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The Ocala evening star.

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Title:
The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. ; 61 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556

Notes

Abstract:
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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funding:
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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11319113 ( OCLC )
2052267 ( ALEPH )
sn 84027621 ( LCCN )

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Volume it Number I S 9. OCALA FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, J905 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yew _.-

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Ir'-JE- ANTHONY OXFORDWill I I II 'Phone ISOHERMITAGE



,Qoster Raisins, The Correspondent Makes a Patriotic f That All Important Bath Room "'"' 4 Have an All Hallowe'en Social I

Evaporated. Peaches, Suggestion-Johnson Paid for Tomorrow Evening. DAIRYFor
You have often heard people remark "If I were roRPpS'
Pears His Fun.
Apricots, I The Ladies' Aid Society of the M.
ever to bind, I would plan I E. Church will give a Hallowe'en social Your
Prunes Nectarines. Why can we not have a flag raisingat Ta
our schoolhouse? The lessons of my bath room first and would not pt tall at the residence of :Mrs. J. E.

all such occasions are good for the y Charles, Saturday evening, Oct. 2Sth.
into the with all
my money parlor Pure Milk\ and Cream
children; so many of whom do not All who wish to help in a good cause
Figs, in pound packages, six know the meaning expressed by the ,r* its finery." Thai is good common sense jl.I are invited to be present The ladiesof

pound boxes ,and loose different colors and formation of the a r sentiment, for the bath room is the most 1.' the society wish to raise money to .

Cooking figs.. flag. A love for the flag and for our L W'1 important of all the household. repair and paint the church, both of Delivered Every Morning at Your ,Door.

country should be instilled into their ? which are needed.

young minds at every opportunity.Last 1d4\! We word Hie to help you plan your Mrs. Dixson of Jacksonville is visiting Quality and Purity Guaran.ucJ.

.Mince Meat in bulk, con- Sunday afternoon John John- bath room and will gladly quote you her sister, Miss Flora Boyd, of this.
son colored, was having his own fun place.
prices on ,$bnf.rr Ware, the best
densed and in three and in his own way in the south part of Mr. cMac Blair left Tuesday for

town, when the marshal appeared on and most sanitary fixtures made. Dunedin.Mr. .

five pound jars. the scene and arrested him. They had ( I James Houston left Wednesday THE MONTEZUMA

ALSO- not gone far toward the cooler when I i for Dunnellon. Blue Bird. ,

Johnson concluded he had gone far

enough, but the marshal thought otherwise I Frightful Suffering Relieved 1
New Florida Syrup -
and applied the nippers. After I

having been locked up a short time Suffering frightfully from the \"Iru-I

,AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY. I Johnson was released under $2 cash I lent poisons of undigested food, -I
bond to appear before his honor Monday : Grayson of Lulu Miss., took Dr. King's
I FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO j
morning. His honor, thinking that i [ New Life Pills, "with the result," he!,,
Johnson had had big fun. assessed I writes, "that I was cured." All stom- !

DO YOU WANT him $15.Mrs. I ach and bowel disorders give way to| r p4rr V

Piper, who had been called to I their tonic, laxative properties. :23c.! 1 j >
TO BUY ADo the bedside of Mr.: Piper at Lacoochee, I ----- -I I at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, guar- -

returned with him Monday. Mr. Piper LEARN TELEGRAPHY CREAMERY BUTTER anteed. ,
is now on the road to recovery.Mr. i4 f'ttjit\k; f I ri
AND R. R. ACCOUNTING 25 CENTS A POUND SPRING i'PARK
J. D. Easkin is drilling a well on '
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the home lot of Mr. S. B. Daniels.Mr. .
JSP( to $500 a month salary assured -, The Carmichael & Son Co. keep constantly
G. M.:\ Brown has installed a new Hon. J. C. French, wife, wife's sister
gasoline engine of greater power in I our graduates under bond. Our six I on hand receiving a fresh supply I Miss Lzizie Young and Mrs. M. E.I j
two days delicious, ,
his grist mill. schools the largest in America and endorsed every pure Sears arrived rut Worcester, Mass.. r
I "Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per I
Mr. Peter Schrintr of Chicago, who by all railroads. Write for cat-I on the 19th inst. I r A
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37.
spent last winter with us, returned Mr. F. M. Harp and family are stopping ,
alogue. Morse School of Telegraphy
Monday: and is stopping with Mr. and I temporarily in the Jake Brown'!
I Cincinnati 0., Buffalo, N. Y., Atlanta, II
Mrs. George Stewart.Mr. ARE: YOU GOING WEST: ? I house. Mr. Harp has been seriously I
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Ga., La Crosse Wis., Texarkana Tex. '
J. D. Malloy is sawing timber to San Francisco, Cal. ill but is out again. A brother of Mrs
r I rebuild his mill. I I If you arp going west with the next ; Harp, Mr. Hinson, is visiting the family LEASED FOR TEN YEARSBest

Mr. C. C. Priest has started his millto ATTENTION! two or three months, consult this of- ,

You Want ToSell running regularly, making things I i ficc. It will be to your, advantage. I Mrs. J. L. A very has been quite ill Year-Round Hotel at Two Dollars a pay in Florida

lively in that neighborhood.We I \ I with dengue fever, but is slowly re-
Don't November 7 the
forget Jay( :
Rent or Buya notice a carload of shingles beIng I we start for Tamp.i. Get your show THE ORIGINAL covering. I lIp-TO-DATE, CLEAN AND WELL FURNISHED ROOMS AND PLENTYTO
unloaded, which would indicate Your correspondent and her bigger- EAT
stuff ready. Your neighbor will not
House tore some improvements.A Foley and Company Chicago, originated half have been wrestling with the den
I do your work, neither will he advertise
negro woman who was operated Honey and Tar as a throat and gue for the past two or three weeks I

Lot, or Farm? I on at the hospital by Dr Eaton Lind- I your work.business We will nor carry show your your product handi to I :ung remedy, and on account of the i iI I and are still hard at it. COL Y J.aasg J. HlPMjPROP\ IETO

ner about a month ago died Monday.The :\ .I Tampa free, show it and talk about it I great merit and popularity of Foley's Mrs A. M. James.is in Ocala help- t

Do You Want to.!; operation was successful, but ow- I and let the world know that we are Honey and Tar many imitations are ing to care for her daughter, Mrs. T. --
Mr. Mac Blair left Tuesday for I offered for the genuine. Ask for Fo- C. Thomsen and husband, who have
pushing along in the front of the pro-
Insure Life /of the patient she could not recover :Jey's Honey and Tar and refuse any been ill for some time.
cession. W. M. Gist, Com.
from the shoc'k.I I substitute offered, as no other preparation -i Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Packham were ? pl -- # -

Limb ? I We would again remind the tax payers will give the same satisfaction. ( callers in our burg the 15th inst. I l
or Property LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED I I
| of Anthony that the books will It contains no opiates and is safest I The railroad station is closed, and Arc You Coir To Remodel ?
close on the 31st of this month. FREE OF CHARGE for children and delicate persons. SoldI those. with a few exceptions, wanting M.
THEN LOSE NO
The Reddick boys, for some un- Phone 26 R. E. Yo.-ge &. Co. I I by the Postoffice Drugstore.H. to get to Ocala or other points must If so, you will do i it with the intention tf :improving upon present
TIME IN SEEING known reason, failed to put in art appearance I either walk to Oak .or Silver Springs I II
condition .
Friday. They have again to take the train. oi- tay at home. *

DITTO & MALONEY been invited to meet our scraped up I I Mrs. F. M. Harp is suffering from a 'r Our part is to interest you in our ability '

nine next Friday. ROBINSON, President. J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager. I severe attack of asthma. ti',It"I'i';''i to improve and pencct jour sanitary eqwpU '

I S. H. BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller.GOtVMERGIPL I IIU!.!, rr ment.
A JUDICIOUS INQUIRY
CURES WINTER COUGHJ. ;
: ; We do but LLd efn-ork-the
I I A well known traveling man who P :J.\-I- one best- ;

." E. Grover 101 X. Main St.. Otta- I visits the drug trade Fays he has often i:;,.-------- \ and: use the famous *Standard' Ware, every JI

wa, Kans., writes: "Every fall it has I !I heard druggists inquire of customers ,::::4t \h, piece: cf which is guaranteed by the manufacturers ';
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i been my wife's trouble to catch a severe BRNK who asked for a cough medicine '
t cold, and therefore to cough alii! << whether it was wanted for a I 1 i!fi to be strict/! first quality. Let's :

winter long. Last fall I got her a I child or an adult, and if or a child Jl.l: ; I talk; '.L over. We have samples in our show 1

ti- tle of Horehound Syrup. She bot-I OGALA FLORIDA they almost invariably recommend I ---'.-.;-k-0: :. room.

and has been able to sleep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The '

night long. Whenever the cough trou- ,reason for this is that they know there i'I }

bles her, two or three doses stops the I is no danger from it and that it always !- CO. ,
Your Business with will Protect R. E. YONGE &
cough, and she is able to be up and us you Against cures. There is not the least I

:z."cI well" :25c.! 50c. and $1. Sold by all I I danger in giving it, and for coughs ,
Fire and Careless of Funds. .
drurgists.\ Burglary, Handling colds and croups it is unsurpassed j I

COPVfklCMT I For sale by the Postoffice Drugstore. I II

GAITERVILLEMiss '

Inez Ross returned home from I PINE ,
AUTUMN PLEASURESAre INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS SAFTY DEPOSIT VAULTS
Ocala last week, very sick with dl"n-I Mr. and Mrs. Martin Howard and

many, but there Is none greater I gue, but we are glad to say she is im- ---- ------ -- -- -- --- i child. formedly of this place, are the ]i iI

than that afforded by a carriage ride; proving now. 'I' guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Munroel i

and. as our great object is to furnishour Mr. W. O. >>as and his sister Lula THE OCKLAWAHA INN I for a few days. | k'r ,

friends with carriages of every de- were business visitors in the Brick City Mrs.:\ Jane Hall has gone to Plant j PROTECT YOUR BOOKS )

scrlptlon that are matchless In their Saturday. City to spend a while with her son at i, t

grace and beauty of design, irreproachable Master George Thomas is on the that place. I I They're too valuable to bestrewn about the room or .

in style, combined with the great- I sick list this week. ; A Pleasant, Homelike House; Mrs. William Fast has gone to Tampa i house exposed to dust and damage 1 Of course you
est degree of comfort and thorough Holder was represented in Gaiter to help nurse her brother and family y can't help it, if your booh-case is full' and of the okj

durability, therefore those who wish Sunday evening by Mr.:\ E. V. Rayburn.Mrs. -r ti" Elegant, Airy Rooms and the'I who are down with dengue fever. ]! style solid construction. Better gel rid of such a case
l or start a new one that will always accommodate
the highest standard of excellence in J. T. Ross was the guest pf'" I Misses Mary Hall and Cecile Hart- i yourbooks ,
without being either too large or too smallonethat
carriages are asked to inspect our Mrs. Belle Deas last Wednesday. very Choicest Table Board. zog and :Mr. Frank Thomas attended I grows with your library and always fits it. TheElastic"
tock. Mr. A. D. Mitchell returned to Crys1 1 \ preaching at Citra Sunday.Mr. .

tal River Monday, after a few weeks' ; Special Rates in Summer, to J. H. Perry of Dunnellon spent I ::4 : .
S. A. STANDLEY & CO. I 91ub \4 r"ickc
visit here with his family. Violet i i Saturday night and Sunday with relatives :I

Weekly and Monthly Boarders. here. "

i PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ,II A crowd gathered with Miss rvi-ile! Book-Case

MONTHSGUARANTEE R I WILL MAKE NO CHANGE : Hartzog Tuesday night and cooked is the original and only up-to-date sectional book-case
some fine peanut candy.Mr. and is made the
by
.. MRS._ HATCHELL, largest manufacturers of such goods
N"o matter which candidate Is elected .' A. M. Davis of Meadows spoilt! in the world. It's furnished in variety of grades, sizes

"' ,tlast h I.*. No more I Foley"s Honey and Tar will remain 'I -' Proprietress. I several I days this week in our burg. and prices adapted to
d.raing If you buy I ,
1 : the people's favorite remedy for Mr. and Mrs. :-:. C. Rawls of Martin any and all require

IiDIB rDDPIDsiBry coughs, colds and incipient consump-I. OCALA FLORIDA I.ire the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B A ments. It's a system of
I C < units, each unit fitted '
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Grant ham
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tion. It and
cures quickly prevents .
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pneumonia. A. J. Nusbaum. Bates- I j Mrs. C. A. Perry is on the sick list
All tl* popular colors i iFor t I proof roller bearing
Men; Worsted. rifle Ind., writes: "I suffered for I Mr. M. M. Grantham is quit- EK"kith door. Bute'll be glad
sold onlv in lots cf I WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OK j 1\\ fe\er. Frog.i '
6 pairs for Jj 50;Colton three months with a severe cold. A I o s to show them if you call,
,6 pairs for$l.&x druggist prepared me some medicineand i i I or will send illustrated
rot!.aditso'; Egyptian Cotton six pair a physician prescribed for me, yetI I CURES CHILLS ANC FEVER catalogue on request
for $J.oo. A fjratet tuitt tntkFOft&ALB
..1,.". did not improve. I then tried Folsy's I I G. W. Wirt. Xacogdoches, Tex., says: ,, j
II Honey and Tar. and eight doses curedme. i HARDWARE i 'His daughter had chills and fever for ,

." Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. i three years; he could not end anything -
I I, : that would help her till he used t-
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M. FISH EL Oc.iia.na, DEXTERMr. I H-rbire. His wife will not keep house
; without it and cannot say too much

----- F. J. O'Hara has sold his interest ) p Jap-a-Lac j i, for 't" 50c. Sol. by all druggists.

at this place to Mr.:\ L. L. Mes s of i

Jacksonville formerly of Orange t "Wears Like Iron." ] RUTLAND
Springs This only includes the turpentine } I ,
I There is a great deal of sickness nthis
privilege for ten years, as the } Natural Jaa-lac io tlw bet community at present.Mr. OLD BV

timber was sold some time ago. I)] __ \'anll-h for j J. W. Colbert has been qui:- '!
.R A. A. Thompson left last Saturday 1 for the past week. Macivay
to visit his family at Astor. I Ji Hardwood Floors Mrs. J. A. Luffman and children ar* Vel' and ,

M. McQuaig:\ made a business tripto i visiting relatives at Rutland this w..k
I = t-itlu-r old or Ill>"''. It dries "
CUra Tuesday.Mr Mr. Milo Hals t A and Mrs. D. F. Simmons visited I .I # with a beautiful luster and call in Rutland.Mr DEALERS -

their parents Sunday and brought an.i M- '\--bl. of Anthfited ,v
MATTRESS tie Bernice on her first visit. lIt-I, retains its brilliancy through Ji.: ..:: i Mi.J J ,'ol'! HOUSEHOLD FumUSHINGg I

The Mill Creek svhool opens Monday!: ( war and tear right down to I, Mr H R ''.-.:<..:'. "i-" .n p.n'1",,:."' ]ERh1ThP! E fiND

WILL NOT LUMP with Miss Burleson of Citra as teacher. i, l fl ITU. h f-.r.. >' '- ",\-

II | the wood. Besides Natural. M- Albert! r will ..?.,. ui.g atr
WILL NOT PACK Miss Jennie ; OCAL- FLOC
Thompson who has t 'rr tly. says.
I lac omes in twelve col "Ill: Rumor
Manufactured from pure white cot- been visiting Mrs.:\ M. L. McQuaig. has JaP-a- \\-i'' ijuarterman return '. -
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ton felt, thoroughly clean and free !returned to her hofe at Astor. ors. It is i a >tain and varnish l ? kI1\azzit ilk Saturday. I --
J.i'
from all dangerous Mrs J.V.. Stevens and little son. is attending the
germs.
combined and rejlln'lu"You .tr Lt Grantham
Johnnie, who have been sick, (!
quite
Sixty Days' Trial a:,..,...ao. at Mclntosh. LUMBeR
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are out again.A everything about tilt I is preparing a
If, after sixty days' trial, this mattress can DO the Work Yourself II I Mr:\ Ed Clemmor-s de-
to the
ground. ,
Is not satisfactory, return to ltt>:.iutifurL"luet!
DAREDEVIL RIDE A Full Stock IIfll Kind-of \ friend. I
dealer (If tick is clean) and have your f l.gtit of his many
Often ends in a sad accident To heal ;
money refunded. accidental injuries use Bucklen's Ar- 1 PROMINENT TRAINMAN ROJOHORDRBSSEDSee

MciVER & MacKAY Agents. nica Salve. "A deep wound In my foot JapaEin i The A many trienis: of G. H. Ha san.i]I

from an accident," writes Theodore .
u E. & W. B. P.., at present
LALEXANDER"Practical Schuele of Columbus, O, "caused me engineer living in Lima. O.. will be pleased to or Phone
great pain. Physicians were helpless, from threatened
Ocala by of his recovery
but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly ? know "' was cur-
disease. He says: i SEYMOUR
healed it." Soothes and heals burns :' kidney using Fol y'i Kidney Cure\ B. H.
like magic. %5c. at Anti-Monopoly ed by especially ,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER COMPANY\which I recommend to all Ocala Fla4 ;;

Drugstore. who are rtnlbrlT tWcteTSold NO. 25.
PHONE
9LDN14AREIWARE trainmen |
Cartful estimates made on all contract Drugstore
Postoffice
the
work. Gives more and better work New Florida syrup, the first of the & MACDUFF ( by

for the money than any other In town. season, at the Fair, .



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L BITTINGER STARC. & CO. MAIL ORDERS AGENTS FOR

Solicited and PromptlyExecuted. RI INAUER & COMPANY STANDARD


C. Proprietor L Bittinjjtr and and Publishers.R. R. Carroll PATTERNS


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Editor and -General Manager LEADING l\ERCHANDISE DISTRIBLTTORSAn

R. R. CARROLL,

City Editor and Bu.lne.a Manager



ocrat Ocala: The Oct.above.-Editor article of was True published Dem-- Elegant Stock ot Rugs Carpets Mattings Portiere and Shades

by the Ocala Star-a paper that ,
pretends to be neutral In our local option -

fight but charges 5 cents per lint

for all we publish and inserts every

:p-;""' _. adverse is to prejudice piece of our news cause it can that find.the enclosed It- A Rare Dress Goods I SMART TAILOR MADE SUITS OUR SILK DEPARTMENT Linens and Towels.

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Is given to the Star's readers.' Selection Three different styles-Newest QQ-jAA CjQQfiA OQRAfl I Sole agent for Money Back Taffetta. We guarantee or money 72 inch SuperfineDamask

Pastor Methodist L. W. Moore.Church. We are now ready with the most of cloth the well season tailored in Chiffon and Broad- / ) uZJUU) back. Yard wide, at._____$1.00r $f..25J.50J75 $2.00 Heavy Irish make,worth $i.25, our
trimmed.
Ve, desire to call: your attention to this popular brand. price . .. .. ..
The above is an extract from a letter beautiful collection of Dress Goodsin -- u-- ---- 98c

written by Rev. L. W. Moore of all the Leading Fabrics and White Linen Embroidered Lingerie Waists, Strictly uptodateThe Choice Fancy Silks-For shirt waist suits in changeable effects, 24 x 24 Napkins to match_ __$2.9S

this city to the True Democrat of Tal- Shades. We are confident that we Ig in wide, at ____ .._________.__.___.____. -- -- --. .- --49c
Opera Brand at. __ -$2.50r $3.00, $3.50, and $4.00 72 inch Satin Finished'All
can please in this department Fancy Shadow Check Silks-27 inches wide
laha&see. you a large range of Linen Table Damask, heavy quality -
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The Star Is surprises at Mr. Moore. in everything from the an every day Smart Styles in Walking Skirts. changeable effects very good, at.__ _.. ...___ ._____ u____ ______79c at.
dress exclusive
house to most
lie doubtless believed he was writing
Chiffon Taffeta
-Wear guaranteed. In black white, red, Napkins to match .._
I for dressy occasions. navy eo ---$2.50
the exact truth but if he had first paida patterns The Latest Taffetta Silk Skirts Made of "Money Back' Taf-
visit to the Star office and asked for brown and changeable effects. Exclusive agents. 27 inch__ ___ 98c
etta: ranging from---------------------- $7.50 to $15.00DEPARTMENT. Table Damask In short length,
information, which would cheerfullyhave Chiffon Broadcloth-A Leader This season we have eclipsed all our previous success in this depart-

been given him, he would not 54 inches wide -- -------.90c ment and a look will convince you of our successful silk selling. 2, 2! and 3 yards. Regular 75 cent*

have made a statement so entirely OUR HOSIERY quality.- 49c
French Chiffon BroadclothMirror
filled with DOMESTIC An Extra Heavy quality .
error. SPECIALS 73c
The anti-prohibition leaders have Finish, in all the leading As usual the best for the money. Sole distributors for the Fa- h

paid or will pay for every line that shades for Tailor Made Dresses, mous Onyx Brand and Pone)' Hose. A great variety of styles for the Jx90! Bleached Sheets-made of standard brand muslin hemmed TOWELS TOWELS!

has appeared In the Star favorable to $1.25 quality ............$t.OO! little Babies, Misses, Boys and Ladies. All full fashioned and seamless and ready for immediate use 690 at____._ __ ___ u____ 59c Our
stock and is
their cause at 10 cents per line for Onyx Hose are the Best-in Cotton, Lisle! and Silk. assortment so
both the Daily and Weekly since the Black and colored Silk Voiles Pillow Cases 36x45-made of standard brand muslin soft finish extensive that we can not itemizeall.

campaign began. They paid for the Extra high lustre, sheer weight and Warner's Rust Proof Corsets.This and ready tor use at. ... _______ ... ...__J5c J9c and 25c We have them from 50 up to

clipping which headed Mr. Moore's letter soft clinging that drapes well, Yard Wide Fruit and Lonsdale Bleaching 8e yard 75c a piece, The best values in
per
and which he sent the True Demo- per yard.-.. .$J.QO to $2.50 brand does not need any introduction-a household word for Yark wide unbleached domestic standard soft finish 5c. Good quality town.: '
Ladies of Fashion. The boning is rust proof and each Corset is
crat as a specimen of the Star's lack guaranteed -
Good ,
Panama Suiting choicein outing 3c quality gingham 3c. Standard calicoes 5c. R t'er-
of neutrality. And they have paid for Very not to rust and stain the clothing. Prices, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00,
side checks and plaids kimona cloth 500
every article of the kind used from Black, Solid Colors and Fancy $2.50 and $3 CO, in the latest high bust models and medium shapes. 5c. Japanese gc. DO/.UDItSHMiDKERCHlEFS.

6 to 600 lines. Weaves for separate skirts and Hose Supporters attached. Ladies Neck Wear and Belts-everything new and up-to-date Irish linen, hand embroidered, init-

On the other hand the Star published tailor made suits. A leading fabric can: be found here. Swell stuff at lowest prices. Belts and hand bagsto ial Handkerchiefs, special, 6 for 75c

reports of the temperance meetings per yard_ ...49C to $1.25 COLD WEATHER ITEMS. suit e\'erybody in quality and price. Sheer Linen Hemstitched Hand-
at Anthony Belleview and other -
places, including extracts from the Sponged Serges The fine and BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. Prices the lowest and selec LACE CURTAINS & PORTIERES kerchiefs, regular value 150, .spec. -

speeches of the orators on those occasions coarse weaves, 48 in. wide. Will l tions the best in the markets. Blankets from soc to $15.00. Comforts ial 10 cents. -

without any charge. It pub- not cockle with rain. Navy,garnet in Cotton and Eiderdown 75c to $12.50'. An Extensive Variety- Brussels Net Lace Curtains at $3.50, $4,50, $5.00, S.oo. Irish Point 50 doz. Embroidered Haner-
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lished two temperance articles from brown, green. Special price, 75c and Point D'Arco Curtains $3.90 to 750. Portiers in the newest ef chiefs, hemstitched, neat effects;;.

the W. C. T. U. of Belleview without fects. A swell line ranging in price from 11.75 a pair' to 2o.oo.. all linen, special price 6 for 750.

a penny of charge. It published Mr Silk Waip Henriettas and Our Clothing and Gents Furnishing Department Nottngham ]lace curtains at 980 a pair to 350. Swiss bed room 50 doz Embroidered Handker-

Carn's report of the rally at Pedro asa Silk Warp Crespines Especially curtains 690 to 135.
chiefs neat embroidered effects
matter of news. It publishes all the Men's; Suits:: in Black Granite. Special $10.00Men's ,
adapted for fine Delicate --------- --
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gowns. all Sheer Linen doz.
notices of the W. C. T. U. of Ocala $2.75 per A
spastal shades, 38 inches wide : Suits:; m Fancy Worsted. Social ---------_- JO.OO I SHOES. value.
free. Instead of as Mr. Moore says, special good Regular price
charging for all temperance news, and I per yard.. ..$.OO and $1 25 Men's Suits in Black Clay Wonted .--- __________ JO.QO I The following Celebrated Brands: anywhere $4.00 per doz.

publishing every adverse item free,the New Mohairs-In stripes and Bo)' School Suits, ranging; from ---_ ____$.OO to $5.0C, Merriam's Line children______________ 65 to $3.0 0

Star has done just exactly the opposite shadow checks, for Shirt \Valse t Come and look at these Bargains when in need of a first-class article Wickert & Gardiner for ladies__________$3.00 to $4.00 A SALE OF WHITE BED SPREADS
and If Mr. Moore will call at th
Star; office we will take pleasure 1 in Suits and Skirts,45 inches, $. 00 for little money. Crossett Shoes, for men________________$3.00 to $4.00 100 Full Size Bed Spreads in Mar-

proving It to him. Beautiful Line of double width Stetson and No Name Hats in Newest Fall Styles:, None so good for the Money, Style, Fit and Wear. seille Pattern, regular $1.2598c

Mr. Moore can do as he pleases. He Dress Goods in fancy effects and Manhattan & Eclipse Negligee Shirts. Priestley's Crava- Bernalda Line, the Best $1.50 Ladies Shoe ill the World, Fringed Bed Spreads, adapted for

It can makes correct little his difference misstatement to the or Star.not. plain, per yard, -- -.-.--50c nette Rain Coats. H. S. & M. Winter Overcoats and Suits The Dovis, the Best t 82.00:? Ladies'; Shoe. brass beds, full size $f.50 to$2

But we think he owes it to himself to

convince himself of his error and inform -

has erred.those who believe. in him that he I 1 I Ladies'' Cloaks From $$2 to $$25; Children's and Misses'' Jackets From $$1 to $$10; Ladies and Children's' Sweaters From We. to $3. I


Remember the "Pet: Show" tom or-I I ----

row, Saturday afternoon, at 2 '

in the Gary grove on Fort King aven- We enter upon Fall 1905 with A MOST COMPLETE STOCK in All Departments and respectfully solicit an inspection fully
,
ue. It must not be forgotten that it

is given at the instance of the Band convinced that we can satisfy All Classes with our Extensive Variety of Honest and Up-to-date Merchandise.
of Mercy in charge of Miss Emily

Tat ham. and as the secretary: of the

band she desires that all members RHEINAUER & CO. THE LEADERS

wear their badges and ribbons, also ,
that the secretary will hand to the

members of the band the small ban-

ners to be used on this occasion. It DON'T BE A KNOCKERA crime I I, OUTRAGE NEAR ATLANTA iI i'
and criminals in a county now
will be occasion for the I II _
a great
young I II
the most peaceful and most ordl'rlyI : $50,000. .
masters and misses and their friends knocker is the worst kind of a I I the sKate the population taken into I I A Prominent Lady Assaulted by a Negro Capital ,".3
who to be out in force,
are expected
neighbor, the poorest class of citizen I consideration. Don't dispense with the I -The County Up in Arms to j
to teach the young that animals have
and detriment and drawback to open" licensed saloon and take on that
a any Catch Him \ HERBERT A. FORD, President
feeling the same as human beings and
deserve great consideration at our community. lie pulls down and back: which legitimate is much worse.saloon, Vote and for againstthe the I i Atlanta. (..a., Ort. 27.-Mrs. G. \V.lloore GEO. H. FORD, Vice President and Cashier.J. .
he doesn't succeed and will do all in open '
hands, who are supposed to be Intel- his power to keep others from suc- blind tiger and jug trade from I II : wife of a well kuoun and prosperous R. BROOKS, Assistant Cashier.
ligent beings and know what kindnessto merchant on IVachtree Road
other cities with too much businessjudgment
ceeding. Success. If not for him, must
the brut creation means. The I near this city was assaulted by a ne-
to abridge their rights.Keep
not be for others If he can prevent it. own
Gypsy ramp and the fortune tellerson the conditions in the county as' I gill :yesterday morning. At a late hour
Ocala and Marion county have felt
the ground will excite interest and the blows of the knocker, and some they now are, and you'll be glad that last nig-ht he had not been caught. Thej CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK

assist in making the afternoon memorable mighty hard knocks, too, from the you did A Business Man. j county police will continue the seatch.Ltrge
in good fortunes and smiles of posses will take up the hunt. It ,
hands: of fate and dishonest men. The Ii
happiness and appreciation. I i is feared the negro will be lynched if
city and county are recovering from MOTHERSWho
caught as there is much excitementin
The teachers of Marion county will these knocks. There were several of would keep their children in good I the community where the crime u-I I OF OCALA.
them, and heavy ones. The freeze
health should watch for the first symptoms ,
meet In our city tomorrow to discuss curred. :
came, the cigar industry went, the i of and them with J. K. CHRISTIAN
subjects of deep interest to them as worms remove iI i i R. L. ANDERSON
banks and building and loan associations j White's Cream Vermifuge. It is theI I iI GEO
MAcKAY.
ED
teachers and the cause of education I A PLEASURE TO ALL Directors HILLER.
failed, public moneys were lost I children's besi tonic. It gets digestion I ?
There will be plenty of room and seatfor sand I HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD
other adversities overtook us. By at j No pill is as pleasant and positive asDeWitt's
work so that their food does
spectators and those interested i ieducational in ( I I I I R. S. HALL. '
the exercise of a splendid and Little Early PJsers. These
energy them good, and they healthy .
work, and it would be a j grow up I I'I I -
('oncert'tion., our people have !11 j and strong. Sold by all druggists. famous little pills are so mild and effective I -
grateful tribute to these faithful public 'I I I
again managed to get the community that children, delicate ladiesi
servants and teachers of our children I A RAILROAD WRECK
to have in good shape. Don't knock this prosperity Goods that are good, at prices i i and weak people enjoy their cleansing 'I
as many of our people presentat I i i -
their meetings as is possible. We in the head and kill it, but Keep i are right, backed by a reputation that [ effect while strong people say they i i Four Killed and Fifteen Wounded in WATCH OF WORTH
trust a large number of our people will together, hold to the prosperity and we are proud of. Ocala Furniture I| are the best liver pills sold. Sold by! Collision in Iowa !i
add to it. Save the revenue to the 1 Company. j the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I a II |
attend this meeting. It takes place at I i
county. Don't impoverish our county I I[ la.. Oct. :
the armory and 10 o'clock is the hour i I Fairfield 27.-Four persons,
for the enrichment of Jacksonville and '" There is no better line of rugs i in I I STItAYED-Two dogs. Both male' were killed and between fifteen and 1 In choosing such constant: companion as a watch, one
Congressman Frank Clark, of Lake Tampa. Don't open the way: for 25 town than you can find here. Ocala ,: fox hounds. medium sized, one blue
should be careful
50 blind ;i twenty-five seriously injured ,in a col- j j to select, the best and to buy only at a
or tigers. Don't add to the .
City has started on the road to wealth. I Furniture Company.SPECIAL speiked. the other deep red. The blue i
I Hsion near here yesterday betweentwo store that guarantee watch cold
I
every
He will plant a pecan grove at Mac. dog disappeared Friday night and the I
Clenny.. other Tuesday. A liberal reward will;( fast passenger trains on the Chi-I There i.:; no store hereabouts; that can show you a better

i I te /given for their return or informa- I cago, Rock Island and Pacific Rail lassortment of reliable movements and fine cases than
road. The of the wreck is laid you
tion of their whereabouts by Robert cause
New Orleans gave the president a choose from
here.
Thomas mile : to the train dispatcher's office. I may Our guarantee goes with one
a and a half west ofKendru every ,
big ovation Thursday. He left last SALE i I
I -k. iI i of course.
night on the U. S. cruiser West Vir-
'!i3 on the way to Key West Nor. A big line of handsome quilts and We have an extremely fine stock of chain; to go with the
Jap-a-Lac, the i comforts Ocala
I great furniture garnish at reasonable prices.
Ot-\d then home. and stain. makes furniture look' Furniture Company. watches-both men'awl; womell.Ore: -c'arr)r and fully

gUl"1.. like new. A full stock of all finishes recommend Simmon's watch 'haiJis-the best known high
in the Monday
Stau- and
v.'is Ms purposing is again with at the his dt post>n- Saturday !!, and all Hardware sizes of Co.LOST packages. at the Marion -I'j I HOTEL WAS-A FIRE TRAP quality, gold filled chains made.

to
make a trip a.i'onrY interested '
i Six Lose Their Lives in a Confiagrai -
I !
prising
farmers of Marlon ..and it
them to OR STOLEN-From Kendrick i tion at Hct Springs

as the prizes make are exhibits very of liberal hay afltfk., and i.,.. ....OF.... i last Thursday night. a black 1 Hat Springs. Ark., Oct. 27.-Siibodies A. E. BURNETT
sixteen hands with saddle
mare high
lees r.o reason why ; : were taken from the Railroad
Marion tI
cannc W....
make I marks on both sides. Liberal rewardif Hotel on Olive where
as fine c-xhibits as j street. a small I
the stat any county i returned toV.. E. Nix Kendrick,' fire occurred yesterday. Four bodies I
j
: s Ready=to=Wear Fla. I were identified The others were

Mr. and Mrs : j charred beyond recognition. The fire
S. R. pyles of All '
Shad the latest styles in iron beds at
will make another individual K. j was caused by a lamp exploding. The BARGAIN TIME
exh'.b'of ; prices that are low. Ocala Furniture :
-..... farm and tousehold products at lh Company. I loss to the building was only $!5QI;.
------- TAmpa Fair. Last year they carrie-1::1 d Hats. I
.
n- h .. I
weepstakes and MEN ARE POWERLESS
persons J\T
pecting to-wren this well earned trophy ez-- ;I RAILROAD RATES to TAMPA FAIR 1 I

from them must get up long before We are not Exclusive !|To Fight Against Disease Unless They
Dealers THE SEABOARD AIRLINE will sell The Ocala
day. Mr. and Mrs. Pyles) will h, I Strike at the Underlying Cause Steam Laundry
tickets Nov.
make a display Invite the 14 and daily thereafter
that
will be a credit UdiesSpecial AtteufioS :i To treat Dandruff or Falling Hair
We1 Saturdays and
to Marlon county. \"ne but r-itept : Sundays, up tan.i :
Goods, as we Have > including all trains scheduled to| with irritants or oils on which a par- --
Gus Richardson of one of the Best Ass. News irnve in Tampa Nov. 30 at $3.5v for f-sitic germ will prosper is like scoop-
the Augusta Ga., is Ever Presented ; ire? cater from the ocean to prevent
force latest at the acquisition Boston to the clerical to the People of Ocala. These Goo,its round trip. I the ti.Jtfrom ri ing. SEE OUR RED LIST

will. have charge Store. Mr. Richardson Were Purchased at Prices that Defy .f BE PATRIOTIC You rannot accomplish a '
of -
the Competition -- "
advertising ---
and -
for We 1-5stb tory cure having a saustac.1'
this '
up-to-date can Afford to Offer 'v fn Marion who
Them county
as he is an old hand with theVncU to You for ACTUAL COST a tide of h..., :derstanding of the caus- EwLLTpriglit
ol F urged to exhibit some
he es of the trouble.
will fUlly kt forth the Material! It Will be to IJ" held at Ta I t
of this famous, mart of attractions to Your Interest to Inspect Them io!.!:;, There has been at the State Fair I i You must kill the Dandruff Germ.Newbro's .
merchandise. These Hats vi t-ember 13-30,: Herricide los this, because
Will iJIy; -
Speak for equipped !
building i
William Knoblock the Themselves. l"J a splenwoik. : -- : it is specially made to do that Piano
Martin founder of Premiums are offerrfman's''!
and thing. It
very
a pioneer .
settler of Ma- 6r own branch
rion cO'JOty.:1 in p'X. of woman's wW, Wh n the germ is removed, the hair
Ocala )
in*, shaking this morn- The beg the ladies of Marion county rLr'o Choice but to resume healthy
hands : to c I $239
with
his come forward
friends. This la Mr Knoblock's many tint Boston Store i exhibit the best of and all make For our county I'I ..Drstr t.eautr.

vitlt to Ocala In six: months. tion address informa! effect *sjw5ause-u remove the

Jiteran, U Is looking hale and hearty For a, t I Commissioner! Mrs.Ocala.B. T Fla.Perdue, Lady I I i Sold by leading-...... .
CCALA. glad cents in ;zt!!!_ Send Iii OCALA MUSIC co.
to hear
FLA. from ladies having fri,' stamps for sa
j I jcliies l etc Mrs. B. T. Perdue |! Herpicide Co.. Detroit Mich. to t''the, !!
S Co.. Special nq-
agents Ocala Ha. JEWELERS.OCALA .

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY OCTOBER 27, 1905 PAGE THREE


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OCALA OCCURRENCESA CAPTAIN HOWARD'S FUNERALThe HOW THEY ESCAPED


funeral of the late Capt. J. H. JUST RECEIVED : When he arrived in town this morn-

complete line of blankets at the Howard took place at 10 o'clock this ing Sheriff Gordon went to the jail and $1 0.00 RFEE '

Fair. morning from the residence of Mrs. I A full and complete line of I searched the prisoners and every nook !

Howse.: The body was laid to rest In I and corner of the cells to find the

New Florida Syrup at the O. K. Greenwood cemetery. Mr. Mclver of I :; means used in unlocking: the corridor

Grocery.Mr. McIver & MacKay's undertaking department and cell doors. He found on the perI -
To the Pei-son Guessing the Nearest Number of 'Tablets in
had charge of the funeral; HIGH GRADE SHOESFOR I son of A. :Menchew, a white man, two :

Bassett of Anthony was in the arrangements. A great many friends splendid and well made keys one for the North Window of

city today. and most of the relatives from the I j the corridor lock and one for the cell o _

Grahamville: st'Ctionere present, anda door lock. The keys were made one -
Ever Ready Batteries. The Yo\se' wealth of beautiful flowers were laid I from the handle of a cheap gray metal -

.r 4. Cline Co. on the bier: and grave. table spoon and the other from the The Variety Store
c I
LADIES and CHILDREN. handles of two such spoons riveted
1 Go to the Ocala News Company for A NEW TURPENTINE COMPANY together to give it more strength. The

f' wedding presents. locks are heavy padlocks and at some
The only condition you have to comply with is to
Messrs. J. R. Moorhead of Ocala, P. time when the locks were unfastenedthe Purchase

:1 Crepe tissue! Crepe tissue! At the T. Randall of Connor and R. IL Johnson The kind that fit well and look man had made a pattern of the STATIONERY to the amount of twenty-five cents.We .

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. of Lebanon have just purchasedand hasps of the locks and made the keys
sell all kinds of stationery cheaper than housein
leased about 8000 acres of round right. Let us show them to you. I from the patterns. The cutting on the any

When you want anything to read timber near Lebanon and west of complicated pattt'rnswas done with a this state. Our goods and prices compared with those of

go to the Ocala News Company.An Dunnellon, and will begin at once to i I I barlow knife with infinite care and
open up a big turpentine farm on the I pains. The two spoon handles were any other house will easily convince the most skeptical.A .

Immense line of sheets and pillow land. The firm's name will be Moor- :taENSTON PASTEUR COMPANY riveted together with rivets taken

cases at Melver & MacKay's. head. Randall and Johnson. The head- from the barlow knife handle, and

quarters, or business office, will be in I II I I- __ _. t| bradded with an old broken padlock
-0 f
The Fair has put in a pretty line of Ocala, In charge of Mr. Moorhead and I I i i in the cell on the. iron sewer pipe. FEW ITEMS FROM OUR STATIONARY DEPARTMENT:

holiday china and glass novelties. Mr. Johnson will superintend the workon i The Ocala delegates to the Marion in which the Mrlntosh people treatedthe This man, strange to say, with several

the farm.ATTENTION. i Baptist Association at McIntosh returned : delegates is on the lips of all. 'I others who might have done so, did 300 pencil tablet for A
page
Mr. Holliday, marshal of Citra, went i this afternoon, namely. Rev. C. ,I not escape. He is in for tampering C

to Martel on business this afternoon. SCHOOL TEACHERSThe r. Carroll W. D. Carn and Mesdames Mr. Tom Moore, one of the faithful I with the U. S. revenue. Three of the I ------ -------'---_-- '-,'---

Jackson and Spurlin. County Superintendent employes of the postoffice. has rented escaped convicts out of the' seven have 400 page pencil tablet IT _
: o.
FOR SALE-Good buggy harness, teachers' meeting will take placeat ; of Schools R. L. Turner of Inverness the Judson Edwards old place, on been caught. Randall Preston gave ,_ -
etc. A bargain. E. E Cline, Ocala. the Methodist I I ---- ---_._---.-"---|_--_A.jl$
church instead of was a delegate and was made Magnolia street, and fitted It up for a himself up. Charles Washington was! '
at the armory, tomorrow.Ed 'j clerk of the association and W. D. list class boarding house. run down and "treed" near Re-ddSck 5c ink tablets for .. ; ,* ;J *:
A choice and complete line of I 4c
groceries I Carn was moderator. The meeting wasa by Mr. Rawls' crnvict dogs in chargeof
at the Fair. ------------.-----------------
Carmichael. a former businessman great success and the royal manner Delicious fresh candies at Troxler's.I Deputy Weaver. The third, Raymond '

of Orlando, rode over from Ocalato I Edwards, was caught last night lOc ink tablets, pure linen for Q _

Mrs. Clarence Camp came In from this city in his automobile, arriving --- -- --- near Blitchton. He is in for forginga .
Jacksonville this afternoon. ---- ------ ------
here yesterday about 5 p. m. He reports -I money order and Washington is
the roads in excellent condition. I charged with a similar offense. Eaton-Hnrlbut's Irish linen tablets for I J 4 -
and other small .
Carpet remnants
-Orlando Star 26th. I MONEY SAVED
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rugs at big bargains. Mclver & Mac-

Kay. Sheriff Gordon came In last night AN EXTEMPORARYWith Eaton-Hurlbut's twotone linen tablets for 'J A C

from Plant City, where he had gone to Apologies to Brother Setzer's
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New Florida Syrup at the O. K. visit his wife and baby and rally from ""* *
ExtemporariesHell 80 examination tablet sells for 10c our'price A
Grocery. the "shakes" that held him for a week. AT page -

While down there he went fishing witha is said
Sheriff Carter and his deputy, Mr. |>arty of friends and in an hour they with a terribly hot clime to boot.

Payne, of Inverness \\.-r(, in the city caught 220 bream. Just now Sheriff Whatever its difadvantages are andit 5c composition} books for 3c
THE FAIR"FOR ,
to1 Gordon is giving his individual attention doubtless has many, it is hell. Waris ...
y.The -------,--.- -.----- --.-----

to trying to head off and again this also but a gas engine in a print lOc composition books for *." ; -:1-_" '*

Ocala .News Company Is open- corral the escaped prisoners from the shop has them both skinned to death. 5c

Ing today a beautiful line of new holiday county jail.WANTED. N'o one man (for it takes a pluralityof -----

books. THE GASH" WE ARE SELLING: I 'em to see all of its worst points) I' 15c composition books, leatherette covers, for .OC
can begin to describe the peculiar
-A good man at the fire

Twenty pounds of granulated sugar station. Boys not wanted.A. 20 }pounds: Granulated Sugar for______ ,___ ________$t 00ArbuckleV traits of cussedness of which this engine ------
for $I, cash at the Fair. J. Brigance Chief. can be guilt of development, but All standard makes of 5c lead pencils for .

Coffee, per pound_____ ____________ -_ f 5 ''as his years ripen and his wisdom increases 3co

Welch's grape Juice always on hand Madam Esmeralda Faa, queen of Best;; Grade Green Coffee. 71-2 pounds: _..______ ____ \ 00 and likewise the gray hairson --------
for family trade at the PostoT< I the unbald spot of his head, he Good lead pencils for f _
the British Gypsies has arrived, andis
Drugstore.Mr. Other Grades Cheaper, gets a fair insight into its possibilitiesand '"
I willing to give her well known service ------ ------ ---------..- ---- :
freaks. .
and Mrs. K F. Wilson of Inverness in the noble art of palmistry in One Half Barrel Sack Best: Flour guaranteed__ 2 85 Business Manager.Sim 5c ink and pencil erasers f
this
is slander the
says a on
aid of the Ocala Band of at
are in the city today. Mercy c
Other Groceries: just: as: cheap. He it is
gas engine. says a good engine . .
her encampment on Fort King avenue ------ ----------
Ladles' knitted shawls and fascinators tomorrow afternoon. Admission, 25 Wide Yellow 5 that it is all right, and he con
cents. Yanl. Homespun, heavy good qnaIit) _. mace) it do anything a horse can do, loc combination pencil boxes for f Oc
all wool, at the Fair. :
All Standard, }Fast Color Calicoes: _______0__ . ____ 5 except eat oats, and the only reasonit ----------------

This is koaatc: weather. We sell ko OYSTERS ARE IN SEASONThe $1.50 Blankets: for per pair _____________ ___ _ tOO ;! broke spit fire in his face is because he lOc pencil boxes for ..""". -, -- ,5c
dab and kodak things. The Postofflce one of his own rules and tried ,
..
Drugstore.Mrs. 81._5 90 i to look at its teeth and twist its tail -*--WM--V-MW- ---------- i
-------------------- #351
Elk's; Cafe the _
opposite
.. at the same time. The Devil. dozen, '" i f
Xl >; u 75 Spencerian pen points. per >: 8cs
A. C. L is ---- -------- ------
passenger depot, now j jSheetings .
Walter Ray and child of Martel a gas engine anyhow.The -
-- ------ ---- -
returned home this afternoon from a serving oysters in any style. The I Foreman. .-

visit to North Carolina.Men's only a la carte house in the city. I Good pen points, per dozen iSC
,.
and at old Prices I II HALLOWE'EN PARTY ,
Strictly first-class in all respects.G. Bleachings ---- ---- ------------
and bays' sweaters a new line I

just received, at the Fair.A R. TROXLER, Prop. The ladies of St. Catherine's Guild lOc rules for K-
C
No Advance.A
will give a Hallowe'en entertainmentat
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The examination tablets for school I the Episcopal Oklawaha
assortment of Wilton Rectory
large Royal
Colored 14 colors in box for '
rugs, very handsome, at Mclver & examinations the Anti-Monopoly I avenue, Tuesday evening, Oct. 31, beginning crayons, :..4c

MacKay's. Drugstore, price lower than any, Is! BIG LINE OFLadies' at 6 o'clock. ------------ .

he best in Ocala. See and believe; There will be all kinds of amusements
Colored 28 colors in box, for] C-
,
crayons
Druggist C. R. Tydings is again a? also ink and pencil tablets. Men's and Children's Sweaters appropriate for the occasion. C
his post of duty, after a long tussle I I II The spirit of Hallowe'en will be visi- ------------ I

with the Among the newly elected aldermen ble everywhere. Everything will be for C-
dengue.D lOc ink in patent bottles
,
in Miami is W. H. Chaille, a former I Prices Low. Best Shoes at Lowest done in true Hallowe'en style. Deli- C

resident of Ocala, but cious refreshments --------------------
fable rooms for rent, near the now a prosperous will be served and

aqua. nicely located. Apply at this and progressive merchant of the Prices Every Pair Guaranteed there will be lots of fun for old and 5c ink, for A *

Office. Magic City. young.
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Come and , Remember the Ocala News Com- New Florida Syrup at the O. K. i TUESDAY OCT. 31. Eaton-Hurlbnt's linen swiss box paper, worth 50c. 28c

pany has books to rent. Come in and Grocery.Mrs. A,1. WEBB PROPRIETOR. forGood
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see the list. II

Lemon and children have gone I box paper, imitation cloth, for 12c

Mrs. Irvine, who ran the Edwards to Tampa for an t'xtended'Islt.. They I
l -"""*" --------
House, has taken charge of the Carlton have stored their furniture for the \
THE PUBLIC HAS DISCERNMENTLet assorted values some worth 25c.,
box
House to relieve her mother, who jresent. Good paper, JOe

is In poor health. I :I for __________ ____=_______ .
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I I
FOR RENT, UNFURNISHED I .
For decorations or designs use crepe : pleasant upstairs ruoms, in one of the store these It never pays to jug- lOc box paper, for 5c

tissue paper from the large supply at wst residence sections of the city. Apply I any Candies and Chocolates at __________ ____________ ______ 0

the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore; largest at the Star office. advertisements gle with anything.The .
and times for
assortment, colors and shades now in I days use T. W. TROXLER'S.0. Good note paper, a pound t Oc

Ocala. We have just opened up our big fall that "talkbigger" most clever trick- i _- -_- __- ___ _- ---- ------ ------ ----. ., -.

and winter stock of Vool blankets, in I Mrs. J. B. Cutler who spent the
Major Priest of the Daisy section all weights and at all prices. McIver ster makes a slip now! summer in the mountains of North Not only do we sell cheaper, but we give you chance

has made a fine crop of white clover & MacKay.ike I than the goods I Carolina returned home this after- at the $10 prize. This contest will close November 15. _

hay. It is as sweet as honey and as and then. Closely iol-j! noon. Mr. Cutler, who went to meet
toothsome as sugarcane.An Simmons, the artistic colored : and how soon that store f Mrs. C., returned with her. You do not have to buy 25c worth at one time. You

decorator, is papering the office of the lowing the men's suits i checks till the amount has reached

elegant line of beautiful quilts, Vontezuma Hotel and doing it with I will learn what wonderful I I may keep your purchase

comforts and blankets at the Ocala tie and scenic attractiveness.Have in newness of weaves i I ii afternoon The following to attend teachers institute came work in this at 25c, then bring them to our store and you will be given a

Furniture Co. discernment the pub- i the armory tomorrow: Mrs. Lula Brad *
you seen those little alcohol and in textorial patterns : guess.
ford and Miss Taylor, McIntosh; Miss
Colonel Livingston is in Jacksonville stoves at the Postofflce Drugstore. Just I I .
lic has. And isn't it Elsie Schneider Kendrick; Mrs. Ly- At time after we have sold you a pair of SHOES and you do not think that
The : any
oa important business matters. the thing for these hot days, and cheap boy's suits ; ticket
nrs.fartin; Miss Ella Lyles Orange you have received your money' worth, please return them with purchase
loo. Costs you 75c. for the stove and i' Lake: Prof. W. F. King Reddick, and showing amount paid and we will gladly refund same. !
We have as pretty a line of fall and 2c. an hour to run it (likely that the store at the Guarantee'. Miss Ella Sherman Shiloh.
winter dress goods as can be found in i

town. The Fair. Mr. F. L. Watson, who has been absent -i that exaggerates in the Clothing & Shoe Co's.i|
i j At the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Mr. Albert In the\Gerig ecund is ward having put his in first-residence ern Jacksonville.states for six came weeks Mrs.down in Watson different last night will South-from remain -j I I paper to get you in will are a distinct achieve- \I j i I i! mien uhihit paper lasts and can envelopes be had, fabric one-pound finish THE VARIETY STORE-

any shade, for 50 cents. See thesamr.les
class shape and painted. in that city for some time to much ment. But there'smore .
claim
come. too againto I displayed.I

FOR SALE-Second-hand square piano that charms the
into !I and Mrs. A. R. Toph will move 1y cloudy
cheap; cash or on installment. H. The Dunnellon/ Company is extending persuade you WEATHER F
fiom the Montezuma Hotel in a few uth portion;
'I i
D. Stokes, Merchants' Block. its railroad from Inglis three: miles eye. A graceful freedom MillineryTHE north
lays to their handsome home on South warmer In
.
I further west along the bank of the buying? But no amount Wuhln "
Third street east, which Mr. Lemon ;"l ona.
Miss Jessie Maughs returned this i river to Bear L Aiding. Messrs. J. R. of style, conform- ;'I tonight
has occupied for some" time.
afternoon from a three: months' vacation i and Alex. Visor /'ad are laying out the of talking will keep cot- Sa
MOST larg-
and tissue paper
spent in the North. right of way. ing to the prescribed crepe
: Mr I. H. Burkart of Baltimore, man.tger *

ton threads from wear- for the Baltimore Promoting F a s h Iona bAND I Monopoly r.
If you are going to put down mat Dr. Stalberg of Philadelphia whexJlrt.ts style at the important
Branch of the Heinz Pickle and Pre-
ting, we would like to show you whatwe to make his home in Ocala,
,
: ing out. No make of serve Works of Pittsburg. is at the UP I ITT T andaHoth-
have in that line. Ocala Furniture will arrive tomorrow and stop at the points, but cleverly I Combs bruliiOH. swrnges,
Montezuma. with his three assistants and Comany. -
Company.Mr. Montezuma. ar toilet articles. Tydings
;flimsy cotton sewed I for a f"w days. Mr. Burkart Is more r' I .
varied to I )
] give originality -feliWinter Season are r
I I I j than pleased with our city: and the fine -
.
Aikin with the Florida Plumb- I
loc and Electric Companreturned READ THIS; i! seams do the work of and exclusive- business his company is doing here. xhibmon at my Millinery If you are looking for a quiet homelike -

today from Crystal River. I j The promoting crew will be in our F rs in the Ocala House. Call andVee house to stop at yet possessing all
Dothan Ala.. July 13, 1S99. i city for several days longer. of a big, modern
silk.uT alk is cheap"that's ness. Good taste, :i I Them. of the advantages
Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.-Dear : ShlpJ 1an'1 :Montezuma -
Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Wilson of Citrus I hotel, try Colonel
SirCe: have been selling your Texas i New Florida Syrup at t} MINNIE A. BOSTICKCol. pleased.
MRS. be
of the Montezuma tailoring i and you'll
county were guests good goods
I Wonder Hall's Great Discovery, for why some storesuse i Grurery a load of ,I
yesterday and today.
two years, and recommend it to any- I. .1 to be found blue flame
and
suffering' with kidney troubleas But do the ever. I o. L. Booher one of Ocala's brilliant Stoves and ranges, ".
Rev. Edwards business manager of one any it. you tt Mf Marion's ex-\\ O. T. Green oil stoves, all sizes and prices. can
being the best remedy we ever sold. thtaiffe : lights, was in InvernessWednesday
the Southern Witness at DeLand. attended I pa Fair.in legal and look the stock over. Marion Hardware -
Yours truly, But the G. C. Id iri I greeting his many friends -
the association meeting at :Me- paying. Company.
Chronicle.Others
J. R. Young.A hIt has enr.e admirers.-Inverness
Intosh. He came to Ocala and wenton j ,.Seaboard Air Lint Ry. and

clothes back $2.50 I the Bell Telephone compan-1 I
to Lakeland this afternoon. ItAAS WONDEROne Co. can I J r-r-r-ir.g its wires over may have furniture, but for The finest and most complete tock
Ii fr.nr and cosmetics
toilet
t ,
II i I ) perfumes soaps
The Marion' Baptist Association paid malt borne 01 tee Texas Wonder claim made. I it at.ktThis is the line to exten.j.from the same price our goods are better. in the city at Tydings and Company.You .

Superintendent Cam a neat compliment Hall's Great Discovery, cures :ail : up every Jacksonville to Grahamville. I Ocala Furniture Company.

by electing him moderator of the kidney and bladder troubles, removes 'All: can find the latest and most

association for the third tim He is gravel, cures diabetes seminal emissions wool and expert $8.50SHOE ; The DeFuniak Fair opens November I There is nothing in the furniture fashionable box paper, etc. at the

worthy of it. weak and lame backs:!, rheumatism -I Editor Storrs:: of the Breeze has line too good for you. We have it. Ocala News Company. f'
tailoring $7 to $20. made t1 brave fight for Its
and all irregularities of the kidneys Certainly i Ocala Furniture Cimpany.

Col. 1... W. Duval came down from and bladder in both men and won I -uc-rss. Among the oratorical attraction Eye strained, if neglected may lead
men. Regulates oladder troubles in __ - I II at the fair will be President Har-r Call and
Ocala on some legal matters Tuesday I We have In stock and ready for to total loss of eyesight.

afternoon and spent Wednesday anda I I children. If not sold by your druggistwill "INO & GO \...y Jordan of the Cotton Growers' Union 'I Immediate shipment 2. 3. 6, 8, 12 and< have Dr. D. M. Boney examine them.

part of yesterday in town.-Sumter- be sent by mall on receipt of S lOne : r ? and Congressman Bill Lamar of 15 horse-power gasolene engines made Office up stairs, Gary building.

villa Times. small bottle is two months' treat- GUARANT 7 al1abassce: the International Harvester Com .;..
ment and seldom fails to perfect a'cure. by Marion Beautiful Japanese china. Don't
better.
DEALERS
An Immense line of comforts, hand- Dr. R W. Hall, sole manufacturer. ONE PRICE Mrs. W. C. Bull and her mother, Mrs. pang and there Company.are none fail to see It, at the Fair, -

somely made In silk and cotton, and O. box 629. St. Louis, Mo. Send for HOUSE BLOCK.i i T. J Blalock, left today for :Madison. Hardware i
OCALA!
beautiful In design; the prettiest ever testimonials. Sold by all druggists and f.
I
seen here. Mclver & MacKay. Anti-Monopoly prugtore.

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.. : i II How Is Baby Today I;i; COLORED PEOPLE'S DEPARTMENTREV. HATS! HATS! HATS-!

: .
Dan Came Back t '
Why ; : Better, thank you.: In fact, quite well
.
I J. E. A. KEELER Editor.
1 v Deafer InItarit t Fat, round and full of life; and mischief.

i f Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim :

and etkd..PLiha Beat o3 Ml [Copyright.;. by: E. S. yTcClure] 'I ples. No cough, no indigestion.All :,i Mrs. Daisy Richardson continues THE BROADWAY MILLINERY STORE

1 Ban Skinner, son of a farmer, bad i on account of ;i \ery ilLBargains. ,

been a lazy; young man at home, and i
Ys4eaNO j Bargains! Bargains! At
had doubtless enlisted as a soldier

fJ thinking be was going to Lave an easy I Ilte Ocala Bazar.i Next Door to the New Racket; Ocala's Cheapest Store
i
:" aBiilt'PoultJfJ. time of it. He found bat little time c i:j I Johnnie Green, the son of Mrs. Mary has on exhibition the largest and most varied assortment of

that a volunteer soldier could call his II .\. Green, left yesterday for Jackson-
(I the latest creation inLadies'
'FLIES ARE ALLOWED IN OUR STALLS own. There were drill guard duty ill fI .

police duty, washing mending, digging w
I
SHARE. ; YOUR TRADE WITH US, and delving, to say nothing of figlaii.3 ; administered by a mother whose toni The hour:: of meeting of they. M. C.

*# SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. and marching. The day came when I i tempered with common sense. t IA. has been changed from S to 4:30: 1lisses'nd Children's Hats and -
;
he refused fatigue duty and was sent She knows that OZOMULSION is I p. m.

FREE- DELIVERY.. to the guardhouse. From that day for a fountain of energy for grown-ups,I' For fashionable dress making- call High Art Millinery Goods.
three months he under
on was punisb-
I I too. It stops waste oi flesh. It makes on Miss Mamie Carey, at the Marion
Phone No. U *. Stalls H and 13, City Market., meat most of the time. lIe came to I II
.. of rich blood. For feeble 1
- plenty pale, House, S. St.
I Orange
be an object of anxiety to the officer Visit the Xew Racket special Shoe, Hat, Cap and Clothing
folk it is the chief nourisher life'sfeast
.. and an object of contempt to his comrades I I at I
'- I For comfortable lodging and first '
Sale the talk of .
: and then he was ready to bring j,: It cures Consumption when everybody.
I class board call at the :Marion House.
climax. One he taken in time. Ail druggists sell it-I I
.J.R. MARTIN & CO. on a day lay on the i I :Mrs. P. G. Gowens Proprietress.

broad of his back In the sun and i 30 cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let us I

thought it all out He charged the send youFree IIair switches and pompadous neatly -

people of the United States with bring- I !i made. Ladies who wish work done

,., ing on the war for no other puri,oe 1, Sample Bolile by MWrite \I in this line call on Mrs. X. A. Hill 212X. if *.
;
GENERAL LIVERYMEN than to get him down to the front anti :l l I letter or posS;.. mozoMUt.SiON I Ii I Magnolia street. I
hare film killed lie denied the right -A
i !!
CO. _
of the government to put him to man Ft-s."r.den Academy at Martin is in t _

K Fine Carriages Buggies and Traps ual labor and abridge his hours of Q8 Pine Street New YorkP1LS : : \try: healthy condition. Its growtht I I i,
,
I sleep. He was an ill fed, overworkedand '" steady and gradual taking firmer}

Drummers, Carryalls: Saddle Horses, etc. much abused young man. lie hadbeen .
singled out for the officers' spite. ,
One of the ablest ministers of the S'
and the letters! he had written to Pl'e"i-,i ;
FAST HORSES Second Bethlehem Association will fillhf
FINE VEHICLES :
dent Lincoln about it had remained 1 .
f
!JUpitun.'lar.' : at Covenant Baptist
unanswered. I[
H
"
'Much. Everybody
invited
When Dan had spent an hour in j i
Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses I
thinking, he made up his mind that "I have goffered with riles for thirty-six years. I Several of subscribers have 4 s
One ago tact Ap-il I began taking Cascareu our been
year i ,
Boarded fay the Month at Special Rate. there was only one recourse left him- ; for eonst1 atlon. In the 'coarse of week I noticed I -it off hpcause they were behind with for Rheumatism Cuts
toe piles began to d.aapprar and at the end of six
desertion. He would make his way weeks they did not trouble me .at all Cascareu their! accounts. They are vexed, but I A S ur C Ure Sprains Wounds, Old
bare done wonders for me I am !uirej cored and '
old in the north and /
back the farm
to feet li'.ea new man" Oeorgr hryticr, Napoleon< ,U they haven't anyone to blame buttlivmselves. Sores. Corns, BUnIons.GaUs ,
.- J.R. MARTIN & CO.SAT to pa and ma and tell them all about Pay up and keep up. Bruises; Contracted Muscles Lame Back, Stiff Joint.

it and be looked upon as a martyr. It'' nest for I I Frosted Feet. Bums. Scalds, etc.:

never occurred to him that he would' The Bowels ,, Wt again announce that we posi- AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflant

tU be pursued and was sure to be caught.! 11\t-ly cannot insert matter in this department mation and drives cut Pan
Two nights later Dan Skinner dodgedthe which there PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, y
is
over a con-
r;:::: T J promotes a free circulation of the Blood giving the Muscies
,. camp sentinels and became a deserter t ti'iVfias, to the legality of the same. natural !

lie had selected a route, but 'I CANDYCAT ARTIC ,i"r do this to save wrangling from elasticity.

By Taking Your Meals at the owing to the darkness and a scare or 1 i-ither side. Bear this in mind. BEST ONCE LINIMENT TRIED ALWAYS ON EARTH USED -z
'
two he became confused and tiually I II t
II I Sister Katie Morriston died at her
held a pretty straight course for the I I RHEUMATISM
', hi.me at Santos Monday at 10 o'clock CUBED SGIftTiG
position of the enemy. Jut at that Plea an'.Palatabte Potent.Taste Good Do Good
NEW IDEA RESTAURANT I Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. lOc! :25c.58c.Never :tnd was buried at 12 o'clock the next
and at that time the two armies
point | old in balk. Tbe tablet stamped OCC. -
were fifteen miles apart, with partita t Guaranteed to care genuine or your money back. ; ( ..l"o She was a faithful member of Mrs. E. Stepson, 500 Craig St.,KnO t ,.

from each side raiding over the neutral Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or NV593 i .-aln\ry nartisthun'h and died very Tenn., writes: I have been trying the bathsof .

11 i ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES i i'i .ll!!})'. Her memorial services will beIuttPndrd Hot Springs. Ark., for sciatic! rheumatism, but I
Where the Best Meals and Lunches in the City are Served ground. When Dan had gone ten mile'he relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment
later. She leaves more ,
i a husband get
*.. 4 at all Hours of the realised that he was lost and lay :!I than any medicine or anything I have ever tried.
Day or Evening. three children sisters, brothers and a
down in the bushes to wait for daylight LOW COLONIST RATES VIA THE I Inclosed find postoffice order for f 1.00. Send*me
.
'I'
Parson Yotmge, the Noted Oyster Cook, the Best in Flor- When- he awoke he found him- I LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R, R, her lost death.of friends We and extend relatives spmpathies.to mourn large bottle by Southern Express.
J Hlf! close-to a log farmhouse and hun- I 0
w AND
50c $1.0L
I THREE SIZES: 25c
ida, has Commenced Serving ger and a desire to be set right as to To California, the West and North. I The address of President Rooseveltto
BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE
his road caused him to boldly! approach West I the colored people in Jacksonvilleat

It. lIe found a woman and two children the Florida Baptist college, and at Snow Liniment Co.ST.
In All StylesGive $44.70 To San Francisco, Los Angelesand I r t
Oysters
and a moment later discoveredthat
Tuskegee, was timely and pointed -
many other California points; I' very LOUIS. U. S. A. a ,
he southerners. Ills
was among also to various Colorado, Arizonaand and his advice was good. Nothing

us a trial. We keep a first-class place in every respect blue uniform excited surprise and Wyoming points. was said to bring conflict between the
alarm until he let it be known that he I
but it for the good of therace
$51.60-To Portland, Ore, Tacoma, Seattle races was
I was alone. When he sat down to the s
and the of the chasm
Wash., and other pointsIn bridging
HARRY STALLBERG many
Proprietor.
humble food before him the
placed Washington Oregon and British I letween the rac<'-s.Ye hope his visit I SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGI3i8.Through .

woman asked: Columbia 00 the Southland will be a blessing in
r ----- -----
"1.>o1"t you know that the Confederate I
$43.90-To many points in Utah and the years to come.
lined are only five miles away, and

that some of our soldiers! are riding Montana.
$45.90-To Billings, Montana, and intermediate A SPLENDID IDEAA
past here almost every day?

Restaurant. "That's all the better," was his reply points on the Northern Tourist Cars

: "1 was going home, but I'd Just .Pacific and Burlington Route. new idea in a Cough Syrup is advanced -

as lief be captured." Liberal! stop-over privileges. in Kennedy's Laxative Honey

"Do you mean that you are a deserter Tickets will be sold daily up to and and Tar. Besides containing pine tar Personally: Conducted to

?" including October 21, 1905.L. honey, and other valuable remedies, it

"That's what I am. I stood It and & N. Best Route, West and NorthWest is rendered laxative, so that its use insures -

%; First Class Meals stood it till I could stand it no longer. a prompt and efficient evacuation California.

Then I walked out of camp. If I For full particulars call on or write of the bowels. It relaxes the nervous -

hadn't got lost in the night I shouldbe George E. Herring, Florida Passenger system! and cures all coughs, .
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES
colds, whooping cough etc. A ',
on my way home now. Agent L. & N-. 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville I croup

'"::1. "What waa It you had to stand?" Fla. red clover blossom and the honey bee I' The Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for its
Dining Room open until midnight. Personal "Oh, everything mean. They was always I is on every bottle of the original Laxative -
-- -- --
attention given to special orders, anythingthe wanting me to work like a nig\ I Cough Syrup-Kennedy's Laxative up-to-date equipment, courteous attendants and many comforts.It's .

market offers prepared for the table on ger, and when I wouldn't they had me I I Honey and Tar. An ideal remedy: the easy way to travci-no. changes of cars, or other worries.

in the guardhouse. I didn't enlist lobe Direct from Our Distillery lo YOU i, for children. :Mothers: praise it. It .

short notice a slave. Some one was bossing me i is best for all. Sold by the AntiMonopoly :

from morning till night. It was Dan, Saves Dealers' Profits Drugstore. Are you going to California? Investigate this way of travel.You'll t
Dumb Walter Connects With Bar
do this, and Dan, do that, and I got I Prevents Adulteration be surprised to find how cheaply you can go.

Skilled Cooks. Attentive Walters and Choice Viands. worn out at last." An K\cri tlou.
"Have you ever been In a battle? i! HAYNERWHISKEY 110 you believe, oM man, that a

:v.* asked the woman as the looked at him worn::11 can tires well on $I i';3 a year?"
Special Price to Regular Boarders
in a puzzled way. "I think my oldest! daughter can. !She Full Particulars and illustrated literature of

.Vo, ma'am:' iuvar.ably dre* os up in her mother's

THE CARMICHAEL & SON GO "Then"So." you've never been wounded" rl.lht1'h'veland\ I'laiu Dealer. I J. F. VAN RKXSSALAER, Gen. Agt., {

Atlanta Ga
,
At"1VIcGratYi's "You have been clothed and fed and Great ShaUeup.k I

: Stand paid and bad no fighting to do as: jet, I !leriek-You didn't shake that

and yet you complain." *A FULL QUARTS s$3.20 I I medicine: before takiujj.Van ; I I Southern Pacific.

-. "Who wouldn't complain if he hud to I I f WE PAY EXPRESS [ AlU-rt-That's all right. It will ]

'- carry wood and water and load and !I Ii We will send you, In a plain sealed shake enough in me. I'm going autoni.hik I

i unload wagons and stand guard nUll I I Iall I case, with no marks to show contents, .; I ridins.-CLicago: i .... .. ,
OCALA BAZAAR of that? I tell you I never !got time |i FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES cf' I I,
huff HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE for I
to read a book nor write any poetry.If I, : Inrt itahte. I '- --- --
$3.20 and we will pay the express ; ,
I'm a deserter It's because they've I charges. Try it, hate your doctor test '" ,.

I driv me to It. Flesh and blood can't it,test it any way you like. If you a ,,
don't find it all right and the purest
stand only about so much. I'm like a fiI
SELLS EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY. and best whiskey you tier r i .
worm. I am. You cau pick on me about I 7 "t1
tasted, ship it back to us at lI
r so long, und then I turn." : our expense and your S3.20 ; .

The woman smiled in contempt and will be promptly refunded

....Agents for.... pity and was silent for a moment before ,:I At our distillery one ofI

saying: I the largest and best'
'TAe got a husband and a brother in I equipped in the world,we tvivwrEsioctt
I
the Confederate army. They are obeyIng distill an average; of 9,580 J
1 \VHIS- _
gallons of PURE
& BROWN'SPhiladelphia
WANNAMAKER orders matter what those I f
no orders KEY a day. When fun t

are. Both have been in battle. ,1 buy HAYNER WHISKEY 1 I
i and both have been wounded. They .it goes direct you itstiLiun'
from our distillery, thus Drs-r j. p' Dyspepsia
march; they tight; they do camp duty.
i assuring you ot perfect J
and New York Clothing and There are many days when they don't purity and saving you the

have fcuflideut to eat. They have had dealers' big profits. HAY- !
I NER WHISKEY Is I CureGives
prescribed -
no for four months. Their uniforms
pay ,
by doctors and
THE "MONARCH" SHOE are ragged and tattered. All i used in hospitals and b\ :'alt! a million sat. I II

I I1T this, and yet they haven't deserted orthought isfied customers. That; why YOU shouldtry I I i rest to the stomach.
Cures indigestion
-
.53 r t it. ,dyspepsia, sour stomach,
of it. Do know what
would happen it you husband should WBITE OT-B NEAREST: :: OFFICE tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervous

my : THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO. cr-.c : mach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.
come home a deserter? I have an old I
US FIT YOU INMeer I .
ATLANTA. GA. DAYTON. 0.
tiusket here. I would drive him backto
; -- ST. LOUIS, MO. ST .PAUL.: M.NN.Ordrs I frtftnti.t LabDI".I.| What You Eat y,
: cv the army or shoot him In his tracks:" iatory.rx.e.D.Win Makes the Sr.alh 8w.st} yaw M BMk U
i for Ariz. Cal Col.( IdahoMont XeT., ...... M *
and* Women's Suits ""Shoo!' exclaimed Dan as Le lookedup N Mei Ore, rt8h"k aMen on the bavaaf4Yl iRl'f..rH."u.llPltlvipRb..
at her and grew very serious. r.tbor5trt: IK is fur I io by t utiou i JKEmu.DISTILLERY daughter? I II SOLD BY THE ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA.

I "Yes, sir, I would do it, but thank TBOT 0. ESTABLISHED U66. I "He isn't paying her any attention at I -

God he I Is no such man. Look at your 303 Capital $500,000.00 Paid In Full. i all.:' I!
's Overcoats I
,Men !. and Jackets, case. You have a father mother- "Oh did Le jilt her''No /" '

other relatives. You are young and :: ; Le married her:" COLONIST RATESTo

n fl's Shoes. strong. You have been called! upon to '
I Ito
do nothing that others are not doing. ,
CHEAP RATES | FOR ALL KINDS OF PILESTo

F P. You are lazy; you are a fault finder: draw the fire out of a burn heala California, Oregon, Washington and the Northwest on Sale September 15
you want to make out that you are a I
G4QN cut without leaving a scar, or to to October 31.
martyr. And here you are a deserter ,
cure boils, sores tetter eczema, and
r 'from your army, and disgrace and per-
CALIFORNIAand all skin and scalp diseases, use De- !
haps death await you as soon as t I NO CHANGE OF CARSTourist

caught You want to desert to our I. Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A specif-I
'! theNORTH ic for blind, bleeding, Itching I
:ATLANTIC COAST side. We want no such men. You truding piles. Stops the pain instantly Sleeping Cars St Louis to Los Angeles and San Francisco dally,
LINE I II 1
would be treated like a dog, and you I j WEST/ i and cures permanently.: Get the gen- !I,i II leaving St. Louis 9 a. m., and 10:30 p. m., via Missouri Pacific and Denver
t&J..t deserve It. Put on your cap sir. I
and Rio Grande.
!.uine. Sold Anti-Monopoly
THROUGH eAR LIN E FROM FLORIDA I waIbc!} out of the house. Nowto I by III

.J your !!nine down the road and 1:i Drugstore.S. I I WE ARE OPENING UP A NEW TERRITORY
I DIXIE FLYER ROUTE
duties as until II
CONNECTIONS a sotttlng you come I I
I i A. L. RY. PARLOR CARS
TO THE EAST Over Ita own mlato Savannah. 'ork--you may have.-return. to your j Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ] ARKANSAS,
Charleston. Richmond And he did. *ay have to i Seaboard operates Buffet Parlor
All Rail and Washington thence via Pennsylvania Ry. Railway i!
Cars between Ocala and Tampa 011
10 THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie CHEATED DEATH r> -t-t.70-San Francisco, Los Angeles.! trains leaving Ocala at 2:20 p. m. THE WHITE RIVER COUNTRYA

Flyer route via Atla nta. I Kidney trouble often ends fatally,11 Denver, Prescott, Salt Lake City. daily, and between Ocala and Jacksonville -

TO THE EAST Via S&v. '& Ocean S. S. Co. for New York. Philadelphia 1,!but by choosing the right medicine, E.,.' --\T-Heiena ii Butte, Anaconda:: Mis- I on train leaving ucaia at 1:20 GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for you to secure a home cheap. Low rate

and Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York. Washington '' H. Wolfe of Bear Grove Ia, cheated i I $5 Louver' d Intermediate Points. c. m., daily. tickets (round trip) are now on sale via the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE to
Via and I : a. I ARKANSAS, TEXAS OKLAHOMA: and INDIAN TERRITORY the
Baltimore. 'I' death. points
Via Savannah and He says: "Two I I -' '
Merchants and Minen years ago had bia. .Seattle! Tacoma, Van
Transportation Company for Kidney ,I When for fall first and third Tuesdays of each month up to and including December.
Baltimore and Philadel I Trouble which caused me C''Um. ready /our painting
Steamship phia. DIXIE FLYERVR&Briti'h HOME.SEEKERS tickets will also be sold to certain points In ARIZONA,
I great pain, suffering and anxiety, butI be sure to see us and get our prices j i

KEY WEST and HAVANA ..Via Pentnsuar ana Occidental took Electric Bitters which effecteda I;I ton. MaconAtlanta', -I- on paints, oils and lead. We can !1 COLORADO IDAHO MONTANA NEBRASKA, NEVADA, NEW MEXICOand
Steamship I
Route of the celebrated trains New York end Florida Special. Co. complete cure. I have also found Nashville and l St. Louis. save you money and give you the very UTAH.
Florida
and West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. I them of great benefit in general debility i I TWO TRAINS DAILY, morninSIS.,best goods obtainable. Marion Hard- -_ Write me if you want reliable Information.

Quickest schedules, superior service. For Information I and nerve trouble, and keep themconstantly ,ievening.[ Through sleepers on night:( Company. Free literature mailed on rfquest.
as to rates, sched- I II
ale, etc, consult the purple folder, or communicate with J. S. on hand since, as I find trains for St Louis and Chicago. es Missouri Pacific &
Hartsell. D E they have no equal" j I complete line of suit cas- Iron :Mountain Route. \ L E. REHLANDER.
... Tampa; W. J. Craig Q. P. A.; H. M. Emerson T. M., WHmlngtoo N. Anti-Monopoly iI j, Tickets on sale September 15 to October think
C Drugstore guarantees them at 60c I I i[ 31, inclusive. you' W3 to, $16, and we I Texas & Pacific Ry. Traveling Passenger Agent,
them. Ocala nu.,
Wfcll to look at International & GrL N rtllern. CHATTANOOGA, TENK

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