave your prescription from Georgia where she has been easier to take and more pleasant in know in hat
to recommend it. Mr. Tom Mitchell, the prosperous
with us. The Post Office Drug Store. pending the summer with friendsamkrelatives. effect than pills. Then their use is Hancock's Liquid Sulphur cures in a position
merchant of Summerfield, is in town.
I not followed by constipation, as is of! !skin= troubles of every nature. No The Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. I
When wane with a bad
you up I For sprains swellings and lameness ten the case with pills. Regular size,. home should be without it. Ask your H. H. Whetstone, Mr. and Mrs.. EYES examined by latest scientific,
taste in mouth, go at once to
Anti your Drugstore and geta there is nothing so good asChamberlain's 23c.: per box. druggists for a book on Liquid Sul- D. E. Whetstone's son, arrived yesterday methods. No Charge. We are here
tho lonopoly
Pain Balm. Trit.. phur. By Anti-Monopoly Drug Co. from Alabama and is quite ill. all the time. Satisfaction guaran
free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach Geo. A. Clark agent for "That I /
and Liver Tablets. Qne or two For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.D. I Other Fellow" Co., which opens the Mrs. G. M. Hubbard ana daughter, When your family goes away for a teed..* Ocala Music Co.son. .

Mrs. X. M. Allred, and little Miss visit of a week or for several months,
doses will make you well. They E. Peacock has been assistingat theatrical season here at the ppera

also cure biliousness, sick headache the Carmichael & Son Co.'s store house Tuesday night, October 14, isis Allred, left today for St Petersburgto I try boarding at the Club House, J. H. The new ,ink-: Celery Phosphateat

and constipation. for a few day the city. spend a few weeks. J Vereen, Proprietor, north,side square. the Postofflce Drugstore.I .

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EVENING STARBITTINGER K l : ::-:_ -,_ : -:_-' i... '-:'-. .. :-- .'

t Complaints come to this office that Manager Sylvester, of the opera

and COMPANY parties: are violating the Florida 1 house, has surely booked a winning :mow

Proprietors and Publishers.C. : I II I I game law and are shooting quail out I attraction in "The Other. Fellow"
t! I of season. The complaints say that Company judging from reports from

L. BITTINGER, I fairly well to do people are guilty!Hand other cities where the comedy has

Editor and Business Manager. I !I go unpunished. whereas a poortl I been played. Mr. Harry West and

S ti r rk: Jw / II I I i darkcv killing birds for a living Isil!I his company of comedians keep the .

R. R, CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. I! hauled up and fined. Look out or i( ;audience in a laugh from start to

i iI I something will "drap.IMPORTANT ." finish, and they have their artistic for infant and Children.

appetite satisfied to the utmost.: The ,

Judging by the cartoon in the Tribune MEETINGThe company is unusually strong, containing The Kind You Have Always Bought bas borno the signature -

the Tampa baseball team is on I Sickness steals more savings than the as it does many well known of Chas. }I. Fletcher, and has been made under his

the hog. burglar. Slowly, coin by coin, the elders and deacons of the r.ames of artists who have traveledthe personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
that has been so hardly
is money paid out for drugs and doctors. Presbyterian church will meet In I world over and mad stellar to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and

Samuel Arnold who was Implicated Sickness is the worst enemy of the working joint session Friday night to arrange names for themselves. No expense Just-as-jfocd" are but Experiments, and endanger tho

man, and the common cause of the reports for presbytery and has been health of Cliildreu-Experience against Experiment.
In the plot against Lincoln's :life, to con spared in the selection of
man's sickness is disease of the
Med In Baltimore Monday, aged :2. stomach often involving the heart,lungs, sider resignation of Rev. R. H. Mor high salaried people and of elegant The Kind You Have Always :BoughtBears

liver, or kidneys.The ris. and expensive costumes. Howeverthe

Your Uncle Russell Sage is very use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical -- management desires it distinctly the Signature of
will the stealing of
sick. The price of apples, on whichhe the Discovery savings by sickness. It cures diseases I BIRTH OF JESUS CHRIST understood that they do not make

principally makes his midday of the stomach and other organs of I and sustain reputation on good

lunch, l has gone up. digestion and nutrition. It cures diseases At the Baptist church this evening clothes, but on the intrinsic merit of i
t of heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, etc., the entertainment. Laughter plays I
the the hour of midweek prayer will be
when these diseases are by
Seventy thousand French coal miners diseased condition of the stomach and occupied in the opening study of the I the greater part', but is interruptedonly : ,

are about to go on strike. The I its allied organs. life of Christ. This study will be by delightful music, interpretedby
In Use For Over 30 Years.
"About ten ago I began to have trouble
Gallic rooster can sympathize with continued genuine singers: -not the usual
with stomach."writes Win. Connolly, of 535 weekly at the Wednesday .
the American eagle.Of I Walnut my Street IOriIIIOhio "It get bO bad I evening services. This evening the kind found in the majority run ofmusical -"' _-f--.3" >1->:.."',;_ THE__ 'CENTAUR,;",?_COMPANY.,-; ,=TT:.'MURRAY.:..TMtET..-:,...:: 2-. NEW.:;',!:YORK",' __CITY.STETSON .-'. __ _.':,::, -.:
had to lay off quite often two and three days in '
week my stomach would bloat, and I would theme will be "The Birth." comedy companies.
1\\ belch up and was in awful distress at such
course, Hon. W. J. Bryan has times. I gas have employed and been treated by It is said that no one has ever Marion Opera House, Tuesday
plan for settling the coal strike. He I the best doctors in the city but got co help night, October 14. I
truly studied the Life who has cot ,
whatever. By some way or other I happened to UNIVERSITYMost man, bending over the tomb, urge
could run this country just exactly get hold of a vial of your'Pellets'and thought found the Light. If you have been
you to make the most of advan
they helped me. It was then I wrote to you your
right if the people would only give advice. You told me that by my symptoms you seeking the Master, but have not THE LECTURERev. Brilliant Opening of Its History tages."
thought I had liver complaint and advised the
him a chance.An and found Him, Come! If have loved
use of your Golden Medical Discovery you I Dr. Forbes then gave the student

'Pleasant I have Pellets'taken in as connection.directed: and The am: medicines very ones who need His influence in their A. S. Worrell, D. D., of Louis, directions for enrolling. laid out. the

attempt to run street cars with happy to state that I commenced to get better lives, bring them, or come and pray ville, Ky., will lecture at the Baptist The beginning of the 18th school program for the day and dismissed
and have not lost day this!
from the start !
non-union men In New Orleans yes- summer on account of my stomach. I feel tip for them! church at 7:30: this evening.Dr. year of John B. Stetson University the chapel.

terday, caused trouble, In which six top, and better substitute than I have for for ten"Golden years.";Med Hour, 7:30. All cordially wel Worrell is the head :of the pre- witnessed the most brilliant opening
Accept no
policemen and many strikers were ical Discovery." Nothing else is "justas comed. miriennial school of which Br ugh- in the history of the institution- AMERICA'S FAMOUS BEAUTIESLook

hurt. The city Is on the verge of good." ton, Er.lraon, Dixon and G. Campbell there were more students registeredin
with horror on Skin Eruptions,
opfn riot.Christ Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate I Morgan are the younger exponents.All every department, the equipmentis
the bowels J. G. FERGUSONMr. i Blotches, Sores, Pimples. They don't
cordially welcomed. better, the faculty is in the best
J. G. Ferguson, who recently have them, nor will any one who useBucklen's *
said "Blessed the working spirit.
the Arnica Salve. It glorifiesthe
bought grocery first door
BEAUTIFUL MILLINERY OPENING OUR COUNTY SOLONS The beginning of each school -earmarks
makers, but when two men are '
I north of the city market, from Dur- face. Eczema or Salt Rheum
t an epoch in the welfare the
and third tries to
fighting a separate
rance & Son, is keeping a first class, vanish before it It cures sore lips,
hit both The County Commissioners ad- life of the city of DeLand-if the
them, he invariably gets by
Mrs. D. M. Hick will have her an- fresh and complete stock and does a chapped hands, chilblains. Infalliblefor
joutncd this morning after opening is auspicious our people feel
combatants. For the latest an unusually -
> nual fall and, winter millinery open nice llUs ne5s.I Piles 25c. at Anti-Monopoly
to this great fundamental l fact, ing on I long session. gratified and buoyed up; if not, they Drugstore.

apply to Theodore Roosevelt.! Washington Monday, Commissioner Long sub very naturally feel despondent. This
October 15, 16 and 17
D. C. I DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED mitted a report on the poor farm year they have every reason to feel
At which time she will display one-of PARSLEY PLANTSAt
I by local applications as they cannot showing that institution to be in a hilarious, barbecuerious. i

F. E Perkins and Will C. Perkins, the' prettiest lines of fine and stylish L reach the diseased, portion of the ear. flourishing condition. Chapel exercises Wednesday morning the Hole in the Wall

of Providence, R.I., intend to be I Millinery ever seen in Ocala. For a I There is only one way to cure deaf- Tuesday morning, the board inspected I were, as usual on opening day,

here early In the season And enjoy great many years Mrs., Hick ha. ness, and that is by constitutional the work on the Sharpe's I attended by nearly all the leading A fresh supply or French perfum-

the sport of hunting. They have on- made a trip to the Eastern markets: remedies. Deafness is caused by an ferry road.Managers. citizens of the town and many from eries just opened at the AntiMonopoly

gaged Walter McCants, colored: to and sent her head trimmer there every inflamed condition of the mucous lining -I t I I for the coming election other sections of the country and I Drugstore. Japanese Narcissusand
and have both madea
train for them a number of young season they of the Eustachian Tube. When :i were selected. Those for Ocala are state and fiom other states. These Japanese Rose, popular odors. .

dogs and will hire him for the game careful study of the styles and this tube is inflamed you have a rum t E. W. Davis, J. T. Lancaster, T. J. and the manyyoung men and women

knowing the tastes of their custom- bling sound 01 impel feet hearing and II Owens studentsfilled the first floor of the Bloom
reason. These gentlemen are Keen and J. D. Williams clerk. Cherry the new drink, made

sports and are greatly attached to era so well have always made most I when it is entirely closed Deafness is .The Board agreed to accept $2500 beautiful chapel. The rostrum was:: I especially for the ladies, 5 cents at

Ocala where they have spent a number happy selections. Mrs. Hick and the result, and unless the inflammation -I from Pooser's bondsmen in settlement occupied by President Forbes and J the Post; Office Drug Store.

of seasons at the Ocala House, Mis. Connolly have both just returned can be taken out and this tube I of the shortage in his accounts. faculty; Rev. W. N. Chaudoin, tae

'Where they have again engaged accommodations from the East, where they restored to its normal condition, I Official report will be published to- venerable and beloved Baptist minister -
II bought the fine stock for this season's hearing will be destroyed forever the best known
for the season: I ; I mon ow. and most loved FIp TailoringBy
business, and since their return nine cases out of ten are caused by preacher in the state of Florida;

"For three days aim nights I suffered I I have been very busy, with Miss 'I Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed FINE CANDY CHEAPC. Rev. J. E. Oates, pastor of the De- .

agony untold from an attack of j Ccnagan and other assistants with I condition of the mucous sur Land Baptist church; Elder F. J. .

cholera morbus brought on by eating i deft fingers and artists' eyesin getting { faces. i E. Taylor has just received several London; of the DeLand Christian d

cucumbers," says M. E. Lowther, I ready for the opening. Mrs.; I We will give One Hundred Dollars hundred pounds of fine chocolates church; Rev. A. Smith, of the FirstM. SKilled WOrKIIlBij

clerk of 1 the district court, Center. I Hick has many beautiful pattern for any case of Deafness (caused by 'I and bonbons, that he can sell E. church of DeLand.I .

vine, Iowa. "I thought I should sure- I hats, and a profusion of handsome I catarrh) that cannot be cured by :j ifor i 20 and 30 cents per pound. Don't I President Forbes ascended the OnChoicest

ly die, and tried a dozen different feathers, plumes and velvets. Her I Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars -I, fail to see it.OPENING. I rostrum, about 300 students gave the
stock of ready-to-wear ladies', miss- MutBriulsI
medicines, but all to no purpose. I I j free. f I college yell, first for him and then
sent for a bottle of Chamberlain'sColic : ;I es' and children's hats, is complete. ,i F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. I OF SCHOOL for John. B. Stetsoa University.The .
j The ladies are cordially}) invited to t
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme- i chapel exercises were simple. have a very complete line of Fall
call and see the stock; and be sure Hall's Family Pills are the hest.. Miss Annie informs
dy and three doses relieved me entirely Sharpe us that Professor Scbofield presided at the Samples, also a big stock of Piece

This remedy is for sale: by you go on the 15th. her school will positively open in the organ. Dr. Forbes read Isaiah Iv., Goods for Suits and Trousers. Cat.!

WEATHER FORECAST Wartmann house near Col. Parr', and and have
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. anti Rev. Chaudoin made a tender, see my samples your
WEDGEWOOD on Monday, October 13. measure taken. Seventeen years in
touching prayer after which wai
FURNISHED ROOMS Washington, D. C., Oct. 8.-For the business should learn your .needs.
chanted the Lord's Dr.
We have just opened a small issortinent East Florida: Fair tonight and i Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Is In-
Handsomely furnished, airy and Forbes then made a short, intercoSt.1 Respectfully,
of wedgewood, the first of Thursday. dorsed and prescribed by many load r
well located rooms to rent to young I ing talk, taking for his subject
the real article ever carried in Ocala.It ing physicians throughout the
men at 56 W. Broadway street. 3 2w i I country "Twentieth Century Education,'* the Jerry Burnett
is exquisitely beautiful and the BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONS i Ii for all blood and skin troubles. ,
work of the head, the hand and the
price ate not unreasonable. Every Hundreds of cases of eczema and other
OYSTERSWe Ale spoiled by using any kind of heart. Merchant Tailor.One .
piece is stamped'edgewooo" and preparation that fills the of the skin diseases have been permanently -
have just received fresh pores Rev. A. Smith followed, paying
OJ's.tprs I
is fully guaranteed Those who
appreciate cured by the of Hancock's
skin. The 1 best>> way to secure a I use Door North of Masters'Fresh
at Stalls I 6) and 8 at city market should ; high tribute to Stetson University,
something exquisite clear complexion, free from sallow- I Liquid Sulphur, after all other rem?-
and will have them daily. its president and its faculty, and j I
I it at Ocala News
see once. Co. I lies failed. For sale by AntiMonopoly -
ness: pimples, blotches, etc., is to
Delivered to any part of the city. I I congratulating the students on their Fish
I keep the liver in good order. An oc- Drug ,
I i
W. L. Jones Celel Phosphate at the Postoffice I .good fortune in being able to avail
Y casional dose of Herbine will cleanse I
Drugstore. j' I THOMAS' themselves of the advantages of Lake Weir Bream and
the bowels, regulate the liver, and so INK
COUNTRY HOME WANTED such an institution.Rev. Trout, also all kinds of
establish a clear, .healthy complex- j i We have just received a small shipment -
Wanted, to rent for one with I Chaudoin, in response to an Salt and Fresh Water
year Professional Cards ion. SOc. at Anti-Monopoly Drug- of the famous Thomas Ink, in
the privilege of two a place in I' invitation from Dr. Forbes, stated
years i store. quarts and pints. The best in the Fish received\ every'day..
the country, about a mile and a half that jie was glad to be here and see:
world for and recorders.
from public square in Ocala. Must R. D. FULLER, SCHOOL CRAYON I Ocala News Co. what his eyes beheld] ; that he ha,i labored of Free the delivery city to any part

have eight or ten acres of good land I for years to bring about what
+ DENTIST Strictly high grade school crayon, ICE IN ANY QUANTITY
under fence. Apply at this office. I I : the students were now privileged to
lOco box. Ocala News Co. CAS v? p oR X.A. .
i per The Kind You Ha' enjoy; that John B. Stetson Univer
e Always .
Office Over Munroe and Chambliss' Bra! the / Bssgn.Sfgnitnie Wm. TuckerStalls
FOR SALE; CHEAP sity has stood: for mental develop

Eight Belgian Hares. Call 0:1' R. i ,\OCALA, Bank STOVE WOOD! STOVE WOOD! a LA J.# I- 7Jfl'If ... ,?( ment and heart culture. "Let an old 5 and 7, City Market
For Stove Wood, phone or drop a
O. Connor at Hubbard &, MacDuffsj I I
card to the OCALA' SPOKE AND
ardware store. 6t d i i
i J. E. CHACE, RIM FACTORY. State length of


The Ocala Horse Barber Shop, located I LOOK OUT FOR FEVER ,

T in the middle of the front of the Office Upstairs Commercial 1 Bank i
Biliousness and liver disorders at

hotel line of offers any place the in best the service city. Compe-in its OCALA Building FLORIDA this season may be prevented by !, Leading Furniture Dealers of Central! and

cleansing the system with DeWitt'sLitHe .
tent and skilled workmen and
courte- TERMS CASH

ous treatment. Geo. F. Williams, __ Early Risers. These famous >Southern F1orida.<' '
.' little pills do not gripe. They move. -c-
Proprietor.THE I
DR. J. W. HOOD, I the bowels gently, but copiously, and :i,I

WORST FORM by reason of the tonic properties, I j We have a complete stock of everythingto

Physician and Surgeon give tone and strength to the glands.At I

Multitudes: ate singing the praises Ii i I be imagined in the Furniture Line. -" ,
Ii I Residence, No. 13 Herbert Street I ?
of Kodol the which is
.' new discovery .i Taylor's you can get the best '

'.making so many sick people well and j: Phone 84 Lollypop Grape Phosphate Soda and I i Our stock is new, up-to-date, attractive t{

weak i twenty other drinks as good as can I
people by digesting
what they cat, by cleansing and i i Office With Phone Dr. E.11 Van Hood I be served from any fountain. I II and, in quality, the Very Best. We 7t') .

sweetening the stomach and by I I '("-; ?a.13 ';:0 :4=',- ::..a. also have a large stock of Turpentine '
transforming their food into the kind I I ". ..
;orrt.P TI.J .\jTj Ft: 1 11- ) P.x J trny.tgc1trt .
of rich, red blood thatmakes 1t W. H. M. D. : _1
pure t MAREAN ; : // f.1-f- {' Wagons Farm Wagons Buggies Car-
yen feel good all over. Mrs. Cran- I ,., (//47'y AX ,

fill, of Troy, I. T., writes: "For a i HOMOEOPATHIC SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND riages, Saddles, Double and Single

number of years I was troubled with Taylor makes Celery Phosphate as
Indigestion and dyspepsia, which Special attention given to the treatment good as can be made from the best I I \ Harness Baby Carriages Go-Carts
:: of Chronic Dseases and Diseases stock that can be bought. Try just I ,

grew into the worst form. Finally I of Women and Children. one of them. I %}' etc. In fact we have almost
was induced to use Kodol and after any-

using four bottles I am entirely Ocala, Fla. The biggest pencil tablet you evci I ask for. Come
thing can see us.
cured. 1 heartily recommend Kodolto j Office, over Tydings' Drugstore. Of- saw for 5 cents. Ocala News Co. i you

all sufferers from indigestion and ; fice hours from 8 a. m. to 12 m.;

dyspepsia." Take a dose after meals. j frem2p.m.to5p.m. Big lot new and popular copy-;

It digests what you eat. Anti-Monop- I Residence No. 60 North Main street,"!Vightfd novels received today. Ocala BEST QUALITY LOWEST PRICES

ply Drugstole.S. known as the Nash Cottage. News Co. 4\. ,
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MerCUrg EpCURY ---I BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. I: Tyner's Colored Folks' ColumnRev. OB. FENWKK'S" ltheamsBr <

and potash i A Policy of Rigid Economy and Pay- KIDNEYBACKACHE-" Dro cltecD
i J. E. A. Keeler, EditorAn Grave -
ing Debts ,Ii i Remedy

rt 1 Official Report) Cures without fail indigestion, dyspepsia entertainment will be given at dIl Bl adder IInQlJrinltzd

CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON "'I } \\l\,,1.. \ I flatulence loss of appetite, Rev. R. S. Quarterman's this even- _+ D _D1seUC!!. .,CURE

They hide its repulsive form, and this serpent disease, \' Ocala, Fla., Oct. 6, 1902. sick headache, nervousness, vertigo, ening by the Rough Riders' Club of I II t! :

stupefied by these drugs, lies dormant! until the effects \ .i 1\1 i Tht. Board of Public Instruction :nand biliousness, dimness of vision and all ( Mt. Zion: A. M. E. Church. The pat :\ntl-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, FI,,.
have worn off or treatment is discontinued, when it I I I
breaks down the mask and becomes as full of life and venom as ever. I for Marion county Fla., met this f i the evils resulting from a weak and ronage of the public solicited. _

Mercury and Potash may dry up the sores and eruptions, but at the same I day in regular session, with G. S. disordered stomach. It builds up *Furni::hed rooms by the day or

time they drive the poison back into the blood and system, where it feeds : Scott, chairman, and B. I. Hull pres from the first dose and insures good, week. Apply to Mrs. Mariah Anderson. L.ALEXANDEBPractical

upon the tender tissues, membranes and nerves, finally breaking out in I! ent. Mr. B. R. Blitch was absent on vigorous health and a long happy' 7 29

most disgusting sores and even destroying the flesh and bones. I account of sickness in his family. life. HeS..
Williams, P. E., informsus
and Potash cannot accomplish a radical and permanent cure. I
Mercury I Minutes of last meeting were read What a Prominent Citizen that the CARPENTER
Says AND
They have a palliative but not curative effect upon this treacherous snake- and camp meeting at Wildwood -

like disease. These drugs produce mercurial Rheumatism, destroy the I approved. Mr. Geo. W. Benson, of Richmond, commences tomorrow, lastingten estimates made on all con

teeth and corrode the membranes of the stomach and bowels, causing inflam The superintendent was instructedand I' Va., says: "Accept my heartfelt days. Bishop H. M. Turner is ex tract work. Gives

mation and dyspepsia, nervousness and general derangement of the system. authorized to make arrat.gements thanks for the great amount of good I. pected to be present the third Sun- more and better other
Poison and the antidotefor with the Commercial Bank work for the money than.any
t S. S. S. is a Specific for Contagious Blood only to day.
your Dyspepsia Remedy has done for
the peculiar virus that spreads so quickly throughout the system, cash all warrants on special school man in town.
me. It is wonderful For good board and comfortable
corrupting the blood and infecting every organ and fibre of the body. districts where the trustees have a discovery. I .
S. S. S. the serpent, and eliminates I Price lodging at reasonable rates, go to the
i asked the board to advance money to 50 cents per large bottle.
every atom of poison from the blood, it makes a teachers and other accounts, anJ For sale by druggists. Six bottles Mack House on Exposition street, J J. AI GOLYER & BROTHERSUITS
thorough and radical cure of the disease, and at the I' pay I Mrs. Malissa Mack, Proprietress. 3 12
the health. S. S. S. to draw warrants direct on the special for $2.50 or sent by express on i i
time builds general
same up Mr.
D. J.
Johnson is
contains no minerals of any kind, but is a purely !, } school districts for any and all receipt of price by Tyner's Dyspepsia in the city on FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP
) a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Melissa
I Ii i vegetable remedy and we offer $,000 for proof to the contrary. .. I accounts approved by the board I Remedy Co., 107 1-2 S. Mack.

Write us about your case and our physicians will cheerfully advise I against said districts. Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga. Material Unequaled for the Price

without charge. Our home treatment book will be sent free to all who The following white schools applied Send; 5c. to pay postage for a *If you want your dresses made In
desire it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Atlanta, Ga. for assistant teachers: Anthony sample bottle. I I the latest style and according to the CLEANING, DYEING AND REPAIRING .

,--.- -- Bellevi, Grahamville: and Elec- --. -- --- most up to date fashions, carry your NEATLY DONE

tra. The following colored schools CREPE PAPER sewing to Mrs. Francis Thomas, at
the U. S. Steal Corporation -
The profits of
her house
Ith also applied for assistants: Gum We have an exceptionally) fine as near the county jail. Fall Samples in Great Variety for
t for the last three months I
J 111f.e Y Spring, Hog Pond Sulphur Springs. fcortment of colored crepe paper in I Mrs. Elsie Calhoun, the aged mother Inspection
were $20,000,000.
j'c, j Bethlehem, Palmetto, Hopewel!, : roils, new and pretty. I I I of Mrs. Sibby Jacobs, is quite ill.

-- Food Clarkville, Wetumpka and Howard Ocala News Co. I Call and see her. BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEY
Academy.The *For clean beds and a first class table I IN TOWN

i '''i r Is not cold food but 'I pain or Irritation exists on following schools applied for at a quiet house, go to the "Yona
s -- \1( t fresh and increase of for House," next door south of the old
.' Q' any part of the body, the application! an salary teachers : CASTORIAFor I Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike

:1 j L fW;l Uncontamlnatedfood of Ballard's "Snow Liniment will, give White Shiloh, Sparr, Reddick and I I Bazar, Mrs. Bella Williams, Proprietress -
1 the Chatter Oak; and several colored Infants and Children, tf NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
relief "It right to
= prompt
-- free from bad I
taste and I ," said an old man, who was rub- schools. Numerous petitions and r*- The Kind Yen Have Always Bought I Rev. Thomas Holsendorf of LowellIs I 1I,I Next Door .to Geo. K. Robinson, the
quests were In for repairs I in the city. I
his I
I Ling it in, to cure rheumatism. Cotton Buyer
: C. R. Smith, Propr. Smith House, After considering the demands and Bears theSignature ''I Go to Rev. S. S. Bellamy, the jew- ,

The Odorless Tenaha, Texas, writes: "I have use l cost of same, it was declared that in of !#ll ery, notions, etc. Watch and clock P. 0. BOX 134

Ballard's Snow Liniment in my fam I,. view of the fact that the board ,is already I repairing a specialty. Satisfaction I

Refrigerator lily for several years, and have foundit I! obligated! \ for more than It will guaranteed. tf 8 22 E.J.COMADOREHas

I be able to pay, and to grant all requests ISLAND GROVE I '
to be a fine remedy, for all aches I Mrs. Lula Johnson returned yesterday Been
Is Scientific Preserver of Fond The circulation ol I| and pains, and I recommend it for that the board believes are from Gainesville, where she Bulldlng-
air is M>perfectly arranged that odors from fruits, needed would create additional Unique Scheme to Head Off the Ants SIDEWALKS IN OCALA
G hh,L-U., are carried off and out and do not come I pain3 in the throat and chest." 25c., actually an I spent a very pleasant time with relatives -
In contact with the ce as in all other refngerau/r*. 50c. and $1 at Anti-Monopoly Drug expense of more than a I Lubrecht's orange grove is a sight : : and friends.Mr. FOR TWELVE YEARS

( thousand dollars, that the board is to see. Four or five acres are walled I i Oliver Evans LIME BRICK, CEMENT
O.d'ODr..e.s.s.I'Me.' I our worthy
The T compelled to refuse all claims fo: additional in and covered over. Underneath, I;i brickmason, is doing some very excellent I i I PRICES REASONABLE ,

TsbutitofSoudoaxtrldenoakfinish.' and is lined I ENGRAVING assistant teachers, increaseof I I large orange trees are growing, 100It- 'I i work for Mr. Benus on Broad. Address Free Delivery '
with XiiiC. Enamel! and NiekeloidFar Superiort.i salaries and other repairs. That ing thrifty and healthy. j
I.;It-lining' because there are No Joints and No I From this date we are prepared i i way. He is also carrying on a large OCALA, FLA.
cranks to eu>!: whit JKe.tse-tfernis; and filthi do fine engraving of every descrip i the board will make no repairs net The truckers, who have beoi both- 'i| brick building at Dunnellon; the ,

already obligated for, or increase the ered by the ants carrying off the i iI
CHATTANOOGA,TENN., Luau' tion.i Monograms, Crests and engraving | foundation has been laid and the
u..vtv.'u..r'; For: : Sale:P'CE.'T/IIII"THIIYOIILD By Watch Cases a specialty. I salary of any teacher, or grant any I. seed after they had planted, are I I!i work is progressing. We are pleased I SEA B 0 A IID

assistant during the remainder of the meeting bettor success now. They I
to note the fact that he does
I -- I term. take the seed, black them with soot. }; cellent work. ,
The chairman and secretary reported and put them in the ground, thpn |i
I i! Mr. J. B. Felder, our agent for theVorId's Special Rates
:i. MOFFETT'S Cures Cholera-Infanlum, that: they had entered into a cover the top of the ground with'
\ Bible House, can supply
you I
Diarrhoea.Dysentery,and | contract with the Commercial Bank pearl grits. While the ants are carrying -
.with books of all Cal! 1
the [Bowel descriptions.
i, for said bank to cash all school warrants i off the grits the seed have iim -S
WlL1.Jo\-tE Children\of Any Age. or write P. O. Box 1030.;
;, f Aids Digestion, Regulates I at their face value, the board! sprout and come up. j I on account of national convention
W I gals pl6 r (TEETHING I POWDERS)! the Bowels, Strengthens i! to }pay 7 per cent per annum from, I II II! W. S. Crosby, of Citra, who haaj I!: Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hoard rejoic? Christian Church. Tickets will be

A- Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the Child and Makes I i date said warrants are cause! until I chare; of Mr. White's groves, hcth in'1 in the birth of an heir this morning. on sale October 14. 15 and 16, limited
rfti TEETHING EASY. i Tell Mr. H. to put another dumpling to October 28. Extension
i taken by the treasurer.The Marion and Alachua in'
up I counties, was
jJOr mail 25; cents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO.
,/! iu the pot and cut another slice ofj! November 30 be obtained i
S ,Tei., im: I II I supervisor and several Island may by
OFFICE OP D. II. IURDT.Sucret-iry of :.ate Ausm Nov 21. pa- Grove the other day to get an'
have found Dr.Maffett'sTEETHINAa splendid remedy and aid fur my teething chiMren.' When my oldest I I meat. I, depositing tickets with Joint agentat
buy wu: a teething child, every succeeding day warued us that= we wool mi>viUby! lose him. I bappcntd upon tiona of the Mt. Pelier!i colored !school I estimate of the boxes they would get I
TKKTIUN: Immlsterin it to him and his improvement ma: ked in 21 hours,and from Omaha and
and begin at once ? i Mrs. Charlotte Blackman of Jacobevflle upon payment of fee
board -
thai day on ho recuperate I have constantly!kept Hand used it since with my children and have taken: great ,; were the :: protestingI this ClOp. HP seemed to be very well!
pleasure period wWllJ&in sounding sed. its praises to all mothers of juunu children. I found invala.ibleeven Wl'.S. D.after:H. IU.KDY.the it-eliiing I I|I against the teacher continuing thei I. pleased with the outlook. i is quite ill. of 50 cents. r

For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores i school longer and claiming that she Miss Carrie Lacy returned home Mrs. Emma Moody of FJoral City,
.1 For sleeping car reservations and
was not giving satisfaction. fhe superintendent Friday from Ocala, where sister of Mr. T. L. Is I
-- -- -- -- I : she had McCoy, in the
information, write
was instructed to notify been for some time. I city under medical treatment.Mr. .
John Dozier, W. W. Condon
the teacher to teach the month ,
Fresh Meat and Game Frank Alexander informs in Agent. C. T. A.
out which will make her second! '
Mrs. Lenna Sellers, a member A, 0. Mw-Donell, A. 0. P. A.
We keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and month and unless the average of t'r.c "One day last winter a lady came I Ito 1 of the Afro-American Industrial Benefit
I school increases to close and .
greatly ,
Sausage to he had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. my drugstore and asked for a Association, which he represents, \
I to discontinue the school for the 'I CHEAP TO TEXAS :
Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made. rev i brand of cough medicine( that I did ;; was paid: her sick claim of $2.50 this

i jmaimler of the term. The superintendent not have in stock," says Mr. C. R. morning. I Oklahoma and Indian Territory

,IV. L. JONES, IJONZOV'.tll.JlER, i was also instructed to dismiss Grandin, the popular druggist of Ontario j'I Don't judge a man by the clothe3 And return August 5th and 19th

Proprietor. ButcherCIr !I the supervisor and appointi N. Y. "She was disappointed'I' he wears. God made one and manmade September 2d and 16th and October7th
i some one else, as he had written indecent
I. and wanted to know what cough' the other.Don't and 21 st.
:: I letters to the teacher Wliich preparation I could recommend. I ; Via

the board now has 'in its possession. I II I. said to her.that I could freely recommend j!; judge a man by his family The Iron Mountain Route. Tickets
connections. Cain belonged to a I
-- -- The treasurer's report was examined Chamberlain's Cough Remedyand : good twenty-one days. WriteI.

Iton&vwW&fto JwW I, and approved as follows: I that she could take a bottle of i i ii good family. I E. Rehlander, T. P. A., _
t II' Balance from last report. 31c.; received j Don't judge} a man by the house he
j i the remedy and after giving it a fair i! I Chattanooga, Tenri.

Nine -HE I ',, from E. P. Thagard, county !I trial if she did not find it worth the lives in. because dogs have homes ii, I

I levy of 1'JOI, $12.55; ; from same, polls money to bring back the bottle and :t palaces. LOW SETTLERS' RATES TO

Tenths i of 1901. $17; from comptroller, tax I would refund the price paid. In the I j Don't judge a man by his church I California, Washington, '

"ales, $lG9.92. Total receipts, I course of a day or two the lady came j affiliations, because Judas belonged Oregon, and the Northwest
of | Pure Juices from Natural Roots. I $J9..7S. Disbursed during Septeni- I back in company with a friend in 'j to the band of apostles. Every day in September and

I her, $199.23. Balance in treasury, 551 i i need of a cough medicine and adj,II j October, Missouri Pacific Ry. Write

all the : cents. I j I vised her to buy a bottle of Chamber- "I GOES LIKE HOT CAKES I. E. Rehlander, T. P. A.,

i ECULATES 1 the liver, Stomach and Bowes: I Treasurer's account for special disj:j j lain's Cough Remedy. I consider "The Chattanooga, Tenn.
i fastest selling article I have
I PeopleSuffer 1 Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood :> trictsas approved as follows: I that a very good recommendation for ![ in my store," writes Druggist C. T.
\ Ocala Receipts, $33.83; ; disbursed ,, the lemedy." It is for sale by Anti- I FORTY YEARS' TORTURETo
I I Ii | Smith, of Davis, Ky., "is Dr. King'sNew I
$31.25;); balance, $$-t.GO. I!!i Monopoly Drugstore. j
!| PORES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation, I' 1 I Discovery for Consumption,
Bellevlew Receipts, $46.41 ;; disbursed j j ji
1" I! I be relieved from a torturing
j Coughs and Colds, because it always
Weak Stomach and
from a Impaired Digestion. I $5.25; balance $41.16. j i WANTED II i I cures. In my _six years of sales it i disease after 40 years' torture might
j Dunnellon Receipts, $21.30; disbursed !. t ti i well
i Parties to take school children from has never failed. I have known it to cause the gratitude of anyone.
DiseasedLiven Bsille Guaranteed; to Cure Satisfaction! :j $19.59; balance, $1.41. t That Is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel
.11fiFlaGP ;
the country to board who desire to at- save sufferers from Throat and Lung
L J nO' 'TL1 SaiAXlj DOSE I j Weirsdale Receipts, $97.20; disbursed i i I
Salve did for C. .
Haney Geneva, 0
t t i tend the Ocala High School this sea- : diseases, who could get no help from
pi ice, i>O Cents. $:! .75 balance, 7045. i
; He
i j says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Those who !
I ] son. can give such accommodations i, doctors or any other remedy. Moth-
'f. Other districts the same as last Salve cured me of piles after I had
Prepared by JAMES BALLARD St Louis. Mo I I j at a reasonable rate'I ers rely on it, best physicians prescribe i

...... ).s, ...."w\a JIt.:" _' '''''tJi'.r .?<<.... J, : month. !I apply to Principal! yarn, of the Ocala it. and the Anti-Monopoly 1 I| suftered 40 years." Cures cuts,

For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstor e and ail other leading drugstores : | High School. 9 23 dCt wit j 1t Drugstore guarantees satisfaction or'' burns, wounds, skin diseases. Bo-

I I DO YOU WANT TO YAWN? i I II t refunds price. Trial bottles free. II ware of counterfeits.

fI I | SULPHUR BATHS AT HOME '. Regular sizes, 50c. and $1. -

I Feel cold shiverings; aching in the II i Hancock's Liquid Sulphur baths I I
SEABOARD.Air bones lack of headache and II I LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RY
I energy are superior to those of the most celebrated IKE TOMPKINS I

great depression? These symptoms ;; sulphur springs, having the | First Class Service and Quick Schedules -

Line Railway may be followed by violent headache. :i I additional advantage of being made ; The All Around Hustler I|
high fever, extreme nervousness, a ; i
any desired strength. Taking medi. -TO-
j t Has opened a first class fish stall, No.. .
Line with condition known as malaria. Herb-1 I
i cine into
by absorption the system
Market and he
10, In the City ;: asks
ine cures it. Take it before the dis-
:: through the skin by taking medicated: j jj EVANSVILLE, CHICAGO,
the of the in and
patronage public
ease gets a fair hold though it will .
baths is efficient method of
i out of the city. .
MlB Doili BrvjGB ,I work a cure in any stage. J. A. Hopkins obtaining a constitutional treatment.Hancock's ;; I St. LOUIS,

Il Manchester, Kan., writes: "I : fails I
Liquid Sulphur never
I |
have used your great medicine. Herb- ;j to cure: nil blood and skin troubles. i SEABOARDCAFE NORTHWEST,

To Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Richmon-l I I ine. for several years. There is ,;j; For sale by the Anti Monopoly Drug- I

.Washington, Baltimore, New York.Pulnian's I nothing better for malaria chills and I i store. I CAR MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS,
fever. headache biliousness, and for II I The Seaboard Air Line will operatea

Best Cal I a blood-purifying tonic, there is nothing !! '. Cafe Car on morning trains from AND ALL POINTS SOUTHWEST
; "Three feeds for one cent. International -
as good." 50c. at Anti-Monopoly'i Jacksonville October 3, 4, 5 and 6, on
I i Stock Food, at the AntiMonopoly : I THROUGH TICKETS VIA THE L.
Drugstore. i account of the G. A. R. excursion,
Onlv Line with Through Pullman Drugstore. i| I &N.

-- -- __ ___ =-___ I which will give passengers an opportunity -
\\'anted-1en to have excellent meals on Are Sold by All Railroad Coupon
Sleeper JfiCKSONVILLE TO NEW ORLEANSFor to learr. barber ,
Ticket In Florida
: these trains. Agents }
trade. Steady practice, qualified UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

sleeping car reservations, summer excursion rates and oth teachers, more experience in short OF MEDICINE RICHMOND Sleeping car reservations may be
write VIRGINIA.MEDICINEDENTISTRYPHARMACY.. For schedules, rates and sleeping car
er information time than years elsewhere, tools giv- made and Pullman tickets issued at I
DOZIER \VV. cox nON City Ticket Office. l reservations, apply to
JOHN en, board included, wages Saturdays
Agent, C. T. A. I established 1893. Particulars and : First-ClaS3 ( fAlThGi.6: ,_ i' This sleeping car runs through and J. M. FLEMING, Fla. Pass. Agt.,
____ IN ..
Ocala, Florida I catalogue mailed free. Moler Bar- n \IE..U'. CL.NCS! :? "," ; .: arr \Washington in the morning. 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.C. .

A. 0. iMACDONELL, A. G. P. Jacksonville, Fla. !t ber College, New Orleans, La. I :'-; r. ;-rn.wr--,- rlffJ.J"iJue- -,--r.. I ,M: :'f.c "tOCTOR.:> ': Secure your reservations now. L. STONE, G. P. A., Louisville: Kr

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