The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume 8, Number tOO OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, J902. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yeat

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Beaumont Has Another DestructiveFireExplosion
MARION Not to Break"Is of Gas the

X Beaumont, Tex., Oct. 8.-Another NEED ONE OF OUR SAFE DEPOSIT .
Wheat Elour, Justice Done to G. W. Mills-A Number
destructive fire, the second within a
-. of Road Changes Granted. a big thing to assert with any degree of month, swept over a portion of the BOXES. A MAN WHO

Ralston's Barley Food, Blue Springs Run Bridge Pronounced oil field last night, causing a property HAS ANYTHING THAT IS
safety in selling Patent Leather Shoes but
Unsafe our loss estimated at $75,000. Thomas

Rowley, a worker In the field, was WORTH HAVING. .. WANTS TO

Brick Codfish, ,. caught in the path of the flames and KEEP IT-AND KEEP IT SAFE-
TAXES OF 1902 NOW DUE sustained burns from which he will
die. Twenty pumping plants were ,JI !

Managers and Clerks of Election destroyed, also seventy derricks.
Cream of Chocolate, The fire was on the Hogg-Swayno I THE LOWEST PRICE BOXES .
Appointed-The Pooser Case Set r
tract. It was extinguished 'at day : IN OUR VAULT RENT FOR "
tied-Written Guarantee Requiredfor snappy, new line of Men's $4 Patent light. I .
Road Roller-Financial Reports $5 PER YEAR. .
Dutch Herring, Deviled Crabs, Leather Shoes are

Shrimp, Lobsters, (Official Report.)
The Hermitage 'Dairy, Geo. B. .Ty- mUtFoE\ ? o QIJJJ\B1SS\
Monday, October 6, 1902. Something New ler, Proprietor, can supply you with

A pure sweet milk or cream. Better
regular meeting of the Board of Barkers
Crab Meat Brook Trout ,
equipped than ever to supply the
County Commissioners was held
Under the Sun trade to the best advantage. We
California Evaporated Apricotsand Monday, October 6th, A. D. 1902. have the best equipped modern dairyin eaa---- Florida

Peaches. Present: H. \V. Long, chairman, Florida. We have just purchaseda

and Commissioners Jno. L. Edwards, number of fine cows and can supply

\T. A. Fort and F S. Lucius. in this respect, and we'll give you a. new the new customers as well as all FOR SALE -
of our old ones. If you deal with us A roll top and a plain top office
Minutes of last meeting were read
T-Pot Grocery and approved.The pair if they break thro' with reasonable wear. you know you are safe Our box is desk. Big bargain. Apply to W.. .J,
871, city. 10 1 tf I Chambers Shoe Co.
following resolution was offered 1-\
by Commissioner H. W. Long: ;,
"Whereas, by an erroneous statement SOLE AG6I CY. .... -'--

made one month ago, Geo. \V. EDWARDS BROTHERS"AT
Mills was indirectly censured for
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l1UYlla collecting an account due another, '
and whereas, from a careful investigation !- ThebY1J'1C.HAMBERS THE CITY MARKET.

of the matter, it appears that
Leading Wholesale
the action of said Geo. W. Mills in
the premises was regular, honorableand And Retail
right, the following resolution
was adopted, towit:

"Resolved, That Geo. W. Mills Is Choice Florida and Western Meats

hereby exonorated from all censureas

to the irregularity of an account I Celery and all other Vegetables in seasonFREE
Second door from, corner, Opera House Block, Ocala, Florida.
presented by him for cutting and removing .
trees from the Ocala and
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I hl regrets that :any ground of censure to J. B. Booths gate from irrterec'I near Dunnellon and that ho found ATTENTION !
ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE erroneously crept in."
tion of Altoona and Starke's ferry I same in an unsafe and dangerous
When in doubt send a box of our A petition was received from a road, was granted.. ; '
I condition, whereupon it was ordered
delicious candies and be sure yo-i{ number of citizens of Belleview ask- The board adjourned' until Tuesday Farlll.ers ,-.,
that said bridge be posted as being
ing that Mr. J. A. Freeman be
have one of the best gifts you ever removed morning. .
made. We promise you pleasure to as inspector of marks and unsafe for public travel and that all .- .-m.....

the one who eats them. trands of that district, which was, Tuesday, October 7, 1902. persons are hereby notified that the S-toclcll1en..f ,
8 Agent for Wiley's and Lowney'sFine on motion, laid over until next meeting county will not be responsible for
x Candies.T. and that Mr. Freeman be notified Board met pursuant to adjourn- life or damage of property in crossing
to appear before the board of county ment. All members present.C. or attempting to cross saidbridge YOU KNdW AND APPRECIATE THE NEED OF HAY. WITH A -

W. TROXLER commissioners at next meeting if he R. Hendricks: was ordered paid LITTLE ATTENTION YOU CAN EASILY SUPPLY YOUR WANTS. .
desires to do so. $25 for a deed to one acre of lava .. GET A
C. A Shaw, J. G. Baskin and J. I. ,
FERNANDINA LEADS A certificate was...given for admitting in section 33, township 15, range 2:, Leitner were appointed a committeeto Y 3

"- Gertiude Calvin to the state institute from which to obtain material for examine ahd receive the new Deering Mower

The statement that Savannah had; for the deaf and blind at St. the] Summerfield road. bridge across Blue Springs Run ,

exported during the month of September Augustine, Fla. Commissioner Long reported having when same is*completed.' y

34,000 tons of phosphate rocic' It was: ordered that Emma Bell be i] visited bridge across Blue river Petition filed at last meeting for '

and that this was the largest singleshipment ] admitted to the poor farm. straightening out and changing the .

of phosphate from one A petition from the citizens of road known as "new cut" road was I 1
port, is a mistake. The port of Fer Fairfield asking that the road run- I on motion granted; the same to become 4- J

nandina has in several months ex ning from Flemington to Ocala !rolll a chartered road and cut out iiI
ported a larger amount than this, no the bridge in section 11 to a point at and put in proper condition by thi '

tably August of 1S92. when 40,000 the intersection of the Blitchton and WE petitioners without cost to the coun-' I't 1vI'

tons was shipped. Martin road be discontinued and ty. The matter of employing a sur F l

that the old Ocala road be connected veyor on said road was left to Commissioner N0yz
HIS LIFE IN PERIL"I with the new Ocala and Reddick I Lucius. 1 J

road, commencing at the camp S. R. Pyles, M. M. Proctor and

ground road running northeasterly James Goin were appointed a committee 1 'shy r IWwi .
just seemed to have gone all tc through the northwest quarter cf Have received the. to cut out said road. I
pieces," writes Alfred Bee, of Wei
section L'4 to line dividing sections
Alfred Ayer, tax assessor, pre-
fare, Tex. "Biliousness and a lam 13 and 24, ,thence in same direction sented the tax rolls for the year 1902.
back had made life a burden. I finest line of
through the east half of southwest which were examined by the board '
couldn't eat or sleep and felt almost I quarter, section 13, to the half mile I and approved and the following warrant

too worn out to work when I beganto line of section 13, thence east to the i was drawn:
use Electric Bitters, but
they range line dividing ranges 20 and 21. I "State of Florida to E. P. Thagard.
worked wonders. Now I sleep like a thence north to southeast corner of Tax Collector of the county of Marion -
top, can eat anything, have gained i in i
section 12, township 13, range 21. Gulls'G His : You are hereby 'commanded
strength and enjoy hard work. Theygive
was leceived and on motion grantedas : to collect out of the real estate an.lI !
vigorous health and new life tweak I The Best Machine in the WorldThey
to the petition for the new road personal property and from each of
sickly run-down people. Try
and laid over as to the petition for I the persons and corporations namec: Cost but a Trifle Compared with the Money They Will Make You.
them. Only 50c. at AntiMonopolyDrugstore
discontinuance. in the annexed roll, the taxes set We are Headquarters for the DEERING MOWING MACHINE. Come.
Petition for change in the Martin down in each roll, opposite each and Examine Them and You Will Buy One.

and Standard road from a point at -And' name, corporation or parcel of land WE ALSO HAVE HAY RAKES.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES I its intersection with center of section therein described; and in case the

16, township 14, range 20, thence I taxes so imposed are not paid at the
Rulers .. .. ... ... .. ....... 5 c. north to intersection of Blitchton I time prescribed by !law: you are to I HUBBARD & MACDUFF

Letter size .. .......... .
tablets 5 C. and Martin road and that the 1\larticl j I collect the same by levy and sale or
Note size tablets .... ...-.... .
5 C. and Standard road be discontinued the goods and chattels, lands and DEALERS IN
Good ink tablets .. .. ... .... 5 from said intersection E., was read G Geilts'In Neckeai r tenements assessed of the
Colored crayons ,.. .. ...... .. 5c.k.. and laid over until next meeting. i json or corporation so taxed and all'

School crayon .,. . ... ." Petition for hard road filed at last sums collected for state taxes you --

Pencils, doz. . .. ........ .1 Oc. meeting on the Camp Izzard and
are to pay to the state treasurer at DAY 'PHONE 117 NIGHT 'PHONE 3t
Erasers . . .. ..... .. .. 5c.lOc.. Shady Grove road was on motion
i such time as may be required by
Pens, Spencerian, doz . .. .
granted with the understanding that Ocala. | law; and at the same time you are to LIDDON & COMPANY
Pens, Electric, doz. .. . .. .. 5c. when work is completed on Sharp's pay to the county treasurer all sums

Ink (the best) . .. .. ... 5c. Ferry and Anthony road, that work! collected for county taxes, district

Mucilage (the best) . . .. .. 5c would be commenced on said road.
I school taxes and other special taxes
Lunch baskets, best fancy willow.2Pencil 5c. Petition from the citizens of Lina- GENERAL LIVERYMEN .
and you are further required to make
boxes, complete, 5 and. ...,]Oc dale for a road from Ocala and Orlando -i J I: all collections on or before the first

Legal cap paper. i road to the Altoona anStarke's d Cr i and L Loot K I i! Monday in April and on or before

Foolscap paper.Note Ferry road, beginning on j the first Monday in July you will Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps, Drummer' \'
size paper. Ocala and Orlando road about 200 i' make a final report to and settlement .
Letter size paper. yards west of the corner of south with the comptroller and coup Carryalls, etc.
Shorthand note books. line of northwest of south I
quarter ty commissioners.
; Fine Vehicles Fast Horses
Pen staffs, 1 to 5c. east quarter, section 31, township The j Given under my hand and seal thisI .

Typewriter Colored inks.paper. 17, range 26, and running northeast I I; the 5th day of October in the yea r Horses and Mules for Sale. .

A. D. 1902. Alfred Ayer (L S.),

Library Ink eraser.paste. GOOD CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN. 0 S TONI I j I Assessor of Marion county Horses boarded by the month\: at special rate ,
| The board selected the following
Indelible ink. WE MAKE GOOD CLOTHES.
i persons for managers at the coming
Marking ink. I STRAUSS BROS. election: LIDDON & CO. '
And ask for other things at the!
Ocala News Co.'s store. Be Measured Store
by the Racket Co.
(Concluded on Fourth Page.). Ocala Florida.

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OUR COUNTY SOLONS to the county treasurer of Marion Colored Folks' ColumnRev.
EUGENEFIELD'S county, for the use and benefit of I Tynef'sDyspepsia DR. FENNKB'S Rheumy:

(Continued from First Page.) I said county the sum of twenty-fix j KIDNEY' Drops _
J. E. A. Keeler Editor Graft
hundred dollars, in full satisfaction RemedyCures
Managers of Election of their several liabilities on said J

bonds, so far as the said county of without fail indigestion, dyspepsia People who have items for this All Bladder and
Ocala, No. 1-E. W. Davis J. T. i Urinary Diseases.AntiMonopoly CURE
Marion is concerned receipt ofj i flatulence, loss of appetite, I column should not take them to the B DMl-JQ8tll
Views Ambition and Lancaster T. J. Owens; J. D. Williams
on which sum is hereby acknowledged."Now sick headache, nervousness, vertigo, j I, Star office, but give them to the edi
clerk. I .
Dyspepsia. I therefore this resolution wit- biliousness, dimness of vision and all j tor. Drugstore, Ocala Fla.
Reddick, No. 2-1... S. Light, II. G.
nesseth: the evils resulting from a weak and I The Home Mission;: and Protective
HuH R. M. Fife S. 1... Fridy, clerk.
"Dyspepsia," wrote Eugene Field, 'Tn consideration of said payment disordered stomach. It builds up ) Association had a fine meeting at St.Peter's .
"often incapacitates a man for endeavor Flemmgton, No. 3-J. K. Mixson, from the first dose and insures 'j LALEXANDERPractical
a? aforesaid, that the said suretieson good, I i church, and raised for the society -
and sometimes it extinguishes the J. M. Mathews, F. E. Smoak; John i
Field the official bond of said FrancisD. vigorous health and a long, happy $23. Everything passed off
fire of ambition. was a dyspeptic -
himself. Though a great man McEwen, clerk. I Pooser as tax collector aforesaid, life. ;pleasantly. James Adams is president ,

despite this handicap he felt the Cotton Plant, No. 4-Chas. B. Miler dated the 20th day of November A. What a Prominent Citizen Says and F. J. Jefferson is district CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful

blighting effects of the disease all his I I J. L. B. Hudgens, D. N. Barco; D. 1896. are hereby released and dis- deputy.

life. Thousands suffer similarly.A D. M. Barto, clerk. Mr. Geo. W. Benson, of Richmond, estimates made on all con
weak tired or diseased stomachean't charged from any and all further lia- Ike E.
Tompkins has rented. the
Romeo, No. 5-W. J. Folks, J. D.IcGehee. Va., says: "Accept my heartfelt tract work. Gives more and better
perform the process of digestion.It bilities to said county of Marion on
needs rest. If forced to work it Wesley Nobles; J. J. Tur account of said bond, and the county thanks for the great amount of good I D. W. Hall stand, where he will have work for the money than any other

will grow constantly weaker. If It ner, clerk. an'I your Dyspepsia Remedy has done for Cedar Key and Homosassa oyster'sfresh man in town.
solicitor is authorized
gets rest it will soon growstrongagaln. Camp Izard, No. 6-W. L. Jordan, hereby me. It is a wonderful discovery." every day. Call and see him.
Such a preparation as Kodol Dyspep- directed to dismiss the said bond I
will it such L. L. Akins, Jno. T. Ross; H. A. Price 50 cents large bottle. We are pleased to note the tru t-
lia Cure give just a rest. suits against said sureties. per j J. A. COLYER & BROTHER
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does the stom- Ross, clerk. The board thereupon adjourneduntil For sale by druggists. Six bot- |:I worthiness of the colored help at the I

I ach's work. It digests what you eat.Don'tdiet. Shady Grove, No. 7-John Goin, Wednesday morning. ties for $2.50 or sent by express on !i ice factory. The factory is left un- .
Dieting is neither more
S. L. Redding, H. W. Douglass; T. J. receipt of price by Tyner's Dyspepsia der their exclusive management at SUITS FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP
nor less than partial starvation. Star- ,
vation never benefltttd anyone. If Barnes, clerk.Summerfield. Remedy Co., 107 1-2 S. night. Mr. Jake Thomas is foreman.

you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure you No. 8J.V.. Nix, C. Wednesday, Oct. 8, 1002. I, Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga. May God bless and make them ever Material Unequaled for the Price .

need suffer the pangs neither of Indi- E. Lucius J. D. Proctor S. N. Dil- faithful in the discharge of their du
; Board met. All members present. Send 5c. to pay postage for a !1
gestion nor of starvation. Equally ties. .
good for children."I lard clerk. Application of A. Myers, Agent, sample bottle. I CLEANING, DYEING AND REPAIRING

consider Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the superior Lake Weir, No. 9-R. J. Marshall.R. and John T. Grigs for permits to *Furnished rooms by the day or NEATLY DONE.

cure of any of dyspepsia preparation," writes for the Mrs.preventionand Geo. E. L. Martin, W. McGahagin; E. jell wines, liquors and beer in Elec- months? Please name the differencein II week. Apply to Mrs. Mariah Anderson. -

three ears Ante ago Brunswick I suffered spells Co., Va.of the"About most L. Carney, clerk. tion District No. 24 presented at last price of each.. 7 29 Fall Samples In Great Variety for

excrntlatlng misery. I tried many remediesbut Moss Bluff, No. 10-A. W. Fort, meeting, having been duly advertised Mrs. Polly Middleton wishes to inform Inspection
gained only temporary relief until I used Petition for change in the Waca-
Kodol Dyspepsia Care. I have not had an attack W. E. Martin, J. M. Mock; W. W. and no protest or objection I. I the public that she has opened

a spell since, a and bottle whenever of Kodol I feel Dyspepsia symptoms Cure of Jackson, clerk.Grahamville having been made or filed thereto. hoota and Micanopy road was granted i I apartments at the St. John's House BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEYIN

sets me right." No. 11-E. W. Me- the same was on motion granted. as follows: Commencing at a I for lodgers at reasonable rates. TOWN

Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I Donald, L. M. Graham, J. B. Griggs; 1 1I The following notary public bonds point between the homes of B. J. Mrs. Joe Murphy is quite sick. --

Cures all Stomach Troubles. I P L. Durisoe, clerk. I were approved: G. W. Martin, withE. Simmons and C. R. Curry and running I I i *For good board and comfortable Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike

Prepared only by E.0.DeWirr Co.Chlctuo. Salt Springs, No. 12-W. P. Wil T. Helvcnston and G. S. Scott. in a northeasterly direction toI
The f 1 bottle contains 2H times the 50c.sae.DeWIII's I I lodging at reasonable rates, go to the /
liamson John McRae, Calvin Long; sureties; A. E. Gerig, with Z. C. intersection with road opened by C. I Mack House on Exposition street, NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET'Next

ww Hazel B. L. Hickman, clerk. Chambliss and T. T. Munroe, sure- R. Curry on north side of his field I
SALVEA Mrs. Malissa Mack Proprietress. 3 12 Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the
Fort McCoy, No. 13-Jno. W. Stevens ties. intersect with said road at northwest .

certain Cure for piles and skin diseases. J. W. Williams, I.V.. Boring; Application for pension from the corner of C. R. Curry's field, thence I Miss Matilda Quarterman, of the Cotton Buyer
j Rough Riders Club, netted neat lit-
James E. Thomas, clerk. state of Florida were approved as east to northwest corner of Hogan a P. 0. BOX 134
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. sum at the entertainment las
Orange Springs, No. 14-L. 1... follows: N. A. McDavid, James M. brothers' field, connect with present I jtle

Meggs, L. D. Farmer, J. :M. Sims; T. Price and Christopher C. Stevens. road at said coiner.A j evening.
J, Fink, clerk.Linadale Petition 'presented at last meeting communication was received j Mr. Sol Aitch is back in the market .

Ftp TailoringBy No. 15-C. A. McCrancy. to change Horn's bridge road from a from Messrs. Cubberly & Willis, of j j with his oyster business. Been Building- .. ..

J. B. Booth, John Robinson; R. B. point near the residence of D. C. I Bronson. with reference to leasing *If you want your dresses made in SIDEWALKS IN OCALA

Erwin, clerk. Gunnells to near the residence of A. the convicts, which was refused. the latest style and according to the FOR TWELVE YEARS

Citra, No. 16-W. J. Crosby, J. J B. P. Mattair, a distance of 1% miles, I Certificates of nomination for candidates I most up to date fashions, carry your LIME, BRICK, CEMENT

Borland, Geo. W. Ellis; R, K. Wait- was on motion granted. I for state offices were received i sewing to Mrs. Francis Thomas, at PRICES REASONABLE ,

mann, clerk.Anthony Applications to carry fire arms I from the secretary of state. her house near the county jail.
W Address Free Delivery :i iI !
SKilled oren No. 17-W. T. Forbes, A. were approved as follows: JamesE. Certificates of nomination for county I I Mr. Robert Wilson, our tonsorial I.
R. Griffin, B. H. Leitner; J. W. Biah- i Thomas, Hugh Stanaland, Alfred officers were presented by the chair- 1 artist, near the S. A. L. depot, wants I OCALA, FLA.SEABOARD.

op, clerk. I Fort, L. J. Hall, L. C. Bell, R. L. Mc- man and secretary of the Democratic to see his old friends.
On !
Martin, No. 18-F. M. Townsend, j Necse, W. E. Veal, J. F. Havnage andJ. Executive Committee of :Marion j Rev. W. O. Bartley and his mother-

J. H. Knoblock, Wm. Knoblock; N A. Hadsock. county as required by law. The ,; in-law, Mrs. Parnell, leave the city I

Choicest Muteriuls J. Townsend, clerk. Applications to carry fire arms clerk was authorized to prepare and | today on the A. C. L. for Gainesville AIR LINE RAILWAYSpecial '

Stanton, No. 19-Alex. Wynne. presented by Alexander Morgan: Jeff have printed the necessary ticketsfor and Huntsville* respectively ",
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Wm. Allsopp, W. L. Smith; C. P..1 Blackman and Samuel Richardsonwere the general election.It 1 I Rates v < -
For clean beds and a first class taMe -
Waterman, clerk. was ordered that the money received I r
I have a very complete line of Fall I disapproved. at a quiet house, go to the "Yona II I
Blitchton, No. 20- stock of Piece I Petitions to fire arms were ; "
Samples, a big I i House, next door south of the old I $39.90-OMAHA, NEB., and return,
J. H. Badger, R. W. Ferguson S. I bond be )pro rated or distributed ac- '
Goods for Suits and Trousers. Call ; presented as follows and laid over
I : Bazar, Mrs. Delia Williams, Proprie- i on account of national convention
Brooks clerk.Belleview n.,1 cording to the levy for the 1901.!
and see my samples and have your until next m'etingV.: H. Mason. year tress. tf Christian Church. Tickets will be

measure taken. Seventeen years in I Ithe I No. 21-J. L. with L. M. Graham and Robert Fort, The county treasurer submittedhis The Victoria Grand Lodge Is in a I on sale October 14, ]5 and 16, limited

business should learn your needs..I rant, Joseph Lucius D. E. Stroble; i] sureties; J. W. Crosby, with M. report showing: disbursements, |I| prosperous condition, as reported by I to October 28. Extension to

R. C. Ridge, clerk. }I Strauss and R. S. Hall, sureties; P. collections and balance as follows: November 30 may be obtained by
t: S. C. Wright, grand master, who has
Respectfully, McIntosh, No. 22-L. T. Hicksoll, R. Lester, with C. T. Dye and H. B. I County Proper: Balance last re- I depositing tickets with joint agent
: bent every effort to make it a complete -
> J. M. Waits, J. H. Reed; W. E. Allen, I| Clarkson, sureties; L. O. Mathews port, 1 cent; receipts, $73.39. Disbursed i at Omaha: and upon payment of tee
I success.
Jerry Burnett, clerk. I with H. Rainer and R. L. Parramore $73.18. Balance, 22 cents. i 1 I of 50 cents. .

I Pedro, No. 23-G. J. Proctor, R. J. sureties. Road Fund: Balance last report, 1 It was our privilege to call at the
Merchant Tailor. R. L. Lewis I $1.11)) receipts, $14G. Disbursed Giles & Co., establishment this morn-
Perry ; R. L. Clyburn, Tax collector reported collectionof ; i For sleeping car reservations and
I' i ing. and we find it to be one of the
clerk. $14 .9S. Balance, 21 cents.F. .
$17 on account of poll taxes and information, write
One Door North of !| best of its kind in Middle Florida
Dunnellon. No. 24-J. G. Baskin, and F. Fund: Balance last report
Masters'i 39! cents on account of licenses. I John Dozier, W. W. Condon,
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i J. L. Leitner, E. M. Turner; Henry The board thereupon mailed the 7 cents; receipts, $293.51. Disbursed "I every person at his place under the Agent. C. T. A.

Gordon, clerk. following letter to C.1.: Scott, at $293.25. Balance; 33 cents. care of managers for each floor, and A. O. MacDonell, A. G. P. A.

Candler. No. 25-J. N. Marshall, J. Charlotte, N. C.: Outstanding Warrants i| under the general management of i

{ jI'X61.. | N. DeLong. W. F. Wallace; James |I I i Mr. Giles. Highest market price

t Marshall, clerk. i I II That.Roller Must Be Able to Pound County Proper: Aug. 4, outstanding I j I paid for the fleecy staple. CHEAP TO TEXAS

Sparr, No. 26-Walter Luffman, W. ,I i Sand : $7112.22; Sept. 1, warrants is- I j I Go to Rev. S. S. Bellamy, the jew- I I Oklahoma and Indian Territory, ,

i D. Eminisor, S. D. Souter; W. J. Lfe- Ocala, Fla., Oct. 8, 1902. sued, $512.70-$7024.92. Sept. 1, warrants j cry, notions, etc. Watch and clock ., And return August 5th and 19th.
t ,;, Is not cold food but I canceled $114.31. Balance out- 1 repairing a specialty. Satisfaction September 2d and 16th and October7th
cL IIj ,, a gaIly, clerk. "Mr. C. M. Scott Charlotte, N. C.-.1 '
-1 fi ot Eureka, No. 27-R. W. Hoihuay, P'i standing, $7510.61. guaranteed. tf 8 22 I and 21st.
t Dear Sir: Your letter addressed tr'I
L Uncontamlnatedfood U. G. B. Parramore W. County Road: Aug. 4, outstanding The at Wildwood Via
I Milligan, ; n.1 i John L. Edwards and H. W. Long, j camp meeting
'I $l,93.48; Sept. 1, warrants issued The Iron Mountain Route. Tickets
free from bad I Harrison, clerk.Kendrick Ocala, Fla., under date of Septembei4th : starts today. Do you expect to at-

'r- taste and smell. I I No. 29-W. E. Nix, L. D. has been duly presented to the $1057.89; -$3251.37. Sept. 1, ;,f tend? good twenty-one days. Write
warrants cancelled, $530.60. Balance I. E. Rehlander, T. P. A.,
: Stafford, B. I. Freyermuth; W. V. Board of County Commissioners i I Mr. Milton McCants has received
j: outstanding, $2720.73. Chattanooga, Tenn.
The "Odorless"Refrigerator 1 Chappeil, clerk. I while in session. They ('oncludlltrat 1! i notice of the shipment of five bIrd- I
I Fine and Forfeiture: Aug. 4, outstanding -
I Mattel, No. 30-J. J. Till Is, H. L. j i
if the 15;:; horse power compounJ. :; dogs (guaranteed) from Rhode Is-
$1068.50; Sept. 1, warrants i I LOW SETTLERS' RATES TO
j Seckinger, J. M. T. Carter M. S. Mo'
; traction roller and hauler is as you i I i land, and can furnish you all the information -
i issued, $393.95-$1462.5. Sept. 1, California, Washington,
ser, clerk. ,.
say, will pay the sum of $150 additional :l necessary regarding their .
Fairfield, No. :n-M. L. Payne, E. warrants cancelled, $80.81. Balance Oregon, and the Northwest .
pro rating the amount in the hunting qualities. See him.A .
la a Scientific Preserver of Food. The circulation ot 'I I in and
I IT. j outstanding! $1381.64. Every day September
air is so pwfecti arranged that odors from fruits, Gartiell, John Smoak; J. B. Flojc. several amounts agreed upon with t I' I dollar is the poor man's friend.
fish,etc.,are carried oil and out and do not come !: clerk. j!I Grand total, $11,612.98. October, Missouri Pacific Ry. WriteI.
in contact: with the ce as in all other refrigerators. i your agent. As to the paying: of the i Have you got a friend?
I j Fines imposed by justices of the E. Rehlander, T. P. A.,
The of farm ,
superintendent poor freight charges, the board i is I
willing Howard Academy will open Monday .
I i follows D. Chattanooga, Tenn.
peace; were reported as :
The TOdAoOrEIMeASllsK was: authorized to rent a cane mill i ii I to pay the amount, to be Jertucted 1: morning at 9 o'clock. A full attendance -
I L. Grantham, $100; M. H. Rou, $2;
on best terms he can make. ,
j from the first note,
upon is earnestly asked and all
Is. built of Solid wax: polden oak finish and is lined j Mr. C. J. McCraney was appointed I ', :, W. J. Dodson, $5; H. W. Douglas, I I I FORTY YEARS' TORTURE
the machine
receiving tht
'with Zinc Enamel and Nickrloiil.-Far Superiorto upon patrons are requested to subscribe to
$2.50; E. S. Smith, $5 T. D. Craw- .
tile-limnjr U-cauie there all No Joints and Norblis i", Iector of marks and brawl for terms and conditions stated by : : ; ,
youiagent. the fund increase school
to term.
.-fit cracks tocUig: with disea w-tfesms and 'filth.Th I I fl!>trict No. 15. !. I! ford, $230; J. W. Lyles, $100; Robert I To be relieved from a torturing
Full of teachers will be
NE ISER MFG.CO. CHATTANOOGA,TENN., LMSECUClUSIVUi i I i Bullock, $106,; J. O. Turnipseed, I corps an- disease after 40 years' torture might

i)S-ijARp6iR'7IVITCR.INTHEWORLD. !' I Compromise with Pooser's Bondsmen I! "As to the latter clause of the order .' : $504;-J. W. Coulter, $26_ ; L. D. Farmer ,,i nounced Saturday. i well cause the gratitude of anyone.
For Sale By I I I
I| The following resolution was we do not mean to reject the, I $25; C. I. Grace, $5. I I That is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel
j passed I machinery simply because we do no!t: The following justices reported no j GOES LIKE HOT CAKES Salve did for C. Haney, Geneva, O.I .

i I "Whereas, certain suits were insti i, I want it, but if it does) the work satitactorily .-. !, fines imposed in their courts: Alexander j I "The fastest selling article I have I He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel

Fresh Fish Ii i j I tuicd by the direction of the Board I as guaranteed to us verbally t, Wynne M. M. Proctor, J. N. !j I in my store," writes Druggist C. T. i Salve cured me of piles after I had

i i of County Commissioners of Marion by your agent that it wit! haul 2 0 I :i I Shedd H. T. Wartmann, W. W. Jackson II i Smith, of Davis, Ky., "is Dr. King's I suffered 40 years." Cures cuts,

Lake Weir ]Bream and I county, in the name of W. U. Rloxi tons on cars or wagons in the kind I:I :I B. I. Freyermuth and John M. j i New Discovery for Consumption, ;i burns, wounds, skin diseases. Beware

Trout, also all kinds of i I bam as governor, for the use and ;I of soil we have in this state. sandy. I Barksdale. I! Coughs and Colds, because it always I of counterfeits. -

i benefit of :Marion county, against the soil, and the machine is as claimed I !t Board thereupon adjourned until I cures. In my six years of sales it -
Salt and Fresh Water *
j sureties on the official bond of former in everyrespect and does the worl;;; i next meeting. S. T. Sistrunk, : has never failed. I have known it toi i

Fish received every day. Tax Collector Francis D. Pooser, as your agent stated it would, vf' II I Clerk. I i i save sufferers from Throat and LungI i LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RY

Free delivery to any part the said bond bearing date of 24th are ready to comply with the con.j I diseases, who could get no help from I!| First Class Service and Quick Sched

of the city. day of November, A. D. 1896, to enforce tract made with him. The greatesl"It HIT GOES RIGHT TO THE SPOT" :, doctors or any other remedy." Moth- j! ules

ICE IN ANY QUANTITY I the collection of a certain sum question that this board has thus fa r !J I ers rely on it, best physicians pre- i -TO-

"j of money, alleged to be due the is, that they are not satisfied thai t t When pain or irritation exists on I scribe it. and the Anti-Monopoly I BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE,

Wm. Tucker J! county of Marion by reason of the this traction roller will pull a load I I 1 any part of the body, tire application Drugstore guarantees satisfaction or EVANSVILLE, CHICAGO,

I failure of the said Francis D. Pooser in our sandy soil. This was guaran. i| of Ballard's Snow Liniment will give refunds price. Trial bottles free. LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI
Stalls 5 and 7, City Market I ,
i to fully account for and turn over to teed verbally by your agent and n t: i j prompt relief. "It goes right to the I Regular; sizes, 50c. and $1. ST. LOUIS,

I the treasurer of said county certain I was upon those terms and conditions; !| spot," said an old man who was! rubBing I
,I county taxes collected while in the I that the board entered into an agreement .. : it in, to cure his rheumatism. i IKE TOMPKINS

HermitageDairy I II discharge of duties of said office un- I to purchase the machine. Ii I ,;; C. R. Smith, Propr. Smith House, NORTHWEST,

der said bond; and this machine, proves satisfactory'jTenaha i Texas, writes: "I have used? I The All Around Hustler
I I I "Whereas, the said Board of County there is no doubt but what you wit I I I Ballard's Snow Liniment in my fart 1 Has opened a first class fish stall, No.
i Commissioners and the said suretieson make: a number of sales throughoul t; liy for several years, and have found !! 10, in the City Market, and he asks

II the official bond of the said Fran- j the state, as many counties are interested I it to be a fine remedy, for all aches i the patronage of the public in and
much that mak. ; and pains, and I recommend it for -
cis D. Pooser as aforesaid, have com- so they are j out of the city.UNIVERSITY a
I i
ry is a guarantee of plomised the said bond suits againstthe ir S inquiries of us weekly. I I pains in the throat and chest." 25c., ; &N.

absolute said sureties, by the terms of Yours very truly, H. W. Long. i .0c. and $1 at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I I Are Sold by All Railroad Coupon
purity and I I Ticket In Florida
Chairman Board of I COLLEGE Agents
which certain sureties, to-wit, W. S. County Commissioners f

fine flavor of its i Bullock D. E. Mclver, J. S. Weathers Marion county, Florida."P. I 1 OF MEDICINE RICHMOND'
VIRGINIA. For schedules, rates and sleeping car
milk and cream James Hobkirk, Charles Gibson. S.-Would you be willing to ex.1 CREPE PAPER 1 KEDICIKE-DEHTISTRY-PHARMACY. I

E. M. Henderson H. L. Anderson, change machine named in our ordei.1 i j We have an exceptionally fine as ( STANDARD, reservations, apply to

Geo. B. Tyler i Liddon Bro.s.. Dr. S. H. Butch S. R. j in case it is too small for a large. j I' feortment of cclored crepe paper in I First- Class IN .METHODS, J. M. FLEMING, Fla. Pass. Agt.,
I raujpMENT
'I Pyles, J. W. Pearson and H.V.. I I j I'one board agreeing to 1 j.ay difference i! roils l; new and pretty. I' : --- (( CLlrIICS.I 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

Eox S2J, Ocala. Long have paid' or caused to be paid ;I in the price: at any time within slj; I Ocala News Co. I ',--F'1'O.pageCafalogae- r.r'.. .' Jff PROCTOR. C. L. STONE, G P. A., Louisville, Ky

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EVENING STA: f' DIED,-THIS-'MORNING{ '-. IJ WomanWill I I HOWARD ACADEMYThe :1 .=9! .. r .. ,",,, ;,,,__ .<: __ ._::.,:___ __ -: ,-__ __ _

Mrs. Horace P. Eagleton died at 9 often feel compelled to stop the j Fall Term Will Begin Monday, rS ,

BITTINGER and COMPANY o'clock this mornhjg at the residence i Clockvhoio ticking i seems unbearable to '
; her. In such a nervous condition the j October 13. at 9 A. M.
Proprietors and Publishers. { of her father. Cotf Parr, .ofeonsump' ; woman needs a building up of the entire

I tion, which mahfty! she has suffered system. It is useless to attempt the cure j j I The usual program of music, ad-

I i of the dresses, essays and readings will be
C. L. BITTINGER, fronr'for-m2rv/ years. Mrs. ., nerves ;

Editor and Business Manager. \I ton was a m -mtieT*jf the Eagle'l 'r,:= l while the cause i; presented by the school officers
., p ''of the nervoust:
church a model Christian and 11, and patrons. a
c; .,:.: I ness remains un- j
R. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. ing and devote< /wife and mothei ; I cured. A very j The patrons are requested to enter -

.She leaves a heartbroken husband., I common cause ; their children at the beginning of. for infants and Children.
two little children and several sis 1 -V I of ne\'Ous.neS3' the term, and to }be. present at the'
i in women is a I j Castcria is a harmless substitute for' Castor Oil, Pare
Strike Leader Mitchell has gone tern and<< one brother\to mourn tier diseased condition : opening exercises Monday morning.
__ !: -: | gone, Drops Soothing Syrups. It is Plonsant.) It
on a mysterious mission to New I loss. The funeral will take place at of the delicate ,' Strenuous efforts are being made to contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic t'

York some say to confer with Mag1 0 o'clock tomorrow morning from womanly organism.I j I have the school term extended one. substance. It cl'stI.o'SVorms and allays Feverislmcss.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite j It cures Diarrhea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth r
month and all patrons and friends of.
nate Morgan.
Col. Parr's residence. Rev. R. H
Preservation cures Troubles and
iny cures Constipation. It regulates the
Morris will conduct the funeral, as ;; lit womanly diseases and : the school will have opportunity to i Stomach ami Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.

For hog or chicken cholera, use In Mr. Eagleton !is a member of his II I I the nervousness which II, pay their first cash subscriptions for The Ch dl'eil'S Panacea-The HotherV Frieml. .:

ternational Stock Food. Sold at the church. D. E. McIver has charge of I I they cause. It changes that purpose next Monday morningat The
irregularity to regular- j You Have
Always Bought
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.In the funeral arrangements. The body ity, dries the drains I the school building. By paying :

will be laid to rest in the old cemetery which weaken women, I i 1 into the school treasury a proportionate Bears the Signature oft
heals inflammation and ulceration and Ii
Birmingham, Ala., yesterday, in the family lot. Friends of I part each month, the fund to extend -
female weakness. It is
cures a perfect j
the the invited to the funeral the term can be raised quite I
I the Moore-Hendley Company, family are tonic and nervine, tranquilizing the i I
largest hardware firm In the South, services. nerves, promoting the appetite and in-I casH)". It is sincerely hoped that all.

was burned out. Loss, $500,000. Mrs. Eagleton was greatly loved ducing refreshing sleep. will subscribe freely to this object.
"When I first wrote you I had been to three The entire force will beI I
and respected and will be sadly different doctors and two cf them said I would I teaching I

Oysters served In all styles and at missed. The husband has the heart- never get better without n-Ang. to the hospital I announced later.Following .
for ,"
an operation writes Mrs. Selma Erichson, i I In Use For Over 30 Years.G.
all hours at the Montezuma Restau- felt sympathy of the people of Ocala of 476 Rice Strc'!t, St. Paul, Minn. "Was notable |I the program of opening .
I to do anything. If I would pet up and walk : TMrENT&eACOMP.NVT1MUNII' 8TIIII,:'", NrIW__ YOJt'CITY". _
and exercises: I'P '-- __......_.. __ __ '
raut. to the kitchen back I would have to lie in I g 71 : :: '_ : '_ .
bed for a day or sometimes two days. Now I 1. Music. Reading, Holy Bible.
CONFEDERATE VETERANSThe have used six bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- I -
scription and nix of the'Golden Medical Disco: Prayer.
Florida and South Georgia will ery. and the recall is just wonderful. I was so
nervous I had to have some one by .id;all 2. lusI lc. Address, "Education
never really know how to sympa twelfth annual encampment of my A.
the time even in day time and I could hardlyeat and Citizenship of Our Brother in HUNTER.--
thize with the sufferers from the coal the Florida division o[ the United anything. I took treatment from a doctor .
twice a week, and eventine I would go there I Black1 -Prof. B. F_ Hartwell. .
strike until a pine knot trust 13 Confederate Veterans will be held in felt so sick but since i quit all the doctors and I' \
3. Address, "The Public School I PRACTICAL and MECHANICAL
began taking your medicines I gained right
formed. Tampa on November 19 and 20. The .
talon I weighed 125 pounds, when I began Teacher, Her Rights and Duties"-
I railroads will give reduced rates to medicines (in August) and now
I I am up pyour usual weight 165I am as well Miss C. A. Adams. GUN AND LOCKSMITH
Violet Scented Talcum Powder, to : Tampa on this occasion. Miss Janie and feel as good as ever."
I.i :1 u3ic.
reliev chafing, prickly heat. etc., lOc., i Givens, of Tampa, is announced as FREE. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense '
5. Essay, "Come Let Us Live REPAIRING A SPECIALTYBox
Medical Adviser is
,fo.r 25c. Tydings & Co. : sponsor and Miss Mjra Houker, of sent free on receipt
of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. With Our Children"-Mrs. A. A.
Bartow, as chief maid of honor. In Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book inpaper I Jones. 374, Opposite City Market. OCALA, FLORIDA.

If every ti low/ was as lucky as the call for the encampment from covers, or 31 stamps for cloth- t
Ocala-had / and bound volume. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce G. Humorous reading Miss Ani-!
a s qke rim factory i headquarters at Tallahassee special l I .
Buffalo N..Y. ca E. Murray. &t v *wX>*>*XI > J<
I deliver a big, fat-load of hard and most flattering mention is. made ; I g ; :
I' 7. Music.
lo; for a dtflar-the opal strike of Marion County Camp No. 56, its 1 HF DB"NE
SCHOOL CRAYON I 8. Reading, "Rules and Regula- Nine1
auld cut very little ice. : splendid work and its devoted and = !
tions. -Mrs. I. J. Richardson. Music !
untiring commander, Major Geo. M. Strictly high grade school crayon, .
lOc. per box. Ocala} News Co. vocal duet-Mrs. H. W. Chandler 1 Tenths
lettuce mustard radish
Cabbage, Hubbard, Miss i 'v.'FD"_ _
and all other fall garden seeds at Ty hurray

dings & Co.'s. U. D. C. MEETfNG STOVE WOOD! STOVE WOOD! A.9.Burford.Address. for Trustees-Hon. R. i O! I Pure; Juices from Natural Roots. .

For Stove Wood, phone or drop a

Mark Hanna will meet Tom Johnson The regular meeting, day of the card to the OCALA SPOKE AND Address W. for Board of Education- I all the. {! OEGisli'JEStheu iver sioniachandBowels ( >
Supt. D. Carr
on the stump in Ohio. As neither ,
Daughters of the Confederacy has RIM FACTORY. State length of < )
is likely to be very scrupulous been changed from the first to the wood desired. Addresses for patrons-Dr. R. A.M. People .. Cleanses( the t System, Purifies t the Blood.i << I

about manufacturing facts to support second Friday in each month, so as Benton, Revs. R. S. Quarterman. < >

his arguments, the debates will probably W. O. Bartley and J. E. A. Keeler. I. Suffer l AQRES Malaria Biliousness

not to conflict with some of the! LOOK OUT FOR FEVER Constipation! ,

be lurid.Chickens church. societies that meet on :he Biliousness: and liver disorders at 3 Friday o'clock, afternoon a meeting, October of the teachers 10, at I i from a U t WeaK GIiaG'] '] and[ Impaired Digestion.

first Friday. Mrs. C. A.
Liddon in- this be
season: may prevented by I
will be held in Howard
do well when fed International vites the Chapter to meet with ner cleansing the system with DeWitt's I Academy Diseased L.J EolU: Carted 10 Cite Satisfaction
I building, when grades, recitation 5
Poultry Food. Sold at the
on Friday, the 10th, at 3:30: o'clock.President. Little Early Risers. These famous rooms and positions i: :lUAi.c -i' COTTX..1. BHALXI:DOSE.I .
Anti Monopoly Drugstore. upon
little pills} do not gripe. They move grounds will be assigned.B. I Liven Price, CO Centh.t .

the bowels gently, but copiously, and .
s The report of the opening of Stetson NAVAL STORES MEN MEET by reason of the tonic properties, F. Hartwell, Principal.W. Prepared by JAMES f. BALLARD, St louIs! Mo, I

University in yesterday's paper give tone and strength to the glands.At D. Cam, County Superintendentof wCgr4{+4fsy4f1i'41rr''Pf.fw), 'rF''"tK Nf Y4'xc+*Oy f f 4V':* 30*>< '
>should} have been credited to the De Public Instruction.
The Ocala
Sub-Association of Naval -
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstor and all other leading drugstores.
Land .News, which is one of the t Stores Operators met today in
Taylor's the best
can get
you -- -- ---
brightest, multumest in parvoest pa regular monthly session, President Lollypop, Grape Phosphate Soda and Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh

pcrs in the state. }<'. Lang in the chair. J. W. Crosbywas twenty other thinks as good as can
Meat and Game
elected temporary secretary, be served from any fountain.
/ Send no write and
Our Celery Phosphate is invigorating vice G. A. Petteway, resigned. .

and has not the bad effects of A called meeting will be held the l.- i .-TLr.-. .;..:,.,1 .l-'I-,- uo.- .".,a. .: '. try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex We keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and
., .I: : i I'J": r.'h; .. /
-ara f /J .I"i. pense. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B.B. .
some other soda fountain drinks. first Thursday in November to elect / ,p---- Sausage; to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
The Post Office Drug Store. officers for the ensuing year. Abouta ':;1.1I.: I/': .; // f I / -fi- .) kills. or destroys the poison in the I Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made. '

blood which causes the awful aches
dozen of the leading operators : : : 111.1 II
I E. A. Nelson, a South Carolina were present. Hancock's Liquid IJhllS in back and shoulder blades; shifting tj v. L. JONES, LONZO WALKER,

printer, was C?$ke to death on beefsteak I dorsed and prescribed by many latl-I pains, difficulty in moving fingers, Proprietor. Butcher
toes or legs, bone pains, swollen mus
I the otheA y. Must be good THE FIRE I ing physicians throughout the
times in South arolina. None oI' cles and joints of rheumatism, or the ITY: fVlA! I<.C-.
The fire last night was !in a negrocottage try for all blood and skin tr(\uiles.

the Star printe j n get enough on North Third street. No Hundreds of cases of eczema and oth- foul breath, hawking, spitting, droppings __ ____ __ m__
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steak at one time to choke on. great damage done. er skin diseases have been perma- in throat, bad hearing, specks
was flying before the all played out
cured the of Hancock'sLiquid
I nently by use :
feeling of catarrh. Botanic Blood Cotton BuyerGeo.
We fill prescriptions and
carefully, Sulphur, after all other rem3- We have now in stock over fifty
THE WORST FORM Balm has cured hundreds of of
deliver promptly, using the bestdrugs cases
dies failed. For sale by AntiMonopoly different books of the newest and
that money can buy. Ask your Multitudes are singing the praise:: Drug Co. I 30 or 40 years' standing after doctors -I K. Robinson, of Ocala, Is In
most novels of theda '.
physician to leave your prescriptionswith of Kodol, the new discovery which f is I I hot springs and patent medicines i popular ) the market and will pay highest cash

us. The Post Office Drug Store. making so many sick people well and THOMAS' INK : had all failed. Most of these I Many of them have never been' of- price for cotton. Also cotton bag-

weak people strong by digestingwhat cured patients had taken Blood Balm fered for sale in Ocala before. Seethe ging for sale. Doa't forget the place,
We have just received a small ship- window display.
In the street car riots in New Or they eat, by cleansing and i as a last resort. It is especially advised North Magnolia street, just north ofrcI'er
ment of the famous Thomas Ink, in The Ocala News Co.
leans yesterday, shooting betweenthe sweetening the stomach and by I for chronic, deep-seated cases.ImiKxssi'jle & MacKay, Ocala, Fla. 2m29
quarts and pints. The best in th t
police and strikers was brisk. transforming their food into the kind for any one to suffer thee I
world for bookkeepers and
Eight men were shot and a score of pure, rich, red blood that make Ocala rec'orders.l. agonies or symptoms of rheumatism SOUND KIDNEYS PERFECT WEDGEWOOD

beaten. The strikers attacked an you feel good all over. Mrs. Cran- I or catarrh while or after taking I HEALTH

ambulance filled with wounded men, fill of Troy, I. T., writes: "For a IMPORTANT MEETING I j Blood Balm. It makes the blood pure We have just opened a small assortment

upset it and beat several of its help number of years I was troubled with and rich, thereby giving a healthy The use of Smith's Sure Kidney of wedgewood, the first of

less occupants almost to death. indigestion and dyspepsia, which I blood supply. Cures are permanent Cure will produce both. Try a bottle the real article ever carried in,Ocala.
The elders and deacons of the
and not Sold and be convinced. Your druggist! It is beautiful and tho
grew into the worst form. Finals I a patching up. at drug ; exquisitely .
church will meet i in
: |
When you wane up with a bad was induced to use Kodol and after stores, $1 per large bottle. Sample sells it fof COc. At Anti-Monopoly prices are not unreasonable. Every
joint session Friday night to a.ran;e '
taste in your mouth, go at once to using four bottles I am entirely of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid, Drugstore. piece is stamped "Wedgewood" and
for and
reports presbytery to consider ,
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and geta cured. 1 heartily recommend Kodolto 1 also special medical advice by describing 13 fully guaranteed. Those who appreciate
resignation of Rev. R. H. Mor
free sample of Chamberlain's Stom all sufferers from indigestion a id ( your trouble and writing WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN from something exquisite shouldsee
ris. .
arh and Liver Tablets. One or two dyspepsia." Take a dose after meals. I Blood, Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. A per Marion county at once to prepare for it at once. Ocala News Co.
I I ,
doses will make you well. They: It digests what you eat. AntiMonopoly I FINE CANDY CHEAPC. sonal trial of Blood Balm is better positions in the Government Ser-

also cure biliousness, sick headacheand Drugstore. than a thousand printed testimonials, vice. Apply to Interstate Corres. Just arrived, Georgia Seed Rye, at

constipation. so write at once. Inst., Cedar Rapids, Ia. Sep. 27. the John McCarthy Store.
E. Taylor has just received several I .

Professional Cards hundred pounds of flue clioco-! -

"THE OTHER FELLOW"The '_u_ ____ ___ ______ lates and bonbons, that he can sell: I -

management of this attraction for 20 and 30 cents per pound. Don't

I that will appear at the opera I 1 R. D. FULLER, fail to see it.OPENING. I MORERADMAOKAYLeading

. house on Tuesday night, October 14.
I desires to call the attention of the OF SCHOOL

fun-loving public to the fact that the Office Over Munroe and Chambliss'Bank Miss Annie Sharpe' informs us that Furniture Dealers of Central and

plot of "The Other Fellow," presented her school will positively open in the

by Mr. Harry West, the German I
OCALA FLORIDA Wartmann house, near Col. Parr's -

dialect comedian, and his compan on Monday, October 13. I -- -Southern Fiorida.H-
of comedians and II
pretty girls, was i
sown and gathered by a man with an "For three days and nights I suffered -

impediment in his speech thereforethe DENTAL SURGEON agony untold from an attack of I We have a complete stock of everythingto

plot may be somewhat difficult to cholera morous brought on by eating I be imagined in the Furniture Line.

discover, but should any person desire I Office Upstairs Commercial Bank cucumbers," says M. E. Lowther, I

the plot or any portion thereof Building clerk of the district court, center-I Our stock is new up-to-date attractive \
he she J
or may obtain the same by: OCALA FLORIDA ville, Iowa. "I thought I

making application to the treasurerat TERMS, CASH hdie, and tried a dozen different I i I and, in quality, the Very Best. We talso
the box
office. He has the .
key.It medicines, but all to no purpose. II I
is a fair statement of the facts of sent for a bottle of Chamberlain'sColic have a large stock of Turpentine J

the case, for there is nothing involved W. H. MAREAN M. D.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Farm Car-
Wagons Wagons Buggies
in the plot, except a complication ) HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND and three doses relieved me entirely ,

of situations; and the remainder SURGEON This remedy is for sale by riages Saddles Double and Single

of the performance is taken up Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. ,

with songs, dances and high class Special attention given to the treat Harness Baby Carriages Go-Carts
specialties of various kinds, makingin ment of Chronic Diseases and Dis OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP \ / ,

all one of the most complete and eases of Women and Children. The Ocala House Barber Shop. located i %f, etc. In fact, we have almost any-

best attractions of this Ocala, Fla.
kind on the in the middle of the front of the i
road this i thing ask for. Come see us.
season. I Office over Tydings' Drugstore. Of hotel, offers the best service in its I you can

fice hours from 8 a. m. to 12 m.; line of any place in the city. Competent

Big lot new and popular copy from 2pmto5p.m. and skilled workmen and courteous -

righted novels received today. Ocala! j Residence-No. CO North Main street. I[ treatment. Geo. F. Williams. BEST QUALITY LOWEST PRICES

News Co. known as the Nash Cottage. J i Proprietor. ,


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GARDEN SEED at TYDINGS & Washington, D. C., Oct. 9.-For I There was no Daily Banner this Millinery! Announcement

CO.'S. Eastern Floridaf Fair tonight and CAUGHT THE COON morning. The pi toSS broke down.

Friday. I There will be no paper tomorrow

Cocoanuts at the Hole In the Wall.]) About three months ago a negro I I morning, either, Mr. Harris requestsus Mrs. L. T Tompkins>; Ocala's most fashionable
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED to state, as it will be impossibleto
woman( who lived close by came to repair the in time. milliner, will give to the ladies this fall and winter the
Limeade from fresh limes at Trox- by local applications as they cannot tie laundry and reported that she press finest
largest, most elegant line of
ler'a. reach the diseased portion of the ear. had lost two "coons" and had only -

There is only one way to cure deaf- succeeded in finding one of them. AN OLD RELICA

D. A. Clark of Martel was In town ness, and that is by constitutional At intervals since, the coon's bare Pattern Hats -
citizen of Ocala -
today. remedies. Deafness is caused by an tracks were seen in the soft places yesterday .

inflamed condition of the mucous lin- near the laundry with blueing on theI showed the Star man a copy of the

Fat, yellow bananas at the Hole lathe ing of the Eustachian:: Tube. When I indentions, showing that he frequented Mobile Commercial Register dated I ever shipped into the state. One hundred Paris Pattern

Wall this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling the interior of the laundry and April' 5, 1828. The paper was in a Hats to select from. There can be no copy for such art. '

sound or imperfect hearing, and had access to the starch and blueing perfect state of preservation and one ,
i I could not realize that it was 75
when it is entirely closed Deafness is
Celery Phosphate at the Postoffice
Drugstore the result, and unless the inflammation Last night Harry Palmer, Will years old. The paper contained a No Competition 3
number of advertisements
: slaves
can be taken out and this tube Dodson and Bob Mathews set a big :: ::
for sale and one of the curiositieswas
Mrs. Sue E. Frink left today for restored to its normal condition, trap and this morning "Mr. Coon" All former efforts
"an act" signed by John Quinsy surpassed in the preparations
hearing will be destroyed forever; was inside. They discussed lynch- I
nine cases out of ten are caused by I ing as a punishment, but decided to Adams. i'|made for the grandest display of artistic millinery when

GEORGIA SEED RYE at the McCarthy Catarrh, which is nothing but an in- give the prisoner a chance for his the season opens at the right time. Mrs. Tompkins

Store. flamed condition of the mucous sur life and liberty, so took him outside HANDSOME NEW FURNITURE [will convince you that baying at home is the correct

i faces. brought forth a noted coon dog and Everyone is busy at Mclver & idea, and will pay you best. The milliner who fives at

W. F. Himes, of Tampa is at the We will give One Hundred Dollars I turned them loose and there ensued MacKay's big furniture and house home, whose goods pieane; you for twelve months in the
for any case of Deafness (caused by of the finest fights that in
Ocala House. one was ever furnishing emporium, receiving
year, is thz one to patronize the one who cares to please
catarrh) that cannot be cured by ,
put up in that vicinity. This was a and displaying the great quantitiesof

Sweet Milk and Buttermilk at the Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars raccoon, you know. beautiful new goods that are dai- and will show you this season the prettiest Outing Hats

Hole in the Wall. II free. ly arriving for the fall and winter ever made for ladies and children Ribbons, Silks and

F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. BEAUTIFUL MILLINERY OPENING business. This firm is up to date in Velvets. Fall stock of
G. J. Strozier,' of Oklawaha, was in Sold by Druggists, 75c. every respect and does the biggest

the city today.CHERRY Hall's Family Pills are the best.S. business of its kind in the state.A .
Mrs. D. M. Hick will have her annual -
BLOOM at the Post Office A. Standley & Co. have had a i fall and winter millinery opening GOOD MAN

Drug Store. fine business all through the summer on
Wanted to Farm on SharesI
season and are expecting a belter October 15, 16 and 17 I
will furnish horse, land and feed I OppositeCENERAL Liddon's StableCommercial
L. C. Bell, of Early Bird, was ill' one this fall and winter. I At which time she will display one of .
and give any good man special inducements
town today. II I the prettiest lines of fine and stylish -- ,- -- --
to farm on shares. Apply -
Get a free sample of Chamberlain's Millinery ever seen in Ocala. For a
to W. D. Cam,
New York Cabbage twice a Stomach and Liver Tablets at the I great many years Mrs. Hick ha? Bank
10 9 1 m dw Ocala, Fla. 1
the Hole in the. Wall. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. They are i I made a trip to the Eastern marketsand ...

easier to take and more pleasant in sent her head trimmer there every -
William Benus' new building is effect than pills. Then their use is season:: and they have both madea

nearing completion. not followed by constipation, as is of- careful study of the styles and Eight Belgian Hares. Call on R. COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE
O. Connor at Hubbard & MacDuif's
ten the case with pills. Regular size, I knowing the tastes of their custom-

Don't forget the Montezuma. It Ii 25e. per box. ers so well have always made most hardware store. 6t d
setting a splendid table. happy selections. Mrs. Hick and

Miss Julia Mayo returned this af Mrs. Connolly have both just returned NEW STOCK OF HATS
W. H. Stephens, of Dunnellon, was ternoon from Jacksonville, where fora from the East, where they We a big and com-

in the city yesterday.Buy month she has been visiting Mr. bought the fine stock for this sea- plete stock of Hats for everybody in

and Mrs. Ben F. Mayo. son's business, and since their return fall and winter styles. DOES- A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DFPOSITS RECEIVED.

Grove's Chill Tonic at the AntiMonopoly I have been very busy, with Miss The W. J. Chambers Shoe Co. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD. _

Drugstore. We make the filling of prescriP-1 Ccnagan and other assistants with -" ...

tions our special business, deft fingers and artists' eyes, in getting STORE TO BE CLOSED -

There were fourteen guesta at the care, promptness and low prices have I ready for the opening. Mrs. I I
I Rheinauer & Co. will close their OYSTERS! OYSTERS! J. M. Meffert received orders forfour
Ocala House yesterday.The built a good business. We want'your '! Hick has many beautiful pattern !
up store on Saturday, October 11, on account I ( cars of lime today in one mail
trade and will be pleased to !; hats, and a profusion of handsome of the Jewish day of atone- You will find an oyster opener often

place to go for seed for fall I have you ask your physician to leave feathers, plumes and velvets. Her
I II ment. years' experience at W. L. Jones'stalls W. H. Price, collector for P. P. ._

planting i is Tydings & Co.'s.J. I your prescriptions with Tydings & I stock of ready-to-wear ladies', miss- 6 and 8, City Market. Guaranteed ,|: Collier, will be in Ocala Friday and

Co. i es' and children's hats, is complete. FLOUR, $4 PER BARREL clean and first class in every \[ Saturday, the 10th and 11th, on his
W. Chapman, of Cedar Keys, is '
The ladies are cordially invited to
I respect. The famous Sol Aytch, oyster -i monthly collecting tour.
a guest of the Ocala House. Henry Gordon*, Dunnellon's popular -! call and see the stock; and be sure White Star Flour-We have nine Fresh oysters day.
barrels and offer at opener. every i
I Il it $4 per barrel.
marshal was.In! town yesterdayanl i you go on the 15th.FURNISHED. Prices, 30 cents a quart; 15 cents; a' Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Snyder have
The new ;-nk-Celery: Phosphateat l told the Sta/ man that he had The Carmichael & Son Co.
I pint. Free delivery. some friends visiting them frpm
the Postoffice Drugstore. Vesumcd .
the paving of the streets. ROOMS .
I '.... Okahumpka.OUT
II I Handsomely furnished, airy and BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONSAre
Little Miss Fannie Sage is suffering We have on hand a neat and com- well located Ocala and Marion CountyThe
rooms to rent to
with a severely bruised knee. plete stock of box paper, tablets, |E young spoiled by jising any kind of OF DEATH'S JAWS .
1I i men at 56 W. Broadway street. 3 2w Broadway Millinery Store'sGrand I
I pens, pencils, ink, mucilage, etc. Call Exhibition of Fall and Winter preparation that fills the pores of the "When death seemed very near
kin. The best to secure a i from a severe stomach and liver
Cold storage celery, always fresh and see them. Tydings & Co. way
OYSTERSWe Millinery Goods will on Thursday
and crisp, at the Hole in the Wall. open clear complexion, free from sallow-I trouble, that I had suffered with for
October 16th, at which time
All Jewish stores in Ocala will bet I have just received fresh oys we ness, pimples, blotches, etc., years," writes P. Muse, Durham, N.

There were thirteen arrivals 'j closed on Saturday, October 11, to ters at Stalls 6 and 8 at city market will exhibit the most varied, cheaii' keep the liver in good order. An occasional -I C., "Dr. King's New Life Pills saved
I and will have them est, prettiest, finest, largest and the "
the Montezuma Hotel yesterday. j! observe the Jewish day of atone dose of Herbine will cleanse my life and gave perfect health.
newest creations in Hats and Milli
I ment. Delivered to any part of the city the bowels, regulate the liver, and so I Best pills on earth and only 25c. at
Goods. We will exhibit also the
H. S. Chambers, of Orange Lake, W. L. Jones. nery establish a clear, healthy complexion. !I Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. '
latest Paris and New York craze in I
was at the Montezuma yesterday.Mall Cigars and Tobacco are one of our !j 50c. at Anti-Monopoly Drug
shapes, viz., the Duchess of Marlbor-
specialties. We keep a full line. C. store. SCHOOL OPENING
ough and the Helen Gould. 10-9dw2w
lIornosas.1 I E. Taylor. Wanted to rent for with ,
Agent Parks, of the one year, Miss Sharped School will,not open
sa run, has returned from his vaca- I the, privilege of two years, a place in /' PARSLEY PLANTSAt
I I J. J. Williams left today for Sa\-jt I /Tom C. Thompson returned this afternoon Monday, October 13th since
tion. ; | the country, about a mile and a half the Hole in the Wall
she cannot Of the
nnnah on business for his house, M. j frrnn the University of Kentucky get possession
I j from Ocala. MUS
I public square in
which her school will
Ferst's Sons & Co. wHere.) he is taking a medical building occu
Drawing Paper Cxl2, 100 sheets for I I i I have eight or ten acres of good land I course, <4 5 cents at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- I under fence. Apply at this office. I
of engaged Northern
rooms by
NUNNALLY'S CANDIES, alwaysfresh i 'With his parents.

store. and as good as any on the mar I visitors for the next four or five I DO YOU WANT TO YAWN
ket. We get them by express weekly Any one wishing to buy, sell, rent month, beginning with November 1

The Atlantic Coast Line Railwayis and one trial will convince you: We have nine barrels of White or lease property in Ocala or vicinity Feel cold shiverings,,aching in the

repairing Osceola street along the I j I |' Star Flour a splendid flour, but a lit- IT HAPPENED IN A DRUGSTORE"One bones lack of headache and
j I that the goods are all that is claimed j'j will do well to consult F. W. Ditto energy,

railroad track. i j I for them. The Post Office Drug i ij tle dark, that we offer at $4 per barrel Toph's office, Montezuma Block, day last winter a lady came 1: great depression: ? These symptoms -..

j i Store. !;i'' The Carmichael & Son Co. Ocala, Fla. 10 9 dtf to m> drugstore and asked for a I may be followed by violent headache,

Our Celery Phosphate pleases all | -- --------- brand of cough medicine that I did high fever, extreme nervousness, a
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who drink it. The Postoffice Dm:I-1 Ii!! C. A. Liddon left today for the, i WANTED not have in stock," says Mr. C. R. condition known as malaria. Herb--

stOl e.Mrs. I Kentucky markets to buy a carload ] A four to six room cottage furnished J Marion Grandin, the popular druggist of Ontario ine cures it. Take it before the disease -

lof horses and mules. He will rehlrIweek. iI i ] for four to six months. Apply N. Y. "She was disappointed gets a fair hold, though it will

Adelaide Tracy Graham, of I next at this office. and wanted to know what cough work a cure in any stage. J. A. Hopkins
I HouseOne
Chicago, will arrive tomorrow to visit I I Opera preparation I could recommend. I Manchester, Kan., wrltes: "I

Mrs. T. J. Barnes. I Hancock's Liquid Sulphur curesskin I WANTED said to her that I could freely recommend -I have used your great medicine, Herb

troubles of every nature. toi i A middle aged white woman to assist -I Night. OnlyTuesdayOctoberl4 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy | i ine, for several years. There .Is.

Choice meals to order any hour of home should be without it. Ask your j ; with house. work in family of and that she could take a bottle of I! nothing better for malaria, chills and

the day and to midnight, at the Mon- druggists for a book on Liquid Sulphur. j three. References required. A good the remedy and after giving it a fair fever, headache, biliousness, and for

tezuma Hotel.E. By Anti-Monopoly Drug Co. home in Ocala for the right party. trial if she did not find it worth the a blood-purifying tonic, there Is nothing

i Apply at this office. I The New Musical Comedy money to bring back the bottle andI as good." 50c. at Antt Monopoly
i would refund the price paid. In the Drugstore.
C. F. Sanchez C. C. Thomas I

and) R. E. Davis, well known lawyersof : M. FISHELl' ARRESTED FOR THROWING DICE course of a day or two the lady came I

Gainesville, are in the city today. j Two men, giving their names as THE back in company with a friend in I Cherry Bloom, the new drink, made
especially for the ladies, 5 cents at
need of a cough medicine and advised
t Mr. Smith and Straus
John werearrested
Has returned from I the Post Office Drug Store.
her to bottle of Chamber
The big Sunday edition of the Atlanta last night for throwing dice. OTHERFELLOW buy a

Journal will be on sale Mon- New York where I!! They were fined $5 and costs each. I lain's Cough Remedy. I consider I
When you cannot sleep for coughing
day. Ocala News Co. II that a very good recommendation for I
i the remedy." It is for sale by AntiMonopoly J it ie hardly necessary that anyone
f he went to person- I AMERICA'S FAMOUS BEAUTIES I I
..." Drugstore. should tell you that you need a
leaves in i
Miss Mary Reardon a
Look with horror on Skin Eruptions.
(( Charlotte select his Fall I,1 fedoses' of Chamberlain's Cough.
few days for N. C., to visit! ally
Blotches Sores, don'thave
Pimples. They
Remedy to allay the irritation of the
sister. Mrs. W. K. Pendleton.
and Winter stock I them, nor will any one who useBucklen's s Parties to take school children from throat, and make sleep possible. It

I Arnica Salve. It glorifiesthe is good. Try it. For sale AntiMonopoly -
EYES examined by latest scientific i With the country to board who desire to at- by
of Dry Goods and ; face. Eczema or Salt Rheum Drugstore.A .
methods No Charge. We are here I ,i tend the Ocala High School this sea
vanish before it. It cures sore lip- .
all the time. Satisfaction guaranteed. son. Those who can give such accommodations -I
Notions, which is j chapped hands, chilblains. Infalliblefor tresn supply or French perfumeries
Ocala Music Co. at a reasonable rate
j I Piles. 23c.;) at AntiMonopolyDrugstore. [ HarryWest Just opened at the AntiMonopoly
received apply to Principal Yarn, of the Ocala
now being : Drugstore. Japanese Narcissusand
Christopher Matheson, a prominent High School. 9 25 dCt wit
I I Japanese Rose, popular odors.
attorney and politician of and opened for the
Radishes, mustard, turnips and
I I Wanted-Men to learn barber I
is in the city today on
greens fresh every morning at the The German Dialect ComedianAnd MOTHERSWho
of the i !
legal business before Judge iic.inspection trade. Steady practice, qualified I'
Hole the Wall.
I would their children In
II teachers, more experience in short' keep
public. When in I Reductions In BOX PAPERS to "health should watch for the
good ,
time than elsewhere, tools giv-
For sprains, swellings and lameness I I COMPANY OF COMEDIANS years
;: make room for our new stock for the first! symptoms of worms, and remove -
en, board included, wages Saturdays
there is nothing so good as
need of
in I I
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Try it. anything 'I fall. Don't buy until you look at our. Every Song a Gem! established 1893. Particulars and them with White's Cream Ver

stock. The Post Office Drug Store. j i Line Laugh! mifuge. It is the children"/ best
For sale by AntiMonopolyDrugstore.. the Dry Goods Line Every catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber
I Buy school supplies at the AntiMonopoly ;, Every Dance a Revelation! College, New Orleans, La. tonic. It gets digestion at work so

Drink Celery Phosphate. It is palatable you will be weUplea.sed Drugstore. Drawing Cards ;, Every Costume a Creation! that their food does them good, acid

refreshing and invigorating, I: or Drawing Paper, 100 sheets 6x12, i Coke Dandruff Cure never fan they grow up healthy and strong

with no bad effects. We make it and if you call onlvi. I for 10 cents. !! Applause, Laughter, Convulsions. At the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. 23c. at Antl Monopoly Drugstore.

know what It contains, and thereforeare j "Three feeds for one cent International An Evening of Delight.

in a position to recommend it. FISHEL |i Stock Food, at the AntiMonopoly [ Prices: 50c., 75c. and $1. Seats Flower Pots, all sizes, at Mclver & Mephisto Copying Pencils. Ocala

The Postoffice Drugstore. Drugstore. on sale at Post Office Drug Store. MacKay's. New Co.

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