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.


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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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f I Commercial Bank y I WEATHER FORECASTFOR EAST FLORIDA I A BOWLING PARTYMr. Sweet MM, Batter Milk Jersey ,Cows and Fine Hogs:

I BRANCH OF I and Mr?. Clarence Camp entertained Batter Will Be Kept for Sale. _,:. .fJ ,

0 f Washington S -pt. rS.-Fair tonight: I a number of their friends last

I COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE i if Thursday, partlycloudy, probably I evening; very pleasantly with a bowl- FT1 KING DAIRY AND STOCK FARM > ; ::.f ,

I CAPITAL $50.000.00 ? showers in southeast portion.AT j i jug party. The following were the ,

players and their score: : Miss Sara
Charlie Shaw Manager. 3.
?i SURPLUS AND UNDIYIDED PROFITS, 33996.93 ? GRACE CHURCH Harris. G$: Miss Sue Marco, Z:>: Miss! ,

Johnnie Lid-Jon b9: Miss: Dekle. 37: To the Citizens of Ocala-: => "

9 I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS f i Miss Violet Harris.: C5;: Miss: Izlar. 20:
Festival of St. Michael and all angels -
0 DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0 tomorrow. Holy communion T a. i Miss Potter. -',*: Mrs. Clarence Camp. On or about the first of October we will open a Dairy, and "'c f

I I If i "6: Will Taylor, 7S: John Taylor. 85: r
RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT m. Evening prayer and address on earnestly solicit the patronage of any wanting good fresh milk, :
John Mathew t 9>: Harvey: (Clark 82: :
AND SOLD O "The Ministry of the Angels." 4:30:: p. butter butter milk. It shall ';-
be and
or aim to
I I j Howard Clark. &>>: Tom Harris. ;56; ; our pride keep .
m. Confirmation class after service, :Z;
p. m. "Convention" sermon: Sundaynext I j; Clifforjnder'l n. !."<>; O. IJ. HoI \\' --. everything clean and fresh. The closest attention will be giventhe .;

f ..Ijnthonr: : Finzel, 107; Clarence '
11 business and service will be rendered. ,
a. m.
prompt ,
OCALA OCCURRENCES I Sol Benjamin of Atlanta, one of the Camp, 144.

-- -- -- owners of the Florida Meat Packing Miss Johnnie Liddon won the ladies" I While we will not sell milk or butter lower than other )"

I and Cold Storage Company, is! here HOW'S THIS? prize and Mr. ('liffvrdnl1Er"on.. the
Summer lap robes at Mclver & MacK.ijV. looking after the-iriterests of his bus- I gentlemen's both handsome souvenirs dairymen we will meet their prices on the same quantity and always

iness. We offer One Hundred Dollars reward I of the pleasant! evening. Delicious insure the best quality. The stock will be well cared for and fed

for any case of Catarrh that can- n're.'hmtnterp !serve]. the richest and choicest feed. .

Call up Telephone j; for Sanitary For Presents in not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. Ion
Royal Kytio
Plumbing. Hand-Painted J. Cheney & Co., Toledo O. Mr. C. H. Shaw will be manager of the Dairy and Farm and '
Japanese, China, and THE BEST PLACE TO TRADE I
Fine Leather Goods, go to the Ocala Vie. the undersigned, have known F. will give his undivided attention to the business. As soon as we
J. Cheney for the last 13:; years, and believe !j Its where you can get: the: best goods
ThiJoiite.unia had thirty-two News Co.Robert. j jare ready to deliver we will call on you, and will greatly
J-I.--MM yesterday.Red him perfectly honorable: in all I for the Itxifi m.\t:'}'. M. Fishel's stmeiJ ap-

Allen Hurford, Jr., after a business transactions and financiallyable J I has long been recognized as the best j!preciate you giving us a trial order. W. D. CARN ,

to out made I place in Ocala to buy. as can get j
Rock Ginger Ale, In pints and pleasant visit with his parents, returned carry any obligation you I C. H. SHAW 1I
by his firm. just what you want and you can be I
quarts, at Troxler' to his
today Annapolis, to resume I
studies in the I" S. Naval Academy. WalJing. Kinnan:: & Ian'in'holesale !'urpJu are buying,: the lowest i pri<-- j jes I

\\ Druggists, Toledo, O. possible. L'-H-k at these matchless!' I
!! Uijtigers is in the city for a few
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally bargains: j DAVID S. VOODRO'Vi
d.Hunt Jacksonville.children's ROOMS TO KENT-Over the Ocala
acting directly upon the blood children's !shoes worth $1.':;, sizes ]i
Seed Store, after October 1. Apply toW.
and mucous surfaces of the system. from 12: to :2. bargain price, ;,<'.: 1.1-
School Shoes a specialty T. Gary, at Munroe and Chambliss'Bank.
at Kheinaiier and Co's. Testimonials sent free. Price 7Sc.:; per dies' shoes, worth $1.23.: sizes. 3 to .'.. I ea Estate, Loans and Investments,

bottle. Sold by all druggists. bargain [,rkl?. $l.:.*'; men's shoes, worth
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-- -- ------- Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- $1.r,3.; all siz-s. bargain pi Ice. $1.3.;;: 1.1- Ocala Florida.
/Viil tooth-wash is the best. We sell
pation. dies' ready made hEa'alkin; skirts ,
Postofli!' <-e Drugstore.
)bargain puce, $1._:::;; holies' leady" mail*

SALE waists, bargain price 4T.-: : null dress PHOSPHATE LANDS A SPECIALTY
Vi j ill Coin: has ct-ptfil a jKisition in THE GAINESVILLE EXCURSION '
IJU1ts.'ol'th $2.2: : :: bargain price, $1.".,); .
I .
.1 \\ ill iil illS' foniiuissary.Latest i '_
I men's suits';, a big bargain, worth $.",, 'i The resort the bluff at East Lake Weir is
Tompkins saloon block for The" following Ocala people" went tulainesvillf i new on now being staked oft into one hundred lots by County Surveyor -

novelties in Ladies' Fall and sale. For terms, call on or address ( today: on thn A. f" L. excursion j bargain priee, $3.:>, i.. : Mniirhrad. These lots will be on the market in a week or two. The first ten purchasers of lots. \1"111 -receive. aI

Winter Skirts at Rheinauer's. : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp These are only a few of the good ;j i ten per cent, discount:: after the tenth lot is sold. If you have not seen the property, buy a lot anyhow; If you have
MKS. E. V. ToMrKixs
and Miss Lucy Camp. Clifford Anderson throes we hato offer. You will l III' seen it, buy; two, they: will increase in value. *

I L. Box 821. Ocala, Fla.A surprised to !see, how cheap' : we can sell :I
Sanford and Nathan j jWe
Boys School Caps, the 25c. I Rind< ; our Stephen I jI I '

price, only 15c. The Ocala Bazar. IVyser, Dell Moody Don Ford .\. you good goods. ;I

FOX HUNT Frank. H. S. Chambers and sons. loss also carry a full line of ladies' :j LAKE: : WEIR healthy.
near Ocala and on the Railroad.
tine broadcloths and silk skirts: ladiesflue j
Phone 1..or: 116 to get an estimateon and George. Pratt Moirii*. Claude I worth showing visitors..
I flannel cashmere: and silk waists: I i|
tint tainting or kalsomining job. Last 1i1,ht Messrs. F. Lang and Will I J.V )"h't'sit-r. John T. Moore. Harry
P. Edwards took a hunt in the direction I Palmer. S. R. 1ChaleyHarry ('olp.11'. ladiesw fine j., kets and coats; oleo's I j I The land now !,f'inc'uhdi'ideJ: is elevated and has a gradual slope from the edge of the bluff (which Is about
M II. I-'. I.-IIIK i If very proud of a $.">0) of Montague aId.rUl three foxes and Mrs. J. Starr riternbt-rKrr and children line suits. {pants. hats and furnishings.!' : 23;; feet :althe level of the lake). to the back of the property, which is about'5 feet above the lake level. The ele;

,ill thatiiiie to his herd yesterday.Try I to hole. They had the.fUll of the chase Mrs. Denby. Miss Wilson. Mrs. M. Come and see: us. M. FISHKL.: i: \'atiunill be mat: he.] on each: lot on the plat which will be printed In this paper In due time.

without the brush. The dogs made a Itotiinsoii, Julifii and Rosebud. Miss I I WATCH THIS SPACE GROW FROM TIME TO TIME.MOIVER&MACKAY.
Izlar and Isaac Stevens. The" trainis The New Strap Hand Bags, in all
a pair of Crossed' Shoes form spirited run and the chase was greatly Mr. I
I shades and prices, for ladies and miss
1. To be had only at Rheinauer's. enjoyed. i due to return at f; p. m.. but the
i es. At the Ocala Bazar. II
tickets are good for three days.LAND :

Very select stock of Mattings and I When in need of anything,in the way !
The winter looks prosperous to the ,
other HOOT: coverings at Rheinauer and
of White and Decorated Crockery or FOR SALE
',, :Montezuma; hotel. Five rooms engasjed j
( 's. Fancy China, go to the Ocala NewsCo.
for the winter northern. Touristsup .
., as they have anything in that line The following piopt-rtirs are splendid I
to September :27. j
Tin- I Knights of Pythias will celebratevulli you want; also all kinds of Glassware. bargains and I will not lie long on the I II 1 I Ocala, Florida .

;a lKin |Uet Monday night, October market" at the prices. Owner lives in I Y
If :you want a good meal and a clean
171 h. Professor JOlah'arn, manager of { Miami and wishes to concentrate his j I ;:
: room ith a good bed, stop at the Montezuma ; and
the Lemon Fruit is in Phosphate Mining Washing Machinery '
: Hay Company interests there." Wiite at once to C. O. Hotel, and Colonel Shipman .

O-rig's: Witch Hazel Soap, best for town to make his annual report to the (Carroll Miami. Fla. will give them to .
you. II i
holnlater.. Try it. Postoffice Drug- Ocala stockholders of the company. No. 1.-Lot No. :.,",. Smith and })ought'rt"M _____ II I Phaetons Surreys Carriages
i Wagons Buggies 4..
store.Mis.. addition to Ocala. corner of I Mr. J-;.I HelvetiMoii. the senior mem- :! ,
Furnished room for rent. Mrs. Chas.K. Washington and Franklin streets 8
; of the Helvenston-niitch-Pasteur! : i

D. M. Smith left this afternooni .I II Sage, 44 S. Second St., E.Mr. blocks northeast of court house. Size .1"1' will leave Saturday for the j;, HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

i I and Mrs. (J. S. Paetke are rejoicing ntH'I i
No. 2. Ten The sw'4 of these
i ii-nds.a acres. I of the must aUra..tinstlllks of drygoods
over the advent into their homeof ;; of the seta of sec 5, tp I:. s, r 22
Kind and
;: notions, etc., ever brought to Building Materials Every Description .
a bouncing bo)'. Dr. J. M. Thompson e. situated about one mile northwest of the I ,
Hire's Root Leer tJingerale and 1 city.
accompanied the stork on his kindly court house. Price, $11111.i
R 's 'lot'rryade in pint bottles 10c., at
TI u\h: r's.11'all mission. Mr. Paetke is foreman of No. 3.-Thirty-two acres. Heginningat I 'LADI S' NECKWEAR SALE FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS :
the Meffert and Taylor Crate Works.
the se cor of ne1 4 of se l 4 of sec 33,

-- tp 14, s, r 22! e. and running thence w ,
\YVxiils of the Teapot GroceryiHiiipies Saturday and Monday NextA ,>
CREAMERY BUTTERThe 20.03 chs, thence n 1.11 chs, thence e Plants Installed
the Heiuiry house in the Phosphate Complete -
J "" big assortment of Turn-Over, Em- .
7:40: chs, thence .::N chs. thence e 32'-i: ; 'I
,lid ward. Carmichael and Son Co. keep broidered and Lace Collars, also Em.broidered .
{chs thence s 3.1Ii1" chs. thence e G.3J2! I. I II
and Lace Stocks. -- -- ---- ---
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constantly on hand, receiving a fresh I Regular ,
of beginning l
chs, thence s 13.17 chs to imint i I
\\ 'IIi Mok and family have movedI supply, every two days, delicious, pure, : about 4 miles northwest of !I price everywhere, 25c.; our price to '

I : "m the second Ward to the llalseyliuildihir Georgia creamery butter 25 cents per Ocala. Price. $40. i close out, 8c. each. The Ocala Bazar. ;

iii the third ward. pound, kept on Ice. Phone No. 37. Xo. 4.- A houseof seven rooms, six I iI I I! THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO."ED'S

lots, 4oxloO feet each: lots t.. 7, S.23.: Miss \IaTurnl", \' of this city carrigid .

W. .\. P.-lot is now ready to deliver Mr. Andrew J. Turner of Lake Sixteenth '12-1,2 3 of bl-Kk Xo. 121.! situated hi Silver I a i $:!III1 Itf'Ii"Y'on the life of her :

\Its\ : oaX: and pine wood from his yard, in the west end r of the county, Springs Park. The lumber in this II I father, the late M. D. 'fumle)".

i I'J..| ",>'IIt> the Christian church.i'nUllly came in today to call on his friend 'j house is worth far more than is askedfor I PLACE"McGrath's "Mellowed hours by of the time.stealing"-SHAJC.

Hon. W. K. Zewaaskj. who has Jwt.n.: the property. Price $1(10\ W.\XTF.D-QuiC'kl, few: persons: to I .

Judge Bullock issued a marI desperately sick but is slowly on the. represent: long established
I I iv: license yesterday for Munroe mend. Mr. Turner. who is an extensive house among retail merchants and I Old Stand

I'.1. ind Ada lirown of Boardman. owner of cattle, said they never Ir agents. Local territory few coun MarylandClub -

looked better. ties. $IS salary and expenses paid ZEST SIDE SQTT.AJEUE3 ..

Lavender, for keeping moths out of weekly. Expense money advanced. '
Y"1I1'oolJen goods. Nothing else so School Books, School Bags, School Commission extra. Permanent engage- .

g.....!i. rostofflce Drugstore Supplies of all kinds, at the Ocala News T. "W. Troxler, Agent for lluyler's ment. Business successful. Previous : ,

Company. Ink of all kinds and in any Candy. Fresh shipments received experience not essential.: Enclose self- Rebuilt' and Newly FurnishedFine -

:\11"< Pauline Mixson. who has been quantity. weekl). addressed envelope. Address, Superintendent '

': : .!ill" ..tfplst few weeks with herr Travelers 323: Dearborn St., I Wines of All Kinds for Family Use. High Grade Whiskies, Brandies.etc. Pure Rye tastes

:\Ir "f-r.: : Plililips. returned to In a letter from Phil F. Brown of Jas II. Moorhead who has completed i Chicago.Mr. i .

: home at Williston yesterday. Itt Hlue Ridge Springs Va.. he says the the survey of Woodrow's Kastlakeroperty. ; Beer, Ale and Soda for Family Trade. The Purest Liquors Obtainable Are old because it is r

to l>o hope that she will return mercuryent down to 34 a few nightsago. received quite a setback from Treatment Assured to AIL 1
and Mrs. Ceo. McKean returned Kept by Us. Skilled Bar Tenders. Courteous
old. PIt is ,
lake in the hot ( a .
'" .I! driving home from the this moining from a pleasant jt J
sun Saturday upa to friend* at Sarasota. I "which .: .'
I whiskey
----- few days with fever. AND DEALERS IN ALL KIND S OF WINES AND LIQUORS ..

Pittman and Son. have received a big I j time has brought :

Mrs. E. P. Thagard;: and children, who lot of excellent matting:, which they I .,

han been spending;: .' summer at Mt. will sell cheap. GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOTA to ripeness" It =

THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER Airy, X. C., and St. Augustine returned I &'
Carefully Selected, Stock of Groceries; With Free Delivery. Special Atten- "written down .
home today, greatly benefited by their ;
Major T. C. Hall has been called to I! ,.-
tion Given to All Orders. .
outing. South Carolina on account of the death We do the Largest Mail Order Business in the State. All Orders Filled on Re- old with all the ., .; '
of his brother-in-law. I -
turn Train.Separate
Mr. Thagard returned: home Monday i characters of '
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from a shrt'iit to White Springs. WAXTED boy from fourteen t.)

He was suffering from rheumatism. seventeen yeas of age to learn the .: White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. and age"mellowness .

200Ladies' A great many |w..ple are there taking printing busings. A good plat) e f..f i ii i Up Town Places < i
he waters for rheumatism He saw the right boy. Apply at the Star office.. ,
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one: party who was brought there on a I I .
flavor. -.I' 'J:
itter. Tlw first morning it took four I Hon. II. W. Long was in the city today OUR LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER S ARE BOUGHT. IN CARLOAD LOTS

men to carry him to the water: the p on his way to in.-pect\: the i...or ; DIRECT, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWESTWe There are several socalled ,-r" ..
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Shirt Waists second morning two: the third. one farm and the Silver 'pings hard road. I "Club"n'lS--! ...-.*** -
nan and a crutch: next mornlnwent :: he !i Always Please '

with a crutch and cane and the Mr. P. 1-'. Pope of Dunn. X. C.. one. keys that are not ';" ,

I next with a cane. of the Citizens of the Tar The Carmichael & Son Co. Maryland Club. Youcantellitbythetasfe. ---

In Assorted Colors and all sizes, worth $ito II Heel State arrived, a few days .urn. '. ... ).

$2, which we have put on sale at Sam Karoo who. for several: months. and is the guest of his' brother. J. I' Ocala, Florida. 4-0 .....; -

has been with his brother. Xewcomb. I| Pour, the turpentine operator:: at BO'- ---- .

on his plantation in the Cotton Plant i chelie. 0,

section returned hompunJ.I) and I I >-_ ..,._.. y..;._ '-," EL TROPICO '

will visit with his parents until next: Mrs. W. W cMiieiits arrlv d thN: : f- CIGAR FACTORY "

week when he: will accompanyhis sis .. ,'. .*.. '. ..
59CentsWe : :-.1] from )!umhi.l S. ; ;:- .. \ ,
Mrs. Patterson to Mutmi. ..!hl attend ".J .
ter. .... iaustirr.W.W.Cannan&Co.. GR .
;is'-- has 1 -n visitiue h-r : i9R
school there.E. I Makers of the s wH t
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1. Thompson of New York City "ill
,H'l'oml'auieJ11.111 Rodgers from J.,- k- MILO DEYO .
sunville to this city yesterday t"' I"k\ Highest; Grade 5c. C'L
| You v.r..:. .n.l: :\-i:t-rioted stock of
have about 100 of these waists for sweetgum timber whit h :Mr.: T. us-- .
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for making: barrels. :Now. i' ..:.>'- j
displayed in our corner window. '
one has this kind of timber th-;y! u.l:J 1 CARMAN & CO'S., r, and ; ta,;
Come and get one.
know who wants it. I. en Xo: th Main J1:.. north of cy mar- ; GRAND ROYAL '-

( ket. HAVANA CIGARS __ r- :
Mrs. Blanche Hannah of St. Pete!':-
: j SpeeialtieseFRWTSneFRWTS -
i is member .,f thCable t
burg IIOW a capable : AND VEGETABLES, e._ .. In Five Sizes
Piano Company's;! for.v. h t'il.
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from Jordan I
accepted a position Manager

THE BOSTON STORE as traveling saleslady. :'he11 1'I Remember the place: and rest isu- CHAS. PEYSER Proprietor

be: a valuable addition to the" staff.-- i ed we will treat you right. Ocala. Florida.
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School SuppliesThe A decided GREAT Christian on last CHURCH Sunday church to CONVENTIONThe send of this its pastor city- I 11i J

Like Rev.; with Rufus of the Rowland their National church to Missionary St., which Louisto i I I T..4 E IAL NA I JNA.L BAN ( i OCALA

Children convenes October 13. This convention II

;is jo be the largest Christian body ever I

convened; at any one place in the world.
s. -
They have a building in the fair ground
Are the kind you find here. Every good thing for I that.will seat 15,000 people on the first I

making school work easy. New and s eoad-hand floor and 10.000 in the galleries. It \

school books bought, sold and exchanged. Money I is estimated that there will be between 01

saved you in this. The largest 4 and 5-cent pencil 25.0'J and 30OtJO in attendance at the tJIRECTC :

tablets ever sold for the price. f I convention.
Some of the brightest minds in the
'world R. S. Hall, R. L. Anderson, Edward Hillcr, J. K. Christian
and some of the strongest men

H. B. MASTERS"THE and women in the Christian work in
I George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford.
I the world will be at the meeting. The

: Christian people, as a body, numberone

HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT" I and a quarter milion in the United President: Cashier:

States, and the growth of this Christian
OCALA FL.H.. I body in the last 100 years has becomethe ,
I eighth wonder of the world. They

I: have arranged to seat 1iiO(}.} at the

EVENING STARC. CLAIRVOYANT AND I Lord's table at one time. I _
Mr and Mrs. H. C. Groves Mrs T I

SCIENTIFIC PALMIST E. Biggs and Miss lola Li-ldoti will attend !

L BITTINGER & CO. the convention and take In the I 1 CAUSE ONE-THIRD OF

Stopping at the Montezuma Hotel for a World's Fair. The party will leave KIDNEY DISEASES

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Short Time Only .i about the lOtht. I THE TOTAL DEATHS. '

Proprietors and PublishersC. Can be consulted on all affairs of. life,

such as business speculations, love, A POWER FOR GOOD When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly by not straining out the poisonous -

L. BITTINGER, courtship, marriage, divorce; in fact, The pills that are potent in their action -
I matter from the blood it them the carried by the
everything connected with your daily and pleasant in effect are DeWitt's as passes through poisons are ,
Editor and General Manager.
life. Has helped others, why not you? Little Early Risers. W. S. Philpot of : circulationwaste to every part of the body, deranging the different organs. This causes heart

R. R. CARROLL, I Remember the Madam is no fortuneteller Albany Ga., says: "During a bilious trouble, stomach trouble, sluggish liver and a host of other ills, all due to deranged Kidneys.
but one endowed' with the gift I attack I took one. Small as it was it

City Editor and Business Manager IOf prophecy, spoken of in I. Corinthians I did me more good than calomel blue '

xii: 10, and in the fourteenth chap- I mass of any other pill I ever took and

ter of the same book. Office hours, 10 ,. at the same time the effect was pleas- I
a. m. to 8 p. m. Room 37, third floor. ant. Little Early Risers are certainlyan ;

Mr. Will \\". Condon surprised! his Come early and avoid waiting. Every- ideal pill." Sold by Wm. Anderson. I

host of Ocala friends last night by quietly thing strictly confidential. .

getting married at the midnight Visitors are not received on Sunday. I

hour to Miss Virginia .impbell. Rev. SENSATIONAL SHOOTINGAT I corrects irregularities and cures Kidney and Bladder diseases in every form, tones up the

W. C. Lindsay, i>.istor of the Presbyterian
whole and the diseases that have
MAITLANDOrlano.1o system
church officiated the fair bride SHEET MUSIC SALE I I CURED OF BRIGHT'S DISEASE. ,
: Mr. Robert Q. Burke, Elncra. Saratoga Co.. N.Y.. writes! :-I am glad to have an opportunity resulted from disordered Kidneys disappear
member of that 27.-A -
being a ; congregation All our sheet music will be i I II Fla., Sept. sensational of telling what magnificent results I have had from using FOLEY'S KIDNEY ,
The ceremony was |erformeil at the sold at C, 7 and 10 cents untilit I shooting occurred at M.utland CURE after having tried other advertised medicines and several physicians. Before began because the cause has been removed. Commence -
it I had to get up from u to 20 times each night to relieve my bladder. I was all bloated up
borne of the bride's mother, on Lake is gone. Sale begins Sept. 22. six miles north of this place, last night with dropsy and my eyesight was so impaired that I could scarcely see one of my family KIDNEY
across the room. In fact, I was so badly used up that I had given up hope of living when I taking FOLEY'S CURE
Weir avenue. Only the immediatemembers the southbound train the Atlantic -
As on
OCALA MUSIC CO. was urged by a friend FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. One jo-cent bottle worked wonders -
of the respective families Coast Line pulled up at the [ait- ,and before I had taken the third bottle the superfluous flesh had gone, as well as all at the first sign of danger. Do not risk
other symptoms of Kidney trouble. My friends were surprised that I was cured, as theyall
were 1(4'I'IIt. Shortly: after the marriage land station about 7 o'cloik Miss I thought I was going to die Every few days some one comes from miles away to learn having Bright Disease or Diabetes.
the name of the wonderful medicine that cured me of Hri g ht'a Disease, and not ono that
ceremony the newly wadded pair Queeney Hill stepped from the train hat tried it has failed to ba benefited.
The ('lark, Ray, Johnson Companyof
took the Seaboard train for New York. and in a quiet manner accosted Mr M
Mattel are dosing an importanttrade Two Sizes, 50 Cents and $1.00.
the World's) r.iir and the former home Saunders. The two stepped to one side
for valuable timber lands in the .
fit the bride, St. Jot Mo. away from the crowd and Miss Hill "
extreme western portion of Marion ------r '- TO.. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
The beautiful bride is the daughter drew a revolver and fired two shots into I
county, near Mornston, belonging to
of the late Major c'harlesV.. ('amplll Saunders. The girl immediately surrendered -

who for many years was one of our the Currvs.-- to Deputy :Sheriff Simmons i Sold by the Post office Drugstore, Ocala. Fla.

most prominent citizens and progressive and Saunders was cared for by those
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HAS SOLD A PILE OF CHAMBER- -- --,--- -- -- ----- --
business men engaged in orange who were present.
4 lain's Cough RemedyI I "
growing farming and the father and The deputy took Miss Hill into his

manager of our exjiosition of 1S90. For carriage and drove to this place. She FLORIDA PLUMBING ANDELECTRIC
have sold Chamberlain's Cough
a number of :years the bride has made stated that she came from Jacksonville I I

her home in this city and by her cultured Remedy for more than twenty years with the intention and for the
and it has given entire satisfaction. I Be A Real Woman. COMPANY
mind and charming manners has purpose of killing Saunders; that shehad !
Lave sold a pile of it and can recom-
made friends with all with whum she no excuses to make, and was will-
mend it hig-hly.-Joseph Mcllhlney, No.805 Pease Avenue, I
has come in contact. ing to accept her punishment for her I HOCSTOV,TEXAS, May 14,1903. R. B. CAMPBELL, Manager.
Linton, Iowa. You will find this rem-
The groom Mr. Condon 1 is so well]) act. I I was barren durIng the six years of married life,sufferingwith
edy a good friend when troubled witha and dozen other aches and lums.I : .
menstruation a
known that all that need lie said of him i I i She was not locked up, but was taken painful be ,
wife I able to
was a :{ for a as was up Gas and Steam
\ Plumbing Fitting
is that he has become one of our most cough or cold. It always affords back to Maitland by the deputy to more than about half the time and daily grew weaker and sv
quick relief and is pleasant to take. taker. I
honorable and successful business men. await the the result of Saunders' in- 1 Wine of Cardui changed me into s> different woman in
For sale by all druggists.The I a. /five short month, made me robust and strong. II ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
ever ready to aid in the city's growth from the I
juries. A telephone message I I am try grateful to you for my good health and am today
and prosperityFor a number of years deputy this morning stated that Saunders blessed wits
he has been the ticket Star had the honor of receivingcalls
up-town agentof was not severely injured. Miss : i'the'prideof
Telephone 15. Postoffice Box 928.
I i
the Seaboard: Air Line H. R. from the following prominent citizens Hill will be held, awaiting develop I aDd our this home is all '1. 4 f64ii-f I

his friends because of the utmost secrecy berton C. A. Books lamp Brinson and Both parties have resided here for I I' *
of the happy .event jet certain K. V. Hicks. Come again you are )'ears. In fact the woman is a native of I i Wine of Cardui brings health to sick .
Ktiaws showed which way Cupid was ways welcome.IT ai-I I the countyiluth are well connectedhere. women. Wine of Cardui brings children to ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, .

fending his arrows. The Star extends and II
Miss Hill is an educated refined barren homes.
congratulations and wishes Mr. and SAVED HIS LEGP. woman who for several years i How can any woman refuse the health WIND MILLS, .

JIi s. Condon a full measure of matri- A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga., was a teacher here and in Jacksonville i Mrs. Mason has? Any woman can secure exactly WOODEN TANKS, II

monial happiness.John suffered for six months with a frightful I I the same relief if she will take Wine of I STEEL TANKS, .
t .
running sore on his leg; but writes GIVEN UP TO DIE Cardui. Wine of Cardui is a certain cure for GASOLINE ENGINES, ,

:Mathews is contending with the that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly B. Spelgel, 1204 N. Virginia St., Er- t I menstrual irregularities.; It will not do impos- ACETYLENE GAS PLANTS .;

city authorities for cruelty to his tow cured it in five days. For Ulcers, ansville, Ind., writes: "For over five sibilities but it does cure bearing-down pains, GASOLINE LAUNCHES
caused by being impounded and whipped Wounds, Piles, it's the best salve in
years I was troubled with kidney and makes motherhood possible for barren wives STEEL ROW BOATS
: by ImiNiundei \Vea\er. The the world. 25c. Sold the AntiMonopoly i
case Only by bladder affections which caused me HOUSE HEATING PLANTS.
and relieves the pains at the monthly period.
was before Justice Waid this morn- [ Drugstore.Mr. much pain and worry. I lost flesh and PNEUMATIC WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS.
i Secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui today.
ing. R. n. Ilullork for the plaintiff and -
was all run down and a year ago had I
R. .\. r.urfoid for the dt). The warrant C. O .Cantrell of the Ocala High to abandon work entirely. I had threeof -

read "torturing and cruelty" )[r. School has received, a. communication the best physicians who did me no I

Ilur fund contended the warrant from ex-Senator Baileyof Jefferson : fWINE0JCftRJII
was good and I was practically given up to W. P. EDWARDSAt

not explicit enough and the plaintiff county, which is of vital interest to all die. Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended -

amended the same when the attorney who have a care for the outlook of education and the first bottle me I
I gave
the City Market
for the plaintiff dfMU'd tit have the in rioiida. If you are one of great I I relief, and after taking the sec- 1-

rtisi> continued, but objettion arose these see Mr. Cantrell before Fiidaynext. ond bottle I was entirely cured." Sold ! the ,It-f.>nl:('. and the court ordered by the Postoffice Drugstore. Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable*,

the case to proceed. The de- 1I

demanded one. which was secured, and I
Eight-hour laws are ignored by I
the case went on.
those tireless little workers-Dr. King's I Walker Duncan colored was' killedat I I : City and Country Trade Solicited

New Life Pills. Millions are always at E. C. McLeod's! lime kiln at K>ndriik I

After the disgraceful mistake that it work, night and day, curing Indigestion yesterday morning by the unexpected '

made: in a funeral notice. Tuesdaymorning Biliousness, Constipation, Sick explosion of a ht'av'p PARTY Free Delivery Pfcnne t2f.V .

it's a wonder that the Ocala Headache and all Stomach, Liver and blast which he had placed. He only

i:inner has the cheek to call attention Bowel troubles. Easy, pleasant, safe, I lived an hour after being struck by the EVERY DAY AT ..L ,, 7'J.-. ....

ta an>body else's typographualrors. sure. Only 25c., at the Anti-Monopoly heavy mass of rock.NEGLECTED. j
tt It would also seem by this Drugstore. I

mornings Banner that one resjvUedI COLDS OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY
-- --
I.i'iy of this city is twins. i -
R. D. FULLER, Every part of the mucous membrane, iI I PARIAN PAINT

the nose, throat, ears( head, lungs etc. I
Mrs. J. J Oit kison arrived in the city\ DENTIST are subjected to disease and blight i I! FOR EVERY BODY THAT BRINGS

this morning and will be for the pres-: from neglected colds. Ballard's Horehound -
" the home of II. II. Lo\r. 43' Date Office over :Munroe & ChambllsS" Syrup is a pleasant an.1 effective Has Been Used Successfully

Mieet. Mrs. Uickisoti has been living Bank, Ocala Florida.J. remedy, :ac., SOc., and $1. W Aken- I! TO BUY SOMETHING. -. i

w ith her daughter in Texas for the 11i1St thick Valley Miljs, Texas, writes, May II II I BY THOUSANDS.

two or more -\ears-since the death of E. CHACE Jl, 1901: "I have used Ballard's: Horehound I E. C. SMITH

In.r husband at c tcala. 11a.sttN't"1 Syrup for coughs and throat I

off for ten days at Charleston[ en route DENTAL SURGEONOffice troubles; it is a pleasant and most effective ___ -_- -_ __ ., __ __ __ d_ Heir Experience is on Objecl [088011.STERNBERGER .
h< ie. She promises to make J.uksonvilie remedy" Sold by the AntiMonopoly -

her future home. Her health is upstairs Commercial Bank I Drugstore. DAME 0 .

bill) good.-Jacksonville Metropolis Building, Ocala, Florida. k

\\'. E. Cason. for manye.ils with !
I ( G : \
ill- Star is with the Aragun..ltluttt's imposing showing of Ladies' Fine The Leader In Ice Cream

In.-t hotel where he has been f"i WELCOMES OPPOSITION
years and holds a responsible p'-! satin lined throughout. We are not ,
siuuii He has grown fat a* well: .l" urging you to buy, but want you to see DEFIES COMPETITION .. -" .
1 i.:-pewis. He writes that the firer{KI\ i I I these goods and get prices, and we feel : ... r'
I II : .. :-- -_-: Th orig.nator: of theVELVET
Mil" is the best :loial paler 1,1 rinr- sure of your order for your coat this .. .: ; -
,Honey in J-gal. cans, $I. I : _:=.. -; ': -' ..)
i 1,1,1. winter. No use to give prices in this _'.:'_-':'_-: c BRAND Are Still /
Hustling. .:: 4.H
Bottled J5c.2J
: I notice. You must see and touch the C! Any color or flavor # :
i .
.. ]1
: : .
Arthur It .Criflfin: of,1:' in Ibs. good Rice for $1. goods to realize the value we are offer- I ", r.J
i i r>rjrs lied:; on demand in any quan- anti SUI'II)II,:': L\Ji.l: !rs with the very .;.4; 4., l n; "\
the city yesterday and remarked to ..aStar i ing in Ladiees' Coats and Skirts. See 1/. '- i !..
i A fresh stock of I \T -t': desired. Lost 9F'ss'nt'! ]umber for every ";' t:; .t
reporter that his well \\huh has Fancy Gadson at the Ocala Bazar. pur"J" ;'1 i':
While: the demands of .- ...j-- &.l'r ; (
Crackers. po e. our CUg- '
trited so much interest because of the
-""u. coil indications it showed is being I C F. Faires, formerly Plant rj i-111 ...,..". -- ..._- ---- --- --- torrsed are: great VIe bare disappoint- jJ./ ;;,-.,..1..,;. i'..' ,--.e7'( II' '

sunk a wr, ..Oriff.. will have water Best Creamery Butter 25c Ib city ticket agent here has golly I'.T.. CPEAra9M r.o or.e and are glad to state that our r .r .. .
if I j .. ,.,'iroffr"ts
h. has to go 1.Q the business Whitehall StAtlanta. WORMsllyMlFor ,, / :i' ;i?r. '"l ,
china for it grocery
A when ( i3. a ( to meet the desire fora grade .fl"L'_ J:' L't ,
quick delivery youwant .- -
r. ---tG:4lP'-i1J.
The rer<' kt in the trespass dinner. I i I of lumber; of the best! quality have been 1 ; ,
case! '
vs the Brasses of HeidtviuV i otMitchell I anything I We are showing the new things in i 20 Years:! H!s Led I *!Ii! Wcra RAy'.floc.! .-! ( MW I; appreciated far beyond our expectations. ',."., ;)C'.1: -,- '.. -
was in favor SOLD: ;B7 ALT DRUGGr6-rS. .,
of the
defendants. The
CALL Hair Ornaments. White Combs and y I. \I.

case was before County Judge H Bullock ,I PHONE NO. 110. J Amber Combs; also new style Puffs. I fWWWWWWWWWW repa dby----...W*."...,.., _r_____'WWWWVWW'VWNg JAMES F.J BALLARD rfpWXXlW, St.> 'Louis.j> *1V I,, -_-:

Monday. i B.L. HALL, Proprietor. Gadson, at the Ocala Bazar. For Sale by the AnU-Monopoly and all Other First-Class Drugstores. j C. I. GRACEz tE Ykr

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CURED IN ONE NIGHT BY King of Bird and King' of FUh Grand Millinery Openingof

la m Death Clinch I I

We had been camped for a few daysat I the- Fair Route.THE
ROYAL FOOT a point on the upper reaches of the BROADWAYMILLINERY Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor

Pic river, waiting for a few of the I

PERSPIRATION FROM FEET ARM PITS, ETC, who were running a side line. A '
ODOR OF party
STORE Step into the Bazar and see for your-
AT ONCE. STOPS CHAFING. source of amusement was watchingthe TO ST. LOUIS. Sflf.

descent of a large baldheaded eagleIn

%5c. at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, or postpaid from Eaton Drug Company the eddy back of the point. I Begins Thursday, Sept. 29, Superb Dining Car Service. Call at Sam's barber shop for clean .

Atlanta, Ga.Money He would strike the water with 1904.Wait shaves and hair cuts.
great force coming down from an im I
back.if not satisfied. Write for samples.Mr. I.
J. A. Addleburg, Riceville, Tenn., says: "Royal Foot Wash gives entire mense height.t for the Broadway Millinerystore's See Bt"I1rBollanJ for :your choice

satisfaction and does all that Is claimed for under the surface to reappear a mo- grand fall and winter openingof LOUISVILLE, ASHEVILLE, AND PRINCIPAL marketing. On Tucker Hill.
two later generally with a
ment or
the latest creations in Ladies' andMisses'
IL"I fish clutched in his claws, when he I and Dress Let everybody find something to do.An .
would fly (freighted with his fish) to i
I a very high mountain, on the over Hats and High Art Millinery goods. High Bridge, (highest railroad bridge in the world). Famous BlueGrass idle train Is the devil's workshop.The .

RESTAURANTHFirst I hanging crest of whlch the nest with I The buyer is now in New York City Region, Lexington and Louisville. editor has returned from Lakeland ;

his mate and young were quite visible ramsacking! the great millinery districtsfor Free Reclining Chair Cars and High Class Day Coaches. Through Pull- and dues are in order. Don't for-

to us with our field glass.I this occasion. On our opening date man Sleeping Cars Jacksonville to St Louis.
get us.
Class Meals bad noticed his success and jour- we will have on exhibition over one Folders, rates, etc., cheerfully furnished upon application.J. .

neys to the nest for two nmrnings.* On hundred designs and patterns in Walk- C. LUSK, Dist. Pass. Agt, 108 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla. 'asminski is very sick yet. The
the third morning a show coming I
ing and Ready-to-Wear Hats, the larg- madam attends to the business on
PREPARED LUNCHES across the sun's rays caused me to
look and there was the great bird I est and grandest assortment ever Broadway.
.. .
at his usual hunt to supply the young I shown in Ocala by any millinery dealer. - --: -- --:.--. Famous cake walk Monday night.

eagles with breakfast With his keen I We invite your inspection.L. .
Delicious Hot Soup Daily Come and see it. At Odd Felows' hall.
eye piercing the river depths he poised M. Quarterman. I
over a particular spot for a few moments CHEAPER. THAN EVER Lots of fun.
Manager Millinery Department.
Dining Room open until midnight. Personal and then shot down with the
Rev. J. W. Dukes and Mesdames S. J.
attention given to special orders anything velocity of a cannon ball. --
Keeler and Mary A. James made a flying -
the market offers for the table The waters parted and the eagle was COLONIST RATES ,
prepared on lost to view. I watched and waited to I trip to Gainesville today.Don't .

short notice. see him emerge with his prey, but moments THE stia September 15th to- October 15th I forget the entertainment at

lengthened Into minutes, and .
Mrs. '\' L. Jones' next Tuesday evening -
minutes into a quarter of an hour, but TO ARIZONA, : I
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar the surface of the water remained un TEXAS PACIFIC for the benefit of the K. of P.

disturbed. i iI CALIFORNIA, .

Skilled Cooks, Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands What could It mean? Even if he I f a OREGON, WASHINGTON, A. W. Walker, the world champion
o RAILWAY + shaver and hair cutter. ShavIng 10c.
himself hId-
had struck against some
Special Price to Regular Boarders den rock and been killed the body. hair cut, :25c.! ; honing razor, ::!5('.: concave -

would have floated to the surface. It I the razor, 73c.:; Work done up to date.

THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt passed my reasoning powers to solve I' The Great Eastern live him a call. No. 115 N. Magnolia

the result of that plunge. Then far I St.. next S. A. L.

down, fully a quarter of a mile off, I and Western Line MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY

McG-ratli's Stand saw the great bird struggling, either to I,I We are sorry to learn of the chargeof
to free Very low rate tickets will be sold from all points to California,
carry off a heavy burden or I wife murder against J. B. Booker.
himself from one. The waters were I Arizona Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and the Northwest
States of
the Entire
We hope it is not true, but we fear the
lashed Into foam and the bird again daily, September 15th to October lath inclusive. Liberal arrangements -
I I worst. He is lodged in the Ocala jail
disappeared, and all was still. I have been made for side trips en route at very low rates.

Atlantic Coast Line This lashing were of repeated the water again and disappearing and-iIEXA und LOUISIANO I N I Stopoversill also be allowed in California and the Northwest to await his trial.

Write for detailed information. No change of cars via the Missouri The Ocala Assembly Xo. 119, Royal
again, each time farther downstream.
I Pacific. Benefit Society, meets at Masonic hall
A bend in the river prevented my TROl'BLE/ ANSWER QUESTIONS
seeing the final result. Calling one Tourist Sleeping Car every day, St. Louis to San Francisco with- on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock.

of our men from the tent, we embarked I Direct Line to out change. All members are urged to be present
in a canoe and started down the i L E. REHLANDER. I to pay their dues and attend to other

river to view the strange proceeding I NORTH TEXAS MISSOURI Tray Pass. Agt., matters that will come before the meet.

I closer. When we had doubled the I PACIFIC order of the iMts.
xo. :34 West Ninth St., ing. By speaker-elect.
First class excursionan rates to St. Louis point below I saw lodged against the I NEW MEXICO RAILWAY Chattanooga Tenn.

beach in a small bay something that Lydia Jones, the daughter of

Return: I did not look natural to the place. We I ARIZONA Pinter Sprinkle, died yesterday at 3 p. .i

;: paddled down and found it was my eagle -I and in. at her home at Benedict, Fla. She \. '.. twill
fast fixed to a sturgeon fully six
---- be buried in the Marshall
$45.55 final return limit, Dec 15 I feet long. Both were motionless. The I CALIFORNIAWRITE cemetery. today

king of fish and the king of birds bad '
I death. Forest and Stream.A Florida East Coast Ry. .
$38 final return limit, sixty days met L. Green, the tonsorial artist and
lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft
Cold In the Head. LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. In Effect June
$30.55 final return limit, 15 days A hydropathic treatment of a cold TURNER 4,1904. and s\\eet and my hair-cut is the bestI

have two of the finest chairs that turn
in the head is reliable than
Special ten day coach excursions at very other. It is as follows: In the morning i General Passenger Agent ... -- = e'ery'a)'. Razors fixed In all styles.

after rising and at night before retire I I NL9A 11e.28t I IU nON6. Na.98. to. 78 Call and be convinced. West Broadway -
Ds411. DAily. DiLl/, D&1Jr.l .
low rates ing wash the feet and legs as high up I LDallas Texas. I next to A. Smith.
-alLy..................... .. &CJUlOI'f11.16 ............ ... ..... 7 CJp
as the knees in cold water, then rub =------ -- ------------- U ....... ..............Jo Jackaonvtlla ...................... 8 Up
Through sleepers from Jacksonville to St. Louis via Montgomery and them with a rough towel and massage i l 15 1U $6 a,............................,8t.AufruiUn! .. ...................... ) 6 61 p Wildwood camp meeting rates over
I them till the skin is red and i 11ha............................... Battings...........................ArU5IJa eup the i S. A. I October 6. 7, 8 and 9, limited
Louisville and Nashville R R. and "Dixie Flyer" route. glowing. : Georgia Southern 1112 a .... ......................K. I' ......... t tSp *
In addition to this cautiously snuff I to October 17, at one and onethirdfart'
For further Information see F. J. Huber Agent, Ocala. /6 p 11 17 p,Ar ...........................J>&lat".L j' 1 10 a 4 15 p
tepid water up the nose frequently I Up ll1Ja v ................ ........l'al&tka.A.1| 7 Mft6ai e M psons tot' the round trip, and October 8,.
during the day and sip with a tea & Florida Ry -- --- 9. 15:; and 16. at Me. round
..._ hot be Ifs13pAr .......................... M&t o.Saa ..........................Lv ........ trip. Special
""'- -.- """ -"'" ""< = spoon a glassful as as can .... I "a'Ly................ .... ateo...................... .. Ar 1 U. apII train.
I borne an hour before each meal and at I "Suwanee River Route.
is often 12 12.' Ly .. ........................ aeoga ............................Lv 5.Ma641i iC3p
bedtime. A few days quite I 12 S3 p ...........................Bunc.Ua.Unpont. ............................. \ 3 Up Look out for the big entertainment ,.
sufficient for simple cases and obstinate 'Dlxl" i' 12 U p ... ........ ....... .... ... .............. .. ......... 5&.a 8 <4p
if the treatment Is I Flyer'Quick StepI II P ............................. Ortnond.............................. b IT a a ca p at the Odd Fellows Hall on Monday-
MANLE88 LAND ones yield pro- ........ ......-.. 1-- h -- 191 ............ .................De tona...................... ........ 4 IS a t&Spi1p night October 3. There will be a cake
longed. No medicines are required. I t ;e p ..........................Fort Orange............................. 4 !I
the first of the dIsease I Lv. Palatka.......... .. 5 50pm, fl15am I ..........................JJew Smyrna.t ... .............-......... Ufta Up\ Ii i walk and pie eating contest and we
If taken in stages Lv. Jacksonville.. ....i 1 W I' ml 1 45 a m n 17 p .......... ...................O Hill.............................. 8 Uft p I
a cold is broken up which might \Valdosta .... ... ..1 11lj P ml 11.M. ) PD' I O ..............................Tltuirliis..,.................._...... 113" 113 will have three boys to dive In a tub of
FOR LANDLESS MAN. of Ar Tifton... ........ Ja: am 1:1i3pm: : I 3p .......... .............. .Oocoa. ............................ 281a 1334p syrup for a dollar. Refreshments of
otherwise become a severe case Ar. Cordele .... .. .. : 1 4s.; a m I 45 t P m 311 I = I13p ............................foekledge................ ............ 2 .'rl.. 1130 ;
bronchitis, lasting many days or S. A. L. RV.Ar.Amt'rlcus..1. I I I 1114 t Cap '...........................Eau Oalhe............................. I fAa UCCinti all kinds will be served. Admission.10s. .
i 7 611 a m 30pm: ti Ii: 4 1. P ............................. Melbourne........._................ 144ft1253ft *
And for him whose Is weeks.-Chicago News. Ar. Columbus .. .... 1:5: : pm 5 1ipm! S 08 4 If 1' .............................bastlan.............................. 11 W. I. };. Tompkins, manager.
acreage limited because he cultivates a Ar. Montgomery ......i.' ...... .... 7 5.i P m 101 6 43 p ...................... .......St. Lui-le.............................. 12 M a 1030ft
farm. A Snbatltute For Latin. G.8. 1 F. BY. I 0 67 PI.roe..-........................... .11 'At 10 15 a There will be an entertainment givenat
high-priced There are vast tractsIN Ar. Mae..n ... ... .....1 340am { 10pmGFORGIA 111 bba 1.........__................ llilp t d a
In an English school recently a cer- K. a. I 1 d 316 ."............................... 1111 p 1441 the home of Mrs Marie Ruth next
tain boy was regularly absent duringthe Ar. Augusta. .....: II p e 30 t p..7.. ................................ lllSp a 44ftBOft Tuesday evening in the Interest of St.
THE GREAT SOUTHWEST'Within C. OF G. B. B. I 72aam I I 1fT i 13 ........................... HCSp ,
hour in which Latin was taught Ar. Atlanta. .... ..... 7 ri a m 7 03: p m t 61 .. Soond............................ :o 35 p 05 a James Epescopal church. Lots of fun.
The teacher called upon the boy's father Ar. Columbus .... .7 03 a m.. ... 117 3 flOp ............. __..........W !t Jupiter.............._......... !) !sp l4Ba
stone's throw of farms In the highest state of cultivation Ar. Birmingham ..... : 'II mi.. .. t" f.. p .......................... 'W. Pal 111 BtAl.I1..s. p Ii ir.ato. KveryboJy invited. Admission 5c.
at whose instructions it had been Ar. Memphis ..... s u; p nti. U"I t el JI .................... ........Boynton............................... S13p 7 a
which are practically manless and can be secured at one-fifth to learned he remained away, and asked )1;. C. ST. L.Ar. i 08 ...............................pelray. ......................_. 8 (9p T 40ftMft
Marietta ......... {Ill a mj \I 1R P mAr. S3Ip .................... .....Ft Laadcr one-tenth the market price acre of an "Old State" farm. for an explanation. The father said: Chattanooga.. .. .... 1110 p nIl 10 53 am IIQ $3p ............................ Raiandale.: I ............................ II e EMERGENCY MEDICINESIt
per "It is all rIght. During the Latin hourI Ar. Nashville .... ti :55: p ni 318 p m I CS 148 p..... ..........................I inon City. 31 7 p e JO.
Write for illustrated literature descriptive of Arkansas, Indian ILL.CENT B. B. 7 24 P m 100 185 p IAN........... ............... .Mlami..L. 7 COp ace.DANFORD a
am teaching Jimmy something that Ar.St.Louis... ...... 52 am I I is a great convenience to have at
Territory Oklahoma and Texas. be will find far more useful than LatinIn Ar. Chicago. .. .. .... :))1) a Di'. ... .... ..
L. &: )I;. B. B. hand reliable remedies for use in cases
his progress through life. The Ar.Louhwllle.. .... ... :l0 a m 12 ao p m
Ar. Cincinnati ... 2v a m 12: Oil m of accident and for slight Injuries and
VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATESTo teacher was Interested and asked SiiTiexi. t 0. Ko. 5 1 No. I STATION. Ho. 2 Nt.4
what this subject might be. The father C.SE.LLE. Ii Dctl 1 Dally Dally Da11 Dail D.P.* ailments. A good liniment and one
Ar.Chicago .... .... ..\ 15 am; 4 'O P m
replied, "I am teaching my son f 65 stir.| ....,... Titu.vllla..Ar; 12 63p OOp 10 10a! T..N. Smyrna..Ar 1tiy TJCp that Is fast becoming a favorite If nota
any Southwestern point every Tuesday In September, and the I ea a L,........... Oeteea.Af II rid p 11 via'Lv. Lake Helen .Ar tOp, 811 >
how to shav. without a looking glass. Solid train from Jacksonville to Macon. IWaJLv.........Bntcrpria*......,...Ar II OOa 11 SaalLt.O'-anre! Clty.Ar JSP- ? 04p household necessity is Chamberlain'sPain
1st and 3rd Tuesdays in October and X Trains from 1'alatka connect at Valdosta with 110 a Ar.......... 4 afer trains going north from JacksonvilleLocal
Ate Their Gods
oember.GEO. Dixie Flyer train for Macon % cut, bruise burn it the
sleeper o.2 tto. Na. fl KiTJ .i eMATPOBT i:2-Ii a or alloys
The gods of most South American ,remaining in depot until '::34'( a. m $a41.54 Dstly j Dally Sat and
1 7 tribes of Indians are generally looked Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville lundty Daly'. e: DaJant Dally BD4BT/. ifsp\ Daily Dally Dally Saod'ronly pain and causes the injury to heal in
H. LEE, S. L. PARROTTGen. to >t Luis via above route without 9und a ni about one-third the time usually required -
upon as sacred but when the gods be- change of cars on Pixie Fiver train,also fullman's -
Pass. Agt., Dist. Pass. Agt., I come a nuisance it Is time to put an finest sleepers on same train to Chicago I, Hp 111 teop 180 LTj'ekaonr'cA.r 7ro. S40a 1"3p C33p IB I and as it is an antiseptic It
without change a MpAA ? IC$ p 111a 9n.Jacasoavl.e e53a 8 5a IIJP? 4t2r ;
Little Rock, Ark., Atlanta, Ga. end to them; at least, that I is what a KIT schedules southbound and other infor 1 R 3Ip I 39 f a to p 10 09 a .Pablo B ach.. 6 20 a aOOtTHs \ 6 4. IO p I prevents any danger of blood poison-.
I certain tribe along the Zabari river mation.adJfess p a lli 14) )117141 Atlantlo Stack 415 \\\lll! ing. When Pain Balm is kept at hand:
J H RAFFTERY, \ TCp I IMp 1.6SsAr.1. aJPo rt Lv leoa T Wa UOOn 53pp IIOp
mr..n O. '" .-".,.... =y I think. They worship the iguana and District Passenger Agent. IV Bay streetJacksunviltc.Fla ; a sprain may be treated before inflammation -.

i monkey, but as soon as the iguana! OrC B RH01iE>. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT UIAHI.llOSf sets in, which insures a
started eating chickens they thoughtIt General l'asspn.rit'nt.. Macon.Ga. .
quick recovery. For sale by all drug-
time to stop worshiping him and CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH $STIAK8H! OF Tn P. I 0.118. COMPANY FOR
809&01018m8..I.. .. to eat him In place of the chickens he I i gists.

had eaten. This they do, and they prefer Lowest Kind of RatesCALIFORNIA HAVANA AND KEY WEST

I iguana stew to chicken fricassee.The I Rubber Shoes for men, women and
SEAE30AED: e T"blfl.lllho'W' ti. ttBM at whish train may 'be exoeeted to arrive and depart
IUtl.I'1.but their' arrival or dtpartur at the timf-a .tattd is not &r&l1tH1.8pa.y I children, all sizes and styles; also a
Elect of Boiton. hold for
opoDilbl toy delay or any eonseqacnce arUinf ther few Cloth! Top Rubbers that sell any-
I can remember when it was jocosely -
where for 75c. per pair; our price while
said of families of Massachusetts
AIR LINE RAILWAY |. that some they claimed to haveI -AND- r Copy of th. LOCAL 'TllTE GIRD or Other I&fom&Uea they last, only 39c. per pair. The Ocala 1

I had in the time of Noah's deluge, a NORTHWESTFrom SEE THE!: TIOZET AGENT." Bazar.

FOR I boat to themselves and I can recall,
,. :NB, Aflat. G n. Fau. AH wit., ST. AUGU8TIN,1L: ..
the other when social
j on hand a aspirant "
Sept 15 to Oct. J5 MRS. SYNOBLY SIMMONS,
Columbia Camden Southern Plne,| in Boston asked "Who belong to --. --

hmond, Washington, Baltimore '- I the really old families grandmamma" I t 904.I I FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER,

I' and when that relative shook her Atlantic Coast Line Railway Has opened her parlors opposite Martin's -
elphla, New York. j I weary head and said "Mostly no one, I Cheap one way and roun>l trip tickets ,I CompanyTIME I
stable, where
she is
fully prepared -
I Texas, Oklahoma
my dear."-Thomas Wentworth IligI on v.iriuus dates to -

TRAINS DAILY. I I"I I glnson in Atlantic. New Mexico and Indian Terri- TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5, 1904 to do all kinds of fancy and plain
dress making in the latest at
tory. Through tK'k-t. from all points.
: Amnslnff the Children. short notice. Cutting and fitting a spe-
'SSIT Write to J. F. Van Ren.srlaer generaal -
Mrs McShantee (triumphantly- DEPARTURES FROM OCALA clalty. Your patronage is solicited.
I agent Southern Pacific and Union
j Mail. see ye are takin' in washin again
: Pacific Railroad Companies, 13 Peach- For Rochelle Palatka Jacksonville and
i Mrs. McFroudee: Mrs. McProudee
I (whose husband has lost a paying; jobii I: tree St.. Atlanta Ga. TRAIN NO. 78, 1:10 P. M. all points east Also for Macon. Atlanta -

U. i -Sure it's only to amuse th' chiIJer.II I ----.---. .--- Nashville, Chicago, via Dixie Toby Moore hruse-l1 room.

: II They wants th' wlndies covered wid SEABOARDAIR Flyer route. D'Omito hou.e-10 rooms.

steam so they can make pictures on I Seven-room house, two blocks from
I, For Leesburg Croom. Trilby. Brooks-

ONLY u J them. LINE RAILWAY TRAIN NO. 39, 3:20 P. M. tulle, Tarpon Springs. Clearwater, court house. .
I Two :3-room cottages, close In.
A Pe..lmUt."Don't Bellrair, St. Petersburg. Lakeland
: Dally Through SUxt .. One _"-rv.>m cottage.All .
you suppose it is possible fora I Special Rates Tampa, and Intermediate points.
l of these houses are In good eon-
vile to New : man to go through the world without TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25: P. M. For Juliette Gulf Junction Homosassa -
m .. I i t telling a lie?" 1'$45.55-ST. LOUIS, MO., and RETURN. and intermediate dition. Apply toSternberger

Tickets on sale daily begir.nir.g April points. and
For I "I doubt It. Almost every man Las I : Phillips
.. tall lnfarmatioa and Sleeper! eaerTatfon, ci. .1t i i been in love at some time in his life." :23: ; limited to December 13 returning. For Juliette. High Springs, Live Oak, Next to Anderson's Drugstore.

Seaboard, or write I TRAIN NO. 45,10:10 A. M.
Dupont, all
; I $38-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURN \Vaycross and points east
A. 0. I! Better heresy of doctrine than her I and
Asst. Oen. Pass., Tickets on sale daily, beginning April west. WORLD'S FAIR SPECIAL
of heart.Whittier.
Jacksonville, Fla. I esy :23: ; limited returning 60 days: from TRAIN NO. 49, 7:10 A. M. For Juliette, Gulf Junction, Homosassa RATS TO ST. LOUISOn

8 B. C. BOTLSr, JR. Piuenger lg-t, JwiionTlIJi. Fit. SPRAINSS. date of sale. and intermediate points. each Tuesday In September, 1904.

nemO.8B8.8..8. ... $3t.25-EtREKA SPRINGS, ARK., and Trains Xo. 39 and 78 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.P. tickets at special low round trip fetes
A. Reed, Cisco, Texas: write,
_ B return. Tickets on sale Wednesdaysand I & O. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on will be sold via the Mobile and Ohio
March 11, 1901: "My wrist was sprained I
Saturdays; limited 60 days.: Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:30 p. m. Railroad to St Louis from Montgomery -
so badly by a fall that it was use-
?" J2S.55-HOT SPRINGS, ARK., and re- For full complete and reliable information regarding rates, through car and other points in the South and
E STS 7=tND GAME less; and after using several remedies
- -y turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdaysand arrangements, sleeper reservations, ett call on any Atlantic Coast Line East Apply to Mr. P. S. Hay S. E. '
that failed to give relief, used Ballard's
AT THE CITY MARKET *. Saturdays. Limited 60 days. agent, or address P. A., M. & O. R. Montgomery.. Ala.
Snow Liniment and was cured. I ear-
n line of the best T. C. WHITE, Division Passenger Agent, .
Beef *w* Muttnn and Sausage nestly recommend it to anyone suffer- SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS to the

son. Fresh Vegetables, etc. C arerul attention to ing from sprains." :25c.. 50c., )1. Sold principal resorts on sale daily, with H. iMERSOX.: Traffic Manager W. J. CRAIG General Pass. Agent 0LEWi0NETTAR

-$ = : r II' lde> W. L. JONES, Proprietor by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. extreme limit October 31, 1904. Wilmington, ttortt Carolina.. Cures Colds;Prevent PoMtmaela ..


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Volume 10, Number 90 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, J904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

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New Goods to the Teapot.White Naval Show at World's Fair Tells the I Mr. Long Answers Victim's Last Volley -

j I Trunks and Satchels I and Declines Further
II : ControversyEditor : Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchets

Seal Codfish in Three-Pound I Star: In your i issue' of September -
Boxes I :::1. the so-called "Victim" again .
II I I came to the front, and by disconnecting
Fat Salt Mackerel, Dutch Herring and A Marvelous Battle Between Real Miniature I' To our Lines of Goods. statements made by me in a letter over
my signature in your issue of :September -
Bloaters Steel Ships, Exact Models of J c
16, as to the impracticability for
the Original-Secretary of War Taft II I any board of ('ountcommlssi n rs in
Royal Scarlet Lobsters and Brownie
and Secretary of Navy Paul Morton i; Marion county, under existing laws, to
Witness Great Pike Exhibit make a just and equal; equalization of .

I DILL PICKLES AND GARLIC Secretary of the Navy Paul Morton | W J J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY I the value of the different grades ofrv1'erty
I l in the county, and in his criticisms -
and Secretary of War William Taft '
I thereon made each member of
Walnuts, Pecans, Brazil Nuts and I since their respective visits to the
the board unworthy to act as such. I

Shelled Almonds WorM's Fair, have gone on record, '' THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. respectfully submit' that no intelligentand IT IS NOW TIME
stating that the battle of Santiago, as'! .
unbiased person' after carefully

Fancy Evaporated... Peaches, Prunes and reproduced at the Xaval Show, is a'' -- --- -- .. _-- --.-._, -- -. ,- leading my letter, which he so severelytiitici.

Raisins marvelous reproduction of naval war I !'ed, will admit that there was any For Everyone to Lay Out Plans for Fall
fare. Each saw the battle progress as MISS ALICE TO MARRY I MISS SHARPE'S KINDERGARTENAND
II n-asonable ground for the position he

CAPE: COD CRANBERRIES it did on that memorable morning of PREPARATORY SCHOOL .is>umed in his criticisms. I take it Activity I We Offer Assistance to
July 3, 1S9S.! The miniature steel Washington September 2v-Th,' our
,I II the first Monday in October, that Victim will admit that in order to
ships, exact models of the big ones, lay:' friends of Miss Alice ll x.SfV.-lt. d.iuph- 'I'I'm opn I
-I'or Snlo At- i he pho l rooms 123: ;; North Second equalize tax assessments their shouldbe All the Hustlers.MutfKOE'
in order according to rank, keeping the :I iter of the president are fxrf'tinsr| at I .
street. Fur particular! address Miss a kind of standard valuation placed
: i i 1l'K'kaole of Santiago harbor. I I an early date the announcement of her )
Annie II. Sharpe corner Fourth and upon the different grades of Irollt'rt
TEAPOT GROCERY Sampson's flag ship is not there-but engagement to Nicholas Longwoith,
I I Lime streets: Ocala, Fla. in the several localities of the countyin & CHAMBLISS
out of signal distance on a cruising Congressman from the First Ohio dNtrkt. -
-- I I which they are located), which in- ,
ti ip. Manager Goldstein, an ex-Ger- 1 1i ; I
I i j' foimally has been fixed at fifty percent
I i man navy officer, who conducts these I Recent events tend to confirm the
of the usual and he"uht Bankers.
selling price
PURE MILK I miniature naval battles, and who was rumor of their engagement which has
to admit that when the board has
I present at Santiago, says it was : been in circulation for sumotime.. Mr.Longwoith our !she music will be
I I done the best it could under the cir- OcalaFlorida
j Schley's battle, and the fight proceeds! <' is a frequent visitor at the 5= ,I cunistaiu-es that if by uu oversight' or
Pure Milk and Cream : according to his version. 'fhe miniature i i White House and he and Miss Iloosevelt :- is gone. Pale begins Sept. 22.
.j error it failed to raise the valuation of
the Brooklyn Schley's ship, is the firstto are frequently seen together. OCALA MUSIC CO.
are greatest
among any property to that standard' such'

of table delicacies. Theyare sight the enemy, fires the first shot. failure does not give Iersons whoseproperty '
takes the lead in the rush to capture'
that was raised to the stand- LUMBERROUGH
both RICH PURE and and destroy the Spanish boats and
of the most remarkable cases of ard fixed, any reasonable ground for

WHOLESOME if suppliedby what was particularly complimented by '!i a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, caus- I AT ST. LOUIS complaint. If it be a fact as stated by
the of the the famous j
secretary navy | ing pneumonia is that of Mrs. Gertrude "Victim." that the proj-rty of those
loop of the Brooklyn takes in a''i 1 Tickets at low rates sale.
place now on
E. Fenner, Marion, Ind., who was whose property( was raised in tht'ltuar.l's
hair splitting fashion. For particulars apply to Mr. F. P. Hay, DRESSED
THE HERMITAGE DAIRY p entirely cured by the use of One Minute efforts to equalize, only I represents -
has all It suddenly S. E. P. A. II. & O. R. R.
Schley steam up. Montgomery of
Cough Cure. She says: "The "one-third of one per cent
GKO. 15. TYLKK: Prop. dawns the Ala.
on audience: that he will be "
coughing and straining so weakened the taxable items in Ocala his own Phone
-.- -..-, rammed! the See or
by Spanish ship, Marie |
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I I me that I ra ndown in weight from USI assertion demonstrates the utter impracticability

Teresa, which is the first breaking for ;I to 92 pounds. I tried a number of CALENDARS of the hoard's making a .

TCHF.S the open sea. To turn away from the !I| remedies to no avail until I used One personal inspection of all items of B. H. SEYMOURPHONE

9 enemy infant less risk, but, as clearly i j Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles of Thi office has a nice line of 1903:; I.roperthkh, under "Victim's" planas

';; And I shown in the miniature battle, would ,i this wonderful remedy cured me entirely calendars: which we will be pleased to indicated. would be necessary. Incase NO. 25. Ocala Fla

..iiL REPAIRSGO I have flanked the fire of the Texas, Indiana of the cough, strengthened my show to anyone desiring to purchase. it did then and in that event there

and Iowa. Iy running sharply I i lungs and restored me to my normal would be no necessity for an assessor.

_ TO- toward the Teresa and then around, so i weight, health and strength." Sold by ''Victim;' as a clincher, quoted scripture -

F G. B. WEIHE I as to work her port guns, cleared the ;|I[ Wm. Anderson but in his usual garbled style

line for the anxious American fighters. | O.K.Croce.ry failed. to quote in full. The question

The Jeweler, The Texas suffered a few minutes embarrassment FILLS THE BILLD. partially answered by ''Victim" does Fall Styles in MillineryMrs.

by the move, but the loop I not refer to valuations, but whether or
W. Davis one of the prominent
saved the flagship, opened the way forgeneral ; I not any taxes should) be paid to the
i business men of Ocala, and fine of the
fighting and harrassed the ] I then existing government. It is as unfair -
cleverest men in the state was "ii our
HANDSOnIE STOCK. Spanish Admiral. Cervera. It wasH."hlE'Y's ]I beach this week rnjuying.thing and to quote scripture disconnectedly! Minnie A. Bostick has selected the

battle.Altogether I :.s it it to select disconnected statements
-OFF i bass fishing.-Seabreeze, Fla., Few-
there are twenty-six boats I and harshly criticize them. I

AIJ1 & WINTER !'j in the naval show. The battleships and breeze. can disconnect a scriptural statementand FINEST LINE OF MILLINERY

cruisers are mostly twenty-one feet Lemons I therebyprove "there is no God,"
long and one cruiser is feet
j but to quote it as it is I would) say "the

The vessels In the mosquito fleet are j "Just In the nick of time our little fool hath said in his heart, there is no
PIECE GOODS.I I i !IDvep !!3 J'JJ.hii! to feis {fJ]' '
ten feet in length. All are built of I boy was saved," writes Mrs. W. Watkins Lemons God."

steel, and the battleships and torpedo'i. of Pleasant City, Ohio. 'Tneujmonla I regret to find that "Victim" is reckless .

I have now in the handsomest and I: boats are in sinister gray war paint. In I'I'I '!i had played sad havoc with him in his assertions, and the facts donut -

I most up-to-date: line of Piece Goods for I I the hull of t>:H"h'st'! is an electric {I Ii I and a terrible cough set in besides. I! Lemons. sustain them. In a former: articleof

Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, for Fall I i motor with a storage battery, which I I Doctors treated him but he grew worse' his he stated that Captain Pyles had A. E. BURNETT

and W nter Wear, has ever been pit>irls the craft at high speed, under'every; day. At length we tried Dr. .returned lands in Ocala. owned by him.

I offered in Ocala. Call early, see the ,1'iift-ct control.! The crew, consisting ;!; King's New Discovery for PonFump- TEN CENTS A DOZENAT 'I and received a widow's, exemption on

of one man .is invisible. His position !i i tion, and our darling was saved. lie sold
Goods and Styles, and make your selec : is in the forward part of the boat. is now sound and well." Everybody executedto
I tion. Many years of experience. Every j: THE- that property to a widow and
piece of work guaranteed, and the Steering gear, a controlling switch for '|ought to know it's the only sure cure her a bona fide deed to the same.

Prices are in keeping with the Goods. the motor, and a button controlling the :;r for Coughs, Colds and all Lung dis- He also stated that Commissioner
J i
tiring of the guns, are in easyreach.: 1 eases. Guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly \\'artmlI1l1's property Ocala had not
Jerry Burnett, placing the entire craft under complete <: Drugstore. Price SOc. and $1. O.K.focery been raised in value, when in fact it had ,

mastery. No war captain before Santiago j|Trial: bottles free.PLEASURE. been raised one hundred per cent. He
Merchant Tailor.
: was ever more sure of absolute has made other "flim-tlam" charges !
--- domination of his own vessel: certainly ;: IN PROSPECT too numerous to refute without arousing i JEWELRY
': J. D. WILLIAMS I none ever expected to perform at ':j! At the Marion opera house September his ire in what he was pleased to

once all the duties of engineer, pilot, \ 30, "Sherlock Holmes." in two parts dub "Ion .windt'd effort."
CARPENTER AND BUILDER j commander and artilleryman.Each will be presented for the benefit of the I I As I have refuted every charge made ThNDOPTIC7L

of the vessels is modeled after'!j i Episcopal church. Songs: readings and by "Victim." and as my time and) self

< nt: 'i s Iris services! to the people oft some famous original of the American j i character songs by Anthony Finzel. I CLARK BROS MGRS. sped will not i>ermit me to notice

I'',i.i ;old \ :< inity for work in his line. navy and named accordingly. The models who is an artist. The second part will far-fetched and irrelevant declarations, GOODS

If itMiinnifiiilatiniis and good work are perfect, in everydetail, showing be the presentation of "A Close Call." 1, with this communication I dismiss the

"uiil, then I feel capable to make es- all the batteries in proper positions.I being an adaptation from William Gil- Phone 174. 'I' matter from further consideration, unless -

f.'ii,.,!ii-s and i-.iny them to a successful I with boats, funnels', ventilators and 1 lett's great play of "Sherlock Hulmes.' new and glaring inconsistencies

I I-MH-. J. D. Williams. I rigging al'l'uratelreprodul.t'd.. Hesides The cast will be: NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY i I: not sustained by facts, are raised in REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

No. 13S.:: S. 2n.l St., Ocala Fla. I'I the Missouri, there are among Prof. James Moriarty-Emmett Rob the premises. II. W. Long.
.. I
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i the the ,
battleships Oregon the Illi- inson.

'VI-IITE'S nous, the Iowa and the Indiana. The Dr. Watson-Albert Gerig. I MORE RIOTS OCALA Merchants Block. FLORIDA

: misers reproduced among others, the Billy-Adolph Dame. V. B. POTTSCONTRACTING !
I Disturbances of strikers are not
Cream VermifugeTHE ;, New York the Brooklyn. the Charleston '- Sherlock IfolmesAnthonyFinzPl.. -
i nearly as grave as an Individual disorder i
r the Chicago and the Olympia. Part The evening will be one of amusement AND BUILDING
I of the system. Overwork, loss of
GUARANTEED ;, ,>f the fleet appears only in the first pleasure and profit. The causeis I I sleep, nervous tension will be followedI ; J. R. MARTIN & CO.
yrI : part' of the program, "Xaval Maneuvers a good one and a good house should Carpentering and I .
I utter collapse, unless a reliable rem
I t \WORM' in Peace." General Repairing i: edy is immediately employed. There's

I ; nothing so efficient to cure disorders of
Queen AutomobilesFor Satisfaction Guaranteed i : LIVERYMEN
:: the Liver and Kidneys as Electric Bit-

4 frTHE REf EDY \V. II. Harrison, of Cleveland Miss., AddressBOX ters. It's a wonderful tonic and effective

i writes, 15, 1902: "I want to say a word Sale. 691 OCALA, FLA nervine and the greatest all round ,

of praise for Ballard's Snow Liniment.! :1 medicine for run dos\/t systems. It Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps
BEWRC OF IMITATIONS. ::11 stepped on a nail, which caused the I i dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and < Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.

THE CCNUiNE PREPARED ONLY BY ; cords in my leg to contract and an abscess Having secured the agency: : for the i Neuralgia and expels! Malaria: germs. .

Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. to rise in my knee, and the doc- Only 50s, and satisfaction guaranteedby
ST. LOUIS. MO. l tor told me I would have a stiff leg, so i the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
t=iilil by the -Monopoly' Drugstore! deliver them on short notice ,
:; one day I went to J. F. Lord's drugstore

i I I (who Is now in Denver, Colo.). He recommended Will Go Over ANY ROAD?I WAGON WORKSThe HERE'S ANOTHER DISBELIEVER ; Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses

L.ALEXAXDERPiactical : a bottle of Snow Liniment.I The Re. ord d'}'sn't take- much stn k Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.
:' got a 50c. size and it cured leg. It and bring you back SAFE '.
my ; only device that does the work in all this talk abut! Before Day !'dubs.The ,
'! is the best liniment in the world." Without Trouble. criminal i is, a liar
I right. The best Horseshoer in Ocala. average: negro J. R. MARTIN & CO.
i ABSCESSES, with few exceptions,
and oor-
and tniinine
I The most complete' Wagon, Buggy and I ty in<=tint :
I are indicative of constipation or debiltity. -i t ( Carriage building; repairing and paint '. nered he i is disposed to lathe blame i -

C'cful estim.tit'3 iride all contractv : They may however, result from 1 and for his rimes on everyone: but himself.
on Proprietor Star Wagon Works ing in Central Florida. All kinds of I J. M. MEFFERT. J. H. 'fA YLOH.
i<' ;k. Ci\t n ":i? cud betterorkfor blows or from foreign bodies Introduced Autoist, Ocala, Fla.HEADQUARTERS Blacksmithing done. The*- clubs were never heard} of until

the! n.iiju-y than any other in town. I| into the skin or flesh such as the trouble! at Statesb'-ro Ga. and

-- splinters, thorns, etc. Ballard's Snow W. F. McATEER slate then none have b-en foundx: -
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''I Liniment is sold in Ocala by the AntiMonopoly FOR iept on the evidence of a captured Ocala Ice & Packing Co

I. A. Colycr Bros Drugstore. SCHOOL SUPPLIES I Proprietor.Opposite linin.-Polk! County R*,ord

I Best Ink. per bottle. . . .. .4o..Slate I
Merchant Tailors City Hall P. 0. Box 374 I
STOCK FOR SALE Pencils in box .. ., . .I.'. A COLD SETTLED IN HIS KIDNEYSA. Ice work-
Have the neatest and most wp-to-date
Have in stock one of the finest assort- I Xathan Mayo of Summerfield has a first HuMlt'r-Tia..d Lead Pencil .1c i HUNTER S. Jennesse, S201:: Butler St. Chicago

iii'-nts of suiings for holiday suits i pair of large mules that he wants to School Crayon, colored per bi..x. U. ;{t H. R. writes: '-I am a switchman; and ; ing plant in this section, and as a result, are

e\tr presented to the Ocala public. j sell or trade for smaller pair; also a White Crayon, gross in box.,. ,. .Sc I Ii am out in all kinds of weather. I tooka turning out the purest, hardest. and cheapest ice.

Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning;, i good. buggy and saddle horse and ponyI Large Tablet ink or pencil .. ., .;3c i '.-.. GUN . coM which settled! in my kidneys and !

A-- .'in? and repairing neatly done. Fall I i for sale, right. Desk Ruler . . .. .. .. .. ..... I I -- I was in bad shape. I tried several advertised : Phon.e No. 34.

aLi' winter suitings to your liking Blackboard Erasers. .. .. . .".\ II I -and-- remedies with no beret until ,

Best suits for the money in town. Inspection We carry the most varied line of No- Uest Pen Points. per dozen:. .. . '..t I 11 was recorr.rr.5n.Iei: *.o try Foley's Kiiny : -

solicited.! No. 3, North Main tions and Fancy Goods of any house in \Lunch Hoxes'I.'' .... . . .c. iLOCKSMITHRepairing Cure. Two-thirds! of a bottle curedI WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONSSTAR.

St, two doors north of Ocala House, Ocala. See Gadson, at the Ocala Bazar.: The Bazar; Godson a Specialty. I me." Sold by the rostoffice Drugstore. j


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