The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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v. ; 61 cm.


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


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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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a school board refused to giveus
/Tile Star man made his regular -

and COMPANY monthly trip to Dunnellon a few j the fourth teacher so we decidedto iI I I i
( ; The jury returned a verdict of accidental -; be content with the three we have. II I
Proprietors and Publishers. /II days since and found the PhosphateCity
death on the man who fell from I j Miss Williams, teacher of the primary -
in Its usual flourishing condition. the window which he .
5" ledge on had fallen
C. BITTINGER, Ii f fI I asleep. But the death wax really due to' room has resigned her posi- # \ &

I { .. -_. .____. carelessness tion to avail herself of offers made :
The Star the In Ocala
Is only paper '
Editor and Business Manager. o'
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'r: .igu4 which made her whereby she can continue her
that has ever paid this town the attention - -' the
i accident ;, studies in New York. I -

R. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. \ that it deserves and In con possible. j Our citizens had another recent I : . .

sequence has many friends there There are a '
for infants Children.The
and .
graphophcne entertainment.The .
many ;>
remem ,er usin substantialbusiness feat
We are in receipt of a copy of the ___ s sud- I j large loads of hay so often Kind
way.Dunnellon '- denly terms You Have Always Bought has borne the signature '
G. A. R. edition of the i ; seen passing
magnificent through our town is
Is to have a newspaper.Dr. L nated as a of Chas. II. Fletcher; and has been made under his
Washington Post. I good evidence of the thrift and wise
William Griffiths has bought out result ofcarelessness personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one

management of our farmers, and to dcc'ch'eOl1 in this. Counterfeits Imitations and"Justasgood"
the Clay County Times and will I ,
"Three feeds for one cent:' Inter- although the would do credit to the hay sectionsof
move the plant to Dunnellon. wherea medical certificate are but Experiments, and endanger tho
national Stock Food, at the AntiMonopoly the West.If .
health of
stock company has been organizedand may -Experience against Experiment.
Drugstore.The read "ht'art it is true that everybody loves a

few a weeks.At paper. will be Issued within a When failure." !lovere have a young man here who The Kind You Have Always Bought

coal strike Is hurting the republican a man certainly should merit great alYee-
a recent meeting of the city takeschances Bears the Signature of
party worse than It Is either with tion. He has been very regular in
council ordinance
an was passedshutting
miners or mine owners. his stomach attendance at the Methodist Sunday
the hogs off from the w and I ,
neglects I school until lately, and his
streets. It was also decided to con the warning symptoms of disease, he is'
Violet Scented Talcum Powder, to vacant. Madam Rumor he '
carelessly inviting calamity. says
tinue the paving of the streets.It .
reliev chafing, prickly heat. etc., lOc., Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has fallen under Cupid's sway and -
I tIn
is said that the Central plant,
3 for'25c.. Tydings & Co. : cures diseases of the stomach and other wes to a neighboring town to visita + o
one of the best owned by the Dun- organs of digestion and nutrition. It
I fair maiden, who is expected shortly Use For Over 30 Years.
nellon Phosphate Co., will soon be enables the perfect digestion and assimi-!
Samuel J. Fox, the veteran rail lation of food to become a citizen of THC CCNTAUM COMPANY, TT .
which MUMMAV
makes Anthony. TMCCT NEW'OIlK CITI.I
opened again.W. strength.It ,, .,,:. ; : ,,' ,._ ._ -_-'.- -_'_
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road builder died at Port OrangeVolusia stimulates .
the liver, cures biliousness, ...: ---- -
H. Stephens and Albert, -
and bilious
removes impurities from the
county, last week. I Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh
II I have bought out M. Strauss's interest blood.

I in the saloon and will run It :n "I had been troubled with a pain in lower MEDICINE SENT FREE ATTENTION !
The Rhode Island Republican Con part of my stomach for three years, so severe I I I
President their own name. thought it would kill me in time." writes Mr. Send no money-simply 'write and
ventlon Chas. H. Hollandsworth is pushing Aaron Van Dam, Kensington( ) 2549 ti St., try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex
Roosevelt to succeed himself. Chicago 111. "I could hardly'work! ; it like Farmers
forward the work on his nw brick a big weight hanging on me and got so bad that pense. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B.
I had to take medicine I used Stomach Bittersfor :
building and will move into It as a time, but it did no good so I wrote to Dr. B.) kills or destroys; the poison in the
General Bragg consul general to a. V. Pierce for advice which he im- .
soon as completed.John mediatel. |blood j which causes the awful achesin
Havana, whose want of tact offendedthe ;
Griggs is putting his building bottles of his medicine and was cured. I had a i back and shoulder blades, shifting .ANDtoclonexx
Cubans, has been transferred to torpid liver which was troubling me instead of
in first class shape and will open a cramps (u I thought), so Dr. Pierce told me. pains, difficulty! in moving fingers, :
Hong Kong. I have pleasure in living now; have gained in
bar as soon as it is ready.J. weight 15 pounds since then." toes or legs, bone pains, swollen muscles :! YOU KNOW AND APPRECIATE THE NEED OF HAY. WITH A

W. Ross has opened up a first Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con- :; and joints of rheumatism, or the LITTLE
Buy school supplies at the AntiMonopoly ATTENTION YOU CAN EASILY SUPPLY YOUR WANTS.
I: class market and is doing a good bus stipation. They do not beget the pill foul breath, hawking, spitting, droppings -

Drugstore. Drawing Cards Ihess. habit. .. in throat, bad hearing, specks GET
or Drawing Paper, 100 sheets 6x12, I
A. H. McCullough, a recent settler :'l lying before the eyes, all played out ADeering
for 10 cents Rev. J. C. Porter will preach his 'icelm of Mower
in Dunnellon has opened up a first' \ ; catarrh. Botanic Blood ,

class grocery and confectionery farewell sermon at Blitchton next I tfalm has cured hundreds of cases of.
J. A. Pittman & Son are rapidly receiving :
store. / Sunday He has been pastor there COj or 40 years' standing after doc
their stock of new and second i ..
The Christian Dickson Co.'s new ever since the church was organized lois, hot springs and patent medicines -
hand furniture. Read their ,
and handsome store, under the management and the work I has greatly prospered had: all failed. Most of these .
the first i
on s
page. of W. G. Gamble, is doing I under his ministry.: His only reason cured patients had taken Blood Balma

a splendid business. I for giving u p the church Is the accumulation a last resort. It is especially advised 4 ,
A fresh supply or French perfumeries -
just opened at the AntiMonopoly The New York Racket Store, ;\\'v. of other, duties pressing, : for chronic, de'p-s(>ated cases.

Drugstore. Japanese Narcissusand D. Edwards, manager, has in its fall upon him and the fact that his Impossible! ] for any one to suffer the

Japanese Rose, popular odors. and winter stock and is doing 1 health has not been good for several 'agonies or symptoms of rheumatismor

handsome business. \ months. He feels the deepest inter- catarrh: while or after taking I

The Grand Army delegates at The Cox brothers have moved into est in the good people of Blitchtonand Blood Balm. It makes the blood pure I

expresses the desire that the and rich thereby giving a healthy'
Washington elected Gen. T. J. Stew- their new store and are doing a fine mgf&wryi27

art, of Pennsylvania to be comman- confection, cold drinc} oyster and church may be directed to the right I blood supply. Cures are permanentand l'jr

news business.J. man for his successor.DO not a patching up. Sold at drugstores
der in chief for the ensuing year.
I .' W. Castell is renovating the interior d f $1 per large bottle. Sample

of his handsome drugstore. YOU WANT TO YAWN? qf Blood Balm sent free and prepaid,
Anyone wishing to buy, rent
or lease property in Ocala or vicinity Andrew Johnson, the general merchant also special medical advice by describing -

Feel! cold shiverings, aching in the jour trouble and writing
and genial mayor, is prospering -
will do wbll to consult F. W. nit; :
and wears his glad smile.J. bones, lack of energy, headache and Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. A personal /' r- \
to Toph's office, Montezuma Block,
Ocala, Fla. 10 9 dtf F. Cocoawitch, the sawmill man, great depression? These symptomsmay ,1 trial of Blood Balm is better

..... i has moved his mill from Gulf Junction be followed by violent headache than a thousand printed testimonials,

high fever, extreme nervousness, a -o write at once. .
to Dunnellon and is again
sawing -
Ambus Rutherford, a traveling I $
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condition known as malaria. Herb-
Pgent for the Chicago Portrait Company I
A cable from
Is under arrest at Chipley, on I Judge Barton is keeping the Mix Ine cures it. Take it before the dis- contains the dispatch important news Belgrade that the The Best Machine in the WorldThey
ease gets a fair hold, though it will
son House to
right up date. set a
the charge of assaulting Mrs. Owen
of Sei"via
King has
had his
fine table and is doing well. work a cure in any stage. J. A. Hopkins ears Cost but a Trifle Compared with the Money They Will Make You.
Daniel, a young white lady of Orange !boxed I
Manchester, Kan., writes: "I by his royal spouse. Queen We are Headquarters for the DEE RING MOWING MACHINE. Come

Hill PersonalMrs. have used your great medicine. Herb- Draga. who desired to draga few I and Examine Them and You Will Buy One. .

' William Griffiths and two chil- ire, for several years. There is *thousand dollars! from the public I WE ALSO HAVE HAY RAKES.
Drink Celery Phosphate. It Is palatable
treasury. Failing she lost her
dren recently returned from a visitto nothing better for malaria chills and equa-

; refreshing and invigorating I Alabama. fever, headache, biliousness, and for nimity and hadn't been able to find

with no bad effects. We make it and I another to the time the wires HUBBARD' &
Miss Mattie Gamble, of McIntosh, a blood-purifying tonic, there is nothing up MACDUFFDEALERS
know what It contains, and thereforeare I broke don..
arrived recently and is keeping as good. 50c. at Anti-Monopoly
in a position to recommend it.
house for her brothers. I Drugstore.The IN
The Postoffice Drugstore. IT HAPPENED IN A DRUGSTORE
Miss Daisy Milligan Is assistingProf. I GENERAL HARDWARE, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, SCREENS, Etc., Etc.

W. W. Smith in the school. Clyde Line steamers Apacheand "One day last winter a lady came
Prince Etaoin Shrdlu, heir appar-
Drs. Baskin and Griffith have Iroquois collided in Charleston to my drugstore and asked for a
ent to the throne of Slam arrived in
moved their office to the buildingfirst harbor yesterday morning. Both brand of cough medicine that I did DAY 'PHONE 117 NIGHT 'PHONE 39
New York today, accompanied by
door south of J. W. Castell.) I vessels were badly damaged, but no not have in stock" says Mr. C. R.I I
four wives, eleven parrots, six mon-
one was hurt. The presence of mind Grandin, the popular druggist of Ontario LIDDON & COMPANY
keys and thirty-seven servants. He
and discipline of the crews of the N. Y.She was disappointedand
will tour the United States, but will
AMERICA'S FAMOUS BEAUTIES two ships was admirable. The I wanted to know what cough
not make any speeches.
Look with horror on Skin Eruptions Apache was run ashore to save her I preparation I could recommend. I GENERAL LIVERYMEN'Fine

When you wane up with a bad Blotches, Sores, Pimples. They don't from sinking and the Iroquois went said to her that I could freely recommend -

have them, nor will any one who uses back to the dock. The passengers Chamberlain's Cough Remedyand
taste in your mouth, go at once to
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies were sent to their destinations by that she could take a bottle of Carriages Buggies and Traps Drumnter'Carrya11s
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and geta ,
I the remedy and after it fair
the face. Eczema or Salt Rheum rail. giving a
free sample of Chamberlain's Stom- Saddle Horses etc.Fine .
I ,
vanish before it. It cures sore lips trial if she did not find it worth the
ach and Liver Tablets. One or two I
chapped hands chilblains. money to bring back the bottle andI
doses will make you well. They NATURAL ANXIETY Vehicles Fast Horses .
Piles. 25c.; at Anti-Monopoly would refund the price paid. In the ,
also cure biliousness, sick headacheand
course of a day or two the lady came
constipation.Miss Mothers regard approaching winter Horses and Mules for Sale.
I back in company with a friend in
with uneasiness, children take coldso
need of cough medicine and advised
Alice Fisher, a government I We fill prescriptions carefully, and easily. No disease costs more little I her to buy a bottle of Chamber Horses boarded by the month' at special rate

clerk, was murdered in Washington deliver promptly using the best lives than croup. Its attack is so
!lain's: Cough Remedy. I consider
Wednesday by William Dougherty, I drugs that money can buy. Ak your I sudden that the sufferer is often be-
that a very good recommendation for
another clerk whom she rejected.It physician to leave your prescriptionswith yond human aid before the doctor ar LIDDON&COI
the remedy." It is for sale by AntiMonopoly -
has almost come to the point I us. The Post Office Drug Store. rives. Such cases yield readily to

where the girls will have to carry One Minute Cough Cure. Liquefiesthe Drugstore. Ocala Florida.

guns and draw them on the fellows i Professional CardsR. mucous, allays inflammation, removes -

they do not like as soon as the objectionable danger. Absolutely safe. Acts
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swains commence to pop 1.I I immediately. Cures coughs, colds, I

the question. D. FULLER, grip bronchitis, all throat and lung I IVICIVER AND MACKAYLeading

trouble. F. S. McMahon: Hampton
"For three days and nights I suf-- I (!ia.: "A bad cold rendered me voice-

fered untold from attack of less just before an oratorical contest.I .
agony an Office Over Munroe and Chambliss' FUl'tliture Dealers of Central and
cholera morbus brought on by eating I Bank intended to withdraw, but took One ?

cucumbers," says M. E. Lowther, Minute Cough Cure. It restored my

clerk of the district court, Center- OCALA FLORIDA voice in time to win the medal." Southern Flof i
ville Iowa. "I I should
thought sure- I
ly die, and tried a dozen different The city council of Gainesville has

medicines, but all to no purpose. Ij DENTAL SURGEON been enjoined from paying Chairman I, We have a complete stock of everything J

sent for a bottle of Chamberlain'sColic 1 Benson for street work. Arguments
'I to be imagined in the Furniture Line. V//
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I Office Upstairs Commercial Bank were made before Judge Bullock in '

and three doses relieved me en- : Building Ocala and the injunction was sus Our stock is up-to-date attract'fr '
new _
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This remedy is for sale by OCALA FLORIDA tained. '

Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. TERMS, CASH ive, and in quality, the Very Best. We 'mi v

SULPHUR BATHS AT HOME also have large stock of Turpentine
A member of the Fraternal Union a

In a Northern state, committed suicide (I W. H. MAREAN, M. D. Hancock's Liquid Sulphur baths Wagons Farm Wagons Buggies Carriages 1-

and his beneficiary broughtsuit are superior to those of the most celebrated ,
against the order for the insurance SURGEON I I sulphur springs, having the Saddles, Double and Single

money. But the court decided additional advantage of being made '
Special attention given to the treat I 4 .
that the suicide clause in the policy any desired strength. Taking medicine !-i \, : Harness Baby Carriages Go-Carts
ment of Chronic Diseases and Diseases I ,
was valid and that any member of a by absorption into the system j
of Women and Children. %}, etc. In fact have almost
fraternal order who kills himself, i through the skin by taking medicated j we any-

whether sane or insane thereby I Ocala, Fla. baths i is a very efficient method of .
thing can ask for. Come see us.
causes his beneficiary to lose the t-j i Office over Tydings' Drugstore. Of- obtaining a constitutional treatment. I you

surance. This decision is of greatinterest flee hours from 8 a. m. to 12 m.; Hancock's Liquid Sulphur never fail,

to fraternal societies, nearlyall | from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. to cure all blood and skin troubles.

of whom have suicide clauses in I j Residence-No. 60 North Main street, : For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drug-' BEST QUALITY LOWEST PRICES

their insurance policies. i known as the Nash Cottage .. j i j:I store. > ,

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is due. to the retention in SOUTH LAKE WEIR I I I Colored Folks' Column.
Yl1ert s Dii. 1r&NER'8 Bheuma __
ECZEMA the system of Uric Acid Backache
or other inflammatory I j Allsop is All Right-Guavas Run KIDNEY Drops
Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor GraT
poisons which find their Gauntlet of Frost j Remedy

way into the blood, and are forced by the circulation through the glands I BACKACHE

and pores of the skin, causing it to burn like fire and the incessant Our old neighbor, Hon.Iyron without fail indigestion, dys- Don't forget the opening of How- I AM Bladder and

itching allows no rest night Eczema appears in a great many Gillette has with his family flatulence loss of appetite, ard Academy next Monday as announced I Urinary Drib Diseases.Me.CURE

different forms, beginning frequently as a mere redness of the skin, followed 1 been visiting, with others of our headache nervousness, vertigo in yesterday's column.Mr. l

by little blisters or pimples, from which a clear or straw colored :neighbors, Mr. J. II. Albritton ; I
j ::; dimness of vision and all I Toney Maxie of Santos inthe Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.
matter oozes, forming into sores, scales ; :family at their home in South ; was
scabs this is 1 evils resulting} from a'"weak and I city yesterday. .
SALT RHEUM or ; weeping Eczema, Chester Conu. I I

commonly called salt Rheum. These I The family of Mr. It. :Monroe stomach. It '?,builds jiP !, Ike E. Tompkins has rented the ] I
acid poisons sometimes dry up the natural oils and the skin becomes the first dose and insures goad.1, W. LALEXANDERPractical
I Hall stand
I ter was disturbed one where he will have
hard and dry, often cracking and bleeding and causing intense pain and : night health and a long, happy ". .
fearful itching. This form of Eczema is known as Tetter, and oftenest week by a man prowling about I t Key and Homosassa oysters

attacks the hands and feet. Unsightly eruptions house On Mr. Carter's lD. every day. Call and see him.

TETTER in the shape of pimples and blackheads break out I I II on the scene with a gun, the I a Prominent Citizen say: Mrs. Hattie Thomas, :Mrs. C. H. CARPENTER AND BUILDER

I I upon the face, neck and shoulders as a result of I disappeared. : Geo. W. Benson, of Richm Sams and Miss Minnie Williams, Careful estimates made on all con

I polluted blood, and this humiliating disease is called Acne. Local The unusually dry weather of l i says: "Accept my heart Wit I who have been quite sick, are bet tract work. Gives more 'and better
remedies afford but scant relief. The blood and system being saturated with
past summer killed most of ::; for the great amount of good ter. work for the
I the poison,the disease cannot be reached with washes,salves, I money than any other
I: ( A eN E powders or other local applications. S. S. S. restores the strawberry plants so that Dyspepsia Remedy has done for Rev. G. W. Reed is in the city on man in town.
number of our people have It is a wonderful discovery." business.
deteriorated blood to its normal condition stimulates the I .

sluggish organs,and all the waste matter iseliminated i plants! sent from northern i I 50 cents large bottle. Furnished
i rooms by the day or
through the proper channels. S. S. S. makes the i iI the state and from North I ] sale by ,druggists. Six bot I week. Apply to Mrs. Marlah Anderson. J J. A, COLYER & BROTHERSUITS

blood rich and strong, and underits tonic and invigorating I The sheriff of Lake county
t ta for $2.50 or sent by on I I .
I express 7 29
effects the general health improves, and the I ti
: over the border last week to
I skin becomes soft and smooth again.S. I price by Tyner's Dys- All persons who have communications FROM EIGHTDOLLARS p UP
white man named Bass at ) 1
S. S. contains no minerals but is guaranteed purely vegetable. I I Remedy Co., 107 1-2 S. for the editor will leave the / t

I Write us if you need medical advice; this will cost you nothing. Bluff, on the charge of stE'<1lin I I St., Atlanta, Ga. same at Mr. D. W. Goodwin's shoe Material Unequaled for the Price

Illustrated book on skin diseases sent free. grind stone. 5c. to pay postage for a shop.

THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, Atlanta, Ga. Mr. J. F. Simpson has been bottle. I I I I CLEANING, DYEING AND REPAIR.
ping lumber to Little River, The S. A. L. (is the only direct line .
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Miami. to the Wildwood camp ground.

:Mr. W. S. Allsopp has E A 13 ,0 A It D For good board and comfortable Fall
Samples in Great Variety for
from St. Augustine, where ho AIR LINE RAILWAY lodging at reasonable rates, go to the _

MISS FAY LEE went a severe surgical I I I Mack House on Exposition street Inspection

the East Coast Railway Special Rates i i Mrs..Mallssa Mack, Proprietress. 3 12
President o( the Shakespearian Club, Kansas City. We are glad to know the Go to Mr. W. 0. Parker's restau-
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was successful. *' rant for meals and lunches. Restaurant *
l I -0MAHA, NEB., and return,
Your booklet cam to nervous tension. The nerves Mr. E. S. is ,
my Upham taking in : open till midnight; lunch cart
home like a messa.geof health soon begin to give way under account of national convention Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-strike
G. A. IL encampment in | on street from 6 till
p. m. midnight
when I had suffered with the strain.You perhaps jump Church. Tickets will bej
headache,backache and bear at any unusual disturbance, this week. j He also keeps a fresh supply of coun-
sale October 14. 15 and 16, lim NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
ing-down pains. I was weak, or laugh or weep, hysterically Mr. Isaac Stevens, of Ocala: !! try butter and eggs and fine chick- .
nervous and hysterical and w at no apparent cause. been in town the past week to October! 28. Extension to ens. Your orders solicited Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the
had not consulted any doctor, That is what Miss Fay Ie, 30 may be obtained by i
thinking it would pass away ml/2; North Seventh Street: after the Saulsbury grove, of tickets; with joint agent I *If you want your dresses made in Cotton BuyerP.

in t time, but instead I found I. Kansas City, Kansas, was he has charge. Omaha and upon} payment of fee I the latest style and according to the O. BOX 134
that the pains increased and coming to when she rescued Mrs. C. L. Porter visited Ocala most to date fashions
50 up ,
cents. carry
were more frequent. I decided herself ly taking Wine of I
to try Wine of Cardui t Fay Let. Gar ui. The Wine made week. sewing to Mrs. Francis Thomas, at I'I E.J.GOMADOREHas

and in a short t tjme was much her a strong,healthy! womanagain During the absence of the :;; sleeping car reservations and 'I her house near the county jail.

improved. It seemed to act like a charm. as it has made a million other tress Mrs. B. B. Ricker, the (} i I write Mrs. J. D. McDuffy is much better Been Building- .
I J kept the treatment and the resultwas ;'omen strong and healthy. By inducing -
up in charge of Mrs. J. E. Gates, Dozier I
W. Condon, today. SIDEWALKS IN OCALA
Words fail to menstruation the entire
most satisfactory. ex regular .
press my gratitude for the suffering that system is relieved of the terrible wasting tant P. M. II Agent: C. T. A. I Mrs. Crosky, of Santos, was in the FOR TWELVE YEARS..
saved I am in fine health, On the door of the "busted"- A. 0. :cDonell A. G. I *
is now me. drains. The ligaments which hold thephysically P. A. I city yesterday to carry her niece, LIME. BRICK, CEMENT ;-4
and mentally. I can only say cern of P. S. Swarts is posted I '
womb in place are strengthened by a
'thank you', but there is much more in j Miss Arrabella Jordan, who has been I II PRICES REASONABLE $
healthy flow and that organ is returned I tice reading: "Back door
heart for I I CHEAP TO TEXAS quite sick, to her home.
my you. to its normal position. Returninghealth I the wind; front door closed by j Address Free Delivery,

: pains are the is the result. This is what sheriff." and Indian Territory, t j For clean beds and a first class ta- OCALA, FLA. .

rnJEARI\U-DO\VN: : len from know.this trouble I f Wine of Cardui has done for thousands I Another real estate sale is I return August 5th and 19th. I I I ble at a quiet house, go to the "Yona '

YOU need not ,be uncertainMitt of the best women in America.If tapis. Particulars later. 2d and ICth and October j House," next door south of the old

about it. The pains in the abdomen you need advice write The Ladies' I Mr. C. S. Gates has taken the I and 21st.: I' Bazar, Mrs. Delia Williams, Proprietress IKE TOMPKI*
and back that feel as if heavy weights Advisory Department, The Chatta- tf ;
were pulling down on the nerves! of the Medicine Company,Chattanooga, I cy from Peet & Co. for their Via i The All Around Hustler %c. .
stomach are "bearll g-down pains". Tenn. describing all symptoms brated wall papers and has Iron Mountain Route. Tickets i Rev. Hadley \assed through the
They may not be particularly: severe at freely, and a letter of advice will bee I a line of several hundred twenty-one days. Write i{I city yesterday on his way to the Has opened a first class fish stall",)4.s'

present but they growing worse. sent you. Secure a$1.00 bottle Wine T'I I the finest ever seen in this I. II Rehlander, T. P. A., ;:; Wildwood camp meeting. 10, in the City Market, and he asks'.
That headache which nearly drives you the patronage 'of the In and
1 public
distracted now is: caused by the terrible of Cardui from your druggist to-day. I, An abundance of fine guavas Chattanooga, Term I Go to Rev. S. S. Bellamy, the jew-
out of the city.NOTICE .
I!i been enjoyed for several I ery, notions, etc. Watch and clock I II
A million suffering, women II the Pleasant Hills House. The SETTLERS' RATES TO i repairing a specialty. Satisfaction
have found relief in OF APPLICATIONFor !
: WINE of CAItDVI es were covered with sand the I guaranteed. tf 8 22
I Wahin ton
Wine of Cardui. I
I, winter during danger frpm frost and the Northwest I Subscriber-"Hello," Central!" Tax Deed Under Section of.

are full of ripe fruit and green I. day in September and \! Central-"Hello! What can I do i Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida

I still blooming.Mr. I Missouri Pacific Ry. WriteI. for you?" I Notice Is hereby given that B. J.

Fred Sigmon who was B. Rehlander, T. P. A., I j| Sub.-"Give me No. 51, the Star I Mitchell, purchaser of Tax Certificates
'SEABOARD I I ed last week to have"'started 4'T Chattanooga Tenn. j j Office." No. 302 and 303, dated the Ctb
in'town I day of August, A. D. 1900, has filed
trip to Bay Port. is still Star "
j Office-"Hello! What Is it? said certificate in my office and has

t ing changed his plans. i Sub.-"I am continually worriedby made application for tax deed to Issue
Air Line Railway CREPE PAPER ,.
I ( your editor about a few dimes I in accordance with law. Said
I have an exceptionally fine as, certificate embraces the following
"IT GOES RIGHT TO THE : owe for the Star.
Line withDouble
Only of colored] crepe paper in I described property situated in Marion
I Star Office-"Well, why don't you county, Florida, to-wit: S half of ne

When pain or irritation exi : nVxv and pretty. I pay those few dimes?" quarter of se quarter, sec 29 and nw

of Ocala News Co. i Sub.-"Well I will quarter of se quarter sec 32, all In
Service any part the body the : Saturday.
Doily B I I II tp 13, R. 20. The said land being as-
I of Ballard's Snow Liniment will I !I Star Office-"That is the same sessed at the date of the issuance of

; prompt relief. "It goes right |i SEABOARDCAFE I I thing you told him three weeks ago, I such certificate in the name of Un i

To Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Richmond i' spot" said an old man who was I ane can't run the paper on : known. Unless said certificate shall
CAR be redeemed to law tax
Washington! Baltimore: New York.Pullman's bing it in, to cure his credit. Pay up and keep up." I deed will be Issued according thereto on, the
C. R. Smith Propr. Smith Seaboard Air Line will operate ] Sub.-"Alt right.
i i 11th day of October, A. D. 1902.
Best Cal Tenaha Texas, writes: "I have Car on morning trains from j! Star Office-"He will call tomor Witness my official signature and

Ballard's Snow Liniment in my onv1l1e October 3, 4, 5 and 6, on j: row. Good day." seal this the 6th day of September,
A. D. 1902. S. T. SIstrunk,
of the G. A. R. excursion,
ily for several years, and have i Wise quotation: "You can fool
I I Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county,
it to be a fine remedy, for all will give passengers an oppor I some of the people all the time and Florida.
()nlv Line with Through Pullman
and pains and I recommend to have excellent meals on I all the people some of the time, but

Sleepers JACKSONVILLE TO NEW ORLEANSFor I' pains in the throat and chest." j j50C trains. ( you can't fool all the people all the NOTICE OF APPLICATION

-. and $1 at Anti-Monopoly j car reservations may be ': time." Don't you see me? For Tax Deed Under Section' 8 of

sleeping car reservations, summer excursion rates and oth store.' ...... ', -. I II' and Pullman tickets issued at t i ii iI i I|I --- I Chapter: 4888, Laws of Florida ,
Ticket OOce.
er information write Notice Is hereby given that W. W.
:; sleeping car runs through and I
JOHN DOZIER, \VV.. CON DON MARTIN II Clyatt, Jr., purchaser of Tax Certifi
Agent C. T. A. j I, Washington in the morning. cate No. 4468, dated October 3rd,
I I i your reservations now. "The fastest selling article I have 1898, and Certificates Nos. 1370, 1372
Ocala, Florida. Colored ,Woman Killed in a 1 in my store," writes Druggist C. T. I and 1911, dated the 6th day of August

A. 0. MACDONKLL. A. G. !1'. A., Jacksonville, Fla.OR.MOFFETT'S way-Negro Man Dropped i ------ ------ -- ----- I Smith* of Davis, Ky., "is Dr. King's A. D. 1900 has filed said certificate
I In my office and has made application
Many industrious truckers. j f COLLEGE i; New Discovery for Consumption for tax deed to issue in accordance -

-- -- I I :; Coughs and Colds, because it with law. Said'certificate
this section are very busy now : MEDICIN RICHMOND, always//
embraces the described
1 & VIRGINIA following
cures. In six of
I ing fall gardens of lettuce, j my years
I M ..!,. +-Cfti.iS T..Y-PHAm.1ACY property situated In Marlon county,
Cures Ch lera-lnfanfuIn has
failed. I have known it
., etc., for Northern markets. never to Florida, to-wit: Grove tract 293, Silver -
)f DiarrhoeaDysentery,and 1 t STANDARD, I| save sufferers from Throat and Lung of
+ Springs Park, ne quarter ne
May Gooden a colored i iI ; ; CI..._
the Bowel IN -
1 Troubles of __ : pT. I j diseases, who could get no help from quarter, sec 26, and w half of ne quar-
j I who lived two miles south of :J --- -= t
Children r
of Any Age. \ .If'iCC.'
5 I
I ter and half of 34
rile e nw quarter sec ,
t Ij j i ,r, r'f. r-:)tTOrf.I doctors or any other remedy. Mothers
f fp Aids Digestion, Regulates was killed by a runaway horse i i .. R. 20
.i' B Jf ... -- all in tp 16, ; nw quarter of ne
.rl" the Bowels, Strengthens I rely on it, best physicians prescribe -
of 11 17
ASA unlay night. It seems that the !:: II quarter ne quarter, see tp ,

i : K' a Costs (My! 25 cents at Druggists, the TEETHINGand Child I EASY Makes I hitched to the wagon in which I 1 1I i it t j I II I I it. and the Anti-Monopoly I i) R. 22. The said land being assessedat
the date of the Issuance of such
Drugstore satisfaction
guarantees orj
r .A lOt mail 25; rents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS, MO. I was riding became frightened, i Fish [ [certificate in the name of Unknown.
OFFICE OF D. H. U\aDY. Nttaeury <>( $-a'c. AlsTlS.Tex., XIIT.:H. Il'JO.: Isle I [! refunds price. Trial bottles free j
either kicked the
was by certificate shall be
j Unless said redeemed -
I have found Dr.JffeU'1I TEETIIINA a splendid K-meJy and aid tor''II' teething children. When my oldest
boy was a teething child every succeeding; day warned us th.ulit: wouli ia-v:t.lblylu e him. I happened upon or sustained fatal internal L'1keVcir Bream? and Regular sizes, 50c. and $1. according to law, tax deed
TEETIIINAtt'ij bc'-jan at once administerm* it to hint and his unpr'I\Hnel1t; was u.a krd in 21! hours, and from i
will be issued thereto the 11th
that day on tie recuperated. I have cuusunlljr kept it and u lii since w:.11 my children,and bar taken great ; falling from the wagon. She Trout also all kinds of i ii on
plea! ure in Hounding its praises to all mothers of :JOUQJ chii h.:a. I found it iiivalu.ibte even after the UfthiESIriodwa4i i day of October, A. D. 1902.! .'
>a bed. MKS. D. IIAKDV.. only a few minutes after the
j Witness official and
Salt and Fresh Water my
For sale Anti-Monopoly)' Drugstore alllIJ.. other leading drugstores. Lewis Davis colored dropped i LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RY I seal this the Cth day of September,

Fish received e\'cry day. I A. D. 1902. S. T. Sistrunk
Sunday. Some boys found him
j I First Class Service and Quiclc Schedules
Free delivery to part II Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county,
--- -- and it is supposed that it was j i iI Florida.

3tbrit4rr Q4t, n l W iis:+'t(C 4i> jo-<"-3-J('( C 3 I heart failure as there I of the city. I I
i -TO-
marks of violence or accident. ICE IN ANY QUANTITY j I NOTICE OF APPLICATION

X J. Townsend who has been I BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE, For Tax Deed Under Section8.of*

I Nine= HERBINE0 I Iof I so long was able to come .over' Wm. Tucker I' EVANSVILLE, CHICAGO, Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida

stoic one day last week. i Stalls 5 and 7. Marketiemiiiage LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI, Notice Is hereby given that Lucas
I City
| Tenths ', I ST. LOUIS & Barnes, purchasers of Tax Certificate -
41 I No. 748, dated the 6th day of Au-

i \ Pure Juices from Natural Roots. i I FORTY YEARS' '! AND ALL POINTS WEST AND gust, A. D. 1900, has filed said certifi
I, I cate in my office and has made appli-
; : cation for tax deed to issue in accordance -
all the To be relieved from a ;
I with law. Said certificate
EGULATES the liver Stomach and Bowes:
I disease after 40 years' torture 1 MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS, embraces the following described

i People n Cleanses t the System, Purifies the Blood I well cause the gratitude of tThe t I Ii AND ALL POINTS SOUTHWEST property situated in Marion county,
: That is what De'.itt'sritch I Florida, to-wit: N half of ne quarterand
i ne quartet of se quarter and sw
Suffer 9'URES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation, 'IHe Salve did for C. Haney. \ name of this Dairy j i I THROUGH TICKETS< VIA THE L. quarter of se quarter sec 19, tp 14,
says: "DeWitt's Witch R. 23. The said land being assessedat
I &N.
from a U Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.Diseased i i Salve cured me of piles after l is a guarantee of t: the date of the issuance of such
I I Are Sold by All Railroad Coupon certificate In the name of E. O. Cor-
suftered 40 years. Cures absolute purity and
Every Battle Guaranteed to 6e! Satisfaction. I I I Ticket Agents in Florida dery. Unless said certificate shall
I burns wounds skin fine flavor of its'milk be redeemed according to law, tax
= 4 _Iie3I: EOTTZi SMALL DOSE I counterfeits. 1
"' ware of i deed will be issued thereto on the
F i.I.Liver i j Pi ice, CO Cents. I II i and cream J I For schedules, rates and sleeping car 11th day of October, A. D. 1902.
II I ; reservations, apply to Witness my official signature and

Prepared by JAMES! P. BALLARD, St. Louis Mo, I CASTOR.tA: : Geo. B. Tyler. J. M. FLEMING, Fla. Pass. A.L, seal this the 6th day of September.
Bears theSignature Th Kr.d: tOU Ha.e A/J/5: / / ;t A. D. 1902. S. T. Sistrunk,
"' 'i" :"'. "* "rf">fX *O,-'*"X>'4 4' *>;'' >wY'1''>>><3 >**1 > >w 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.i .
): ; Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county, .

For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and ail other leading drugstores. l.! 1(,f-.. i Box 82 J, Ocala. i C. L. STONE, G. P. A., Louisville,,., Ky. Florida. -'.


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Volume 8, Number 101 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1902. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yea

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Balleti -*.. ,
Tpot) tiJ1 I
Capt. S. R. Pyles Becomes Sole Proprietor A Washington Paper Accuses Our !

of the Alliance Store, Mr. Not to Break"Is City Dads of Desiring to Copy YOU DON'T HAVE TO OWN I 'J;,

Jeffords Retiring the Government of That STOCKS AND BONDS TO ;

I I The Alliance Store, W. C. Jeffords, Village NEED ONE OF OUR SAFE DEPOSIT ,
Whole Wheat Flour I IRalston's I proprietor, passed today into the Nearly all of the members of the y

hands of Capt. S. R. Pyles, who will a big thing to assert with any degree of city council of Ocala, Fla., are visit- BOXES. A MAN WHO j

Barley Food, continue the business in his own ing Washington for the purpose of HAS ANYTHING THAT IS :
name, and Mr. Jeffords will retire. safety in selling Patent Leather Shoes, but our studying the national capital's form

Captain Pyles will retain as assist- of municipal government. The de'e- WORTH HAVING WANTS TO

ants in the store the following: D. gation consists of Messrs. E. P.
E. Davidson, manager, J. C. Boozer Thagard, W. J. Edwards, H. C. Jones
.. bookkeeper Will Goin, Goldie "MONARCH PATS"A and R. E. Yonge. ,LY.

Barnes and Miss Leila Barnes. He The councilmen will return next

Cream of Chocolate, will secure other salesmen as their week to Florida, and as a result of THE LOWEST PRICE. BOXES
services: are needed. (their
they they
Captain Pyles will immediately order snappy, new line of Men's $4 Patent will recommend the adoption of
: large quantities of new goods many of the features that have given $5 PER YEAR. .:

Dutch I Herring, Deviled\ Crabs, and will keep the stock up to date in Leather Shoes are Washington; the reputation of being

all departments and will make a one of the best governed cities in the

Shrimp, Lobsters, hard pull for a full share of the patronage \.orld.-G. A. R. edition of the Washington
of the city and of Marion Post. IflthFoE 0 (J1jIT\BISS\

county. Something New To :an Ocalan, this sounds like R

Crab Meat, Brook Trout, E. Yougc was interviewed by some BaQ ers, '

SCHOOL OPENING Under the Sun green reporter, who took down some
e ala---- l
California Florida
Evaporated Apricotsand Not being able to use the Wart-. of that cheerful gentleman's jokes as

Peaches. mann house, Miss Sharpe and Mrs. official statements. ,

Center have rented the Anderson
cottage: on Second street, in the rear in this respect, and we'll give you a new When your family goes away for a
visit of a week or for several months, A roll top and a main top office .
Dr. Anderson's
residence, and .:r.. .
T-Pot Grocery will open their school Monday October pair if they break taro with reasonable wear. try boarding at the Club House, J. H. I desk. Big bargain. Apply to W. J.

N I 13th, at 9 a. m. Vereen, Proprietor, north side square. Chambers Shoe Co. *

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N U ti IIt The Hermitage Dairy, Geo. B. Tyler EDWARDSBROTHER-S

? Proprietor, can supply you with
pure sweet milk or cream. Better The _
equipped than
f -' ever to supply the i .
tor i trade to the best advantage. We I
1 Wholesale
have the best equipped modern dairyin -

Florida. We have just purchaseda Retail BUTCHERI'And
number of fine cows and can sup

ply the new customers as well as all 1
of our old ones. If you deal with us Choice Florida and Western Meats

you know you are 'saCe. Our box I is I I
)H71 I Second door from corner, Opera House Block, Ocala, Florida.
10 1 tf
I Celery and all other Vegetables in seasonFREE

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.f ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE White Star Flour-We have nine The building commission of the I BLEW UP A TRAIN -- .. -

When in doubt send: a box of our barrels and offer it at.$-I per barrel. state capital wants twenty carpen- t
ters for four weeks at $3 day and Coal Mine Strikers Resort to
delicious candies and IHsure yo- The Carmichael & Son Co. per j Dyna-

have one of the best gifts you ever transportation. Call on Hon. C. M.I| mite-Mitchell Declines to Call JaAI PITTMAN It SONDealers
|I Brown, of this city, who is a memberof
made. We promise you pleasure) to SCHOOL CRAYON Off the Strike
the commission.
the one who eats them.
Stiictly high grade school crayon, Wiikesbarre. Pa.. Oct. 10.-A Le-
Agent for Wiley's and Lowney's in
lOc. per box Ocala Jfews+ Co. high Valley freight train was dyna-
Fine 'Candies.T. .
GOOD CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN. mited after midnight at No. 10 moun

W. TROXLER WANT tain track, ten miles from here, and :
seven cars were demolished, and a
A four tX six rcJm cottage furnished -
THOMAS' INK STRAUSS BROS. number of cattle killed. This is the
for .
tutor Jp six months. Apply -
We have just received a small shipment this second dynamiting at the same place
at offiei
Be Measured by the Racket Co. and it occurred about the same time and Second-Hand
of the famous Thomas Ink. d in
1 lOC night. The long coal train
quarts and pints. The best in the
I over these tracks, going to
; r
world for bookkeepers and recorders. Just arrived, Georgia Seed Rye, at
middle agewhi woman to assist New York. The indications
Ocala News Co. the John McCarthy Store. are WE HAVE NEW GOODS AND PRICES THAT CAN'T BE
with house Ntflpc in family of quantity of explosives: were thrown
SPECIAL CANDY NOTICE three. References guired. A good -- I. at the train. ON US AND WE WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT WE ARg
home in Ocala
ir t right party. I
Dealers in this vicinity will do well 1 Apply at this jphce. I. Mitchell's Reply

to write or call on C. II. Dame, the I Washington, Oct. 9.-The reply of

Ocala candy man, in reference to supplying WEDGEWOOD I :Mitchell to the president's] request iI j I
them with taffy candy. He WEHave was made public at the White : j FURNITURE STOVES ETCREMEMBER
We have just opened small Ho-c'i
a is
makes the best, any kind, and the I today. Mitchell has refused to OOMI-
1 sortment of wedgewood, the first of ,
prices are right and the freight or express I ply with the appeal of the prosidHit
the real] article
ever carried in Ocala.]
rates lower than from Jacksonville I to call the strike off, and! the
says 1'-
Palatka. It is exquisitely beautiful and the THE PLACE-OLD BAZAR STORE, CORNER -
or 3 5 tf
prices are not unreasonable. Every R J sponaibility for continuance should FORT KING AVENUE AND MAGNOLIA STREET.
; be placed on those who have refused
BLITCHTON piece is stamped "Wedgewood" and receivedthe ;
:!\ arhitration The strongest sentences
There} is a great deal of sickness is fully guaranteed. Those who appreciate I Mitchell's: reply are: "I appreciate -

in our community at present and! our see it at once.something Ocala exquisite News should Co. finest line of .j ate responsibility resting on the J LAn PITTMAN & SON

faithful physician. Dr. S. II. hitch | I miners, but bearing in mind the:r. ex- -
j is kept busy night and day. jorienoe with operators in the pa=t.
Our school l i is progressinv nicely] I and inasmuch as there is no !law to
un'ler the management of Principal Wanted to Farm on SharesI I enforce the findings of a proposed

Browning. will furnish horse, land and feed I commission, I must decline to advise Commercial BankBRANCH
Mr. Guy Dlitch returned home an'i give any good man special in Gents'G CollaisAnd them to return to work, simply in the

Tuesday from a stay in South FlorIda ducements to farm on shares. Apply ;: hope that the operators might be induced OF

lie was called to the bedside ol to \\'. D. Cam, : or forced to comply with the I

his mother. She is improving now. 10 9 1 m dw Ocala, Flan .: recommendations of your commis- COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE

Mr. Willie Mai low, who has !, sion. Our district presidents concu-

delivering for Dukes at the marketin I WHITE STAR FLOUR } fully with my views. We feel keenly CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO
Ocala has returned} home We have nine barrels of White ;the responsibility of our position."
Mr. Tyson and wife of Montbrook j I Star Flour. ] I
a splendid flour, but a little INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
was in our burg Monday.Dr. dark, that we offer at $-I per bar I HIS LIFE IN PERIL
Blitch has built an addition to rel. The Carmichael & Son Co. 1
his residence which has made quite 'M, just seemed to have gone all tc
an Improvement.Mr. G Gents' Neckvieai CEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
THE LADIES I pieces," writes Alfred Bee, of Welfare ,
W. I. .Polk. of Morriston, was Ti>x. "Biliousness and a lam ..
in our burg Tuesday. Of Ocala and Marion County I back had made life a burdr'n.I Ii -
The Broadway Millinery Store's i I couldn't eat or sleep and felt almost 1A.
THE WORST FORM Grand Exhibition of Fall)) and Winter I' too worn out to work when I began HUNTER.--

Multitudes] : are singing the praises Millinery Goods will open on Thursday. In Ocala. i to use Electric Bitters, but theyi

of Kodol, the new discovery which is October ICth, at which time we i worked wonders. Now I sleep like atop PRACTICAL and MECHANICAL

making so many sick people well and will exhibit the most varied, cheapest I can eat anything !have gained !in

weak people strong by digesting prettiest, finest largest and the strength and enjoy hard work." They GUN AND LOCKSMITH

what they eat, by cleansing and newest creations in Hats and Mill!- I give vigorous health and new life tweak 0

sweetening the stomach and by nery Goods. We will exhibit also the ,, sickly, run-down people. Try REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

transforming their food into the kind i latest Paris and New York craze in 1thuie an a Lool L K them. Only 50c. at Anti lonopol I Box 374, Opposite City Market. -. OCALA, FLORIDA.
of pure, rich, red blood that makes I shapes viz., the Duchess of Marlborough Diugstoro.: I
yen feel good all over. Mrs. Cran- and the Helen Gould. 10-9dw2w
fill, of Troy, I. T., writes: "For a OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP

number of years I was troubled with NOTICE Fresh Meat and .GameWe
The Ocala House Barber Shop, located -
indigestion and dyspepsia, which The I
All persons, firms or corporation ; in the middle of the front of the
grew into the worst form. Finah I engaged in business or occupations hotel offers the best service in ito .I
keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and
was induced to use Kodol and after' requiring a license are required to line of any place in the city. Competent : Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
using four bottles I am entirely take same out October 1st, 1902, for and skilled workman and courtf- I Careful l attention to orders and quick delivery made.
cured. I heartily recommend Kodolto >i I the ensuing year. E. P. Thagard, BO S TON our treatment. Geo. F. WilliamPropn} ..;.

all sufferers from indigestion a'!di I R. Bullock, Tax Collector ..t I i \V' I JONES, LOXZO WALKBR,

dyspepsia." Take a dose after meals.It II I County Judge. e Proprietor. Butcher

digests what you eat. AntiMonopoly I I Licenses are procured from the The new urink; --Celery Pho:" t

Drugstore. i tax collector. 9 8 dw 2 m -- Store : -at tinPoitoffiie Urugst.. ic.! ... CITY' IS/I PAR I"Z K +:T r ,


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Washington, D. C., Oct. 10.-For W. J. Chambers, proprietor of thb, Millinery Announcement
CO.'S.: I Eastern Florida: Cloudy tonight and I HANDSOME NEW FOUNTAINChas. ,V. J. Chambers Shoe Co., has just

Saturday, with rain in north and central bought the. elegant residence on
I 3
portion. I hig/ Buckikw Heights built by L. M. Mrs. L. T. -
Cocoanuts at the Hole in the Wall. E. Taylor has put new Tompkins, Ocala's most fashionable :

soda fountain in place and it jf.: one Thayer and: known as Morton Hall.This I milliner, will give to the ladies this fall and winter the .
is the largest:: residencein
Limeade from fresh limes at Trox- DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUREDby of the handsomest in the country. jjrivate :finest, largest most elegant line
the count / and ntTDf the finest ':
ler's: local applications as they cannot The fountain is one of the new ; I

reach the diseased portion of the ear. styles. The syrups and extracts, instead finished. It Last 'when built ten II ofRats
$1o,0/O. Mr. Chambers : Pattern
years ago
Fat, yellow bananas at the Hole lathe There is only one way to cure deafness of being kept in the fountain, hiss I
paid cash for purchase. He will
Wall.J. and that Is by constitutional are kept in pretty, labeled bpttles in .

remedies. Deafness is caused by an a half circle around the fountain. move into the residence on the 1st. !ever shipped into the state. One hundred Paris Pattern i iJ
I Mr.
Schrieber is
R. Gerald, of Atlanta, was in the Inflamed condition of the mucous line Beneath the fountain is a handsome house. Mr. Chambers now occupying owns another the i"residence Hftts] to select from. There can be no copy for such art.

city today. ing of the Eustachian Tube. When ice box and refrigerator. Mr. Tay- J I
in the first I .
this tube is inflamed you have a rum lor also has a nice new marble' dispensing recently -

bling pound or imperfect hearing, and counter in front of the forntain. -.,' purchased from George Pasteup( No ;
Celery Phosphate at the Postoffice Competition
and occupied now by Mrs. Khgma i
Drugstore. when it is entirely closed Deafness Is ---, ,

the result, and unless the inflammation -

Flower Pots, all sizes, at Mclver & can be taken out and this tube BEAUTIFUL MILLINERY OPENING OYSTERS! OYSTERS! All former efforts surpassed in the preparations ;

MacKay's. restored to its normal condition, made for the grandest display of artistic millinery when

hearing will be destroyed forever; You will find an oyster opener of,1,,the season opens at the right time. Mrs. Tompkins

nine cases out of ten are caused by Mrs D. M. Hick will have her annual ten years' experience at W. L. Jones
Mephlsto Copying Pencils. Ocala ,will convince you that buying at home is the correct
Catarrh which is but in fall and winter millinery open- stalls, 6 and 8 .
nothing an City Market. Guar-
News Co. ing on |idea, and will pay you best. The milliner who lives at
flamed condition of the mucous sur anteed clean and first class in very \

GEORGIA SEED RYE at the McCarthy faces. October 15, 16 and 17 respect. The famous Sol A)tch: ., ,oyster -!home, whose goods please you for twelve months in the

Store.J. We will give One Hundred Dollars At which time she will display one of opener. Fresh oysters every day. I year, is the one to patroniZe the one who cares to please

'for any case of Deafness (caused by the prettiest lines of fine and stylish Prices, 30 cents a quart; 15 cents a'i!''and will show you this season the prettiest Outing Hats

V. Burke, of Jacksonville, is at catarrh) that cannot be cured by Millinery ever seen In Ocala. For a pint. Free delivery.BEAUTIFUL lever< made for ladies :and children. Ribbons, Silks and

the Montezuma. J Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu I great many years Mrs. Hick has I"Velvets. Full stock of .

lars, free.F. made a trip to the Eastern markets I

Milk and Buttermilk at the J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. and sent her head trimmer there ev- I COMPLEXIONS I g
Are spoiled by using kind of
Wall Sold by Druggists, 75c.hail's ery season and they have both madea any I
In preparation that fills the of the CEt ERAL MILLINERY
Family Pills are the best. careful study of the styles and
skin. The best way to secure a
.1. H. Morton has returned home knowing the tastes of their customers
clear complexion, free from sallow-
and is quite ill. Several of the owners of lots in so well have always made most I Stable
ness, pimples, blotches, etc., is to Opposite Liddon's
Greeifwood Cemetery have com happy selections. Mrs. Hick and .
keep the liver in good order. An oo- I. ,
CHERRY BLOOM at the Post Office plained of the condition in which the Mrs. Connolly have both just returned -
easional.dose of Heroine will cleanse
Drug Store. cemetery is kept. Weeds are allowed from the East, where they
the bowels]:;, regulate thd liver, and so
bought the fine stock for this season's '
to grow at random and hogs :
establish a clear, healthy complex MFISHEL
New York Cabbage twice a week at roam at will through the cemetery. business, and since their return f
I ion. 50c. at Anti-Monopoly Drug
have been very busy, with Miss ,
the Hole in the Wall. --- 4
Get a free sample of Chamberlain's Ccnagan and other assistants with ;.

Don't fgrget the Montezuma. It h Stomach and Liver Tablets at the deft fingers and artists' eyes, in getting I oo I

scattIng a splendid table. Anti- Ionopoly Drugstore. They are ready for the opening. Mrs. PARSLEY PLANTS I ;'

easier to take and more pleasant in Hick has many beautiful pattern At the Hole in the Wall!

The place to go for seed for fall effect than pills. Then their use is hats, and a profusion of handsome The most exquisite line ofLADIES'

planting i is Tydings & Co.'s. ,, not followed by constipation, as Is often feathers, plumes and velvets. Her HOOL OPHNING .

the case with pills. Regular size, stock of ready-to-wear ladies', miss

Coke Dandruff Cure never fails. 2r;;c. per box. es' and children's hats, Is complete.The Miss MondaX Share's School will not open DRESS GOODS
until OUober 12th, since
At the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. ladies are cordially invited to
she cannot g call and the stock and he ,
see ; sure r'
A. S. Anderson from Holder and
building whir Jr hrk school will occupy
There thirteen arrivals at the the 15th.
were you go on
0. G. Digelow of Dunnellon were at for the fining &Nkoortcrrn. '
Ocala House up to noon today. the Ocala House today. S Can be seen now

Cold storage celery, always fresh I WANTED
For hog or chicken cholera, use International '
and crisp, at the Hole in the Wall.A Stock Food. Sold at the The Baptist Sunday school teachers Parties to take school children: from 'At Store

Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. will meet in weekly session this the country to board who desire to at- My

number of prominent naval .-" evening at 7:45: with Mrs. J. G. Spur- tend the Ocala high School! this sea: I

stores.. operators were in the city to R., G. Blake'left today via the Seaboard lin, for the study of the lesson son. Those who can give such accommodations -- .
The Most Exquisite Line of LaThe latest designs of Blackdies'
day. for Denver- Col., where he will Teachers and friends cordially wel- at a reasonable rate
attend the supreme lodge conventionof come. apply to Principal Yarn, of the Ocala 'PI' and FancyWaistingrs I. Raised Peerola, from' $1 to

Drawing Paper Gxl2. 100 sheets for t School. $1.25. .
I the Fraterna Union of America, High 9 25; dCt wit
f. cents at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- Ii i FURNISHED ROOMS : The latest designs of Broadcloth -
as one of the two/delegates from this I i
stoiv. \ in black, castor
green .
state. The F.vt'of'A. has the largo / Handsomely furnished, airy and BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERSW. :%! .
\ navy, brown and royal blue, a tIn
est membership of any lodge in the wen located rooms to rent to young
O. has been
lion W. W. Stripling, of Jackson, Massey appointedlocal the Very Latest Designs 75c. to $1.25. ;.
56 W.
men at Broadway street. 3 2w
}I fdtr. -
vine was at the Ocala House yester '- -- ---..--- agent for the above named high Flannel! for dresses at from 35c.
day. grade goods and those needing them to 50c. '

We make the filling of prescriptions OYSTERSWe will advance their best interests by Silk Waistings!! from 50c. to 95c. Black Henrietta Superior 75c.,

our special business, and with have just received fresh oysters consulting W. 0. Massey, Local .
Our Celery Phosphate pleases all Flannel Waistings, from 40c. to to $1.25.Black
care, promptness and low prices have at Stalls 6 and 8 at city market Agent, Ocala, I'']a: d&w-9-9-tf!)
who drink it. The Postoffice Drug I I $1. Henrietta from 35c. to 50c.
built up a good business. We want and will have them daily. ,
Black Silk Cassimere
store. Warp $1
your trade and will be pleased to Delivered to any part of the city. Radishes, mustard!: turnips and Flannelette Waistings, from 10c. 1 to $1.25.Black .

[ have ask physician to leave W. L. Jones. fresh morning at the '
you your greens every
to 35c.
Oysters served in all styles and at : Cassimere, from 10 to 75c.
your prescriptions with Tydings & Hole in the Wall. -_....,,-- w+.RR.-.www.-.w-r-_...... .... ....._
all hours at the Montezuma Restau!I -
rant. I My stock is the most that I have had
I Wanted, to rent for one year, with Reductions in BOX PAPERS to complete

Col. G, C. Martin, of Brooks-ville, make room for our new stock fer the for and be suited if
R. I). Medlin and wife, of Willis- i the privilege of two years, a place in many years, you can you are

ton were guests of the :Montezuma one of that city's prominent legal the country, about a mile and a half fall. Don't buy until you look at our looking for desirable! goods.

lights, was in the city today. from public square in Ocala. Must stock. The Post: Office Drug Store.
yestcnlar.Choice -.- .. -- .
have eight or ten acres of good land

Cigars and Tobacco are one of our under fence. Apply at this office. MOTHERS
meals to order, any hour of
specialties. We keep a full line. C. I 'children .1 M FISHELDUNNELLON
Who would their in
the day and to midnight, at the Montezuma E. Taylor. keep .
Hotel. I FOR SALE CHEAP good health, should watch for the I
I -"
Two new passenger coaches and I Eight Belgian Hares. Call on R. first symptoms of worms, and remove -

Charles Peyser, who has been one new mail and express car were 0. Connor at Hubbard &. MacDuff's I them with White's Cream Ver I Cherry Bloom, the new drink, made

quite sick, is somewhat better, but is attached to the southbound A. C. L. hardware store. 6t d mifuge. It is the children's best especially for the ladies, 5 cents at

confined to his bed. I passenger train today.' I tonic. It gets digestion at work sp Our school is still growing very. the Post Office Drug Store.

that their food does them good, and j
NEW STOCK OF HATS rapidly. We now have an enroll

We have on hand a neat and complete NUNNALLY'S CANDIES, always I We received today a big and complete they grow up healthy and strong. ment of nearly SO. Cabbage, lettuce, mustard; radish

stock of box paper, tablets, I fresh and as good as any on the mar. I stock of Hats for everybody in 25c. at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.. An ice cream supper was given at I and all other fall garden seeds at Ty-

pens, pencils, ink, mucilage, etc. Call ket. We get them by express weekly fall and winter styles. -- -- ---- the city hall last Friday evening by dings & Co.'s.

and see them. Tydings & Co. and one trial will convince you I The W. J. Chambers i J foe 'Co. MarionOpera the ladies of the Methodist church I

that the goods are all that is claimed I for the benefit of this organization.It STOVE WOOD! STOVE WOOD!

If the ladies desire to read some for them. The Post Office Drug STORE ENCLOSED was attended by a large crowd and For Stove Wood, phone or drop a
thing real interesting, let them cast I I
Store. Rheinauer & CaTwill close their House. all had a delightful time. The proceeds card to the OCALA SPOKE. AND

their eyes over M. Fishel's advertisement I store on Saturdyry V, \ ober 11, on account : amounted to :25, clear of all RIM FACTORY. State length Qf

on the other side of this page. C. A. Cooey and O. S. Snider, of j of thjrJewish Nlay of atone One Night, Only expfuses.Mr. wood desired.

Georgia, were guests of the_ Ocala!' raent. Albert Stephens and his moth-
When you cannot steep for cough House yesterday.EYES .
pr: lot.timed Friday from a three
lng, it ii hardly necessary that any I Tuesday October
'! Wanted Men to learn barber month trip to the mountains. They CASTOR
one should tell you that you need a examined by latest scientific
trade. Steady practice, qualified reported a delightful time and are
few doses of Chamberlain's Cough methods. No We here I The New Musical Comedy
Charge. are For Infants and Children.
teachers, more experience in short both much benefited by the trip. :
Remedy to allay the irritation of the I
all the time. Satisfaction
guaran I time than years elsewhere, tools given Mis. Anna Shepard gave her opening The Kind You Have Always Bought
throat, and make sleep possible. It teed. Ocala Music Co.
board included, wages Saturdays. THE of fall and winter hats last Friday
is good. Try it. For sale by AntiMonopoly I -
established 1893. Particulars and and Saturday. Bears the
Drugstore. There were thirty arrivals yesterday -I g-
mailed free. Moler Bar- who been Signature cf
catalogue llattie Feinberg, has ,
- at the Montezuma and eighteen I
.,.... ber College, New Orleans, La. OTHER quite iiI for some time is now con-
-- -
-.--- at the Ocala House. I
--0- '.. I .
-11--- valescent.Mr.
) .. ..
ealthy -- - ------ -
: l .," 1'': j'. 1 I R. II. Sanders made a flying TheIarion Cigar Co. are making abig

"iI.I.I:1: ': : it I For sprains, swellings and lame } FELLOWWith trip to Ocala Thursday.Allie reputation on their cigars and ,

1 Ti I' Food ness there is nothing so good as Fine Tailoring smokers. On sale by Ocala News Co.
i I ...:i.I I Butler is ill and is missed
i Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Try it. /
1 1---. !
:1i from her accustomed place at school. '
t 8 A For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. --
I f H 1 1 Is not cold food but ByI Mios Ruby Brassell, tfho is teaching ENTUCKY TOCK
J ':' l}' fresh and I
119 ', .r. the Reddick school, returned Just arrrtod 1 at M-cIntosh, Fla., with-
:;:1' -
l il. I
{n I I : :b l j: Uncontaminated I just W. received M. Martin a, the nice news stock dealer of Delaware has-I S Sil1od d WOrklll q home Tuesday sick. We hope she a carload \f imilea': and horses,

will soon be able to take her school dives from
shipped ML Sterling,
....;i-3-l "r gj| f>d, free from bad and California grapes. IfirTyi'iTes
\J"" \o t.tste: and smell. On again. Ky. This fctr/Tc tius bought from my
Mrs. J. G. Baskin and Mrs. H. \
LOOK OUT FOR FEVER former neiafibors, ught right and

The "Odorless"Reirige 'I I Biliousness season may and be liver prevented disoiders by atthis t I Choicest MutBriulsI t relatives Meadows at are Tampa.visiting friends and will be s( u at reasonable E & prices.Barkley,'

I Miss Van, of Jacksonville, is visiting 2t wd/ 0 2 MclXtosh, Fla.V .
cleansing the with DeWitt's .
system The German Dialect Comedian
i I have a very complete line of Fall her brother, Mr. Bob Van, of
I Little Early Risers. These famous | And His _
little pills do not gripe. They movethe I Samples, also a big stock of Piece Rockwell. \. D..6.11..- .... .II .
Ki Semitic S p"-\ ,,: 1-.1. Thtcirculation I I Goods for Suits and Trousers. Call t.a Tile! K"d! 1 g p )a -p G48i5
:air is..0 ikTttvi,:> arrayed that mior>> from fruits bowels gently, but copiously, and I i;! COMPANY OF COMEDIANS ears
i and and have i OUT OF DEATH'S JAWS cZ
samples aitra
my your
fili et.ue nf:'l and out and do nut come by reason of the tonic properties, I #PJfl.:
in.:I.l1)ta.1.hh the ce a-;in all other rcfrigera' ..s. i measure taken. Seventeen years in i : Every Song a Gem! "t : /y/
give tone and strength to the glands. I
the business should learn your needs. ''' Every Line a Laugh! "When death seemed very near

The T0'dAOTEiM6ASRSK : Every Dance a Revelation! from a severe stomach and liver At Taylor's you can get the }best
C.SsTORI.S.Bears Respectfully, lollypop Grape Phosphate Soda and
:s huitt. !.S i.d oaK t'd.t.-i oak finish and !i.> lineduith the Kind You Have\ Always Bought i Every Costume a Creation: I trouble, that I had suffered with for twenty other drinks as good as can .
I... ":r.tlI.d .in.: Nichflii i.J.f'ar P. Muse, Durham N.
Sujirriiir' ----- years, writes be served from any fountain.
to ti:,- nlllf t.eeatstli-:re die X> joints and No S'! thect Burnett
1iotitct.cI, tockrjttislidi.catenu; + andfilth. (If #!.I'U-+-# I Jetty Applause, Laughter, Convulsions. C., "Dr. King's New Life Pills saved '
the iESERMFG.CO.CdATTAN000cATENN.uRCEE' I An Evening of Delight. 'I my life and gave perfect health." Chickens do well when," fed International ,

1:1': :N..FM.MtR. : V24.ii..4CRSt0/IRTHEWORLD Buy Grove's Chill Tonic at the An- Merchant Tailor.t|t Prices: 50c., 75c. and $1. Seats I Best pills on earth and only 25c.: at Poultry Food. Sold at the
I i
THE OCALA FURNITURE CO. tf-Monopoly Drugstore. One Door North of Masters'i' on sale at Post Office Drug Store. j Anti-Monopoly\ Drugstore. Ann!,Monopoly Drugstore.


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