The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume 8, Number 102 OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER It, J902. Fifty 'Cents a Month, $5 a Year. '



A Weird Rumor That the State of Four Thousand School Children Must
I Pennsylvania Will Confiscate the Not to Beak"Is Leave School Because There Are I I,

Coal Mines if They are Not In No Fires to Warm Them. -STOCKS AND BONDS TO. s

I Operation in Six Days.
Whole Wheat'Flour Schenectady, N. Y., Oct. 10.-Four NEED ONE OF OUR'SAFE DEPOSIT .

Harrisburg, Pa., Oct. 11.-It is declared thousand pupils in the public school I I
I here that if the coal operatorsdo a big thing to assert with any degree of in this city were sent home today by BOXES. A MAN WHO

Ralston's Barley Food, not make concessions to the miners the teachers .because the coal supplywas HAS ANYTHING THAT IS
safety in selling Patent Leather Shoes but our
or open the mines and produce exhausted and will not be able

sufficient coal to supply urgent de to resume their studies until coa! i3'' WORTH HAVING WANTS TO

1 Brick Codfish, y mands within the next six days, Gov received. The affair has caused a KEEP IT-AND KEEP IT SAFE.,

ernor Stone will call a special session "MONARCH.PATS" great sensation. It is believed other LY. -

of the legislature for the purpose cities in the state will be forced to do ,,

of creating a state coal mine likewise.DO .

Cream of Chocolate, commission to take charge of the THE LOWEST. PRICE. BOXES ,

I mines, under the right of eminent IN OUR VAULT RENT FOR
domain.It A snappy, new line _of Men's $4 Patent YOU WANT TO YAWN?

is said that in taking this tep, Feel cold sliiverings, aching in the $5 PER YEAR.

Dutch Herring, Deviled Crabs, Governor Stone will have the support Leather Shoes are ". bones, lack of energy, headache and i

of President Roosevelt and the great depression? These symptomsmay ,

Shrimp, Lobsters- leading citizens of the state. -, \follo\ved by violent headache,

Anoher Conference Fails Something New high condition fever known, extreme as malaria.nervousness Herb, a IT1LItrOE\ ? 0 C mBCI8S.

New York, Oct. 11.-Another conference ine cures it. Take it before the dis-
Crab Meat, Brook Trout, of senators and coal operators ease gets a fair hold, though it will Bal) ers, .

was held yesterday, and adjourned Under the Sunin I work a cure in any stage. J. A. Hop-

California Evaporated Apricots j without having reached a kins Manchester, Kan., writes: "I' eala---- Florida
and Peaches. plan of settlement. i I have used your great medicine. Herb- .....
Senator Platt said afterwards that I iue for several years. There is ,.

another conference would be held this respect, and we'll give you a new I nothing better for malaria, chills and I FOR SALE .

next Tuesday, and he hoped for a favorable fever, headache, biliousness, and fora A roll

T-Pot Grocery outcome then. pair if they break thro' with reasonable wear. blood-purifying" tonic, there is noth- \desk. Big top bargain.and a Apply plain top to J.
ing as good. 50c.
He added that the representatives at Anti-Monopoly Chambers Shoe Co.

of the operators were told the termson Drugstore.
which he strike could be ended / ------- ---- -
it the terms were accepted Tuesday --
t t1WtaUlllun but he declined to state the nature of EDWARDSBROTHERSAT

the terms or to say whether or not

President Mitchell had receded on The
any of the demands made by the A THE CITY MARKET. -
.. .
t;I a strikers.No .

o air Leading Wholesale
Disorder Where Troops are Located


Wilk barre, Pa., Oct. 11.-The general -

: % situation in the anthracite region Choice Florida and Western Meats

shows almost no change, although -

';wltlnUUflIQl11111 u both sides are claiming gains. Second door from corner, Opera House Block, Ocala, Florida.

Where the troops are present in V V ..*j_ Celery and all other Vegetables in season -,

force no disorders are reported. ._ .
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Much apprehension of an outbreakhas I
ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE been excited by discoveries that The builAog commission of the 1 A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR --

When in doubt send a box of our the foreign* element has been secretly state capitals twenty carpenters I I II
for four at $3 day and Dr. A. S, Worrell, of Louisville, Ii .
l accumulating arms and ammuni- wqpc I I y
delicious candies and be sure yo>i PITTMAN
have one of the best gifts you ever tion. transportation** Ca on Hon. C. M. I I i i I Ky., is visiting the family of Mi1. J. A. It SON N I

made. We promise you pleasure to Brown, of thi city, w is a member Loveridge on North Magnolia. In
I of the com ission. breadth of learning and in popularity
the one who eats them. WEDGEWOOD y .
as writer and lecturer, Dr.
Agent for Wiley's and Lowney's Worrell Dealers in
We have ust opened) small is
I stands in the forefront of tbe great
Fine Candies.T. ", .. sortment of fcedgewoodf the first of GOOD CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN. men of the land. During the fifty .
W. TROXlER the real article 8\er carried in Ocala.It .
years of his public life he has betH
J is exquisitely \ /utiful and the WE MAKE GOOD CLOTHES. FURNITURENewaad
i identified with the progressive
prices are not
PURE SWEET MILK unreasonable. Every STRAUSS BROS. thought and stable sentiment of the
1 piece is starnped/'Weogewood" and
country. As president of the Cali
is fully guaran ed. Tho e who Be Measured by the Racket Co.
The > iermita; airy, Geo. B. Ty- appreciate forma State College, the Lexington Second-Hand ,
some ing exquisi should
ler, Prop '''tor. n supply you with c" University and the Baptist College of .
see it at onceOcala NewsvCo.
pure sweet roiJ' or cream. Better s Just arrived, Georgia Seed Rye, at Missouri he has taken front rank I

equipped th' I ever to supply the IMPORTANT TO PRESBYTERIANSThe he John McCarthy Stare.WE. I among educators. As editor in chief WE HAVE NEW GOODS AND PRICES THAT CANT BE .

trade to th est advantage. We I of the Western Recorder and as pul.lishei .- DUPLICATED IN THE STATE. WHEN IN TOWN CALL -

have the be, eq\ 'j ped modern dairyin -- of the Gospel Witness his ON US AND WE. WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT WE ARE

Florida./We haV. just purchaseda members of the Presbyterian I fame as a writer has been scattered: THE PEOPLE FROM WHOM TO BUY -
church, this city, will hold a congre- ..
number Jf fine colb; and can sup- i broadcast throughout the South. His .
gational meeting for the of l
ply the n/, w customers i S:; well as all purpose lectures on the Higher Life have
considering, and if the be clear,
of our old ones. If you Tkal with us way I been everywhere greeted with enthusiasm -I
granting the resignation of the FURNITURE
you kiufw you are safe our box i is pres by the cultured and 9rO l'e-1: STOVES ETC
: ent pastor, tomorrow
t71; cify. \j01tf! (Sunday, afj sive. ,
I j ter the morning service. Please, take
r Dr. Worrell will P ream h tomorrowat r
note and be present.
Ry By order of the Session.
is hoped that a representative au- FORT KING AVENUE AND MAGNOLIA STREET.
.Dealers in this vicinity will do w 1 R. H. Morris, Moderator.C. .
to write or call on C. H. Dame, th M. Brown, Clerk. Have received the dience will greet the distinguished
Ocala candy man, in reference to sup \ tra vcler.I

plying them with taffy candy. He A GOOD MANe finest line of J. A. & SON
makes the best, any kind, and th AMERICA'S FAMOUS BEAUTIESLook PLTT4N
Wanted to Farm on SharesI I .
prices are right and the freight or express with horror on Skin Eruptions
will furnish horse, land and feed
rates lower than from Jackson I
Blotches, Sores, Pimples. They don't - .
ville or Palatka. 3 5 tf and give any good man special inducements I will
have them, nor any one who uses

a ply to to farm on W.shares.a Cam Ap-, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies &Commercial Bank -
SCHOOL PENING G Geilts' CollaIsGents' 1 I the face. Eczema or Salt Rheum ,
10 9 1 m dw Ocala, Fla. i I II I
vanish before it. It cures sore lips.
Not beiite, ale to use the Wart I chapped hands, chilblains. Infallible BRANCH OF
mann house/Wiss Sharpe and Mrs i I for Piles. 25c. at Anti-Monopoly COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE '
Center have / ted the Anderson We haven p rrels) of White Drugstore.

cottage on SrfconcNetreet, in the rear Star Flour, a spleMid flour, but a lit AndIn

of Dr. An erson's\ esidence, and tie dark, that w o rat $4 per bar TO THE LADIESOf CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO

will open tlfeir school xouday, October rel. The CtfhnichKl 1 & Son Co.
13th, at 9 a. m. Ocala and Marion County
I COWARD ACADEMY Grand Exhibition of Fall and Winter
Will x>pen next :Monday October"3. The young white men-boys, some G Neckcar I CEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD. ; -

at J.1 rl m. Full program of Jitoraryexercise of them-Jaby Gore, Kenon Gore, J. .I I i

will be given by tfte teachers W. Hale and Charles Hagan byname I
[, will exhibit the most varied, cheapest
and ddresses by the /cno.l officers t. who were arrested yestevdaje I II I prettiest, finest largest and the
an\ / at Grahamville for violating the --G. A. HUNTER.--
patrons. Let on
every I i! newest creations in Hats and Millij -
am\ I game law by shooting quail out of
rome bring their children the I Ocala. j nery Goods. We will exhibit also the .
sch/ol season, were given a hearing this
first day at the term. All
j latest Paris and New York craze in PRACTICAL and MECHANICAL
patrons and riends of the school are morning before Judge R. Bullock
{ shapes, viz., the Duchess of Marlboriough -
earnestly retmested/o assist by cashor and dismissed for'wallt of evidence and the Helen! Gould. 10-9dw2\v GUN AND LOCKSMITH. --
by fuhscri ton; /n the effort being against them.SULPHUR. i I

made to extent the term one mout h. REPAIRING A SPECIALTYBox

Let patrons crtgfe Monday prepared BATHS AT HOME Coe allif L Look K ... NOTICE, .. .
All 374, Opposite City Market. OCALA, FLORIDA.
to contribute. Hancock's Liquid Sulphur baths L person, firms or corporations t 4'

Following is \the full corps of are superior to those of the most eel, I I. engaged in business or occupations
teachers Principal. B. F. Hartwell requiring a license are required to
: ; ebrated sulphur springs, having the (.
assistants Miss & Y. Powell, MissC. additional advantage of being madeany I take same out October 1st, 1&02 for Fresh Meat and GameWe

A. Adams lrs.\II. W. Chandler, desired strength. Taking medi Them j the ensuing year. E. P. Thagard,

Mr A. Af Jones. M\s. I. J. Richardson cine by absorption into the systeI. II I R. Bullock, Tax Collector. ,
Mis/ I J County Judge. keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and -
A. E. Mirigay, Miss B. through the skin by taking medicated I I
Licenses Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
LaRoche: Miss Cynthia Alexander.The baths is a very efficient method o f are procured from the
corps of teachAys' is strong obtaining a constitutional treatment BOS.TONs I i tax collector. 9 8 dw 2 m Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made.

and fully competent to do the work;: |Haucock's Liquid Sulphur never fail:; W. L. JONES LONZO WALKER '
e..a o ,
satisfactorily.! Let every patron and l [to cure nil blood and skin troublesic u =:
r I II ? 1'! : Ylj 11Yp\ h''RaYS' Caulk24'T' Proprietor. Butcherf'
friend* rally to the support of ti For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore I are.rt 1
:>.1. :ll''
Store ;
i school. J i "' ( ::: ITV N/IAFRK I .EI_

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HOWARD ACADEMYThe I, Colored-.Folks' Column Ifff WlW,*FltNNF.i'S Bbeuma tliim-i.

Slow Starvation BEST FORT HEBOWELS "
Fall Term Will Begin Monday, KIDNEY"'BACKACHE"
Rev. J. E. A. Keelen EditorI
October 13, at 9 A. M. I I
is the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and Indigeillon.K ,
jour food remains undigested it can't build up thbody. The usual program of music, addresses | I
In fact, it does actual damage by decaying In tbl essays and readings will be I I Bishop Turner will visit Ocala,, All Urinary Bladder Diseases and CURE

stomach and poisoning the system.KO'DOL : yon b4\eO'L a regular healthy movement of the I I Tampa and Wildwood next week Dnhpoia' Me.11.
?ftl 11 presented by the school officers botrelsererr! day you'rent*:. or will tc Keep your
i II' oowcis open. ami l.eell i"Ime.lo the sDape of I We are informed that he will preach

Digests teachers and patrons. trauGitiu violent physic.t. eosins or,pill wont J i Uil> rfect>OlI. U:way dan or:l'rons.keeping ThE the I|{at the camp ground at Wildwood to- Ant1. lon poIY Drugstore, Ocala 1,0..
The patrons are requested to enter i ixjwela clear and clean is to take I
I I morrow week, October 19th. Special
1IR1I wi,' What You Eat. their children at the beginning of I
# CANDYCATHARTIC i! rates are given on S. A. L.

1)P) ; Kodol the sensible remedy. By digesting what you the term, and to be present at the i 4 t j Ike E. Tompkins has rented the L.ALEXANDEBPractical

eat it strengthens the body and at the same time rests opening exercises Monday morning. I
the stomach. This rest soon restores perfect health. Strenuous efforts are being made to I I D. W. Hall stand, where he will have .

/ \ Cathartics and stimulants only reach the symptoms. I Cedar Key and Homosassa oysters
have the school term extended
_____ ,\___ Kodol cures. It is Nature's tonic. one I TRADE MARK RGISTERED1ieasanr fresh every day. Call and see him. CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful
Fire years ago a disease the doctor.called dyspepsia took such a hold on me that I could month and all patrons and friends of
Scarcely go. I took quantities of pepsin and other medicine but nothing helped me. As a the school will have opportunity to Mr. W. J. Jenkins, of Santos,
drowning man grasps at a straw I grabbed at Kodol. I felt an improvement at once,and after estimates rfiade on all con-
a few bottles am sound and welL GEOBQX 8. MARSH, Attorney-at-Law Nocona,TeL pay their first cash subscriptions for 'I passed through the city yesterday on tract work. Gives .more and better

It can't help but do you good. that purpose next Monday morningat Palatable) ) Potent TasreGrod.DoGoo', his way home."Furnished work for the than other
ererNPkeu.tveakenorGripe., 1 I!v ,."-.;,(Jp Write money any
The II bottle contains 2! times as much(actual measurement)as the trial size which sells for SOc the school building. By paying free nrupe.! and bonk'et' on bea.xh Address rooms by the day or man in town. >
Prepared by E. C. DeWltt&:Co.. Chica o. Sold by all dealers. s.er1lar a..d,I..pu.(akes.,1ulltnaJ l, Stw Trk.AEEP sa
into the school treasury a proportionate week. Apply to Mrs. Mariah Anderson
: le11tfl'S Wlr-b Salve a soothing, healing application for piles, sores tad .
! IlflZCI skin dlse...... Beware ot counterfeits.For part each month, the fund to extend YOUR BLOOD CLEAN r .' 7 29 i' '

:sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores the term can be raised quite Mr. B. F. Collins, of Fairfield, is in J J. A, GOLYER & BROTHERSUITS

easily. It is sincerely hoped that all. the city attending to the business of

will subscribe freely to this object. Fresh Fist his deceased uncle. FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP

DR. MOFF TT'S i Cures Ciioiera-lofaDiiiin! The entire teaching force will beand I For good board and comfortable

Diarrhoea.Dysenttry the Bowel Troubles, announced later.Following Lake Weir Bream and lodging at reasonable rates, go to the Material Unequaled for the Price
I the program of opening Trout, also all kinds of Mack House on Exposition street,

f Fpi |Aids ChildrenofAnyAge.t. exercises: Salt and Fresh Water I Mrs. Malissa Mack, Proprietress. 3 12 CLEANING DYEING AND REPAIR '
e [(TEETHING I POWDER))! the Bowels, Strengthens 1. Music. Reading, Holy Bible.
A Fish received We were highly pleased last night ING NEATLY DONE
the Child and Makes every day.
Costs 25
cents at
'I!' > Only 'TEETHING to hear the sweet strains of music
S EASY. 2. Music. Address Free delivery to part
"Educationand any
r 'Or mall 25 tub to C. J. MOFFETT. M. DN ST. LOUIS MO. of the from the Ocala Cornet Band. Middle Fall Samples in Great Variety for!
OFFICE or D.H. HAKDT. Secretary of&;ate.Aram Tex, NOT.21.IaOO. Citizenship of Our Brother inBlack"Prot. city.
I have found Dr.Jfoffett'i! TEET IllS A.a splendid remedy and aid for my teething children. When my eldest Florida affords no better musicians I Inspection
bo,was a teething child, every-succeeding day warned UI that we would inevitably lose him. I happened upon B. F.- Hartwell. ICE IN ,, ANY QUANTITY I than Ocala. Our
TEETHIXA,and bezaa; at once arlmioUtennz it to him, and his improvement was ma ked in 24 hoars,and from 3. I boys play their
that day on he recuperated. I have constantly kept it and uael it since with my children and bare taken great Address, "The Public SchoolTeacher parts well. BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEYIN
pleasure sounding iu DMa to all mothers ot young children. 1 found it invaluable even after the teething Her Rights and Duties" Wm. Tucker
period pasted.
vas illlS.
D. H. HARDY. *
For sale Anti Miss C. A. Adams. If you want your dresses made in TOWN
by -Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores.
Stalls 5 and 7 MarketHermitage
the latest
0- __ __ 4. Music. I. style and according to the
most up to date fashions, carry your Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike
5. Essay "Come Let Us Live >
I sewing to Mrs. Francis Thomas, at ..
With Our Children"-Mrs. A. A.
her house near the county jail. NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
J I1ERB1T Jones.
Nine 6. Humorous reading-Miss Ani- Miss Cora Harvey, a graduate of Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, th

ca E. Murray. the Emerson Home, is in the city visiting Cotton Buyer
: -: !!:_ ]$_ 7, Music. Dairy Mrs. Simmons. P. 0. BOX 134

8. Reading, "Rules and Regina Mrs. Scott, of Jacksonville, came

of Pure Juices from Natural Roots. tions.-Mrs.. J. Richardson. Music The name of this Dai- to the city yesterday to spend some

all the vocal duet-Mrs. H. W. Chandler ry is a guarantee of time visiting her sister, Mrs. Minerva JOMAEfORElldlng

0 EGlllATES the Liver Stomach and Bowels, Miss Murray. absolute and Wilson. We wish her a pleasant -Has een -

H 9. Address for Trustees-Hon. R. purity I stay. SIDEWALKS lV6cALAFQffVwELVE
PeopleSuffer Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood
A. Burford. fine flavor of its *For clean beds and a first class table YEARS
Address for Board of Education at a quiet house, go to the "Yona
flURES Malaria Biliousness milk and cream CEMENT
Constipation! Supt. W. D. Cam. I, i House," next door south of the old LIMEyBRICK

from a U Weak Stomach and Impaired DigestIOn.Diseased Addresses for patrons-Dr. R. A. I Geo. B. I Bazar, Mrs. Delia Williams Proprietress PRICES REASONABLE '.

I M. Benton, Revs. R. S. Quarterman.I ... Tyler I \ tf ddress Free Delivery,

Every Bottle I Guaranteed d.t to Give Satisfaction t W. 0. Bartley and J. E. A. Keeler. : Box 82 J Ocala Mrfi. Evangeline Vogt goes to ShaJ OCALA, FLA.

L ARGF: >aOTTLl SMALL a0I3E3. Friday afternoon, October 10, at dy Grove today to spend some time,
Liver PJ ice, 50 Cents. 3 o'clock, a meeting of the teachers. I with her mother-in-law. .
t will be held [in Howard Academy I CAN I .
THE Rev.
; OTHER FELLOW T. T. Gaines passed through .
\ Prepared by JAMES BALLARD, SL louis Mo, | building, when grades, recitation .
i yesterday
en route for Wildwoo/1! The All Around Hustler
u0 iFFO hk
rooms and positions upon play Should you see "The Other Fel-i i opened a stall No.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstore grounds will be assigned.B. low" I ,
in town on October 14, kindly i to Rev. S. S. Bellamy the 10 in the
jew- City Market and he asks
,- ... -. -- -q F. Hartwell, Principal. i i !
ri -- I report him to the manager of the opera ; ery, notions, etc. Watch and clock i the patronage of the public In and'out
W.: D. Cam
County Superintendent
NEARING PORT !house, as he is wanted there. repairing a specialty. Satisfaction of the city.
I of Public Instruction. I I ,
Healthy I I guaranteed. tf 8 22

.T I Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, the well FORTY YEARS' TORTURETo NOTICE OF APPLICATION I Howard Academy opens Monday, NOTiCC: OF aPPL IC ION

H known poet and philanthropist, is 9 a. rn.Miss. 'I. \1'\, .
- 1I'I Fd now in the eighty-second year of her be relieved from a torturing For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of !i Rosa V. Sable, W. C. Rogers 'Fof: Tax Deed Under S/ction 8 Of

age, but is as keenly interested as Chapter 4SS8, Laws of Florida !j and E. B. McCants are in the city, Chapter 4888, Laws / Florida
I', Is not cold food but disease after 40 years' torture might .
each reporting an over-crowded tice is hereby gin that B. J.
ever whatever pertains to human
I .I''i fresh and 1 j ji I well cause the gratitude of anyone.That Notice is hereby given.. that. J. D.I i i school i Mitrell, purchaser II and '
1I I asking for
welfare and the an assistant
furtherance of all
I i I is Glymp, purchaser of Tax Certificate ; '7s. '
I what DeWitt's Witch Hazel I 302 and 3Gp, dated the 6th
l UncontamInated \i good causes. In her "ReminiscenI Salve did for C. Haney Geneva, 0 No. 1331;; dated the 6th day of Au I j teacher. day of August, A. Er 1900, has filed

.- '_ food free from bad I ," published last year, she closes He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel gust, A. I). l&OO! has filed said certifi-l i Miss Carrie Jacobs reports a very 'said certificate in niy office and has

the account of her long and fruitfullife cafe in office and has made -I large attendance also. made appli tion for tax deed to [Issue
taste and smell. my application !
Salve cured of
me piles after I hall'l i in acconLinc with the following poem: suftered 40 years." Curescuts, for tax deed to issue in accordance I j Mrs Silas, of Leesburg sister of certificate em ales the following

The ie; Odor1ess'Refrigerator "I have made a voyage on a golden burns, wounds, skin diseases. Beware with law. Said certificate embraces Mrs., Lollie Coffee, is in the city. described propertf situated (in Marion

river, of counterfeits. the following described prop- The orphanage under the auspicesof county, Florida, /oWit: S half of ne
ihe W. H. Mission Society of -th e quarter of se q/artet sec 29 and nw
erty situated in Marion county. Flor
'Neath clouds of-opal and of amethyst ; t '
of fluarteK
a quarter se sec 32, all in
I I ida, to-wit: South half of sw quarter iI j Second Bethlehem Association, will I i j tp 13, R. 20. The saidNand being as

Along its banks bright OA.STOnXA. sec 6, tp 17, U. 23. The said Iac-1: being !! soon open at Belleview. It Is on a j sessed at thy date of th Issuance of
The fist'' You Has I
].. a Sc t-otiiic: 1're-H.TVtT ot P.I air i is.<,jwrtoctlj arranged that odors from fruits. moving ever, rL //for / I )I known. said certiffeate shall
6>-h,ctc:., are cairkd ulf and out and do nut come And threatening shadows moiledinto 7; .i' of such certificate in the name I Let all the patrons subscribe to i j Ujfless ,
.1/ I be according to tax
redeemfed aw,
ID with
l'ullta.-t the ce as in all other refrigerators.. lengthen the Howard
mist. of "TVm. Hampton. Unless said certificate Academy deed wIll/be issued thereto\ n the

"The shall be redeemed according I school term. llth day; Ot October, A. D. 1902.?
rO dAoOrEIMeAsRsk eye. unpracticed, sometimeslost GUARDIAN'S NOTICENotiC'e ,
The to law, tax deed will be issued thereto Mrs. Ellen Summers Is In the city. Witnais my official signature and

the current, on the 25th day of October A. D.I j I Our sick list is rapidly increasing seal ibis the 6th day of Septe er,
:r built oi Solid uai, golden oak finish, and is lined When wild of the I :
some rapid tide is hereby given that the undersigned A. D. J902. S. T. Sistrun
with Zu .
Enimol and kk'kid-I Superiorto and physicians 1
1902. our
are kept
UUf-luiinir U'IJUMJ there are No Joints and NJ did whirl, will on December 6th. I very ClerkjCircuit Court of Marion count .
Mfc-ht iTJCks III oin: with disease-gems and filth Witness my official signature ando busy. 'I Florida.
While yet a Master hand beyond the 1902, at ten o'clock a. m., present t
'Hi P E ISEP.VFC CO. CHATTANOOGA,TENN., UItGU. seal this the 15th clay of September, 1 Ring up Central again. The editor f .
,...,. .". r. ', torrent the Hon. Robert Bullock Judge of 1
crt.fr1erkODtDTHE A. D. 1902. S. T. Shtrunk. I is coming for those_ few dimes. NOTICE OF APPLICATION
OCALA FURNITURE CO. Freed my frail shallop from the Probate, Marion county, Florida, my I
Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county, i i Rev. J. H. Davis carried three For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of

perilous swirl. annual report for confirmation, as Florida. ii I children to the deaf and dumb school 1::1 1. chapter 4888, Laws of Florida

NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE "Music went with me fairy flute and guardian for Josie Limbaughand _____ __ '1 at St. Augustine, Fla., this week. Notke Is hereby given that W. W.

Notice is hereby given that under viol, Arthur Hodge, minors.C. I Clyatt, Jr., purchaser of Tax Certificate -

and by virtue of a certain final dc- The utterance of fancies half expressed C. Rawls, Guardian. I I NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor I The following teachers are in the Nd, 4468, dated October 3rd,
city: Mrs. M. E. Falana, Mrs. Susie[ 1898, an Certificates Nos. 1370, 1372

ciee, made and entered on the 13th I Tax Deed Under Section 8 of,f McDuffie, Misses Jessie Ruth, Angel- and 1911, Itoted the 6th day of August
day of April, A. D. 1900 by the Hon. And with these, steadfast, beyond I A. D.\500, has filed said certificate -
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida me Lovelace, L. C. Taylor and MariaB. '
William A. locker judge of the circuit pause or trial, I in my oce and has made appli-
J court, fifth judicial circuit of The deep majestic throb of Nature's I! For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of I Notice is hereby given that L. D. Lewis and :Mr. R. B. Sutton.Don't cation for tax. deed to issue In ac-

Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida Marsh, purchaser of Tax Certificate forget your church services cordance .with\law. Said certificate
Florida sitting in chancery for Marion breast. No. 1757! dated the 6th day of Au- tomorrow. embraces \followlng described

county, in a certain cause "My journey nears its close-in some Notice is hereby given that W. W. gust, A. D. 1900, has filed said certificate property situated in Marion county

wherein Ella O. Browne was complainant still haven Clyatt, purchaser of Tax Certificates I I in my office and has made application Florida, to-wit: drove tract 293, SIlver -

and Charles W. WhitP and My bark shall find its anchorage of Nos. 1882, 1883, 1884, 1S85, 1890 and I I for tax deed to issue in accordance -I GOES LIKE HOT CAKES Springs Park,\a Quarter: of ne
with law. Said certificate quarter, sec 26, and \*. half of ne quarter -
rest 1892, dated the 6th day of August, A. I "The fastest selling article I havein
Mrs. Emma A. White defendants ;
embraces the following described and e half of nw Quarter, see 34,
the undersigned special master When the kind Hand, whi--a every II D. 1900, has filed said certificates in property situated in Marion county, my store," writes Druggist C. T. all In tp 16, R. 20; 1J} \quarter of ne

In chancery, appointed in and by good has given, my office and has made application Florida to-wit: W half of nw quarter Smith, of Davis, Ky., "is Dr. King', quarter of ne quarter, sec 11, tp 17,

Opening with wider grace, shall for tax deed to issue in accordancewith I and se quarter of nw quarter and New Discovery for Consumption, I R. 22. The said land beg assessedat
aid decree to execute the will
same ne quarter of sw quarter, sec 13, tp the date of the/issuance of such
law. Said certificates embracethe Coughs and Colds because it !
give the best. i always
on 116, R. 24. The said land being as-I certificate in the name of nknown.
following described property situated sessed at the date of the issuance of i cures. In my six years of sales i it I I Unless said certificate sha be redeemed
Monday, the 3rd of November
day ,
I I in Marion county, Florida to- such certificate in the name of Un has never failed. I have known it to I according to law, taV deed
A. D. 1902, I "IT GOES RIGHT TO THE SPOT" known. Unless said certificate shall will be issued thereto on th\ 11th
i wit: Lots 17. 18, 19, 20, 29, 30. 31 save sufferers from Throat and Lung
be redeemed according to law, tax j day of October" A. D. 1902.
Between 11 a. m. and 2 p. m., i in r When irritation exists and 32, sub of s half of se quarter, I I deed will be issued thereto on the !I! diseases, who could get no help from Witness my ?'official signature nd

front of the south door of the courthouse pain or on sec 30; lots 2 to 6 and 13 to 28 incl 18th day of October A. D. 1902. |[ doctors or any other remedy." Mothers seal this the 6th day of September,

in the city of Ocala, Marioncounty any part of the body, the applicationof 1 Witness official and A. D. 1902. S. T. Sistrun
sub of sw quarter, sec 30; lots 5 to 12 my signature rely on it, best physicians prescribe

Florida, offer and expose for Hallard's Snow Liniment will give Incl sub of nw quarter of ne quarter, I I seal this the 6th day of September, it. and the AnU- fonopoly Clerk Circuit Court of Marion count
prompt relief. "It goes right to the I 1902. S. T. Sistrunk, I Florida. >
-sale, and will then and there sell to sec 31; lots 1, 2, 15 and 16, sub of n !iClerk Circuit Court of Marion county, Drugstore guarantees satisfaction or -Al \
: sail old who rub-
spot an man. was
the highest aud best bidder for cash{ i, half of nw quarter and se quarter of I I Florida. I II refunds price. Trial bottles free. I "
bon\ it in, to cure his rheumatism. i
In hand the following described real I ]I nw quarter sec 31; lots 5 to 12 fuel Regular sizes, 50c. and '
i C. R. Smith. Propr. Smith House, I'I o $1f F pr Tax- Deed Under Sec on 8 of
property, situated in Marion county, I sub of w half of nw quarter, sec 32; In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
Tenaha. Texas, writes: "I have userfHallard's
}Florida and particularly described lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. 11, 12, 14, 17, 18, 19, Judicial Circuit of Marion county, the Circuit Court, Fifth JudicialCircfttf otlce is hereby given that Lucas

as follows, to-wit: All that lot. 'I Snow Liniment in my family 20. 21, 22, 29, 30, 31 and 32, sub of se Florida, in chancery. William W. I II of the state of lorida, Marion & ftarnes, purchasers of /Tax Certificate -
tract ; for several years, and have found unty. \No. 748, dated the 6th day of August -
and parcel of land in the town I
quarter sec 12 and se quarter of ne
of I it to be a fine remedy, for all aches: ; I I Clyatt, complainant. Mary Jane I II This\ use came on to/be heard on ,\. D. 1900, has flle/l said certificate
Citra. Marion county, Florida, and l quarter; and nw quarter of sw quarter I Starke, defendant the applration of Mar* Aldora Nor i in\my office and has made application
and pains, and I recommend it for I
described as being lot number ono 'I I of section 32; and s half of ne i It is ordered that Mary Jane wood a married woman, to take Ttor tax deed to issue In ac-

.. of block number six in the SusannaWilbur pains in the throat and chest." 25c., quarter of sw quarter of sec 6, tp 15s I Starke, the defendant, herein namedbe I charge of and mans / her own estate cordance\with law. )aid certificate
50c. and $1 at Anti-Monopoly Drug II and the report jjf the master embraces Njie following described
plat of the aforesaid town of store. R. 21 e. All in township 17, Range and she is hereby required to ap-I I with the testimony taken by him, property sited irf Marion county

Citra as shown in the records of ihe E 21. The said land being assessed I pear to the bill of complaint in said finding her com ieat, and the court Florida, to-wit OI; alf of ne quarter

clerk's office of :Marion county, Florida at the date of the issuance of I cause onMonday I II having considered e same when it and ne quarter ofySe! quarter and sw

the same being sold to satibfy ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, FI said certificates in the name of Un- is considered, ordered and decreed quarter of se qua/h r, sec 19, tp 14,
that the report of JheScaid master be R. 23. The said JandSbeing assessed
said final decree and costs. NAL DISCHARGEAs I the 3rd Day of November, A.I
known. Unless said certificates shall and the same isjconfirtaed, and the at the date of t/e issuance of such
Carlos L. Sistrunk, the administrator of the estateof be redeemed according to law, tax I D. 1902 I II said; applicant I iaf authorised to take certificate in the name of'} 0. Cor-
J. B. Wilson, deceased, I will, on
Special Meter in Chancery the deed will be issued thereto on the 8th I It is ordered that a copy of this or I charge of and jhanage hV own estate dery. Unless said certificate shall
and property and to \ecome a be redeemed ftccordir* to taw, tax
Neil 1. ;
Allredy omplainant's Solici- day of November A. D. 1902. der be published once a week forfour I
20th Day of February, 1903, : free dealer in/every respect to contract deed will be ssued thereto onvthe
tory 'I Present my accounts and vouchers to Witness my official signature and I consecutive weeks in the Ocala I I and be Contracted: with.Vo sand ue 11th day of October, A. D. 1902.

\ I the county judge of Marion county seal this the 3rd day of October, A. Evening Star. '! to be sued, and to bind herself i in Witness my official signature ar

FOUND for settlement and ask for a final din D. 1902. S. T. Sistrunk, Done this the Srd:: day of October,, all respect/as fully as if she were seal this tle) 6th day of September
41 charge. This 18th day of August, unmarried/ At chambers in Ocala, A. D. 1902./ S. T. Sistrunk, \
buns keys. Call at post Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county, A. D. 1D02. S. T. Sistrunk,
19)2. Stewart Raney: Florida, August 30th. 1902. Clerk Circuit Court of Marlon county,

office, 8 22 C m Administrator. Florida. Clerk Circuit Court. / W. S. Bullock, Judge. Florida. ..
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Washington, D. C., Phone 2 Did you hear what "The Other Millinery Announcement

SEED at TYDIfGS & East Florida: Partly ; "OTHER FELLOW" I Fellow" done in the third act? It

r0: :S. good. joke. ,Ask Manager Sylvester ,
. with showers in north was a

Fresh at the Hole in-the Wall. portions; cooler in north ; the first attraction of of the :Marion Opera House. Mrs.. L. T. Tompkins, Ocala's most fashionable

eggs Sunday fair.DEAFNESS. "The Other Fellow,'' a I He will tell you.OYSTERS. milliner, will give to the ladies this fall and winter the

Limeade from fresh limes at Trox- will be at the open : OYSTERS! finest, largest most elegant line of .
ler's. CANNOT BE night, October 14.

by local applications as sale at the Post Office .
You will find an oyster opener often Pattern Hats
J. B. Gore, of Connor, was In town reach the diseased portion .
years': experience at W. L. Jones
There is only one way to .1
today. ness, and that is by ROOMS stalls, G and 8, City Market. Guar- ever- shipped into the state. One hundred Paris Pattern
anteed clean and first class in
Fat, yellow bananas at the Hole lathe remedies. Deafness is furnished, airy and every Hats to select from. There can be no copy for such art.
.. respect. The famous Sol Aytch, oyster -
Wall. inflamed condition of the a
rooms to rent young opener. Fresh oysters every day.

ing of the Eustachian W. Broadway street. 3 2w Prices, 30 cents a quart; 15 cents a '
Celery Phosphate at the Postofflce this tube is inflamed you No Competition
... pint. Free delivery.
Drugstore. bling sound or imperfect OYSTERS

when It is entirely closed j just received fresh oys BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONSAre All former efforts surpassed in the preparations -
Flower Pots, all sizes, at McIver & I the result, and unless the
MacKay's. tion can be taken out ) 6 and 8 at city market spoiled by using any kind of made for the grandest display of artistic millinery when

restored to its normal have them daily. preparation that fills the pores of the I the season opens at the right time. Mrs. Tompkins 4

C. C. Ilawls} of Elmwood, was In hearing will be ; to any part W.of L. the skin. The best way to secure a I will convince you that buying at home is the correct
clear complexion, free from sallow-
town today. nine cases out of ten. are idea and will best. The milliner who lives at
ness, pimples, blotches, etc., is to pay you
, Catarrh, which is nothing HOME WANTED keep the liver in good order. An occasional home, whose goods please you for twelve months in the I
Mephlsto Copying Pencils. Ocala flamed condition of the
News Co. faces. to .rent for one year, with dose of Herbine will cleanse year is the one to patronUe, the one who cares to please

.We will give One of two years, a place in the bowels, regulate the liver, and so and will show you this season the prettiest Outing Hats

about a mile and a half establish:: a clear, healthy complex '
W. M. Ross, of Fort White, was in for any case of Deafness ever made for ladies and children. Ribbons, Silks and
town today.GEORGIA. catarrh) that cannot be square in Ocala. Must ion. 50c. at Anti-Monopoly Drug- Velvets. Full stock ofGENERAL a
or ten acres of good land store.
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Apply at this office. 3
SEED RYE at the McCarthy lars, free.
Store. F. J. CHENEY & CO., SCHOOL CRAYON MilliNERYOpposite
Sold by Druggists, 75c. Strictly. high grade school crayon.

Sweet Milk and Buttermilk at the Hall's Family Pills are Belgian Hares. Call on R. lOc. per box. Ocala News Co.
at Hubbard & racDUff'S
Hole in the Wall. Liddon's Stable
Jame Roach, of the } sto\e. j? (Ct d Mrs. Booe is having. a splendid awl -

R. A. Reed, of Jacksonville, is at ship Co. and Central of increasing business at the Montezuma -- a

the Ocala house way, and W. H. Price, STOCb/OF HATS Cafe.
\ &
Collier's publishing h eived Jaay a big and com
CHERRY BLOOM at the Post Offlee the city today. ofsls for everybody in Radishes, mustard, turnips and ,

Drug Store wiarer styles. greens fresh every morning at the
Get a free sample of J. Cha bers Shoe Co. Hole in the Wall. ... ...
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I. W. Burnell, of Louisville,'Ky., is'' Stomach and Liver ,.,-

at the Ocala House. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. THOMAS' I iW: Mr. Uhlmer, of Conant, was in i

easier to take and more just received aVsmall ship- town today. The most exquisite line ofLADIES'

New York Cabbage twice a week at effect than pills. Then the famous Thomas Ink, in .

the Hole in the Wall. not followed by pints. The best in the PARSLEY PLANTSAt

,ten the case with pills. bookkeepers and recorders. '
the Hole in the Wall
James Harrison, of Norfolk, Va., is 2f e. per box. Ocala News Co. DRESS GOODS

at the Montezuma. Mrs. I,'. L. Mayo went to Summer-

George Reeves, WANTED field today to visit:; her son, Nathan,
Don't forget the Montezuma. It is Rhcinauer and a brother children
take school from for a week.Reductions. ... Can be seen now
netting a splendid table.S. Reeves, of that house, to board who desire to at

to the city and will be Ocala High School this sea In BOX PAPERS to -
D. Means, of Gainesville, was at ton Store.
who such
can give ac
make stock for the
room for our new ii
the Montezuma yesterday.The at a reasonable rate Store
fall. Don't buy until; you look at out IVly
For hog or chicken Principal Yarn, of the Ocala
!>lock. The Post Office Drug Store.J. .
place to go for seed for fall ternational Stock Food. 9 23; dCt wit

planting is i Tydings & Co.'s. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. / G. Spurlirf w&s called to Haw- r 'The latest designs of Black
The Most Exquisite Line of
FERTILIZERS kinsville; .../|alai on account. of Raised Peerola, from $1 todies'
Coke Dandruff Cure never fail has I L
C. J.
Phillips Plain and
has been appointed. the serious illness of his fath< r. W. FancyWaistin&s 125.
At the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. visit to his orange Massey I ,
for the above named high H. Spurlin. The latest designs of Broad.

( Mrs. Robert Taylor and children verde. Masters'c and those needing them -. .-.'-,--- cloth, in black, green, castor,

Ireturned yesterday from Eustis. Read "Michael their best interests by A. D. Wentworth teacher at Berlin :-. navy, brown and royal blue l at

W. 0. Massey, Local was in town today and sub- 75c. to 125.
In the Latest
great novel, a story of Very
.scribed for the'Star. Flannel for dresses at from 35c
Fla. d&w-9-9-tf
Drawing Paper 6x12, 100 sheets for and adventure. For ..-.
5 cents at the Anti-Monopoly Drug Ocala News Co. to 50c. .
store. WOOD! STOVE WOOD! We make the filling of prescriptions Silk Waistings! from 50c. to 95c. Black Henrietta Superior, 75c.
our special business, and with
I EYES examined by I Wood, phone or drop a Flannel Waistings, from 40c. to to $1.25.Black .
I and low prices have
i'S. A. Standby left today for Kentucky methods. No Charge. I the OCALA SPOKE AND care built promptness a good business. We want $1. Henrietta from 35c. to 50c.
to buy a-earload of horses and all the time. State length of up I Black Silk Warp Cassimere, $1Flannelette
your trade and will be pleased to from 10c.
Jes.Our. Ocala Waistings, to $1.25.Black .
I teed. : have you ask your physician to leave
to 35c. ; Cassimere, from 10 to 75c.
barber I your prescriptions with Tydings & ....... .'po.... _
Celery Phosphate pleases ani For sprains, swellings -Men to learn Co. .

., who drink it. The Postofflce Dru- ness there is nothing practice, qualified I 4Mrs : My stock is the most complete that I have had
in short .
store. more experience I
Chamberlain's Pain years elsewhere, tools giv-! S. J. Merck, of Eus\is\ arrived ,I for many years, and you can be suited if ypu are
For sale by yesterday to make her home with i
Oysters served In all styles and at included, wages Saturdays.' looking for desirable goods.
her daughter, Mrs. Booe, at the Mon-
all hours at the Montezuma Restaurant /A great deal of cotton 1893. Particulars and tezuma. .. -
mailed free. MoXrr Bar
'in th
today by .larmers
Gb.{ New Orleans, La.
Eby our dealers, .' .K. OUT OF DEATH'S JAWS M FISHEL
The closing of the Jewish stores in ''Geo. Giles & Co.
I "When death seemed very near
the city today made a big differencein \"-' LYCEUM
from a severe stomach and liver
trade. We have on hand a are not a subscriber to the
that 1 had suffered with for I
T plete stock of box it will be to your advantage THE OTHER FELLOW Cabbage, lettuce, mustard, radish

Choice meals to order, any hour of pens, pencils, ink and secure a ticket before years," writes P. Muse, Durham, N and all other fall garden seeds at Ty--

the day and to midnight, at the Montezuma I and see them. Tydings I ; number is reached. Four C., "Dr. King's New Life Pills saved' If you can discover "The Other dings &'Co.'s.
life and perfect health:
Hotel. I I my gave the house Octo-
you to a double ticket Fellow" at opera on
Mr. E. G. Hammond, I II I R. H. Morris, Best pills on earth and only 25c. at ber 14 and get Into conversation H. S. Hampton, o"f Tampa, (is at the

George L. Starks, of Boston was I with the Boston Store I Manager. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. i with him, you certainly will enjoy Ocala House. -

among yesterday's arrivals at the I two months, returns to --- --- --- his company.

Ocala House. Sunday to accept his I CANDY DEPOT MarionOpera When you wane up .with a bad
taste in mouth, go at once to
with C. H. Snider's great I fresh candies every week THE WORST FORM your

Chickens do well when fed International store. I you to inspect same before Multitudes are singing the praises the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and geta
They can please you and free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach .
Poultry Food. Sold at the HouseOne of Kodol, the new discovery which is
satisfaction. Whitman's and Liver Tablets. One or two
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
LOOK OUT FOR are first class and second to making so many sick people well and
doses will make you well. They
Biliousness and liver i Night Only woak people strong by digesting
Cherry Bloom, the new drink, made this season may be I what they eat, by cleansing and also cure biliousness, sick headacheand

especially for the ladies, 5 cents at cleansing the system SCHOOL SUPPLIES October 14 sweetening the stomach and by constipation. .

the Post Office Drug Store. Little Early Risers. I by far the most complete Tuesday transforming their food into the kind

little pills do not gripe. pencil tablets (several sizes of pure, rich, red blood that makes T. W. Hood, of Dunnellon, was la

There were twenty-one arrivals the bowels gently, but very largest in town for 5 The New Musical Comedy vcu feel good all over. Mrs. Cran111 town today.

yesterday at the Ocala House and I by reason of the tonic ) pencils, pens, rulers, irk mu- : of Troy, I. T., writes: "For a

twenty-eight at the Montezuma. give tone and strength crayons, for the school THEOTHER number,of years I was troubled. with We fill prescriptions carefully, and

use, of any house in town :indigestion and dyspepsia, which deliver promptly, using the best

The Marion Cigar Co. are making a Buy Grove's Chill I .Ocala News Co. jrew into the worst form. Final!. I drugs that money can buy. Ask your

big reputation on their cigars and ti-Monopoly Drugstore. I was induced to use Kodol and after physician to leave your prescriptionswith

smol;H:;. On sale by Ocala News Co. MOTHERS using! four bottles I am entirely us. The Post Office Drug Store.
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keep their children in I cured. 1 heartily recommend Kodolto

Miss Miriam Robarts, of Altoona, should watch for the FELLOW all sufferers from indigestion a'id Robert Taylor returned. today from

returned home today after a, delightful Flp lolloiii I I of worms, and re dyspepsia." Take a dose after meals.It South Florida, ..

visit to Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. with White's Cream Ver digests what you eat. AntiMonopoly -

Duggan. By It is the children's best Drugstore.Rev. At Taylor's you can get the best
Lollypop. Grape Phosphate Soda and
gets digestion at work so
With twenty other drinks as good as can
Laxative Chocolates cures Chronic food does them good, and J. C. Porter went to Blitchton be served from any fountain.A. .
SKilled i
Constipation and Liver Troubles. I up healthy and strong. today and will preach tomorrow at

Pleasant to take. Purely Vegetable. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. the'Baptist church. P. Malloy, of Lowell, was In
Guaranteed by Anti-Monopoly Drug- HarryWest town today.WANTED. .

store. CANDY CHEAP Cigars and Tobacco are one of our
', I I II II 1 specialties. We keep a full line. C. 5 YOUNG MEN from

Taylor has'just received sev- E. Taylor. Marion county at once to prepare for
Edraond Sattler, Geo. W. Hammond I I
i pounds of fine choco- The German Dialect Comedian positions in the Government Ser-
and E. J. Hecht, of Baltimore, I have a very complete '' "The Other Fellow" at the Marion
bonbons, that he can sell And Hisi vice. Aiply; to Interstate Corres.
knights of the sample case, came in Samples, also a big II i Opera House next Tuesday night.
Inst. Cedar Rapids, la. Sep. 27.
I 30 cents per pound. Don't t ,
at noon today and are at the Ocala ]i iHoure. Goods for Suits and i
: and see my samples j I I I it. I NUNNALLY'S CANDIES, always Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Is Indorsed

measure taken. |I I Every Song a Gem! fresh and as good as any on the mar and prescribed by many fading -
When you cannot sleep for cough- the business should ; Every Line a Laugh! ket. We get them by express weekly physicians throughout the count

Ing, it is hardly necessary that any LIFE I Every Dance a Revelation! and one trial will convince you try for all blood and skin troubles.
Respectfully, i Costume Creation! all that is claimedfor Hundreds of cases of eczema and other -
one should tell :you that you need a want to restore your kidneys: Every that the goods are
I i -- them. The Post Office Drug skin disease have been perma-
few doses of Chamberlain's Cough I former healthy state
Remedy to allay the irritation of the Jerry II I I Kidney Cure-50 cents .it | Applause, Laughter, Convulsions. Store. nently cured, by the use of HaLCoek'a

throat, and make sleep possible. It I! Drugstore. 1 An Evening of Delight. Liquid Sulphur, after all other reme

Is good. Try it. For sale by AntiMonopoly Merchant .1 I I I Prices: 50c., 75c. and $1. Seats The new drink Celery Phosphateat I dies failed. For sale by Antl-Moaop-

Drugstore. One Door North of at the Hole in the Wall. on sale at Post Office Drug Store the Postoffice Drugstore. oly Drug Co.t .


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EVENING STARBITTINGER AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW THE FIRST STEPOf A MANIAC MURDERERAn i.z :0.::. 'i'i.._ _;',':: :"_:. :;:.:"::_::_:::. --:_ _: -_.::::.; ._ r---u.. c-,

the child is an event in the mother'slife.
Christian How proud she feels when the Insane Boy Kills His Mother and

and COMPANY Evangelist A. S. Worrell, of Louisville attempt to walk is begun 90 early as to Two Sisters and Fearfully Wounds
evidence childish courage and sturdy
Proprietors and Publishers. .1 Ky., will preach in the Christian I! strength. Such pride should be enjoyedby I Another Sister and Two Brothers

church at :3 p. m. tomorrow. All every mother. But it often happen I
I Pittsburg, Pa., Oct 11.-While la-
that the child is timid,
C. L. are invited to come and hear him.
weak and deficient in .iii: boring under mental aberration, the
Editor and Business Manager.R. vitality,and clings to themother'
I result of the strain of perfecting an ,
Methodist arms with no '
R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. I desire to walk or play. I appliance for patents on an airbrake
Sunday school at 9:30: a. m. for infants and Children.
Mothers should learn which are pending in Washington
--- Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 ;;I. that to have children -
strong D. C., Charles Cawley, a 17
I Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- /
A sixteen page edition of the Lake m. Morning" subject, "The Model I they be must, for themselves the- : year old boy of Homestead, Pa. yesterday goric, Drops and Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant. It

City Index, advertising the state fair Church. child's strength strong is -' I killed his mother and one sister contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
at 3 substance. It destrosVornlS and Feverishuess.
Junior League p. m. allays
and other matters, has just been received. the gift of the : and seriously injured four other
Senior League at 4 It cures Diarrb a and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth
We could judge better of p. mother. children. He also tried to kill his ing: Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the
The use of Dr. C
the merits of the matter if it were Everybody welcome.H. Pierce' FavoritePrescription two older brothers, but was detected Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. &. .
Dutill, Pastor. The Children's Panacea-The Mother' Friend. .,
not so badly printed as to be almost by overpowered and turned over to k '

unreadable. The pictures and biographies expectant them mothers health the police. The Kind You Have Always Bought
Baptist gives
of a number of prominent The weapon used was an axe, with .

Floridians appear in the paper, Sunday school, 9:30 promptly. give and their strength chil.area. to- which he crushed and hacked his Bears the Signature of

among those of Judge W. S. Bullock 11:00: preaching by Dr. A. S. Wor It nourishes I I victims beyond recognition.

(the Index has labeled him "Judge rell, of Louisville, Ky. Theme, "Bi the nerves, I The dead:
., strengthens the body and gives great I
N. ble Holiness." The choir will ren- II Mrs. Hannah Cawley, aged forty
W. T.? Bullock"), S. T. SIstrunk, muscular strength and elasticity, so that I 1
M. Allred and E. W. Davis. These der the anthem, "Rock of Ages," the baby's advent is practically painless. I years, head and upper portion"/(if I I ;

are all good looking men, but their 1. Sudds. "I hive been cuing Dr. titrct't Jfovorite Prescription I body almost pounded to a jelly. # .
and can it ia just what advertise -
say you
faces as portrayed in the Index peer 7:30: preaching by pastor, "Be it to be and can cheerfully recommend it," I Belle Cawley, aged twelve, vho In Use For Over 30 Years.
I writes Mrs. Victor Hadin, of Leonardtille,
Sure Your Sin Will Find You Out. J.
slept with her mother, head fright-
at the reader dimly, as though Riley Co.. "I began taking it just two TNe er"TAu._COM_ v, T7 h NW_ _r. "K.. _
.A" II.U"AV. I e..lTv. _
through the smoke of a kettle, and Anthem, "Softly Now the Light of month before baby came and was greatly) benefited fully crushed. .Z <.::-:::::-::.-.:::?:-=,::* ';;Ic'--o.::: [-- _.c.-;::;_.::.:.:::;.::. (i_:. : __ .:'_c -_= -::. -__::_ __ _. __
its The doctor who attended me
by use. ----- --- --
we must say in their defense that it Day," Schilling. laid I did about as well a one he had seen The injured are:
4 Seats free. All cordially welcomed. l. (as I was sick only about three hours), aDd also I Joseph, the of the family,
was not their faces that needed that your 'Favorite Prescription' was 'the one baby

washing, but the rollers of the press patent We medicine1 now have a which darling he baby did have boy,faith strong in.and aged fifteen months, head and chest ATTENTION !

that butchered their otherwise: handsome healthy who weighed niue pounds when born battered.
(July Kith). During this month he has gained
countenances. Legislator R. B. THE OTHER FELLOW three and one-half pounds.* Adeline, aged six, skull fract gyred. Farn1ers

Bullock alto has a corner, but got off "Favorite Prescription" makes weak Raymond, aged six, twine of Adeline .

his women strong, sick women well. Acceptno head horribly injured. --. '.-...
light-by not sending picture. What "The Other Fellow" won'tdo substitute for the medicine which AND "'"

They all should sue the Index for to make mischief is plentyandif works wonders for weak women. Agnes aged ten, head crushed.

libel. The pictures of the Florida you want to gee some of his antics The People's Common Sense Medical The mother and eldest sister were S1ocI: n1en
Agricultural College and of the Pea- Adviser, a book containing 1008 pages, is instantly killed, Adeline and Raymond I
call at the opera house on October given Send 21 one-cent stamps 'I ,
body High School indicate that those 11th. or expense of mailing only,for the book I died a few hours later and the YOU KNOW AND APPRECIATE THE NEED OF HAY. WITH A

famous institutions are most healthy in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the others are not expected to live. LITTLE ATTENTION YOU CAN EASILY SUPPLY YOUR WANTS.
from both being volume bound in cloth. Address Dr.
places to keep away ,
HIS LIFE IN PERIL"I R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. GET
surrounded by black spots that are IT HAPPENED IN A DRUGSTORE"One
of malaria flies of I ADeering
.either lumps or just seemed to have gone all to day last winter a lady came Mower
unusually large proportions. pieces," writes Alfred Bee, of Welfare to my drugstore and asked for a .

& the papers of this special edition are Tex. "Biliousness and a lame brand of cough medicine that I did vim.

like those which came to Ocala, the back had made life a burden. I Mrs. D. M. Hick will have her annual I not have in stock," says Mr. C. R.

people of Lake City will be perfectly couldn't eat or sleep and felt almost fall and winter millinery opening Grandin, the popular druggist of On-

excusable if they lynch Editor Ap--i too worn out to work when I began on tario, N. Y. "She was disappointedand

pleyard, and the managers of the I to use Electric Bitters, but they October 15, 16 and 17 wanted to know what cough
state fair had better confiscate his worked wonders. Now I sleep like a preparation I could recommend. I y
it until the fair is At which time she will display one of
and lock
press up top, can eat anything, have gained in .. said to her that I could freely recom-
the prettiest lines of fine and stylish
over. strength and enjoy hard work." They mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedyand
Millinery ever seen in Ocala. For a
give vigorous health and new life to that she could take a bottle of "
great many years Mrs. Hick ha.;?
THE OTHER FELLOW weak, sickly, run-down people. Try the remedy and after giving It a fair
made a trip to the Eastern markets "
them. Only 50c. at Anti-Monopoly trial if she did not find it worth the .,.; ':
and sect her head trimmer there every ,
This play, hough new to Qcala, L i Drugstore. season and they have both made I) money to bring back the bottle and 1EPc1&V.

promised to he one of the best at- I i I I would refund the price paid. In the ,
a careful study of the styles and
tractions appea 'ng here this season Any one wishing to buy, sell, rentor course of a day or two the lady came
knowing the tastes of their customers
The title in Itself is one' that would i lease property in Ocala or vicinity back in company with a friend in
so well have always made most
cause the unknowns wonder he : will do well to consult F. W. Dit- need of a cough medicine and ad-
Ii' happy selections. Mrs. Hick andMrs.
meaning of. MA Harry West, the' to. Toph's office, Montezuma Block, Connolly have both just re i vised her to buy a bottle of Chamber- r: dr

German dialect cflnifcdian I" who has a Ocala, Fla. 10 9 dtf lain's Cough Remedy. 1 consider
i turned from the East, where they
universal reputation for his peculiarand I that a very good recommendation for
I bought the fine stock for this s<'a'son'
original comedy work, and a POPULAR BOOKS I the remedy." It is for sale by AntiMonopoly -
& business, and since their re- ;
caiefully selected ompany, will ap I We have now in stock over fifty turn have been very busy, with Miss Drugstore. ;.. ; r,. 4

pear'. at the opera. ouse on Tuesday, different books of the newest and Ccnagan and other assistants with A
., October 14 and lovers of good, clean most novels of SCHOOL SUPPLIES F
t popular the day. artists' in
deft fingers eyes, get- The Best- Machine in the World
comedy an desirou\ of seeing something I Many of them have never been offered ting ready for the opening. Mrs. PI\lers . . . . . ./Be.

q new should not miss this op- for sale in Ocala before. Seethe Hick has many beautiful pattern I Le\ier size tablets . .'. 0/:. 5c. They Cost but a Trifle Compared with the Money They Will Make You.

portunityComplications t that are window display. hats, and a profusion of handsome I NotX size tablets . J. 5c. I We are Headquarters for the DEE RING MOWING MACHINE. Come

indescribable take place during they 'The Ocala News Co. feathers, plumes and velvets. Her I i Good 'nk tablets . .J.. .. 5c. ''I and Examine Them and You Will Buy One. .

action/of the play; intact, it is one stock of ready-to-wear ladies', miss I Color crayons . .j/. . .Sc. r WE ALSO HAVE HAY RAKES.

contiguous laugh. In addition to the Hancock's Liquid Sulphur cure I es' and children's hats, is complete. School Vrayon . ,.. . .lOc.

coraeay, a number on high class skin troubles of every nature. No The ladies are cordially invited to I Pencils, oz . jf. . . lOc.

va /devllle acts are introduced which home should be without it. Ask your I call and see the stock; and be sure Erasers \.5c. HUBBARD & MAC DUFfi,

hive. never appeared out, of the druggists for a book on Liquid Sul I you go on the 15th.NATURAL Pens, Spe rian, .. oz. . . lOc.

Eastern cities. Specjal seen- phur. By Anti-Monopoly Drug Co. Pens Elect\c, ddi.. . . . 5c. DEALERS IN

large is carried and the costuming is # i ANXIETY [Ink (the bes\ ..i.. . to. . 5c. GENERAL HARDWARE, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, SCREENS, Etc., Etc. S

comparison.! \ FLOUROER BARREL :MucilageLunch (the\est) . . . 5c _----_. v -I ..., --

m White Star ur-We have nine baskets, l st fancy willow.25c.
I Mothers regard approaching winter Pencil boxecor tete 5 and .10c. DAY PHONE 117LIDDON NIGHT 'PHONE 39
Some Americans in London recently barrels and offaMk at $4 per barrel. ,
with uneasiness, children take coldso
gave a green corn dance dinnerto The Cfi-mhakael & Son Co. I Legal cap: paper.Foolscap .
easily. No disease costs more little & COMPANY
the Prince of Wales. Roastingears paper.
lives than croup. Its attack is so
were the piece de resistance, IF YOU SU FER FfiZHfl KIDNEY Not /! ize paper.
sudden that the sufferer is often be-
but the story, that the prince handed /ROUBLES Lester size paper.
yond human aid before the doctor ar-
his cob waiter and asked Shorthand note books. LIVERYMEN
empty to a GENERAL
Use Smith's Sure Kidney Cure. Nothing rives. Such cases yield readily to
him to put more beans on his stick, I ..t.Pen staffs, 1 to 5c.
like it for diseased kidneys. 50 One Minute. Cough Cure. Liquefies
is denied. It would have been a !Typewriter paper.
cents at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. the mucous, allays inflammation, removes .1:
chetnut It it hadn't been a fib. Colored inks. Drummer
Fine Buggies and Traps
danger. Absolutely safe. Actsj Carriages, ,

FO RENT immediately. Cures coughs, colds, Library paste. Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.
Drink Celery Phosphate. It Is palatable Ink eraser.
A desiraOie/six-room house, with I grip, bronchitis, all throat ,and lung
refreshing and invigorating I Indelible ink.
kitchen and, atntry attached, opposite trouble. F. S. McMahon, Hampton, Fine Vehicles Fast Horses
with no bad effects. We-make it and Marking ink.... ,
Jewish synagogue, North First street. Ga.: "A bad cold rendered me voice
know what it contains, and therefore I And ask for other things at ti,
Apply to JAO. ox 263, Ocala, Fla. less just before an oratorical contest. Horses and Mules for Sale.
in a position to recommend it. Ocala News Co.'s store.
are d-m. I intended to withdraw, but took One I.

The Postofflco Drugstore. I Minute Cough Cure. It restored my I THE OTHER FELLOW Horses boarded by the month't'at special rate

When your I ami y goes away for a voice In time to win the medal."
The Grand Array of the Republic I "The Other Fellow" is a pretty
visit of a week or for several months, i I r
will hold Us next annual encamp- I cute cuss-and is expected in townon LIDDON&COI
try boarding at the Club House, J. H.I CR E P ER
ment in San Francisco. I October 14, so be on the lookoutfor
Vereen, Proprietor, north side square. We have an septionally fine as him.
Ocala -
Violet Scented Talcum Powder, to sortment of cojoied crepe paper in

reliev chafing, prickly heat. etc., 10c., Professional CardsR. rolls, new an pre\y. I I

3 for 25c. Tydings & Co. cala News Co.

Several citizens of St. Petersburgare OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP

looking for a slick individual DENTIST* The Ocala House Barber Shop, located

who called himself W. A. Patterson, in the middle of the front of the

and who buncoed them out of various Office Over Munroe and Chambliss'Bank hotel, offers the best service in its Furniture Dealers of Central and

sizes of sums of money. The line of any place in the city. Compe-

gentleman is traveling and may honor OCALA FLORIDA tent and skilled workmen and courte-I f Southern Florida< J

Ocala with a call. ous treatment. Geo. F. .

J. E. CHACE Proprietor.CASTORIA .

Buy school supplies at the Anti- We have a complete stock of everythingto

Monopoly Drugstore. Drawing Cards. DENTAL SURGEON

or Drawing Paper, 100 sheets 6x12, be imagined in the Furniture Line. .

for 10 cents. Office Upstairs Commercial Bank

Building For Infants and Children I Our stock is new, up-to-date, attract- \

The cheerful news comes from OCALA FLORIDA The Kind You Have Always Bough! ive and in quality the Very Best. We

Washington: that our beloved presi TERMS CASH ,
dent's hind leg is almost well. Bears the(3ignatura 292 ; also have a large stock of Turpentine


"For three days and nights I suffered W. H. MAREAN, M. D. i. Wagons, Farm Wagons, Buggies, Car-

agony untold from an attack of HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND Double and Single .
cholera morbus brought on by eating SURGEON NOTICE riages, .
cucumbers," says M. E. Lowther, Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
Special attention given to the treat- Harness Baby Carriages Go-Carts
clerk of the district court, Center- will, onDecember \4 ,
ment of Chronic Diseases and Dis- "
vile, Iowa. "I thought I should surely 6th, 1902, In fact have almost
eases of Women and Children. T etc. we any-
) die. and tried a dozen different At eleven o'clock a. m., present to ,

medicines, but all to no purpose. I Ocala, Fla. the Hon. Robert Bullock, Judge of thing you can ask for. Come see ps.I .

sent for a bottle of Chamberlain'sColic I Office over Tydings' Drugstore. Office Probate Marion county, Florida, my ,

hours from 8 a. m. to 12 m.; for confirmation as
Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme- annual report,

dy and three doses relieved me en- I from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. administrator of the estate of B. Du- LOWEST PRICES

tirely. This remedy Is for sale by t Residence-No. 60 North Main street, Pre Hodge. C. C. Rawls. BEST QUALITY

Antl Monopoly Drugstore, known as the Nash Cottage. 10 7 Administrator. ,


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