The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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v. ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
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Ocala Morchats Offer I AT THE WORLD'S FAIR

I f Miss Owens Writes-an Interesting Description J BAN OCALA

The LARGEST STOCKS, I! of St.the Louis Attractions at

j The architecture of the Luildings is

COMPETITIVE PRICES, i) magnificent Everyone teems on a

1! race here, so we began by limbi.g: a

QUICK SHIPMENTS.Give ; high hill in he German section to see CArITAL $50 ( OO.OIReCTCR5 .

i i DJS Deut!c;'e Han Here we found

and entered Mr-. Roerer's Cafe,

I Ii j which is run in grand style, as sae i:

Your Trade to Them 1 the famous acher of cooking schools.

And Your Banking AccountTO We strolled through the terrace of : :

1 states enjoying the beautiful flower

t gardens on each side. R'i hour Flor- R. S. Hall, R. L. Anderson, Edward Hiller, J. K. Christian,
ida people! could all see the grand

UNROE G Festival Hall, where amusements George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford.

CIIAMBLIS abound. Oh! it i is extremely grand

|I with a cascade in front, also innumerable -
President: Cashier. :
fountains and a small

BANKERSOCALA river with gondolas! floating on it
FLORIDA filled with delighted humanity. No

one e"n conceive the grandeur di--
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played in the numerous buildings

READY FOR HIM without seeing: them; "seeing is

believing," oo come and see. We \

The proprietor of a larg- office building went through t :e Education and So- .

who had a loom for his own use I cia! Economy budding, whih proved -

in one of the upper stories was surprised !, \"frinterf'Otn" Next came the l If/it/flll 'f'7 / /

one morning by the entrance of .I Palace of Liberal Arts. The Pike attracted ". I .... ( TAfYlPfkE II & 'l //, ,

with valise, the Yuuth's us then to"f hoot the chutes," ,. Z
a man a says
anuFACtp lit
'ompanion. which is really fear inspiring i;all survive -: 'f(; 2 OO. I ;7' r .

"Don't you want something, sir," began thougn, and after regaining our f \ '1/ C7b N IB .1t '
/ SY
the caller "in the way of a newand breath come out smiling. with eyes
brightened with excitement Our ; W1iZ .
improved outfit for marking handkerchiefs MC1

undergarments and-" destination then is to beautiful Constantinople : ) ;'!: L.., ..
and next through -
"Xo. I don't; Interrupted the pro

prietor. How did you get up here Wedon't Persia. On the Pike we sawa .

allow peddlers or canvassers in man ascend a perfectly upright lad-

this buildine." der 100:; feet high, who dived down to i

"You don't?" earth in a tank of water not much ,; : '

"That's what I said." larger than himself. Being Baptists,

again visited the Baptist car, whichis ]?
"I saw no sign to that effect.

"\Vell, you'll see one the next time at liberty to travel onany railway ( ) ) -:: ---
free of charge, and is] now in the := -
you com: I shall have one put up." I ; :::::::::::::::
Transportation Building receivingvisitors
"In that case," rejoined the man, I

opening his valise with alacrity, "you and contributions for missionary U f.TAMPA'S CIGAR OUTPUT n i \
I work. All around are beautiful -
will need one of these.

Here he displayed a neatly painted', quotations from the Bible. The 6)--i 1 fIJ COMPARED WITH THAT \1111\ \, j
I following are a few short ones that I
card over a foot long and nearly as I _
wide, with this inscription, in large I,I rememberJesUs. only." "He I \\ \\\f\ 7' OF ANY CITY Ivy ANY, 011I)1) I I T
faileth not." "I will trust and not N I IVS

letters: I be afraid". "God is our refuge and' ll L- OTHER STATE JN THE:, i i I
"Xo I'eddlers or Canvassers Allowed p I WIT/II
of God is eternal IIi! /
I strength."The gift (
in the Building on Any: Pretext What- I fUNION 1
ever." life." "I am the way, the :truth and : / ._ pro R Wflfii I I i l

the light." In this building are cars, Il1UltJl//
In recognition of his caller's cleverness 12 I
genial hunvr and businesslike engines, boats, air ships, baloons, \ \ I I I I I

forethought, the owner of the building !I statues of horses of evenfjkiml, railways \ l7I/ I ff/( / i i //i/

not only (bought the card but investedin j carriages, buggies, wagons, : J .1 j i ijf IIli11 111 h
automobiles and ] k, .
bicycles! tricycles, ;
one of the marking outfits. I i\ all up to date. We were unable to } idf@ \. \ I i f.k /. J Ii VH / IF I ITgt
LAND FOR SALE I|I pass wished"the to know Battle who Ahhefor and"what made we : J t. i ( I f I I I I (

I our great men and we wondered why'!' II
The following properties are splendid IlJlIlIIiIii 1 1q
there is not a place forgetting the .," :i, I 'J'
bargains and will not be the ; ;' :,1'I '" -
long on '
be known. Next \ rl ,

market at the prices. Owner lives in !I could great not women resist going to Brazil to see we : JJ I \ \ ,J r@'d F'r -I I', --.If I 11IiHiI'ir / t IIJ]'

Miami and wishes to concentrate his I i and enjoy the delicious coffee.! Its; q / '/ ,,/ H

; nothing like that they tell in Florida, : ; '
i : f (
interests there. Write at once to C. C. : (01// "
I j the beans are twice as ;arge and the J' f( I
Carroll, Miami, Fla. I .Jfr/, V' I
/ '
aroma so much more fragrant.:: We ; i a 1-

Xo. I.-Lot Xo. i 53:, Smith and Dougherty's 'I ended the daI" I by visiting the Pike:I / ,_ r. / :; ((0// I rJ i' r

addition to Ocala, corner of to in a magic whirl-wind to /'
go up j l/ I :} I J
Washington and Franklin streets; S Paradise. J. A. OWF.\:". .i I t4U3R

blocks northeast of court house. Size .- _- j iI i ; 01/1/ Ilf) 1// / I

of lot, 100x183: feet. Price ;400. COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE : ,

Xo. ..-Ten acres. The sw'.4 of these I -- .(Y --

>4 of the ECU of sec 5, tp 15, s, r 221 i Foley & Co., Chicago, originated I Ir -- -;.--

o, situated about one mile northwest of I r Honey and Tar as a throat and lung ,;
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court house. Price, $100. : remedy, and on account of the great --
Xo. Thirty-two acres. Beginning merit and popularity of Foley's Honey i GOING TO A FIRE IN CHINA ,...- --'
at the se cor of ne'. of se'l of sec 33, and Tar many imitations are offeredfor I

tp 14, s, r 22 e, and run.iing thence w the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey I From the Chicago X WS.I .

20.03 chs, thence n 17.11; chs, thence e and Tar and refuse any substitute I
:' "I was in Peking," said an American WE NEED HARD CASH !
7:40: chs, thence s .24 chs, thence e 32'2chs offered as no other preparation will i!
:'tourist, ""Jlt'n a lire broke out a few i
thence s :3.16'i chs. thence e 6.32',2: give the same satisfaction. It is mildly : .
doors below the: house in which I was
i-hf, thence s 13.17 chs to point of beginning laxative. It contains no opiates and is ,
lodging, and at the first I rush-
; about miles northwest of safest for children and delicate per- ; And in order to turn quickly some of our
I ied out and into the burning structure I
Ocala. Price, $400. s, ns. Sold:: by the Postoffice Drug- ,
I ti> seehat could be : Xo. 4"A houseof seven rooms, six store.A .FURNITURE.
"mice rested, and later on I discovered .
lots 40x100 feet each; lots 6, i, 8, 23 +
the fhinese way of lighting a fire.
::H. :23: of block Xo. 121. situated in Silver POSER FOR DR. RAINSFORD i i I FURNISHINGS
r ".\ iliceinan first required an affidavit r'i and HOUSE
Springs Park. The lumber in this i it
i of the head of the household) tll''
house is worth far more than is asked Rev. Dr. ILiinsforJ the New York into that useful commodity will,
the effect that he did not delibeiatelyset : ,
for the property. Price. $100.A preacher, was arguing \;ilh a youth of I
: the blaze, and for this purpose took
his parish about the evils of young men From October 21 to November 21
I him before an official half a milaway. J
GOOD GAME smoking cigarettes. "WhatltuIJ you t
1\ second was stationed to see that not of in the house discount of
sell at a 10
think said he. "if you met an angel any piece goods r
gone I furniture until thepapers
"Yes. that's so." admitted the coming along with a cigarette in his any per cent. This is no Japanese dream nor Russian joke; .
coun-I i i had been made out.
try cousin who was the guest ( mouth?" "Well, doctor. what would price the goods you have priced before, and see for
: "After a lapse of forty minutes the i I
city relative, according to Putk. "It you think if you saw an angel with an''
I firemen arrived. They lm>ked at the yourself.
i< kind o' tough out in the country at umbrella and a pair of latent leathers : .
j burning house and decided it \\.Is .n i
t imp!,. We work pretty hard. we don't I ?"
: fire. After much argument it was< further j i
h.I\'''' much excitement and about the I PITTIVIAN & SON
agreed that it would" a oast"< of j i J. A
the only dissipation we indulge: in is MILK ON TIMEI .
I water to try to put out the ti.mi"s Two j jmemlers. I ,
going to the tillage once in a while and have added another milk wagonto
who erected a ladder! and ,,
thinking $"oJ-\II.. :swapping hor'ec.j the route and by November T; will be ': THE FURNITURE MEN.
> ,
climbed part way up. '\"f.r.Iuly I" i

or watching an occasional funeral prote.sion. able to make prompt and regular deliveries -: proved for too much zeal and after th"I i .., .." ",,- -riF":; o,___ ... --' "' -=" _=01"--_ '"'' .....- _
or Tncle Tom's Cabin' paradego : i to all my customers. : I II
of the had
name age and habits owner
by. But. tell you what, we have a I George B. Tyler, I
: been taken the fire department retiredin
few simple pleasures, as I s'pose you'd Milk Dealer, Ocala, Fla. I.

..11 Vm. that I doll believe you city i good: order.
i ",\:< the flames were unhindered the I
t'"lks know much about. Ever play the 'i MOIVER & MACKAYOcala
DR R. D, FULLER house burned to the ground and when I
u.inie of apple, for instance? Xo. I presume i '
the owner returned he was beaten by
not.t'll., you go: to call on apietty DR. L. F. BLALOCK Assistant ,
his neighbors for endangering their I:
girl in the evening and you take i
property. I was h"l ld in durance vii j Florida
.+ little ,'t'.} apple out of your pocket :111.11 DENTAL SURGEONSOffices
I f.r two hours and then fined 41' cents"A j ,
toss it up in the air. If it comes down I
Over Munroe & Chambliss'Bank
\"II pet to kiss the girl: ; if it stays up I
>"ii don't." i and
: OCALA, FLORIDAJ. Phosphate Mining Washing Machinery
i r Dr. Geonre Ewiiisr. a practicing fh- j ,

CONSTIPATIONHealth : .o.un of Smith's Grove. Ky.. f"r o\r.

if E. CHACE, thirty :parnit s his person.ex:..::i- i Wagons Buggies Phaetons Surreys Carriages
is absolutely impossible i
: Cur "For
constipation be present. Many serious nce with Poley's KUney : I
t .ises of liver and kidney complaint DENTAL SURGEONOffice years I had been greatly bother"! '1'.:th ];

;:: have sprung from nesrleoted constipation. upstairs Commercial Bank kidney and bladder trouble and .;::::.rg--I!, HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS .
:: uch a ti-aploiablt? condition isunnecessary. :
There is a cure for it. : Building.! Ocala. Florida. ed prostate gland. I used everything i c

Il.'rbine will speedily remedy matters. : TERMS CASH known to the profession without r.Iief.:! !

('. A. Lindsay. p1.., Bronson, Fla.. until I commenced the u!'e of F'-,!las

writes. Feb. I:!. 1902: "IlavSns tried Kidney: Cure. After taking three bottles .Building Materials Every Kind and Description
Ht-rbine. I find it a fine medicine for C. W. JOHNSTONPHYSICIAN curl.l ,
I was entirely relieve ani : |:
i onstipation." 5'V. bottle. Sold by theAntiMonopoly I I r
Drugstore. AND SURGEON I prescribe it now daily in rr.y fractice I i,
and heartily recorsmenJ its use to all j 1

Xunnally's Candy is still the stand- Office Over Teapot Grocery physicians for such troubles. I have

ard. Better than all others because Hours: S to 10 a. m.. and 3 to 4 p. m. prescribed it in hundreds of cases with

fresher, and then only 60c. a pour lAt I Night calls answered from the Montezuma perfect success" Soli by the Pos'.cf- Phosphate Plants Installed CompletePAGE

the Postoffice Drugstore I I Hotel. i: fice Drugstore.

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THE RIFLEMEN'S MINSTRELA i :'''" -=- -- --- ""' ._-,,",. .c -" _..........-r" ,

!J BANKING BUSINESS ? O Good Performance Heartily Applauded : S

O O by a Crowded HouseXtwitt.standing t CRRY Y HETIE COlTS. LUDIE fiND MEN

,1, have more or less of it. Possibly -
I I : the damp, bad -- .....-c= ."- = ..", r;, =--= .. -=-, .
O it is with us. Such being the case 0 r
J a g'i-d audience gr-d'd thf

O I you know something of our service. I ; Ocaia r.ue Minstrel Troui'it the : SPECIALSMLE

But if not a patron, wouldn't it be well 0 opera house last night, CD

0 for you to become one ? i ; Ocala is as loyal as ever: to her f,,xor- MONDAY AND TUESDAY CO

ite sons. the disciples of Mars, defenders -
of our hearthstone: ;; and reserve :ire t.
0 t-3 .r=.
I AND TALK IT OVER WITH Us. I of law and order.

O o The curtain rose at S::N" di'do'mg :;r 00 Manufacturers' samples of Eaton Jackets for Ladies. joss '

0 I The Commercial Bank, Ocala, Fia. 0 i iYOU ;I Ibers Captain of the Nash company and about, besides a dozen some mem-oth- ,: ; iiii Silk and Italian Cloth Lining. Regular price $5 to $J2 ==

0- o- 0- 0- 0- o- o- 0- o- 0- o- o- o- o- o- 0- o- o- er fine looking men, seated at a sumptuous t::=' Our Price-$2.50
banquet, the principal part of
1 =
which was evidently already inside of
'-# COCO:
[OCALA OCCURRENCES THE CHURCHES TOMORROW th"m. George McKean: roosted in solitary _
but not gloomy, splendor upon =d

Flank Lxtle of Stanton was in the Methodist the interlocutor's throne while from an = Napkins, Towels and Tray Cloths at very moderate prices

9:30 school. immense hat at his feet dangled the
("try today a. m.-unda 200 of Table Cloth in 2 2 J-2 and 3 all
yd length
11 a. m Preaching by the pastor. form of Usher Norwood, evidently the === ,

ThfGainf's'iIJe football team returned 3:3u p m.-Kpworth League. mascot for the evening. Linen, regular price 75c per yd. We sell at 50c. Towels pa
home tod.iy.vell pleased with
-- j 7 p. m.-Preaching by the pastor.Lord's Me < .
from 5cto 75c.
th manner of their treatment by theO ;
.. supper at the morning ser- j I iFutch. Forney Lancaster, Anthony Fin- =
ala .
/ vice. The public is cordially invited. "!"zM. Pratt Morris and Edwin Pittman, ec -+
joke the minstrels sprung on the : their natural good looks disguised by'I a
Grace Episcopal at R H E: I N AWE: R S
editor of the Star last night seems to heavy coats of black whitewash, and CD

have pleased the audience greatly. If 'J 30 a_ m_-Sunday school and chil- :bearing tin waiters In lieu of tamboI I CO:
it afforded the audience any amusement dren's ser\ice. 'Tines and cymbals, then pranced upon ,'
we assure the minstrel perpetrator 11 a. m-Morning prayer, litany and : the scene, and proceeded to disentangle -

of it that we are only the happierfor sermon. I i ii themselves from a large stock of'i OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS

it. We are willing at any and all p, m.-Mission service at Orange :jokes that had been accumulating In j
time to be the instrument of their Lake. their systems for the past few weeks. ;| ksI 'Tl.I --.-- .

dix -rsiu hand mirth. Class for Bible study, Friday, at rector I Victor Martmot, whose bass voice I
)', at S p. m. i; and musical talents are not excelledi I I
Miss Little White, daughter of Fer- ,

ryman Whit" at Moss Bluff, came uj Baptist i i I in this section delighted aesthetic ears la Barnes, whose slender fingers rippled -

this afternoon 'I: with his superb rendition of "The King 1 music off the keys like the dropsof EDWARDS BROTHERSAT
3.4 a. m_-Sunday school. !: of Flowers" Forney Lancaster agitated I
a !spring shower pattering on anixory
R L. Martin, who has been spendinga 11
a. m.-Morning worship. I i iSermon I I
the nsibles of all with the coon i
fda's at Weir Park on business I roof.
by the "A Persevering
pastor, sung, "Hannah."on't You
Open batdoor" Tex :Martin's fine voice heard in
turned this afternoon. THE
and so well did he sing and ret
the chorus, and there were others whodeserve
clarence Conner of the lumber millat Anthem, "0 Not My Own, These Verdant i'! that his friends seriouslythink of callfog I
notice we time to gixe.
Alligator Lake, came up this afternoon HilI!<"Goetze. i iI
I j i him 'Hannah" for the remainder
He said the A. C. L. road would 6I:; p. m.-B. Y. P. U. i Hof: his life.

: put in a switch for them, to which they; Subject: "The Need if Divine Help." !I i It's hard to tell how so slender a CALLED OFF w Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchers

would build a tram. Leader, Miss Mattie Williams. j i
young man as Arthur Masters carries
We regret wry much to inform the
R..\'. Farris of Candlt-r passel through j p.'ningor'hip.. I|I iso! much good voice, for there i is certainly public that the proposed entertainment

o.. .Ii h today for Johnson, here he will Song sen-ice. I not room enough for it inside
j for Tuesday night in Yonge's hall is
li '.,c"h Sunday morning and at night Anthem, "Jubilate DMO"-Stuart.Sermon. him unless he coils it up like a witch- i ,'alleil off, owing to a letter received I WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
.. "Puntj and Pleasure and I
h xx ill preach at Haxithorno. then lie unwound .
pniur. it to good [turlnsE' j from Mi" Frazer today. stating it was !
p'otf! ''d to St. Augustine where he will Power: : Ps. 53.; in his baritone solo i
j superb "I impossible for- her to come at this time. CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
u..mi the Presbyterian synod north, Solo bj Mr. Arthur Masters. j j.1t | \\'ouH if I Could: hut I Cant." !showing I Daughters of the Confedeiacy.

xv mi'h convenes in that city Tuesday: all s-er\icep seats free and a cordial plenty r.f ability and culture.! FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109 '

welcome to all. Strangers : .,.
Ihnl. II S Chubb of the Gainesville espe- Anthony Fin/el the July young John SAMUEL DAVID GRAY --- -- --- ----- ---- --- --- -- -- --- ----

!;tI"t"rt ..p. went up today from his! dally united to worship with Ul ''Hull. brought down the house with a

hniiii' at Winter Park where he went Christian ii i i song, "Gal "'antf.l," Mr. 1'mzel i5' a Another Chapter in the Book of This

to rot. for Roosevelt and Fairbanks. 9.30:: a. in.-Sundaj- school.! iJ j natural born
11 a. m.-Worship and preaching by..of the best
\!=toti Drown of Dunnellon was at i
Juksonxille.! Fla. XV1.l"nit .] .
Montezuma ;jesterday. pastor. Subject: "The Christian!' I 1-. r. Harnes tenor solo. "Just Because -

Building: I I You \\'(Ol'ean Old" Sweetheart nf I I Mates Marshal' H ThIuntpzuma had thirty-thic-e ar- i .I Ii
3 p. m.-Junior Endeavor me.ting. 1Iint'" t'JU'h..1 tender spots In the i telfgiam from Tampa !'t.ttingthat.
rnia!: x'teiday.J | Florida Rust Proof Oats
';:31'' p. m.-Senior Endeavor meetIing. I( hearts of his hearei Tioldie" has a I thl'l'Eis: a man there sewing a sentence ,

.\. Miller of Jacksonville is a guest I i tine x.uice and his training has been '! fur vagrancy that is! believed to b*

ot t th.. :\luntt>zutl1a. 7.30 p. m.-Pleaching. Subject: j i good. I Samuel L), Gray, who is wanted by the 321bs to the Bushel.

\\". I' Buchanan of Charleston is at "Not Saved by Any One Thing Alone. Pratt Morris musically announced 1 i j ftJ.ral! authorities for alleged fraudulent

th. M'.nti'zuma.I. but All Tog- thpr.". In this sermon wt-l I that he was "On the \Vatr Wago-i use of the mail. Raised by H. H. Whitworthand

I I.: I I' Terry of Floral City is among will day the foundation for a number of1 i Now." and he could hardly get fliT s'(. I Grayis the man: who swindled a
Harvested in
\. -ti.ix's: arrivals at the Montezuma. sermonsetting: forth the cardinal doctrine i times did the audience recall him. !j I number of Savanna hmerchants by April.For .

I 1'1 i and Mrs :eabron of London are of the Christian church as taught The buck and wing dance by Regi-j! l.timing to be: X.tthan Mayo of Sum- sale at

.:t i hi' i H ala I Iou e. bj Christ and his disciples in the nal.1 Patch iecallt-d the verse in the I lnt"rtit'I.I, Fla. Photographs and dens -
: ,:,'1 il ', of gray have been forxv.ud-
hunh tlllla -. All who want to know Imitation song
\\ .It.1! Bridges of Jacksonville is a
more about the Christian chuich should : "'Try dot tick again dar Moses! : c] to T.u.Va.John .
L'M.t of the Ocala House.II
Tell what \\'. Dodge, an attorney of Ja,.ksonxille -
: hear the: first discoui I : you -d it' : hard to beat!
II King of Baltimore and F. HP '
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening How can such a little! nigger has received fn>m a law firma
..MX of St. Louis are among je!'tpr-
at 7:30.: All are in\ited i i iMr Handle such a pile of feet." of Chicago a it-quest to locate and Are Still Hustling.and .
il\I't's .tnixals at the Ocala Hou e.
He was' called and recalled until his !j send an accurate .11'"t'J'iptioll: of one
M"W.! H. Chaille of Ml.unl, for- !'. W. P Graham i" visiting friends : !'hothpt'unt> so full of perspiration I I|fI Samuel: D. Gray bt-hext-d be locatedin supplxlnj builders with the very ty Q

11 il\n!' this city, arrived this after- at Micanopy. ;i that he came very near having swim : Florid. The (ommunhation says test seasoned lumber for every pur-

t "..,11 i to spend a few days u= the guest i to his peat. I that Gray i!' heir to a large: fortune, 4
II iose. While the demands of our cus- 1M f i4
Lom Dish, foreman of the Fanner.
> :Mi l I'. n n rarrollll 1 The fresh young voice of Usher Xor- and the law finn wishes to be sure of
is at Crystal liver for business! and omers are great w(. have disappoint-
<'\ P D. Moore of Vmley Springs wood warbled "X.uaho" in a manner :j the identitx of the legatee. From In-
recreation. !d no one and are glad to state that our lyjF j S
X t' timed Tuesday, and will spends :that deserve.l the applause!' it meixed : fmmatic.n furnished bj them it is, a i s 5t.

t'.r.1I weeks with his son. Hf'I.... WM Messrs.! FeUer Lang and hit two'* Charles Taj lor. the only Chirlie. exuding I ceitainty that the Gray they wi1'h"to fforts to meet the desire for a grader f s

".>! .'. Mr. Moore is almost! an octo- sons. Louis and Guy. with Lee Miller, good: nature as the sun =heds'I'cht. !i locate: is the same Gray that \\oiked > lumber of the best quality have been Q '

nf and cu. leturned last night Saxann.ih business
cf>! T: nn.I Standby Sang 11)d..line" in a way thitwould men. appreciated far beyond our expecta-

.\ Jordan of Tampa manager fort from their hunt over Dexter way. They have flattered that lady into the i i Adxiies ie< eixed toda from San 'ins.i

.. ibl\>- Piano Company WaS in town brought in a fine deer and quail in seventh heixen of proud satisfactionhad ; JUan. Porto Rico. are to the effect that

t<''!i.Iy. abundant The: Partyltaal a !Successful she been in hE'aring'hen it i' tray did not T'loceed to l'TalWeon the

and jolly time which anyone will climes to furnishing amusement Char-I i steamer whit h he embaiked on after C.I.GRACHJ.
'!I r. HI E. Hanis of the Banner leaves CLPy i= the guest of Father Lang lie i is triplets, and all three of him were i i ii giving bond when; arrested in that city
t".Iht for th' World's Fait. -
i I IWill i ------ --- --- -- --- ---- -- -
present. || He left the steamer at iUadiIOU'P, !
P K'lxvanl" and P. T. ?i=trunkaie
H. r Jones and wife are on the in-
Edwin I'lttman. whoso= make-up (-"rt'lIl.h'p't Indies, and it is po=si1 -
c. :;i",:itinn list today, but .-Mrs Poi*. mourning the: death of the remaining |i 1 Ale R. MARTIN & CO.
jiedigreed hound recently would have fooled the sultan of Tim- that heha!" made his way from .
.. : puppy
ii j j,1.: ,vtt.inil nurse, will bring them !
bu '' Gui'l.Uoupe to Tamia. D'veluptnentsial
recfixed from IVnnsjlvaniaB too. sang Te.i.smg"ith an expression -
"i"I.i all rightS : > .
i 1 that in> lnii-d the nndieme: to sro to "xp&i te 1 tomoiroxs
!h..MI'' Xugt-nt has di!"i.used of hi. \\". Mcltonald. manager of the Me-i 1 I
tt'a'inghim to k-ep on !'iningalt the
to' .'_' crop un the trees at An.idia. I 1 lumber an'i wood yard now occupies -veiling. (I I THE PRICE OF PEACE GENERAL LIVERYMENFine

the house xa ited W. II Lip1ioniho i
by --
t: I F, Thomas was fined $41 this ,, The Imperial Quartette-who!
n ,,'j: :I'':sr in the mayors court for being j ]I,: on Fort King an>nueo. next to steal ability measures up a barrel-ette th& Japanese minist"I' su.: tod).ix-: I

d'\i' k ind disorderly.M i the armoiy3I rather thin .1 qu.irttte-Arthur Mas-i' "Alter the; fall of A'lhui, 'Jaja-i; !: Carriages, Buggies and Traps
I I II Drummers Carryalls Saddle Horses etc.FINE
: :. Morrison of near ll'?a Bluff wa I *i's Jim I Hudgen of M Johns and *ers. Fred, O.i!
i ,1t1.. 'day to consult Pf Walter j jII. !' William M:'hon oi Felioxxsh'p were in oldie DtinifS. elevated the audience'' :,*-W': :' on tau higher Itsi" th'ul t'l-'j! i

i !. ,, j the city t..Jar. from the ridiculous to the sublime by i;I Ku- 1 !'Ii'ill-1 '-\' I I, VEHIClES FAST mm

,, !i: '. XI'Y"rk .1 !"..n;: e i--f!'!<,'.J to th>- sw sn-hke limit Jsp.eta .h" a:r.wii.g tll ;a ::imiJII' .... I
M I' v .ii '. xxt'iu to RodditK thin M; D. ottensosser of ari.d -

e:: -.t Mrs. E P. Thugaid.., this .ittt.nooii inn will be the t.y their -'.!..n Ii.1Ji.....!'. ,., Ultl"tl.I I Horses and Macs! fcr Sale. Horses

',. .11:1' ";:no ill TiH-t of Mr. an.! MiIVx-,:"r for a Edwn Pitman .'iid Forney L.UHISt1 '
Boarded the Month Rate.
I by at Special
i ;_ ;. \\ \\ Jackson of Electra xxe-k_ Mi Ilttt"U'O!'>,>!-. a decade ago, g"'Ia fn jolly! minutes \\ nn I 1 111'. J. M.X..;'Iy! htsor--J".n-I!
\','ti.IfVi'-'e cene fresh from CX>nto\\n.
!', t ) with Mi',,- J.ukson. who.xxas ;a t I11thjp' merchant in the store Iw' acid !"eldir! hop in the ! fO-1' J. R. MARTIN & CO.
was a buck dressed so loud tint
I': ,', ...-1 t.. Tllahasst to bo a wit noxx ftupic dhy the: Boston Store andi 1"!Jr u-t.j bx Dr. Ld ir as an -rfi,
you oud! see" the, razor which wisn't -1!
I1'r_ s. o>uit "Igainst: e\-nd- na. :','h'iit at Sj' P.tik in its h!'yx just xv1 of th- Ti-ipot g'o..erx. MrMi ,
"i his po'kN, and '" "Iize." -- --- -- -- ---- -
Forney. a a
:-, .-:-.ah..t" tliv Month .-lio X,'xx!"_ for ,, ':.- tit 1'l'o IIt''ity. ', 'X>alx- has been in Ol'ah fort .<-j

,. ." .:.j- Ili".'i.'y un.h'r false j'etenses. <; R Mi-b'tx of W'tfr.. one of the dusky bt-Ilf. his manly bosom !'tuffiv ; gist three n.o>uh=. coming here f!''-r I IJiiknn II I
: ,nh sofa' pillow and thunderous I
li ..' the .':: :U'! h rigs oiorhmsirsr his black: marble : I
;. .'1 lu'tjO. ,: n. i'l tt'' \ .tv tl' lay.! ,! i'ei' ="d with the Brick City that h- Atlantic Coast Line
b:"tt. t.'ltd her part to perfection.
,, tiiu-e= to mike it his hoT.e" Ills! !'..n//
Ahtho'iy Finzel. in rainbow raim-nt '
H..nQ'_ i!< *-vpe that would hive put Joseph3 coat out a
to juin him in his work. ar'1 as s,.,,:i
if husin"ss. entertained the crowd with as they van fund =Uitablr I WORLD'S' FAIR RATES
Just Received T ;;:..\...- i'! juicy jokes : a '-! i -n.the
r-!'t of the family will 1 j.-in tho>m.
The rning ended with a political i

"'I'.'.' h from Pratt Morri as a nisrzeri I Mr.; D and C. Morantj they have is hal helping all the Mr work MLNealy 'i First class excursion rates to St. Louis

The finest line of LADIES' SUITS ever shown in Florida. They are made in I !'-,,' her talking to a before day club I
they ouldmend to.
STYLES of the fin est materials. We want to call and and Return
the very LATEST you Tr-' :actors were reinforced at this point : ] :

look at them. This is our first seas,*, in this lire and xve offer the suits at re !ly Drew Mathews transformed into a'; C. II Dame, who has returned from i

djced prices to get them introduced.. Prices ranging from$7.o n:.>;=: t>ew itohii.srly plump gins>reake .T.'.'&*onx'ille. was astonished at the $45.55 final return limit, Dec 15

.:.imsf 1. and Avis Jett-whom no knowl- ; growth; and prosperity of that city, h-

".i Isof Latin wa required
'TO $20.00They b:r.1-as a punkm-oomplected dancer:: of : -orrelate Jacksor.x.He one must tak11-

s*rat ailit .. The applause came very : .: look at it row and then. i $30.55 final return limit, 15 days

!l--1 r brinsrirsr down what little plaster i 1 Rex W. J Carpenter Gaiie!!\ie I

are worth more. :s !-ft nn the sides and ceihnrr of the null op--n a revival meeting in his :, Special ten day coach excursions at very

ht'1. church and to
tomorrow proposes carry -

The ovules were most efficiently ac-i I i\ it on for two o:. three ve-ks H" j ji I I low rates

orf.:.ri->,l on the piano by Lon Fishel! i i will bo assisted by Ex'_"iffht Tho J ,

THE BOSTON STORE \\: >;*" skill is too well I known to need !i j Norx.rthy.. w'", :: hen dome st .n I Through sleepers from Jacksonvill e to St. Louis via Montgomery and

; r.isThe accompaniments to fnoj: I IH t"xt'dlt"nt: : wO' -: _x- hua and Manci I.: Louisville!; and Nashville R. R. and "D isie Fh- r" route.

: the pieces were played by Mis c Lei- 1 ountit-: For farther inrorcutJoa see F. J. H Lber, Agent, Ocala. i
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'' and the first season that house sold and see the power of her material interests -
J2W.WJ; wirth of goods and the sec- neglected is a question we have"
i ond year its sales footed up 12. JiJOOJI). never ben able to fathom. A united

L. BITTINGER & CO. I| A few years ago Kansas City was and co-operative effort on tt.eart ofevery

I no grain market. Last year nearly individual in Ocala, big and little -
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll !! S.OOu.OO'j bushels were handled. ;. wool! bring about this result so i I

A peculiarity of Kansas City is i that vital to {;<-ala's progress.: ,
Proprietors and PublishersC. 1!
you scarcely ever se a sign "for rent"
W. D. Cam and C. H. Shaw Owners.We .
Ion a buildinsr. so great; i is the demand.Of THE FOOTBALL GAME ,
realty values six miles from the I

Editor and General Manager. I
sold for !::;/'Ofl.'hil{ a 25-foot lot rich food. The best care is given the stock, and everything kept clean and fre sh. Give us your order for sweet milk!'
R. R. CARROLL, Struggle
on a business street a mile from the and v.e will guarantee satisfaction. Sh oud! you not see us, drop us a postal card or phone us at No. 163, and your
City Editor and Business Manager heart of the city sold for $.:;,000. We enjoyed th r distinction yesterdayof
orders will have prompt attention.
Kansas City i ie: looking ahead. It havini played:! in our city the first

I feels its growth and knows its expansion football game everen here. The
I has no limitation, so a public :::'amttOfk place on the balf! diamondat ,

: spirited citizen donated a large tract the" Ocala Driving Park grouads.f
Ever since our return we have promised f' C. H. SHAW
> of land for a city park twenty miles The crowd Was not as large as it should Manager.EL .
ourselves the pleasure of noting
from the court house and now boulevards -have been yet over l>)<> persons went
a flying trip from the World's Fair at '!
'out the,
to see contest between the
are reaching out for it. and double -
Sit. Louis to Kansas City, Mo., and the .
track trolley lines will be there by Ocala team, recently irranized. and theprofessional TROPICO .
wonderful Changes which have taken .,
next season." team of the East Flnril.tseminary :
place in that city sine 1S76; and 1s5:, 1 j j, CIGAR FACTORY
The Royal Stock Show opened the day at Gainesville. Xobudy: uh"
two visits we made on these dates. In
wet.rf' there and we took it in. It has ever read of or seen a football z.smeexpected
1S76 only two trunk lin" railroads entered [ :::
; : Ocala to win. nor were tbydisappointed ; GiM-im.;
the city one from 'hicago, the i'.. exhibits[i : for Gaints'ilIt'arrie..]
It. & Q., and the other from St. Louis, :i i! from a dozen or m',/"" states, from the, honors by 67; to',. Individually th.- L-LT' ;

J the present Missouri Pacific. The city : :\1lehusHts: to Texas and up the Ocala team is strong but what the A' :i MILO DEYOHighest '
then claimed a population of less than i I (
]: boys lacked i* practice and experieive.ind .
''ip"along to the Rritish!: : ;
511,( Ol!. F-ven years later it had barely | possessious. Grade 5c. Cigar ,; ir x a + _
with these will make recordThat
We saw two four-year-old! bulls, a
gotten its second start, after recoveringfrom : 1
Angus and Shorthorn, that weighed will be highly creditable: to the -4-- y at k .tr
the of 1* 73. Then
panic > an up I
2.1': and 2330: pounds respertively, aiiJ voung men who compose the team. As and
and dour hill town with fear if
'a Shorthorn ,steep, as white as the we know nothing of the /game:: we h..vuo -
: now a city of 316.uuis GRAND ROYAL
j driven snow, that tip|>ed the slates at comments to make except to sF
inhabitants, with all the appliance of !;
i I 330V pound?. We I"ilth<:: Aneus bull, our boys were up against a hnrd proposition HAVANA CIGARS
light and traffic that modern science ; ::
and it the like
j known Good faced to end he-
as Bur: ; that took the
can supply. Its hills In Five Sizes'
steep are graded, f 1v
!"Clts."her Frank was captain anlmaintained ?
I prize" at every exhibit but one. His
its car liiies extended and side
on every
I owner was Mr. Wolf! a young man and the position most creditably -
are evidences of its
phenomenal strides being in the thickest of the melee
I stock and : : '
grower son of the president : CHAS. PEYSER, ProprietorOcala.
and at the rate it is increasing its pop 7
of the Commercial Hank. We met and encouraged his men with a \'alnl"an,1
uation-a.09() last year-within an-
I Florida.
enthusiasm that the
inspired respect -
him going to the fair and had an interesting .
other generation it will
outstrip St.
and admiration of the lookers-on.
I chat with him. He was a Missouri ,
Louis, because it has
the country and
enthusiast The: Ine-up was as follows: I I'P.uker
I and said that no stock
trade back of it. It is now the second
except thoroughbreds paid to bother Ocala Gainesville i jF'inzel
city in the Union as a stock market ( I
[z I with. While viewing: the, exhibits in center Spat kmall ,
I next to Chicago, and the five weeks t Jt'\ right end 1nre'Tucker THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO."ED'S
j the ring we met the man, who, more
previous tit our visit, she I led the right tackle Roblt's' .
i than thirty introduced -
years ago the I
"Windy (ity." The transportation facilities I .
Frank back 7.ewalski
firM thoroughbred Shorthorn into Mis-
are excellent i) miles of cable : ('arli'e left half back '
: : Taylor
souri. and -
purchased the same from
_ and :21": ) miles of trolley system, Hewett. n. left end i PLACE"I "jJ llJwd by the stealing
Culbert Whitakt"r''
the roadbeds of which are of cement, I{ Son & Co., an old and well hours of time"-SHAK.
Hewett n. full back WdleoxtZimpson
"tfwk-yarol firm in Chicago. NowMissouri's I
with ties laid in a solid bpd of it: the
left tackle
I j : fine cattle are shoving the Jones'
joints of the rails fu?f'.]. so that the I OId Stand
i :MN!'ouri mule mightily. and in a fewmore right guard Wil 'n'halker I
rail is continuous and the I MarylandClub
one. motion : left guard WareWhet I :
years it will IJt.I.ef., and not ears
of the car is without a j.,It. I
and hoofs, fur commercial superiority. more right half! back Beit ice I WEST SIDE SQUARE .

Kansas city prides herself on her |i In this exhibit of the finest cattle the Sanford Jewett was badly bruised on I

sixty ward schools with 1'Ki.OOO pupils, i!j world has his right shoulder: in one of the mixups. -
ever seen, were hog, sheep'
ample play grounds and the flag of our I I and about 4rll< but in a few seconds was on his
Pt-rthforon: horses.
nation floating over every one of them, I 1 Rebuilt and Furnished
I Armour & Co's. "tally-ho" stood ready again smiling as serenely; as a I Newly
to say nothing of her magnificent high Roman gladiator.:
to take you to their immense

school building I slaughter houses: and feed you free. Among the crowd who had in years Fine Wines of All Kinds for Family Use. High' Grade Whiskies, Brandies Pure Rye tastes
The I'-cturer on the !'eein? car I been devotees:
To witness: the acres of agricultural past of the game were I etc.Beer ,

which makes three trips each day: from :!I (tn f.I..meat houses in Kansas City is to Rev. "'. ('. Lindsay who, when a Yale I Ale and Soda for Family Trade. The Purest Liquors Obtainable Are old because it is

Ninth and Main streets, lasting two1 i! feel that the wheat fields student, was known as a famous ('..n- Kept by Us. Skilled Bar Tenders. Courteous Treatment Assured to All.
like the "
hours, tells you during the interestingride i and pastures tr.m..! had Mood the shock and fall old. P It is a

all about the great and growing i I plains, are just beyond, and WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
these two elements are destined to of many ]hard fought battle. He re- I
tuwn of Kansas t'ity. You will learn make Kansas maiked! that the Ocala team had goodmaterial AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS \vhiskey"which
city the most iKipulousicity I
that the town was incorporated inisr.1 !!
only needed practice to
west of Chicago before half of time broughtto
; : that a Ilebiew merchant
\\hoj play!
i the a good game. Pl"off'ssor"ork-
was in business there in those days, is twentieth century has .ass.d.11'e man also knew something of the game. ; GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOTA ripeness." It
made a trip of 2<><> miles through ,
still in trade; that the Santa Fe trail an'l '. i iCil" iI
enjoyed the fray, while ( .l. O. T.
I' Iowa, and there saw its tremendous Carefully Selected Stock of Groceries: With Free Delivery. Special Attention
(John W. Pearson our phosphate' and : an.1Ir. Clarence Camp lookedon i "written down
oil stretch of coin and cattle, and that I Given to All Orders.

promoter, has driven over it many i time told the story of general prosperity with old-time memories to arouse '! We do the Largest Mail Order Business in the State. All Orders Filled on Re- old with all the
a time) is now in the heart of the city their interest and enthusiasm. Major I'
and Roosevelt !sentiment whichsaid turn Train.Separate.
:and among its most attractive streets. I T. c'. Hall was there, too just to see ,
that these prosperous days wereso characters of
London avenue: that the I" S. i
goovi'rn-I what the Gainesville boys would do to'

tnent post a modest brick building.was enticing they did not want a change. ours, and r'. I'. Yates. of the I White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. an age"mellowness
1 and the election returns have proved it.
then five miles out of town but is
Indiana Town PlacesOUR
'[ cantaloupe fat m looked on and Up
I no matter whether the reasoning of' I
4 now encompassed with the homes of II remarked that it was his initiatory ripeness
I these thrifty sons of agriculture was I ,
palatial residences, the homes of millionaires I game and judging) from the way in
wrong or not.
who came to Kansas City which the boys knocked and trampledthe LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER S ARE BOUGHT IN CARLOAD LOTS flavor.

without a dollar in their pockets: ; ; the breath out of each other he would I DIRECT, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST ..
most recent to that list is aIr. Norton I A COMMERCIAL IMPROVEMENT take his exercise in making a are so-

who, lifti-eii years ago, was an loupe crop.Quite eant.l-1 i "VVe Always PleaseThe called "Club" Whis-

impecunious editor, and i is now the The Teapot' Grocery has reorganizedits a number of ladies were present I i keys that are not

proprietor of the famous Kansas city I business departments, so that each who seemed to enjoy the si-ort. I! Carmichael & Son Co., Maryland Club. You

Star and Telegraph, and whose stable [ can do its appropriate work expeditiously
would put to blush the handsomest min"-s was in to see how his son. who i is :,! Ocala Florida. ..
and to the satisfaction of its
home in Vala. ant the ballroom in a strong member of the Gainesville
customers.Mr. j -- -- --- --- --

the second story would make the Tam- team would conduct himself.:! Young .

pa Bay H utel turn green with envy. I Abe Brown has charge of thee Wilcox is! the full back: in his organization !I

And with the growth of the city timely (I hole al... department amt now occupies and the way he leaped into tht'i j

investments have given him a palacefor I I the new office in the north side of air and came down with crushing eff>-t'ton PIT; R I 7N ARE GUARAN=

a home anti yet we are told thereis I I the building. Associated with him i is the: mi\ed-up teams for possession j

no chance nowadays for the poor S. Russell. bookkeeper: : Harry Iz- of the ball was a caution. !
boys. 11'\ city !salesman and W. J. Ii mon, Those who regulated the game; were |j Ij I In.

with Son freight trains and the only I I I road. George Fuchs. Gainesville, referee; IMax I

thing that makes the railroad able to The retail department] will be under Xewberger and Hamp Chambers, i CHANGE COLORStemberger

handle them is the belt road. built I I the immediate supervision of Mr. Jake time keepers; Guy Zewadski and MrSouden. I

years ago. but none tar soon to serve i I ero\\n. the toss groceryman of this line men. I

the growing needs of the city. Itspresent I section if not in the state of Florida Captain Lynch, one of the professorsin I .......,,_ I'

dejH is crowded to suffocation. ably assisted by Mr. 0"1.. Gale. the last Florida i"minaa. ;: a ,

or was when we were tht'rtand of this department U Mr. deeply interested spectator, and n.t.i :

a new onis i being plaivie'l. which, I Itraswell. recently: from Jacksonville. th. points Hr th o ramp with the di.eminent .,- S Phillips

within the next five years will make I The salesmen in this; department are .. f-f a professional. !;

the great union depot at St. Louis look I!! J. :[. dates. W. 1-:. Wood. .\. I.. Proctor. Mr. Laughingwell. manager, of the

like a sentry box. I I J..1. Pooser and H. L. Martin. Those Ocala telephone sy.-tem. was also a -

As an indt-x of its commercial im- : who see to the delivery of goods from deeply interested spectator. In days. i

imrtaiice and growth we need but saythat i: the depots to the warehouse are Amos past' he was a student at Stetson University t one of the finest carloads of mules
I'r in O -la. The mules! arrived <
seen '
i Myers and \\ Marshall..
the rommen-ial Dank of Kansas and a member of that team andhad ,,

city has a deposit of it6 tat.otto. only Charley Baker has chare of the experience on the field to the extent this morning .Hid may be seed at the

exceeded in the Wet by the Boolm.tns i wholesale warehouse located on the of having the breath knocked, out i;I !'arn.!'. ,

Hank if St. Louis, with its deposit of j _\. C. L. trat: -k. near the founlry. assisted of him for three hours. I' I II I .: (. First Class Meals

$'::;I.l l O.IOO. by Frank Gates, who employs two The Ocala boys were delighted with I, TYROLEAN QUEEN j. .

Kansas t'ityites never fail to remind 1 draymen and two roustabouts: with the gentlemanly conduct of the Gainesville '

you that the democratic convention met fine dray animals. This constitutesthe teamind the splendid game they .' The, "Tyrolean Queen:' Hill CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

in that city in !!,'III. which gave t.> Wil- : moving fortes in the delivery of ;.:tye.1. Th 0'11.l! buys will play a be tt thopra house on the

1 Ii. .rnines ):ryan his ;:...-..nd nom- i gootls: return s-nr<- uth; th- 'j.n:.As\iKe: team fvenjne.f Th.inkssivinsr Day. The s=oitipt -

.' its > ; It will thus 1..- seen from this hurried >< Oysters iu All Styles.
ii: : -T peop- had guaranteed: s-.n.f time in r --r.b-r. They will e j ? will b* ?u; jortel by a chore< of

It- '. ..:; second i,> none in the glance that the Teapot is one of to T..m"l; Thi.kc-ki; : l.-y and play fortyvol.s.. embracing the highest

!1. -. .' '.. h.ili Ocala's commercial institutions anl '..., .
: was built but nine- the te.irn f th.t : ,
.1: l of th and dciijrhtful
:ItA-:' t. -u cite a : -
s.; .- ...;. to the mrrtir.g of th> has done; muli to advertise Ocala asa I Dining Room until midnight. Personal
:: rv-:..I.? i i. iifurl.! open
t. :"', .: fire burned it to thee point that is re idy. willing and abe! FIRST ATTRACTION FOR attention to orders
given special anythingthe
'u- :i.: \\" :hin time its people to take care' of the' edible' : end of our THE ELKS' LYCEUM COURSE ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR SALE CHEAPA
i market offers prepared for the table on
>'. .. :. rst be rebuilt and it:1$. material exigence: and give the: tow n
broad: yew up-to-date American- short notice.
s=i : .' : t;.."'*!* eople. Since then it a pr-stige and namthat h..': inluoel
Eilly: 'Arlington: on M..n-Ity evnir.g.November :zel: E cyclopedia: Britannica '.:.r sale: !
h., : .". n improved upon and now it is many a dollar from the outside to flow
14. .it :!> Elks Hall. Season cheap at this office. >
ei jipp "l with per.i 'hair and seats into the tills! of our m; r.'hams which

i-omfon.ibly: .*"* people and is the would not have come here but for the tikts a!: ::..w b- had at the post-c; Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar
The most delicately! perfume: v'.olet
home of the stupendous organ. which persistent and up-to-date advertising jffi.-e dru.c-;::.,r... Pl-ise: cal! ar.-1 get |
I! toilet soap in the city at 25c. a cake.
millions of people have ]kicked upon i of Jake Brown and the square method the tkkets a< etr'y! .ts: possbe.! i| Palmer makes it ar.3 Gong sells it at Skilled Cooks, Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands

and heard its er.ind: notes in Festival on which the'growth and prosperity the Pestoffice Drugstore. I Special Price to Regular Boarders

Hall, at the World's Fair but Kansas 1! of his business is foun.3e-l. All that A CAR OF MULESMr.

City only loaned it. j I OcaU needs to make it a wholesale WANTED-To arrange with responsible :

As an intimation of how its trade is 1 market and distributing poit of importance RicharH 1l refjrr.e-1: last trucker to raise onions on shares THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt

I from Berrnu la .=et=. Immediate: correspondence i
growing two years ago Kansas City I is freight competition vii, the night from a business trip ;o Jacksonvile -

saw no rea"on'h)" it should not havea Silver Spring? and Oklawaha riverI and Atlanta. While in AtlantaMr. .| solicited. Crenshaw Bros.,

wholesale! millinery house. It sot 1t.1 I route, as3 why our reopl can sit io AA & Hall bought for J. R. Martin & Co.. Tampa Fa. ,McGrath's StandPAGE





Volume JO, No. J29 OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER J2, J904. $5 a Year in Advance.




Maloney Shoes : O.K.

Men Will Try to Cross the Atlantic Bertha Reuther, Who Killed Her

SELFRAISING in a NinetyFootMotor Children to Save Them From

Boat Starvation, Set Free Grocery

BUCKWHEATJ Jersey City, X. J., Nov. 12.-An air Philadelphia.! Nov. 1:.-Mrs. Bertha

J-2, 3 and 6 Ib. packagesAlso !of unusual activity pervades the' work :k For Children I Reuther the Kensington woman who

:yards of Lewis Nixon's concern, the I murdered her two small Children because -

Standard Motor Construction Com- she feared they would starve, and
pany of this city not only because the I who was sentenced to eighteen monthsin

Quart bottles firm is supposed to be making a number I The Best Made. Every Pair Guaranteed. We have Moyamensing prison by Judge Carr. \

Pure of torpedo boats for Russia but because 'I left the prison yesterday afternoon a
Maple Syrup
the finishing touches are being Them in Black, Patent Tan and Patent with Tan Top.. free woman. At the gate she was met LITTLE

Brick and Limberger Cheese added to the gasolene motor boat which I by her husband. Harry Reuther who

!Mr. Nixon intends sending across the took his wife to a comfortable! home at

AT ocean early next month. It will be the I!i Xo. :2su3 North Swanson street.It .

first thing of the kind ever attempted | was poverty: that drove Mrs. Reu-

TEAPOT GROCERY and for this reason daily crowds visit i j I ther to the terrible deed her husband GIRLUnder

the yards trying to get a glimpse of the I': W J, CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY having been out of work several"

boat. The boat is a ninety-foot affair j months, but recently fortune has bestowed -

and its owner is now cruising on the a few smiles on the family and

PUREJIILK Mediterranean. It will be started on II+ THE ONE PRICE HOUSE they are in better circumstances than fifteen years of age

the southern route across the Atlantic for a Ions time. The husband has had visiting to our store with

Pure Milk and Creamare manned ba. crew of eight men including steady work all summer, and the grown
I her mother within the nest
pilots, chauffeurs and the head son. Rudolph has also had a steady"

among the greatestof operator Phillip Adams who showedto I I job.At fifteen days, will be given a

table delicacies. Theyare such advantage with his racing automobile DISADVANTAGE OF DISSENSION IN EARLIER DAYS the time of the murder the Reu-

on the Empire track recently. thers were penniless and the constablehad chance at aBEAUTIFUL

both RICH, PURE and I Wliliam Waldorf Astor, before he setout When the bathroom was not Invitingby been knocking at the door. Dur-

WHOLESOME if suppliedby WHERE THERE'S SO MUCH for his English home said according reason of Its closed-In, unsanitary ing the term of imprisonment the DOLL

( to an exchange, apropos of the Rus- marble washstand, a cozy corner of the thought has haunted Mrs. Reuther thatpossibly

Smoke, There Possibly May be Some so-Japanese war: sleeping apartment was usually set she would come out again into
I aside for making the toilet, and Which can be seen at our
THE HERMITAGE DAIRY Fire Nations engaged in war not only was the world and find her home swept

GEO. B. TYLER. 1'rop.W.W.Catman&Co.. London. Nov. 12.-On all sides in this .I harm each other, but they lay themselves I looked upon as indispensable to the away and her family scattered. But the store. : : : :

I city one hears that Port Arthur has open to harm at the hands of all well appointed room. This order of long, dark road had a turn. .
j things prevailed until the introductionof ;
fallen. These reports have poured into sorts of other nations. "I am so afraid the neighbors will

I the city from private sources and I "In fact. two nations' at war are in look down on me. and have nothing to

'through press agencies and the detailsare .j! the defenseless and gullible position of tatdal'd11Poreclain do with me." said the imprisoned woman I 8K BROS.

You will find a well selected stock of being anxiously sought for but during -,a certain English married couple. to her son. ProDS.

groceries at "This couple will fall out and cease "You needn't about ,
the morning were not to be had. Enameled One Piece Lavatories worry that answered -
CARMAN & CO'S., No official confirmation has been re- to speak to one another for a year or the son. "Xo one has any bit- Phone 74.

on North Main St., north of city mar- iei\ed. liarun Hayas-hi. Japanese minister I more at a time. They have a beautiful which are so dainty and attractivethat ter feelings; thtall look upon you I
ket. states' that he has received no country house, and there is a certain the charm of the dressing corner with pity." I BAKERYRUGS

Specialties message to this effect. elderly matron, a great bore, who visits vanishes in favor of a bathroom equip- This assertion brightened the wo -
ped with a "Standard" lavatory, with ,
them continually. man. The Reuthers still have two small
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, pure running water, hot or cold, as de-
JAPAN DOESN'T LIKE IT ''Someone asked this matron whichof sired. children a boy and a girl. The mother CURTAINS
the pair was always! inviting her. I has not seen either of them since she ,
Remember the place and rest assur- ( She answered frankly:
The Permission Given the Baltic Fleetto II
ed we will treat you rightW. Coal in Neutral Ports :I I 'Neither invites! me ever, but since convic-tion PORTIERES

W. CARMAN & CO. I'iimingham.! Kngland, Nov. 12.: -The j they don't speak to each other, each I husband and her son. ,

Post says it un-ter'.taruN that the permission !I! always thinks I am the other's guest.. The rules of the prison are that a No stock like ours in Ocala nor values -

given the Kaltic! fleet to coal atj i I i iI i iI iI II convict can be visited: only once each to compare. It affords us pleasureto

W.C. BULL neutral l i-orts<< is lonsidered as a seiiousj f i! CREAMERY BUTTER L9 $ ; j fIf ii ij i three months by each of the family. display them to you, and when var..
i j I iety. quality and price is considered,
breach by: the Jajianese government j I They can write a letter only once eachtwo
we know judgment will
Contractor and j The Carmichael and Son Co. keep months.! Shortly after she had apprQ'eyour
The Japanese government has, says i I choice from our assortment. Time
B ilderlsakOuick the Post already communicated in the !iI iI I constantly on hand, receiving a fresh I I been committed. Mrs Reuther was and space will not permit us to go into

I strongest possible terms with the gov- I!! supply every two days, delicious, pure, I t. hv worried because her husband had details. Inspection will be your best

and Careful Estimates Made I f-rnment.s interested and trouble i i I II Georgia creamery butter, :5 cents per : neither written to her nor visited heron monitor. Don't forget we are speakingfor
-* I seems i I; t t. \ McIVER & MacKAY.
pound, kept on Ice. Phone No. 37. ,
time. She fretted terribly and was
Box 64, Ocala Fla likely to follow.Ii'Velopntents. i! .,
are being looked for !! unable to sleep.

eagerly; i WORLD'S FAIR RATES Finally the prison agent was sent to
V. B. POTTSCONTRACTING I h"r and she requested him to look up I H. R. HUNTERand
i I Via L. & N. R. R.
her husband :and fin flout the cau!:e

AND BUILDING TOO MUCH VODKA i Excursion rates now on sale daily "Standard" lavatories: are made inso The agent came back and the husband I GUN.....,... ..

I from Jacksonville to St. Louis and re many artistic and original: designs, was with him. I I.
London, XO1:?.-.\ telegram. leifived -
and in without the
Carpentering one piece unsightlypl.ister
turn. He told his wife that he had secured
frum St. IVter'-burfT states that I I
General Repairing $40.63: -Tickets limited December 15.: Paris joints necessary: to marble work and thirifff; looked brighter and LOCKSMITHRepairing
tienpral (;ril'penl.erghol' was recently I
wash-stand that matter howmuih
J33.90-Tickets limited sixty days. : no \\c would have a nice home for her
appoint' command } of the second I a Specialty.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
how little wish to
J2T.30::; -Tickets limited fifteen days. or :you expendon when she came out. From that time . army, has died suddenly your bathroom a "Standard" lava-
AddressBOX Corresponding low rates from other I II ) Mrs Reuther" improved both physicallyand
i of apoplexy. i tory can be selected' which will please
69" OCALA, FLA I I points. The L. & N. is the best line to I you better than one of any other kind. mentally. When she was' first taI I OCALA

i St. Louis. Every fixture hears the manufactur- Ken to :'tloyamn'ing she was in a pitiable -
e's "green and g"ld" guarantee label. ) WAGON WORKSThe
Stop-over privileges allowed at the condition.
I I i You take no risk.
1 world's famous Mammoth Cave in either -
Cream VermifugeTHE i I re'tored' by using le\Vitfs Little Early direction without extra charge. Whether* or have you become contemplate dissatisfied! buildinganew with FAVORED BY BOTH PARTIES I In"IulJlkans only device that does the work

His"r!'." so writes f:. P. Moore, of Na- For rates schedules and sleeping carreservations your present washstand you are wel- right. The best Horseshoer in Ocala.

I jv\.Io\'h; Tex. A certain cure for I(' apply to Geo. E. Herring. I I ome" to examine the samples oflanar.I" and democrats alike I I The most complete Wagon, Buggy and

1f GUARANTEED biliousness, constipation, etc. Small j jI i Fla. P1ii'S. .\?t., :06 "'. Ray St., Jacksonville ":Stind."d"-:: ware lavatoiifs we hive and neatly other displuyed I praise Ff'ley's Hon y and Tar for Carriage building, repairing and paint-
I roughs, colds, and all throat and lung ing in Central Florida. All kinds of
I. !.ill-pa"y to take; easy To act Sold Fla.; C. L. Stone, Louisville in our showi.mms Our prices ,
WORM I bWm.. Anderson. Ky. and th,> ability of our workmen will ili!:eaces! as no other remedy can compare 91acksmithjng done.
,; m.t with your appro\'a!. with it. It is safe and sure. R.I W.
SMALL RUSSIAN SUCCESSES Our prescription department is the I II FLORIDA PLUMBING and !! T. Slater 171 Main street Gloucester,

REMEDYTHE j most up-to-dute and has the most careful j Mi!:s., write: 'Tol<-y's Honey and Tar I Proprietor.A .
1 St Pet>rsllur::. Nov. 12: .-Lieut. Gen. attention of any in the city. Ty- | cured me of a very bad cough which I ---

CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. I kh.iiuft: r-i">i'is minor Hf,-ian suc- j' dings and Co. I II I Ocala Fla. I i had for three months, though: other I PARADOX.On

.., I remedies failed to benefit I .
BCWARC OF IMITATIONS. i .Wf-s .Iuringth.* iiisrht Th Japanese! I j jit'ttr j I me. can
THI GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BYBallardSnow I, a tieht. w. dii\Hi fimr. the town i! Ii i highly recommend it for coughs andS
Liniment Co. to the Golden Gate
I..r !llrthait/.i Th- com.-j'.ling farces in I' ,i'.u.-! J..l by the I'ostoffice Drug- I

ST. LOUIe<, MO. I i "tore.' In comfort all the way,
Sold by the Ant'MonopolyGeorgia Drugstore Luge.CHAMBERLAIN'S, (i? II II I I Let anyone gainsay.


Southern i 1 Is Pleasant to Take j!I! Th 1')1't}. li>'!"iic' z t... the "1': i't Ah: am J!,irtin. situated i i I I I Barn: oil} to keep you dean,
Hiributsr. X., '. 12.: -Tw | T>K fi-:et .iU.lllt-\ or granulated' K>:nf'l !! in th- ..,.n'.: n ;i"': ti'.u; <.f ..::ar II i I':;','" k, '.ni-i's. i T r-lint.ition of I \ 1 i Unhealthy smokei
& Florida Ry.. I I : r\.v: t:. i", :'0..t.-d to have been !lost fyI
l "tirf is u-ifl 1:1 the ir.anuf.ii tare of!! about '.".> a'rr s uii'liT f'-n.". ( ,
\ I'I'I I jth- .:.kiiir of thb.iy Thalin ind the Reminds you no more,
'L'inibeil..iti's rt.usrh R'-med .1 the I!
"Suwanee River Route. } :an ;
II which ..1''> i:: 11:.(: Mt: of cultivation! is f II:' rent r.txt year. Ic'-h'| ,>:v.! X-t'tuii'- hi' h were report-'l ;i
-- -- -- -- r'.rit!" us-d in its pr-pai.itiur. give it.a i I ''N"ir cinders in your eye galore: ,
-I These lam: are regarded as of the very best quality, and are well have; s"i\" down in thX..rth !-'"-t.
Dine h.jorn1u'p t1uck step iavor! similar! to in.ii-- s>':'!J!,. making I j r'J I: Exhaust patience and pleasant: mien
-. --- I jit quite I'I..amt to take. Mr.C.. L. j adopted for the cultivation of all the crops produce in thr. section. .

Iv '. .t"ka ;-. M pm a1'am R.'der Irk of roolesulle. Md, in speaking 1 i NEURALGIA PAINS ( Remember theSOUTHIRX
1 1\ ,, ;"...: nt ; :"' !'rn ; 4a'I&I1: j Apply toDAVID I -
i f this remedy says: "I have usedtt'hami'rlain's : PACIFIC to ail
.u. \ .i-a: 111.1'1:1 Ilt.'l'ml: I ;i Rheumatism! lumbago and sciatic! ;

.t' 1 I",;.;.:,':." I:11.;::'. am III Iwipm.t lt: pm I' ,- for Cough Remedy with iiihilditM .> :' S. WOODROW, Agent, Ocala, Fla. j I'vns! yM to the pentrating influence : points in Louisiana, Texas, :Mexico -
several '
: yeirs; and t' I i
.\. t':',>r.l'U 1.L. C\. ,. r :i'am! 3t'ipm I truthfully say it is the best pep ':".it.o'iof A- '..:!:;!lU, I: :!;) pm : Ii p m th> kiil I ki.ov. of. The .'nl; ..-l! -- --- - -- --- - to th1 nerves and bone, an3 be- ;i Louisiana Texas: New Mexico and
., ,
Ar.l: ; a.
'fury m
: P like to take it. an i it his no njjriou .-._' ,..l.srlJ! into the blood: its healing' |
'L., I r. av.Ar :. .. after trf..Lt.: For sal- by all Jl'uggts.; 'Arizona! November and Decem-
n 3 III) a mj. 4 10 I' m FFRANK'S to
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC :'r'.frtis are conveyed every part I|'
he 'Po'iH a. g. !
ber. Information cheerfully .
A.t 1.U-ta .... !' P of the body and effect some wonderful i given.J.
..I 'i. &.H. i2riam.t RUSSIANS REPULSED j
_ t.ats. .. : am" 03 p nt' jI aces. :;;(., 50c., Jl. Sold Ly the: AntiMunopoly F. VAX REx IL.-\fI,
. t ".:::::bu& .. 7 iii: am.. .. I I '
\r Hrmlllsm: .. 1'I! m .. Lon-K-n. Nov. 12.-Th- lily! Tt-l*>- I Drugstore. General Agent
.tr lo'nphl" .. .. \L'P m i -.
C ,T. 1.. I .:r.1.h''s. lorrr-si'iind'"t with t"lrral PRESSING CLUB j n Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga
.\r. )tarietta .... If 1! a m P 111 P mjA I i i i AN AIRSHIP THAT FLIES
I>ku ibles un'Jer date of N'\finbr -- -
... ;.3 | -- -
t'hatanw s. 1 lit' P m 10 I m I 1
.r .h\1:!" daipm 313pmi i inh- i j Phone 17O
:: ; .t E ST. R. B. j ; :4: pIt..t. : I I New, York, XOl:.-The LfbauJyairship I Ii J. A. Colyei Bros
. 1..1" ... a: a mt "List night the Russians made sev-i
Al :'ll'''':'' ....j, :U ami". .. eril determined attacks Lamu- A. FRANK, 1'r.)prieti'r. M. \V. McL\vii: :Manager. !!i i ha made a successful mar.euj j
a s.a. upon j i I II I i Merchant Tailors
. I I IHas fvr1 at Messn.: according to a H"'al.j ,
tr 1.:1-\1;:" I1am lWpm ting and but .l I I I
Siiuhinsrpu. were repul'
moved into the above the Helvenston-Kitch-Pasteur; Co.
Ar \:3:1 :Iam ll00 %1.1 rooms dispatch from Paris. A prnroced fight I I .
Have in stock of the finest assort.I
S; t.. :. R. R. \I ;i [ with heavy I..!:**-;:. The artillery! laid and is : and short notice. one
nuw ready to cleaning: pressing on |ito ... ofa
Ar (hcao 1 lam; 4 :U p m the villas-1 m I your II I Rouen w s pdetpor.-i on fount I i I merits of suitings for holiday suits

la'on.1 ruins"I II I I II mist. j I I ever presented to the Ocala public.
.: i :ratr= from .ackconT1I1" to I JOIN THE CLUB !I j
'I '.. r;" \'a:314: : eL.nn..el \3d'Ha: WIth I THOUSANDS CURED i Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning,
: ".:.; e::..:r.: H..nh fr..m Jack:..nve i j QUICK ARRESTJ. i I
1.3 .... ,'\.r" "II 1'str Fy'r: tri1n far Maco I i $ J.OO A MONTH J iyeing and repairing neatly done. Fall
::. r..munn. In....t..p..tlnt. :: 7:31'a. J:1HIlt' PeWitf Witch Hazel Salve has A. GuI"dge of Verbena Ala., was ;!i and winter suitings to your liking.
'::.:iar. ;...pI!>r Ca:1rnw Ja'k'On. You can send 12 pieces. We n'sn: Oliver: : your work the same dJy'.h"'t
v_:. .r t.. ..: I..ul,; its atr'yr rr.e without I cured thousands of cases of Piles. "I .. : twice ij: the hospital from a severe !i 1 I Best suits for the money in town. Inspection
.. et ,;.. .f. i tie' red.
t '3 r of car" un putt F"r: IralI. a:< I'u:: we : S. ,
u.v' ::-t''i..r''D: ,4'rt' train t, l'bI'a'I : bought a box of De\VitWitch Hazrl: ,, case of piles causir.g :24! tumors. After solicited.! No. 3, North fail

\\ :-. .".'-.,:. ,'haIE'! <.soutSiN>und and other mforI .;t Salve on the revommer.dation of our'Jruasist. : Ladies, Heavy Wool Skirts Our Specialty. |:doctors: and al reneiies fai <::.. Buck- St, two doors north of Ocala House.FOLEISHONETHMR.

::. n. a.iarrs :' so writ*-",. C. H La'( roix of i! len's Arnica Salve quickly! arrete3further : : --- --- -- -

I' .:":i' f'acnper:en.Ci'l I H, KAFFTFKY.W Barre! ; 7..,v\"i.: To>\. "an.! usI i: f-v a stub- FRANK'S PRESSING CLUB, ir.Samrr.ation and: cured: hm.

.t.i V i ,; :K-'llJlI: V. .
.nr-a : a.get: .\';ent, }.11':01:.uA. I :. ::; : :. W::: .\::.:':'::;'"::. i GIVE US A TRIAL. ; .t th Aal-Mir.',; ( : L'rug=tore.: i'I Cures Colds; Preeats P moAiaEVENING'

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,jc-1IRall es BUCK'SSTOYES



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When you get a Stove or Range you want one on which you can depend. You will find it in

the above, and your Thanksgiving dinner will be a success if cooked on it. With a



can easily get your birds or deer, and you will find there is no better shooting gun on the market.








HUNTING KNIVES, HATS, COATS, AND PANTS, LEGGINGS and all that necessary for the huntsman.





PEDROA i I no harm done except a wet floor, a late I HOW THE SOUTH I Extending the Analogy. i j WORLD'S FAIR RATES

I dinner and a hole in the roof. arrived : ;1 TREATS THE NEGRO I '1 tell you," contended the boarder !j RATES TO ST. LOUIS

Hunting Party in the Big Scrub I with the bristling Lair, "the who
I )lr. H. Junes has purchased three or I man i On each Tuesday in September 1904.

)Ir. J. C. Perry, foreman of the Pedro four carloads of fine ashes' and will i, ly rate. Cat load lots are gfingout almost Last Saturday! night in Tampa Con- says we ought to live to Le a hundred .|j tickets at special low round trip rates
old is right Look at the horse.i I
Hui.tmg Club, was accompanied by a have them shipped to his place this i' daily, reminding one of the times gt'e.-man Spaikman made one of the j jbest i years |i' will be sold via the Mobile and Ohio
It takes a horse four years to get itsj
11': !i- crowd of his Summerlield and Le- ]i j week. He will also plant out one acre ; before the frt>eze. 1
I I speeches of his life and the goodIretuins growth, and it lives to Le twenty. It Railroad to St. Louis from Montgomery -
\-'ii friends, Messrs. Mayo, McWhite, of I'trawIJE'rrito"s. He already has a half E. S. Upham returned on Tuesdayfrom i ii
., from the counties of the first' takes a man twenty years to get his ery other points in the South and

din. Davis Dr. Slaughter and others 1 I acre planted and the yare looking fine. a trip of a few days to Punta ; district of Florida show that he had .I growth, and by the same ratio be I.,I East. Apply to Mr. P. S. Hay, S. E.

\\ri c in the crowd, and they killed lots Mr. Culbreath has planted straw- Gorda. i i lnn talking friends all over his district ought to live to Le a hundred. There i 1 P. A., M. & O. R. R., Montgomery, Ala.

"f game. Mr. Nathan Mayo lost his i berries.I Mr. Sim Dillard and family have : as he talked in Tampa. We extract (1!1 are lots of things we can learn from i u

u,,iand could not find it for some i I :\ Willie May has purchased a'fine moved from the old Amaskohegan i the following from his Saturday's: |! analogy." I i STOLENOne

nunHe climbed a tree to locate the I' gun. Belle. house to the McCreachy place, now speech: i "I don't know but you are right," responded '

< .nip, but everything looked alike. The I owned by Mr. G. A. Miller of St. Au- the unemotional boarder. 'Tori I amethyst ring, engraved inside
give the more employment j
I j I'e
there is
the flea. It Jumps
i "
u hi--tle to Colonelt'l't' big mill finally i j A SURE THING gustine. ( "From Austin to Lizzie 1S70.
j i than they do in the Xorth. Wehate >| thirteen hundred times its own ]length j
l Mew and Mr. Mayo sprang from the A family from Akron. Ohio, has occupied he'n : One lady's red-stone ring.
I no labor riots here as \\ they i 1| There is no reason, therefore, why a.1
i It is said that nothing is' sure' except
tutand ran toward the sound till he the Saxton house, recently vacated imported negro workers into the Xoith. man six feetJiigh should not be able i! Two lady's skirts.
j death and taxes, but that is not alto-
r.'.ti'hed, the pine woods. He was al- by Captain Haskell. Since 1\0.1 the white people of the 1! to jump-let us see-7.SOO feet, or a One lady's underskirt.

ni"!'t exhausted when he reached camp. I! gether true. Dr. King's New Discovery South have taxed themselves the colossal i' mile and a half at one leap. Yes; we! Lady's woolen underclothing.Two .
*"" i for Consumption is a sure cure for all can learn a great curious things shirt waists.A .
.I nDavis many
was put on a "stand, but MADE YOUNG AGAIN I
sum of $l:5.0ttaAtt4 for the negn -
. : lung and throat troubles. Thousands I from analogy." suitable reward will be paid at this
!" somewhat tired, fell asleep, and
j i can testify to that. Mrs. C. B. Van Me- "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills I; '"s e.lucati and we r'roloseto tontnuie i I But here the conversation drifted ta< : office for the discovery of any of the
i six-point buck ran over him, this until he is able to become a above articles.
f'ihtt'ninghim i'itre of Shepherd!"town. W. Va., says: I each night for two weeks has put me : other topics.-Youth's Companion.
he I
so ran off and left
: good citizen if it is in him.:
i"l had a severe case of Bronchitis and i in my 'teens' again," writes D. II.
his hat. )Mi-White heard the dugs' j I An Indignant Scotchman I Oyster fries, oyster stews, oysters
: for a year tried everything I heard of Turner of Dempseytown, Pa. They're |
tuning in full right toward raw and on the half shell, at Dame's.
cry him THE BEST LINIMENT A sheep farmer in the Cheviot hills I II
but got no relief. One bottle of Dr. !i j the best in the world for Stomach, Liv-
taut he had the "huik ague" so bad that of Scotland had been told that It was ]
King's New Discovery then cured !i er and Dow>l-. Purely vegetable. Only j ji I
h dropped his gun. Hut they all re- "Chamberlain's Pain Bal mis considered useful to have a barometer In the |

pin: never having a better time. i j 1 i ." It's infallible for Croup, i! ::;;c. at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. 'I the best liniment on the market," I house, for it would let him know when '

j I Whooping Cough, Grip, Pneumonia and the weather would Le good Lad. lIe :
AJ, C. p will start to grinding cane 1 j BELLEVIEWThe i write Post and Bliss' of Georgia Vt or Sour
Consumption. Try it. It's guaranteedby was accordingly persuaded to procure
Xo other liniment will
tinweek I the deer will have a rest I heal a cut orj
;i I a mercurial instrument:; with a large''
Anti-Monopoly! '
tout he wants the h.> to |: } Drugstore. : bruise so promptly. Xo other affords j
js come again
: bottles free. TJaptKt Sunday School Convention j round dial], which be hung up in his StomachNo
Regular sizes, 50c. and $1. such fjuit k relief from rheumatic I IXo
*0ill| I I pains.
II It j
I t meets here Saturday and Sunday. I lobby and duly consulted every day Ij I Ii
Protracted meetings began here last other i is; so valuable for dep seated
I Mrs. Bessie Lucius is' very ill. j without much edification. At last i
of ,
SOUTH strength
LAKE WEIR appetite
S,tin day and will last two weeks. I i i.Mi Mr. Frank Pelot went on a. deer pains like lame back and pains in the there came a spell of rainy weather. '
nervousness, headache
: '*. J. C. Perry's brother of i 1 i I ,'h(>l't. Give this liniment a trial and I while the barometer marked "set fair." constipation.
1j i ina*" and had the
pleasure helpingto bad breath
general debility, sour
\ <- visited here a days last week.j j! Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Clawson arrivedon you will never wish to be without it. The rain continued to fall heavily and
few i kill the animal.Mr., and catarrh of the stomach are
the Srd. and will again Hotel I Etill the band the dial made
: on sign
::MiElsie manage Sli by all druggists. no .
Perry will leave shortly' Joe Williams all due Kodol
has severed his to Ind1g tion. cures
of truth. last be took the instrument
I lakeside whkh insures a prosperous -- I At
I the fair St. Louis. I
: at
i,(, season for this hou=e. connection with the turpentine bu'i-I KODAK DEVELOPING from its nail and marched with Indigestion.: This new discovery represents ,

Cracker Joe. ness here and left yesterday. A cer-i i it to the bottom of the garden, where the natural juices of digestionas
Mr. and Mrs. Branson R. Coggin arerejoicing Anyone wishing kodak films developed '
tain young lady looks awful blue today. I I a burn swollen with the drainage of they in 2 healthy stomach,

MOTHERS PRAISE IT.thers over the advent of a daug-h-I The young folks gave Xic Brown asurprise can have it well and cheaply done the higher; slopes was rushing along combined with the greatest known tonic

ter in their home at Prospect which I I by applying to Mr. Sylvester.HANDSOME brown and muddy. lIe then thrust and reconstructive properties. Kodol

M" everywhere praise One Min1'ough !happy e.t'llt"curr....] on Wednesday.) party last Friday nisht. |I -- ---- the glass into the water, exclaiming, Dyspepsia Cure: des; not only cure indigestion
Mrs. Charlie Hook and daughter of
ut t. I Cure ror the sufferings it' the 2nd inst. jRtv. j "Will you believe your ain een noo. i! : and dyspepsia; ,but this famous

1. l'" relieved and the lives of the little J. S. Kedney. D. D.. and Mrs. j I Oxford are visiting friends and rdti.shE'rt' then?" remedy: cures aI: stomach troubles by

.' .... it has saved. A certain cure for Kedney arrived at their winter home, i J STOCKOF cleansing, purifying, sweetening and:
. j Mr. James Caruther visited his sister The Sovereign Wan Safe :I
;oleo! croup and whooping coUgh. A. the Pleasant Hills House, on Saturdaylast. I s-rergthenirg the mucous membranes

I I. S i. afford postmaster of Chester, Since leaving here last May the Mrs. Pt lot. Saturday.A A carpenter in a Scotch village to lining the stomach.
M t:.. says: "Our little: girl was uncon- oblige tie local undertaker, who was
, .,. vruerable doctor who is in his Sfith I j down coifin lid-
:- from strangulation during a ill. went to screw a
- : ;i.: n and terrible attack of croup. : \rar. and his wife have visited Mrs.lKe.lney's j FALL & WINTER The dead tuan's wife gave him full and
. .. save a life Dr. T. GI-:-:itt! of
. Minute Cough Cure quickly re- old home in Salem. X. J., then | ptrt\utr! instructions rc-spwtins the

',' i and cured her and I cannot spnt stAtralrks on the coast oft;! X'o.' Mehoor.iny. Pa., male a sti-t'--j::: UsU. Keel," sLe asked wLen be re1turned !

" .-, it too highly. "One Minute Maine from whence they journeyed to ', test, resulting! in a wonderful cure II' PIECE GOODS.I "hoo did, ye get on?"
I''i:::: Cure relieves coughs. makeshme
writes ". Tine. tie re-ply.! "Hut there
\ was
, : e, sy. outs out phlegm draws Montreal then: to Fargo. Dakota, then ': : patient was atta-kei with

. .: .r.:':imm.ititin -.removes every'of to Faribault. Minn.. and then to FlorJ J violent herm'rrhages. caused by ulceration was bauf a sovereign in the COT'jlwn.l.
of the 'tnn.l.-h. I hal oft-n fnunJ What was that for?"
a cough and strain on the i ida. visiting the :::t. Louis Exposition en j
I .gs.: Sold by Wm. Anderson. Electric Bitters excellent for acute I have now in the handsomest and "Oh." -aid the lady, "that's a custom
route i ii stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed Eon.e folks; Lie lies sup >GfrJ to gie

OAK ITEMS 1 Mr W II Stokes of Xr\v Jer: ,''v is' thrm. The patient earned most up-to-date line; of'Piece Goods for tilt: tLe ferryman wLa rows Lim tier

: from the first and has not had an at- Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, for Fall! the river o' death:"
t.ick in fourt. months." Eli,* ,' KodolDIGESTS
t ::i
that? It's
"Do ye tell ce a queerwarts.
\j" \:t 11 o'clock Tuesday morning Bitter are positively guaranteed forD and Winter Wear, that has ever been
But I'm misss""Yes
: sayia', -
i: ,-\,''.!iing of Mr. Webber .auzht fir. + For >?pepsia. Indic-,;stion. Constipation offered in Ocala. Call early, see the ?"
and Kidney trouble Try them. Only ;
'. "l.en discovered it was; burning Y'E1H WATCHESAnd Cue.; at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Goods and Styles, and make your selec i j "I'm feared yon chap will hae to WHAT YOU EAT

i..- ."uiy. but they had been ready anj.t.iig fjwic." ;
i tion. Many years of experience. Ev- Gives Health to the Sick and
'" ,. i for just such an occurrence, | This i-;= what a Grahamville 'ubs"rib- I i iF0P. ij Strength to the WMC.
REPAIRS piece of work guaranteed, and the
, I i I ery |
: : heir private waterworks were soon j-r thinks and says of the Star: ""En-i j REXT' -A han.jsQmeroom'; Bottle
I only. $1.00 Slit laldtay! M! lima
:': motion, and with Mr. Webber to op- i -GO TO- I closei find renewal. Send it along. Tony Prices: are in keeping with the Goods. j I r"i1t'ncp. newly finished inside and out the trial at c,which MlUfor SOc.

i rite the hose and Mrs; Webber and i F G. B. I way .)f thinking its the only papers,)! Jerry Burnett ,i and in the best of condition. Thorough-i I j Prepr4 by X. C. ZfcWitt Co., C1k&p.

Master Walter to work the pump they WEIHEI i in the county. Couldn't get along without I ly furnished; for rent for six month '
had the fire out In a 1ttlewhile.. with The Jeweler, it.-W. C. H." i Merchant Tailor. 1 Apply at this office. Sold by Wm. ANDERSON, 0caJa.OCALA .

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don't know as I done right," he I man and I never should Lave permitted ,

you to become engaged: to THE AIR
I1 S I'I

: : : : : : : : : : (' walked across the room Urn.

_ looked at a picture on the wall be Brenda smiled without effort this

I I n the windows. It was a photo tine. She knew that her will would THERE'S A FINE THANKS-

copy \ei'rstt'n's! painting dominate her father's! in any conflict

_ : ." The unfortunate king and that Le would permit her to have GIVING IN PROSPECT i i

I I \ divulged: theonts of Z.-us was j her own way to the end of the storj.j ".

I !.'! { .. chained: to the nktarv- j "I an not engaged: to him any more"

said she and her father admitted cordially for the man whose stock is fed upon y-
{ I while:! the fruit laden boughs waved I
By HOWARD .. -
that that was something to be
beyond hirtarh. It was a pain! \ the feed and graro supplied bj- us. It ,

picture. out of keeping with thankful for. l i s e h
5 quite r
:l- in tL and Elmendurf re- "He has behaved most dishonorably l goes without saying that jour cattle &. Ct

t Copyr-ght: 1901, by Charles }!:. it curiously. A few lines tell to you" he added. o /

4s +-i+:a : .i a :-..-: : : : : : the legend were printed below, i "1 have no complaint to make of Mr. horses and poultry will be in prime r !I1

the detective read them. Alden's conduct salt Brenda. "I condition if their daily food comes from 1 rpie.

(Continued from )' Le looks it" he !said glanc shall not break my heart for him but e F

up at the face of Tantalus. "And. I. wish he might have loved me. Let our house. You don't stint yourself

don't think AI- tfs go in to dinner."
$he lJasn't said you o? Thanksgiving equally generous I .

plied the captain.. "And I did this thing do you?" Mr. Maclane was considerably surprised 1

: on with our little affairs I on your life!" said the captain to observe as the meal progressed to the dumb folk under :your care. eerr>VC"r ,,,,.,

you can't help us any. Mr. case is perfectly plain. It may that his daughter ate with a good

I I didn't do the smart thing." appetite.' Having a shrewd faculty of
so If )'oul1 just take a seat B. L. HALL PROPRIETORHABDWABEI

lor"- lIe waited till the turned away. observation he perceived at last that -

had passed out of the I a man for murder just be Brenda's body was attending to the ,

Miss Maclane. I'd like to ; he calls you a thief when you whole matter of Its own sustenanceand

,' paid he "isn't ex that her mind was elsewhere. As "Permit me to consider the legal atpcciof
more about you If it's ll you are one. the cage"

able." my idea of wisdom." anxiety rises in intensity the thinking I Upon giving their names to the sergeant

"I am the daughter of sprang to his feet: and faced El- part of us interferes more and more I at the desk in the station they

with the envelope and the ushered into the
lane," said Brenda.At angrily. grosser were captain's room

the mention of this t with me Joeealc," said the processes of enlightened selfishness where, to their surprise they found

known N ile "It won't work." therein Implanted by nature but there both the onlcer and his prisoner. Neale
widely man II
tled. comes a point of separation whence was sitting by a desk in the corner We carry a full and complete line of

the mind goes its own way and the lie had the cramped look and the dull
"It ain't possible he body likewise, to the great betterment eye of a man who has neither movednor HARDWARE OF ALL KINDSStoves
are the young lady with a EASY WAY.OLICEMAS.
of the latter temporarily.After spoken in a long time. Half a

and a high social position WALLACE dinner Brenda and her father cigar with a ragged end was betweenhis Heaters and'IRanges.'! Every Kind of

mentioned awhile ago"as did not consider went into the library, a room of which lips and It seemed to have been
td friend here? WIRE FENCING
< our it necessary to subject he made great use for smoking, much driven in with a hammer. Any one

"I am the woman. his prisoner to preferring it to the apartment especially who had J.nownI'ale for ten years

"And the engagement's the Indignity of hand designed for the indulgence of that would have said that this was the PHOSPHATE

off? When?" cuffs, but he kept a pernicious habit. same cigar he had always been smokIng -

"Captaln"began Alden. firm hold on Alden's Brenda fell at once into deep thought There was a tradition that he TURPENTINE SUPPLIES L E
ficer raised his hand. N
left arm just above and her father, after several futile attempts had never been seen to light a fresh

".\ bargain's have the a truth.bargain, elbow as they left the house. Al to talk with her sat down by a and MILL

was to seemed to be entirely indifferent desk and endeavored to occupy himself one.Alden standing by barred window ,
broken off?" was! a
engagement attention. When he reached with certain household accounts. He
: : out into dark I
looking a narrow

I firmly."This "I afternoon went down to sidewalk he paused, bringing his was a man of large frame and little court, with a lt'.Jall on the op- Sash Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds.
to a halt The cab In which he flesh, rather handsome in a mildly side. There nothing to attract .
office at half past 1. I had come was beside the curb and Al- aquiline style and with eyes like Bren pocite man's but Aldencontinued

_ see him didn't last evening?" but"- using his free hand, helped Bren da's but gentler and w ith more of the a rational to stare even eye after Maclane THIS IS THE TOOL
j Brenda inclined come her head. the vehicle. blue tint in them. There was some- and the lawyer entered the room. He

is not customary for New York po- thing womanish about him hard to turned however when Captain Neale ">..
his office she .
"I to
went -FOR-
to dally while their prisoners trace, but probably In his manner altogether greeted the two men l-y name. At the 041'
In the conversation
I released him from his i. the gentle courtesies of polite and not in his looks. A nervous sight of Alden's face Maclane. who "H ,

., but Alden's deadly calmness irritability made utter trifles tragicfor
"That must have been a was advancing toward him stopped A_: Fall and Spring CropsWe
{' in this instance. him. Everything worried him more
said short. It is not the barrier l>etween
for :you Ir.IJen, ?" ?" he asked. or less. At the desk there as he put.tcreJ them which keeps the spectator in theull'nal"ie

"What do you mean Winifred's," replied Brenda with the accounts, his pen fell from intruding upon theprh'a =>.
Alden. "If have the
you tilt him drive fa 't." from the where he had it,
e to rest! placed of the caged It is the
appreciate my : .'11 gave the order and then ad and be picked it up with a groan. look in the creature's 6 l "will Be pleased

- "I was thinking l'sp<' ; the young woman, said: "I His pleasures were few. His home sir eye."Good said Alden .
said Neale. evening t. to see you at all
your be there soon. They dare not was something to him; his pride of various "I to _
firm is in the last quietly. am surprised see you _
your me." kinds, a staff to lean upon. lIe here." \ ..;..; r. T times.
to Duncan ..,...
your engagement would have spoken but the had considerable affection for his son ;: -
about all that Maclaue started at the sound of the
daughter is
suddenly started under the whip, and rather more for Brenla. He
That's what man voice; it was so different from what heexpx'cted.
up. my e cab I lurched on the rough pave thanked God daily that her health was MKRION HARDiA KRE CO.

now. The last glimpse of Alden lift! so good; but even so, he was always
said "My: daughter told me there was ABSORBERS HU13BARD & M.xcDUFF.
"lIe told you a lie. OF
hat while the huge policeman afraid that it might fail. "
of trouble he began."It
some sort
with the same monotonous his left arm remained with His chief joy In life was a business! "
was kind of her, s:1id1.
------ -
his utterance was like a persistent nightmare that Journey. He could get nothing out of a

mind upon another matter. the dawn. The conventional pleasure trip because of the obvious den.

were never before so I ) stuck in her mind. It was a waste of time. But to be one of threeor "You probably beard" that Mr. AIdeD NEW( FALL AND WINTER
was under' arrest, said the captain.
they are today""That
picture of the old days the time four moderately congenial; men absolutely
won't do." "That isn't so. lie's held as a itness.
pleasures and easy living, *o forced to travel preferably in
There's no charge against him. lIe
tain. "I have positive
brought to an end. Every some ones private car perhaps to see

"You know nothing In life had suddenly become dif- a bit of industrial property in the westor and I had a little disagreement about .."""<><: .,..
Alden. "I have other what was tiP right thing! for him to do.You "" Words must be weighed and even no farther than Washingtonwhen : .

those of my firm." conduct guided by a plan, not left there was a bill affecting business see, he doesn't understand my po MILLINERY E ..- "" '

"What other interests?" chair."I itself into the forms of mere interests before conrt'ss-that sition. I'm held accountable in these ti.Yi.: lll/if '"
"I decline to answer." ases. But 1 don't want to make no ; \
'. And thus she came to think of was genuine relaxation. It was necessary "
"Where did go when trouble for no man. he went on. with \'. \'lrdl1l t \
she should do and say at the hos to go. and the responsibility! forgetting t '
that profusion of negatives which is :
office after sending
your How meet the emergencies that ; there was on th1 engineer in {1 \\
"1 will not tell often an ornament of his language in ;
you. arise? Had Elsie regained her the cab ahead One might smoke agood ; "" p--
the moment of earnestness "and if I ):
"Why nut? queried ? Had she !spoken or did she lie cigar meanwhile! aol !speak of .(I y rf,
tone. could see a (}('l'I'Ut"a of letting him I
his most persuasive have one of \ ;l
at that moment in some small, small mattlrllf'n! one has reacheda LlI
haps don't know these go without petting: myself into troublewhy
you room watched by a stolid nurse certain stage of nervousness, it is .
tlemen. They'll step into J'd be glad to oblige him and his:: the handsom
and stretched herself as Lest
yawned more tranquilizing; to ride ft.; miles nn -I
the I've friends.
to balcony
out on
"'.> work drew to a dose? A por hour under another man's guidancethan ..
"It will make no "IVrmit me to consider the legal aspect and most '. )
in a velvet frame-Elsie's mother to sit still at home as a result of sitting .
Alden. of the case. said the lawyer, o a
a doullt-n'curn.J sharply to one's own volition.To .
will be a corner of the table that
"What you say upon
s memory, and she shuddered. Brenda and her father in the library uptodatelines
of was in the middle of the room and facing
course. stood on the dressing= table-a entered' \\' lh'H. the bujler, with
Neale, while the others were behind
Xeale. said .\ of Milli-
"Captain not yet old; a pretty, smiling a troubled countenance. It apin-nnil!
a business secret that Is dreadful think of that him. nery of all
It to
was that two men desinil to see Mi"s Ia('-
deal of slope If I should There was silence of half a minute. r _
smiling there all fiat afternoon, Line' and that their names: were Barnes
he could force and then the lawyer got upon his: ft-t-t. tPy kinds
man l'a : ever
any .l'S looking, yet seeing nothing, ind Hac.rcity."Thej < :
his silence" 1t sims to be perfectly simple, he tl
; unable to utter a trj- mentioned! a Captain Neale,
"You don't mean to say th? said at last. f 4f 1 ai brought t o
it of mind said "
out ,
put my
lIIi!>>". said the butler, "presuming to "
"If so. that settles it. replied -
thing like that? demand herself. you say
to that 'nU'lllIlIlt'rootaw1."
wish offend. say Neale. rising and walking towardthe Ocala. Call
"I have no to the hospital there was little to be Brenda rose hastily. r r s.Ya ,
door. "Sorry to have troubled jou. 1I
"but want the
den you ; nothing to be d ne.n elder "They have come to take rue to the -.
shall have it. Your ('( Mr. Alden. Good night".1md : t !IFL' j and see it.
who seemed to be in authority m-pital! she said.! "Tell them I willie
; he bowel as the three men
that of many another man I : "Th. child is still living.; We nailin a few miuute.s. and seealMiut
the department is bad-as walked out. :Madam weak and trembling sff--u
predict' the ultimate result of the carriage." t
t.'Xl'itt'rnl''n iy
be. KenifinK-ring that ini" with !perfee.lymechanical. t
can as yet. You cannot see her "Are these pmple olkemen?" demanded hni,1
involves others As tit"v passed the 'r.Jt'lIIt'S
3 : anj message.: Leave jour ad- :Mr. Maclane."Will. .
il '
with desk the lawyer discover Mrs. Minnie A.
self I won't trust you a
and we will communicate with sir I took them to be what
That is lax word on that that he Lad left his! cane in the n.I"[
my in armrdanw with the event "
call ward detectives viinundthe
they ,
Neale's fat turmtl led tain'room: and he returned. He wasabsent j j Bostick
'\'(' it may be. It will be ustles-: butler ":lwl I dropped' the! hint to tin : 1 I ,
irregular about! five minutes at e\i.- t
strange spots."Now it. If are able to see her at 11r
you fames that 111",1,10 well to ke'pui erron _
hear a word from latiuii of whSdi time he ju'niil: Maeantupon OCALA, FLORIDA.
will be no great of small
pressure tliem. There's things in the
sidewalk. .11dn
the m/
said. "I've Nis'ii! looking you j
II rectptioii nom, sir as wuull ;go into anan's tl.ere.
j jt
ruined man. You + ;:
nna .' rode to her home and as the '
.> this girl and ita.. all I IBM "I L' has 1 gone to the h' -pital! in t"nrab. j
drifted tIrlluh: the clamoring;: "You did: ijuiti* rizht!' said! "
., I aid Mai-lane. "1'L.' man is in a
Hut t-Mildn't !I. <
\11 you j jwth '" of the Avenue she wa :Mr. Ma lane. "Bremla.! nij child.+ I
trail-e. lie ten wordWhat ->
her You niul lore l It> I i iJiiller !!, that the while! haired mail suppose Its entirely! welt.s--" detained! ?"

and you m-glwhil i '" n almost tenderly of ll..It' a<: "Absulutilj.. I I must u'o," she :-aiol."Th.'n you I
"Thf laptaiu Washuw'ing me a
lall!'. and she voul+ln't .- 1 ." Inr". 1. ;
I must go. too. : >n<
hat he had f 1'1.-! :
I'ft.-.ut jll..tIIUCat "
But by that time you wenn n* was iio mother in the Madam nut Brenda put a tirm veto UIH.U t.o: ,. DEALERS IN
I lov. replied; the !*.wy..r.uf "It! -
with Miss Miller that .
you She had Ltvn dead ten
>roposiL"It .
one th'-e iron bankThat'll i..a:.,
l>n-.ik away. So what did Tli;,*re was an aunt, an amiable I
she! -aid.:
is wholly unnecessary. him thrifty likeli.s fztlnr.a! .1 t:"
'\1\:.'. jou wTott her a note : \" f..r whom Uremia t.terhtilie'i iCENERAL HARDWARE.A
With !'ij i..a.d! aud Jaim-s I ?:.all in t captain.Zo.. to ein-oiira the < Kid!! "
ftlry: story about a 1 l--t .'f 1I! i .. an-vt ion. lout ii tinerlotix .
I" afraid even if thesimtu aiall s'nk'ii.: his ,voice to a w'hi-per "I put
iuc that tiie note would lot' :! : of Ilfe! sh,' \vo.M! .1- r.t.\:
hat W.llettajs they are. Tin're will ,:;IN' into tLe bank while the :
Avotild make the! ', ,..,' look !ik fapta.iwas
< : taken eo !n-el! with Le: rothei "
I lIlt the '..;I.J.:,IIln anti: .'tiff besides: lo\.n:: nut of the: window. P'.r-
Yi'u told her iibusy you ,: not vet 1.. Her fitr.! fi-r HAPPY SURPRISE _
H fat in her and tuuehtd
r r < aiie up to haps didn't tlIIll"f' that I eini'tnlSI.IHI
m <- minutes afterward woo I: i.J a mall a- IKv ain the the! diamond ornament wLkh: Lewore term N in -r- f.; ..\ : \- voir'-n who is
of 11'r I the
: uij :: as sit on coy- !
and came up town. Too had ui nn.nuv.. was a wean man at '
i !-oki' f.r tr '
I i at !her"I IUT of tl.e table; not so many as I hadexjieoTed. .g this house; you came hert'"Ito : lie had uo zitt of syuipatLy. a .
I wnuld n 't put unnecessary temptation ; L but NYalt was really ;slad to effl.irt r.r.i ..isot-r: :ttisfactoro'kitchfl :!
jon moan to a(vH f 11I, :: 'm \" which may have ;1..1I1I,1 ir"
I, in the way of the weak he sail: g-'t rid of Lim. It's the easy way all rang*. We have' it right herein 1"I
The words came from !> ti the streinh! and the vveak-
with an at levity.: "Some of +
I i attempt around. ;
our st!)!*. reily for your : j' '
dp! > tt t-ih. and he vtrodttnvv : Itromla told him! the story of inspec'L
these fellows are Slit to be ex- .*. t A
very 1p
-.i : exclaimed Maclane.
lnly- tion. It is the latest range In the mark.t ,
who! put the table bvtvvtva \" ,':'; :i* it has lnvn here set it ,
pkrt" "\\""II, that vji ea-v." ,I combines and fin- iFb 1
drt'vv his rev'olv >r."Walhuvr and he received it with i nr'"e the pin to her fatVr = tomdraii. -
oallrtLA est improvements in saving of fuel ani
and lively alarm.
I and also moved a rime of nor- t.n ..;:ss in cookmjr 5' r
I '
( -lil't'mtu fnUTtil from did you iro there: he ex ; rhor
ordinary va'u wli.! -h she! ki"ttd uj-; .n AI"o a carload of hats and: stoves;
t That man is under "What poMe; iltl'rt.t TITt .\ rT.. wtNTFnEb'SN 4.j
l I .
a hu.I"'f; and ti.nist j ii.bosom .--. T .. of all kinds from $1 Z<) up.
Nt'ale. "Take him in. you have In this wretched ir'.rl! : '
i i T$> .
T St. Win-
: of her dress. her Ia.1: :ITr- d way to - --
"This is nuw>tn>u..." said: I I dear father." *he replied with I -' '' y
at this! moment with such t!.:::.> as with ItrvndiMr
hepoke coolly.! "You > :. ''! ,' counterfeit; of amile. r t8
were nee n ary to prepare Brenda fir r..ri-s and MrII i.
fur it""Weil I :' remind you that my affection the ride. ': iL'L'rtv exertedt

talk about that : Alden hal been the onein- .
his daughter's Mr !' : .- !-. s to IK? entrt ;CPYRI( .f1'
joined the captain. "You go I ., of a sadly art hula! lif*. After departure 't'
Machni paced the floor of the library ii-i.'i ly War
man" iHrt'nll:1I.'n'Ost..l i I saw that terrible strv, the (
the i fur a long: h<>ur in re room } t't'lin.: I had was: sympathy for received! I st."n, ::1'I shnwpn t
a tt'l"l'1n" message
tOtIldt'u's hand."I I ,' .'. I wanted do something : ..
I :IT i '-S.I-. st w MI h a Lily al-
will that i ifOU from Brenda !iaformin him that she \V.;.: err,n open lard It will pay all
everything and I couldn't think of any .. .'. ,-.s \ir: B.! .
Lad 1 learned that Mr. Alien was sil: j( w.I" ;'; :; r; s net ton.
she ml for her. < '," look
said : else but to :o to her. .. -; >men to over our stock of
: > detained! at the pohoe stai.on. whifh i (' "You're eommj:: alone, will he full of It! te | : i.--s, shotguns ammunition and sport-
i papers to lot' otvrl'M'ke1by l' Lappi T. Li."w a K.:tn w Uu had seelMss k-
was: an injustice: : nut
rl'llt'0" ; I'll stand by "1 have always betn afraid hi* friends. The financier then understood -, I: Mr.i !L.i.e that :.ftt'l"I1.IOJlJ. lIe won- .t / n.z Jutfits. We carry the best goods

Go home. You know I could newer why Le Lad been left at dtred wL! tL..r M.ane! cuuldguess i' e at .sonable prices, and all supplies
mouth L
Alden'nl'l.ll1Is to !
: myself to him. tome. ,\S'1 result if Brenda'pres where It was that this ma!: I. idsva ;: purihdjwd, at our store can be depenieJ : -
then closed it agsn.! He ...eultr that always aJ F
\ you her Brenda's acknowl! '
: Upon :,- ,
went out of the room with entation of the case Mr. Maclane! called t S. tit ; $1 upon as being thoroughly reliable.:
him. -aidhe.
I IE? that she was unable to solve this
!.:s lawyer who wa a near .
man Brenda following) later.dorf fToo-1; many people admire hid," neighbor. and the two men rode down riddle Mr. Barnes kindly gave her a T. W. SMITH & CO.
end Pr. Blair a moment '' tlt''hJ ceutleiiiaa linra-
to the station house in a cab stoppingat I clew. I.-
remained.The oy
andl'ali' "and they're all afraid of him. e, i.iy Hardware Dealers.PAGE .
dropped into a a club en the way to cash a check. l..ntinu on seventh page.)
a headlong: reckless uu-afe

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I p I Ii all men by these presents:
of the \ i
Marriage of Miss Mabel Griggs to Mr.I I FOLEY'SKIDNEY The convention \
That IV.. J. Edwards as mayor of
;: i--t met with the Pleasant Hiil! :: I
Samuel Willis the of Ocala Florida, by virtue of
day Sc hool Saturday, Octofatr ::.4 city ,

There is a good deal of gossip abou ..t 1') o'clock. the authority vested in me by law, and

town now but not such that would! h'- uf 'onvention was called to ,; the ordinances of the city of Ocala do

interest to write up. It is mostly! eit- the i'resident.Brother I hereby order declare and proclaim that

tion talk but that is a thing of the past I. S. C. SherSeld I there shall be a general election heldin

\\'p wouM) that the election passed ofriuiftly lesson from King: 6th the said city of Ocala on the 13th

with a good deal of fun, one ; I,T. and prayer was offered. : I day of December A. D. 1904. for the

nay or the other, and since we learn The first business was the I purpose of electing a mayor of said

the result, we see the democrats hud i I I i I of a secretary. Willie Marlow : : I city, and a councilman from each of

dUng around trying to get all the con I elected by a unanimous vote I the wards of said city, to-wit:

sonlation out of their defeat as POSSi-1 CURE -nsuing year.Brother One councilman from ward one.
bleu The "pops" seem to be very wet I H. C. Martin One councilman from ward two.

satisfied. They say they didn't expec t I, introductory sermon. One councilman from ward three.

anything so are not disappointed. It I Letters from various Sunday One councilman from ward four.

seems that 'Tom" didn't run at all from I were read and recorded.All to be voted for by the qualified elec-

the reading of the Times-T.'nlon.: bu of the following were not tors of the said wards.

just wait till you hear from Oxford WILL CUREany I on the first day, but were The voting shall be by ballot, and

and If she don't go for Watson she'l ing the convention as Sunday ) at the following named places, and the

most. Guess that will cut some ice lithe delegates: names of the clerks and inspectors of

count. But these voters are not the+ case ofKIDNEY Pleasant Hill-L. T. Hendricks said election In the several wards are

only ones around that have got lei Curry, Eddie King. as follows:

lately. There is a crowd of young men Fairfield-J. B. Devore, First Ward-Voting place at Yonge's

around here that have been left in thi Young cottage, on n?: of block 6, Reardon'sMiddletown.

cold sure enough. One day last week Heidh ille-1Irs. C. M. Bock, : Inspectors, John Pasteur,

a strange gentleman came down from or K. Adams. W. C. Jeffords, C. E. Taylor; clerk, 0.

Savannah Ga., and before we though' Blltl'hton-B. R. Blitch, C. 'i' : B. Howse.

anything he took one of the fair se: phens, B. A. Hammons, Mrs. Second Ward- Voting place shall be

for his bride. Mr. Samuel Willis wa; BLADDERDISEASE Blitch, Miss Gertrude Ferguson. ; at the court room at the city halL Inspectors ,

the groom and Miss Mabel Griggs was Stafford's Pond-T. J. i I Isaac Stevens, C. M. Livingston -

the bride and they have gone to their Rawls, Miss Josie Brooks C. C. D. A. Miller; clerk, G. M.: Hub-

future home in Savannah, where thi Clarence Bawls.FellowshipE.. lard.

former will follow his occupation as H. Martin, Joe Third Ward-Voting place shall be

train dispatcher.Mrs. that is em:, Miss Mary Smith, Miss : : over Pittman's furniture store in block

C. A. Hooks and daughter, Effi Hill. 47, old survey. Inspectors, C. C. Stone.

May, spent a few days in Belleview this Williston-Miss Hannah i T. R. Gary J. R. White; clerk. DrewE.

week. not beyondthe B. Epperson Willie Reddick D. : Mathews.

Mr.:: A. S. Bogue, who is now employed lis, Miss Allie Epperson. I Fourth Ward-The voting place shallbe

by the Southern Express Company Flemington' K. :Mixson ::\ i at Jones' bottling works. Inspectors.

In Tampa was in Oxford last Sunday reachof nie Mixson. ; I R. A. Carlton, Geo. R. Smith Baxter

to visit his parents. Lake Lynn-Rev. P. S. Cam; clerk, I. W. Ogle.In .

Mr. R. P. Bowman, who has beer medicine.No Candy Slough-By letter. I testimony whereof I have hereunto

over on the West Coast, has returnee New Hope Rev. W. J. Folks. i 1 : subscribed my name as mayor of the

and is again one of the Oxford boys Various committees were j said city of Ocala, Florida, and thee

Mr. Ode Hooks went out hunting and at 7:30 ReP.. S. i is attested by the clerk of said

last Tuesday and killed his first deer, ducted services. j : : : city, with the seal of said city attached -

which dressed 100 pounds.Mr. Sunday on this the 31st day of October,

George Perry went to Bellevievist medicinecan W4.! W. J. Edwards
At 9 o'clock the convention
-: Wednesday on business. (Seal.) Mayor of Ocala.
sembled with a song and
] Attest: E. K. Nelson Clerk.
do vice, conducted by Brother W. J. I

ThP election MciNTOSH passed off very quiet!:. more.WAS Queries were then opened for 'I I t Notice of Names Stricken From Regis
sion: i I
at this place. I tration List, City of Ocala
GIVEN UP TO DIE 1. Is the Sunday school I
Mr. H. M. Estridge has been over to I At a regular meeting of the city
beneficial to the Sunday
.. I
Green Springs for the past few week; B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia St.,, Rev. P. S. Lancaster I. N. I council of the city of Ocala Florida,
trying the restorative powers of its: Evansville, Ind., writes: "For over fiv< .. held November 1, 1904 the followingnames
: Rev. W. J. Folks Rev.
Mixson I
water for rheumatism and returned 01 years I was troubled with kidney and I I :: : .: ...: : :.::. 1 were ordered stricken from the
bladder affections which caused me mud Martin, C. C. Rawls. i
Tuesday improved. pain and worry. 1 lost flesh and was al It was decided that from 1:30 registration list of said city:
Mr. J. K. Christian is building quit* run down, and a year ago had to First Ward
and lasting forty-five minutes,
addition to his dwelling on the hill abandon work entirely. I had three o .
an Ditto F.Y. ; Haley L. N.; Mess-
the best physicians who did me no good voted to the Sunday school i
Professor Mcllwee who has been sc I R. W. Moore J. T. Reardon
more, ; ; ,
and I given to die Brother Sherfield teacher.
was practically up as .... I
sick for the past three weeks., resumed I I Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended :2. The possibility of the Ino. G.; Brown, C. :M. Jr.
charge of the school at this place Mon- I and the first bottle gave: me great relief,, Second Ward
and after takin the second bottle I was school teacher. By L. T.
C. : I I Anderson C. I,.; Cox, Wm.; Crosby
day.Mr. entirely cured.1'TWO ReW.. J. Folks! ReII I
Vertrees of Palatka was at the r.V..; Davis, E.V..; Mente. Otto;
Rev. P. S. Lancaster, I. N. Rawls.Convention
Baldwin Hotel Sunday and Monday. SIZES, SOc AND $1.00. 7"I! ,[ Wheeler, W.
adjourned for T.Third
Miss Brout, the teacher at Orange $ Ward
services by Rev. II. C. Martin.
Springs, came over Sunday and visit- SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY After preaching a missionary I Altman, II. F.; Brown, C. M.; Bar-

fcl. her uncle, Mr. W. E. Alien. taken ; ows, Mose; Criddle, Joseph (dead) ;
The Postoffice Drugstore. Ocala tion was up. (
Quite a number have been out shoot- At 1:30 p. m. the convention I Mitchell, Willis; :Meffert.: J.1..; Wil-

ing birds and report them plentiful. to iams, J. J.
SPRING PARK sembled and all responded .
Shipments of oranges grapefruit and Fourth Ward
tions asked by Brother Pherfield. {
tangerines are daily increasing, and i Mrs. P. J. Reeves, who has been Creech, Tony; Hunter Hamp; Moo-::
Bawls offered
prayer >
with the big vegetable shipments, this spending some tim at her old home in went into business again.Fairfitell i .... I 1 1 dr.! S. D.; McCants, Milton; Riley, Mat;

is a busy place.A the North returned home last Sunday.Mr. Sunday school asked ichimmerhorn. A. L.; Weaver, Arnold.

I I and Mrs. H. C. Packham are vibrating next convention. The I The council will. s>t its regular meeting -

HEAVY LOADTo between their two homes the ommended that Sunday school f November 15, 1904: hear any complaints -

one here and the new one in Ocala. We of those who may have been
next place meeting.The .
lift that load off of the stomach
expect they have commenced where
committee on literature rroneously stricken from the city reg-
t:'kt> Kndol Dyspepsia Cure. It digestswhat they left off last spring ere this, and I s-tr.ttion list. E. K. Nelson,
?d, recommending Southern
you eat. Sour stomach, belching, they will be almost too busy to ::aooho'w \' (Seal.) City Clerk of Ocala.COTICK .
list, the American Baptist
R.i.: on stomach and all disorders of the <1)"" to their old friends for sometime I
Society, and the Southern : .
stomach that are curable, are instantly to come. OF APPLICATION FOR
less as our denominational :
relieved and permanently cured by the I Mr. Whishit and Miss make of Ocala Committee on associational Tax Deed Under: Section 8 of Chapter -

us* of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. S. P. called upon J. K. Dolin's people List reported them in a progressing 4659, Laws of Florida.
Shirrs a druggist at 297 Main street, Sunday.
ler, our missionary: paid, and a Notice is hereby given thtat G. W. Yam
N'-\\' lirituin. Conn.. says: "Kodol Dysp.M'sia We are having delightful weather :
o-operation with the work. and A. Freeman, doing business as
Cure is giving such universals.tti warm days and cool nights.
Committee on finance !' i G. W. Yarn & Co., purchasers of tax
"futfon and is so surely becomingth
lay school donation ?10.T3:;; ertifirates No. :2777! and :2780! datedhe
positive relief and subsequent cure I BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH
$!12.: .' ind: day of December A. D. 1S93; ,
fur this distressing ailment I feel thatI I II
am always sure to satisfy and gratifymy I Henry P. Baldwin, Supt. City WaterWorks I Nomination committee I ave filed paid certificates in my officend

Shullsburg, Wis., writes: "'I airfield Sunday school was have made application for tax deedo
customers by recommending it to :
then I write this to show how well have tried many kinds of liniment butt i iI he next place of meeting.A I issue! in a'ordanceith law. Said

the remedy is spoken of here." Kodol have never received much benefit un- : resolution: of thanks was \' I Ii .ertifiates embrace the following de-

l'y. i'opsia Cure was discovered after I, iil I used Ballard's Snow Liniment for I t he Pleasant Hill church and i rribed property situated in Marion
of scientific and willpositively l
yus : cure all experiments stomach troubles. heumatism and pains.: I think it the I zens for generous hospitality. runty Florida! to-wit: Nw'4' ? of se?ind

Sold by Wm. Anderson. ''lle't liniment on earth." 25e.: :;flc., $1. i Resolved, That this :! sU of sere sec :23! tp 17, r 24, ne>i

old by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. U-r its heartfelt thanks to th- "f n'-'j. see 26, tp 17, r :24.! The aid

FLEMINGTON I iation for its generou* cont: :! : : i !:uid being assessed at the date of the

Mrs M. G. Gray and P.t'1.. Pri- S'OTIOB APPLICATION' FOU to aid in the payment: of our mi.... -5suii'-: <- of such certificates in the

Tax Deed Under Section S of Chapter i and colporter. nam'- of parties unknown. Unless said
s=(nvnt to McIntoshCednesday.
Wed- JSs! *. Laws of Florida. O!.vention paid Brother I ( prtifioate shall be redeemed af-r-ord-
Mr. J. K. Mixson went to Ocala I
lu'-'i.iy to carry the ballot box. Notice: is hereby given: that C. J. Mc"runey. -God b.- With You Tail W- i i!.% to law tax dee-l will Issue! thereon

< ur farmers are busy grinding cane.A ( purchaser of tax certificate No. .\guin" was sung. : ( 'i th" 14th day of November, A. D.

small party of our citizens will :!!;.n, dated the 2nd day of November i Dismissed by Itt:'.. "-. J. "! : :I !',',4

1Thursday for the hammock tos I, .\. D. l<9fi. has filed said certificate in n...t-t with Htirfield Sunday ?> V. : WiuK-.c.s my official signature and

;- :. 1 a short online on a camp hunt.A I. ny office and has made application for he fifth Sunday and SatuiM-.y I <... :! this the 12th day of October, A. D

i tax dft-ii to Nsu' ill ;arcoidance with : WillMarlow, -:1"- !''"4. S. T. Sistrunk
small crowd of our young folksp.tned
at Mrs. M. C. Grays few : aw. Kid ivrtiticattr embraces the fol- ':I" .-k Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.
described situated in i CURED CONSUMPTIONMrs. I
owing property
nii-'hts! ago and enjoyed themselves in : I
s..uiiisr and e.ttinsr a delicious pillau.vh.h ; Marion county Florida to-\\ it: Nls of I XOTIC 1 !: OF APPLICATION FOR
1 I i\vi4. sec ::?. tp 1:. r ifl.; Thv slid land 15. W. Evans Cl-aruat-rr. : Tax Pd Under: Fection .6 of Chap-
: was giv-ni by the boys 1 i .-ins assessed: at the date of th:> issu- write: ")Iy husban-T !ay si k f. :
1I I :! IT 4S1", Laws of Florida.
i iiu-e of such certificate in the name offt. ri rths. The doctors sai'i !.: h,: : ;
FROM SOUTH AFRICA I I :: Johns and Lake E. P.\". Unless said :"t:> f is hereby given that Dexter
t" :
'olsumptinn.e PNI'U.j a
1 "t-rtiticate shall be redeemed aooord- imber and Turpentine Co., purchaser
; New Way of Using Chamberlain'sCouflh : I::ir to law. tax dt-e-1 will issue thereon Jallard's Horehound Syrup ir. !
'.f t.ix certificates No. 2 9-31j. dated
RemedyMr. r 1'1 the i'Mh day of November.: D. ed him. That was six years: ago : !
1'-1. le ;th day of August. A. D. 15S9 has
th""n we have always keN a t.-> : :
Arthur Chapman writing from Witness my official signature and I ti 1 I-1 paid certificate in my office andis
the house. We cannot do uith
I'-.i: tun. Natal. l'Utl1frka.. says: "As s".11 this the _Sth: -lay of O. tob >r. A. D. : i made application for tax deed to
1:'." 4. S. T. St-Uik.: "or coughs: and colds it har no
:i proof that Chamberlain's CousrhK "su- in accordance with laSalol
,-rk! <";:r. nit '"'r. M \ri--i '.... K.i '"'.. 5"C.. $1. Soli by: the .\:: -)
:r.t>Jy is a cure for old an! younsr. I I ''rtifl I
:y Drugstore.
p i! you the following: A neighbor! of property situated in Marion
mine had a child just over two monthso''i
BLITCHTON 1 UUIty. Florida, to-wit: SJz of Fe?..
ha-1 a very bad couch and th-> IRE TOMPKINS
parents did not know what to give it. : "..,- :::;. tp 12!. r 23, and lots 12 and 13.

I suggested if they: would st a Littlf Mis'O'Har.i *:u:-.l "... li: tp 12 r 24. The said land be-
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy! Has a well selected stock of
it K.ouka"tur.hy.. I"g assed at the date of the issu-
:;":: -
and put some upon the dummy teat the
!, .by was suckir.s it would no doubt Fresh Meats of all kinds. )1.
< -.:;:" > the child. This they JU and it .'. : Sunday in Ol aia. .f ur.known and Chas. W. White. Un-:

I." .;!srht about quirk relief aui cured Vegetables' and Greens.fresh I':-. Batch and family win : \ :f-SS said certificate shall be redeemed"orbing
th"! h.1 tby:" This remedy is fur sale by and S.r:1.ter: Fish received :;-urday. S' to law tax deed will issueereon

;.:; druggists. day. Cedar: Key Oyster* l ,
every Mr. J. IL Ha sock of Archer : th on the 15th day of November,
: eceived daily.: Leave vu.:r Aiders
SPECIAL NOTICE '. :.=:tor here last week. .\. D. 1304.Witness.
with me. Pri-mpt delivery.I. : : !
The next visit of Pr. E. T. AIlort. th> :Mrs.: Thomas (Archer :s th, I my official signature andnl
f\f :.n.l ear specialist, to t><'.la. will! bet I f Mrs. O. S. S.tndrrs.M : : ,,": this the 10th day of October, A. D.
'. Thursday. X\I\'t""r 17. at they V.-'. r----k- r--ur- : ::. : I l 04. S. T. Sistrunk
W <
rW* **
!. .< t./uni.i. H"t)0' City Market. -. .. ..'. -' ;. For Sale by the Arta-Monopoly: ; an d all Other First-Class Drugstore .,? t ':erk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla...
: : :) nt< .

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EQUAL PARTNERS i iI preche spot years ao, as a result of OCALA PRESSING CLUBThe THE COLORED PEOPLE'S : stand, under the management of Louis

which the first rib is somewhat depressed. I "asminski. Further on, one block, you

I i Thus the murderer was favored DEPARTMENT I tome to the Powers grocery. F. K.

(Continued from sixth page.) by an extraordinary chance. Ills only up-to-date establishment of its kind in Ocala The i : Powers the owner carries a large

I idea was, first, to being: seen by ,
II II I escape evidence of which, is the inspection of the'hite trade tock: of choice family groceries and
I her and, second, to strike at the frontof Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor.
"If you could) remember wit-re you I I has arry liberal patronage. On
the body while! !standing behind in e clusirel} i
vff-re at precisely ton niinut s to 3, he : Tucker Hill )L C Falana owns one of
order to a\oid the blood that mint follow
taid, "w Ly. that wouMttle IL"i I the blow. Having struck, he un1doubtedly : MEMBERSHIP $J.OO A MONTH i SUNDAY SERVICES th I:1rgtt'ountr) groceries in the
Brenda srailfil at the great astute- Ii
suppo.-ed that he had reached : I city. He also keeps a large market
n -s of Mr. I5arm-:. but 'he l<*>!iue the heart and only a miracle pre'vented. Mt. Moriah Baptist Church and has a splendid trade. Just beyond
IKIH! into a review of ln-r inowments Which entitles the holder to have twelve pieces pressed, after I II

that afrr'rnoun. Mr. Hazijerty then Our ambulance surgeon believed I (Dr. D. II. Brown, Pastor.) I tim is the grocery and market of Henry -
\\hichcharges are made for additional work. Prices: Coats I
that the wall of the heart
gtrik into the conversation with tLe i punctured I 9.30 a. m.-B. Y. P. U. i Holland! who also does a splendid

remark that it v-as curious, how Ir coplcoiil'l .! ; and that a clot l of blood was stopping arc to $i.oo; Vests, I5c to roc; Pants, 25C to soc; Ladies'Skuts 11 b business. (To be continued
a. m.-Preaching ) pastor. I
the wound, as happens in a
forget: where they had te-en. and I once roc to Si.50. All work ;uaranteed. Special attention I 3 p. m.Ser't's.. I
he million times. That is not the case. Not [

who instant-Hi Lad lot the an oav excellent? of a youn alibi in lady a only did the knife miss the heart but given to mail orders. ;:3tj p. Preaching. i' V.RS. SYNOBLY SIMMONS,

cniiiinal affair thrIJu:'h th* error of not it missed the arteries a way that only L. BALLARD, Prop.N. i FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER,

taking; the jxjlie into h.-r confidem cat '' divine Providence can account for. i( R. REED Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church 'Has opened her parlors opposite l artit's -
So the first effusion of blood not Mgr.
was : stable, where she is
an early! stage of the proe-dii} ;;>, (R,rv. R. S. Quartrrman. Pastor. fully prepar-
followed by the fatal drain that might; Place on Ft. King dreest to Teapot GraterPhone. F6;.
while the arts were fresh in her lain 1 1Itp'Oda : red to do all kinds of fancy and plain
hate beta expected. Do I make myself, 9:30 a. m.-Sunday school.
su;! eatfil that jx-rhaps the : lte!'s making in the latest styles, at

lade: d.d; rot fully trust the jHlce.whereupon : clear? 11 a. m_-Services. short notice' Cutting and fitting a spe-

Mr. Ikirnes -MTti-d uanuI "I uader-tand enough, said Breuda."I 3:3': p. m.-I'-e<1ehlnj:!".

fiat!, that was threate t mistake i know that she may recover, and I j W. P. EDWARDS ;:::0 p. m.-Preaching-. 'ialtYour patronage Is solicited.PILES.

; ,, I thank God with all my soul. j
l o iLl Ii to a human l lin;:. i !
There during wbich'K.ntals
"\I\.a" triM the |*il>e." he said was a pause Covenant Baptist Church
embarrassment, that had
"<,,!"l'y or iuuiK-eut. it's the only thing : At the Market
to d 1'.." been less noticeable while his mind was '' City (Poe,'. XI. "-. New some. Pastor

bent a description of Klsie's in I To.... '". .
At the ho-pital it bwarne irawJ! '' upon j 9.30 a. 111.I P. L

ai"ly evident that l.irrie: < and listert : Jury, owe more a-sl'rh"lltsdf. Prendaobscrclyl Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetablesin i 11 a. m.-Preaching-.
that his face was flushed and
i '
\ had encountered a Wotl.ri"I- andf'U i 3:3p/ m.-Sunday school.i "I haTe suffered with ,
his forehead moist!; and she was file* for thirty si YUrL.
:'iiinbl.le i obstacle.! Tin r.a'! puz One rear al:< la.t Ap-.l brun tnkine l'asrareu
w"- ov
y : zled. Season i i 7:C':ti p. m.-Spt-iial st-rmon by pas- for COCSUUI.OD. In t cnur,e if ark 1 DuUre4
to ar, '>iiiian.Ilrenila. : into the rei I I. the pi.rj bran to d.nin-ear: and at the rod nf ill
"lIa'ou told her that I am here?" t+ r.i weeks lhehJ not trouble me at all. CuscartU
ti-iii room aad she had lwrii t fear I !i iI have done wonders for me i am entirely! cured and
that she aSkl'ti. "Does she wl..h i to see. me?" | .I ''led l::e a new man" Ueurce herder,iispuleun,O.
they lalsrht rin\er irate her nhilisi.i -
"We Laie not mentioned it," he replied City and Country Trade SolicitedFree Second Baptist Church
n"iianed: in the l.uildin J hilt f":'
"but need ha\e hesitation. Best For
you no 11 a. m.-Prfol'hir.g.
m'11 A' invrtiiahle na;-ou they! vaiii-hed:
awl l Hn-mia's lat jriiinji-e shoelilifi'i We bate given i her a very nice' Delivery Phone J 2 J 3 p. m.-:5en'ke: !'. The Bowels

i: o'-vioj'-ly rrpstfalltu.She I room," he hurried on.hYIJl'Il find' __ _________ u I 7.30: p. m,-Services.
that everything iu the world is being i
had leu vomewhat ll;:!:tt-ned: 1 i i'.i I I' i _
done for her. :Shall in?" i,
we go .
spirits liy the absurdoiiud! .\- plar,-.l l.lL. jI i
I The other phjsidan then came forward WOOD2rooi>
.\" tl"'-N dull \viui'l mi n. It !lIa'l i t n.l 1 1ed
I, lmwe\er. and Urenda gave him her hand, : (Rev. W. O. Bartley: Pastor.) .
and the real "i,niicauce;! : I t.PleaeaeRPatateblePotent.Tatennnd
though Kendall, in the extremity of his : ,
of the drama airain ussl'rh..l l itself.The ] 9 a. m.-Sunday school. ,
I" embarrassment, forgot to utter the' Fire Wood, Oak, Pine or Mixed, Seasoned or Greenany
rn-eptiun r'H,1lI of :>'t. Winifred'sis ; 11 a. m.-Services.
form of presentation Delioed.
l .ftj' and bare, and thenwai! a chill 'Sever Sicken. Weaken ,
size length :3: Preaching- or Gripe. lOe. So 50c.Never
or m.
nir iu it e\en on that -ltry June eenInx .\ straight and long corridor, the : p. !old in bulk. The genuine tablet Mamped CCC.junranteej .
longest, as it seemed to Brenda, that ; ;:30 p. m.-Preaching by pastor. to care or your Honey bark
Uremia ohj-ened the [-'aceinspired $ 1.00 Per Foil Load Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. SIn
mortal architect had ever designed, led | '
her tww companionsitli; a 'ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES;
rearward to the part of the building In St. James Episcopal Church ,
tare) : terror The maid was seize' I I
which Miss\ Miller had been Delivered to of the promptly
sequestered. j part city
with visible trv'-nlilln;;. and the stab i any s:30 a. m,-Holy communion. I : ;-,
Kendall led the way, and his colleague j '
dart James shifted his ht':tcily shod ; 11 m.i'rvlcs.. 'L.IALEXANDERi
walked behind. Tor the third Phone No. 32 Terms, Cash on Delivery. a.
feet upon the lloir, arousing! !'i lalar'l: i
time that day Brenda experienced: the 3 p. m.-Sunday school.
ly loud echoes that seeim-d I
to : t Practical
bun unpleasantly.The I sensation of surrendering her volition. ': OCALA WOOD YARD T.30' p. m.-Services.Mrs. i
attendant who had shown them The hospital became a prison; she wasj! CARPE TER AND BUILDER

being marched to some deep cell be-1 i I
Lula Jones is quite sick.
in turned after minute absence I
some i Careful estimates made on all contract
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yond the reach of rescue or the light of I
wit h two men. one of whom work. Gives and better work for
day. Then, in a moment, she saw Dr. Mis. Mary James is having her house more
Uremia had seen In the hall as they entend. ..e..e. .. IO.8.e..m..81 !
I the than other In town.The .
Kendall open a door and step Lack that ii -catered.JIts. i money any
lie th -all
was : ty "sl'ittIIJlJ)-
I she might; pass before him. :| 1 \

...... Uremia's first glance happened to fall i idirectly SEABOAED:1: Belle Ellis: who has been quiteill

upon, the face of the patient : i i!' convalescent.VAXTHD ,

I and she cannot truly he said to have I tvs THE 5gq

t m : \ flood: neat colored girl to
r : I Is seen all thing tl-e in the ru+an. The -

bed was only an indistinct splash ((f.whitl' AIR LINE RAILWAY 1 help: with general housen ork. Applyat r

The bare walls, the plainly!' I | Star office. II I TEXAS PACIFIC
} i I
curtained window the nurse in profile ;i I II I

mot ionics* as a figure ou tapestrj, enjtered E3 FOR Q Special reJui'ed rates to the Tampa i f

i i into the' feeling, but not into tin jjB I ...arnh'al'ia the S. A. November ,, tp'ts0 RAILWAY

,,,, j \iew of the scene. She beheld! only Savannah, Columbia Camden Southern Pine*,[| 14. Hound trip rates, $3.oft.; j II I
that sweet and sad little face, so pert &J Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, The South Florida Fair is' appioachjing. :

(1 ty ty, so maidenly and tender. And the.i New York.
g Philadelphia g The S. A. L. has ample accommodations < Great Eastern
real essence of this despicable crime, i! ,
t +, the inconceivable for all who will go. i i, and Western Line
r- inhumanity of it, ; TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. Q
( seemed to >peak straight to Brenda's I II
I I The rates to the South Florida Fair ,
heart in that language of nature which j, .
Seaboard Express | at Tampa via the S. A. L., commence ,
I Is without tcurds.Elsie's j i

ti I Ir brown eyes opened wide. | tomorrow night-J3.30 round trip. Across the Entire States ofT

They had been half closed, and she | Seaboard Mail | i I
j Anyone desiring work will do well to
I, had been looking at heaven knows: r .
l what; nothing In that room surely jj let their wants be known through this : T rEXA find lOUISIfiMi
I j nothing that ever had been anywhereperhaps. : : < olumn. The rate areery reasonable,

l i ,. J I utter surprise. They turned to Brenda with but must be spot cash.Remember i XO TROl'BLi- ASER QUE5>TIOXS

Iiss Maclane:" she cried In a R eakrobe ONLY LINE OPERATING Q the Bee Hive Grocf'r)'. Direct Line to

".1l1 11 Madancr' the cried in n but distinct as the tone of a littleslicer ;: Dally Through Sleepers from JacKson- Fine fruit.choice\egetables family', cigars g'roC'HIEcan.Jle'and tobacco!'=,

voice, bell. "You hate" come to see : : heap for cash. F. Mention, South NORTH TEXAS

sir fan of the popular conception. I me! How kind of you!" Then sudden ,IIy. ville to New Orleans :Main: St., two uoore b-low city mar- NcW MeXICO
"Why did do it? g
da noted only that he wore spectacles I you m ket. I

ami that his uppcj lip was u-ry thin Uremia sank upon her knees beside :
and rigid. I In his companion Uietida: i the bed and took Klsie's hand. 0. ]For fall information and Sleeper Reseryationi, call on any Agent All persons who expect to assist in1

vas rejtiioed to CkY'u;:illN a 'oun;; doc I "It was an impulse mere impulse.: < Seaboard, cr write E t.tnt.rtaining the M. F. annual t confer-

fur cf lier acquaintance. Simmer Ken, I I she said" ; "but I am very :glad I came., A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. den Pass. Agent i "IIt''''. IVbruaiy ::. will confer with Rev. CALIFORNIA
I ,
dall. She ad\anced hastily, with extended : am so sorry for )'ou. ItIll a good Jacksonville E 1. \V O. Bartley, pastor of Zion XI. E
nurse. 1 have been taught./ Will yon Fla.
hand. i
let: me stay here with you until you art'Bell 8- C. BOTLSrJN, JR., Paaunger Ajeat Jackionvllle. Fla. e I: <'hurt'h.'Fancy.
"Ilr. hcudall'she
exclaimed "I had
BO nli.a you were connected with StW ? .e..IGle.. O.. 8mO..e..1 I large bananas, fancy King
wifrt tl's.! I have come to see Mi1Miller. !-. Two tears gathered in Elsie's ejes apples', rutabaggas': turnips, New York

Is she conscious? What has and glided slowly down her cheek ...'l.bage, cocoanuts, oranges, etc., just' General Passenger Agent
lOll,' said?" Her lip quivered like a child's."I .
.,nhi-il at Ca 'minski's New Exchange,
Thu physician seemed to be laboring; I shan't get well, she said. "I dOIl'iwant DALLAS, TEXAS
\\'f't: Broadway.
under considerable embarrassment lie to. --- ----- .
And then the tears came fast. FRISCO SYSTEMChicago
tonk HrenUa's hand with
a quick nervous \ *L. Green, the tonsorial artist and
nn,\'ement. and he clasped it harder SourStomach
(Continued Monday.) lightning shaver.fy razor shaves soft
than the forms of i*>lite society ptrnnt. & Eastern Illinois R. R.
I and sweet and my hair-cut is the best
But he did not meet the young
lad}'s eye. DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS I i ii 1 I hive two of the finest chairs that turn
"(lur patient is conscious he said. -Between- I j every wa)'. Razors fixed in all styles
appetite, of strength nervousness
"She has an excellent chance of roomcr ', _. ____ Call and be cOI1'lneed.est Broadway headache
: constipation: bad breath:
>'. Indeed under ordinary circumstances I St. Louis and Chicago next to A. Smith. general debuty. sour risings and catarrh of

there would be small cause fr tne stomach are all! due to indigestion Kodol

alarm. To our great surprise, we find T. "-. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's i, MORNING AND EVENING I Don't forget tlm there will bo a cures indigestion. This new discovery represents -

that she does nut know who inflicted Candy. Fresh shipment' received From LaSalle Street Station, Chicago..9:50 a. m.-9:10 p.m. I gland musical and literary entertainnieit the natural juices of d.gesticn: as they

the wound. It l weekl exist in a healthy stomach, combined with
may *+ only a lapse i.fmemory ) on Thanksgiving: nicrht at theI.j.
From Union Sta.Merchants B'dge) St. Louis 9:30 -9:46 I the known
a. m. p.m. greatest tor.ic and :
duo but I
to shock, myself fear ,
) Ft-llow-s' hall) by the Old FellowsI
: : Kodol
that she will ne\er be able to answer FOR SALE ,, Morning or evening connection at both termini with lines di- i ; Dyspepsia Cure does net
the i I royal time i= exj-ected. Come one only cur indigestion: and dyspepsia: but this
ipjestion. I
r! verging. I i 'lid all. famous remedy cures all! stomach troubles
"She does not know? echoed Itivnda.ou I
Thirty head of young Jersey cows, Equipment entirely npw and modern throughout.A : ty cleansing purifying, and
\ iiitM understand.; said Kendall
the mucous membranes :
I witht first and second calves. First The xicKean Lumber Company strengthening lining
"that the assailant stood behind doubletrack railway. : stomach.K' .
I class milkers. AVill be sold at barcam. 1 ju.'t reo-jved two solid carloads of iyshingles. S S Bill: cf Rave-.swooi
her He. whoever it Ill:!\ hate been. i> a ; W. Va., says:-
Equipped with pin'tiri! and iro\ed safety apph-wes. l.r,.;:,.: ', Call and ?*.P th -m. Rest ,;s; wih K;;T sto; !ich fr raer.ty years
.. Call on or write to D. M. Done ',
I ti ha\e entered the room K
t'UPPI'O I :sji cured. me a-.i *s are new mire! it in ir.J!
while Miss Miller was out on the bal Ocala, ria. Substantially constructed. "f the S A. Lpot.. before uring- fr .cy.

__ ",, Th.. also handle brick ana all kind* Kodol Digests What You EatEcr.
c+ nt I have had the place accurately I ;"""" """-'i' :' 'oY''R"% "" ". ;;;: ",.=...._ \ !

described to uie. In the corner of the PIANO TUNINGrrofeor - .if rough and dressed, lumber, and r'anugdr ; 'es :.....%. J'! 0' $a* he.i:r? 2'a tnesttetrI: !
!.ze.! se..s fr :0: cents.
room near the eastern window there I is with firewood on !short no-
; you Prepared by E. C. DeWITT CO., CHICAGO
quite' a large ck>.-et. l'l'rbtp'ou notJi .
.d : r. ('bar!. an expert professional ti' Sold by WM. ANDERSON. Ocala.U. .
piano tuner of Savannah. will ,
Itr,'nda inclined her heaL ThanK iving; is approaching and the S. CIVIL SERVICE

"The assassin may have hidden him- bt in the city for a w.vk. Anyone n
f-elf there" Kendall ,continued. Ii,:!" ire his s>>r\i,.e.' tan I"<1\,'" orders at th. to be had. Game in 8..1:001.: : !'i--!. Vegetables: : etc. r'a---ful attention ton ti>r ..1 grand entertainment that niirht.Thre EXAMINATION

M I:Her n-members stepping into then Star oj'k.II! work guaranteed. prc: an' n.... : W. L. JONES, Propriftor
will bta.. spfia! srrcice at
i in throusrh that eastern window, ::\11'. Fr* I -------- ---- .
:1\: 1 siu> knows nothing of what hap- i < ?\ rant Baptist ehurrh tomorrow th* board of uvjl! Ffrvi'examinrs of
j -PREhtIER, .
IL lud tk.tR c'en that moment and the SOUTHERN T :g!:!. Y.uiIl be pleased to heir the th- fifth U. :-=. civil service district,

\ DENS "ORE, HAMMOND RAILWAY h:-adquuits in Atlanta, Oa.: ,
t:::.,' of her awakeuins here. t l.v and eloquent, pastor Ttfo1. X announ< -

">!u will lire" aid T.reuda. ":,LI' i TYPEWRITERS :N'usome.The *.* that a fomitithe examination willb
*- h.-IJ for position of -rk-carrir
tt.ii l r 'iiiem"" 'r solar day" j'
-Just Received at- WorH s Fair Route. will be a grand t"n dollar O<'.,1 Ia, I'la.ocember; 26, 1&04 at 3o'
>he can never remember what shed
l out observe repl.ed Kenilall. "It 'I OCALA MUSIC COMPANY ..'ir.t at Jilt,'hell II Ul l tlon.lay nieht cIa k a. m. .
Ar'IIif-atfJns! will} not be acoejiteii unless -
lL.l ib I .> tiat! she neither saw n,1t heard ,, THE BEST LINE TO ST LOUIS i.- 14th i-ist.! for tn<- brfit of Xlt. rFreired by Mr Wannamak at;

t.t': :I"L *iIl. As to the wound. I hardly 1 FOR .\LEGt'nuinhite Derir.u- Zjr; ,a A XI. E. r'hurr h. and 1: Fats Athintit.! : Ga., before t p. November

kuow what to sa;'. The knife entered ; .'.a onion plants $l-o per thousand.FK"t'aid Car | A..! gin: you a chance to be the lucky 19th
i !Ntweeu tile first! and second rib! : Cry'tal"ax (pure WhiteIermuda Superb Dining :; ..!1in the hunt. Come one and all. All ir!;ons tvi=hir.? to take examina-

ai,.d l (p t.I>"',llk\"uwlrJ; close, to the tion shout suture blanks and fill them
bcih wall it would be alin ) $1.3 1 R...- !: tn! k'" fret R. S. Quarter- .
id. -pFr.
F: Order ron Delivered abouti any: n..J''af") corrections.
*t Impossible iafilct ;
.und. The assassin must have ItKnsiiiularly i January 1. C. H. Voorhees, South ''rri': j'l !g-=:, F P. Ga: ,Ison, T'rrJf"lr: ;, April'ttions for this examinationmut
I NORTH CAROLINA RESORTS. l.tfma<:le on prescribed form
i ,
ignorant of anatomy to Lake Weir. Fla. i i i)h.aun Xlesdam-s Josephine I r.g,
which with
: ; instructions
strike downward at such a spot, for the I I I'I II See High Bridge, (highest railroad bridge in the world), Famous Blue'I I I Lru-:illa Brown and f'rEP'; hii- may b: necessary from the commis-

chances were a thousand to one that I'I SEED OATS : Grass Region. Lexington and Louisvil le. t in,!; committee. xirs. XI E. Sanders; ion's lrx-al secretary II. G. Haytraft.

the bony tructure would protect the I Free Reclining Chair Cars and High Class Day Coaches. Through Pall eeneral manager C. Griffin. j at Ocala postoffiee.tOLEYSHONETHCAH.
vital parts. The knife should have I
Raised by Whitworth, and the earli man Sleeping! Cars Jacksonville to St Louis. In takine a stroll down West Broadway .
cleared the first rib and hit fairly l I
against the second. But it Lapi>cns that est harvested in Florida. For sale at Folders, rates etc., cheerfully turn ished upon application. you will ;ass: the Xpw ETtchanpo_ '

Miss Miller received an igloo ua this: i jthe Teapot Grocery. i J. C. LUSK. Dist. Pass. Agt. 105 TV. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla a neat an3 well kept grocery gad fruit ".'I'U Colds: Prevent 'DeumulaOCALA


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