The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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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
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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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Volume tO, Number 127 OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER JO, J904 Fifty Cents a.Month, $5 a Year .

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PRKSKRVES. JAMS.: ': Roosevelt Will Have More Than Two I PARTNERS i GIVING IN PROSPECTfor

CKAXHKRRIKS. : Votes to One in the Electoral

MINCE :MEAT. : College i For Children | By HOWARD FIELDING .:: the man whose !stock is fed upon = i -\

RAISINS .- .+ the iced and grain supplied by us. Itgos r L
6 j CROWN CLUSTER New York. Nov. 10.-For the first 1
t ?
GRAHAM, RYE, AND ; time in the history of American poll- +A C Ccryr.rht(\l. t Gales W.HocketContin'irl '.;. without saying that jour cattle,

sties, a.'ice president of the United: r
BUCKWHEAT FLOL'R.DRIED i horses and poultry wi'.l be in prime = l
FIGS. States was elected: to the presidency: The Best Made. Every Pair Guaranteed. We have : ++++ t y ; ?
condition if their daily! food I
when Theodore' Roosevelt: was elected from ye::terra;.) comes from ,
APPLE BUTTER BY TilE LB. Them in Black Patent Tan and Patent with Tan Top.
to succeed himself. The majority given ur house. You don't stint :yourself '

OR THREE LB. CROCKS Roosevelt was the largest in the "I could not read th!*." she said,

FANCY CAKES IN '. history of the country. j, with a !'li_lIt"shudder. "It was not on Thmkgh'ingequaIlr: generous 't...- W -_ : s

The result shows that the u.e.iit fur IUP. to the dumb folk under
ONE POUND CARTOONS clearly your care -CQP'f.R'V"T
: American people are satisfied with the .\ faint: expression; of surprise hu- Man
And we would like for you to call Uoosevelt: administration. It shows that ciu':::::fil the officer's face for a mo- B. L. HALLPROPRIETOR.
and line of
see our ,
Judge Parker could not win the con-
"Th.t doa't inakt' difference," he
any --
FANCY TOILET SOAPS. fid,-nce of the business interests, and : ONE PRICE HOUSE. said.; "It'll haw tube published. Everyboils'11

the laboring element did not rally to read it."

his support. -------- --- -- : I'.renda: ;glanced at Dr. Blair who

TEAPOT GROCERY The democratic masses throughout I i t bow"l his! Lead. HARD ARE !
-- -- h" nation could not enthuse over a I, i "In that cae. she !paid "though It
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I seems .in outrusrrout intrusion"i -
man ought out by David B. Hill andugu't i:
Closing Chapters of the Tragedy of Human Grand Summary of 1904 Tax Books i "(!here's no help for it." rejoined the

PUREMILKi :\ I'elmont. The present era ofI 1! Hate and Horror captain, with grin, which he used in We full and
rosperity, however was the principal at j r t'll estate. . . . _*_',::;*'.:,.:.' 'iR.tihnad a carry a complete line of
I Port Arthur place of a frown. "We'\e pot to find
i I. | companies. . . 1711.3T..It.gralh :
.tuse of the triumph of the republicanparty. HARDWARE OF
Tokio, have'eomrJetolr the person that done this deed and ALL KINDSStoves
Milk and Creamare XO10.The Japanese
Pure ; I ii companies . . 12.v.Ii! wc't"et to make Use of this note to

among the greatestof The nest Congress is again overwhelmingly i I, silenced the Erhlungshan !. Personal and polls:; . .. !+i,470 do it." Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of
and Sungshushan forts th"
on .asternI!
republican it being claim- Total. . . .. .. . .M.3,12; Brenda: took the paper and read these WIRE FENCING
table delicacies. Theyare (; ridge of Port Arthur !info of the fort- i| words:
1'to i that the republicans will have a ma-
;i ress. and are slowly !but surely closing I
both RiCH, PURE and jmity of fifty in the House. :State land deducted. .. .. 1l.7; 9u i i ."Sir Rarest Dear-All goes so well that I must PHOSPHATE
in on the doomed fortress. It is only ;, i<.nd"rr] to y,a at once. I can't wait: tin:l ctcn-
WHOLESOME if supplied I In New York the republican ticket ; a question now of a very short period! Rilance: .. .. .. .. .$$.337.339 lip, when I may see y',u, and indeed, dear love,
sw ept the field from top to bottom. In there is me doubt wl. lhLr 1 shall! : l-e able to TURPENTINE
by bt-forethe Russian garrison will be annihilated I quit work beturc ti.iiui.'ut. At any rate it bids. LIES
New York ('it- the democratic majority : if they don't surrender. The I9 1t.13 ti''t:smrnt. .. .. . 3.9s3,04c far: to tc so J rite that I sl.oulw' : nut dare scan.lakze
THE HERMITAGE DAIRY fell to less than half the number -- !13rs.! i-inmioLS by calling upon toil. So I write and MILL
latest advices received by the Japanese '! this! and nuke bull! to (put a little mcncy 11.19it
i ,predicted. The democratic defeat all Increase over l'J"3 assf'os"ment.$ 254,213;;
GEU. B. TYL1-.K.: i'rop. beseigers is that the soldiers are beginning j -file humlrtds.! Don't lit them frighten you I
down! the line is crushing and only the i remember rtrfeetlj that juu mrcn't to touch a
-- ------ --- to murmur at the useless waste I but I the letttr that I
--- -- | :voiid South presented its usual unbroken II NEURALGIA PAINS penny relyNf( tote Sash Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds
of life in defending the position now I last eicLinj to knock; al! )our argunit.i.t5 into ,
Co.You front for democracy. But for &mitered! I th_usht; d a lot of f uicta after
W.Carman& i i that is untenable. I II Rheumatism, lumbago and sciatic ICoi\.Ir.;; >uu, anll cited the bo-t IJrcced[ 'nB. If a
the race question it is believed that THiS IS THE
1 The report has it that the Russians;' pains yield to the pentrating influence fellow rich-as 1 am toUaj, mask !.(..1"tn.e TOOL
will find a well selected stock of i of the Southern states would have
j some may tep! Lis sweetheart! to buy her trousaeao.: If
i have driven all the dogs from the port !I
of Dallard's Snow Liniment. ft
groceries at || divided. penetrates you don't Leiuve: it, write to your mother, and
I. and the canines have become wild and!,, to the nerves and bone, and beIng while ) waiting for an answer: buy tie pretty -FORe -
j 1
CARMAN & CO'S., The leaders of the democratic party i' : clothes! an}huw. Ah, my L.l \'ed"-
'are roaming over the hills devouring'the ) abseibed into the blood, its healing uTM1F .
on North Main St., north of city mar are astonished at the Waterloo, and !.1 unburied xies of the combatants. !' : Brenda had come to the end of the
properties are conveyed to part
ket. i some believe it sounds the death knell I i ., of the body, and effect some every wonderful first sheet. Her face, that had been so i Fall and Spring Crops

of the party. It is retried here that pale, was flushed! and her voice was
Hpeualtles I I QUICK ARREST I II ruies. :2r!: c., 50c.; $1. Sold by the AntiMonopoly -

} \\". R. Hearst. Tom Watson W. J. Bry- I Drugstore. not quite steady as she said: ?=,.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, | nil and: others will hold a conference in I I, J. A. GuIIedge of Verbena, Ala., was | I "1 lift read any more. It Is dishonorable -\I7----. l ,

CHICKENS AND EGGS ,' this city soon and endeavor to forma i twice in the hospital from a severe !i SEED OATS and uiini-cebsary." We will bcjpleascdto

case of piles causing :24! tumors. After 'i "Ah, my beloved,'' said the captain, '
Remember the place and rest assur- i ney party. j I i Raised by Whitworth, and the earli- >7 t .f ;ti to see you at all
i doctors and all remedies failed, Buck- taking the letter and reading the remainder -
ed we will treat you right.W. est harvested in Florida. For sale at ,
W. CARMAN & CO. The Electoral Vote len's Arnica Salve quickly arrested | aloud !In a stumbling voice, f -t times.
the ?
Teapot Grocery. with half an eye on Brenda all the
I [ further inflammation and cured him. i
From indications the el@1'lral ('- r1 I time-
present '! It conquers aches and kills pains. 23c.;; j
i 1 vote for president by states is at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I STOLENOne I -"we stem: Le so happy youth and love and MKRION: HKRDMKRE: CO.
C. I 1 and the whole world! bu'ore ua-U.e! sum
BULLi i; as follows: amethyst ria! ;; engraved inside money
i I ." mer in Nuroav, the! fill: : upon the continent, the Ac "From Austin to Lizzie. 1 SiIJ
i: For Roosevelt FOR SALE-Genuine White P. rmu- J
I winter on whatever! Mediterranean shore: hue
Contractor and I! One lady's! red-stone ling. j
da onion plants, $1.:'S:; per thousand i" the best and next Jt,.r.e shall: find us in \',nice __
Builder ', ( 'nlorado . ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 5.10 WhiteBermuda Two lady's !skirts. j and our twelfth hone}1I.n in the sky. Think of n

"alifornia. .. .. . . . . j postpaid; Crystal Wax (pure i One lady's underskirt. 1 this FX.:tlAl il tra\tkrs: whose f.uorite book

(Juick and Careful Estimates Made I'ltntwctirut. .. .. ... .. .. ." i i i paid. Order) $l.5);now.per Delivered thousand, about posti i iI >i iI Two Lady's!"hirtaht woolen unfit!". 'rclothing. :1 has always this been afurnoon the aUa.with Think jour of pallet it as you full goshopping of NEW FALL AND WINTER

BOX 64, Ckala. FlaWAGON vla\vnre.. ... .. .. .. ... 3 I A suitable rewind! will be paid at this money. It is all: settled; the chains are broken.
I January 1. ( H.Jorhefos, Southi
Idaho. .... ... ... .. ... .. .. . .. 3 I office for the discovery! of any of the We are to be married as soon as jour.. Dinner can
I Lake Fla. come i Weir
Illinois .. ... ... .. ... . . ..2.i i I I above a i tides. away t'> see the world and the shrines cf 'JO: C* *v-

OCALA i Indiana. . ... .. .. ... ... .. .. .15 centuries cf lo\ers. Sly heart and my faith to
I!! Iowa . ... .... .. ... .. .. . .. .13 ---- ----- ---- you. MILLINERY
the captain's mouth these! love

WORKS l Kansas: .. .. .... ... .. . .10 words had the pound of blasphemies,

( Maine I . .. .. .. .. ... . . 6': PLANTATION FOR RENT FOR 1905The and Ilreiida shrank back to the limit!

The only device that does the work Maryland; : . .. .... .. . . S of the room with Dr. Blair, who seemed a
right. The best Horseshoer in Oeala. Massachusetts: .... .... .. . .16I j jMichigan to be scarcely less affected by the

The most complete Wagon, Buggy and .. .. .. .. .. . .. .14 ;i} property belong'i g to the etate: of Abiam Martin, situated desecration.
Carriage building, repairing and painting ... . .. I' "The n.oney wa!'n't found" said the
: Minnesota..... .. .. ... H ; I have one of
in the eastern portion of Sugar unmade, comprising= a plantation of '
brief, shrewd of
in Central Florida; All kinds of Montana .. ..... .. ... ... .. . 3 officer aftt-r a <: scrutiny
about 500; acres under fence (a r. w wire fence), about 350:; acres of Brenda. "The note was on the table,
Blacksmithing done. ; NVw Jersey. .... ..... .. ... ... .lq: but none of tho-u l hundred dollar bills the handsomest c

;W. F. McATEER, NYbraska. .. ... .. .. .... .. ... S which are ir. fine stat of cultivation, is for rent. next year. j j i that we read about Come; I'll show

NVw Limpshire. ... .. .. ..... .. 4 These lanes are regarded as of the very best Quality and are well I' you where we found it." and mostuptodate \

Proprietor.HUNTER. 3NVw adopted for the cultivation of all the crops produced in thii section. "I don't think I want to go in there," r0

.- --- york.. .... .... .. .. ... ..... .391 l '' said Brenda faintly. "I am going to

:, North Kakota. .. ... .. .. .. ... .. 4 Apply to i i 1 the hospital to see whether I can be of lines of Milli-
H. R. r "
ohio ... ... ...... ........ ...23 i I any help to her. nery of all

.- Oregon. . ... .... .. .. .. ... 4j i i| DAVID S. WOODROW, Agent, Ocala, Fla. "You'll have" to arrange that throughthe .,! .
--;--; TT :e..L.'I. police, was: the reply, "and It can'tbe ._ .. ;j
-.--. .. .-G. U -. -. . Pennsylvania... .. .. .. ... ... .... .341' done until I word from EEE: : /! i i9 fY kinds ever
pet some ; :
.. ... .
and- I Rhode Island. .... ... .. . .. 4s!|; there. So 1 suz cst that we take another --.:. ..' "."; .:"o-,">."rN:,.:--= ltd'1 v 1.s.

South Dakota. .. .. .. .. .. 4j'run look at the scene of the crime." t t .,.",4wr.,;: ';,,""'f1 t, '-";::;..;; i it I': brought tot

LOCKSMITHRepairing 1' . .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 3' ALL THIS WEEK j He stepped back from the door, and t,I <.. ...v.,..."'.-"...'._..-.-..'.:;':-:.;,...1'-..':<. 1 J. .J jS Ocala. Call

a Specialty.V. Yfimont. . ... .. ... .. .. 4.:, Brenda paned: out of the room, intending ,p.t _:-IY". -A". y',,Jii. :.t"-..._._.- ];.I F O\\ :I

\\VstVlrginlaVa: . .. ... ... .. .. to leave the house, but again; she .''' : J":,;='_- J and see it.

B. POTTSCONTRACTING \ !'hmgton. ... .. .... .. 5'it ;:| found herself between the captain and 111,. '--r'..''-: ...-. -- -- Iftf /., ':.
-0ILT > : one of his men, and again she obeyedan 'I'" ,' ... I ) /,
.: /
\\ .ul1lOin. . .. . .. .. . .13';; '."....... I J_...-' / ,
unspoken order, following! one of r .._ : ..... .. !: -1\.
AND BUILDING \V\oming. .. .. . . . . 3. them while the other followed her. I':- .,;::lJ-.(, ...-.-. '\'tit,
,. ... .
Carpentering and Total . .. .. .. .... . 233;; OCALA FURNITURE CO. ; I'\ -- \ It t,1).1) < M Minnie A.Bostick
I i, II /: \{: :- '. -r rs. .
General Repairing For Parker j !, CHAPTER II.A1OG : I \ ; !

:: 1UL I'lcTL'EES. L'-
.Alabama ... ..... .. . .. .11 I IJF11ct: ; ,

Satisfaction Guaranteed ,Arkansas .. ... .. . . .9 Comprising Kensington, B.ittenburg, Honiton Braid and r' 1": of V'..LSIC'S room opened f .J. It. OCALA, FLORIDA.
AddressBOX !1"rida. . . .. .. .. . . ;5; Fine Duchess Work on Curtains Lambrequins Banners straiLtfromthehall: :
7t the There !
69 OCALA, FLA i!,-.rgia ... .. ... .. .. . . .13 at rear.

!l\-ntui-ky .. .. .. ... . . .18 Table Spreads, Drapes, Picture Etchings, etc., etc., most of 7' E : w..s: \:. .. a wth vrt; a of sliding\"est.h. !-,

'-VI-II'r'E SCream Louisiana: .. .. ... . . .. 9 f tl-., paneled door at ;
& @o
Mississippi.. .. ... .. .. . . .10 which has been displayed at the Paris Expssition.A C rf Qj i the farther ehd. and 11 WI SMITH

VermifugeTHE :Missouri . ... .... .. .. .. .IS and expert will illus- ? this :-Ia'e"as divided I I

North Carolina. .. .. .. .. . .. .12 competent representative lt 1 -:,::tLw"c: by u (curtain behind

South Carolina ... .. ... .. .. .. 9Tfimessee trate free the method of this fine work the which I'.nu'la !saw the gleam of a great DEALERS IN
G'JiRiNTEEO' doing on unusual in
-w . .... .. ... .. ... .12Trx.ts : white: tub an luxury cheap

\\V . . . ... .. .. .. .IS Sewing Machine. It will be a treat well worth Iwl Beyond::ing; *.! tt.c"cstit.ule was a r..."a: 01 GENERAL HARDWARE.

\ ''Vnsinia . .. .. . .. . .. .12' good t.ct.t; and size, with: a thalliwalcoe !

Total . . .. .. .. 151 seeing. All free. Don't miss ito : : : ua the left in wL.ih: ".,0" ,d} a

pretty brass= bedstead. Upon the r..i:
REMEDY Not Even Nevada -- -- - ---- A HAPPY SURPRISE
was an unused open fireplace" !

1 r old fashioned marble manteUL.If I- ::i .-:.. f"." woman who is
Reno Nev.. Nov. 10.-Nevada wastrried -00 -c -00 -00 -00 -00 -0 -00 -00 -oi :: .2 t-\-y

THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. 0 which was covered with a j'uaint and .,>')kh.a for a thoroughly up-to-date,
by Roosevelt by a few hundrE'd.hut 0I
BCWARE Of IW,TATIONS. the legislature i is democratic on i The Ocl la.'wah.a. Inn i picturesque collection r-ouvf-nlrs.. .:,':,':;-nt ml absolutely I satisfactory Ji ..
THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BY 9 There were two tall windows in the
.. the election l.-! 1--W. "?sH"'.- | ri.t. t.-n ranVe have it right here -
hit ballot. This insures I
BallardSumLiniment Co. south'rn w all. The lower <-a-hes; were .
for United States Sen- O OKLAV.Ili.1Vl.Xi'i: tL.FLOP.IfI.: .\ 0 :n our !Ff.r, r.-- ly for :your inspec- ;
.d John
ST. tOUIS. MO. Spark hincred: at the s.Jes.: vI"1 Ite; ; inward.
';'.:!. It !is th:: last: range In the mar- : ,.
F"ld! hv XnU-Mi.nrjniy! Pmgstort: u<>r. Conveniently Located Professional Cock-Rooms Large and one miglt step out uj" u a wooden }
o .
Q k..t. ; : orni>:n-P the newest and fin- i4'St
of tte length of the rooio.
Roosevelt Won't Run Again | and A:ry-:Splendid: Service | i iprov-rr.ents: in saving cf fuel and
which was the width of the house.

L.ALEXAXDERPractical 1 Washington Nov. 10.-President 0 RATES. $1.00 PER DAY 0 I Son.erude.. faii-iKar:! jii'-'ures! buss:: !-ihr.-ss Ala; a carload in cooking.of! h"at::rs and stoves >h

Roosevelt: last night after he had definitely I Special;;: i.tto tii I-- 'I' d." s '. hmg to take thir; v-..'.? out Jur- O upon the walls. 4lbviteu-ly thy antedated of all;. from $150:; up. _.

learned that he had been elected Q : E.-.e's: : r-jZii:.:; awl '.i.pre: "edMrs. ----- -- ----- -
CAREEN TER AND BUILDER president over Parker for the next four I ing toe summer. 0 :S.i-: .,1. a tf h...':... dt--
\ears. issued the following statement: 9o- 0- 00- 00-. 00- o- o- o- o- o- o- o- o- o- tion. Ll-:,,':; i-.inti;!'ut.-ii i<> th- adumnnt 4kk T Y vY
C eul: estimates m.t'n all contractv
'I am deeply sensible of the honor j of the "O-iiv r :i->t..d aa;:..".t entirely { l
k. GHt.s tu"uenabetteruurkfort )
i : s.iid
of phmttgraph'f tiit-n wom- -
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,lone me by the American people in .. \
'. > money than any oi.t-r: in town. tn. tine;; :.Ties-; the calling! of the! /t '; -' .' .A
thus expressing their confidence in tenant after a :lau.t at tie iurtra'.t: =, ; : ;
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... W. P. EDWARDSAt I .; ; 1 c'lf-I.--tI'U> THE AUTUMN SHOOTING SEASON I done and have tried to do. obvlunIy .3 :
fur all i-f these ..
have nearly people were '
k. .
eY .
t .. .., .. .
4 .
I. A. Bros v r. _
Colyer I appreciate to the full the solemn rei..insbility in "the profwOni. They tipI I. Y
;:t I :::.. .v.; W.l!: !soon open .and it will pay all
this confidence imposes! -art-d l pit;;;ly or In gru-in* red !>y V--I\.f.r. ,

Merchant: Tailors, apon me. and I shall do all that in my the City Market twit :.::1.:: the i p":...t.._-':ii-h p < t. _eti.danty !.> rwr --.1 t/'J :''.;.>y'L- r'I" ;'- ",; 4'r' Ir '>rnn to 1f"Jk"Er our stock of
L .'.f -;;/ t{:' ? r-- r.t'-" =!hotgun?. ammunition and sport-
I thiu:
: : : Mrsf -> : .
lies: forfeit it. the 4th '
Ha\t ill stock use of the finest assort; jowtr not to On ,... J' .
a ''. v.. :..:'j.t! h.. -'.-:..'ud1 -a: tn-: -:;- ;(- v:' Ity L-- i:.;!" ',ouT.t. V.'e carry the best! goods
t.t-utj of suitings for holiday: suitseur of March next I !shall have served three Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetablesin 7 .f .. t -.
fa,:r:. :. : a ', ::--r. .: t, i\ .., \: -. at reasonable prices and all supplies
presented to the Ocala publicS and a half years and this three and a .r.,
\ ... : 1f the artistic; t r .
; : -. to Ya't'. \ Pi. :: pllrt h tif-'l at our store can be depend-
-yle! and fit guaranteed h.dI'.ars! constitute my first term. Season : ta
value of tL.s: d <"." ; it certa.nljLri'htened : '.
lt' : : ell as being thoroughly reliable.
: and repairing neatly done. FaVand The wise: custom which limits the pres- : the r.::",!:;. It was in.po- t.- .t..1 I} upon

winter suitings to your lIkIng i-.t-nt! to two terms regards the !sub- bible: to Le lonely with so much company .. .f.L\\'H r t.., .!;fl.; Wff ) T. W. SMITH & CO.

Bt-,,t :suits for the money in town. Inepeetion -t.imv and not the form. Under no City i and Country Trade SolicitedFree and such vivacious people. Nine '.:....r t" ,1..r_I ...... II'

solicited. No. 3, North Mail i fin-umstances' will I be a candidate for : la ten of the women were sniiliar and .fC e6pragGMT Hardware Dealers.

St. two doors north of Ocala: House. (hor accept: : another nomination." I Delivery Phnne 121. I (Continued on fourth pase.) o '





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I "Why, Miss! Williams," exclaimed I THE COLORED PEOPLE'S

BROTHERS EQUAL PARTNERS Neale, with a grotesque attempt to NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC !

ED\VJRDS( I, speak: softly, "1 thought you said you DEPARTMENTRev.

(Continued from first rage.) were a friend of hers:I" I
"I hardly knew what to say to the I
policemen at the door" replied: Brenda i J. E. A. Keeler, Editor
many wore tancy dress. TLe men FRANK'S PRESSING CLUB
struggled to stem chivalrous and; calmly. "I was very anxious to get In. I
i And let me add that I am at present
Wh-olesale Butcheis courtly except the comedians, mot Be careful of whom you speak to
& Retail very anxious to get out""Jut Phone liD
Leading of whom were In grotesque attire. i one minute," said the captain. whom you speak and how, and when
larger than the
Two photographs
between the I "You knew Mr. Alden Now, did you A. FRANK, Proprietor. M. \V. lcD.\\ 1D, :Manager.Has and where.
and well placed
average I
WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY i men in happen to know of any young woman Don't forget the New York whitewasher -
windows represented youn
l I that he was particularly sweet on?" moved into the rooms above the Helvenston-Blitch-Pasteur Co., and painter. See him In SouthJacobville.

VEGETABLES IN SEASON I I jt I II "I Lave heard" replied Brenda slowly and is now ready to do your cleaning and pressing on short notice. .
I "that he was at one time engagedto
I who had deal of WANTED Good, neat colored girl to
TELEPHONE 109 i Y a girl a great money JOIN THE CLUB
FREE ,, and some social standing; but I under help with general housework. Applyat

__ __ __ u_ ----- -.- .. -- f stand that that has been broken off. It $J.OO A MONTHYou Star office.

J. H. 'fA Y LOR. : have no possible; bearing upon this
J. M. 11EFr ERT. I II can which the work of can send 12 pieces. We also deliver your work the same day Special reduced rates to the Tampa
crime was plainly
carnival via
the S. A. L., November
that we it, if so desired.
a thief.: get 14. Round trip rates $3.50.

i i & Packing Co I.' "You're thinking: of the money," said! Ladies Heavy Wool Skirts Our Specialty.FRANK'S We are glad to see Rev. Arnold ableto
Ocala Ice : Neale. caressing! Lis projecting; chin ,
I with a great, square hand "the money I attend to his pastorate at Citra

Alden is alleged to have put Into the PRESSING CLUB, j again, through he still uses crutches.We .

iJ:1: I ': letter. It can't be found and that's a : will write brief sketch of the
I Have t the neatest and most up-to-date Ice working : : fact" I GIVE US A TRIAL. I
II colored business houses in our city,
plant in this section, and; as a :result, are 1tL :[ "Is :alK-ged; to have put into the let- -I, commencing with tomorrow's Issue.
I :i ter!" exclaimed Brenda. "Why, he I IIrrnq
I Ii
turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest ice. I qrt says so hinij-elf." Tickets for the Rifles' Minstrel Show

y I "Yes," responded the captain, "that'swhat I Friday November 11, are now on sale
Phone T Jo.. 34. I IW 1, he Fays." i FRISCO SYSTEM at Frank Gadson's popular Bazar.

An interval of silence followed. Brenda Price 3:ic.;

A TOil FOR THE BLUE WAGONS was leaning; forward her right hand II Chicago & Eastern Illinois R. R. If you are out of employment and

\"fr resting on the table, her eyes intenti
desire work, just advertise in this col-
i i upon the officer's! face. They were
t I and their -Between- umn and you will get it. The rates of
C ;, gray eyes ordinarily expres-
I i felon spoke of the cultivated self restraint i advertising are very cheap. See the
!I I I by which the natural emotionsare I St. Louis and Chicago editor.
LUMBERROUGH "She must have been about here when it ,
happened." held! in check. On this occasion Remember the Bee Hive Grocery.
I however they seemed tn be of a dark I MORNING AND EVENING Fine choice 'andiis.
the dress of cavaliers with drawn family groceries (
blue and. to unit a light! which even From LaSalle Street Station Chicago .. .. 9:50 a. m.-9:10 p.m. fruits vegetables cigars and tobacco.
There had
swords In their hands. they
!i Dr. Blair, who saw the lady la profile, Cheap for cash. F. Mention, South
stood, these friends of hers, thus armed i From Union Sta.Merchants( B'dge) St. Louis 9:30 a. m.-9:46 p.m.
DRESSED did nut fail to perceive. r Main St., two doors below city mar-
OR I with their eyes upon her when the Morning or evening connection at both termini with lines di- ket.
| assassin had struck her down.
i II'OltiIlUt" tomorrow.) verging. Fancy large bananas fancy King
I "From all I I can learn" said the captain
See or Phone ''applt's. York
rutabaggas' turnips New
"she must have been about here Equipment entirely new and modern throughout.A .
CURED CONSUMPTION cabbage cocoanuts etc., just
when It happened." oranges
:\ I doubletrack railway. I
B. H. SEYMOUR I lIe took his place beside a couch that arrived at Casminski's New Exchange
Mrs. B. \V. Evans! Clearwater Kan., and
Equipped) with practical approved safety appliances.
I was between the windows and turned I West Broadway.
I writes: "My husband: lay sick for three I

PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla, his face to the wall. I month!" The doctors said he had quick I 3 Substantially constructed. 'Don't forget the big entertainmentat

"The murderer," he continued. "was I II iun umrtion. We procured a bottle of ; !t"'T: r V ': "'I ,.", .'>UI' ""' ''V"''''' .-'''''_-- ..4.... I Odd Fellows' hall Monday night,

... - --- -- ----- -- behind her. The murderer pulled! her Bal1: \"l's Horehound Syrup and it cured November ';. The concert part will
-- -
---- -
head back and stabbed almost straight ; him. That was six years ago. Since ---- --- eclipse any of its kind ever held in the

We Are Still Hustling.! 'A '!_:_ c ii down. The girl fell on the couch: ; : then we have always kept a bottle in I ; city. Come early.! Admission 15c. I.
'- 4. { : here's the blood. And the murderer, i 1 1I the house. We cannot do without it.. I Florida East Coast Ry.I E. Tompkins, manager.L. .

buiSdcis vith the f she dead I'or cousins and colds! it has no equal." .
and suppljlnj! very ifl 1 ) convinced that was dropped I I Green the tonsorial artist and
-r1 I f fI ': the knife and fled." I' 2::;c., ".11'<'.. $1. SoM by; the AntiMonopoly -
lest seasoned lumber for every pur- I I 1I.-11i--ft--:;;' J :.f i t I,' ... He turned to Brenda with a questioning I Diugstoie. LOCAL TIME' CARD t No. 58. In Effect June 4,1904.MOETH80UR9 : lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft

I ose. While the demands of our cus- Y', '!.".,t"1 I r': !' :: ; '.'.n j .. I leer. She was more calm than I I I I and sweet and my hair-cut is the best
/ >A'< t t : WORLD'S FAIR RATES fOUTNSOtmO-tEAO. DOAH. EAO 17.KB. 'I have two of the finest chairs that turn
::omers are great wave disappointt };; -; J-1;,.:- l' .!1j she had been; her mind was more I ---.. ,
J:; 'lJ L '" alert. She had noticed his peculiar RATES TO ST. LOUISOn every way. Razors fixed in all styles
ih f 69 Mo..t I k0.1ssally.
!d no one and are glad to state that uur ? -.{;1 1 ITA Tlon.
.".;:?J..1M1... J ,. .-t"z-c. 1-! avoidance of a pronoun and she asked each Tuesday September. 1904 .J Dahy.1 I fiat 7.r5ali7. Call and be convinced. West Broadway

efforts to meet the desire for a grade l ;fJ: --'r, "'iir ; i him without emotion whether there I low round rates Mi e:ILT.U ..................... J&eUOIV ili a .....,...... .. ..... >n a 0. next to A. Smith.
r' J 'Jtj" 1'' t.t i the assailant i tickets at special 8 4s a.1" .......... .... .........JeckiMTillt ......................LT 0 d. f: I
s lumber of the best quality have been IJ I : : 7. '.' ....1.. :-.iJ"\, ] was any doubt that was I will be sold! via the Mobile and Ohio l H1 9'!iIi 1'.1 66., ..................qqu..Et.t.AUfU.Ui. ... ..................,... f U. 60 P Ii It is indeed encouraging to note the
..--I", i, a man. : ... 111 Y; a ..............................EMtlcjtl.............................. aka O. p i
appreciated far beyond our expectations. .. 1v I Jl.iilrofrl to St. Louis from Montgomery .. .. .. ........ .. earnest efforts with which most of the
\ / .".. --- .rl i I "We don't pretend to know any- II aa ... ... ...... .......J:. 1-4UU........, .. ..6 S44 4S p i

'.\' .\ ..J'l_ ..., .... 1;;:""'".. '. ".. i.7 I i !, thing about It," he replied, "but there and other points in the South and : HUT!tdr ..........................FtUUft... .....LT lift jllj.t colored men are trying to earn an honest -
-_ .i- 1"."... ,' \ IBS ( ..,.. ............,.Ari I
---.-- ., -. 1 j are certain circumstances which lead East. Apply to Mr. P. S. Hay, S. E. : instil* .. .rtUikft. 7 Mk CO p living for themselves and families.
: ;
'; ,
---.s. ... ,, j
.?: .--c.j{ ', j us to suspect that it might have been P. A., M. & O. R. R. Montgomery, Ala! : ISQV 113 i>''Ar ........................SM MM ............. ..........L.j.| IOOAItJpLr 1 l Such men should be commended and
C.I.GRACHJ. ocpY'.C"T:: :; L''d 1, a woman. A gentleman who was I : 1 I final? ................ ....AulUtea..........................If T IS i I IC p the loading class relegated to the rear

passing! the house about the hour when KODAK DEVELOPING I ..............-........... Xtoe. ......,.....................Lv Stda CZp i for he who will not work ought not
have been done .............................Boan.lU............................. e 43 & ii p
this thing must saw a Anyone wishing kodal films? developed Hit...............................&spa l................ ............. ffi. i tsi p to eat.
i woman coming out. Now, except for I .............................vri&.,.d .............................s WlUa C9J
R. MARTIN & CO. : Miss Sillier, the lodgers In this house can hive: it well and cheaply done 11 P............ ...............,.D&Jtoo..................... ........ 4 is a q I The McKenn Lumber Company has
J. 31 at p ............................ rtprsag/..........................M. 446. i3 ,
are all men and we can't get any f b)' applying to Mr. Svlvester.Vi 1 C p .."..""....""..... '"w sat rola... ....................... tI.. I t.7 just received two solid carloads of cypress -
trace of this woman. We don't know I 1 4 n .2': 11.............................. 8 .2. 1j : i !" shingles. Call and see them west
i : : BO ;PI..O .....................__...... I "P
how or when she got Into the house I 1 2 ', 3-a.: .......... ..................Oor.oa... ............................ 281. Utp I of the S. A. L. depot before buying.
: V\ r1i : il ii 3 t' i wYhdJtf.: .............. ............ ::! 27. 12 S3 ;
CENERAl LIVERYMENFine nor what she did here. It's sure that f'} 1<::- -. IA- : '. 10 sl t i C3 ,.i..n.1 ....................... ...2nu GdlUa.,............................ 1 t4 & U OG\;*| i They also handle brick and. all kinds
she didn't ring the bell nor make any j i t t'W. Pr- t?. 14 :i ,+ t .J .,1.l. ........................... Melhource.Si ........._................ 144 1161 aI of and dressed and
noise than she could help. Xo- ..' UPal'h 1 c'i t .tf .............................Sel 3tUn.............................. 1260. 11 Ob10J I rough lumber can
more t.. e I I 808! 4I:%i "I...................... .......St. Lu..1e.............................. supply you with firewood on short no-
body let her In, so far as we can learn i 'z ai! f &, ,I............................. Kt. Pieroe.._.......................... 1 2ftnUp 1015.
Carriages, Buggies and Traps : and we've covered the ground pretty I :ns *.as.. ] mot wnn.lprfnl "Casi-ar'-ts" foi II3.j' ................................TlbUls.U .........__........I....... 11 tip 149a t tice.
i'" ; :.ur ,\ uI.oath, I \ ..... .......... .. ......... .... .. I
145 0 ...... ........ Ed> ........ .. ..... .. 11 P I 44 .
Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.FiNE i thoroughly." "cut irr t > i< u >-. i f If. r :r A n- a! v.ILK r>i of prai iit Hi 147 t t) r' .............................Jsasaa................................ 1t 8 p 14e. I There will be a grand ten dollar
"Perhaps she didn't come In at all," I i r i i>t iui rt> MIn.> .n.t'l aii i i I U" .......................... .8U&rt. ............................ 11 C'p (Oft
b.. i : i\ji'' aim I t> that i'.,-.r t nre! I frJ11/. fiD ..................... .....iieb0 Sound............................ 10 Cp csa hunt at Mitchell Hall Monday night
said Brenda. "She may only have ascended a. r' .,,y IIU'I" a.l rue tllhT-.ljl.lVl) taklQ : 147 al I 1 10 II ............ __..........Wr!' J3p1t r.............._......... 19 11 p I 45* I the 14th inst., for the benefit of Mt.
VELSand FAST HOR&ESHorses the steps and then finding wahl,' .n i t.. ir. ., 4 "t a1! nh. ......................... W. Pal ls Beach ....... .................. ?5P lIb..
5 .a ae-M :i" 10s JI< ner fc; Jirsty C.tJ.If.J.Best I 4 fib s! t p, ...................' .......BOfDMID................... ...,...... p 7601 i Zion A. M. E. church and 15 cents
i that this was not the house that she I 1 t.1 iS JI j I.......................... ..Delry. ...................._ ( Kp 'to.j .
Mules for Sale. Horses j! had supposed It to be"- > For j 'f a; $ tin :.................. .......1': Lu ierdala........................... 01 p e lb a I will give you a chance to be the luckyone
in the hunt. Come, and all
I I "Or changing her mind for any reason '3F The Bowels t 7t one

Boarded by the Month' at Special Rate. ," the captain continued. "Quite i- yW i Pooh" 8ii37.4 .......... .............. JJUml............................LT 'GOp 6 tOCANFOiU i Door committee, R. A. Hall and Scipio
I '
right. I see your point. But the woman 0- Heed; time keeper Rev. R. S. Quarter-

J. R. MARTIN & CO.RESTAURAT I wore a heavy veil; she Deemed to j ) fRANC::. ORANGE: CITY BKANOH.W.ff man; judges I"'. P. Gad n. Professor
Le somewhat excited and she hurried CANGYCATt1ARTICP1' ;
I 1"111 h.l1 No.4 Johnson Mesdames Josephine Long
away eastward I think you said I tutly 9IAT1UH4. lkil j JJfdI pal 8fUJO.'. D.11 l1Uw!
I Drucilla Brown and Fred Powers; hid
eastward Dr. Blair?" ......... ... .... : I
I C5:; vTr; TltunriU lr! U f3p 1410a Lv..iv. rimIma..Ar ing 'ommiHt't'Irs.. M. E. Sanders
"Toward Broadway," responded the 11, ttr.......... rt8-.e(a...........Xr! n S'A IMP itii..L .HI.a.Ar I10 In' ( ;
.M&.u..JB.'terpr4l..h,1 II 0080 lUIt'.Ly, ras r. City.dr 1 txp C. Griffin.
< -- I physician with embarrassment."It's r..v !r a-: I.. II, !::' ..:-" "Pnt run"'n: 1'.t." II">v GK.tDnge i->-','. '. N>'vr d. : I aJ ..:.\r.......... Saalnrd ..........LT! 10 ti4 114Sa Ar.. r.CU1 Jo..Lv U a: 111t I manager
didn't notice her .. .... : .
a pity you I,I." : '1 "I. : 1. :i" t. t ii." -- more particularly," said the captain. .t, til tot .r''Or \.".r in.i i I j., ... a :!.!11 I Ma.23- ka.21; 'lio. 19 Moa?' ',. i lio.20 ti ko. 0. THE BEST LINIMENT
Sterling: remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 591AKXUALSALE.TES sren8 Daily 1U.'I'POaT DMl1 4.tllA
: "I'd give a dollar or two for her de- tt..wtIPef7.'e' *CCl-t Daily CailTKp suept DaU1 DaUt P.Ul .'.sf7vi
.a First Class Meals I :saAt'OI.
; faiLLiOM 3 BOXESHas
avti : scription Just now." I = 8'n.a oIQd' aieD j jI jI ji "Chamberlain's Pain Bal mis considered

_ ___ __ I
I "You can't get It! from me" repliedDr. II -- --- ----n --- s 4 d P P 1 the best liniment on the market,"
a ioibIlia
0H al. a 3p
Blair. "There was no reason whyI i P IS? D 03 43 I
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES I U\v\ 7 i0 160B ..febio B.IOM.. 1 SO 100 / write Post and Bliss of Georgia, VLNo
should pay any particular attention i I mE TOMPKINS ? 7 81 +1 t 1)14 ltlaatla Iie aM 118. 7168 other liniment will heal a cut or
to her. She was a well dressed, stylish j I TUF CO V t'W* Ar,1t 7P t IaO 1 bruise so promptly. No other affords

looking young woman and that's PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. such quick relief from rheumatic pains.
Oysters in All Styles. all I know about her." i a well selected stock 01;f I
Brenda looked at him steadily for : No other Is so valuable for deep 1
some seconds. Fresh Meats I pains like lame back and pains In the

Dining Room open until midnight. Personal "Dr. Blair." said she. "what did this I Vegetables and Greens HAVANA AND KEY WEST chest. Give this liniment a trial and

officer ask you on the steps just before you will never wish to be without It.
attention given to special orders, anythingthe I came in?" I Fresh and SaltV.iter Fish received e Table' Khatr the times at wtkioh helix mar; Ve ezp: et4 to arrive bad depart Sold by all druggists.

market offers prepared for the table on The doctor blushed and glanced un- I every day. Cedar Key Oysters: apu1 stattwna hold.UoHher ttMlf!rtipoajibU arrival or d.parSUr tot ftoy Ml7 at tae&r times$57.o0a hated gaeaa 11 not.rll auaqfeel one her-.

short notice. easily at the captain."I I received daily.! Leave your order; HOUSES FOR RENT

asked him if he could pick that with me. Prompt delivery.
woman out of a crowd." said the captain I : v Copy: of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other raformattott Toby Moore house-11 room.

"and he told me that he didn't I I. E. TC'i.iPKifiS -BES THE TIOZET AOENT." D'Omito house-10 rooms.
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar I
know; he couldn't be sure." i I Seven-room house two blocks from

"I fancied that It might have been I City.lJIarket.tnm ,. 2Gaf. Ass: Gait F U. A 4iit.. or. AuaTjrrrprB, n.L. court house.

Skilled Cooks;: Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands; I something of the sort," rejoined __ __ _____ _n_ ___ i Two :3-room cottages close In.

Special Price to Regular Boarders I Brenda. "And now. Captain"She i I One 2-room cottage.All .
II paused and the officer suppliedthe FRESH ND G7 MEAT
of these houses are in good con

THE CARMiCHAEL I & SON GOAt I "Captain name. Neap, at your service THE CITY MARKETWe dition. Apply toSternberger

said he. with a bow. keep on hand a full line of the best Beef Pork Mutton and Sausageto and Phillips

I Thank ;rOtLtd now, Captain be had. Game in season. Fresh: Vegetables, etc. Careful attention toT Next to Anderson's Drugstore.

McGrath's StandAtlantic I Kcale. I wish you would get the message ; (1\,11 i. 0 W. L. JONES, Pro rietorI.I.I.I..I..I.I.I

i from the hospital for which= you ,;: MRS. SYNOBLY SIMMONS,
I are waiting as quickly as you can. for
I I am impatient to go there." i FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER,

; ;11 Ii "I'm expecting it any minute." he re- I Has opened her parlors opposite Mar-

plied. "Ah. perhaps this is it." ri11' bl, eS SEAE30AED: : tin's stable where she is fully prepared -

Coast Line i I'. of A countenance tall young ,man with of wide a German blue iv type- *. Iuu I I to do all kinds of fancy and plain

dress making in the latest styles. at
entered the room and stood by. ti. .
I I door as if be had no errand, but 1,.,11 1 1i : short notice. Cutting and fitting spe

VfOR1D'8' FAIR? '1 RATESFirst ] !I i i I perior simply force.been impelled There was by a pilri.i;pMV.u! : .;e fur. cured byrte' j AIR LINE RAILWAY = :i f cialty. Your patronage is solicited.

hair a minute. Then the c.ipt..n advaiiced : .| FOR I

class excursion rates to St. Louis I, 1 by the arm to the into young the; vestibule.j man and). I led} Lila I IJl .Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern PJnen- A PARADOX.On .

Return j "What are you here fur I:lint-::- I : Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
: 1 dorf:" he demanded in a low v./'. fii .12
rf. Philadelphia, New York. to the Golden Gate
I| "Headquarters don't need tn ::..\ up II
$45.55 final return limit, Dec 15 .1. In"Orders.this care:' replied I can Elmendurf.look out f. r'all i't.:" s ... f.I,i":], '> ">to:. !:\ f"i rJI. t=JIi' e I TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. Qa I In comfort all the way,

$38 final return limit sixty days pert.I" know. The chief wants a re 7J YJPEPJIA CURE .i Seaboard Express .. I Let anyone gainsay.

final "Wfll. hell get one, wot.-'t !h<.'" Under all curable conditions : Barn oil clean
$30.55 return limit, 15 days asked the captain. "Now, "tee htte; i :| Seaboard Mail : i! to keep you ,

don't take a step till I say so. I L.iuw Mr. D. Kautls of Ms.\V. V.'. LayNeva Unhealthy smoke
Special ten day coach excursions at very what I'm about." C.. uss ler cf H..ard.rreib.Ka I !
A Pi.. as c--ed rtODERN PULLHAN EQUIPMENT. I Reminds you no more,
Eliiu-ndorf! strolled into the ro..m r.-l < ; =: I :

low rates sat down in a large clair.; with; aa. of .strah. of s-C'rniCtrC -sia Ey i Nor cinders in your eye galore,
; f\ .
Then perceiving that Bn-nda! was: tae use of .
standing! he rose Lazily, very ii.u.-ii h-r to iCCJi. ONLY LINE OPERATING Exhaust patience and pleasant mien
Through s'eeprs! from Jacksonville: to St. Louis \Montgomery and has t. / e
to the young lady's surprise ot.
Louisville ,,.in i Nts'min* R. li. :.nd up :\it' !'!>er" route. III
i "By the way said: the enpM.ii.: : Dally Through Sleepers from JacKSonville .
For further F. J. Hir.. A t>nt. Ocala.
see : "while we're waiting I want t.. :a, A; SOUTHERN PACIFIC to all

n''''-''_-'J'J''oJ'-. ", ,,,,,.,,,, .,..,. ,--.-.. ....--.....--..........--: you about Mr. Al'Kn.Vv: M-LI w..1 ( to New Orleans. : points in Louisiana Texas, Mexico :
his office but he i.-n't
to tLi-rv.
a WHITES CREAfv1 and California. Special rates to
don't know where Le's gone. You km>whim For full information and Betp! Beiemtlini, Mil oa any Af/at I

[}\VORi'IS I } vrrrvpE: 'J JV1yVr quite well didn't; you': I not.-td Seaboard, or write I Louisiana: Texas, New Mexico and

It ), how quick you recognized: Lis handwriting. Arizona in November and Decem-
/ sVY.h+ AMfe L'.nnr4./N ."""..:,..wwrvv :' I : A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, I

t> For &U Vi iw5:5. lb T-Tt ju i s*";':.' ,-*.*v-!."!nHSi.C5j ro'' 7JITrpaml : : "Yes." said Brenda. "I knew !:i'n Jacksonville, Pit. IIo ber. Information cheerfully given.J. .

.;.. '> __T.. ;;;J ,-c;, .. ._. 'e>_ quite well." y' HODOLI 8. C. BOYLST, JR.. PuMnxer A|_t. JaekionrllU. Fla. F. VAX REXSSELALR: ,

by---<-r' -JAf.:*!? T SALL."S: AA. tcui!:. ".\n.l'ou knew MM Miller?" .
s i
rf>"N -->X t >/. "-*'"-''_'V.." ".". '' > *-.""!."*""" J'I'x,...-?-...- I "I never: !saw her" replied Brenda I g oi ;. .. .. .. .. .. General Agent.

For Sale by the Anti-Monopoly and all Other First-Class Drugstores., after moment's t ::taticn. i Sold ty Wm. ANDERSON, Ocala. II I 13 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga

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Why not Look at our Assortment of Death of of Miss Mr FORT John Priscilla E.McCOY McRae-Marriage Taylor to I i! THE] CENTRiL NAT J ONAL J BANK ( GALA

TABLE LINENS AND NAPKINSWhen I II I Sunday.John Edward He Mr.was McRae Joe working Castel was)for buried the Wil-here ,!:. I lJ.4 1 1

son Cypress Company and was found s

You Next Come Into Our Store? I dead in his bed at one of their campsat 'I

Hastings Mr. McRae was a resi- CAPITAL, $ OOOO. _

-- dent of this place several years ago

and his parents and one brother are

buried here. He leaves three brothers .

We are certain that we can please you and down two from sisters Ocala, all and of met whom the corpse drove Ol I IRe: c::::TOR: S :

whether taste be modest or fastidiousH. !and were present at the burial.

your Several of the old veterans of this R. S. Hall, R. L. Anderson, Edward Hiller, J. K. Christian '

place attended the reunion in Ocala
George MacKay George Ford Herbert A. Ford.
last week and report a nice time. ,

Amang them were E. G. Taylor, A.V..

Hinson and A. McQuaig.Miss President: Cashier:

B. MASTERS Priscilla Taylor of this place I

and Mr. Joseph Castel of Inglis were I HERBERT A. FORD, F. L WATSON.

quietly married in Ocala last week. Mr. !

Pastel came up on the night express, :

"THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT" procured a. team in Ocala and drove I 1

down after his bride, and returned and '

married Judge Bullock. Miss
were by

i I Taylor was one of Fort McCoy's attractive frKNEV CAUSE ONE-THIRD OF

:' young ladies, and a member of
I II I. Merchants the choir of the Baptist church.Vhile THE TOTAL DEATHS.

I Mr. Castel was almost a stranger in our

midst, he has some warm friends here
The LARGEST STOCKS, who sleak'ry highly of his excellent When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly by not straining out the poisonous -

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll character and his charitable disposi I' waste matter from the blood as it passes through them, the poisons are carried by the
ADVANCE STYLES, tion. Mr. Casel 1 is Inglis' efficient post
Proprietors and PublishersC. circulation to of the the different This heart
master. The people here wish them every part body, deranging organs. causes

L. BITTiNGER, COMPETITIVE PRICES, much joy and a long, happy and useful trouble, stomach trouble, sluggish liver and a host of other ills, all due to deranged Kidneys.
I life. i

Editor and General Manager. I QUICK SHIPMENTS.Give Mrs. Lizzie Marsh, who has ben visiting \

her partnts1'. and Mrs.! G.

R. R. CARROLL, Priest, has returned to her home at FOLIflKIDNLYCUREcorrects

City Editor and Business Manager M.tscottP.Mrs.; .
Your Trade to Them :
J. W. Stevens and daughter.

EXQUISITE WORK And Your Banking Account Mis. McQuaig, will leave next week ::

TOMUNROE for visit South the state Florida fair, where at Tampa they' expect and then to ,I irregularities and cures Kidney and Bladder diseases in every form, tones up the

The display of needle work at E. C.
go to Arcadia to visit relatives and enjoy : BRIGHT'S whole system, and the diseases that have
Smith's (Ocala Furniture ('o.) is attracting G OUMBLIS S the juicy fruit of that section. I II Mr. Robert Q. Burke, El norm, Saratoga Co., N.Y.,wri'ee-I am glad to have an epportunitv resulted from Disordered Kidneys disappear,
great interest among the ladies i I of telling what magnificent results I have had from ifung FOLEY'S KIDNEY
CURE after having tried other advertised medicines and several physicians. Before 1 began because the has been removed. Commence -
and many are visiting the store CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY it I had to get up from n to ao times each night to relieve my bladder.; I was all bloated up cause
with dropsy and my eyesight was so impaired that I could scarcely see one of my family
to see this expert perform wonders on BANKERSOCALA Is Pleasant to Take I I across the room. In fact, I was so badly used up that I had given up hope of living when I taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
was urged by a friend FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. bottle worked wonders -
the sewing machine. The left of the The finest Quality of granulated loaf ,and before I had taken the third bottle the superfluous! flesh had gone, a*well as all at the first sign of danger. Do not risk
FLORIDA other symptoms of Kidney trouble. My friends: were surprised that 1 was cured as they
store as you enter is beautifully: draped sugar is used in the manufacture of all thought I was going to die. Every few days some one comes from miles away to leant having Bri ht'S Disease or Diabetes.
with curtains of her handiwork and ------ the name of the wonderful medicine that cured mo of Bright'a Disease, and not one that g
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the baa trial It has failed to t>a benefited.
strewn sofa and in the window
on a IN EARLIER DAYSWhen roots used in its preparation give it a Two Sizes 60 Cents and $1.00.
are a number of suchions of elegantdesign : ,. ,
flavor similar to maple syrup makingit

and finish. One is embroideredwith the bathroom was not Invitingby quite pleasant to take. Mr. W. L.
"Pansies for Thoughts," another, reason of its closed-in, unsanitary Roderick of 1'0ult's'llIe111.., in speaking i
," of this remedy, says: "I have usedChamberlain's
"A Sunflower one for the smoker
marble washstand, a cozy corner of the THE POSTOFFICE DRU GSTORE, OCALA, FLA.
Cough Remedy ,
with the words: "Ye Fragrant Weed, usually set mY'l.hildren --- -- -
sleeping apartment was for several years and can I -
that Doth ola'eIy Weary hours" aside for the and was II I
) making toilet truthfully say it is the best preparationof II
with emblems of the tobacco pouch, looked upon as indispensable to the the kind I know of. The children j I J. M. BARCO'S CAT STORY

curved pipe, match box, etc. One is embroidered like to take it, and it has no injurious i, -
well appointed room. This order of
after effect." For sale by all druggists. THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO."ED'S
with a U. S. shield, one a picture things prevailed until the introductionof A \vt-k ago yesterday Mr. J. M. Baivo

of a wooded glen, a running left his home: at Cotton Plant with a .
Cotton and Wool Remnants in all the _
stream, boat etc., executed with thread tat that IIP wanted, to dispense with
desirable weights, at Masters', Friday.TO .
which people, at first glance, take for awell $taudat1dI1Poreclain l He put up his team; at Standley's stable -

executed oil painting. But after forgetting all about the cat until "Mellowed by the stealing PLACE"
CANVASS THE VOTE kauri oSeime."-SHAf.:
all the beauty of the work is in seeingit Enameled One Piece Lava st'\'l'ralIa's after. When he got readyto
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and the lady who so dexterously executes tories I..afill' home he noticed the sack.

it. The display on a small scale, which are so dainty and attractivethat County Judge Bullock. CommissionerS. in the rear of his buggy and spoke to I i McGrath's Old Stand
R. Pyles and J. I). Ferguson will .i MarylandClub
is equal to the showing made at the the charm of the dressing corner :Mr. I..eli1ler: about it, who said:

World's) Fair. vanishes in favor of a bathroom equip- canvass the vote tomorrow. "Turn the rat loose to catch rats here." WEST SIDE SQU'.AR..E
ped with a "Standard" lavatory with
It was done. Judge of Mr. and Mrs.
pure running water, hot or cold, as de- FAVORED BY BOTH PARTIES
W. E. Allen of McIntosh, whose face sired. Barco's surprise upon opening the door
time of their house morning to
glows more intensely as moveson yesterday
Republicans and democrats alike
with good fellowship and geniality: praise Foley's Honey and Tar for I have the old cat walk in. Rebuilt and Newly Furnished

came down yesterday with the election coughs, colds, and all throat and lung

returns, and to see the county commissioners diseases, as no other remedy can com- I FROM SOUTH AFRICA I II Pure Rye tastes Fine Wines of All Kinds for Family Use. High Grade Whiskies Brandies,
about aiding McIntosh in extending pare with it. It is safe and sure. E. of Chamberlain's etc.
New Way Using :
good roads. The object of his T. Slater, Iii Main street, Gloucester I Couch Remedy I II old because it IS Beer, Ale and Soda for Family Trade. The Purest Liquors Obtainable Are
visit was accomplished: and he returned Mass., writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar I Kept by Us. Skilled Bar Tenders. Courteous Treatment Assured to AIL
home this afternoon happy. Inspl'ukmg cured me of a very bad cough which I I :\11'. Arthur Chapman, writing from old. ;? I It tis a

had for three months, though other Durban Natal!, South Africa, says: "Asa I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
of the efforts of the )peopleof
his section to secure good roads he remedies failed to benefit me. I can !, proof that Chamberlain's! Coughi .I Ii : whiskey "whichtime AND DEALERS IN ALL KIND S OF WINES AND LIQUORS
highly recommend it for coughs!' and
: i is' for old and I
Remedy a cure young
said that when they were appealed to I i
,: Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore has broughtto
P pen you the following: A neighbor of
subscriptions to make up half of the I
cost per mile of construction, theIii} mine had a chill just over two months I ripeness. It GROCERY STORE AT S. A. I DEPOTis

It with great reluctance and many protests WEIR PARK old. It had a very bad cough and the i I
II parents did not know what to give it. : "written down A Carefully Selected Stock of Groceries; With Free Delivery. Special Attention
but now that the road is built
I suggested that if they would! get a I Given to All Orders.
Clarence J. Smith Has Returned to His
and they see the benefits they have : bottle of chamberlain's Cough Remedyand : i Business In the State. All Orders Filled on Return
Old Home old with all the We do the Largest Mail Order
como around and said they were ready I put some upon the dummy teat the I
to double "Standard" lavatories are made In The numerous friends of Judge C. J. baby was sucking it would no doubt I I Train.Separate.
their subscriptions. Probably .
so many artistic and original designs, Smith of Clarksville, Tenn., but formerly cure the hild. This they did and it I II i characters ofage"
i iI
no money the people of the McIntosh i
section have contributed for any in one piece without the unsightly a resident of this place, will be I I I brought baby.: about" This quick remedy iclief( is for and sale" curedthe by I -mellowness White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. an

plaster Paris joints necessary to mar- delighted to hear he arrived a few days
all Town Places
cause has done them as much !service druggists.; Up
ble washstands that no matter how with carload of furniture and
the hard ago a ripeness ,
as money they spent on the .--r -?,---- -.0
much or how little you wish to expendon '"
roads. I stock to take up his residence with us MILK ON TIMEI J
They can now go to Boardman
your bathroom a "Standard" lavatory again. Mr. Smith will the hotel have added another milk flavor.
then ', open wagonto CARLOAD LOTS
Micanopy} and with the exception OUR LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER S ARE BOUGHT IN
can be selected which will please for boarders in about two weeksid thc rout and by November T will beable :
of about three miles, which shortly DIRECT, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
I you better than one of any other kind. t'l mak. piompt! and regular deliveries There are several so-
with his' wife will no doubt make it an
will be constructed they can drive to Every fixture bears the manufacturer's to all my customers.: I II
Gainesville on excellent hard roads.!'; "green and gold" guarantee label. ideal and charming hostelry. George P. Tyler I'I called "Club" Whiskeys "We -A-lTrtT-ftys Please

You take no risk. Milk iie aler. Ocala, Fla. I that not
The are
count board stands' ready to assist
Whether you contemplate buildinganew MADE YOUNG AGAIN --_ --- -- --_ The Carmichael & Son Co.
other sections on the same terms McIntosh or have become dissatisfied with I II i Maryland Club. You ,

has been helped, namely to pay your present washstand :you are welcome "One of Dr. Kings New Life Pills I can tell it by the taste.
half of the expense of improvement. to examine the samples of"standard" I Ocala Florida.
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each night for two weeks has put me i v-
lavatories and other O.K.
"Standard" ware we have neatly disPlayed in my 'teens' again," writes D. H.
in our showrooms. Our prices Turner of Dempseytown, Pa. They'rethe

and the ability of our workmen will best in the world for Stomach, Liver I I
Saturday) this city. the boardof meet with your approval. EASTLAKEMrs.
and Bowels. Purely vegetable. Only
medical examiners for the fifth judicial Crocery I a I II WOOD WOOD
FLORIDA PLUMBING and :25c.:! at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. II f -
circuit was organized in Ocala. -- -- I I Putnam California. arrived

with Dr. S. H. Blitch as president. Dr. ELECTRIC COMPANY.Ocala i a I i: here Tuesday, on an extended visit to Fire Wood, Oak, Pine or Mixed, Seasoned or Green. any

II. M. Taylor! of Crystal River secretary Fla. Don't Forget i: her son, Mr. Gen. E. Snow. ;!

and the third member is Dr. F. 11. ----- ----- -- ------ -- -- Mr. :mlIr!=. J. H. Jones and family size or length,

Maynard of Webster. The board will When rOl'kribbf'dIi'i'ouri goes republican EVERY i uf New York are among; our winter vis- ,,I

meet every six months in Ocala. for the the democratic dove may indeed RIFLES'MINSTREL! : itois. They occupy the CarlJEntt'rI $1.00 J Per Fun Load

examination of applicants for medical wonder where it will rest the sole -. house. i I a I

degrees. of its foot.Roosevelt's. !I Mr. John Turney of Little River paid: Delivered to any part of the city promptly

I I a visit to Judge Wynne and our community j j
i i Phone No. 32 Terms Cash on Delivery.
-,-__ f KJLLEDAFI.NE-_- BUCK __, popular! plurality is 1.- LiTTLEI this week. I ,

Messrs. J. L Smoak and Henry Livingston S93OO'and< his vote in the electoral Messrs. W. Allsopp and W. 1* Black j jfn.m
returned' yesterday: afternoon college will be 343. I the North, paid us a visit a few.Lays ,i OCALA WOOD YARD

from a. day and; night's hunt in the FRIDAY GIRLUnder I .1 since." jMr. j
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scrub fifteen mires from Ocala. They I P. J. ('foattoroC the west side of :
had a huge deer in the wagon which ; th" !lake, visited llastlake on busings I;

Mr. Smoak killed yesterday morning. DR. L. F. BLALOCK Assistant I P.i-kiue ,m.} shipping fruit Is thejr i I

Mr. Livingston got a shot at a deer at November 11 th, fifteen years of age ..' !J.- uf the d.iy. and the days are too:I A E. BURNETT

long range. but did not kill him. I DENTAL SURGEONSOffices visiting to our store with ;*-."! fur the business." :(

I < '.ij.'ain F.,,.'i"t i= just srortingacrrlss
Mrs. J. D. Williams who comes to us Over Munroe & Chambliss' her mother within the next .'. i aroui.d the l.ikdaily with his :: THE JEWELERFINE

from the Ocala Presbyterian church is' Bank 't -irrer. i
a valuable and much appreciated addition OCALA, FLORIDA II fifteen days, will be given a if f

to the choir and the Sunday::: ;i chance at aBEAUTIFUL 'a!I MOTHERS PRAISE IT WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER

school. The Bible class has grown since J. E. CHACE, I NOBODY'S I ,
I Mothers everywherepral?:* One: Mi.i1ua !
she took charge of it. and all testify' I DOLL ;
'ouirh Cure for, the suffering! it
that her cheery Christian spirit and DENTAL SURGEON I ; JEWELRY
:i i h'S r",11.and the live of the little
her splendid exposition of the lesson
Office upstairs Commercial Bank :Which: can be seen at our" it has I"a\"e'" ]. A certain cure for;
makes the hour a real plt'tsure.rcadia A.I
Building. Ocala, Florida. BARRED! cou2h croup and whooping: cough. HND
Champion.The TERMS CASH I store. : : : : L :?: aff I My-h., says: "Our little girl was ur.conjs -
following gentl-mt-n came in Tuesday i 1---- =. Iii from strangulation during aj I
-'J': : ::-n :::.1 terrible: attack f,; croup.I'I'I
night to hear election .
returns: I-: C. W. JOHNSTON
':.- Mir.ute Coush:: Cure quickly) re- I _
W. Clement;: H. L. Hough. Dr. J, c. '. '
-v-1 and cure-1 her and I cannot!
Baskin. G. W. JCevilK Punnellon: F. Props.I T'-us- it too highly.: "One Minute''
'',,'jrh Cure relieves coughs, makes
\ IL Robinson, prystal Rh'er1.. D. Wil- Office Over Teapot Grocery I Tickets now on sale at :
l k..athir.g easy, cuts out phlegm, drawsout
\' cox, Early Bird: J. K. Kelly, Inverness: Hours: S to 10 a. m., and 3 to 4 p. m. I Ii i Phone .74. inSammation an dremoves every Block.

\ D. J. McEachern. Citra. Tlydre..atl I Xight calls answered from the Montezuma ; reuse: of a cough and strain on the
"v ftf Wonfzuma. Hotel OCALA NEWS STORE. NEXT DOOR TO BENUS BAKERY'lungs. Sold Ly Wm. Anderson. OCALA FLORIDA


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00 e I -BANKING 0- 0- 00-BUSINESS 00- 00-? 00- 00- 00 J- Washington WEATHER Xo10.Partl FORECAST}' cloudy Our people A PLEASANT shoul.j not fail DUTY to turn out !, l LUIRD BE8 S11OES H E na L LflDIES, $B.OO kBoys' .

colder in
tonight Friday; Friday
1 I I i in force to the Riley! minstrel :tt tho :_
o 0C'OL' extreme north Ortion.I "'--L=" -.c
have more or less of it Possibly house tomorrow night. :\1.t..f 'l:

the performers are goo i actors. ao :''u'
r it is with us. Such being the case FOOTBALL Warm, Good-fitting Clothing g
'.: or better thait tb average professionals ,.
t know of service, I I w
you something our who visit;: the town. ani the 1",11i rr ; :
0 But if not a patrcn, wouldn't it be well There will Le the best game of foot- i interest will give their work a 11,1.1'i -w ).i .,-.Y .-;"'I..i ('!,-.thirg for Bays, and little to pair Low Price and DeE -
I I ball tomorrow that thIs city has en.rknown. I I
Ip for you to become one? i that can ne-n.r be imparted f: .1mi :; r c,:. i .;.:'-:.r :: two Y\ike Mates: that are .ulhng a bigger business e"ery :zf"'ow1IA
It will Le at the Ocala Driving
i abroad. The military company j is 'IllI 0 .1' )....!:- III I'..ys. Ciu.hir..g.. .....
COME IX Park at 3 o'clock between Asher c '- -'
J aril) : y
institution that deserves our h-lp.
0 Frank's crack Ocala team and the I t1 Dou l-Breasted :nits, Fancy :wag er" Overcoats, Popular Shad- c:::)
AXD TALK IT OVER WITH Us attending a grJ.1 roerforman.e for its 0... H
t che\-I"
splendid team from the East Florida A- : ::
JI wts. All 'ool. ings.
benefit I is;: one of the must :lITf-.11.1.l !
Seminar at Galnes\'ille. The admis- I Doube-Brt:1sted Blue.I I Russian all New Effect.
S uiLt:, Navy Overcoats
0I .
in which to render as-istancP. n
The Commercial Bank nays o 0
I Ocala, Fla. 0 I sion to the grounds will be 50 cents, give the boys a good house!' ant hat: tyaPrJlau n ,.{ Fast CoO! !;;. Knee Trousers, the Best for near, 50c. ...............

00- 0- 00- 0- 00- 00- 00- 00- 0- 00- 0- which will include hack fare to and !' .'--.' 0 t Sail 3r Suits. Exceptional .alies. ..-AaI....

from the with stub I fVA
grounds. Tickets 0h
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Ladies' Chi1drens'Sweaters.
I for hack fare can be had at C. E. Tayt MRS. W B. FRAZIER i ii M Boys', and

t OCALA OCCURRENCES : TYROLEAN QUEEN t Ilor's and at the Boston Store. Everyone iI i O 4 '
I ne
should see the and help a 2

i The 'antata., "T'rolean QUf'en will I good cause game our This city talented on Tuesday.lady November will again 13.:;} <: H $2.50 to $7.50 Skirts for Women -

(h ala \Yo'Jlj Yard Phone 32. i I ao
I be presented at the opera house on the will give a dialect reading, under the !9 --

Woodmen meeting this evening. 'evening of Thanksgiving Da)'. The soloists FIRST ATTRACTION FOR auspices! of the Daughters ot the ('onf"iEracy. ; Take account that the Skirts art New-Very Recent Models from r-

'I will te supported by a chorus ot THE ELKS' LYCEUM COURSE L..t all who lore fUll it un M fi'-. : ,,., :'.111\-: ". ate; the bargain r"\s in vtluThe Skirts are In 8ilk r-
Ocala Club. Phone 1&1.
Pressing I : ., p'L :i\i" !:' Suiting: :Material Correa :111.1 DroaJdoth. They come in Blue, ...-.-
hid Fellows meet tomorrow night i forty voices embracing the highest hand to hear her.ELECTION. i w k; !"' ,,''dd." ...1 I'..... I.. ....
: musical talent of the city, and a de- Billy Arlington, on Monday evening :e

Call up Telephon 1 i fur Sanitary lightful evening is assured November H, at the Elks' Ball. Sea- '
BETS ; at I R H E: I N A U E I R r..J" '1w
Plumbing. I son tickets can now be had at the lost- .
Jake Klein, Colonel 8hil-man and T.
Oysters! Oysters! Oysters! All styles, I Dempsey Chase Crane died Friday office drugstore. Please call and get .L"><
I T. \Iunro. are smiling serenely at the \I ;'
at Dame's !night at Wawrl, 111. The deceased the tickets as early as possible. rw
auspicious manner in w hkh their wagers BOHEMIA? FRENCH I AND GERMAN DINNER SETS
Onion sets for fall lanting Ty- is well known In Ocala, where he Jived I' / 1 i ,

dings and Co. ,! for years. and was, Ul to lastIay, as- PIANO TUNING camE: their way. I Ilrs. I
102 from $30.00 to $45.00.
I pieces
sistant of this when ,
postmaster city
full line of and tobacco. .
A 'fy-
cigars I :\ ..\. E. Wilson of Lake City ar- i
ill health compelled him to seek a Professor F. Scharf, an expert pro- i
dings and Co.
i riye.] yesterday to spend several weeksas
change of dimate. He died of "on- fessional tuner of Savannah, will
Red Rock Ginger Ale, In pints and the guest of her dJ.ughttrIr!<. C.N. SWEET MilK, BUTTER MilK JERSEY COWS. AND FlkE HOGS
II sumption. He was well liked and avery be In the city for a w'ek. Anyone need-
quarts, at Troxler's. Schlemmer.Mr. BUTTER WILL BE KEPT FOR SALE
popular young man To the sor- Ing his services can lean orders at the
UT. Slaughter of Le'on came up to 1 1h",11' the extends condolence andsympathy. W. O. Massey has leased: !' his residence -
rowing Star Star offke. All work guaranteet.I.Irs.
election returns. I 011 South Third street to th'Messrs. 1
J. K. Christian of McIntosh returned'today D. )[. Smith. who returned yesterday Walters! Jf the Antl-'olonrJpolr
\Ir. H. I. Young and \Ir. Fechhelmer ,
from unnf'lIon. II from Orange Ya., where she drug! !'''JI'('. Their l1Iutht'r and sisters .

hm prominent hat merchants of will arrive in Dt'emlpr from Montltrll0 \V. D. Carn and C. H. Shaw Owners
Chickens and eggs In abundance atRowe's spent several months among friends ,
New York, who came down on a flying
Ga., when will .
they: occupythe:
Little Bonanza. visit and took a successful outing at was accompanied by her aunt \rs. house. We are now ready to deliver mil k to any part of the city. We have all good Jersey Cows and are feeding on

n. .\. P'ttewa of Leroy was a LuslII" Jlomosassa and visited \Iessrs. Charles Hannah Bell who has spent several rich food The best care is given the stock, everything kept clean and fre sh. Give us your order for sweet milk
i winters with her niece, and is beloved We beg to call attention to the fact
visitor in town toda
ss! ) I'e'ser and Jules Cohen for a fewdays
11) all who know ber. that we have the only complete line of and we will guarantee satisfaction Sh ould you not see us, drop us a postal ca rd or phone us at No. 163, and your
The most complete line of statIonery i left for home this morning via I
in town. The Ocala News orders will have attention. '.'
The King's Daughters held their Crockery I prompt .. .
in the city at T'dings and Co. the Oklawaha river route. -
I I meeting this morning and elected the Co will make good this assertion by f
Judge} Parker now knows how it feels I t-i nEXT-A handsome i-room I gladly showing this line to its custom- t FT. KING DAIRY
following officers. \Irs. Lindsay, reelected -
to Iw beat in his own prf'dnet. I residence, newly finished inside and out ers I' ,
I presld'ntIrs.: Porter, secretary '
t'. H. Dam went to Jacksonville on and in the best of conditio.l. Thoroughly : c. H. SHAW, Managet.
; l\lrs. Gootlieb corresponding secretary \lr. Anthony C. Finzel the popular
business visit this I furnished for rent for six month
morning. I'I'It ;
and \lr5. R. L. Anderson, treas- English comedian. will take all active I

Oyster fries, oyster stews, oysters Apply at this office. I Uff'r. All other officers were re-plEe'cted. part in the min'trf'I. Priddy e"enin I .. z,, _, '. ..
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raw, ana on the halt shell, at Dame's. Mr. James of 81. Petersburg! auditor i and will present the latest English : .
Friday, the 11th, at Masters, Remnants -
err the expert embroidery work now for this division of the A. C. Lfly. i 'ongs. Don"t miss seeing him. i

bring done at the Ocala Furniture Co. .. was in town today, checking up I W.\XTED--To with
olTkes. Ned Williamson brought In the Salt arrange I'ppon- WE NEED HARD CASH I
Mr. Martin of the A. e. 1. freight of- the .c'c' onions un shares
Springs returns this noon. Thirteen

the returned today from hip \'acation.1 It I I Patterns for Dress and Waist Pat. i votes were cast, ten democratic and from Bermuda ets. Immediate cortespondenee i,

Ramp ChambPrs is at Heddick to<}. )", terns at Masters' Remnant sale, Fri. three rellUblican. solicited. Crenhaw Bros.. !

writhing; cotton for ieo. K. day Tampa, Fla.ROOJIS} i I i And 1 in order to turn quickly some of our
FOR REXT-Store In Montezuma

Arrhie ("rum of Lakeland nOLinson'l Wilt the old gardener, is very sick block, suitable for small business or an TO HEXT-Over the Ocala ISeed i

;al ily in charge of the lIomosassa train. and f'ishel is taking office. F. W. Ditto, 1Ierchants' block. Store, after October 1. Apply to !i .FURNITURE. .

in the Stan- W. T. Gary, at \Iunroe and Chambliss' i iDank.
Hire's Root Beer, Gingerale and an interest in this poor man's condition Henry brought

Raspberr'ade In pint bottles, IDe., at I and anyone feeling like helping ton vote todar. T. .\. Jennings got the I 1 1 / and HOUSE FURNISHINGS

Troxler's. this unfortunate can turn their contributions highest democratic electoral vote, 9: Pratt Morris will Le strictly "On the : :.-

over to \Ir. Fishel.Mr. E. D. Baker, socialist, 2; ieo. K. Rob- Water "agon XI\\ at the minstn'I. : j ,- \ \ into that useful commodity, we will,
The tour handsome torE'g' in the
inson, republican, 2; Alunzo P. nlskin, fo'ridaJonight.. You I'h..ulln't miss se.,- i
( 'I'ala; House will soon be ready for oc- Victor \artinot, Flori.1a's finest I lrj From October 21 to November 1 21
i peoples part, 7. mg Morris and' hearing him slllg. : ,
"uImts. I basso. will render that gem of song, I 1S .,. '

W.-\XTED-A horse. Must Le sound t till "The King of the Flame," at the min- Fumigate with Formaldehyde Sul- We will have on hand a fine display ': /... ,1 sell any" .niece of goods in the house at a discount of 10

strel, Friday e\'ening. phur Torch, to be had at the Postotrice of Rookwood Pottery by November: 10 "
body and reasonable in prke. Ap-I per cent, This is no Japanese dream nor Russian joke;
Drugstore. Twenty-five cents fumI- Wait for it. The Ocala Music Co.
lily at this office.Everybody For aching feet use Haywood's Foot gates a large room. i I price the goods you have priced before, and see for
Powder. Sold by the Postoffice Drug- I
is going to hear the nI- store.Geo.. ---. Let everybody remember the datf' yourself

tlt.s' Imperial Quartpt-\essrs. Masters' K. nubinl'on i is doing a big cotton November li::, and come and enjoy a !

,II"IIt'S, artinot and Caskill.Fuotball good laugh. 'olrs. W. B. Frazier will
busin(>sthf1'ie, da's. Today he''I I e

Friday. at the fair grounds, will weigh in from Silver Springs, Red- j I make you forget your t oU )les. .;Admission J. A. PITTMAN & SON

children under I. years, _"c.; _
l"t\\\'t Ocala and East Florida Seminary dick and parr 40,000 pounds. He said I t
adults, 3c.Beautiful! T. a'W. Troxler, Agent for I1uler'sCand
teams. Admission, 50 cents. \ the receipts in Ocala were light, most THE FURNITURE MEN.
'. Fresh shipments received
Mrs.I J. L. Feaster IIf1 l'anopy. who\ of the cotton going to the country mer- teeth can be had by using )

h.I" 1..11'il'iting her sister \Irs. Moore.of chants.. __ __ either Pearl Tooth Wasn or Powder; weekly. ;,>:;-..;:r!' ';T. A':: r-t. .......r; ,,";.::-;"'''''''''' '' J 0iVlCIVER '<><.' -

the s..lIn.1"artl.. has returned home. All the ladies should see the fine display 25c. at the Postotrlce Drugstore.
I \r. C. W. Rush and wife of Dunnpl- Don't fail to hear l'urney Lancaster
For wedding Presents in Royal Kytio of fancy machine work at the
i I
I i Ion came up Tuesday and reposed at sing that tremendous] coon song success -
Japanese, Hand.Painted China, and Ot'ala Furniture Company.1V. :
the :' Rush is one of "llannah 'on't You Olof'n Iat .
Fine Leather Goods, go to the Ocala \\". I..f'man of Tampa arrived in I
the enterprising and successful merl"hants Door," at the HI lit's' Minstrel. & MACKAY
News Co. the city today and will take the road i
: of the Phosphate Clt}". Rowe's Little Bonanza, fresh meats,
Miss I Mary Iartin. a charming young for the Teapot grocer. Mr. Leman as I
I I Ell Pittman will tell )you something groceries, etc. Goods delivered free of
lady from Sew York City. is spending soon as he can secure a suitable house,
about "Teasing the latest New York charge. S. E. Rowe, I-roprietor.
a kw weeks as the guest of her will move his family here. Florida
l'uusin.1 success, at the minstrel Friday night. Don't fail to h(>arrthur Masters Ocala
.1..1111 H. ]llf"n'er. Seeds of all kinds, fresh and reliable, I 9
Irs. H. K. Smith, one of the efficient sing "I Would if I CouH but I Can't"at
The most delicately perfumed violet for fall and winter planting, at Ty-
and faithful employes of \Iunrof'o and the Rifles linstn.I, Friday ewning. j jI
toilet soap in the city at 25c. a cake. dings and Co.Mr. I and Machinery
Mining Washing
Chambliss' Bank is at West Palm I Phosphate'
Palmer makes it and Gerig sells it at I H. '\". Long and wife. Irs. Owens ,
Upach, taking a well earned vacation. REMINGTON, SMITH PREMIER, ,:
the PostofCice Drugstore. I IThf' Irs. Quigley and \Ir'l.' Godson and

eounty commissioners rf''ted i iAssor I). R \\ Ili.nns. representing Marion 'We carry the finest and most com- DENSMORE, HAMMOND I Phaetons Surreys Carriages
Wagons Buggies
\1'1"8 books this morning.a. county in the exhibit she will make at plete line of soaps: perfumes and toilet TYPEWRITERSJust : ,

.,! now Culled"r f arney will 1Jp ready the outh Florida Fair, will leave to- articles In the city. T 'dings and Received at-

tll receive the taxis for 1:11I-1.: morrow for Tampa. Co. OCALA MUSIC COMPANY

Xo one oyster at Dame's thinks he HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

____. __ ___ -0------==--_----_-_--_---__-_---_-----____ __ Is the only oyster in the stew-there CREAMERY BUTTER

are others.W. .

L. Rift of Wildwood was in tht> The Carmichael and Son Co. keep, Building Materials Every Kind and Description
Just Received constantly!" on hand, receiving a fresh ,
city toda}'. lie hold arranged to makea
sUp.I every two days. delicious pure I
atVillwood, hut his
cabbage!: crop
( Georgia creamery butter, 2a cents per '
Impaired health mad him relinquish\ FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS 4
pound, kept on Ice. Phone Xo. 31 I'
The finest line of LADIES SUITS the undertaking and will dispose of his

ever shown in Florida. They are teams antI fanning utensils and household FOR SALE I
gouds. Iturdlr. November 19, at 1 1witht Phosphate Plants Installed_ Complete

made in the very LATEST STYlES 2 p. m.. at \\ ld(1(101.. Thirty head of young Jersey cows

first and second calves First I _
of the finest matedaIs. We want Our prescription department is the
class milker Will be sold at a. bar- :
most up-to-date and has the most careful -
you to call and look at them. This TIdings gain. Call In or write to D. \1. Bone), I EL TROPICO 9s3a F4Y,4 .
attention of any in the city. .. .
is our first season in this line and we and Co.Nunnally's I Ol'ala. Fla. K i I-" CIGAR FACTORY

offer the suits at reduced prices to Candy ll lUll the standj I ( :D -
ard. Better than all others, becau For ., :, .
,f'ft. ;;:\ .
get them introduced. Prices rang- fresher, and then only 60c. a pout LAt WATCHESAnd ( .' -: {.. ..\. 1 R Makers! or the
the Postotrlce Drugstore. YEIH .z. ... \ ..:.;
from$7O ". "
ing :?
Charley Taylor will render that sid.'- her : x
( .... ( r:4 L
! to. MILO DEYO ,
) TO $20.00 E. Alen and J. K. I'hrist i.HI ta- t.,' Highest Grads 5c. Cigar > e "
F. G. B. WEIHE 1 ':": ...... ." -0--
turned to Me1ntush this afternoon. 1r.[ :
... "'- "
C. said that when the next Marion flap- The Jeweler, -t "" \'>' !' '4\'.\ \\i-i;;: and ( ;_

They are worth more. tilt Association meets in 19P:; at MrIntosh -- : \z.t" -" GRANd ROYAL _

the people of that community I :# .. ,i. ,

till how the delegates that they k-\: :.! .. HAVANA CIGARS R :

how and will take care uf them ';Ah: ,1I I HANDSOME STOCKOF .-i',1! :w;: ." :-=+:j In Fi..e Sizel

.. .,.,.:, '''' .... 4.\.Ji J.
THE BOSTON STORE I Bill Allen! said hE' knew .1'I.Io 1>.t: rc ."",. : -,
: : .""- :"" ofl -0--
ummunity and ton th.u: 01. It's: ;:; : '''- '
i -
:P.:: <; ""'
it stood at the heal of tho> list! an''!. i iI 'ft..r CHAS PEYSER, Proprietor '
I next l'ounty to O<:;1la. Was the tow. 'Jf :'01.11';'.'; I ALL & WINTER '(g r .oS'., .-;;:'.- 'to. Or-ala. F1or.'Ja.

OCALA PRESSING CLUB Send us your next prescription as al i I ,.

trial and see what excellent service we ; PIECE GOODS.

The establishment of its g \'eou.. then bear in mind that we use I .
only up-to-date kind in OcaIa. The ARE GUARAN=
the best drugs" The stoffire -
evidence of which, is the inspection of the same, \\'hite tradeexclusively. I. PHRIHN
I have now in the handsomest and
W. .\. Pelot 19 now ready to deliverdry ,! most line of Piece Goods for TEED NOT TOP

MEMBERSHIP $J.OO A MONTH oak and pine wood from his yard, i
Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, for Fall!!
opposite the Christian chtrch. I
\\'hich entitles the holder to have twelve pieces pressed, after I and Winter Wear, that has ever been
i Miss: Dell )101('. of Montv'r,!e wlo! F3Z I NT S CHANGE COLOR

which charges arc made for additional work Prices: Coats, has been spenlire: a few days with h"rsistt'r. offered in Ocara. Call early, see the.

25c to $i.oo; Vests, I5c to soc; Pants, 25c to 50c; Ladies' \lrs. J. H. spencer, IHums homo : Goods and Styles, and make your seJe

Skirts, soc to 81.50. All work guaranteed. Special attention t..night. ana will be accompanied l'r IIrs. ton.: Many years of experience. Every .

of work guaranteed and the ,,
; piece '-
given to mail orders :\ r't"nt'r's two little daughter -
Louise and Lureen. Prices are in keeping with the Goods.

Prices of Remnants at Masters' run Burnett

N. R. REED, Mgr. from 10c. to $oJ.50. Come on Friday Jerry S el-n.berger & Phillips

Place on Ft, King A-e. Next to Teapot Grocery Phone tGJ. and look at them I Merchant Tailor. i

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