The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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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j y C I Commercial Bank f o 1 WEATHER FORECASTFOR EAST FLORIDA A DISTINGUISHED PARTYA I' Sweet Milk, Batter -ilk, Jersey Cows and Fine Hogs

( Butter
BRANCH OF party of five distinguished looking Will Be Kept for Sale.

p Washington, Sept. 29.-Fair tonight: citizens of Italy I arrived in town
Frdiay, occasional showers. this morning via the Oklawaha riverboat FT1 KING DAIRY AND STOCK FARM

I CAPITAL $50.000.00 f I stopped at the Ocala House and ,
EAGLETON AND PRICE'S left on the A. C. L. 1 o'clock train for '

?I SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $33,996.93 f I POLITICAL CYCLOPEDIA I New York. The gentlemen have been I Charlie Shaw, Manager.To .

(!touring the United States and finishedup : the Citizens of Ocala-:

f INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS f I with Florida. Their names and I
Messrs Hagltrton: and Price the enterprising -

0 DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0 real estate brokers, have Issued places: of residence are as follows: a'i On or about the first of October we will open a Dairy, and

1 RECEIVED.; LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT I If free to all who ask a pocket encyclopedia I tt'le'ranclt and ,Emileo Venrlo Hecttl.nict'; Cjion CarloStuckey earnestly solicit the patronage of any wanting good fresh milk,

AND SOLD O of political facts that is the ;
handiest Jean: Franco Fosi and Tug Xico Cas- butter or butter milk. It shall be our aim and pride to keep
: and most complete volume !n "

a nutshell ever presented to the Tribune I tdhni Milan. everything clean and fresh. The closest attention will be given
OCALA OCCURRENCESSummer LAND FOR SALE office. The office I is also under: 11 the business and prompt service will be rendered.
obligations for one of the most bewitching TICKETS ON SALE
While will not sell milk butter lower than
-- --- -- --- ---- calendars ever gotten out in we or other
The following properties are splendid
lap robes at Mclver & Mac bargains and will not be long on the Tampa.-Tampa. Tribune Tickets for Sherlock Holmes tomorrow dairymen, we will meet their prices on the same quantity and always
night on sale at the Postoffice
Kay's. market at the prices. Owner lives in insure the best quality. The stock will be well cared for and fed
HOW'S THIS Drugstore and on the street by the
Miami and wishes to concentrate his manager. I ICuI. on the richest and choicest feed.
R J. Hayes of Gainesville is at the interests there. Write at once to C. C.
Montezuma.Call Carroll, Miami Fla. We offer One Hundred Dollars reward Mr. C. H. Shaw will be manager of the Dairy and Farm and
for any case of Catarrh that can- !. and Mrs. O T. Green and l'hil-1
Xo. 1.-Lot Xo. 53, Smith and Dough- will give his undivided attention to the business. As
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. dren will arrive in a few days soon as we
up Telephone 15 for Sanitary erty's addition to Ocala, corner of I
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo O. their two months' outing in :Maine.: are ready to deliver we will call on you and will greatly appreciate -
Plumbing. Washington and Franklin streets: 8 I
We, the undersigned have known F.
blotks northeast of court house. Size Iarion'' you giving us a trial order. w. D. CARN ,
J. Cheney for the last 13 years, and believe Albert Roberts, formerly
S A. Rains went to Dunnellon this of lot luUxlSS feet. Price, $tOO.
him perfectly honorable in all county boy. and a nephew of Capt. G. C. H SHAW
::ft -rnoon. Xo. 2.-Ten acres. The sw'J of these
business transactions and financiallyable :M.: Hubbard of this city, is now one
', of the se'4 of sec 3, tp 13; s, r 22
to carry out any obligation made of the vanri! aid u;>-f -:!!"te reporterson
J. (;. Lewis of St .Petersburg is at f, situated about one mile northwest of
by his firm. South Florida's daily, the
the Montezuma.Mr. ;; court house. Price $100. splendid DAVID SVOOIHOVReal
Walding. Kinnan & Marvin, Tampa Tribune.I .
Xo. :Thirty-two acres. Beginningat
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
and Mrs. S. Lovell of Sparr were the se cor of net 4 of se>4 of see 33,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally )nii t miss the play of Sherlock
- in the city today. tp 14, s, r 22 f, and running thence w Estate Loans and Investments ., # ,
acting directly upon the blood Holmes tomorrow night at the opera .' ..A .- .t...*...
:20.03! chs. thence n 1.11 chs, thence e .
and mucous surfaces of the system. house.
Red Rock Ginger Ale, In pints and 7:4''' chs, thence s .24 chs, thence a 32'ichs Ocala Florida. )
Testimonials sent fre>. Price TSc.:; per ,
quarts at Trosler's. thence s 3.1G'4 chs. thence e 6.32'jchs. s
bottle. Sold by all druggists. J. H. Staten came: up yesterdayfrom
thence s 13.17 ('hs to point of beginning -
Take Hall's] Family Pills for consti uunellon for his pay r"li.Ir.: Staten's
c. W. Rush the Ounnellun merchant ; about 4 miles northwest ofOC'ilL PHOSPHATE LANDS A SPECIALTY
pation. family will return from their Georgia
was in town today. u___.__ Price.. $400No. .
vacation in a few du>'s.
".- A houseof seven rooms, six The new resort on the Lluff at Ea st Lake Weir is now being staked off into one hundred lots by County Purveyor -
Herst Tillery. colored found dead I
Chil.lren'sIIO last Ocala certainlyneeds and would) appreciate -
evening in the reds a short distance -
Uhfinauer and Co's. 2", 23; of blocko.. 121 situated in Silver ten per cent discount after the tenth lot is sold. If you have not seen the property, buy a lot anyhow; If you have
to the east of the depot of the the morning train on the A
Springs Park. The lumber in this seen it, buy two, they will increase in value.
S. H. andV. R. R. depot.: It seems C. I.. to Jacksonville Gainesville.
Pearl tooth-wash Is the best. W that Tillery: who had been working for Is beautiful. '
Postoffice Drugstore. for the property. Price, $100. T
the Taylor! boys for the past seven- WANTED Plumb,'r. Good steady IJ Is healthy
I IL iiic El1EI
E.: \\'. Irvine of Petersburg. Va. is a teen or eighteen;: :years got his pay.Saturday position for the: light man. Address, H Is near Ocala and on the Railroad.

guest at the Montezuma. DUNNELLON PROPERTYFOR night, went and bought his R. E. Yonge. and ('o", the leading < a.)kplumbers. A. A. is worth showing visitors.

groceries, ate his supper, and was not
SALE. The land now being subdivided is elevated and has a gradual slope from the edge of the bluff (which is about
Latest novelties seen from that time until found last :
in Ladies' Fall and
Winter Skirts exening. The congregation of buzzards Tom Hoy, one of the most successful 23: feet above the level of the lake), to the back of the property, which is about 5 feet above the lake level. The elevation -
at Rheinauer's.
fth men at Crystal River, was in town j jouaj. will be marked on each lot on the plat, which will be printed in this paper in due time.
I saloon block for and the odor of the decomposing -
<(< body led: to the discovery of the
'iptain Haskcll of South LakeVeir sale. For terms calf on or ad- -
same. He was lying on his face when I Ifouwl.
was visitor in town today. i
dress MKS. E. V. To ll'KIss/
Some think he met with foul LOST-A small hound, black and

Furnished room for rent. Mrs. Chas. I i L. Box 821. Ocala, Fla. play, others that he died of heart fail- white, Aided; both front feet sore, and

K. Sage, 41 S. Second St., I'.. I ure. Justice Waid is now holding dog limps. Return to Guy Lang, Lake MOIVER & MACKAY

The verdict in the C.O'ase )'f!'ter- coioiior's inquest. Those composingthat Weir avenue, Ocala, and receive suitable -

W. II.: l Harris and Louis Snowden of I 1,1..)' was that City Cow ImpounderWeaver body are: Ollie Montis: Clifford reward.

I.exon were in the city today. was not guilty. Attorney Bur- lays J. Williamson, George; Smith Ocala Florida

ford managed the case most skillfully llobt. ialhraith and J.V, Siheraik. .J. T. Jones of the steam laundry, who ,

William Mitch of :Montbrook: was a and created a great deal of m"rrimeU .\t 3 oVloik! the jury was still healing his been recuperating at Orange Lake,

buis-ness visitor in town today. :In his examination of Veterinary uunf'r,1 evidence.T. turned home today.PLEASURE and

the: milk man. Phosphate, Mining Washing Machinery

Don't fail to see Sherlock Holmes at IN PROSPECT

the okra house tomorrow night. For wedding Presents in Royal Kytio Wagons Buggies Phaetons Surreys Carriages

Japanese, Hand-Painted China, and I At the Marion opera house September ,

c'. I. Rust'0, the Weirsdale merchant Fine Leather Goods, go to the Ocala 30, "Sherlock Holmes," in two parts I

was in the city News Co. will be presented for the benefit of the |
today buying goods.Mrs. W. Troxler, Agent for Huylera Episcopal church. Songs, readings and I HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

Candy. Fresh shipments received
"'. 1L Kurt of Ozello was in the Dr. W. H. Powers returned last night character songs by Mr. Anthony Finzel,

city today on a shopping exieditio.i.Try from a two months' trip to Colorado weekly who is an artist. The second part will j Building Materials Every Kind and Description

and St. Louis. He was greatly benefited be the presentation of "A Close Call," ,
Miss Kate (i.lmsLrho has spent
a pair of Crossett Shoes for by the tiip. being an adaptation from William
some time in Xew lurk. letumed how Gil-I
men. To be had only at Rheinauer's. today lett's great play of "Sherlock FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
The cast will be:
Popular make of II. S. and M. cloth-

T I. Pirketis of Savannah is amung Ing for men Full line at Rheinauer Prof. James Moriarty-Emmett Rob
Miss John nitd.itti.s: and nurse, Mrs[ ,
the arrivals at the \Ionh-zuma. and Co's. inson. Plants Installed Complete
Clara Uuinsides. and Rev. J. P. Hil- i Dr. Watson-Albert Gerig Phosphate

burn, flurried this afternoon (ruinSeabreeze.
Very select stock of :Matting: and S. J.;. Civil, the junior member: of the Billy-Adolph Dame.
Miss O.ittis was not improved -
other lloor coverings at Rheinauer and menhandise: firm of Civil and Civil of Sherlock Holmes-Anthony Finzel.

Cu s, Sparr. was in the city today. we are sorry to say. The evening will be one of amuse-

ment, pleasure and profit. The cause
i & SON CO."ED'S
HI-HI y Brooks of Inverness and J. W.W.ird. Pittman and Son have received a big DENSMORE, HAMMOND is a good one and a good house should .

Jr., of Floral City, were in townInlay. lot of excellent matting, which they TYPEWRITERSJust "
The gathering at Martel
( will sell cheap. missionary
Received at- .
I Sunday was a great success. The I
OCALA MUSIC COMPANY PLACE"McGrath's "Mellowed by tkr stealtnf
Geris's Witch Hazel Soap, best for "'. W. Condon and wife of Ocala are crowd was large, the preaching by I Aours Ilmt.n-SHAr.[.

hard water. It. Rev. Austin of Dunnellon of a high order -
Try I'ostofTice
Drug- guests of the Aragon.-JacksonvilleMetropolis I
:Mrs.: O W. Reagan and daughter,
and the dinner all that the most
of the 2vth. Mrs. Tom Johnson, and little sun, will Old Stand
fastidious could desire. The church MarylandClub
remain two or three: weeks longer at
J, M 'ffiiigwell. Jr. of Eraidentownis ROOMS TO UEXT-Over the Ocala people of Martel covered themselves

i in the city and a guest of the Mont Seed Store, after October 1. Apply to Seabreeze.Mr. with glory. Miss Sanders of Dunnel WEST SIDE SQTJARE

(,/unin. W. Ion presided at the organ and played
T. Gary, Munroe and Chambliss'Bank
I. K. Dozier: accompanied by
most acceptably.
two prettylittle granddaughters, Florence -
Hire's Root Beer, Gingerale and
and uiiHjene, returned from Jupiter -
Raspberryade In pint bottles, 10c., atTroxler's Mr. Ie How ell. a successful farmer Misses Jessie Palmer, Pauline Sullivan Rebuilt* and -Newly FurnishedFine
Inlet! Sunday.
and trucker of and Annie Davis returned from
Anthony was in tnecity
today and made the Star an appreciated their outing at Dunedin jesterday.I'lmer Wines of All Kinds for Family Use. High Grade Whiskies, Brandies, Pure Rye tastes ..
Mrs. Clara C. IHirnside, who returned
"'. .\. Pelot is now ready to deliver tall. He said he was haling etc.
today with Miss Johnnie Gattis fromt'lbrt.t'zt old because it is
dry oak and pine wood from his yard, his hay crop and that he wiuld -IE-"r of Largo, 'i istrunl. of j Beer, Ale and Soda for Family Trade. The Purest Liquors Obtainable Are
>. will (rave in a few days to }> and Harrison of Blunt Ian-I I Us. Skilled Bar Tenders. Courteous Treatment Assured to All.
tli Kept by
!ppouitf! Christian church. put up abut till tons visit the Woild's Fair.F. old. i's' I It t i is a
atee countyimportant turpentine operators
came in today to be at Holder I whiskey "which
tomorrow to receive their proportion ofjiuut.s I
and trucker of Anthony prepailng .
when the distribution willtake broughtto
to operate a sawmill at Dunllt>lIun. He

will be ready for business in a weekor ple.. GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOTA ripeness." It
ROSE OF SUMMER ten days.Emmet I
"ho,': Blackiston has had his first ; Carefully Selected Stock of Groceries; With Free Delivery. Special Attention "written down

congestive chill and it was of the I Given to All Orders.

Robinson came up today from mowing mal'hintark\} when in motion. We do the Largest Mail Order Business In the State. All Orders Filled on Re- old with all the
Khrin to take the part of Prof. Jus. I I
It almost shook "Doc" to Davy turn Train.Separate.
Moriarty in Sherlock Holmes at theopera characters of
I 1 Jones' locker. He is up, but looks I
house tonioiiow night.

mighty (peaked. White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. and age"-mellowness -

2OOLadies' Mr. and :\Irs.1.. H.indSman: and BEAUTIFUL WOMEN Up Town Places

baby will return tonight from NVwYork -,.- ripeness,
Plump cheeks flushed with the soft I
where: they bought an immense
glow of health and a pure complexion, I II' flavor.
!line of !
makes all women beautiful. Take :a
: Shirt WaistsIn A. Pittman is gathering his crop small dose of Herbine after each meal: I
called "Club"
it will prevent constipation arid help
of corn and it i b a good on'h nit "We Always Please

tome: to selling furniture and raiding digest what you have eaten. 50c. Mrs. keys that are not

Wm. M. Stroud, Mi liothfan, Texas ,: Co. Club. You
corn "J. A. I N hard to beat. The Carmichael & Son Maryland

Assorted Colors and all sizes, worth $f writes May 31, 1901: -We have used i, can tell it by the taste.

to $2, which we have put on sale at R. S. Hall Ip. Thaard; and. J. D. Herbine in our family for eight :years, ; Ocala Florida. -
and found it the best medicine we ever
ope of Ooala. three of the !large tur-
used for constipation, bilious fever and --- -- ---- ----
j petitme operators in Florida, are atrag.n. the

.\ .-Tim.-1'nlon.'eJIi."JI)'. malaria." Soli by the Anti-Monopoly: ,, ? ; EL TROPICO

59CentsWe Will P. IMwards: of the city market

< > the of Randolph Flukr j _i' -
and S T. Si>trunk. our ipular county n .s..I

lerk. are very: much elated today.I *'olor.-d. from the hard road guard the Makers of the

1 having received two splendid:: spetimens :| county <.''rs offered a le. /4e: ;
--0MILO -
of American fox hounl They i j. ward uf $" and mists of traveling -x- _

came: from the: kennels of O. B. Clarke i pelise In this cafe th- expense W.i: DEYO ve'e
?y ';i
of -herbourne, N. Y.. and are reiUtered i only $1 the amount Marshal! Cl..,",'- Grade 5c. .- _. .
t Highest Cigar .1I
have about tOo of these waists and pedigreed stock.The houndsare 't land :awe to have Flukcr spotted. r.F. L I

displayed in our comer window. three and a half month oli. and I I --0- : _

Come their ears, when stretched: cover a'' SPRAINS and .:
and ;
get one. I
span of twenty-three iiuhes.: S. A. Reel, Cisco, Texas, writes. ,
II II I I March 11. 1901: "My wrist was sprained

T. Ie:. P.ias I is acting a. master in > so badly! by: a fall that it was useless HAVANA CIGARS

chancery todayand hearing the Galbraith i :: ; and after using several remedies In Five Sizes

I heirs case a last :Mr. S. Lovell. !!! that failed to give relief, used Ballard's b

: for possession of lands occupied by i.I IMr Snow Liniment and was cured. I earnestly --0- :4.t

THE BOSTON STORE I Lmell. Carlo Sistrunk r r.rt'-1 j l recommend it to anyone' suffering \ R ;as CHAS. PEYSER, Proprietor

st-nts the Galbraith heirs and P. A !iI from sprains.:: 23c., 50c., Jl. Su': iI Ocala. Florida.
I liurfi-.d: r"l.r..t" MI 1.nwell.l}. 1 I by the Ar.ti-Monor.oly l Drugstore. I

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Sweating, Blistering Itching, Aching, Tired Feet TASV, I I SOUTHERN RAILWAY I. THE COLORED PEOPLE'S

Sour Stomach
CURED IN ONE NIGHT BY An Immense New Boiler for Hodges r i DEPARTMENT

ROYAL FOOT WASHREMOVES s' &, O'Hara't Sawmill I, I used Ca.c areU tad f<*like anew man. I hue I WorfcTs Fair Route. -

Last Tuesday night a party of young tn i&Srr-r from dyjprp.i .aJ sour stomach Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor
for the l&tt lo years. I have been taking medicine _
folks went for a straw ride on the truck I and
ODORS OF PERSPIRATION FROM FEET, ARM PITS, ETC, I Gore's All had jolly time. I my for a fnmiij short ice J only trill thing recommend for indigestion Curarett and to ,,
to landing. a
Mrs. W.
iour stomaca and to keep the bowels. to goud con THE BEST LINE TO ST. LOUIS. P. Parker visiting friends
AT ONCE. STOPS CHAFING. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McQuaig went top dition. 'l'heyare very nice to eat. at Montague.
Harry 6tuckleyMauch Chunk PLI

25c.;; at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore or postpaid: from Eaton Drug Company I Ocala Tuesday.Mr. .
Atlanta Go. and Mrs. Will Hall have moved I best For Superb Dining Car Service. 'A. "". Walker the world championshaver

to Daisy, and occupy the house recently The BowelsCAft0YCA1ttARTiC I and hair cutter. Shaving lOc.: .
Money back If not satisfied. Write for samples.Mr.
J. A. Addleburg, Rieeville. Tenn., says; "Royal Foot Wash gives en, I vacated by Mr. J. C. Marsh. STOPOVERS, GOING AND RETURNING: AT ATLANTA, KNOXVILLe, hair cut, Sic: ; honing razor, :Sc.; con-
cave razor, lac. Work done to date.Give .
Rev. Sistrunk of Anthony filled his up
satisfaction and does all that is claimed for if LOUISVILLE, ASHEVILLE, AND PRINCIPAL
appointment Sunday and preached avery i him a call. No. 115 N. Magnolia'St. \
interesting sermon. i j jMrs. ., next S. A. L.Quarterly "-

S. B. Marsh, Miss Blanche and i i i High Bridge, (highest railroad bridge In the world), Famous BlueGrass conference at Zion M. E.

Master Leonard spent a few days at :
RESTAURANTX < Region Lexington and Louisville. church
i Pleasant Palatable. Potent.Taste Good.Do Good. tomorrowat 3 p. m. Every
Anthony this week. I sold Serer in The Weaken genuine or Gnpe tablet lOc stamped Ee;; Sic ccc.Never Free Reclining Chair Cars and High Class Day Coaches. Through Pull- officer is expected to be present.

Mr. 3!. B. Waldron and sons left I Guaranteed to care or your money bail man Sleeping Cars Jacksonville to St. Louis.

1 First Class Meals Daisy with their cattle yesterday, taking Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 599 Folders rates etc., cheerfully furnished upon application.J. Horse and wagon for sale for $40.

1 them across the river to their win- .I ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES C. Lt SK, Dist. Pass. AgL. 10S W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. Apply to W. O. Parker.
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ter range. I The Ocala Assembly No. 119 Royal
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES Mr. Burrell of Buffalo Bluff made a THE
Benefit Society, meets at Masonic hall
flying trip to Dexter and Daisy Saturday < .
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Grand Millinery Openingof on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock.All .
for the interest of Hodges and ,
Delicious Hot Soup Daily the members are urged to be presentto
O'Hara. -
pay their dues and attend to other
The literary society meets next Friday CHEAPER THAN EVER ,

Dining Room open until midnight Personal night at the school house. All are BROADWAYMILLINERY matters that will come before the meet

ing. By order of the speakerelect.Mrs. .
attention given to special orders, anythingthe cordially invited to attend.Mr. STORE

market offers prepared for the table on Hiers, the fruit tree agent, passed COLONIST RATES J. H. Haines of Jacksonville,

short notice. through here yesterday.Mr. Begins Thursday, Sept. 29, who has bean visiting her parents, has
September 15th to October 15th
W. P. Williamson of Lake Kerris 1904.Wait returned home.L. .
here gathering up his cattle to puton TO ARIZONA,

Dumb Walter Connects With Bar their winter range. for the Broadway Millinerystore's Green, the tonsorial artist and

Messrs. Hodges and O'Hara have grand fall and winter openingof CALIFORNIA, lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft

Skilled Cooks Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands: recently purchased a new boiler at the ]latest creations in Ladies' and OREGON, WASHINGTON, and sweet and my hair-cut Is the best.I .

Special Price to Regular Boarders Ocala for their sawmill. It is expected Misses Ready-to-Wear and Dress and the GREAT NORTHWESTVia have two of the finest chairs: that turn

to arrive in Daisy today, drawn by Hats, and High Art Millinery goods. every way. Razors fixed In all styles.

twelve mules. When settled we will The buyer is now in New York City the Call and be convinced. West Broadway -
constantly hear the hum of the saw and tamsatking the great millinery districtsfor : next to A. Smith.

the sound of the whistle. I this occasion. On our opening date MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
Rinter Sprinkle and family have our
McGratfc's Stand Mrs. A. J. Albritton of Anthony was we will have on exhibition over one
I Very low rate: tickets will be sold from all points to California, profound sympathy in the death of
in town Friday. She is always a wel- hundred designs and patterns in Walk- Mrs. .
-- - Lydia
Arizona, Idaho Montana Oregon. Washington and the Northwest
come visitor. ing and Ready-to-Wear Hats, the larg-
daily September 15th to October 15th, inclusive. Liberal arrange-
The string band is practicing for the est and grandest assortment ever I forget the Wildwood camp
ments have been made for side trips en route at very low rates.
literary society.Don't shown in Ocala by any millinery dealer. meeting. Special rates over the S. A.
Stop-overs will also be allowed in California and the Northwest.
Atlantic Coast Line forget the tent meeting at An- We invite your inspection.L. L. See bills.
Write for detailed Information. Xo change of cars via the Mis-
thony. Quite a number of Daisy folks M. Quarterman.
souri Pacific. Look out for the big entertainmentat
are planning to go over Sunday night. Manager Millinery Department.
Tourist Sleeping Car every day, St. Louis to San Francisco with- the Odd Fellows Hall on Monday

out change. night October 3. There will be a cakewalk


Geo. A. Sherman, Lisbon. Red Mills, Tray. Pass. Agt. I' will have thl'eebo's to dive in a tub of

Lawrence Co., N. C., writes: "I had'I PACIFIC xo. 34 West Ninth St., syrup for a dollar. Refreshments of

First class excursion rates to St. Louis I kidney disease for many years and had RAILWAY. Chattanooga, Tenn. I all kinds will be served. Admission! ,

been treated by physicians for twelve 10s. I. PL Tompkins manager.Doti .

and Return: years; had taken a well known kidney -AND- A I II
I t forget the entertainment at
medicine and other remedies that were I
NORTHWESTFrom I Mrs. Maiie Ruth's next Tuesday night.
$45.55, final return limit, Dec 15 recommended but got no relief until I ,

- began taking Foley's Kidney Cure. The 15 to Oct. 15 Florida East I If you want to have a swell time go
Sept. Coast
$38 final return limit, sixty days first half bottle relieved me and four 1904. to the Odd r l1ows' hall Monday night.

bottles have cured me of this terrible II

$30.55 final return limit J 15 days disease. Before I began taking Foley's Cheap one way and round trip tick- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904.NORTHBOUNDBEAD There wilt lp an entertainment at
Mrs. 1V. I* Jones on Tuesday night
Kidney Cure I had to make water I ets on various dates to Texas, Okla-
SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWB. W.:>> for the benefit of the K. of P.
Special ten day coach excursions at very about every fifteen minutes, day and I' homa, New Mexico and Indian Terri .. -.

night, and passed a brick-dust sub- tory. Through tickets from all points. ..80 t9 nATIONS. N".7 Call at F.ilana's store on Tucker Hill .
X>6 L1y. Daa1l 1 .
1 Dailr. >&111.1lr
low rates stance, and sometimes a slimy sub Write to J. F. Van Rensselaer, generaal J for bargains. Prices to suit the times.
y.- &O..eoD UI. ............ .. ..... .At able
stance. I believe I would have died if I.I.I agent Southern Pacific and Union .. .......- ...............Bo JacboDY111e ......................L, 8 4:! a 1 u p
Through sleepers from Jacksonville to St. Louis via Montgomery and I had not taken Foley's Kidney Cure." Pacific Railroad 13 Peach- .............................Bt.! AugulUne.. ......................... 7 4d a OO p The editor is quite busy today, hence
I Companies .............................. .BlIol tlag............................... II 111 a I Oi P
Louisville and Nashville R. R. and "Dixie Flyer": route. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. tree St., Atlanta, Ga. : .... .. .....................E. Palat &............... ...... .__ _.._. e S4. 'dpt the scarcity of news.EMERGENCY .

For further information see F. J. Huber, Agent, Ocala. I 10 pl r ........... ...............'a.latka..L e lOa 4l5 p
PEDRO POINTS I i 111e.lL.v ................_.......Jt&1 tka.J. 1 7 Coello COp MEDICINESIt

I 18019p IAr ..........................BauYateo..........................Lr'e' till.
< == .... cox ................ ....8aa di .......................... .A" t t,8a I EJ Pi is a great convenience to have at
Mr. R. E. Perry continues very ill. I IEI
I 1.1 $3i'; Lt' .. .-..............-..... Neogx ....................-......Lv S Ida U3. i hand reliable remedies for use in cases
Our school is in a thriving condition. C8 'a 9 p ..............................Buanalla............................- II 43 to a 4tP of accident and for slight injuries and
About enrolled ........-.1>upoaA............... .............. S35a 840 P I
sixty-two pupils now I StomacbTroubles UUP .............................. Orm.l.d............................ 1C1\ [ t a os P ailments. A good liniment, and one
MANLESS LAND and more to enter. ...........- ............... .Daytona...................... ........ 41\1I"\ lee p
| i I as p........................ or Uruge............................_ 14: a I is p that is fast becoming a favorite If nota
Mr. J. I. Anderson, who visited relatives : fd II ............................):..w 8m'refs... ..... .....-............. 1 26" l p I' household
; t 117p .... .....- ._............... ............................. a C2& l1eo p necessity is Chamberlain'sPain
here for a feda.s, left Wednesday I t{ I 00 p..............................Ttweville...................._...... 813 I/o Balm. By applying It promptlyto
FOR LANDLESS NANI for Arcadia to join his family. t1 /a p .......... ............. ..Ao oa................................ 281& 1384pF
U II! I" p .............................Jtook.edg.. ................ ............ .227& 11 3Q. a cut. bruise or burn it alloys the
Mr. Clyburn\ of SummerfidJ was in i ld II 'Cf P ............................Jt&U teal le............................. 11\4\ a 12 CC9a .
4 Up.......... .................. delbourne........."._................ 144& 11 61. pain and'causes the injury to heal in
our burg Thursday. 1 III tit p .............................8.bASU&n............................... 12 Aga 11 011.1M' a about one-third the time usually required -
AnJ for him whose acreage Is limited because he cultivates a Miss Hlackville of SummerfitlJ l is 40 p ...................... ......_8t. Lude.. .................... ... 12 Oda II .
La lOOp.............................Ft. P18rll.._........................ 11 P 1013. and as it is an antiseptic
high-priced farm. There are vast tracts visiting her sister at this place. 18 I Up ........................... ..Tlbb61............._................ 1 Up 01aaY
III ......... .................. ..Edel1................................. 11 Up' '' prevents any danger of blood poIson-
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Perry very charm- r t 90 ,, .............. ...............Jensel1............................. 1111p t 4o aw ing. When Pain Balm is kept at handa
IN THE GREAT SOUTHWEST ingly entertained number of cured byWPEPJACURE !1 ............................. .8tI16,................................. 11 C5 p .80.
a large t7 I =, p ..................... "....Relle eOQ.n4........................... 1: 33p f O a sprain may be treated before Inflammation -
their young friends Friday evening 17 f10p -............ .........\"; ltJlII> ter.............._............ t 4aaK
Within stone's throw of farms in the state of cultivation f T//p ..........................W.PalrBeach......- .................. !lilp /15a sets in, which insures a
highest complimentary to their ]lovely cousin, 1 I i 69 ...............-.... ........IJOluou............................... i IV P T W. j jI I quick For sale by all drug-
which manloss and I I 08 i ..............................Delray..9p T40a recovery.
are be secured at .
practically can one-fifth to Miss Letta Remington of Kissimmi P. j I II I I H .................... ......,,. Laufcrdalt! ........................... tOlp 6UaI64a gists.
one-tenth the market price of "Old State" The entire house was beautifully dec I S9Ma p ............................ Hallandal ............................. T38p713p I
: per acre an farm. 113 p .................".."...L mon Clt.Miami /........ ............. ... 6 Wa
Write for illustrated literature descriptive of Arkansas, Indian orated in green and white, and a large { too., p IAr............ ..-........... .. .............................Lv. 9 00) soot> MRS. SYNOBLY SIMMONS,

quantity of cut flowers were tastefully i' ,
Territory, Oklahoma and Texas. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER,
arranged in all the rooms. Numerous I j 8AK70BD BRANOH.hdIOiI. ORANGE CITY BHANCH.W.U .

games' were indulged in. Some fine Has opened her parlors opposite Mar-
i | Ho.18 tie 11 Ro. IDatlyltallj
music followed which was rendered by ly Pally tin's stable, where she is fully prepared -

Messrs. Snowden and Orman. Then aLv.! ....,... TUaiTillf.,......irllZNp; I 10 lOa. LT..X. em rna.Ar IMp t E P to do all kinds of fancy and plain
any Southwestern: point every: Tuesday in September, and the Under i all curable conditions I ; us LI.........., O.teen..Lr, It 2*& Mom lltia LT LakeHelet) .Ar I Up
the guests were invited to the dining I MaJLT.i..Baterpilw: :; ..........Ar H OOa 113s.iLv.Oraaya' Cit .Ar IP l 04> dress making in the latest styles at
-- 1st and 3rd Tuesdays in October and Xovember. I a Lr........ .. ? ...,..,..LT MMt I55p 1146aJAr I .Or.tttyJo. LT li p I UPMa
room where refreshments were served, Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs.W. W. Lay- I short notice. Cutting and fitting a spe

c/I consisting of ice cream and cake. Mrs.Perry's Nevada 0., was ler of Hilliard : o No. e, 0 Neh Ila.l Ns,10 Hot2 cialty. Your patronage is solicited.
cured by Kodol Pa., was cured j $ataad Dour MATPOBT ball) Itwtaa
I I guests were: Misses Ethel DM1y Da11y Dally Dally Da11y
of stomach of Chronic I unity Daily. euept ]!gANCH.sc3p 8und'yoot. .
GEO. H. LEE, S. L. PARROTTGen. sa. a r.dy { end
Proctor. Lillian Lucius Viola Mix.son, trouble which Dyspepsia by HOUSES FOR RENT
Pass. Agt., Dist. Pass. Agt., Elsie Perry, Hue Milligan. MamieSnowden. had effected the use of 1 Is I 4t p 4 4p 107 / so t Lv J'oksonv'e Ar T 110 a C p t 20 4 1 7 p
I II Kodol. i iI t p OJ 4 i C3p1 M Bo.Jaeisasville / eiaMa 6 331 1 p 111 SI3 p Toby :Moore ulle-ll room.
Little Rock Ark.. Atlanta Ga.SA3OARD. I Miss l.lekwell.1.. M. and Mrs. ': his heart. I 4 6 33 p 3 40 t0 00 Pablo Beach.. 8 00 a 13 7 p I
V i }i 1 33 V ) p' I 35 141 t' 1014 a AUutio Beach 113 a 7 M a O 0 33 p 8Z pP D'Omito hOUlle--lIJ rooms.
Dias. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Messrs.'' 60 D141 ) 5 IC PN I CC PI I .13 s ir. Uaypart It 100 a t w a 1t 3 a 6 20Y I > P Seven-room house, two blocks from

--, .. I bert Orman. William and Wester H.1r-1' I
-- ---- I Two 3-room cottages, close In.
ris, Pierce Proctor Dell Shay. P<>ter i & CONkKCTION. MADE XT MIAMI WITH STIAUIHIF OP THt P. 4 O. I. I. CCSJPAKT FCI One 2-room cottage.All .

GIOIGI8aS.e. .. .. .. .. .. 9191 Perry Mr. Snowden and Mr. : HAVANA AND KEY WEST of these houses are in good con-
and Mrs. uSi
Houghs. The
evening was
f dition. Apply to
pleasantly spent in every' way. an-1 I
: ,I e T4blellho" the ttnef' whleh tNbifti may fee expected to arrlT and depart feternberger and Phillips
I when the clock tolled the hour of one .ta.UO:1lt: but Ihelr arilral or departure tt the times stated li DOt ( .r&nHd.. Next Anderson's Drugstore.
the i epaay hold itself rag 1 aibl.loi aiy delay or any eon 9uenee triilcc the
guests bade the host and hostess: ODOLDigea
e --
good night, assuring them an enjojo- eN'hI TaaLit .

AIR LINE RAILWAY + ble evening had been spent. V Copy of the LOCAL TXHB OABO or Other ImforaaatUmSEE
; = Sold by WM. ANDERSON, Ocala.The Georgia Southern
Miss I Ethel Proctor visited her sister : TH: TICKET AGENT"

II FOR !! at Levon Sunday.Mr. .
:Pan. Asat. Gen. PMI. Agwit., 6T. AUQUSTHra, YLL. & Florida Ry
S. L. Perry is expected to leave
Savannah, Columbia Camden Southern Plnea- __ __ ___
soon to be absent: during the winterRiiSettl. THE s 4p n "

: Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, I xtI i "Suwanee River Route.

Philadelphia New York. Atlantic Coast Line Railway CompanyTIME
II i TEXAS PACIFIC ; Dbl. Flyer Quick SteI .

WHAT'S IN A NAMEEverything I I -- -- ..... I

I TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. II I i f Lv. Palatka.. ... .... s :; I
is in the name when it A TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5, 1904 opml GI5&1D
'fd0 RAILWAY + Jaek."niIle.. ...._; 7 :;, V m 7 45 a m
: comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. De- Ar.\"aldlJ .... ......f! I1Upm, I1w p mAr
Seaboard :
Express ._ : Jl; 35 a 12: 33 p m
Witt & Co., of Chicago, discovered mI e
i I,i DEPARTURES FROM OCALAFor Ar. Cordele ... ..... 145 a 141Spm
some years how to make salve i j i d. A. L. .
ago a
! Seaboard Mail ....__ .' I
: Great Eastern Amerlcu : 5m 103 P m
1 : I from Witch Hazel that is a specific for ;, Rochelle, Palatka Jacksonville and ''Ar. Columbus. .. Jl; s"o p mi 5; 15 p m '

Piles. For blind, bleeding, itching and !J and Western Line TRAIN NO. 78, 1:10 P. M. all points east. Also for Macon, Atlanta Ar. Montgomery G.i.&Y.Ar. .... .... _.. ..._. ...., 7 3 p m

9. nODERN PULLflAN EQUlP!11ENT. : protruding Piles, eczema, cuts, bums i 1 I ] Nashville Chicago, via Macon .... ....... 141> a m 4 10 p m

i bruises and all skin diseases!!' DeWitt'sI I route. Ar. Augusta GFOSGIA .s.. .1l....... If p
.1 Across the Entire States of C. Salve has no equal. This has given For Leesburg. Croom, Trilby, Brooks- \ \tanta.! .... .. _I 7L a wIr. 7 os: p m

ONLY LINE OPERATING : rise to numerous worthless counter- TRAIN NO. 39 3:20 P. M. ville, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater \ IUI1I\'U"\ ... _...7 03: a ml. ..........
A r. BrmlDirCam! ... ... I'Ot. : mu............
: Dally Through Sleepers from JacKson. feits. Ask for DeWitt's-the genuine. lEXA? and l LOUISIANA Belleair, St. Petersburg, Lakeland, \ Mrmphrd:0. C. iT. 4At. __.. ... II 05 P mu...._.........

Sold by Wm. Anderson. Ii i iWORLD'S Tampa, and intermediate points. Marietta .... 1111 a 916 P mAr.
ville to New Orleans. : I i II Chattanaga....... 1 tJU P w. 105a a m
II I : TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25: P. M. For Juliette, Gulf Junction, Homosassa .4r. ahville __ .. 655pni' 313pmu.
Xn TilBLE T" \X"IR: ljl'ErThl\l :
FAIR RATES j iI and intermediate points. .)..cx5T. r. a. i 7 :14 P JL
-I \r.-t.lhuii: _... !
Tor fall information and Sleeper! BeierTationi, call on any Agaat Direct Line to for Juliette, High Springs Live Oak, \ ChlC&Z' ._ .. rot a W._...........
.., Seaboard, or writ Via L. and N. R. R. 1..a\.aa. i
I i TRAIN NO. 45,10:10: A. M. Dupont, Waycross and all points east Ar. Liutaville: .. .. .I I 30 a m': 12 5o P m
S NORTH TEXAS Ar. CincinnatI .._ ;!1J. mj; U tJU m
: A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Qen. Pass. Agent, I Excursion tickets now on sale daily !' and west.: C. &; E. J. B. e. 3 '
from Ocala to St. Louis and return. NhW MhXICO Ar. Chicago .-- I Ii: a m: 4 20 P m
Jacksonville Fl ;
j. TRAIN NO. 49, 7:10 A. M. For Juliette, Gulf Junction Homosassaand
S. C. BOYLS1') JR.. Passenger It tat, JackionTlll*. F'1a. J45.55-Return limit December 15. ARIZONAand intermediate points.
Solid train frhm JaCkiOnl1le to Macon.
.slomomeme.. .. .. .. .. .. .... J3S.OO Return limit 86 days. Trains from I'alatka connect It 1'Aldosta with
J30.55-Return limit 15 days. Trains No. 39 and 78 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.P. trams rOln north froom Jad l.Dvllle.
Local '' on DIxie train for Ma-
Corresponding low rates from other & O. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on con. tf'm.tmDI rri In depr.t until fl1for 7so a. m.

I CALIFORNIA Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursiays at 11:30 Pullman Buffet! :'1' frow Jaekionnleto -
points. The L. and N. is the best line p. : rt Louis via shore route without

FRESH MEKTS :AND: GAME: to St. Louis. I For full complete and: reliable information regarding! rates, through car change of carli In Dine Flyer train.aliO Pullman's .
1n! 'st eleeperd on ialte traIn to Chicago
For rates, schedules and sleeping car WRITE FOR NEW n""K'11- n.XfREE: arrangements, eleeper: reservations, etc. call on any Atlantic Coast Line I wlthut ehanga
AT THE CITY MARKET I' address. Korwhf-duifcg: ; southbound and other Information .
agent or
reservations, apply to J. M. Fleming I E. TURNER ,add :ad

We keep on hand a full line of the best!!' Beef Pork Mutton and Sausageto Fla. Pass. Agt., :O6 W. Bay St., Jacksonville : T. C. WHITE Division Passenger Agent. J. H. RAFnX Y. ,
General' Passenger Agent DistrictPaaoenger.201 W. Bay Mreel
be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables etc. Careful attention to Fla., or C. L. Stone, G. P. A., H. If. EMERSON, Traffic Manager, W. J. CRAIG. General Pass. Agent Jacksonville Fla
orders and quick delivery made. W. L. JONES, Proprietor Louisville. Jr Dallas Texas. Wilmington. Norm Carolina. lieDerall'awliKeF Agent Uacon.Ga.



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Volume 10, Number 9J OCALA, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yea

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Dollars Invested in Gilt-Edged Secur- : Of the Coming Great Battle Near '

eties by the Finance Committee of I j Mukden-Japanese Suspiciously AT THE CITY MARKET

New Goods to the Teapot.White the Woodmen of the World i I |i Quiet the Last Few Days

The following article from the Oma- i I Trunks and SatchelsTo Ft. Petersburg. P-pt. 29.-"I am look-

ha Bee was handed us by Assistant I iiig forward to the battle at Mukden Leading Wholesale" & Retail Butchers

Seal Codfish in Three-Pound i State Organizer C. H. Dame of the with considerable< trepidation. While

Woodmen of the World. As some hundreds .I I hope. like all Russians< for the success -

Boxes I of the Star's readers belong to of our arms. at the same time the ,:

Fat Salt Mackerel, Dutch Herring and I or are interested in that large and fast ;! Lines of Goods. I remarkable showing made by the Japanese -: WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY

growing order, we take pleasure In reprinting i our shows more plainly than words.
Bloaters! I
I it: \I that General Kuropatkin will meet an i
Omaha has within its corporate limits t-nemy capable of taking advantage of .
Royal Scarlet Lobsters and Brownie
one of the heaviest bond buyers I even the smallest false movement

Salmon t west of Chicago corporate fraternal I I The above is an expiespion!' given! out FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109

order that is acquiring, for inn'stment'' by a member of the war ministry, and
only iHOOO to JSO.OOO in bonds COMPANY : in .1 ilrge measure expresses the opinion -

monthly! and that recently started the of the Russian people. Russia' i is
Walnuts Pecans, Brazil Nuts and i
effete financiers of Broadway and Wall hoping( for success; her people are -

Shelled Almonds streets with orders for nearly $;.00,000of THE ONE PRICE HOUSE I'' praying for victory; yet even among IT IS NOW TIME

bonds. j the i ignorant the new spectre of victoi -

Fancy Evaporated Peaches, Prunes and The Woodmen of the World, through i; iuus Japan caused a thrill of appre-
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Raisins the finance committee Messrs. Root !j I stnsion.Thf For Out Plans for Fall
Everyone to Lay
Sates and HhEI.r.ardere the bUP'rs'' SPRING PARK NOTESMr. I MISS SHARPE'S KINDERGARTENAND extreme quietness that has prevailed -

CAPE COD CRANBERRIES of the securities.The !, PREPARATORY SCHOOL along the entire Japanese front Activity. We Offer Assistance to
C. Wishit and .Mr. A. Tiller of I for th" several with our
past days together
committee has just returned; Will open the first Monday in October .

-I'or :S ;ic At- from its investment labors and has de- ; Montague were visitors in town Sun at the s.fool rooms 1'S: North Second the languid manner in which they have All the Hustlers.

lulled in the safety vaults of the First i i: day. street. Fur particulars address Miss pushed" the campaign( from Yen Tal
I .Mrs. R. E. I'.l.u-k and \ of
National bank the purchases made. little son lends color to the fear: that the invaders -
| Annie M. Sharpe, corner Fourth and
TEAPOT ROCERYPUREMILK These with the accumulation since i! Brooksville ate visiting Mrs.' Lime streets Ocala, Fla.. have something up their sleeves \fUNROE' & CHAMBLISS[

I September. 1S99. now aggregate over ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Harnf-F. I which they intend to spring, upon General ,
Messrs. Chalker and Scarborough areputting I
S2.000.000. while the total bond holdings j Kuropatkin.It
up a six room t-oltagt fur the is that the battle of Muk
of the order including other divisions SHEET MUSIC SALE Bankers.
are $3. iiOlfllJ. j j"We turpentine company. near the old hotel den will occur to the east and northeast -
All sheet music will be
surprised Chicago and New grounds.Mr. our ot that city, somewhere between
I sold at C. T and 10 cents untilit OcalaFlorida
I! John ft.irnes of Istarhatta: spent
1"01' f'hand SHI King. All idea that
York, said Sovereign Commander J. C.
Pore Milk and Creamare I a few days hereith his parents re- i if gone Sale begins Sept.2.:!:!. the Japanese would attack the
Hoot in discussing the matter of the
the greatestof cently.Mr. OCALA MUSIC CO. positions proper at Mukden
among inxestment. "The)' have been used
and Mrs. J. K. }:..lin's boy babyhas
have been abandoned, and it is believed,
table delicacies. Theyare heretofore to placing) nothing but 10
},/'t'n'er)" ill. but i is better at this that the Russians will be compelled to
cent out here and when
per mortgages j, LUMBERROUGH
both RICH( PURE and they found out we were after them i writing. TO THE WORLD'S FAIR turn an.l meet a flanking) movement in

if I Miss Mollie Kelly, sister of Mrs.I Ro- the vicinity of the points mentioned.
WHOLESOME suppliedby high-grade securities we were much I AT ST. LOUIS
din has been suffering from a severecold
sought after and were frequently entertained : Some Small Russian Success
for the past week. Tickets at low rates now on sale.
at the fashionable restaurants London. Sept. 29.-The VladivostokconvsjMHident
Mrs. H. I:.'s son is quite sick For particulars apply to Mr. S. P. Hay, u DRESSEDSee
THE HERMITAGE DAIRY and were never unattended by bond of the Central News
i with a cold. S. i:. P. A., M. & O. R. R., Montgomery -
sellers until after the most careful i iconsideration sends that
a report two Japanese torpedo -
(; KO: H TY I.ER: Prop. Mrs. 1* J. Hamilton has been spending Ala.
and our ]lawyers' opinions !: boats and one Japanese steamer or Phone
I the past week in Jacksonville! visiting
we had filed! our order and were |! have been sunk by mines near Port
old fri'-nds, :\(rs. J. lii-ntlcy: and CALENDARSThis
; ready to return to Nebraska. We : Arthur during the past few days. A

For bought Chicago bonds (a city with less [ Dr. Harrison's family.It cruiser of the Nitlaka. type is said to B. H. SEYMOUR
WATCHESAnd is rejxirted that two rows and a office has nice line of 1903:;
debt than almost other in the : a
;: any na- > han been seriously damaged in the
!i hog were run over Friday night:; by the calendais: which we will be pleased to
/. South Park bonds a bunch of same manner. PHONE; NO. 25. Ocala Fla
I south bound mail train near the Mayo
show to desiring to purchase.
REPAIRSGO $40,600/ / Omaha; 4s-the price on the |! anyone
crossing, and the fragments. {.f l..--f md
Omaha and Chicago issues being par- i -- MORE RIOTS
TO- l pork were scattered promiscuously between -
and a number of eastern municipal and i

F G. B. WEIHE I school issues, also some high-grade i here and the junction. Disturbances of strikers are not

southern issues. O.K. nearly as grave as an individual disorder -
The Fall in
Jeweler, FROM 148 TO 82 POUNDSOne Styles MillineryMrs.
-- Reserve Fund Obligatory of the system. Overwork, loss of
sleep nervous tension will be followedby
"By the laws of the order we are of the most remarkable cases of
utter collapse unless a reliable remedy
I compelled( to carry 25 per cent of our I!a cold deep-seated on the lungs, caus- GroceryLemons
HANDSOME STOCK is immediately employed. There'snothing
reserve fund in government bonds. i ing pneumonia is that of Mrs. Ger- so efficient to cure: disorders of Minnie A. Bostick has selected the .

They are safe, but bring the poorest 'i trude E. Fenner Marion Ind., who was
-OF- the Liver and Kidneys as Electric Bit-
I returns of any. It is sentiment how- !! entirely cured by the use of One Minute -

FALL & WINTER ver. Incidentally myself and! the !' Cough Cure. She says: "The ters.ive nervine It's a wonderful and the greatest tonic and all effect round FINEST LINE OF MILLINERY .

I other members of the finance commithf !coughing and straining weakened
1 I medicine for run down systems. It
ate under bonds of $ OOOOO each, j me that I ra ndown in weight from ItS
dispels Nervousness, Rheumatism and

PIECE JOODS. and a surety company bond at that j to 92 pounds. I tried a number of Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs. :! Ills ( i
FV Ba-D'jiM! f : 1l1
I II We have bought $50,000 bonds this j j I remedies to no avail until I used One Lemons, Only 50s., and satisfaction guaranteed :p ; a

week have in the vaults $250,000 Oma- |I Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles of by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

I have now in the handsomest and I ha issues and are now prepared to i I this wonderful remedy cured me entirely ,

most i-to-date line of Piece Goods for lake whatever bonds this city may issue J of the cough strengthened my Lemons.

Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, for Fall II I but not at a high premium. Our i:, lungs and restored me to my normal BLITCHTON BRIEFS
I A. E.
f I
and Winter Wear, that has ever been $';illlIWI; ( bonds were bought so as to net :i weight, health and strength." Sold by
I This box last Friday night
offered in Ocala. Call early, see the j| us about per cent, and the interest Wm. Anderson. TEN CENTS A DOZENAT
: was a success although the weather
Goods and Styles, and make your selection tate in the banks now to depositors ]
I was unfavorable, which kept some from THE JEWELER
Many years of experience. Every 'I averages not over 2 per cent. j BELLEVIEW'S BUDGET THE-
attending. "'p realized the nice little
piece of work guaranteed, and. the The fund for the accumulation of I
sum of $26.:! and take this opportunity!
Prices are in keeping with the Goods. these securities was collected throughthe '. ..
i R\ \ 1--: M. r. Imnklin filled his regular (if thanking the good people for their

regular assessment rate of the or-I| appointment here Sunday; and lie O.K.Grocery liberal rontributions.Ir. FINE WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER
Jerry the
der. mortuary rate being far be- j and J. \Vhiseiiant; drove up to Ocala P.lilch returned home Saturday! ,
low even normal. Our laws make it j .
Merchant Tailor. Monday.Mr. from Chicago, where he went a few
-- -- -- obligatory to segregate 10 per cent of j Sam C.iuthen and] family; spent weeks ago.1'rofessor.

our assessments into an emergency j .. JEWELRYJND
)! Sunday witht Mr. J. i I'elot.We Overhultz visited his fam-
J. D. WILLIAMS fund and we did this before investing]i are1.1.1; to note that Mrs. Xii-h-
ily at Keuka Saturday and Sunday.
I money in bonds, so that the l latter ]i ols is again:
up '
I Mr. and Mrs. ( ..urll\\)' were visitorsin
CARPENTER AND BUILDER purchases are in addition to the obligatory :: ciowd and I i
'i Quite gathered jra\v ourschool I I our burg Tuesday.Mr. .
I fund. We never buy a bond', teacher: a surprise' : last night i I
h'ruuks'lade a business: trip toIutuiellon
oil.! : :* his services to the people ofi I CLARK BROS. HGRS
where any question ever has been j I In a question contest Ivey \
i ,i! i Soul vicinity for work in his line. I I I Tuesday.The OPTICJLGOODS:
raised !
: on the payment of an obliga-
won the prize Refreshments were *
If ouimtMulatiuns and good work I B. Y. P. I had a"t'ry interest
11 > I
tion. Repudiation is a word not in the served.Belleview.
t'"lillI. thru I feel Capable to make es- Phone J74. s I ing meeting Sunday, as it was the time
lexicon of the Woodmen. .j: .
and Wildwood] l' n-d
i<> ,
the of officers.
t t.:j, tit s and l l.uiy them to a successful : Ifur,I election new
"This great fund will continue to
l "u". J. Williams.. teams played baseball here last Saturday NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY I i Messrs. Hane and Marlow were in
grow and is an added assurance that ,; 15elle\iew REPAIRING A SPECIALTYMerchants
: winning by a SCUM ! Ulltl. .
No. 13S, ? 2nd: Ocala ".
_____ : :a.1 when the time comes for epidemics : of 6to :,. I i
'u -- I II I plagues or unusual mortality ourlarge : I
The colored Odd Fellows: met Saturday II I A COLD SETTLED IN HIS KIDNEYS Block.
I !I
'VI-lITE'S and growing order, there will be
The brass
night. band
camedown V. B. POTTS
no defaults in .
payments or assurances."Oh. I
Cream I from lkahln the afternoon I A. S. Jennesse 9201 Butler St.. Chicago '
Vermifuge i yes the bonds are safe, as it ; train and made nice .
I !i writes: bl am a switchman
requires the personal presence of the i i i the of October
night 6. the 15 Y.
: am out in all kinds of weather. I tooka
tinann'"l'mmittet' of three or their P. U. will give ice and R. MARTIN & CO.
THE GUARANTEED an creim supper at Carpentering i coM) which settled in my kidneys and J.
three! deputies and the .
master key of .
the town hall. Let !
everybody ome.We General Repairing : I was in bad shape. I tried several ad- I .
I the bank to get at them, even, for coupon Rev. I
B..aIT1I fromOcala.
A WORM : expect ? vertised remedies with no benefit, untilI
cutting, and that it one of our busyuceuathf5 .
I. i I i alp Major Hall and f.tlnily.I Satisfaction Guaranteed I was recommended try Foley's Kidney

;; { nowadays." !I i AddressBOX Cure. Two-thirds of a bottle curedme. : GENERAL LIVERYMEN
1 3 Y1EDY i TRAGEDY AVERTED 691 OCALA, FLA ." Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.
!! "Just in the nick of time our little !
I I Fine Carriages Buggies and Traps
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. I boy was saved," writes Mrs. W. Watkins I
Nathan Mayo of Summerfield has I Drummers Carryalls Saddle! Horses etc.
BtAAEE OF IMITATIONS.THE i I a 1 of Pleasant City; Ohio. ""Pneu i Rev.: G.'aham of Anthony; fillt-.i! his ,
GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BY I pair of large mules that he wants to
monia had played sad havoc with him appointment hre Sunday :and
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. i sell or trade for smaller pair; also a OCALA ,
and a terrible cough set in besides. ;jt .nh.-l a very interesting' sermon. FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses
9T. Louie MO. I good buggy and saddle horse and ponyfor !
'M by the A:,Ai"-Monoi Drugstore Doctors treated him but he grew worse Misses MattSe and Ada Leitner ,

--- i sale right. ;' every day. At length we tried Dr. WAGON WORKS A,..b'lr gilled on their cousin. Miss and Mules for Sale. Horses

King's New Discovery for Consumption i'h.,: 100t'- Leitner.;, of this place last
L.ALEXAKDEHPractical I I Boarded the Month at Special Rate.
ABSCESS : and our darling was saved. He :Oun'IY. by

I is now sound and well.] Everybody The only device that does the work :M.: :. Vincent rhalker and sister 3nl.l .

".. H. Harrison: of Cleveland. Miss, ought to knowits the only; sure cure s right. The best Horseshoer in Ocala. Miss!i Nora Knoblock. our efficient : J. R. MARTIN & CO. .

CARPENTER AND BUILDER I I writes 15. 1902: "I want to say a word for Coughs. Colds ani all Lung dis i i The most complete! Wagon, Buggy and <=.'hool t-nher. attended church at An !

II I lof praise for Ballard's Snow Liniment. eases. Guaranteed by; the AntiMonopoly I Carriage building repairing and paint. th"rlYunday mornin -
r ..- .11! I'Stmut.! : : made on all contract in Central Florida. All kinds ofElacksmithir.g
: I stepped on a nail, which caused the Drugstore. Price ;50c.; and $1.Tril.l ing Th- 'nunp"orle of Griner Farmh J. M. MEFFERT. J. H. TAYLOR.
\ ii\f< !:.ii-1.; "II,1 bftter uorkfori done.
s ;I cords in my leg to contract and an abscess : bottles free.HEADQUARTERS. .-.!! A Mnder lol.ilinat the school ,

;L" ;.,"::cy; th.tii any other: in town. I: to rise in my knee and the doc h"is*e Friday nicht.: There were: Quite :

-- ---- ,: tor told me I would have a stiff leg, so FOR I W. F. McATEER, .i :iroo.J m.iny were present and ai! hal: Ocala Ice & CoHave

I. A. Colyer Bros one day I went to J. F. Lord's drugstore SCHOOL SUPPLIES I I Proprietor. .n -njoy.ibl lime.M' Packing

: (who is now in Denver Colo.). He recommended I'halkf'or.. who hts! bn

a bottle of Snow Liniment. lest Ink. IT bottl.. . . . .4--. ., -a. iiinIt Palatka. i is a: home !c a

Merchant Tailors I], I got a 50c. size and It cured my leg. It Slate Pencils. 4 in box . . .1. Opposite City Hall P. 0. Box 374 f.. -. -i.iysii : the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work-

Have in stock une of the finest assort Is the best liniment in the world." Rest Rubber-Tipped Leul: Pet.- il. .1Sihool i:. B H. Lei'iier a-id riv.rring
H. R. HUNTER ing plant in this section, and as a result, are
m.'tat of suiiiugs for holiday suits | ABSCESSES, with few exceptions Crayon colored per bos. .1 1 1,s'lshi'-r. Miss rharlotte. were in ooala

eu-r presented to the Ocala public. I' are indicative of constipation or debil- White Crayon gross in btpx .. .v I M-.R-lay. ; turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest ice.

Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning, jity. They may, however result from Large Tablet ink or pencil .. .:;?I I i ..-.-.;-;"_EGTJNand !: .; ;.-.;-..; Mr.I'. M. Murphy went to Ocali!

d>t-ini and repairing neatly done. Fall I i I blows or from foreign bodies Introduced Desk: Rulers .. "." .." .. .4i' Tu-.y" RG burl.t Phone KTo. 84.I .

and winter suitings to your liking i Into the skin or flesh such as nl.1l hboaroll-raers. .. .. . .-'-: \,I "-

Best suits for the money in town. Inspection splinters, thorns, etc. Ballard'a Snow Best Pen I'oints. per doz 'n. .. "<' Lavender, for keeping moths out of

solicited.! Xo. 3, North Main I Liniment is sold in Ocala by the AntiMonopoly Lunch: Roses. . .. . . . .?,..f,, LOCKSMITHRepairing your woollen goat. Nothing else so WATCH FOR THE BLUE \V AGONSI

St., two doors north of Ocala House, I Drugstore. i The Ocala Bazar; Cadson. a Specialty. goc.d. Potoffice Drugstore. I ,,,

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School Supplies _/A week SEVERELY ago R. E. Yonge SHOCKED, Sr., had an 1 J '

experience with electric wires that he I BANK

is in no hurry to repeat. It seems a ill

tree on Oklawaha avenue, near Allan II i' I J1LI i 1

The Children Like Pledgers' place, fell on the electric wires

and caused them to be buried out I

wherever crossed. On that night Post

sie Yonge and family, who, by the way, 1 CAPITAL S30,000.

Are the kind you find here. Every good thing for were all sick in bed, were startled by \

making school! work easy. New and secondhandschool the wires in the bedroom catching on

books bought sold and exchanged. Money fire. Mrs. Yonge became greatly
frightened, woke up Mr. Yonge, who
saved you in this. The largest 4 and 5-cent pencil instantly proceeded to get on the foot- CIRECTORS: :

tablets! ever sold for the price. toard of the bed and attempted to separate -

the burning strands, in doing R. S. Hall, R. L. Anderson, Edward Hiller, J. K. Christian.

which he struck his left wrist againsta

H. B. MASTERS"THE wire which gave him a terrible George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford.

iock, sending his feet to the ceiling

HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT"OOHL.H end his head to the floor, injuring his President Caihien

right knee, which was cut badly on a

: : : FL.H.: lamp shade, also a gash! on the shin of HERBERT A. FORD, F. L. WATSON.

his left leg four inches in length. It
completely stunned him for a few sec

onds. When he recovered he had the
connection cut off or it would have I PLUMBING AND

PALMIST burned up his house. He yet feels the IBIG:

shock, but is able to be around.

Stopping at the Montezuma Hotel for a ELECTRIC COMPANYR.

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Short Time Only CHILDREN'S MANY MISFORTUNESIn

Proprietors and PublishersC. Can be consulted on all affairs of life, SURPRISE PARTYEVERY R. B. CAMPBELL, Manager.
the ages of children up to twelve
such as business speculations lore,
years, their misfortunes, from baby's
L. BITTINGER, courtship marriage divorce; In fact, Plumbing Gas and Steam Fitting
heat the ,
prickly to boy's open sore
everything connected with your daily
Editor and General Manager. are many. Few parents realize the
life. Has helped others, why not you? ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
therapeutic value of sulphur for skin
Remember the Madam Is no fortune
teller, but one endowed with the gift WORK AND GENERAL REPAIRING
Editor and Business Hancock's Liquid Sulphur nature's Telephone 15. Postoffice Box 928.
City Manager of prophecy, spoken of In I. Corinthians -
greatest germicide, is indispensable in
xii: 10 and in the fourteenth chap-
a home where are children-It may FOR EVERY BODY THAT BRINGS SANITARY PLUMBING,
ter of the same book. Office hours, 10a.
SCHOOL TAXES AND HARD ROADS be taken internally or applied direct to
m. to 8 p. m. Room 37. third floor. HIS POCKET BOOK AND WANTSTO GAS AND STEAM FITTING,
the affected
Come early and avoid waiti ". Every- parts. ELECTRIC WIRING,
Because of the reduction of the county thing strictly confidential. Here is the opinion of Mr. H. J. La- BUY SOMETHING.- ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES,

school tax by the county commissioners mar, Vineville, Macon Ga.: "We used INSTANTANEOUS WATER HEATERS, '
Visitors are not received on.Sunday. I .
from !r. tit 4'mills, and! the your Liquid Sulphur on our year old E. C. SMITH WIND MILLS, ,
baby who suffered intensely from
great outcry against the said reduction WOODEN TANKS,
SHEET MUSIC SALEAll prickly heat over her entire body. A STEEL TANKS
by the people, who are deeply l interested -------- ,

in the cause, the commissioners our sheet music will be half dozen applications in two days entirely GASOLINE ENGINES,
relieved her and she soundly. NEWSPAPER SOLDJ. COLORED REFORM CLUB
restored the millage to 5 as formerly. sold at 6, 7 and 10 cents untilit slept ACETYLENE GAS PLANTS,

In the discussion that followed the is gone. Sale begins Sept. 22. You should recommend Liquid Sul- GASOLINE LAUNCHES,

county commissioners laid great stresson OCALA MUSIC CO. phur strongly to mothers. It will provea Ira Gore of St. Petersburg last The colored people of Stafford's STEEL ROW BOATS,

the finances of the county; that they blessing to every family with small week sold the Sub-Peninsular Sun ID Pond six miles west of Ocala, on the HOUSE HEATING PLANTS.

children. C. B. Gillette of New York City for a
in and demands WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS.
were J15.0UV debt Rlitchton road, organized a reform club
The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., good price and a cash consideration.
made them for hard roads.
upon new ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR SALE CHEAPA last Friday night at Perry Edwards',
Baltimore, Md., sends free its book- Mr. Gillette will put in power new machinery -
the that
H great was pressure they the later being the inciting cause of

could not see how to refuse the peop1e's let on sulphur. and improve the paper in many the said good work. Sixty {..nrulledthtl11seh'fs
brand new, up-to-date Americanized -
insistency and every time such ways. He is an old newspaper man, W. P. EDWARDSAt
Encyclopedia\ Britannica for sale under the banner of reforma.nd
While Dr. Powers was in Coloradohe having been thirty years on the New
petitions were granted it placed on the
cheap at this office. pledged themselves to eschew evil
passed through the mining region York World. Mr. Gore and mother l
county greater expense, and less abil- ourgdes hrgm shrdlu and have the mailed! hand of the law the City Market
omttgvt an nyo I
I until recently the theater of labor trou- may seek another field.
ity of the county commissioners to reduce laid on all evil doers of their ra I bles. He saw the railway station near I
the Hunting debt of $13.000 or that precinct. The object of the ck-b
18000. Victor, which was blown up with dynamite PAY NO MONEY TO CARRIERS is to promote good citizenship and to Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable
lain's Cough RemedyI and where a number of non-
Now, this was a specious plea of the r.iise the children to honesty, sobriety
union men were killed, few monthsago. in Season
commissioners. for if they will adhere a Subscribers to the Evening Star are and virtue; to pledge themselves to -.
have sold Chamberlain's Cough On being asked which side
- to the original idea namely, only continuing was requested to pay no money to the car- quit buying what they don't need and
Remedy for more than twenty years to blame in the labor troubles he laconically
work on the four hard roadsas rier boys. Make your payments at the only purchase the absolute necessitiesof City and Country Trade SolicitedFree
and it has given entire satisfaction. I replied, "Both.
originally laid nut, the four radiating office or by mail. Bittinger & Co. life save their money an I secure
have sold a pile of it and can recom-
from the county seat north, homes and land to cultivate.
mend it highly.-Joseph Mcllhiney. A POWER FOR GOOD I Delivery Phone 12i.d .
east, south and west the road money I THE STOMACH IS THE MANA Perry Edwards, who :Is th-> prime !
Linton, Iowa. You will find this rem-
ended would show I -- ---- -- -
exi greater progressin mover of their organzation, believesin -- --
edy a good friend when troubled witha The pills: that are potent In their action -
fontinuHig th eoriginul hard roads, i I I and practices what *,<> preaches, and
weak stomach weakens the man,
cough or cold. It always affords
and pleasant in effect are DeWitt'9Little I
for at the present rate the commissioner quick relief and is pleasant to take. Early Risers. W. S. Philpot of because it cannot transform the food made the assembly u rattling good talk, d DAME
are granting petitions for new which was heartily and
he eats into nourishment. Health and appreciate ap-
For sale all
by druggists. Albany. Ga., says: "During a bilious I
spokes to the hard road huh it will take I strength cannot be restored to any sick plauded. His theme was "Justice. Loyalty _
attack I took one. Small as it was it
from ten to fifteen years before any of KODAK DEVELOPING man or weak women without first restoring Liberty and Happiness." He said
did me more good than calomel, blue
The Leader In Ice Cream :
these spokes will reach any of the health and strength to the this country was the best on earth and ,
Anyone wishing kodak films developed mass of any other pill I ever took and hl I I! ll l
county lines, and if the system of stomach. A weak stomach cannot digest guaranteed justice under the law. He i WELCOMES
can have it well and cheaply done at the same time the effect was pleas- OPPOSITION
Slanting more spokes continues it will I enough food to feed the tissues urged every man present to pay his JI
by applying to Mr. Sylvester. ant. Little Early Risers are certainly I ': I DEFIES COMPETITION
te twenty or thirty years before the tax and other tax
and revive! the tired and run down poll every to whichhe :r -
an ideal pill. Sold by Wm. Anderson. -
original four roads' planned and inaugurated limbs and organs of the body. Kodol was subject and assume the duties -.- The originator of theVELVET

will reach their destination. We TAKEN UP Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat, encumbent on all good citizens. He I

know the intensity of pressure broughtto cleanses and strengthens the glands|appealed to all to aid him in his efforts BRAND

bear by people in various sections Dark bay mare, blazed face, right NOTICEAll and membranes of the stomach and to promote \\'f'ltare-moral and I Cj Any color or flavou

for the building of but hind foot white up to ankle; marks of privilege and licenses 1 I
new spokes we occupational his
cures indigestion. dyspepsia and all lotI'itual-of race; to organize to it Orders filled demand in -
on any quail1
fee! confident if the ori proposition saddle on back. Owner can have the are due on the first day of stomach troubles. Sold by Wm. An- j see, teach and know each other and to !Ia +f ity desired.

could\ have -en adhered to in the ,', animal by paying for her keeping and October. A penalty is affixed for fail- derson. I ['['red.!te the condition of the race !!

tinued construction of the original m-I this advertisement. J. C. Perkins, ure to secure licenses at this date. Licenses : and by so doing win the respect and I -. -- ------

hard roads great progress'= would) ) have I Shady Grove, Fla.NEGLECTED. secured thereafter does not relieve In a note to the editor of the Et:1r.1' confidence of the white race, who were

been made in their elongation and aEreit one of the penalty.R. I their best friends. He denounced Be- C *
under date of September 26. N"w Yor We Are Still Hustling.
number of people would have COLDS Bulluck, County Judge. City Jake Brown says: "I leave tomorrow fore Day Club, if such clubs existed VT5

been benefited more so than in the Every part of the mucous membrane, E. L. Carney, Tax Collector. for Nebraska City, Neb., to and all! vicious and evil practice? of and supplying builders with the very

manner new petitions have been granted the nose throat, ears( head, lungs, etc., join wife and children. Hope to be his people. He believed that he knew ii i

and new roads started. If the or- are subjected to disease and blight. WORKING OVERTIME home with the 10th or 15th the decent and honest people of has: best seasoned lumber for every pur- 4W1''$

igilall'lan of four hard roads had been from neglected colds. Ballard's Hore- Eight-hour laws are ignored by of October. Politics getting hot up race condemned murder, rape etc. The pose. While the demands of our customers jJ pjEfo Lrt*?! j ,,,f

adhered to the question of a deficit hound Syrup is a pleasant and effective those tireless little workers-Dr. King's here." negro must respect himself ere he can are great we have disappointed JtfW J u,

would not now confront and vex the remedy, :25c.: 50c., and $l. W Aken- New Life Pills. Millions are always at be respected'= by others. Without I being no one and are glad to state that our ifSv Cft, i tSi

commissioners We know the hard drick Valley Mills, Texas, writes, May work night and day curing Indiges- WANTED boy from fourteen to frugal and economical they could efforts to meet the desire for a grade -*0 j m I l

rout sentiment is steadily growing and 31, 1901: "I have used Ballard's Hore- tion, Biliousness, Constipation, Sick I not thrive and rise above their present j i
seventeen years of age. to learn the of lumber of the best quality have been
we also realize that every tax payer hound Syrup for coughs and throattroubll's Headache and all Stomach, Liver and "hand to mouth" way of living; strive V-*** N TV &fZZZ&ri
printing business. A good place for
cannot have a hard road in front of his ; it is a pleasant and most effective Bowel troubles. Easy, pleasant, safe, j to respect the law and see It Is enforced appreciated far beyond our eipecta- -c. (s&Ktl&rtions.
the right boy. Apply at the Star o
door. no matter how great the amount remedy" Sold by the Anti-Mo- sure. Only 25c., at the Anti-Monopoly ce'lW.W.Carman&Co. against all vicious persons'= and C H i i ? m f tiO1 L.1JC.I.GRACE '

af taxes he pays: and therefore the nopoly Drugstore. Drugstore.T. I aid the officers in the discharge of their

county commissioners, sticking to the duties. The members of this club will =tl> yn1GHTV '

original text would best serve the interests CREAMERY BUTTERThe J. Owens of this city was in the co-operate and stand by each other

of the tux payers and furtherthf railroad wreck at Lewiston, Me., on and defend the race if unjustly accused -
You will find a well selected stock of
ends of the hard roads. "'e. for Carmichael and Son Co. keep September 25. when three persons were groceries at but strenuous in prosecuting if THE NEWBARRET

one would not"spend a dollar on hard constantly on hand, receiving a fresh killed and nine seriously injured, and guilty; that the club will ostracize any I q

roads over and above the amount of supply every two days, delicious, pure. twenty more bruised and CARMAN &. CO'S., person in that district who will n't'

such a tax received during the >'ear. Georgia creamery butter, :25: cents per Owens: was painfully bruised. He will. on North Main St., north of city mar- live a decent life and inform on all who LP

no matter what the contention. Just pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. start for home tomorrow if able to ket. become violators of the lawIt is the

simply: say that "when you tax payers ---- ------ travel. He is now resting easily at the Specialties <-bject and hope that every colored

give us more money we will build hard home of his sister in Boston. citizen of that precinct will become a
roud.s faster and more of them." If this member of Perry JMwards' reform

policy had been adhered to from the DENTIST WANTED-Quickly, few persons to CHICKENS AND EGGS club. Let these people persist! In their

beginning we are confident the eagerness represent long established wholesale Remember the place and rest assur- good work and in due time they will

for hard roads all over the county Office over Munroe & Chambliss' house among retail merchants and ed we will treat you right. I reap their reward.

would have been so great that they Bank Ocala, Florida. agents. Local territory of few coun- W. W. CARMAN & CO. I II ,7vY 1

__ I Jf ,y,,
would have been willing to bond the
ties. J1S salary and expenses paid 0- -- GIVEN UP TO DIE

county in a sum necessary to give them J. E. CHACE weekly. Expense money advanced. I d3

the mileage of hard roads the different Commission extra. Permanent engage- E. Spelgel. i:04:! N. Virginia St., Evansville ?Yr I

sections lIe..t1' it is the youngestman DENTAL SURGEONOffice ment. Business successful. Previous t Ind., writes, : "For over five

on the present board will lie dead experience not essential. Enclose self- r __ I years I was troubled with kidney and:

and in his grave en- hard roads reach upstairs Commercial Bank addressed envelope. Address. Superintendent ','. bladder affections which caused me

the" vounty lines. Building, Ocala Florida Travelers, 323 Dearborn St.. -. y- I much pain and worryI lost flesh and
I _._.'. __
f. -
In saying what we have we are not TERMS CASH Chicago. was all run down, and a year ago had h
} 1 .1 __
accusing the board of squandering the ----- -- .MF.icrn ; to abandon work entirely. I had threeof

taxes fur hard roads, but by the con- i Sumter Brooks, the merchant of Old- T.LO\15 STATIU N : the best physicians who did me no

linut-d admission of new sH>kc<: and the town was in town today with fresh who e iI i good and I was practically given up to
X|eiise of creating the same the u.l- eggs and a big order for groceries. Mr. I die. Foley's Kidney Cu. was recommended

vancemeni of the main lines 5s so i imIteiveptible B. says he has built a storehouse an-1 I i and the first bottle gave me

they do not seem to snow I home on the Blitchton road. just this; I i great relief and after taking the sec- W. HARDWARE
I .s T. SMITH Agents
:it all. And we further believe it \foul.t in -gal. cans $J. i side Volney Seckingt-r's. and has occupied tyh !. on:J bottle I was entirely cured Sold I ,
tie towards economy to push those original the same with his merchandiseand ,I by the Postoffice Drugstore. I
lines with all the available funds :Bottled, J5c.2J household goods. GS NONiQOMETIa. I II I WOOD. IN LESS TIME THAN ANY OTHER STOVE. BEAUTIFUL,

.it their command!, thus conferring a I Ibs. good Rice for $J. DURABLE AND RELIABLE.A .
larger benefit on the aggregate taxpayers DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPONFoley MEw CRlEAN3 JAciisotrrutt SHEET MUSIC SALE Carload of Hickory Wagons Just Received

of the county than by the present A fresh stock of Fancy All our sheet music will be :
& Co., Chicago, originatedHoney i WE CARRY a Full Line of GENERAL HARDWARE
methods.IT Crackers. ;old at 6, T; and lu cents untilit
and Tar throat and i
as a lung Through Sleepers and Dining Cars
is gone. Sale begins Spt. :22.::!
I - -
I remedy, and on account of the greatmerit i ---- -
Best Butter 25c Ib
I and popularity of Foley's Honey BETWEEN i :

P. A. Danforth of LaGrange Ga.. I A when !and Tar many imitations are offeredfor i WHITE'S CREAMVERR18FUCE
( quick delivery you St. Louis and Mobile WORMS !I
suffered for six !
months with a frightful I want anything for dinner.CALL the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey \ '

ruining sore on his leg; but writes i and Tar and refuse any substitute, as FOR SALE-A place of 32 acres, uatin 4u.Utr. er.taQ..lItr.rnede .
I St. Louis and New Orleans ; -------- ----- --- ---- -----
that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly no other preparation will give the same mostly under fence with good twostoj j "
For i2 Years Has Led &iXif i1 Worm #Ie i ssa :
cured it In five days.: For Ulcers, I PHONE NO. 110. I satisfaction. It is mildly laxative It ry house, four fireplaces, and good sta- G
SOL%) : ALL :DR G.GrZr3T8. {.:
Wounds, Piles, it's the best salve in contains no opiates and is safest for 1st for tickets m M. & 0. B. R. I Ifr. ale; half mile south of Anthony. Will |?
by- AiA. JAMES F. BALLARD St. Louis.
the world. Only :f5c.! Sold by the AntiMonopoly I children and delicate persons. Sold by \ P. S. Hay, M. & 0. R. R, Mont be sold at a bargain. Good reason for I ..,.J\J'tI i NXWVWWWW\/\ /> tf WV %/ *. .".'.

Drugstore. Proprietors. the Postoffice Drugstore. gomery, AI& j selling. Inquire of the Star For Sale by the Anti-Monopoly and all Other First-Class Drugstore.

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