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).
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Why not Look at our Assortment of R. Feaster KILLED, aged AT about HOLDERJ. 32 years, a J '

foreman at W. M. Ross' mines at Holder -

TABLE LINENS AND NAPKINSWhen falling Feaster, was from was instantly the formerly top killed of a the Thursday foreman plant Mr.forMclver by I i

and :\lacKa)', and was quite I

You Next Come Into Our Store? I II well known in Ocala. He was born in

I Hickory N. C. Mr. Mclver went down I

-- Thursday afternoon with a metallic CAPITAL, $ OOOO.

casket and shipped the body to North

Carolina for burial.

We are certain that we can please you DEAL ABOUT CLOSED


taste be modest or fastidiousH.
whether your Inquiry this morning developed the

fact that Messrs. T. C. Hall and"E. P. 1 1I R. S. Hall, R. L. Anderson, Edward Killer, J. K. Christian,

Thagard have about consummated a..
Ford Herbert t A. Ford.
sale of their turpentine property at George MacKay, George ,

Belleview to Mr. J. L. Knight, late

B. MASTERS manager of the Marion Hardware Co., President: CaihUri

and Mr. Arthur Williams. Mr. Thag-

ard will continue in the turpentine business HERBERT A. FORD, F. L WATSON.

but was not prepared to state I



RUSSIA REFUSES Tom Watson has gone to New Yorkto Wher the bathroom was not invitingby Xew York. Xov. 11.-Thomas Tag- O.K.

attend, a political conference. i reason of its closed-in, unsanitary girt chairman of the Democratic Na-

EVENING STARC. Ocala Merchants Offer Great Britain May Move Toward Intervention Grover Cleveland has gone hunting. marble washstand, a cozy corner of the tional Committee, arrived here today
I I to End the War Alton B. Parker and Henry Gas Away sleeping apartment was usually! set after an absence of. several weeks in

II I I Davis have gone up Salt River. aside for making the toilet, and was Indiana. He went at once to national Crocery

London Nov. 11.-Japan, unofficially! looked as indispensable to the
L. BITTINGER & CO. I The LARGEST STOCKS upon headquarters, where he had a long conference -

has made representations to Russia, FOUR DEMOCRATIC GOVERNORSIN well appointed room. This order of with William F. Sheehan andS

C. L. Bittinger :; R. R. Carroll I looking to peace. REPUBLICAN STATESThe things prevailed until the introduction retaryood on.

ADVANCE STYLES This action resulted in failure, and
Proprietors and Publishers Mr. Taggart was asked how he accounted -

such representations, even in a private EVERY
for the Roosevelt landslide of
election of W. I.. Douglass the oftandat'd
COMPETITIVE PRICES, manner, are not likely to be repeatedby Tuesday."Oh .
C. L. BITTiNGER, shoe man as governor of Massachusetts :

I the Japanese. there was not enough democrats -
is democratic oasis in repub-
a a
Editor and General Manager.
QUICK SHIPMENTS. I Poreclain Enameled One-Piece Lava
t Although the suggestion looking to a ," he replied.
lican desert. He had 36,659 majorityover
termination of the war was made unofficially tories LITTLE
"Will the party be reorganized?
his republican opponent. Roosevelt's -
which are so dainty and attractivethat
it actually had behind it all
"There is no need of reorganization.What .
I plurality in the state was 89,031.:
the charm of the dressing corner
City Editor and Business Manager the weight of an offer by the Japanese "
Give Your Trade to Them Twelve hundred miles west of Doug- vanishes in favor of a bathroom equip- we need is more democrats.

government, made direct to Russia, and
lass is another oasis in the election of ped with "Standard" lavatory, with

And Your Banking Account no power acted as an intermediary. pure running water, hot or cold, as de- GIRLUnder
Wednesday will be Jacksonville Dayat Johnson, democrat, to the governorshipof A SURE THINGIt
The proposition was put forward tentatively sired.
the South Florida Fair, and it looks TOMUNROE :\ which state gave Roosevelt -
so that the Japanese government is said that nothing is sure except
now as If half of Jacksonville wouldbe 100,000 majority.Joseph .
might remain in a position whereit death and taxes, but that is not alto-
there. I' W. Folk, democrat, was elect-
G could deny any report that might b. gether true. Dr. King's New Discoveryfor fifteen years of age
GIIMBLIS ed governor of Missouri, but his elec-
made that it was asking for peace. Consumption is a sure cure for all
Hearst says he knows nothing of any I tion was a non-partisan performance, visiting to our store with
The failure, however, has resultedin lung and throat troubles.. Thousandscan
reorganization scheme, in which he as he had the support of the best of
BANKERSOCALA bringing intervention within measurable T T testify to that. Mrs. C. B. Van Me her mother within the next
Bryan and Watson are to be leaders.It both parties. ;
distance. tre of Shepherdstown, W. Va., says:
is probable that neither of the other Alva Adams, in Colorado, is another I fifteen days will be given a
FLORIDAE. Foreign Secretary Lansdowne's plea "I had a severe case of Bronchitis and
two know of it, either. bright part of the silver! lining to the /
for arbitration at Guildhall last even- f//f for a year tried everything I heard of, chance at aBEAUTIFUL
cloud; of defeat. He beat James II.
ing is taken here as a pointed sugges- / -- '. but got no relief One bottle of Dr.Klng's .
who for the past two
Peabody years
Florida Fair will F. S.
The South
open New then cured
tion to the United States and France t'/ i Discovery me
has been having American citizens DOLL
Monday and promises to be a great suc- that the time is approaching when the absolutely." It's infallible for Croup,
shot, deported or shut up in bull pens. .
cess. We trust all in Marion county The following are registered at the !
powers must take some action.It Whooping Cough, Grip, Pneumonia and

who can will attend and see the progress Montezuma: II. E. Wilcox, W. C. Clark, can be stated definitely that Lans- Consumption. Try it It's guaranteedby Which can be seen at out
the southern part of the state is W. D. Wheeler, George Sparkman, J. ; downe made his speech with the full the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Trial I

making in material advancementMr. E. Jones, H. E. Whitaker, Otway Ware, I knowledge that the Japanese will not "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills bottles free. Regular sizes 50c. and $I" store. : : : :

L. H. Taylor, F. E. Wilson, W. Bettes, -
resent a proposition looking to peace each night for two weeks has put me "Standard" lavatories are made in

Montholon Atkinson of Oldtown W. T. Whitaker George Fucher, A. L. from three powers, the United States, in my 'teens' again," writes D. H. Mrs. W. B. Frazer will make you forget -
artistic and
original ,
was in town today and just laughed as Cone, Captain Lynch. O. B. Boulware, Great Britain and France. Turner of Dempseytown, Pa. They'rethe many your troubles with her inimitable I
in one piece, without the unsightly Ii
he repeated the political slogan of the T. P. Rubles. Osco Zewadski son of The impression prevails here that best in the world for Stomach, Liv- plaster Paris joints necessary to mar- ,negro dialect. Come and laugh withus. i L 8K B8 PIODS.

nominating campaign. "Let the conservatives lion. W. K. Zewa ski, and a student of the initiative will come from President er and Dowels. Purely! vegetable. Only ble washstands that no matter how At Yonge's hall Admission' 35c.; .,

name a man and victorywill the Seminary, is captain of the East Roosevelt though the action would be 23c.: at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.The children under 12 years, 25c.
much or how little you wish to expendon
perch on our banner; they named Florida football team, and is here, accompanied Phone 174.
bathroom a "Standard" lava-
Parker, but the bird didn't light. by his brother, Guy. Since the commencement of the war Braidentown Herald says that Major Alexander Saint Clair Abrams NEXT DOOR TO BENUS' BAKERY
Editor Joe Humphreys of the Braiden- tory can be selected which will pleaseyou i
the two competing nations have shown is telling why Holloway got so many I
The Parker's home district of' Martel II I I town Journal won the race for Senator better than one of any other kind. ,
reason why Thomas Simpson accompanied a respect for each other that is seldom votes. He got a good many because
Every fixture bears the manufacturer's -:
went against him was-maybe- Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Long Mrs.I. over Dr. Pelot. Pelot's majority in '
i i Abrams opposed him.
shown in battle and mutual respect is I "green and gold" guarantee label. RUGS CURTAINS

because his neighbors thought too O. Arms Mrs. Quigley, Mrs. Godson I the most hopeful factor for peace, Manatee county was 173. but the Hum You take no risk.

much of him to want him to go to and Mr. D. S. Williams to Tampa this phreys vote in DeSoto overcame this Whether you contemplate buildinganew CONSTIPATIONHealth ,
Japan does not want to go on fight-
Washington. At any rate, we'll let it afternoon. Mr. Simpson will build the and. the editor is elected by 123:?: votes. or have become dissatisfied with
ing forever, yet her statesmen
washstand are welcome PORTIERES
your present you
that. Mr. Roosevelt's home is absolutely impossible if
go at pre- racks for the Marion exhibit.
without be-
not openly suggest peace to examine the samples of
be serious
constipation present. Many
cinct voted for him to live out of it for MOTHERS PRAISE IT other
"Standard" lavatories and
ing misunderstood.It cases of liver and kidney complainthave No stock like in Ocala, nor values -
the next four The this afternoon for the "Standard" have neatly:: displayed ours
:years. parade I ware we I
would be different should such Mothers everywhere praise One Minute sprung neglected constipation. to. compare. It affords us pleasure
minstrel "IT." The in our showrooms. Our prices .
was processionwas I suggestion come from a friendly power, Cough Cure ror the sufferings it and the ability) of our workmen will Such a deplorable condjtion is j to display them to you and when Tar
Wednesday and Thursday of next led by Ed Pittman. and he made unnecessary. There is a cure for it. | and is considered,
iety, quality price
yet nothing of this sort can be done has relieved and the lives of the little meet with your approval. Herbine will matters.C. i
week the Elks will hold forth in the city an ideal leader. After marching aroundthe speedily remedy | we know your judgment will approveI
before the fall of Port Arthur.Unfavorable ones!' it has saved. A certain cure for I A. Lindsay, P. M., Bronson. Fla., choice from assortment. Time
in great numbers. They will form a square the band, led by Leon Fishel FLORIDA PLUMBING and I your our
coughs croup and whooping cough. A.. writes, Feb. 12, 1S02: "Having tried and space will not permit us to go Into

state association of Elks and hold a stopped in front of Munroe and I L. Spafford, postmaster of Chester,, ELECTRIC COMPANY. Herbine I find it a fine medicine for details. Inspection will be your best
St. Petersburg, Nov. 11.-In official I
grand reunion culminating in a grand Chambliss'' bank, where Ed Pittman Mich., says: "Our little girl was unconscious constipation. 50c. bottle. Sold by the monitor. Don't forget we are speakingfor

circles Lord Lansdowne's suggestion I from strangulation during a Ocala Fla. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I McIVER & MacKAT.KAIJOAilb.
ball at the Tampa Bay Hotel Thursday made a good talk for the minstrel tonight ,
--- ---- ---
that the war be settled by arbitrationfinds sudden and terrible attack of croup. -- -
evening. Every feature of the programof and the football game this afternoon. -
unfavorable echo. One Minute Cough Cure quickly relieved DUNNELLONT. The Clinton Orphanage of South Carolina -
this great order will be one of ex-I Give the Rifles' minstrel a an and cured her and I cannot
Sentiment here is stronger than ever under the auspices of the Presbyterian !'-
cellence.-Tampa Herald.Of house. Come out and crowd it. I praise it too highly. "One :Minute
i that Russian prestige must be vindicated Cough Cure relieves coughs, makesbreathing W. Hood is opening up his cedar church, was burned a few days '
course Ocala will send a good dElegation The plug hats and gaudy airs of the .:
before the idea of peace can be easy, cuts out phlegm, draws camp in Gulf Hammock. ago. Loss, $10,000 with no insurance.A .
of Elks to participate in thefestive boys broke the surcingle.
entertained, yet it is believed that an out inflammation, an dremoves every nev. G. Austin, pastor of the Methodist AIR LINE RAILWAY
occasion. cause of a cough and strain on the
proposition from Japan for the (church received) a "pounding" PHYSICIAN HEALEDDr.
I Morton IPlant and party of New open lungs. Sold by Wm. Anderson. Special Rates
would to Emperor Tuesday.
ending of the war appeal -
Hon. C. M. Brown, when in the city, York passed through Ocala today: on George Ewing, a practicing phy-
P. F. Jenkins of Savannah is a civil
Tom Watson carried four counties in
the Belleview Hotel at Bellair. in
a pri-
spoke in glowing terms of the growth cian of Smith's Grove Ky., for over
rate car. Driven Back Georgia. But there are 132:? counties in engineer on the Buttgenb.u-h railroad. $3:50 Tampa Fla. and return. Tick-
and prosperity of his new home Mi- thirty writes his personal experi-
The ramps have completed their ets on sale November 13 to 23, Inclusive
Georgia, and Tom didn't carry 128.
ami. He said the arrivals for the winter Mukden Nov. 11.-The Japanese assumed electric light plant. ence with Foley's Kidney Cure: "For ; limited to November 27, 1904.

were already averaging from twen Mrs. F. A. Teague and ('hildren'pnt the offensive on the left bank of sale years I had been greatly bothered with $45.55-ST. LOUIS, MO.,and RETURN.
The X. C. Derry pharmacy was
ty-five to thirty i>ersons' a day. Trade to Lady Lake this afternoon.J. the Hun river and occupied three vil bought in by J. 1!. Coulter for $1632. kidney and bladder trouble and enlarged Tickets on sale daily beginning April

was excellent. The day Mr. Brown lages. save a life Dr. T. G. Merritt of prostate gland. I used everything 25; limited to December 15, returning.
J. 1:. Bargamiier. foreman of a phosphate -
left for Ocala his cash receipts were :\Martin and bride returned today The Russians attacked them, driving Mehoopany)", Pa., made a startlingtest : mine was severf-ly injured by a known to the profession' without relief, J34.35-EUREKA SPRINGS, ARK., and

over $330.: He said the remarkable and from Laurel Hill Fla., where they them kick and establishing the old resulting in a wonderful cure. He until I commenced the use of Foley's
return. Tickets on sale Wednesdaysand
hatchet in the hands of one of his em-
only Indian trader was Tiger Tail of were married a few days ago. Mr. M. lines of defense.CHAMBERLAIN'S. writes: "A patient was attacked with I Kidney Cure. After taking three bottles -
limited 60 .
Saturdays days.WORLD'S
ploye!* I was entirely relieved and cured.I
the.ergladt s. who did all his trans- is one of the clerical force in the A. C. violent hemorrhages, caused by ulcera- ,
prescribe!" it now daily in practiceand
tion of the stomach. I had often found II. H. Masters has an advertisementin my
jwtation in a canoe and had broughtin L. freight office. COUGH REMEDYIs heartily recommend its use to all
Electric Bitters excellent for acute the Dunnelltin Advocate.Dr. FAIR RATES
over $900 worth of otter skins. This Pleasant to Take physicians for such troubles. I have .
stomach and !liver troubles, so I pre- T. M .Samuels has returned from n-
prescribed it in hundreds of cases with
only Indian merchant did all his trad- B. H. Seymour and family are nowcomfortably scribed them. The patient gained I
The finest quality of granulated loaf Tennessee. perfect success." Sold by the Postof- Via L. & N. R. R.
from the first and has not had attack -
ing with merchant in : which
one Miami settled in the old :McCall i fice Drugstore.
sugar is used in the manufacture of in fourteen months." Electric Excursion rates now on sale dally
footed up about $30.000 aear.. The house on North Magnolia. !'street now --
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and the Bitters are positively guaranteed for NEURALGIA PAINS from Jacksonville to St. Louis and re-
Browns are delighted with their new owned: by Mrs. Julia Wells. Mr. Seymour Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipationand II
roots used in its preparation give it a turn.
home and think Miami is the coming bought a large) bill of household Kidney, troubles. Try them. Only Rheumatism, lumbago and. sciatic
flavor similar to maple syrup, makingit HANDSOME STOCKOF JiO.GS-Tickets limited December 15.
;50c. at the Anti-Monopoly .
city of the East Coast. Hon. C. M. B. goods from Mclver and MacKay and a Drugstore.Don't pains, yield to the pentratIng influenceof
quite pleasant to take. Mr. W. L. $33.90-Tickets limited sixty days.
was just overwhelmed with the watch- fine range from T. W. Smith. Ballard's Snow Liniment It pene-
Roderick of Poolesville. .Id.. in speak- $27.50-Tickets limited fifteen days.
charm sent him by the PresbyterianSunday ing of this remedy says: "I have used trates to the nerves and bone, and being -
Corresponding low rates from other
school of Ocala of which he MILK ON TIMEI Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with my Forget abserbed into the blood, its healing
FALL & WINTER points. The L. & N. is the best line to
had been the faithful superintendentfor children for several years and can
have added another milk wagonto properties are conveyed to every partof
truthfully! }' it is the best preparationof St. Louis.
sixteen :rE'ars."ore it on his watch- the and effect! wonderfulcures.
the route and by November 7 will be body, some
the kind I know of. The children Stop-over privileges allowed at theworld's

chain and said with the gracefulnessthat able to make prompt and regular deliveries like to take it and it has no injurious : :2oC.! ;JUG; $1. Sold by the AntiMonopoly PIECE GOODS.
RIFLES'S- famous Mammoth Cave in either -
comes from the heart, that he to all my customers. after effect.! For sale by all druggists. 1.i Drugstore. direction, without extra charge.

would not take $1000 for it. George B. Tyler,
MARYLAND IN DOUBT For rates, schedules and sleeping car
Milk Dealer Ocala, Fla. CRYSTAL RIVER .
reservations apply to Geo. E. Herring,
The Star had a pleasant call this Baltimore.. Md.. Nov. 11.-Late returns I have now in the handsomest and ,
MINSTRELFRIDAY President" Walker of the Florida Smu.ary Fla. Pass. AgL. :206 W. Bay St. Jacksonville
Mr. Hollow-ay will be tried all the consolidated to date, reduce! i
morning from :'orYm. E. Martin of up i will most -to-date line of Piece Goods for
Sutherland: preach Sundayfor up
I Fla.; C. L. Stone, Lo lsvllle,
Moss: Bluff. He was here on business same--j>erhaps. Roosevelt's plurality in this state' to I I
the Methodist pastor Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, for Fall Ky.
and returned home via Silver Springs. just 1:11"otl'S..
The have organized a Sunday -
Baptists and Winter Wear, that has ever been ,
He reported an excellent crop of cot- It will require the entire official I
] school. Professor Poppell was
count to determine whether the state offered in Ocala. Call early, see the
ton. He had eight acres which so far
: I -JtPt"ju'erirmnj"nt: ; Haiti Edwards -
\\ m W in the republican or democratic Goods and Styles, and make your selec
had netted him 123 an acre with considerable I DR L. F. BLALOCK Assistant
assistant, and Cleveland: Edw.irds. medical journal vouches for theI
yet in the field while his column. November IJ th : .'':rotary and treasurer. tion. Many years of experience. Every I
following story: A woman who was seriously -
sons Josh. John and h Harmon. have DENTAL SURGEONSOffices I piece of work guaranteed, and the
Ii l foV 1C. Edwards of Orlando! manager ill awoke one night to find the
Prices in with the Goods.
twenty-seven acres", all of which i
some of the Southern nl.ti'tltr.t: !'!',
Over Munroe & Chambliss' nurse!" sitting at the foot of the bed
yielded welL The Martins have some" has been called to the pulpit of the
Bank New Way of Using Chamberlain'sCough Jerry Burnett smoking a cigarette and reading a nov

nine acres in sugarcane which promise RemedyMr. Baptist: church preaching: on the first. I i
OCALA, FLORIDAJ. i el. Greatly !startled the patient raised
a large yield. One trouble that is d third of h month. Merchant Tailor.
Arthur Chapman writing from .a Sundays eaf i herself up in the bed and cried out
farmers of the Moss Bluff i --- --
affecting the -- -
f-ngressman Sparkman. who was taken "
Durban Natal South Africa says: "Asa "What in the world are you doing!

section Is the disease" among the hogs. E. CHACE, proof that Chamberlain's Cough NOBODY'SBARRED down Crystal river to g'i.tho:, work gracious i

which is supposed to be cholera. and i* i d.; .!;- by the drf-dz boat said it was IKE TOMPKINSHas "
DENTAL SURGEONOffice Remedy is a cure for old and young, I I : : I thought you were dead.

carrying off a great many of them. pen :you the following: A neighbor of i I his: first trip in tn )";:ur.e. and thA p '/)- {I .

Mr. Martin is very well satisfied with upstairs Commercial Bank mine had a chili just over two months ; :- there could look for another appropriation. well selected stock of i I THOUSANDS CUREDDeWitt's -
oil It had bad cough and the a
a very
his season's crop. His corn having Ocala florida. i .
suffered considerable from the Building parents did not know what to give it. i Fresh Meats of all kinds. I Witch Hazel Salve has

TERMS CASH I suggested that if they would get a cured thousands of cases of PileI."I

about the only! shortage in yield. bottle of Chamberlain' Cough Remedy QUICK ARRESTJ. Vegetables! and Greens. i.I I bought a box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel

Such farmers as the Martins are a and put some upon the dummy teat the i, I
iI A. Gun dge of Verber.a. Ala., was ,I Fresh and Salt Water Fish received Salve on the recommendation of our
credit to any community and their citizenship C. W. JOHNSTONPHYSICIAN baby was sucking it would no doubt i I
is of the cure the child. This they did and it ii II I twice in the hospital from a severe i every day. Cedar Key Oysters druggist," so writes C. H. LaCroix of
most kind.
exemplary AND SURGEON brought about quick relief and cured I case of piles, causing 24 tumors. After received dally Leave your orders !! Zavalla, Tex "and used it for a stubborn -
May they all live long and is I! !
prosper the baby. This remedy for sale by doctors and all remedies failed Buck- with me. Prompt delIvery. I case of piles. It cured me permanently -
the wish of the Star. Office Over Teapot Grocery all druggists. Tickets now on sale at I ." Sold
lfcn's Arnica Salve quickly: arrested by Wm. Anderson.

Hours: 3 to 10 a. m., and 3 to 4 p. m. further inSarnmation and cured him. I I. E TOMPKINS
Charley Lloyd of Holder !h in town Eusti is striving to secure an acetylene Ii
Night calls answered from the Montezuma It conquers aches: and: kills pains. 25c. Oysters served In all styles by the

as Is C. E. Herrick of Crystal River. Hotel. gas: plant It will cot! J50. OCALA NEWS STORE. at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. City Market. best oyster cook in town, at Dame'





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I BANKING BUSINESS ? i Washington and WEATHER Saturday Nov,FORECAST except 11.-Showers fair in extreme tonight -- And the A Worst POKER Thing PROPHECY About It Was, It I,II 2i! l IRD B BE Snnco H F rut) L DIES 1 '$5.00

i Came to Pass j
northwest colder tonight I I
; j -
I YOU have more or less of it. Possibly A man from down South was in town i jja rn
except in extreme south portion;

i f it is with us. Such being the case possibly frost tonight in extreme northwest 'i few days ago an 1 made, gruesome j I 2 Boys' Warm Good-fitting ClothingMighty astiJ

'-J. prophecy: on the result of the f-Wti.>I1.1 ,
know something of our service. I II .
i basing his 1:.+-1f; on the initial: letters; :
But if wouldn't it be well 0 : la :ec
not a patrcn, of hands
"The !
I and furshirmfont at poker. highest :::- :: Good Clothing for Boys, and little to pay. Low Price and De-
MacKay are packing
I for to become one ? said he. "is a royal flush for '" :z:
you 6 j {; r.en'lai.1.les) are two Yoke Mates that are pulling a bigger business every
for Marion's exhibit: at the
stand the letters It. F., and th-y also I j ::: r year in B )"s' Clothing.
I -s
IIQ COME IN JJ South Florida Fair at Tampa the blueprint J CT.
stand for Koo.-evelt and Fairbanks j 0 j

AND TALK IT OVER WITH Us. drawing of our remodeled courthouse I The lowest han is a pair of 'i"u<- I DoU !Breasted Suits, Fancy Chev- "Swagger" Overcoats; Popular Shad- 0::::

J a drawing of the battleship :! .q. \If lots All Wool.DoubleBreasted ==
I. D.; and tho.::e letters will also stand ings.Russian
Maine, belonging to Mr. S. T. Sistrunk I.P.
The Commercial Bank Ocala Fla. i 'I Parker and Davis. Now how an : Suits Navy Blue Overcoat: all New Effect
a number of crayon drawings bliss Cu2S
I you expect a pair of deuces: to beat al! i1 Fast Colors. Knee Trousers, the Best for Wear, SOc. CJ

00- 0- 00 i 0- 00- 00- 00- 00- 0- 00- 0- t Grace Moore, and A. J. Leavengood's royal flush?" j I 2 rl Sailor Suits, Exceptional Values.Ladies' :a

.-4 pen drawings and samples of his monu- i' : "
-U And it came to pass that the difference S '
'ments. Boys' and Children Sweaters.
I : -wQ
I ,!I in the vote was about :u:: grat a-; ,
[ the difference' in the two hands i i3o .j
THE ELKS' LYCEUM COURSE State of Ohio, City of Toledo.

Lucas County.-ss. B H $2.50 to $7.50 Skirts for Women
Wood Yard. Phone 32. Mrs W. B. FRAZER I O
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
Billy Arlington, on Monday evening, .
Odd Fellows meet this evening. i November is senior partner of the firm of F. J. o (Ltc ==
| 14, the Elks' Hall. Sea-
i at You can't afford to bf- left. su hear Take: into amount that the Skirts are New-Very Recent Models! from I

Call up Telephone is> iur Sanitary I:. son tickets can now be had at the Post- Cheney & Co., doing business in the this gifted lady! in her ch.-.ia."t--r I] fustMik: ..! s. and the bargain grows in value. The Skirts are i in Silk, r-

Plumbing. office drugstore. Please call and get city of Toledo county and state aforesaid CQ f ('he'iet. M"n's Suiting Material, Correct and Broadcloth. They come In Blue, C)
!"kdlhEat hall.
: : ii '.
and that said firm will the i Blown and Black.
Oysters! Oysters! Oysters! All styles, the tickets as early as possible. pay I ii
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor i i :e

i at Dame's.W. 1 each and every case of catarrh that Mrs. I:. P. Thaard, who Juju!'...] herself at EINAUER: I S

C. Massey of St. Louis Is at the PIANO TUNING internally in getting off of a passenger i CQ .
cannot be cured by the use of Hall'sCatarrh I fb: .
Montezuma. train at Ueddick, is still an invalid i
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
: Onion sets for fall planting. Ty- Professor F. Scharf an expert profEssional Sworn to before me and subscribedin at that plain the home of her, !
dings and Co. : piano tuner of Savannah, will my presence, this the 6th day of December friends! and while improving the progress :I 1 .

be in the city for a week. Anyone need- A. D. 1&S6.
A full line of and made to restoration is slow. Her |
cigars tobacco.
dings and Co. Ty- ing his services can leave orders at the (Seal.) A. Notary W. Gleason Public.Hall's children are with her and Mr. Thagard 102 pieces, from $30.00 to 4500.

Star office. All work guaranteed
visits hT
Catarrh Cure is frequently.
taken internally
T. (L <'raw ford Valdosta is a guestof -
and acts directly on the blood
the .
CREAMERY BUTTERThe and mucous surfaces of the system. J. '\-. Crosby! the turpentine operatorat SWEET MILK, BUTTER MILK JERSEY COWS AND FINE HOGS

Rock Ginger Ale, In pints and Send for testimonials free.
Carmichael and Son Co. keep .luburndale..shen in the city a few BUTTER WILL BE KEPT FOR SALE
Troxler'aChickens V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
quarts at constantly on hand, receiving a fresh Sold, by all druggists, 73c. days ago told a good one on one of hisighbois

and eggs In abundance at supply every two days delicious pure. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti n'. in the :lIn" line of business

Rowe's Little Bonanza.W. Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per pation.At who is very fond of a game of poker rr1 KING DAIRY AND STOCK FARM

('. Hull returned today from a pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. and had a son who was attending a ,
the Woodmen meeting last night
fishing trip to Homusassa. prominent Florida: school. The son W. D. Cam and C. H. Shaw Owners.We
Messrs. J. K. Padgett. "'. S. Tyner and ,
Oyster fries, stews wired the old gent for a remittance of
oyster oystersraw
T. D. Bryan were initiated increasingthe $l'i'). His are now ready to deliver mil k to any part of the city. We have all good Jersey Cows and are feeding 0'
and on the half shell, at Dame's.Miss t-uspicions: were aroused KOhe "
of Fort to
Bessie Whetstone has gone to membership King camp telegraphed the son to know why rich food. The best care is given the stock, and everything kept clean and fre sh. Give us your order for sweet milk
lu3. Two applications were voted on
lai-auga. Ala., on a visit to her sister. favorably. he needed the $I'l'' sn urgently. The I and we will guarantee satisfaction. Sh ould you not see us, drop us a postal card or phone us at No. 163, and your

See the expert embroidery work now T. W. Troxler, Agent for Huyler's answer came back: "Poker: game.: Another orders will have prompt attention

wire went to the !son "What hand
being done at the Ocala Furniture Co. Candy. Fresh shipments received Horn this morning. to Mr. and :\rrl.
dil you hold' 'Four queens! ," was the FT.
For aching feet use Ilaywood's Foot weekly. Mallory Liddon. a fine 10-pound son. KING DAIRY
inswer. Piomptly the: old\ man wired: ,
Powder. Sold by the Postoffice Drug- Dr. D. M. Smith was the attending

store. "I'd have done the same thing mYHO'lf.Ion..y C. H. SHAW Manager.EL .
FOR SALE Ihyskian.loth r and POIV are doingsplendidly. ,

S. S Savage has returned from a coming:'
Thirty head of young Jersey cows
successful real estate trip to Alachua
wltht first and second calves. First I
county. chitkfns from trying !size tlarge <>
class milkers. Will be sold at a bar- Foil nl'XT-A: handsome -fJIm TROPICO
full grown hens: also in
Hire's Root Deer. Gingerale and residence, newly I finished inside and out eggs
Call write to D. M.
gain. on or Boney, abundance, and oysters galore at CIGAR FACTORY
Raspberryade In pint bottles. 10c., at Ocala. Fla. and in the best of condition. Th I Howe's Little !Hoiianxa.: I 100 and I'.*..
Troxler's.Dr. ly fuinished: for rent for six months.!' : ---
North Magnolia :--(., Ocala. Flu. 1
H. F. Lisk and H. F. Broom of TYROLEAN QUEEN I Apply at this office. Makers of the '"

(Jrahamville were at the Montezuma I ; !
General: Robert KuHotk! has
ainvitation sl..f.ial --o'k -
last night. The cantata. "Tyrolean Queen," will | Mr. Mark (>f Jacksonville, state su- I' ) ]JA W
from Congressman! ".II ki i
Charley Taylor will render that sidesplitting be presented at the oi>era house on the ; perintendenf of the IVninsula industrial I' a MILO DEYO
t man to I be his guest 'duiir.g the) meet in<; II .

song "My Adeline," at the evening of Thanksgiving Day. The so- j j Insurance Company, was in the flf the third division of the dmfedeiateeterans I I a Highest Grade 5c. Cigar .T

l,ists will be chorus of city for a few days this wk looking .
minstrel this evening. supported by a j f
\ at the South I'ioiH.i F'ii .u! \

II. Jas. Wise of Cincinnati, formerlya forty voices, embracing the highest I i after this the .inteu-sts of the company at Tampa., NovemW 24. and the !in-n-ral !; t1z --0- _

regular visitor to Ocala, was at the musical talent of the city, and a delightful I plate.We is seriously thinking of acr'-ptiIig the !: and

(It ala House yesterday. evening is assured.SEED I sa lilt>. '' b GRAND ROYAL -
I j
beg to call attention to the fact fig +Ira

Buys are in demand. One is wantedat OATS that we have the only complete line of I i iFriday it t $ HAVANA CIGARS

the Western I'nion office and one at the 11th, at Masters, Rem- |
Crockery in town. The Ocala News
Sternberger and Phillips'. Raised by Whitworth, and the earli- I nants. + ,, ,. T In Five Sizes + ?t. ;
will i iIrs.
I Co. make good this assertion by
est harvested in Florida. For sale at ,
Beautiful teeth can be had by using I gladly showing this line to its custom- --0-
the Teapot Grocery.REMINGTON :\ R. G. Hake ,and! Mrs.: K L. l ':11"- .
either Pearl Tooth7asn or Powder; ers. 1CHAS.. PEYSER
ney are out aioii in<; jit rest in Mrs : r
25c. at the Postoffice Drugstore.Ed .

SMITH-PREMIER, Fraxer'js dialect reading at Yonire's Florida. '
Plttman will tell I j
you something Rev. Pistrunk of Tampa was in the l

DENSMORE, HAMMOND hall Tuesday night November 1.".. The
about "Teasing, the latest New Yorksuccess i
city today, the guest of Rev. J. P. Hil- --

at the minstrel tonight. TYPEWRITERSJust burn. indication me that the talented readerwill

have a full house. Mis. D. uttct171nsser! of New York
1>0n't fail to hear Arthur Masters Received at- "
< 'ity is the of Mr. and Mrs. t'has W. P. EDWARDS
sing "I Would if I Could but I Can't"at OCALA MUSIC COMPANYW. ROOMS TO KENT-Over the Ocala
Rossie Yonge. Jr., of Jacksonvillesent IV\MT :and a I wiirV'iiwi'i all winter.Ir..
the Hi III's' minstrel this evening. Seed Store after October 1. Apply to
a man down from his electrical utG'iisiiser! i issexlavted next Tvrr-k for
FOR RENT-Store in Montezuma T. Hubbard of Port Tampa is at W. T. Gary at Munroe and Chambliss'Bank. At the City Market]
I house to do the wiring for the five ne rstores a "h..t"i"it..
block, suitable for small business or an the Montezuma. f
office. F. W. Ditto. Merchants' block. in the Ocala Hou e. The work I fI

WANTED-To arrange with responsible I was done in a thoroughly! : up-to-date J. J. Williams of Honwsassa was Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetables
We carry the finest and most complete Captain .F. D. Pooser sold anothermower up ,. ,
I trucker to raise onions on shares I
line of soaps perfumes and toilet today: to the St. Petersburg manner. yesterday and today: on business.!
from Bermuda sets. Immediate corresIHUidence "Fat-I in Season
articles in the city. Tydings and Hardware Company. 1 y: :i!s many of his Ocala '
i solicited. Crenshaw Bros., t
Co. him. says hunting d}.'t-r i is too !strenHOIK !i

For Tampa Fla. I Rowe's Little Bonanza, fresh mE'all,1 For for him. but when it comes to ,,
wedding Presents in Royal Kytio and Trade SolicitedFree
WATCHESAnd City Country
Mr. Anthony C. Finzel, the popular
Japanese, Hand-Painted China, and I groceries, etc. Goods delivered YEIH 1' ttl: : 'I? out Sir 1"1l'"altol1 enthusists i!)

English comedian, will take an active !
.- in his launch he has the
Fine Leather charge. S. E. Rowe, proprietor. steam
Goods, go to the Ocala Delivery Phone j 2 j.
in the minstrel this evening
News Co. REPAIRSGO !iishing grounds !spotted every time.

and will present. the latest English -
Mr. and Mrs. Walter: flay of MarU-1 TO-
Mr. Victor Florida's
fint'st.. songs. Don't miss seeing him. left for North Carolina today Everybody is going to hear the Ri-

basso will render that "gem of song. Mr. G. Maynard of the Rock Springs F. G. B. MEIHE I ,: ilfs';: Imperial Qu.u let-Messrs.! Masters! OCALA PRESSING CLUBThe
The King of the Flame, at the min-
sawmill was in town today. J. A. Campbell the faithful and efficient The Barnes, Martinot and Gaskill.
sri el 1. this evening.Fumigate Jeweler,

Send us your next prescription as a superintendent of the Ocala Water ---- Mr. Henry L. Griprss. one of the per- only up-to-date establishment of its kind in Ocala. The
with Formaldehyde Sulphur I
I trial and see what excellent service we works i is delighted to know the new .....v..r ms and prosperous farmers of
Torch to be had at the Postoffice wI\.1 evidence of which, is the inspection of the same. White tradeexclusively.
give you, then bear in mind that we use 123-horse i >wer In tiler has arrived ':ZlJ :\',,,; i'.iir-y, was in town today on his .
Drugstore. cents fumi- "
Twenty-five .... -,,".t""' r ''' I .
gates a large room. only the best drugs. The Postoffice s"ssinlhorst':; greater: capacity / \',.'-!? 2"t- ill,ltlt' from a visit;: to his parents at Ox- i

It. t'. Ilidge. an excellent citizen of Drugstore. than the two boilers it will ri'- --: "-: '4 -,1 ".n, I loi-l. H- informed us;: of the marriaeIIf ::: )
r... _. _\t\\u. j I MEMBERSHIP $1.00 A MONTH
Hurry! Hurry! P.e on time to hear place. -"' '1-' \.u '| Ins lovely s=!.*: If'r. Miss Mil-el Griprgs.! I
l\It\'It\ >w. was in town too1a). and reported .:- r j' : .: .., t i io .
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Mrs. W. B. Frazer Tuesday night atYongt lit. !last to Mr. Samuel Willis !
that quite a number of winter ::: :-.. / ... I. V : Friday !
". I Which entitles the holder to have twelve pieces pressed after
1-"K' :
>'s hall. Our is the .
prescription department
visitms were arriving.J : ; : Judge Hark of Sumterville
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,. t5TLO
F Williamson who is now the Prices of Remnants at Masters' run most up-to-date and has the most careful '-4f.. r" .: '!'';-. .1'... ,. :..k-coo performed the ceremony. They left j which charges are made for additional work. Prices: Coats,

proprietor of the Hole in the Wall and 'i from 10c. to $4.50. Come on Fridayand I attention: of any in the city. Ty- .'t41. \f\I'\.J SIRTLQ. \ Friday night for their future home in' :25c: to $1.00ests; 150 to Sac; Pants, 25c to soc; Ladies'

look at them. dings and Co. Sa\.tnnah., < fur lJt''t'ihl.: ."!' go with Skirts ? All work atten-
/lJ"i/l a nice trade, keeps a tine line ( ;) t soc to 1.50. guaranteed. Special

ol fruits i and soft drinks. Mr. K. c. Welsh, the lumberman at them. tion given to mail orders.

The most delicately perfumed violet Cornell, is quite ill. \lr. M I t. Itaum: of the o\foid ('rate1Vulks A'j I Cotton and Wool Remnants in all the L. BALLARD, Prop.N. .

at .Q'lal Itivei. returned l today -
desirable weights, at Masters', Friday.
toilet soap in the city at !!Sl' a cake. No one oyster at Dame's thinks he j
from a visit to the M.uut-v section. Jt R. REED Mgr.
Palmer makes it and Gerig sells It at Is the only oyster in the stewthereare :.!.t :Mr. C'. f'. n.ll and family! of FlemingI: I ,

the Postoffice Druestore. others. He said l the fruit growers were MtiCI: I'C \ ton have changed their residence to Place on Ft. King Ave Next to Teapot Grocery Phone 167.

strictly in it. ;, ? "ONTCit1I'1ERt :'
Paul r. Davis is harvesting his swt't'tl'fOl' Cf Knight
Pratt Morris will be strictly "On the J i

!>otato The yield will be some \ I F. Ballard returned Thursday
Now" the minstrel .
W.ltt'rYug.n at ,
\XTEOhor"t! >. Must bo noun 1 /aCBilC .)JWISOIVlut
this evt'niug. You shouldn't miss seeing thing less than 200 bushels per acre. e "EW :SL1AS5trough : "reuiig from a visit to the World's
in body and reasonable in price. _\P-I VOODVOOD
Morris and hearing him sing. W. A. Pelot is now ready to deliver ply at this office.: i t i'air. and friends in Illinois and Ohio I,

dry oak and pine wood from his yard, i! i All thy la-lies" should !see the fir.e (jj.=- ,
Superintendent Cam will attend theM Sleepers and Cluing Gars

inon Riptist Sunday ,'hool.o! opposite the Christian church. W. A. :Moorhead. county surveynrelevt. : !.i.v. of tain-y machine work at th" Fire Wood, Oak, Pine or Mixed, Seasoned or Green. any

: itioii meeting at Delleview tomorrow. Patterns for Dress and Waist Pat- i is rushed with urtlt>r!:. If.i ..- BETWEEN: : ( t''I'ala: Furniture Company
I size or length
The editor of the Star will accompany terns at Masters' Remnant sale, Fri I turned yesterday from Sparr. where he II, I. ptain Haskeil of Southsid" Lake; ,
St. Louis and Mobile\ I
t i Ii i iI
him. day. did a lot of work for J.unes and Cn. I W-ir.; i-nirr.ed from a visit to Jack- ;| $1.00 Per Full Load

Next week he will survey for Sunk- : -"!:viiitoday.. !i j jj
Nunnally's Candy I is still the standard The body of J. R. Feaster. wjio lost St. Louis and New OrleansAsk
and Tiller and :
the week after for Wiieand j Pont fail hear Lancaster I II Delivered to of the promptly
to Forney
part city
; any
Better than all others because his life Thursday at Ross phosphate MfNair. -- .
-i;- trem-ndous coon !' nOuc! -
fresher and then only 60, a pour d. mine at Holder was sent to Durant. for tiileU Ta! )I. & 0. It. U.Ur. ..,1g "Hannah.on't You Dit Phone No. 32 Terms, Cash on Delivery.
H. Open
At the Postoffice Drugstore. Ind. for burial today.Received. P. S. Hay. :M. & O. K. R, Montgomery !
"Ju t Because She Was an 0:1: I'! ..o r." at the Rifles' Minstrel.

Sweetheart of Mine" one of the mot AIL OCALA WOOD YARD
I M* :>. Douglass of :Shady wntf>
I exquisite melodies ever suns w ill be
I '.':-.: -- :511 I;* to meet her parents, Mr. ;r.r. .1M
rendeied by Fletcher Barnes at tl.e Rities' :- COOK-S STANDARD' SECRET SOCIETY kITUAL3Art'gs.ramrd
accurate and arenu-rf..rc..nterrr.n. .- : : ". ::imr.s'.n.'
Just : ir.strel. Friday evening. the drewtt1.'w'd'. :,,' oflixiJe'. Oa FrwEiiKcrj. --
'ID..U.:.r.J tie! r--* ?errjut. I"uedutid.r F"ln 'ALE-Gei.uine Whit B-rr.'j-
tLe t.trtaruard irffu.i "nry Iliu-tlat-

I Jake Klein is a genuine .i': I ed." -f\4i" tt-.dt-s.ri" 't 1.r! LfjrlyTf<..xi! :ltr ce.-rnr-ldtC,6" "rk.n >vtarn.i.fiJ. L!.1 ":.i..n plants. $12"; per thf ..=a!. J Jo FRISCO SYSTEMChicago

r.tJoUt-tr, '- iri'lu-rly' l.lutnti!
a hunter without guile but his to ... : "'rsd: : Crystal Wax (pure WhitHrirui.1 -
tip: .
The finest line of LADIES' SUITS ever shown in Florida. They are made in ;I rasa rttr- tLC s- i >i"U.tvr. dua :bcns-tiirt r43

the very LATEST STYLES of the fin est materials. We want to call and Ii i; Gum Swamp after quail H11 1 u--r w n :Irjf'r I.te. 4th 1.'rd eoiii i>drTriover rre". I Uavt iLf LOW tntirC"tch i _- .n 1set $1.50 per thousan: r ft-;: & Eastern Illinois R. R.
you .
without '.. I"rrt. C."::i ii-OO, I"l look at them. This is our first season in this line and we offer the suits at re i avail ) ::t.rdaHe returrihome 0 zz z!...'"iirry iltfrettii: Ce I'1 lath'-yew'! I DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS
CU'thyl! 5v>. I:at-r 7V: Lrae L. : and J.-y 1. C. II. Voorh ::.)ch
yesterday hunsry. liied: a: 1 ., ...
duced prices to get them introduced.. Prices ranging from enact M: Ji.n, a'-rk.: 1 f-50 laieti.!. t f -Between-
F il nL : tV F,.t 3 dr.TrCi. tu jl 1*).
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without .. k- W-ir.! Fla.1
cambut shou-d signs f h.-\'- 1-:.... ::."..). "dl'; r.d,'. CLat., d"Jt"'I: :hii
W, I: .-- ,il 5-1, 1'lirV. \Vw ...r"- :-, :!::I1H.j ..
ir.s run up acainst sr\vr.i! ior-s "f EXACT "*08h"OF M: :.1 MV-r:: ". riyt nr. 1 1t St. Louis and
"Fre-oao"IjY:: IL--Tj> : ChicagoMORNING

m ,:'1uit....!'. i?LOll !.0 f isi izt s' ec J lrit't-i h.: :'. : :-: fr S..uth Fl-.r; :.Lth.:? 'tft-!'-
a. 1cS; w"rt"er:ett'liQIGt't. "klutIna..nytiie. !
$7.0 TO $20.00They ,,:, ", ,. CI: ".* *'. uO Tb. M> ti"fne ". 't:. AND EVENING
rA.T.'i' 5Jr
f : 2 i>: J M-- '
CURED CONSUMPTION Ei.t rrn :"I..r. d"!? :-"-, b0'...-. Il-T-;....i &ndAurde"d .:' j From LaSalle Street Station, Chicago . 9:50 a. m.-9:10 p.m.
: J'-: r.ij' a tli I: -kr.L..C'IflSu. J *
: 1... .t !J ''' -.,:+>. : {. _: .r 1.tdl. : BEST LINIMENT ON EARTHHV
.f.-aVrr-sT-1--. .. fCci'-th From Union Sta.Merchants( B'dge) St. Louis 9:30 a. m.-9:46 p.m.
Mr. R W. Evans Clearwater ha:"... ; -V: r. vj-rd K ,<,,l 75c.K :
k worth i writes: "My husbantf lay sick: for three rf 1'. 'r", O' : ,'i.. .. '_. .*.: &.*:--." are more. A'-4i. r ; \:-"- il r.-s>c F"rt'et.
months.:: The doctors said h; had quk .. .. .
I .. .
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i "* '. .. .1-V -;-. ShuVrz.:; W.e: v.'rt"I: : -. .
| ninsunn tior: We procure a bottle13.t'ard's .-,f ''- V A'. '.- i I. ': lIorehounj'up ani it curei IHL.(.- h -.. <' .J 7-n.. ;. :i--I.. : x .'. trlri: M.r.v ;';-. is r-f !.r--: -'* *. v.:-T.
.1',- rr.- -f L.r. <* Tl '4- r.. -- nrFerr : entirely new and rr.o-Jern throughout.
: i : :" :..-_ : : t .. 1: ...r. } .. ''. '..''.
\ him. That was six years ao: Sin '? I .. .. I \- : -v r' : : rr.j h t-rr.-f. -
I ttt t. -i.l :- : t ; 'a:1.5i. '!Ort
then we have always kept a battle :::1 1 l.J '. A doubletrack railway.
: I.t ': ;< Jl' ... I \A--I I w Lr.n.rr.t f.-
THE BOSTON STORE ', the house.We cannot do without it. t'lR.1> A. ((1(1". n-ty Rk r St.CIIICAGFRAf'tK
: !h-uiYatic- I thin; it the E.urr'e'l with practical ani approved safety appliances.
I i! For coughs and colds it has no "''Qua!." P. GADSON. AGENT,

i li'Sc., 5t>c.. $1. :Sold::: by the Anti-Monop- bst !huh"e.; : ; .. 50(.. $1. i Substantially: constructed.

111y 1 l Drugstore. I Ocala, Florida. | Sod t)1. :. ':>' Drugstore. -- -


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(Continued from first IY.lge.)
Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor.
"You mean that you will put me tinder 1 Ocala Florida
arrest?' demanded Brenda her I ,

Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchets face and even her lips absolutely color. I Mack Wilson is in the city, visiting

less. his mother, Mrs. Minerva 'Wilson.I .
"I'll have to," said the captain. Phosphate Mining and Washing Machinery
I p.eThomas 1I0lsendorf of GalnesI' -
AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS "And suppose that 1 answer all your
rule is in the city visiting friends.Mrs.
questions now? she asked.

Neale struck his hand down upon the Wagons Buggies Phaetons Surreys Carriages I' Mary Ford has gone to Jackson-

AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON table. I vine to spend the winter with friends.

TELEPHONE 109 "You can go home just as soon as : Some people art always grinning.
FREE DELIVERY 10u't'e done it." he declared and at
I HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF All KINDS They imitate apes more than anything
that moment: a man 1n plain clothes, ; else.

J. M. MEFFERT. J. H, TAYLOR but with the unmistakable stamp ot !
the police upon him entered the room Dr. James Dt"an P. E., goes to Interlachen .

and saluted his superior I Building Materials, Every Kind and Description tomorrow to hold quarterly

"Excuse me for a minute," said I m ..ting.W.XTEDGooJ..
Ocala Ice& Co Neale and. accompanied by the man I
Packing II neat colored girl to

he who stepped had just out appeared Into the upon halL the scene, I FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS help with general housework. Apply

Brenda turned to Dr. Blair, who wag at Star offire.I .
Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work- leaning against the mantelpiece. ,
\ Plants Installed I 'Special reduced rates to the Tampa
ing plant in this section, and as a 'result, are "Dr Blair," she whispered, "you will !' carnival via the S. \. I. November

not say that It was 1 whom you saw I H. Pound trip rates, $3.50.
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turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest ice. leaving this house?' I j .. The South: Florida Fair is approach-
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<#' 7'1 -YC ""''''''' 'ji'' 1L'r .r..f'r;;;::;;; :; :;;; !i2! :: "" :;a I
"No, replied the physician slowly; J. ing. Th \.. 1. has ample accommodations -
Phone No. 34. "I will not." I
for all who will go.

WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS Alden."What Dr. Blair does regarded this mean Alden?'steadily demanded for WE NEED HARD CASH I I Pine-Remember choice family the Bee groceries hive, Groeery.candies' .

fruits:, vegetables, cigars and tobacco
some seconds before he said with that I Cheap for cash. F. Mention, South t

careful measuring ot words that doe Main 8t., two ooors below city mar-
tors learn: : And in order to turn quick1) some of our
"1 hare Informed the that as 1 : I ket.Do
LUMBERROUGH I not waste a minute or a s.:>.ond
this house, near to
was passing very
.FURNITURE. I trying to demonstrate others themerit
the time when this deed was done, 1 ,r I
I of your r saw a person-a woman-come out and
walk away hurriedly toward Broad- ;""i and HOUSE FURNISHINGS 3 YS i work does not vindicate itself you can-
I not vindicate it

DRESSED way."A woman!?' repeated Alden, as it -r- / into useful eommodit '. we trill, 'Fanc). large bananas, fancy King

speaking without t'olltfon. I apples, ruta.b?Jgas' turnips, New York

See or Phone "She cannot be accounted for," continued kt From October 21 to November 21 I I Irabbage:; cocoanuts, oranges, etc. just.trrin.d
the doctor "No one knows who I
at Casminski's: New Exchange
she Is or why she was here or bow she -. sell any piece of goods in the house at a discount of 10 ;
B. H. SEYMOUR yy I Vest Broadway.The
got into the house As to the last GI
per ccnt. This i i., no Japanese dream nor Russian joke; I
point, however, I will say this: I bad a McKean Lumber Company has a

PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Flat room in this Louse for a few weeks I price the goods you have priced before. and see for I I Xo. 1 wood sputter, run by a lii-horSi'

while repairs were In progress at Xo. )-ourself.:: : power' gasolene engine, and Is prepared

160,where I l1t'e,and I then noticed that I I 10 supply the city with all kinds of

We Ate Still Hustlin the spring lock on the front door did !: wood on short notice. West or the S.

0 Ju A PITTrA\1 I u & SOR .\.

and supplyhig! builders with the very { v -1.Don't
forget the big entertainment

llest seasoned lumber for every purI ;t :It Odol Ft'llows' hall Monday night,
I I THE FURNITURE MEN. f November. The concert part will

tamers eclipse any of its kind ever heM in the
I I II 1 ...:l- o :zl.qo..c'T-: : o "t:.' ::; ;". : '':''i'".. 'i : .: :-f .;:; ;" .. ity. Come early. Admission, 15c, I.

a ; 1 l __- '. F. Tompkins, manager.
d no one and are glad to slate that our ---- --- ---- -- --- -------- ----- --- ---- -
Pull tOj"dht'r.:; When a man of your
!ffort8 to meet the desire for a grade _
race starts business in your city, pat-

Dt lumber of the best quality have been nmize him and when he fails, don't
Appreciated far beyond our expectations. .w+ .M- ._ > I !ugh at his fan and use the old

ts i phrase"I: knew it would. happen:'
l lC
live him lift.
I a
r thrt'f
t ';Pa9 ; 0 -I. Green, the tonsorial artist and
I. G RACE Jp 1 if.JI S PLA C ts "Jldl17wrJ by the slr71inr shaves soft
IttJurs of
___- u_ and sweet and my hair-cut Is the best

f 1 have: two of the finest chairs that turn

R. MARTIN & CO. Old Stand Mar"laod I every wa)'. Razors fixed in all styles

I. I II I Call and be convinced. West Broadway -

I 1I II WEST SIDE SQU.. R.E next to A. Smith.

I I n..n't forget that there will be a

GENERAL LIVERYMEN : I I'I' C I II b I i rand musical and literary entertainment -

on Thanksgiving night at the
Rebuilt> and Newly Furnished
I rdd Fellows hall by the Odd Fellows" ,
He took two steps forward and then II'
Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps 'I' halted. .1 royal time is 'xIJel"lel Come, one
Fine Wines of All Kinds for Family Use High Grade Whiskies, Brandies Pure Rye tastes
Drummers, Carryalls Saddle Horses, etc. not always hold. It the lock has not I :uul all.

been repaired, there may be an eXI/la- ere.Beer has
The 'oldl'an Lumber Company
: nation ot some mysterious points in Ale and Soda for Family Tr\de.: The Pure Liquors Oh:1inatll! Are old because it IS .
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES just received two solid carloads of cypress
this case"If Kept by 1s. Skilled: Har Courtenus!" Trfo.Itnf'llt A"cured to \11.
I there had been an eye upon Detective .I old.I # I It tis a 'hingles. Call and see them, west

Elmendorf at thIs moment, It WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF.. of the R A 1. depot, before bu'lng.
Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
would hare noted that he was much AND DEALERS IN ALL KIND 3 OF WINES AND LIQUORS \vhiskeyvhich They also handle brick and: all kinds

Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. Interested, but no one was looking at of rough mJ dressed lumber, and can

him. lIe himself was observing Breuda time has brought supply you with firewood on short no-

J. R. MARTI N & CO. Alden closely had begun to pace the flour, GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT to ripeness." It tic-e.

Mr. MacKay, our esteemed MiddleFlorida
.. his hand upon his forehead. A Carefully Selected Stock of Groceries: With Free Delivery. Special AUf-n. "
-- -- : do\vn contractor and builder, has In
is written
1 can't stay here any longer, he tlOn Given to All Orders.
said sutIdenly. "I must see EIsit' I his employ at the Ocala: : House! one or
We do the Largest Mail! Order) Business in the Rtate. All Orders Filled on Re- oldvith all the
RESTAURANT must know- Jack! How came you j I.: the finest brick mason In the state in
turn Train
here?' the person of Robert Hozendorf or
I characters of
The question was addressed to a White Hl'rings. His work Is clearly

young wan who entered with CapnnNeale. : : Separate White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. an age"mellow I shown in the building of those front

-xFirst:: Class: Meals ; Ue was In his normal stah' it I Up Town Places columns, and Is highly spoken of by
rather handsome fellow, with the es I
white and colol'Ool.'e congratulate
eyes that the Creeks admired (for w" ness, ripeness,

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES men, anti a broad forehead above them him.
I flavor.
but In this moment his fact was distorted I. OUR LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER S ARE BOUGHT IN CARLOAD LOTS -There will Le a grand ten dollar

with excltl'lUt'nt and striped DIRECT, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST hunt at Mitchell Hdl Monday night,

in All with perspiration that trickled from There arc several so- the 14th inst., for the benefit of 1.1t.
Oysters Styles. his Coreht'atI. The total called "Club" WhisTh
t'tIt'd was -VVe A..1vvays 11o ass Zion A. M. E. church, and 15 cents
somewhat because i
grotesque especially -
keys that are note will give you a chance to be the lucky

Dining Room open until midnight. Personal anti was the man a trifle was conspicuous Inclined to fatness In the Carmichael 1 & Son C 0., Mary[ c1 Club. You one in the hunt. Come, one and aiL

attention given to special orders, anything matter of attire. can tellu i by the ta.ste. moor committee, R. A. Hall and Scipio

This is dreadful, dreadful:" he crietI. Ocala I Florida. Reed: time keeper, Re\ R. 8. Quarterl
the market offers prepared for the table on "I can't Ldic\'e it." - __ -- __ 0 ___ ______ lI1al1; judges.! I'. P. Gadson, Professor
short notice.
"You're Mr. Hohinson, who carried .Jtohn'HtIl, Mesdames Josephine Long,

the note to Miss Miller," said Xl'ull' STOESSEL ASKS TERMS IJI'u'illa Brown anti Fred Powers; hiding -
"That's why I sent a to SOUTHERN RAILWAY
wan your
Jmmt'e[ Mrs. 1f. E. Sanders;
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar hou'e." I
Tokio XII". 11.-11 is repotted thFe: general manager, C Gritrln.f .
r "Yes," !Said Robinson, turning to AIden. .
that general; -UIf"'t.1. ill "ummand ur
Skilled Cooks, Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands "1 ditIn't g'o buck to the office innmediately. : 'V arId's Fair Route. )erla Is not a whit behind other cftifo -
I the Russian garrison; at fort Arthur.has !
I 1 went over to the place I s ill her colored mercantile enter-
Special Price to Regular Boarders asked fur ':tke. The
all arm purpose ,
where 1 lire I wag just g'oln down prises.' : Two doors below the Commercial -

town again when a policeman met me of his 'lu.t is not stated.. TheJapatiest THE BEST LINE TO ST. LOUIS. Bank, on Magnolia street, can
THE CARMICHAEL & SON COAt at the door." I it is sai.l. have been int1am-
tW ("unn of the most complete
"lli know what In that .
you was .J I.y the abuse of Japanese woun.l".1ly
I stores in the cit-The Ocala Bazar.
note? asked l'ale. the nUl I This store carries large, complete
McGrath's Stand "I knew there the a
was money was hoped) that General. t'sel: will capitulate I
reply, "but I didn't know how mUCh. ; TCp.OVERS, GOING AND RETURNING: AT ATLANTA, KNOXVILL:, and first class stock fJf fancy goods,
to the
Ire\'ent JapanE' troopsrum i
It scaled when Mr. \I.'n It toilet articles, and
was gate : glassware crockery
( avroittg these! reported indignitbs ; LOUISVILLE, ASHEVI LLE, AND PRINCIPAL
to me. lIe said there was money In It. capes and) cloaks, gents' and: ladles'
That was why 1 brought It instead of I j by a ma.IIT NORTH CAROLINA RESORTS furnishings and ('hristma."I goods. F.

SEED OATS. giving It to a messenger Loy." I. t'h-rllo. XO\ 11.-\ shell on the Gth ;1 See High Bridge (hihest railroad! bridge: in the world), Famous BiuP P. fadQn Is managf"r. Further north

"What happened: here r' the captain of November ..1..m"Ii'h a land mine at i Grass n":in. Lexingtrm and LOtiisville the
the court
i I fin same street opposite
asked. ..n.. tof the P..rt Arthur f"rts. and hettrrrn ij
j Free Reclining! (hajr Cars and IIigh Class Day C ;lf'les. Through Pullman house!" is thE: well known roadway
othlnj:'," answered nolinsln. "I j jgave &"" and 7"11 P.uilm were kill>.i
: PAeping! Cars J.ldom-ile! to St, L"is..: Juht and Millinery store, where can
the note to .1I1.l l l\uunded.Nogi) .
Early Florida Rust Proof Oats "To whom?' !; Ebie"I I ; Pushing Attack I Folders, rttes. etc.. cheerfully furnished upon apllratlon. tJf.o found a complete line of f.o"f.r.thingflom

"To Miss Miller; that Is what I J. C Lt SK. Dist. PJ.5"1. At., 1"1 ;\.-Bay -1.. Jacrsonville, FIaI a hatpin to a cloak, and the mlld..partmfont -
runic12..t iis.atrh: !ec'lralby
I gate the note to Miss Miller, and she ; I lin'.ry is second to none In
321bs to the Bushel. th c-i..n; : dI'i n.m.t from Tscys .. ;., I -
opened it by the window. 1 o.1hu't see i / the city. J. \\'. AI..xand"r is the own-
any money. 1 wasn't In the room ten the b.mhardment: \If Port Arthur .
These houses
r. a large
Raised by H. H. Whitworth nds-m'rely long! enough to ask it a'y! the J.Ij'.lI,""" u.irr: t'omm ;n.l "f .
'sh'r'of th white To be
patronage. (
there was any answer, anti she sad no. i Gel.IN'i.: ; :. 1 i", 1Iu; .....ii.1g; without i:1-
Atlantic Coast
and Harvested in April. I Lines 1".r.tilluellJ
+ ...
Then I went away. I{ : .r!';' t: n P''I' ,!.tth.a/S (11''' u7 f.
For sale at )I't anybody for : f!rah ,ant =-i:" ral: 'issuit.!" I
"The servant who let me In W8: pass THE BEST LINIMENT

lug throUlh the hall as I went out." t
TEA POT GROCERY "That's important": said the C:1j1t:11n. : A HEAVY LOAD MJ PAIR RATES "r-hmherlain's Pain Bal mis .

"It fixes you all rlgkt.! The servant I II To lift that load off of the stone,;h : the best: liniment on the market"
suppt'tl at )1115 ll11l'r'tI.or, kno''sel, i iI take Knaol D;;::r"'r.ia Cure. It'3i.t ;.;::. .I \\I it&Po't! and BlllIs of Georgia. 1.'tN'

,,yy __ -.IV.--..,_" "/_"""" ,.. Y ;"o-r.W..+.-....NVN MVNW11 \. I I asked a question and got an anSWEr. I what you ell. Sour tomalh.:: ho-r'h: ::.:! First class excursion rates to St. Louis other liniment will heal i cut or

= :E'S CfiEAM ( I Then she went along down .talr"! I Ii t:'as:: on sromath:: :and: aii JiS1' of :?::. I i t"uiS:1 FQ romptly XQ other affords

\-XV 0 RlVI i "Fh.s ire:" gasped! Hol.ins0n. "I,; ; stomach: th'l are curable! ,.arc ir."tar.';hrelieved : and Return: s'h quirk relief! from rheumatic pains
S VtER fi15UCE I anybody crazy enough; to think 1 dId I
I I rnl perman"-raly curby t!:., X'J other is Sf valuable for deep seated

______ ___ ___-_ _AF "- ,,-, :;. this""No. I use of K.dL.I Dysp-psLt!" Cur S. P.Sterr $45.55 final return limit, Dee t 15 pnirs like lame Lack and pains in the

i"2 Y rsfl's acd 3ari \Worm E n5r.iecli s. P VI1f. ot, said now the, ) Alden,"You're let u l' out t.ll ;I II ;:. a druggist; at = 7 lan sere'.. I i hEot. dive this liniment a trial and

8L1: i you that I'n just had 11 rt.'p.rt from the : New BritaiL t'or1.: ;:ay;:: .K.-o Dpr' :- $ 38 final return limit, sixty days i pu it ill never wish to be without it.

rre pared ::: St. Louis, : hl..ptal.: The g rl i is alive: and the duetors !! >j ;:;'1 CU"i:1, : : : i: : such u..iicii -: .: Sold] by all druggsts.
v.rvw. think sLe las a fair d.ann." ::;!".tj"1 ari :!' ;:.) surely hth. r.!;,:,.:! $30.55 final return limit 15 days --
For Sale by the Antl- {ono\oly an d all Other Fir t-Class Drugstorea .. ,
"WLat does she say? exela; !mod Rubinsoa. : : ': r.osaitireller: :: fn 1 sl: seu-at c- MRS. SYNOBLY SIMMONS,
;I for this' .1it; ,.:..sir.z; ; aiT.! -;t. I f-l: th.: coach
Special ten day excursions atvery FASHIONABLE
: Continue.j .morrow.) I am a1w's sure to satisfy;; ;: a."J.i gratify. : DRESSMAKER,
my customers: by r'nmrr.onEng it to I Has opened her parlors opposite Mar-

AT THE CITY MARKET ttpm. I write this to sh.w how wcil!! low rates I tic's stable, where she is fully prepared -
ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR SALE CHEAP the remedy is spoken of here" Kolnl! :
to do all kinds
I of fancy and plain
We keep on hand a full line of the best Beet, Pork, Mutton and Sausage A brand new, up-to-date AmerIcanIzed Dyspepsia of sci..ntUk Cure was discovLre:: -l aft.-: : Tr.r.uh s:""r'rs from Jacksonville; to 8t. Louis! via Montgomery and dress making In the latest styles. at
roars: experiments ani willpositively
to be had. Game In Se.1'on. Fresh Vegetables, etc. Careful attention to EnC'"doredi3.' Britannica for sale cur all stomach tlOuLI-'i.! I iiuisVilie! fln-l N t"hvile:! F P- and "D ixie Fyer" route. short noUce. Cutting and fitting a epeecfalty

orders ani quick: delivery ma



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Volume JO, Number J28 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER U, J904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year .

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A SHATTERED SOUTH': Maloney Shoes 't'i:


'!The Republican Majority Grows No i iI -..
| Smaller Very Fasti i 1 I
i i for the man whose stock is fed upon
SELFRAISj j i New York, 1l.-AdJltional re- For ChildrenThe | By HOWARD FIELDING ; N 1 t ,.
the feed and grain supplied by us. It 4 +.
;turns swell Roosevelt's already enorI *
i ? 0
ING BUCKWHEAT j mous popular plurality. The indications goes without saying that your cattlehorses ,
:2 Copyr.ght,1901. ,by Charles W. Hooke
are that it will exceed 2000000. I .: .'_ s
1 1-2, 3 and 6 Ib. packagesAlso !, Pennsylvania alone gave him 485,000! Best Made. Every Pair Guaranteed. We have I I! (++++-.H: $: t : e.: .: .: :...:'. :' and poultry will be in prime ,r .r

i,plurality, about equaling the entire vote I II (Continued from yesterda/.) condition if their daily food comes from

!iQuart i i i given Parker by the South. i iI them in Black, Patent Tan and Patent with Tan Top. I. our house. You don't stint yourself

I The Congressional Situation I co I CHAPTER III.
bottles '
I on Thanksgiving equally generousto
Washington, Nov. 11.-The republi-' C M'.uULE RESEST3 A* IMPUTATION. n I f
Pure Maple Syrup'I the dumb folk under your care. P
can majority in the House of RepreIsMitatives oPY o.r

I will probably reach a hun- ,'W J J. CHAMBERS SHOE corIPANY, ,OME one put a key In-
Brick and Cheese
Limberger :dred or more. The indications today!I II to the lock of the B. L. HALL PROPRIETOR.

i 1 are that there will be 244 republicans! front door, and the

AT !{!|in Congress, against 142 democrats.! THE ONE PRICE HOUSE taInt sound of it was
distinctly audible in
j'The republicans gained seats in the

House in the following states: California I ________ ____ __ __ u_ _u that room. The growling -
TEAPOT GROCERYPUREMILK 1 c3 voice of a policeman !
3; Delaware, 1; Illinois, 7; Indiana,
in the hall said:
A FAT JOB FOR PARKER olT..rt'oJ JU'lpv I'.uker th* positnm ofleading
---- --- ,2 l: Iowa, Massachusetts; 1; Michigan "Hold on! You can't' go"-
I rouuM-1 for their curiior.iuuns.His :
Minnesota, Nebraska Nevada, each 1; And seemingly in the same instant a
Will Have as Much Money as His salary if he aciept.sill lie $;u''1'-
Missouri 4: New Jersey, 2; New York, 1 young man appeared upon the threshold We full and
Roosevelt, and More Fun 'i''"> a yf-ar. carry a complete line of
of the lIe
.6: Ohio 3, and Pennsylvania 3. I room. took two steps .
II III New York, Nov. 11.-It is reported i forward and then halted, the others HARDWARE OF
I The fact thatMissouri ALL
Washington. Nov. 11- KINDS
Pure Milk and Cream I that August Helmont and the other Seeds of all kinds. fresh rind reliable, facing him.

are the greatestof i has gone republican may moneyed men owning thp New York for fall and inter plaiting: at Ty- ;, lie was one of those men whose tremendous Stoves. Heaters and-Ranges.,! Every Kind of
among |!<-ause the president to reconsider his j vital energy declares itself
subway and other great interests have Jings and Co.
table delicacies. They i!|refusal to visit the fair. A delegation : | unmistakably.,; As he stood there, perfectly WIRE FENCING

!i of fair officials started for Washington still, the power within him seemed -
both PURE and i I -
are RICH ----- -- ,
I Mast! night to again extend the invitai I to affect the air. It was as when one PHOSPHATE

WHOLESOME if suppliedby i tion, and it is believed that Roosevelt i{ I feels the tension of an engine that is
: at rest, but ready. When such a man
I i; will lend a more favorable ear. PLANTATION FOR RENT FOR 1905 1 TURPENTINE LIES
I advances, neither the ordinary obsta-
Election in Colorado
des nor even his own will can stop
and MILL
Denver Colo., Nov. 11.-The situation I i
GEO. H. TYLER, Prop.W.W.Catman&Co.. I in Colorado is still in a tangled I The property belong': g to the estate of Abtam Martin, rituated "Brenda!" he said In a singularly restrained -

j'condition: but there is now reason to In the eastern portion of Sugar llimrnock, comprising: a plantation of voice, very ill suited to his
I words. "Why in the name of heaven Sash Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of i all Kinds.THiS .
believe that Adams (dem.) has been i about 500 acres under fence, (a r. w wire fence), about C30::;; acre: of "
I I are you here?
I elected governor by 7000. Roosevelt i which are In. fine statof cultivation, is for rent next "
II I :year. "If I know, she answered, "it was 1 1S IS THE TOOL

You will find a well selected stock of I j earned the state by about 20000. These lands are regarded as of the very best quality, and are well because I wanted to help her, because

Douglas' Great Victory I couldn't have her die like this. I"-
groceries adopted for the cultivation of all the crops produced in thn section. "
atCARMAN "Where is she? -FOR-;
& GO'S. Roston, Nov. 11.-William L. Douglas -
"They have taken her to a hospltal-
on North Main St., north of city market the democratic nominee for governor Apply to Winifred's.." Nay

and the famous shoe of Fall and
man Spring Crops
The young man snatched up his hat
DAVID S. WOODROW Agent Ocala Fla.
Brockton, has plurality the ,
a over republican which had fallen to the floor.
candidate of 35,710. The rest "Walt a minute!" exclaimed Neale.
---- ---- -- -- -- --- -- -
of the republican ticket was elected. "You're \lden-Cl:1.renee M. Alden?"
CHICKENS AND EGGS I I "Yes." We will leased

Remember the place and rest assured Another Democratic GovernorSt. I NOTICE TO THEFRANK'S PUBLIC I "Well. I want to talk to you. Wait! to at all
Paul. Minn., Nov. Roosevelt's If you go down there, you can't get in see you
we will treat you right.
majority Minnesota will exceed 100- nor find out anything; that's orders.You'll times.
I,'Jill). yet John A. Johnson, the demo-I I get more information here."
"Is she ?' demanded Alden.
{cratic candidate for governor, has been living
elected by a plurality of 12,000. I' PRESSING CLUB "Yes," replied the captain. "If she MARION: HARDMKRE: : CO.
BULL dies, I shall know of it within five min

i Babcock's Close Shave Phone 179 utes, and that's quicker than you could ABSORBERS: OF HUBBARD & MAcDUFF. _

Contractor and I Milwaukee Wis., Nov. 11.-LaFo- learn of it anywhere else. Let me man-

Builder l A, FRANK, Proprietor. :M.V.. :MtD.\vn, :Manager.Has age this. I'll take good care of you.
Congressman I'll see that you get every word of

Quick and Careful Estimates Made I I National Republican Congressional I moved into the rooms above the IIelvenstonlitchI'as] Co., news. Meanwhile let's get down to NEW FALL AND WINTERMILLINERY

and is now ready to do your cleaning and pressing on short notice. business. You sent that note to her?"
Box 64, Ocala Fla Committee, was re-elected by a close "I did."

shave. Two years ago he had a plurality JOIN THE CLUB "With $300 in it?"

of 8000. His plurality on Tuesday "Yes."

OCALA was less than 300.Cockrell $t.OO A MONTHYou "When?"

"At ten minutes after 2 I sent it by

WAGON WORKSThe Amid the Ruins I II can send 12 pieces. \Ve also deliver your work the same day John Robinson, a clerk in my office."

| St. Louis Mo., Nov. 11.-RepubliVnns that we get it, if so desired. "Where Is he now?"

only device that does the work '; ; claim both houses of the legislature "I don't know," answered Alden "1

right. The best Horseshoer in Ocala. : : which means that United States Ladies, Heavy Wool Skirts Our Specialty.FRANK'S didn't wait for him to come back.

The most complete Wagon, Buggy and !j I Senator Francis M. Cockrell will not Now, answer my question. Who did I
: PRESSING CLUB this thing?"
Carriage building, repairing and paint succeed himself. Democrats claim a '
( Neale spread his bands abroad witha I have one of
ing in Central Florida. All kinds of I majority of three on joint ballot. GIVE US A TRIAL. I' grotesque gesture intended to disclaim .e!
Blacksmithing done. I Folk is Elected I the possession.: of the informa the handsomest t .

-- -- -- -- tion.
W. F. McATEER I St. Louis Nov. 11.-Missouri returns I
s I I i "We're all at sea." he said. "Some and most '

;Proprietor. governor I ,, I I body got into this room and stabbed k
ALL THIS WEEK the girl with this knife." uptodatelines .
the indications are that'Roosevelt has !i
I He suddenly lifted a newspaper that
H. R. HUNTERand tarried the state by about 4000. A la'I''I had lain on the table and disclose! of Milli-

I ter dispatch from Kansas City the weapon beneath It. The lou: nery of all
j that incomplete returns from 90 out ...... 'AT blade was open and visibly stainoi i

--,!.-!..-!- ,!. TTN0.0:1: . ."- i or 116 counties in Missouri, tabulated. I with blood. Brenda's hand had bee: kinds ever

i give the following: Roosevelt, 39,968: i I within six Inches of it, and at tL rr
OCALA FURNITURE CO. : sight she started back with such alaru isaa i brought to
Parker 25.434; Folk, (dem.), 46,818; I .
LOCKSMITHRepairing j that Dr. Blair stretched out his tr

t Iwalbridge. (rep.), 21687. I to support her. She did not fall, however -.+ i-1 r */'-" Ocala.Call

a Specialty.V. Comprising Kensington Battenburg Honiton Braid and but stood rigid, staring at Aldoii
1: FAVORED BY BOTH PARTIES I The color rushed to his face. lIe pu J and see it. ,
i >
B. POTTS i I 'Fine Duchess Work on Curtains, Lambrequins, Banners, i up his hand and pushed: back the tangle ,
I Republicans and democrats alike I I of I light: brown hair that was 1 lyiu; % : ::
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING praise Foley Honey and Tar for "Table Spreads, Drapes, Picture Etchings, etc., etc., most of I moist upon his forehead. -4 i t
: "
said Neale, with his
coughs, colds, and all throat and lung "liecoguize

Carpentering and I diseases, as no other remedy can compare I I which has been displayed at the Paris Expssition. mirthless grin A.
"It is mine," replied Alden in the Minnie
General Repairing : !
| with it. It is safe and sure. E. I

I:,T. Slater 171 Main street Gloucester. j|. A competent representative and expert will illustrate same repressed and steady tone that ,
Satisfaction Guaranteed he had used throughout this scene. '
i Mass, writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar : Ec4;: J I OCALA, FLORIDA.
"I It to her.
Address free the method of doing this fine work on the pave
cured me of a very bad cough which I i "When:?"
had for three months, though other "A few days aso." said Alden. "1don't
Sewing Machine. It will be a treat well worth
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remedies failed to benefit I I exactly renumber.
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'VHI'I'E'S highly recommend it for coughs and j jolds. "Queer present," rejoined the cap-
seeing. AH free. Don't miss it : : : WI SMITH Iffl
,' Sold by the Postoffice Drug- tain, "for a girl." TI

VermifugeTHE store. I "She was cutting some pictures out I
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A NEW BATTLESHIP ,I C0 -o -c -o -o -o -o -o -o -o -o -o -o -o -o -o -oI happened to have the knife in my IN
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G'Ji-UliJEED : pocket. She Used it, and I didn't takeit

Quincy. Mass. ,10.-Christened J i i The OckLlawalia Inn back.

WORM hy a daughter of the state whose name !i, Oi j (Fora:" Ply i'e\\"eese House) O c I II :' The captain slowly nodded his head, GENERAL HARDWARE.DEALERS

I i as one who has reached the end of a .
aE. she is to bear the magnificent battleship i{I 0 OKLAWAHA AYKNVi: - OC.L.FV nID.\ 0
topic and is preparing; for the next
New Jersey launched today
was Conveniently LscatcJ!-Professional Cook-Rooms Large Q ,, "And now," said he, "how long have
; from the yard of the Fore River Ship "
known this young lady? A HAPPY
I o'o I and Ary-Splendid: Service I
and Engine Company.The toward Bren 'a.
1 He waved his hand who islookir.g
in store for every woman
TONIC. New Jt'rst"when: completed, I ? RATES. 51.00 PER DAY "I Lave known Miss Maclane a longtime ,
CHILDREN'S FAVORITE for a thoroughly up-to-date
will be one of the most powerful battleships I 0 Special rates to families \ :shing to take th>-ir rr.f-als out dur0 ." said Alden. "1Vhy do you ask?" '
IMITATIONS. efficient and absolutely satisfactory
THE GENUINE ItUlUC or PREPARED ONLY BY in the world. She is one of: I ing the summer. Ii I Ii "Miss :Mac-lane:: eh?" said the captain '
We have it right herein h
Liniment Co. i o 0 elevating the strange: tufts of range.
Ballard-Snow the rive ships authorized by Congressin
TO- 0- 00- 0- 0-. 0- G- 0- 00- 0- O- O- 0- O- aI' parti colored hair that were his eye- our store. ready for your Ins ec- i
T', LOUie MO 1SOO. and belongs to the Virginia
____ _____ ______ brows. "I understood that her name tion.: It is the latest In the market i
gold by the An'- Ionot'oly Drugstor. '
Her sister
lass. the
ship Rhode Island I Williams." and combines the newest and finf i '
II was
i was launched at the Fore River I "I bad'Jne an absurdly foolish! est improvements in saving of fuel and j

,L.ALEXANDERPractical yards last May. This class are all constructed A Ea BURNETT thin:?." sail Brenda. a Jrsiulden,; : readiness Also a carload in cooking.of heaters anJ stoves t ,

with double turrets. The New "I was afraid my name would be published i
of all kinds, from r1.5;'i up. 61
Jersey: is the lost: ship with double tur- and so I tried to deceive these --- ---- ------
CARPENTER AND BUILDER rets the government intends to build. THE JEWELER people."
"Big mistake: ," rejoined Captain ?
has: its disadvantages
The double turret -
Careful estimates made on all contract Neale. shaking; his Lead solemnly.:
Gives and better work for according to naval experts. The \\
work. more "This whole story will have to come o PrkGR.

the money than any other in town. NewJersey's length on loadwater lineis FINE WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER out. and if the facts are known to tLe 444 KW

__ u 435 feet, breadth. 76 feet and full police at the start it will come out ,
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load draft. 26 fett. Her displacementwill fctrant; ; otherwise there no telling tt 1, THE AUTUMN SHOOTING SEASON

I. A. Colyer Bros be 15,000 tons. i JEWELRY what: the reporters will do with it." } t? i h. i
k L Will soon open .and it will pay all
"There is no reason wLlt: -nr : } !
The New Jersey will have a speed r
Merchant Tailors Aides, "why Miss la<-laDe should be t sportsmen to look over our stock of
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t least 19 knots. She will be propelledat : :
2NDOPTIC7L brought: iuo this: a :ar." < t 1.r4: rifles shotguns, ammunition and eport
Have in stock one of the finest assortments this high speed by twin screws driven -
i "There isn't eh? said the captain.: --;., ins outfits. We carry the best goods
of suitings for holiday suits by two furclinJ engines of 19.- ,
here? for a
is she Sympathy
GOODS "Wty { at reasonable prices, and all supplies
ever presented to the Ocala public "fO indicated horse power.In woman tat sLe says she sever saw? f
\ purchased at our store can be depended -
Style and fit guaranteed. Cieaiiing the matter of electrical appliancesthe No; I ;guess we'll have to Lave something : .
,: s ed upon as being thoroughly reliable.
dyeing and repairing neatly done. Fall N'ewJersey will be superior to any ; better." ,..

and winter suitings to your liking other battleship ever constructed for REPAIRING A SPECIALTY "If you don't" get it," said Alden T. W. SMITH & CO.

Best suits for the money in town. In this government. "what then? 4ti;

spection solicited. No. 3, North Main I I Merchants Block. 11 __"I'll! Lave. _to hold her_as a witness." c YRic"r Hardware De:>.IerL

SL. two doors north of Ocala House J Ocala Pressing Club. Phone 16:. 1 OCALA FLORIDA (Continued on fourth page.) .



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