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The Ocala evening star.

Material Information

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.

Subjects

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
Resource Identifier:
11319113 ( OCLC )
2052267 ( ALEPH )
sn 84027621 ( LCCN )

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New Florida Syrup. A Season of Gold and Dazzling Span You have often heard people remark "If I were How Fortune Came to Tommy Shirk. UP-TO-DATE ;

All the Same. It Sometimes
gles-Gold Trimmed Hats, Blouses !
ever to build! I would plan Your
and Coats-Gold Gold Gir- Pays to Work HATS
Buttons, | :: .. my bath room first and woud! not put \ I
AT THE TEAPOT GROCERYSOCALAPIIRMTIIRECO dies and Gold Interlinings-Circular.. .
I all! my money into the parlor with all Pure Milk
Skirts the Newest ShapePlateauFelts -' _ [Orlgnal; ] and Cream For the Fall and Winter Season aN

Bent and Fluted: =3- its finery. That is good common sense ) "Thl3 talk," said the lounger in the Now on Exhibition at my Mitlirwry

sentiment; for the bath room is the most country store, "about hard work Lt>in' Parlors in the Ocala H u,.. Call'and
/" Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.
important of all! the household. at the bottom of big fortunes is all See Them.
(BY RENE DEVERAUX.) 7
bosh. There's fortunes started

Personal Service Anywhere, Any Time, lois 1.4 certainly a sfa>uii of g-i.d and .; We would like: to help you plan! your .by savin' than more hard work, more by Quality and Purity Guaran eed. MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICKNewbro's

glitttT. Never before Las there IJM-U bath room and will gladly
quote you
rascality than by savin' ai.l more by
and When Needed. ;
so lavish an employment of gjld and prices on "StondanT Ware, the best luck than either. Did I ever tell you .

The Question of Embalming and Fun silver and sparkling spanks! in the and most sanitary fixtures made. about Tommy Shirk, the laziest man

trimming of hats wraps gowns, coats ( In the state? :\01 Well, I'll give it
eral Directing is a Delicate One
and suits. E\erywhere the most sjm- L to you. Herpici

Would not it be Best {for Yon to En- her shades are lightened; with a touchof "Tommy married Phoebe Cutts and .
gold. |80). Tom bad ten acres 0' land that
this to Those 'tho : ,.- The Original Remedy that "Kills the Dandruff Gtrm."
trust Question Appreciate Many of the long coats in dark bines ,,--,, "'" wouldn't even grow blackberries. He "

It's Delicacy, and Whose Know-; and blacks are adorned! : with double puttered along tryln to git somethin ,
outen It, or pretendin' to till half hiswite's
edge is of{ the Highest Standard !' rows of dull gold buttons. Soft evening FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. money had been eaten up, then

wraps are piped with cloth of !!.J.l! Phoebe said he'd have to find some

TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE ettectively combined( with velvet in way of makin' a llvln'. Tommy wasa

PROMPT ATTENTION black and rich shades, and embroidered I I good deaf cut up by this and went '

trimmings and waKtcouK wh'ch! the LEARN TELEGRAPHYAND CREAMERY BUTTEH off to a corner of his land that was

Day Phone No( 10. Night 94 and 161 Directoireogne;: has so imch l It)pi- overgrown with weeds and lay downto
R. R. ACCOUNTING 25 CENTS A POUNDThe
larized.! show through! their: deslg.is: think It over. Gittln' his nose right <

SMITH & ROBERTS Ocala, Fla \ glinting threads of burnished gold. down on the ground, be smelled ker .k
to Carmichael & Son
$50 $500 a month salary assur- Co. keep con-
--- -- I osene. At first he thought some un
II Hats oflvi't and French: fit are ed our graduates under bond. Our six stantly on hand, receiving a fresh sup- .. .
I had spilled It outen a lantern, but ondiggin' I .
ornamented with bands of gold! siim- ply every two days, delicious pure, ,. : -. -
j- .i1il _. -
schools the largest in America and endorsed up the dirt with his knife he
of the more dressy affairs for e\eniig!: Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per ''' .'
by all railroads. Write for cat- found that oil was oozln' from below .
1I and theater wear bowing a profusion; pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. "t--
I 1/-c. ::lA
alogue. Morse School of Telegraphy, and the urder he went down the more I' -

of gold and silver! roe Cincinnati, O., Buffalo, N. Y., Atlanta, of It there was. _,d ._ : "1'141. ..
Combined with tulle I KM* are tiny inner ARE: YOU GOING WEST ? .i' r
Ga., La Crosse, Wis., Texarkana. Tex., "Well Tom went home and told his

ruches of g.,M or sihcr.: tlicir: narrow San Francisco, Cal. wife that there was oil on the prop- ./
If are going west with the next -
gold or silver streamers: two r). you .I erty. She laughed at him, but he took W. % #. -t---
three on each side falling almost to the ATTENTION! I two or three months, consult this of- her to the spot and let her smell it di ,
fice. It will be to $ \ '1
hem of the gown in front. I your advantage. Tom tuk his spade with him an' madea

1 Through: the meshes of lace rolios. Don't forget November 7-the day hole an' proved to his wife's satisfaction -Hs KWm ( ; -

both black and white, shimmer* a cloth:) we start for Tampa. Get your show THE ORIGINAL that the oil came from below. \& L ,
I r : -
i stuff ready. Your neighbor will not She had $400 hid away In a stockin', #-2 t ( -
i' 4="?.: Foley and Company, Chicago, origi- ? -
do neither will he advertise and in less'n month that .- ,% tt.G1 \
--'C'...;tJ.,.. your work a money was --
:
\ nated Honey and Tar as throat and
: a
nll t' VJ' your business nor show your handiwork goln outen the stockin' jlst about as .
1I "
:
and account of the ,
G4t remedy
CQPY I ung on ,
".} We will carry your product to fast as a well was bein' sunk where

f.{ Tampa free, show it and talk about it great merit and popularity of Foley's the oil was oozln' Mrs. Shirk was THE HUNTERS
CAME !
( TOO LATE
< \/\ Honey and Tar many Imitations are
and let the world know that we are almost crazy, seen they kep' bonn'without

;AUJUMN#11 <...... PLEASURES itLi\I pushing" along in the front of the procession offered for the genuine. Ask for Foley's gettln' oil, but she resolvedto Their Faithful has Pointed ..
Dog
out the True Remedy to Prevent Baldness
fj' Honey and Tar and refuse
Aro..any but there Is none greater ; W. M. Gist, Com. any put It all in an' take whatever dose ,

tP.. n that afforded by a carriage ride; '- ...\ I substitute offered, as no other preparation was at the end. One night she handed but the Hunters Came too late-Chronic Baldnes is Incurable..
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and as our great object Is to furnish | 1"1 ) f I. \ -" '\ will give the same satisfaction.It I over the last dollar, and had not struckoil.
LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED HERPICIDE A "HAIR SAVER"Newbro's
\
I
("jI\:\ \ / aud of Paris says the microbe usually substance, neither does It stain nor'dye
our friends with carriages of every de- ...: .. 1___:., _"." contains no opiates and is safest She was too broken up to pay
matchless In their t ',., 'J :/ '' FREE OF CHARGE for children and delicate persons. Sold i Herpicide saves the hair enters the scalp in youth), where one the hair.
Bcrlptlon that are \ j.t\i. =-. ::::: ... .I.'f I the money herself, so she gave It to
grace and beauty of design irreproachable -: ,- ':'--J t.n ,.,:II Phone 26. R. E. Yonge & Co. I by the Postoffice Drugstore.H. Tom, tellm him to notify the boss by- destroying the germ or microbe colony after another is established Stops Itching of the Scalp AlmMt In.

In stjle combined with the great- ,, ; I ... '. -- /i, :..J1"' '\ "1.:,.,, I digger that the funds were all gone and that is now known to be the cause of until finally, after months, and some- sUntlyAGREEABLE
I 4 I'4i.; \ : ? times years, there is dandruff, -
.i' ; itching
est degree of comfort and thorough 1----- -- not to back Tom he
.- come no more.
therefore those who wish I \ //1.:i.If.. :,,. .!/,y ;f-:.. :. 1-. dandruff falling hair and baldness. In scalp and falling hair. The Sebum also IN EVERY WAYIt
durability : ;fl ,,, A ROBINSON, President. J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager. started but bein' dreadful lazy laid
: 0. chronic baldness the hair follicles are solidifies, gives me pleasure to testify to the
causing lustreless
dry and
the highest standard of excellence in : : ; i 1>. ':: ---J: down to smoke his pipe. He went to
I '/: ) lJ "'7:r. -l.' S. H. BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BLITCH, Teller. completely atrophied causing the scalpto brittle hair. Destroy this microbic merits of Newbro's Herpicide, and to
carriages are asked to Inspect OUT : ; : ....I.J:': sleep and didn't wake up till the men
t : : 1 shrink and shine; little can be donein growth with Newbro's Herpicide and its effectiveness as a dandruff core
Block. had gone home. Then he went to the
S. A. STANDLEY &. CO. I l"f' .. "f I I"". 'kid-q'f. \ .....f> tavern and spent the money, but hedidn't such cases, except to save the remaining protect the hair against re-infection, and its pleasing Qualities aa a scalp
I1 ." I ; 1. I.' .,? "fringe," and this Is well and it will grow as nature Intended. cleanser. I use It regularly, both. at
: : ,r {,:: say nothin' about it to his wife.
:1. .... 'I' .,. "k\.a"\ ;'jJlt' .I" OOtVMEROIPBRNK "The next day, after dinner, Mrs. worth saving for it offers some pro- Newbro's Herpicide is a Twentieth home and at my barber's, and find it
'
,: ;
'1 ', -'! Shirk was wlpln the dishes and wettin''em tection against the cold. Century Remedy. Its mission is to cooling, cleansing and most agreeable .

MoIvER & MacKAY /:. .. The "Hair Grower" is a fallacy. It teach new rules for scalp cleanliness, in every way. Frank I* Mayers.
\\\\r: 1It. 1 r: ag'ln with her tears when the boss
/ .:1 t. \\- i'" requires but a slight knowledge of new rules for hair preservation, and Pensacola, Fla.
to the door and said
OCALA FLORIDA come :
.i .Xi\\ '., f-I I
/ ; I"/I".Xi ".\.
.
anatomy to know that the hair
FUNERAL DIRECTORS / f ; :: ': I!: J 41 'Mrs. Shirk, we've got down to. gets to supply a germ-destroying solution
\
/ / J \ where there's oil, but it's not a-flowln' its life and Strength from the hair- that will enable careful persons to TRIED OTHERS-BUT FAILED
: ;
/- 1 'tj"" ..:..".' \ ('\ ., well. It has to be pumped up.' papilla at the bottom of the hair follicle have beautiful and luxuriant hair. Almost For years I have been troubled with
'.
UNDERTAKERSand :il/// .: 'I .. : i .I \\"1' "The Shirk family was In a more tan- and the papilla! in turn gets its marvelous results follow the use dandruff very badly, having tried
t : Your with will Protect
) j/ If. ; II' I I"A I\\\ : Business us Against
you
A lJ ., tallzin' position than before. There nourishment direct from the blood; of Herpicide, and if it does not do many different hair preparations but
\
EMBALMERS ,I. .1.: .'\\:",:'! ,',',1, I; j / \\-1' Burglary Fire and Careless Handling of Funds. was oil at the bottom of a well, but no therefore nature is the only true hair more than we claim for it, your dealer did not receive any benefit The dot

,"'. -./4' t// .\:' ,: J & ,, .- I :? means o' gettln' it up. If Tom hadn't grower. There are enemies of hair will refund your purchase price. As a Jar bottle of Newbro's Herpicide helped
'; .M. Fi.
1
.....'.:.,,.. ;iMtvpw' been so cussed lazy be might have growth that cause hair loss and bald- hair dressing it is truly exquisite, on me so much that I am now using

Fine Cashete I :- JxPKs; : .. .,.. jif'V done some pumpin' himself. Weeks ness. Invisible microbe growths enter account of its dainty and refreshingodor the second
bottle.Mrs. -
I \.X v'. / ,:%/ 5 INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS SAFTY DEPOSIT VAULTS passed, and the family was nigh on to the sebaceous glands situated at the which is characteristic. It con- W. R. Steckert.

and Burial RobesAll Btarvin'. One night a big storm come top of the hair follicles (Dr. Sabour- tains no oil, grease or sedimentary Gainesville. Fla. :ii

up-a regular cloudburst-and when

Licensed Embalmers TUE NEWEST CBFATIOV IX A CIR( TLAI: mornln' come a creek tlMt had run a
Done
Work by SK1UT. mile from the Shirk farm had been
and GuaranteedBURNETT THE OCKLAWAHA INN
Fully
turned from its channel and was
of gold Interlining. and elaborate; 1)I'1t.
,
and girdles are fashiull..luf plain :gii a-runnln' not a hundred yards from the Tydings Company

and embroidered Muffs in many now house. Mrs. Shirk tuk on, la men tin' ,

I A Pleasant Homelike House that the water must run right the
and fa>hionil>le W..ItH'S.F V ,;;; ; over .,.
r dark doth suits there are th <'kleIUIroitl..rptl oil well and they'd never git nothin'

bauds in Tertian! i-ffti-i .,- -. ElegantAixyRoomsandthej' I but water outen It. Tommy,who was a Special Agents.
cheerful feller-them wo'thless
I through. which metallic thread: : (or ; I cusses

THE TAILOR very tine gold cord i.s iuter-rs&!. u:, / very Choicest Table Board. always Is-tried to console her, but .

much of the chenille t'1l1ruolt'Q-! ',-, there warn't no use, so he said he'd go .t Send 10 cents in stamps for sample to the Herpicide Co., Department

for similar i is iuterwo\ Special Rates in Summer to and see about It. Perty soon he come -:
Has Moved Into His purposes I L., Detroit,
back
and his :
said wife
slightly\ with suit: I threat\ IIr 1 1:1' (-i. .. to : Micb:1

New Brick Store I liroiilerwl stitches iu jj JI.I worked i1!:- I Weekly and Monthly Board- Thoebe, the creek Is a-runnin' right _____

on it. by the well, not over It A Healthy Hair. "Destroy the Cause-Yon Remove the ; '

No U E. Fort King A vena One scarcely meets aIliltl th.", I ers. 'Well, then' she answered, 'it Effect""a -

days whose jaunty little ,"nt or jar'! I ..ff you've got a spark o' energy left you'll :

See his fine line of piece et i is not fastened or trimmed will I I j _, MRS. HATCHELL, gj to work, pump out some oil, sell It III. Modest Requett. :' _

goods for summer cloth- gold! button; and jjnM buckles.Hodices -- and.. git us somethin' to eat.' They had been married all of twen-
I Proprietress. '
'I got a better scheme 'n that, be MONTEZUMA:
antI blouses made! of pieciI -'. said. ty-four hours. THE .
ing.
I
_ I lat-e tlyed to match the shade of tin. OCALA FLORIDA .. 'I don't want to hear none of your 'Cordelia, dear," be inquired eagerly, .
velvet cloth skirts with which
or thejare "do still love me'
I schemes,' the Indignant wife answered. you _
--- -
Burnett.Merchant to be worn are soft ami h.'olllin;.: "Why, of course I do, Clarence, you
Jerry 'I want to see some work.
.
and easily Illale.Vitli these as well foolish old darling" she answered.
as with other costumes. :.:,M girdles 'Wlmmen hain't no brains for "Are
schemes,' said Tom and be went you willing to prove .iU" 4:
Tailor.MATTRESS away
and gold stocks are exceedingly effective. BARGAIN TIME "Sure thing. But bow can nIt I
"There was an old water wheel on
aiMing a new note hut h strikingand "By changing your complexion. The
the place, to which a former owner or
artKtTe.Iu kind are now using doesn't taste
had dug sluice and had you
property a run a
of such elaboration in trim- "
spite
good to me. -Detroit Tribune.The .
rT saw. Tommy Shirk was too lazy to
minss. skirts as a rule) are severelyplain.
KT do work himself, but he hired -, -
any a J-
Particularly i is this true of tin Blank -
man on tick to haul the wheel to his I.-w _
separate: skirt fjr practical purpose "It is awful, mother," exclaimed :,
Tins skirt, which is beeominn more well. Then he went home and tuk I Miss! Blank, "to think I've got to 11
I The Ocala Steam Laundry I down the pump and tuk it to the well marry 1
antI
more popular closely resemblesan = that man. I suppose I must go throughthe
too. lIe rigged the pump to the waterwheel
abbreviated riding: habit. The I ceremony, but really I've got no -
which turned the stream.
was by -
smartest of these are fastened directly: Leart for it." __ -
-- Jist as the oil begun to flow alongcomt & ._
in front underneath a double slotted "You foolish girl," replied her moth riv-
S :Mrs. Shirk. Tom was restln' on --
sea Ill. A correspoj'dinj: seam i l' down "What has "
heart
er. got to do with It? .
i the center of the hII'k. not a plait or a SEE OUR RED LIST his back, with his bat over his ejes, Old), Blank mutters over his paper, p __ ,-
hiuokln' his pipe. His wife, not noticin' k -
sat her to Ite seen :1II"h'rl'"arrow "Sure_enough."-Boston Transcript.Merely .
the and s-ln' Tom takln'It
hems. tailor stitched finish puicpln1
usually
WILL NOT LUMP ._- I easy begun to tire words at him.
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these skirts at the bottom.IiIk a"Here's SnlrR'l'8tIOD.
WILL NOT PACK Tom raised his: hand without even
same model was seen in a nearly a l letter from a woman,"
llftlu' his hut offen bid face and pointedat
I I invisible and brown In WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF said
Manufactured from pure white cot green plaid. I the answer to correspondents editor -
the throwin' out oil.
ton felt thoroughly clean and free plaids the circular sides are decidedly pump "who wants to know what to use
"That was the lat time :Mrs. Shirk
from all dangerous germs. bias in effect aud the flare at the bottom in cleaning carpets."

i is in graceful ripples. When one' ever spoke disrespectful to her hiu-! "If she's a married woman," suggested LEASED FOR TEN YEARS
HARDWARE !
Sixty Days' Trial I band. She admitted that If he was _. > .'
I may find a skirt of this description of |he snake editor "tell her to nse < -;( :' :.":.,,t
If after sixty days trial, this mattress handsome material splendidly! tailored! lazy he had two redeemln' p'lntsluckand her husband."-Columbus Dispatch. ,IF : .

is not satisfactory, return tc,. ranging:; :; in price from $IU to $ir it ingenuity. Tom connected his well Best Year-Round Hotel at Two Dollars a Pay; la

dealer (if tick is clean) and have youi seems a waste of time to consider with a pipe line that run near by, and I '" '- ..;"r;" ,-'"_,_
money refunded. making. A Jap-a-Lac the oil ran merrily. Shirk charging it A PROMINENT TRAINMAN ** il'i' ;>

up at the market price per barrel Ills I The many friends of G. H. Hausan. UP.TO.DATE, CLEAN AND WELL FURNISHED ROOMS AND PiCNTY'TO ; ____
MciVER &. MacKAY, Agents. As the season! advances hats are becoming / -
I well produced about twenty barrels a engIneer L. E. & W. R. R., at present EAT :(
more and more bent and mashed "Wears Like Iron." :
aud"in *, it possible. larger and I day and even with oil at GO cents a living In Lima 0.. will be pleased to "
N Natural 'is the best barrel he made about know of his from threatened
MONTHS Felt bent Jap-a-laC Jlo a day. Blme-! recovery
more pointed. plateaus are : :
'p by he sunk another well and got an- kidney disease. He says: "I was cured COL 11CHOOSE HIPM PROP ET6 '
.- In every conceivable shape rippling :A varnish for )
U GUARANTEEtins around the face or turned up all other supply of oil about as large &a the I by using Foley's Kidney Cure,

first. The same stream and waterwheel which I.recommend to all, especially
hole No more around in many little flutes and an- HariwDDfl Flows .....
drnin if you buy jrles.I As a trimming for tht'*'e. velvet and pump did the work, and I trainmen, who are similarly afflicted"

jatBpronPIiusiry Is used extensively. exceedingly High : fit her old or new. It dries Tom had only to make out a bill for I Sold by the Postofflce Drugstore..

I. fLij::: where before he had made out one
bandeaus and high pointed. wines making -
I with beautiful luster.
and
a
.
for ?lu"Tom I REWARD
a chic and attractive ensemble I $25
AU tl.s popular colors. Shirk still smokes his In WISELY
For Men; Worsted. Such hats may be bent to fit any heador retains its brilliancy through pipe I will pay a reward of {15 for con- .
r sold only in lots ofL made becoming to almost all ( ) I I the !UE, with his hat over his eyes but
:;!! t < CL-es. .. viction of any man In Marlon countyfor
1 L 6 pairs ior$250;Cot. wear and tear right down to i he usually does it on the porch of afiLe when you buy a SEWING MACHINE. YWII 8M aJllCIrtI u4 tw.II
ion,6 for$i.5. Our readers have violating the game law, and $25
pairs ( may any question ,
'. house he has built on the spot corscspocdiig priaa. But if you want a reputaUc: scrvkuLe 1t& dM,tei tab
POT ladies; Egyptian Cotton six pairs concerning fashion or fabrics answeredwithout the wood. lleirleXatnral.. where the party lives In Ocala.Henry
for $iou. A fJfdtee ticket VIlA charge by Rene Deveraux.' the i where! his cabin used to be. Mrs. Shirk Gordon Sheriff. 6&

5''lt1.I'. fashion exprrt. by addressing Rene IVveraus Jap-a-laccomes in twelve col.or. t has come to consider: him a prodigy of d j .WHITE27 -
f OB SALS IV P. O Box M0. Madison Square.Nw .
I
and '
genius, they all gt a lot o' good
York inclosing\ stamp for reph] :'. It i is a >taiii and varnish : WARDS OFF PNEUMONIA Ton experience feu ouUtd to tcfe?
outen their oil wels.: When they want

- combined and rejuvenates to fto away they r:-t let the vump go All coughs colds and pulmonary out ft HANDSOME, SYMMETRICAL ud

M. FISHEL Ocala, Fla. CHEATED DEATH on pumpin'. It works as well at night : complaints that are curable are quickly VELL-BUILT PRODUCT, coatfefec I fa tal -

"You can DO the Work Your f"everything about the home.A as In the daytime. cured by One Minute Cough Cure. mait-vp afl! tic goo4 poI ta fowl oa fcfe&radcmaentoa

Kidney trouble often ends fatally "What I means by this yarn Is: Glm- Clears the phlegm, draws out Inflammation ( tad oi&enthAtuecxcfactrtjj

L.ALEXANDEKCARPENTER but by choosing the right medicine, E. Full Stock of All Kinds ofJapaLa'c' i me the luck and give the other feller and heals and soothes the affected WHTTE-fw ffttfrifff, our 7ZK3Q.Y P1 >

II. Wolfe of Bear Grove, la, cheated the energy." MARK ANDERSON. parts, strengthens the lungs, CATOR. & device that tlwwi tie twiwc &U -

death. He says: "Two years ago I had wards off pneumonia. Harmless and -4 glance, isS we fcire o&tn thAt appeal U awful -

CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful Kidney Trouble. which caused me A PLEASURE TO ALL pleasant to take. Sold by the AntiMonopoly buycn. AH Drop Ha& Ian Aeteaafts

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great pain suffering and anxiety, butI No pill Is as pleasanta'nd positive aa Drugstore.A % : Lift ia4 fcortifd Swell FnGt, Gdiffl 0&Vookwork. I

estimates made on all contract took Electric Bitters, which effecteda ,- IMAIIN DeWitt's Lie: Early Risers. These V&ntar*. 1-
p- work. Gives more and better work complete cure. I I have also found For Sale in Ocalasby! ..s f r ->, famous little pills are so mild and effective big line of handsome quilts and OUR ELEGANT H.T. CATALOGUES OWL rUU. PARTtOUUUtS. FKEZ.

for the money tan any other in town. them of great benefit in general debil- that children delicate ladies comforts at reasonable prices. Ocala
r I WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO. Q.EVELAND,0. f
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ity and nerve trouble, and keep them and weak people enjoy their cleansing Furniture Company.

T. I constantly on hand. since 'as I find HARD WARE'IIJJMPANY effect while strong people say they : f

ronnKIDNIYCURE [they have no equal" Anti-Monopoly ( -.r are the best liver pills sold. Sold by Twenty pounds of granulated sugar '

UkM Kldaeys and Bladder Right I[,Drugstore guarantees them at SOc. : f SUCCESSORS- HUBBAR 6"" &. MACDUfF.. the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. for $I, cash, at the Fair. Sold! by OCALA FURNITURE- CO.. L_ *:fJ', :.;

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MR' MOORE SIDESTEPS Ii


.F, EVENING" .. STAR!'t Excuses, His Mistake on Technical MAIL ORDERS 111 1 TFfl 0 1 TtT' I AGENTS FOR


C.LBITTINGER&CO.: Grounds-But There Are Other, Solicited and Promptly

C. Proprietors L. Bittinger and.nef Publishers.R. R. Carroll Technicalities Mentions Than the One He\:I Executed. j UL ( J1i Y STANDARD PATTERNS


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MHO M 1 Editor Star: The True Democrat of

f'C.. L. BITTINGER Tallahassee published a private note

Editor and General !Manager i of mine which seems to have kindled,I
LEADING MBMCHAaSDISB
your editorial ire. Now, that your edItorial DISTRIBUTORS
R. R. CARROLL,
I quill has made it more conspicuous -

City Editor and Business Manager I I shall stand by it till you

get out of the hole Into which


MARION COUNTY TEACHERSThe have put published yourself.You a. piece from the Truer you i An Elegant Stock of Rugs Carpets Mailings Portiers and Shades

county teachers' meeting which Democrat under the "heading "Dry ,

was held in the M. E. church this Times at Tallahassee. In which the

latter paper calls attention to .
morning was attended by some thir- some .
ty-five teachers. Ocala made a fine secret infraction of the law. While ,

Owing showing to, every the illness teacher of Superintendent being present prohibition Tallahassee is the a Democrat glorious success(prohibition in- A Rare Dress Goods SMART TAILOR MADE SUITSThree OUR SILK DEPARTMENT Linens and Towels.


W D.called Carn. Professor King of Reddick the )least is honest effort in to calling violate attention the law.to' SelectionWe different styles-Newest Sole agent for Money Back Taffetta. We guarantee or money 72 inch Superfine Damask
was to the chair. Teachers $$21 00 $$22 50 $$25 00
were shy in taking the secretaryship.It These discoveries you took up and are now ready with the most of the season in Chiffon Broad back. Yard wide, at------$J.OO, $i.25, $i.50, $175, $2.00 Heavy Irish make, worth $i.25, our

was offered to the editor of the held before the public in such form as beautiful collection of Dress Goodsin cloth, well tailored and trimmed \r e desire to call your attention to thi3 popular brand. price -- .- .-- -__ ._ _. 98c

Star. Mr. Emanuel Martin and Miss'I 1 to leave the impression that prohibi- all the Choice Fancy Silks-For shirt waist suits in changeable effects match
tion is absolute failure. Leading Fabrics and White Linen Embroidered Waists 24 x 24 Napkins to .$2.98
Etta Cam. and all declined, when an I never Lingerie Strictly uptKlateThe
Miss thought of anyone being responsiblefor Shades. We are confident that we 19 in wide, at. ..__ _-__-_____________ .____. .. -... .. .49c
McCreary: of the Ocala school took the Opera Brand at.$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, and $4.00 72 inch Satin Finished All
duties of the office. Its insertion in the Star except the can please you in this department: Fancy Shadow Check Silks-27 inches wide, a large range of Linen Table Damask, heavy quali

Mrs Lula Bradford principal of the editor. There was no signature, and in everything from an every day Smart Styles in Walking Skirts.The changeable: effects very good, at. --- -- .----- --___ .. .. .. ___79c ty. at. -- --. .--____--79c
house dress the
the exclusive .
McIntosh school was down for a talk clipping was preceded by the edi- to most
Chiflon Taffeta
the tonal introduction: "We publish the patterns for dressy occasions. -Wear guaranteed. In black white red, navy, Napkins to match to. _.. ___$2.50
on Tampa Fair and school exhibIts Latest Taffetta Silk Skirts-:Made of "Money Back T-if.
following clipping from the Tallahassee brown and changeable effects. Exclusive inch. ..98cThis
but took for her 27
subject. "School -
Room and School Ground Attractions," True Democrat as it may be of Interest Chiffon Broadcloth Leader fetta, ranging from------------------------- $7.50 to $ 5.00 season we have eclipsed all our previous success in this: depart Table Damask In short length, -

and made a very strong and effective i in view of the wet or dry agita 54 inches wide .90c ment and a look will convince you of our successful silk selling. 2, 2i and 3 yards. Regular 75 cent
--- -- -- ----
address. She said being neat, tidy tion." In the absence of a signature French OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.As quality. . . .. __49C:
Chiffon Broadcloth-
and clean around the school who is "we?" You say "we publish." : DOMESTIC SPECIALS An Extra Hca.qualitY..73c1x90
room and Who are the publishers? Mirror Finish, in all the leading usual the best for the mone\. Sole distributors for the Famous -
ground fostered a love for order and'
study. 'i Now you say the opponents of pro- shades for Tailor Made Dresses, Onyx Brand and Poney Host< A great variety of styles tor the 6 Bleached Sheets-made of standard brand muslin hem- TOWELS TOWELS!

i paid for the insertion of the little Babies Misses Boys and Ladies. All full fashioned and
jhibition $1.25 quality $1.00 seam
Miss Cora Griffin of the Ocala school I ------ -- -- med and ready for immediate use 690 at 59c
------ --u- -- - Our stock and is
was also assigned to school exhibits at clipping. Then you have unintentionally -, less Onyx Hose are the Best in Cotton, Lisle and Silk. assortment soextensive
the Tampa Fair, and made a strong allowed them to pay you for the Black and colored Silk Voiles Pillow Cases 36x45-made of standard brand muslin soft finish that we can not itemize

plea. for school contributions. Pro- weight of your editorial "we." As the Extra high lustre, sheer weight and Warner's Rust Proof Corsets. and ready tor use at------------------------ J5c J9c and 25c all.Ve have them from 5c up to

fessor P. ". Green of Relleview was piece was unsigned and not vouched soft clinging that drapes well, Yard Wide Fruit and Lonsdale Bleaching 8c per yard 75c.a piece, The best values intown.
1 for by else. editorial "we" This brand does not need introduction-a household word for
anyone your yard .$J.QO $2.50 any .
the for Per to
on program the same subject, -- --- Yark wide unbleached domestic standard soft finish 50. Good quality ,
but was not present.Mr. fixes the responsibility, and if I have Ladies of Fashion. The boning is rust proof and each Corset is guaranteed -
Good ] Standard calicoes
outing quality gingham
W. M. Gist Marion's commissioner erred you have led me Into the error. Panama Suiting-Very choicein not to rust and stain the clothing. Prices, >i.oo $i .50, $:!.oo. 3c. 3c. 5c. ver-

to 'the Tampa Fair, made avery You got yourself into a hole and pull- Black, Solid Colors and Fancy $2.50 and 53 co, in the latest high bust models and medium shapes. side checks and plaids 5c. Japanese kimona cloth 9c. 500 DOZ. LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS

sensible and practical talk on ed me in on top of you. and I am going Weaves for separate skirts and Hose Suppoiters attached. Ladies Neck Wear and Belts-everything new and up-to-date Irish ]linen, hand embroidered, initial -

the same subject and emphasized how to stay (.n top till your neutralitygets tailor made suits. A leading fabric can be found here. Swell stuff at lowest prices. Belts and hand bags Handkerchiefs, special, 6 for 750

each school could add some one thingto vouch in for the habit or sign of making every piece the "wets"they per yard_ .---49c to $J.2S COLD WEATHER ITEMS. to suit everybody in quality and price. Sheer Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs

the whole to make it marked. So -
many people had so much that would send In. Get something in the form of Sponged Serges-The fine and BLANKETS: AND COMFORTS.: Prices the lowest and selec.. LACE CURTAINS & PORTIERES regular value I5c, special
a signature, if it's nothing but "Senex" 10 cents.
speak well for Marion's productivenessbut coarse weaves, 48 in. wide. Will tions the best in the markets. Blankets from 50C to 1500. Comforts
"Apex." "Annex" or "Wetax." Brussels Net Lace Curtains at $3.50, $4 $5.00, $8.oo. Irish Point
50,
doz. Embroidered Handkerchiefs
thought it did not amount to anything not cockle with rain. Navy,garnet In Cotton and Eideidown /5c to $12.50. An Extensive Variety 50 -
I regret that your way of publishing and Point D'Arco Curtains to Portiers in the ef-
$3.90 $7,50. newest hemstitched
when it was the very thing brown, green. Special price, 75c neat effects, J
these adverse pieces for the "wets" fects. A s\\'ellline ranging in price from Si.75 a pair to $20.00. '
needed. all linen, special pr CC 6 for 75c.
Z. C. Chambliss the banker and led me to misunderstand you. In the Silk Waip Henriettas and Our Clothing: and Gents Furnishing Department Nottngham lace curtains at 9Sc a pair to $3.50. Swiss bed room 50 doz Embroidtr.-d Handker-
hcnesty of my heart I wrote a private
lock raiser, Silk curtains 69:: to
was down for an extended Warp Crespines-Especially 135.
chiefs embroidered effects
Pete to the Democrat explaining the neat ,
talk. but did not materialize. .Men's Suits: in Black Granite. Special $10.00
adapted for fine Del- ------------
': situation in few words, and requested:: gowns. all Sheer Linen, $2.75 per doz. A
'The Opposition of Barrooms to the an editorial to counteract the Influence icate spastal shades, 38 inches wide Men's[ Suits in Fall'Y"orstpL Social __________ 10.00! SHOES special good value. Regular price

Public tin of Fellowship Schools" by, was Mr. the EmaAuel address Mar-of of your editorial clipping, which per yard .$.J.OO and $t 25 I Ien'. Sui s ill Black Clay Worsted: _--- ---------- 10.00 The following Celebrated Brands: anywhere $4.00 per doz.

the morning in grotesqueness of fig- was misleading to the public. Unfor- New Mohairs-In stripes and Boys' School Suits ranging; from ---- ---_$.00 to $5.00 Merriam's Line forrliildren.------------- 65 to $3.00

urea humor of delineation and power:,' private tunately note the, and Democrat forced you published to explain my shadow checks, for Shirt Waist Come and look at these Bargains when in need of a first-class article \Vickert & Gardiner, for ladies__________$3.00 to $4.00 A SALE OF WHITE BED SPREADS

and the force status of vividness of the two of presentationof institutions. i 1 the matter of charges. I accept your Suits and Skirts, 45 inches, $.JQO for little money. Crossett Shoes, for men ---_____________$3.00 to $4.00 too Full Size Bed Spreads in Mar-

It was so good it should appear in statement in regard to the courtesies 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 $12598c

full. A synopsis would do it an In- .I extended.note had reference What I said only in to my the private mat- Dress Goods in fancy effects and Manhattan & Eclipse Negligee Shirts. Priestley's Crava- Bernalda Line, the Best 81.50 Ladi(' SJioe in the World. Fringed Bed Spreads, adapted for

justice. ter sent in by the Prohibition Club. I plain, per yard- -- - .-----SOc nette Rain Coats. H. S. & M. Winter Overcoats and Suits The Davis, the Best ?.OOLadies' Shoe. brass beds, full'size $..t.502
Rev. C. C. Carroll pastor of the
think we have paid and will pay for
Baptist church, was down for an ad- ""
: every line we have sent in. and if we

knew sick dress at on why his the Mr.home.same Carroll Mr.subject was Gist but sick said-was he he I have in, any and Instance sought withheld help under our" signature the- Ladies'' Cloaks From $$2 to $$25 ; Children's' and Misses' Jackets From $$1 to $$10; Ladies and Children's Sweaters From 75c to $3.

cover of your editorial "we, thus
had been at Mcintosh for two days
i forcing you to break your own law of
and ate too much. ,
I neutrality: we ask you kindly to expose -
Rev L. W. Moore called
was to

speak for Mr. Carroll. He said on that i ogize us to, and the we public.shall It be there glad to is apol-any- ,'' We enter upon Fall 1905 with A MOST COMPLETE 1 STOCK m All Departments and respectfully solicit an inspection, fully

was Impossible, but crystalized a few
: thing for which prohibitionists contend convinced that All Classes with Extensive of Honest and i Merchandise.
thoughts from Dr. Bunny's lecture*'1 it is for an open stand on all the we can satisfy our Variety Up-to-date
on the "School and Saloon." I
facts and adherence to all the truth
The principal of the Dunnellon I and not simply a part of it. And when
school said they had dengue fever at RHEINAUER & CO. THE LEADERS
I the "wets" attempt to snatch up apiece
that place and his assistant teachers ,
of news and try to magnify it,
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were down with it. He did not know I
and sneak under the weight of youri I
\\t the other teachers of the county
editorial, "we" it not only exposes the I
were afflicted that way. but he wishel
weakness:: of their cause, but gets the HALLOWE'EN PARTY
to know what the schools of the coun- I I
editor and the undersigned into a hole. I SPECIAL SALE II -
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ty were doing towards contributions
How shall we get out, Mr. Editor? As The ladies of St. Catherine's Guild: j Capital $50,000.
to the school exhibit at Tampa. j I i
I am on top of you I suggest that you I
will! II.iIlo\\eVn entertainment
President King asked how many. give a j
beg pardon for that particular editorial -
Would contribute, and some eight I at the episcopal Rectory Okl.l\\aha'
"we," and I will beg pardon for
HERBERT A FORD President
lands went up. This inquiry brought ;avenue, Tuesday evening Oct. 31, beginning ,
nit the fact that Ocala and McIntosh: writing a private nute about W. Moore.It.L Saturday and Monday at C o'clock. GEO. H. FORD, Vice President and Cashier.J. .

is ere trying to do their very best along! Tht-re will be all kinds of amuseiinnts B. BROOKS, Assistant Cashier.

these lines.Professor. i I The Star declines to consider Itselfin appropriate for the occasion.The .

King said his school was''' a hole. Mr. Moore may occupy suchan spirit! of Hallowe'en will be visible -

making an effort and he hoped every1 I! aperture if he chooses. Mr. Moore's i, everywhere. Everything: will be

teacher of every school in the county'i statements to the True Democrat was ....OF.... iI i done in true Hallowe'en style. D..Iicj..us CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK

would have the pupils produce something i refreshments will be served and
to the
effect that the Star does not
and. all put together, he felt th"re will be lots of fun for old and ,
publish any temperance matter except

confident the schools.it would' prove no discreditto : what it charges for. while it publishes Ladies'' =to=Wear young.

numerous items of antitemperancefree : Ready AT TIlE RECTORY. HALLOWE'EN, OF OCALA.
The noon hour having arrived, the
and with the object of prejudicing TUESDAY, OCT. 31.
meeting adjourned.
its readers against the temperance J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON

.. cause. Now Mr. Moore reads the Trimmed Hats.We THE DENGUEA GEO MAcIIAY.
ED HILLER.
W Incident on Col.! S. I. I
Directors
Star, and he is also a leader in the I ;
\Vailes. because, it illustrates how often HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.
prohibition campaign. He ought to
little 'things determine men's NightmareThe R. S. HALL.
ac-
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know. if he does not, that the Star has
tions. Colonel l Wailes, who is visitIng published columns of temperance shades s of night were showing fast -

various parts of the state on land :1 I without I And all was dark in the west;
news for
making any charge
matters,'1n which he has a personal ] I thought to soothe my aching bones, PRESIDENT IN A COLLISIONThe
it. He
j i ought to know that the editor
interest was drawn to Palatka. (not. of the Star wrote a considerable part are not Exclusive Dealers in this Line, but We :1 So I laid me down to res-t. OCALA FURNITURE CO.WE .
I I
however, in this matter) to make his | Hut: my slumber. oh! how restless. lighthouse! tender Magnolia, on

old Maryland :friend, Col. X. Tielgh- j i jOf I written said news a great himself deal, and more would if he have had Invite the Ladies' Special Attention to Our NeW;i Arid! my bones were wrapt in pain; her way down the river from New

man the cypress shingle king of Flor- i I not been disabled. His stress the ; I <-.-iiu-tl struggling with some demon. Orleans, with President Roosevelt on have the for the
on Goods Have of the Best Assortments
ida a friendly call and beg of him a editorial "we" is as we one |I tut: n>y struggle was in vain. board Thursday. evening ran into the agency
a mere quibble. ByI
favor, which request was nothing short ''fc't'.itigithe: !; feeling that came o'er me, fruit steamer Esi't-rada. Both vessels
I the same rule he should know that Ever Presented to the People of Ocala. These Goods : were damaged and went aground. The
of beseeching for a "hominy" gin or It u article in
any not the editorial part of
mill. Colonel TIelghman is a man of I the paper is not editorial. There are Were Purchased at Prices that Defy Competition- We : [ thought 'twas the hand of Satan. president was taken off by another
tender. the 1which took
inventive mind, and'ne'erfancying the Anl tried with might to lighthouse
my scream.I ""
ground corn or grits, or the boiled lye every advertisements other paper.in the all Star the time and worded nearly can Afford to Offer Them to You for ACTUAL COST of I felt him and his burning hand him to the cruiser West Vi.rginia, Leather Furniture, and if you
outside the
hominy: proceeded to create a mill of ; That was pressed down on my brow waiting just passes.

his own that operated on the grains of I in the same person manner ever thinks and no for well an Informed in- Material. It Will be to Your Interest Inspect Them. i And a thousand flames coursed thro'. but knew it there is none better.
CURES WINTER COUGHJ. ,
with knives: somewhat as the mv'-
corn
i stant that they are anything but paid These Hats Will Speak for Themselves. I
knives of a cotton gin. Now, this new'I I caa almost feel them now.I .

process of Colonel Tielghman not only'advertisements.i in an argument for If his Mr. side Moore, and brings pays fancied I could see his face. E. Grover 101 N. Main St": Otta- We would be glad to have you

removed the skin or covering from the With his most Satanic grin wa/ Kans., writes: "Every fall it has _
for It, it
will be published. whether it
grain but cuts it up in particles so And agonies-then with his words: been my wife's trouble to catch a severe -
''Is signed. credited, or not. The Staris The Boston Store I and look at this Furniture
when the hominy is boiled for nine, not so dreadfully jealous of the edi- Nov suffer for every sin!" cold, and therefore to cough all i come :

hours it is ready"to make -the finest 1 torial "we" ,, .\ thousand devils were on my back winter kng. Last fall I got her a bot- :.
as some journalists who
griddle cakes that ever tickled the human think the angels stop to listen every I j And my bones told of their jolts; tie of Horehound Syrup. She used it. and we will take pleasure in

palate. So delicious are these : time CCALA. FLA. The! fueling in my stomach told and has been able to sleep soundly all
| they sneeze. The Star has nowI i
o when properly baked that ColoI I i That it held a keg of bolts. night long. Whenever the cough trou-
i bt'gsI
I stated its side of the case and i
I nel \v3Ve8, when he spoke of them to, Mr. Moore's leave to close the argu I know.the peifume of my breath bles her, two or three doses stops the showing it to you. We carry at

I a leadlnk i Chicago caterer. the latter 'ment. If it will make him feel any. Must have been of color black: cough, and she is able to be up and
was so impressed with the description I know could taste ancestorsAt well. :25c.!:; SOc and $I. Sold by all
;i better we take great joy in stating all times a full assortment of
of them \hat he asked for the material t'dlI' FOR SALES least a thousand years back.I dmrgists. ,
that he has not excited any ire,
and recijte to make them. He was torial spoke in my most earnest tone:

upplied. And now this Chicago caterer. i I N. B.or-otherwise.This column of type is not "Mister Devil, I wish you well. A MANKILLER ARRESTEDJim everything in the Furniture line

\ho rvns nine of the leading I But I hope that you'll excuse me
restaurants sidE's'
paid for .. .
nor to be paid for. Both U I .<..
.f the Windy City, has two If this is what you call hell Giasco a negro desperado, is in
have had their
and is
i i say as our cus- > if
"hominy cake days" in a week in all torn, further argument on the subjectwill Then I felt a new sensationIt jail at Chipley for the murder of nine and our prices are not right,

of his restaurants, and although they be charged for. seemed to me like a chill- men. He is the cause of the death ofa

are the highest priced lunch dishes on Ditto and Maloney P't-! some gentle voice had whispered: convict guard and eight convicts at we will make them so.

his counters they draw thousands and II-re. wake up and take this pill." Ayook in Washington county. two
Ii The Star is full of new advertisements -
it is almost impossible to meet the! V. L. M. wet-ks ago. murdering the guard and

demand on these days. Colonel Wailes today. Read them: they are all I Io setting the stockade on fire.: Four SMITH & ROBERTS
interesting.Dr. HOUSES HOMES FARMS AND LOTSNo.
wants one of these "hominy" mills to!: A DAREDEVIL RIDE convicts were burned alive and four ,

take to Nevada to supply his copper j I were so badly injured that they soon
T. K. Slaughter mayor of Belle- I ften ends\ In a sad accident. To teal OCALA. FLA
the colonel died.
miners having acquainted i< ,
.
---' with the marvelous excellency j j view, who was in the city yesterday I j; '.cidertal injuries use Bucklen's\ Ar- --

reports having purchased the Seminole |: :nira Salve. ".\. deep wound in my foot
of th 1lble. i Hotel from Mrs. }o'. W. Buckley. 1. Good 2 story 8 room house. Splendid porches, yard 1-4, fr"m an accident," writes Theodore PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

Colonel'ailes' visit to Ocala the | acre. Near High school. A big bargain._ .. WILL MAKE NO CHANGE
other day was his first in fifteen years Whether "Dr. Tom" will turn boniface $13CO'1: hut-Ie of Columbus, 0.. "caused me FRESH MEATS UND VEGETABLES

or since the phosphate excitement of remains to be seen. No. 2 Six room cottage and 20 acres of good land with I art-it pain. Physicians were helpless,, No matter which candidate Is elected -

& decade and a half ago. It was then j; peach trees. Only one and a mile from town. Price. .$500''[ i.ut Bur-k.en's" Arnica Salve quickly Foley's Honey and: Tar will remainthe --0--

he sold to Captain Adams of Lake City THE___ANT i i I No. 3. Splendid S room house, new roof, newly painted, etc, Large :like healc-i it. Soothes and heals turns people's favorite remedy for
magic. 25c. at the Anti-Monopoly Western Beef Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef, Mutton Ar
10.000 acres of land at J2: an acre, Simply II ,
Facts yard running through entire block. South Third street. 2nd Dr ugstore. coughs, colds and incipient consump-
About One of Nature's Most In-
his word of
on promise and with- warJ. See tOlS Price -- _- -_ _ _._ .$1700No. tion. It cures quickly and prevents mour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork Sausage, Cabbage -
out a scrap of paper to bind the bar- I I I dustrious Creatures. '

gain. Our late Jno. P. Dunn later became i I When spring comes with all Its 4. Nicest small house in city. Known as Colby house in 1st I RAILROAD RATES to TAMPA FAIR vine pneumonia.Ind, writes A. J.: Nusbaum"I suffered, Bates-for Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets, Sweet I ,

the owner of the land. which ward, near in. This house is a beaaty and will sell quick at "
wealth of opening buds and new flowers three months with a severe cold. A I Potatoes, Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions. l"t
proved rich in phosphate. Before Colonel the low price of-------------------------------- $1800No. TIm SEABOARD AIRLINE will sell
,
the
ant is preparing for a seasonof : druggist prepared me some medicine
Wailes could make out the deed profitable industry. 5. Splendid farm containing 120 acres best land. Some good tickets Nov. 14 anti daily thereafter anti a physician prescribed for me, yetI W. P. EDWARDS
for the laud.be-Was offered Saturday and :; ,
50,000 for 1 -si rpt' Sundays, up to
It comes out of its winter quarters hard wood, some good fruit, etc. Some newly fenced. 31-2 !;: jid not improve. I then tried Folay's '
the tract, but he said his word had :: including all trains scheduled tiiit
passed, and it ;'and locates a new home where it can miles south of town. Price. . __ __ _. . .$1200 ;, Honey and Tar. and eight doses cured Phone, 108, City Market .
had to stand against the store : :r. Tampa Nov. 30 at J3 50 for "
pleadings of the party, who said he months away the sustenance during the for the summer No. 6. Nice S room house, .large! yard. Some fine shrubbery ardnear .j... runt. trip. I me. Sold by the Postoffiee Drugstore.A '
long
was a d- fool to let J30,000 slip winter days. ': \Y.V.. Clyatt's! ; home in first ward. House in vol<
| JUDICIOUS INQUIRYA
on account of a verbal promise. But Just as industrious as the antbutin condition. Cheap at. --_ -__. ...____ _____ ____ .$2300< HCW TO CURE NE"-V- ;
that la ,not Colonel Wailes' idea of well known traveling man who _
honor and business. different way, are the countless- No. 7. Two good building lots only four blocks from square nearj j CORNS AND BUNIONS visits the drug trade pays he has often -

The colonel spoke feelingly of his. infinitesimal germs which burrow into Ocklawaha annue.lu: t go i at once at, each ----$250 First soak the corn or bunion in heard druggists inquire of customers -
the
scalp and eat the Piano
old time, friend. General Robert Bullock of the hair. away at roots No. 8. For investment: One new 5 room cottage and 2 new 3 room warm water 'to soften it; then pare it who asked for a cough medicine TTpirigjlrtJEWELERS.

and said that of the Xearin. in down as closely as possible without i whether it \\'as'anted for achtI.1
many men As they burrow away, dandruff cottages. Pay rents $Ij per month, or 20 percent
he had met In public life he knew of forms, and if the germs are not all net on investment at the price of. __ __ _..$850 drawing blood and apply Chamberliir.s i or an adult, and if or a child
Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing they almost invariably recommend $230
j
whom
none he held in I
that he did General Robert higher Bullockfor esteem killed. Baldness results. No. 9. Good 5 room house and 28 good lots one mile west of to ATI. vigorously for five minutes at each Chamber ain's Cough Remedy. The

his splendid qualities of heart and Newbro's Herpieide is the only Mustbesold at once. . -- -- . . . .$400 :application. A corn piaster should; be J reason for this is that they know thereI

hand. ; known Sold remedy that kills the germs. If you want to buy come early or your choice wil! be gone. "(/rr. a few days to protect it from i I is no danger from it and that it always -
i by leading
druggists. Send 10 : I the shoe.5 a general liniment for I cures. There is not the least OCALA MUSIC CO1
.(cents in stamps for sample to the DITTO & MALONEY sprains bruises. lann and in
Colonel ess rheumatism danger giving it, and for coughs
Adam Elchelberger has anOther I jlferplclde Co., Detroit, Mich. I ;
attack I 'I'dlngs.. Pain Balm Is unewUIed. For I colds ard croups it is unsurpassed.oreJreItoceDru ,

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OCALA OCCURRENCES MUNROK & CUAMBLISS H! I WILL MOVE BROOKSVILLE i JUST RECEIVED : ANOTHER BIG DEAL ')

F ( The I
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday nightA I 'I big plant of Hoopes Bros. &j I t -

,, II Darlington, commonly called the spoke Yesterday witnessed another big,

complete line of blankets at the I and rim factory. with Capt. O. W. Reagan I II A full and complete line of 'j turpentine location deal in Ocala. The, MONEY SAVEBW

Fair. !j, BANKERS manager, will move from Ocala Blount Real Estate Company acting

: to Brooksville. The matter of the removal as agents for Messrs. P. H. Nugent fc ;

.Master Ed Blount is quite ill with (OcaIa of the plant has been talked of Co.. sold the 11,000 acre turpentine 10"J;
fever. i FloridaLOANS. I for some time, but has now been definitely HICK GRADE cation of that firm, situated near the. i! <, .

i settled. The reason for the removal SHOESFOR postoffice of Higley in the extreme i -A.T-

New Florida Syrup at the O. K. is that most of the hardwood southeastern portion of this county )

Grocery. timber in this section has been used to Mr. P. P. Lester of this city. The

DEPOSITS. I, up and the local freights on the railroads consideration was $ OOOU. The new I THE FAIR

S Ever Ready Batteries. The Yonge in hauling to Ocala and then firm will be called the Higley Turpentine '

& Cline Co. I CONSERYATISM. ACCOMMODATION ,re-ship North are too high. The com- ., LADIES and CHILDREN. Company, and takes immediate )I'i -

pany has several large tracts of timber charge. Mr. Nugent will go into the :

Mrs. Layne of the second ward is - secured near Brooksville, and the ,'i .. market for another location 'i "FOR' THE

down with the dengue. expense of transportation will be verylight It is almost a daily occurrence now OASH"WE ARE SELLING :
R. D. FULLER ,
1 L. F. BLALOCK in getting the timber to the mill. !1 The kind that fit wed and look for Ocala people to turn one of thesebig -
:
Crepe tissue! Crepe tissue! dt-als. and the Blount J
At the Mr. Reagairr said today that the workof Real EstateCompany 20 pounds Granulated

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. i FULLER & BLALOCK tearing down and shipping the plantto right. Let generally figures in them 1! Sugar for---______________$J 00
us show them to i i Arbuckle's
DENTAL SURGEONS Brooksville would commence late you. pretty conspicuously. This company J Coffee per pound____________________ f5
When you want anything to read. j! in February or the first of March. This has had: splendid success in bringing i i Best Grade Green

go to the Ocala News Company. i, {Office Over Monroe & Chambliss' Bankj ] will bea heavy loss to Ocala. In addition : buyers and sellers together, and has: j j Coffee. 71-2: pounds_.___________ J 00
JI a great many tracts of land in ; Other Grades
i to the splendid families of Mr. HELVENSTON PASTEUR COMPANY their1hands Cheaper, f
An immense line of sheets and pillow |j OCALA, FLA. Reagan and his sons there are more to handle. !j i One Half Barrel Sack > c

cases at Mclver & MacKay's. than thirty men employed, most of Best Flour, guaranteed____-i'2 85I

j i I whom with their families will go with I I SAVED HIS LIFE Other Groceries just as cheap. < *. :

The Fair has put in a pretty line of : :Terms, Cash. ': the plant. The mills have been here WEATHER FORECAST Yard
' AUSTIN I Wide
holiday china and glass novelties. If j[ imi m** '. __ about six years, and have spent in I SANDERS J. W. Davenport Wingo, Ky.. writes j! Yellow Hom pun.Jlea\"Y good quality_...._.5

f I E.CHACE Ocala during that time about J260.000. Washington. Oct. 28.! Partly cloudy Miss Mabel the June 14, 1902: "I want to tell you i'I Standard d, Fast Color Calicoes_
FOR SALE-Good buggy harness, .I pretty and accomplished i- believe Ballard's Snow Liniment _
: tonight and: Sunday saved --j.-5
\ etc. A bargain. E. E. Cline daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob' life. 61.50 Blankets -7i---- :;
Ocala. my I under forper !
was
AT THE treatment of two I pair _
.DENTAL SURGEON CHURCHES TOMORROW -- ert Sanders of Dunnellon. was -----T- :-|--..-. .._ '!
married
doctors, and '
they told "'
me one of 181.25o "u \i
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A choice and complete line of groceries -1! I Office OYSTERS ARE IN SEASON in Macon. Ga., Wednesday to ReI \. lungs was entirely gone, and the other mylf. L- >,, : ___-.1Z.__-____ir.___<. ; 90
at the Fair. Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bld'gOCALA Methodist I G. F. Austin also of the PhosphateCity. badly affected. I don't l H.. >l ..
; 9:20 The E k's Cafe Miss Sanders think I I, ------------ 75
I i FLA. : a. m.-Sunday school. : opposite the was attending the could have lived over two months long- ------
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Helen Brown daughter of Jake 11 a. m.-Preaching by the pastor. A. C. L passenger depot, is now I Wesleyan Female College in Macon. er. I was induced by a friend to try !, L-- .
t ,
Brown was sick 3 p. m.-Senior I 'f!
with dengue feverthis League. Ballard's
morning. I] Terms, Cash. j 4 p. m.-Junior League. i serving oysters in any style. The Next Friday afternoon the pupils of Snow Liniment The first (
I : > i; pplication gave Sheetings and
me great relief.
.:aO only a la carte house in the the Ocala Tw 1 Bleachings at old Prices
I n. m -Prpachln-? bv the .Da---; city. High School will indulge in i 50 cent bottles cured me sound and I!

Carpet remnants and other small I tor. Strictly first-class in all respects. I II Tennyson sentiments and versification. well. It is a wonderful medicine, and'!!'

Kay.rugs at big bargains. Mclver & Mac- Coal !i j The public is Invited. I i! G. R. TROXLER, Prop. I, The public is invited. I recommend It to suffering humanity." No Advance.
Grace Church Sold by all druggists. ;i
I The purest anc1 : nest toilet soaps. a

New Florida Syrup at the O. K. ; Blacksmith. I!. (Rev. G. H. Harripon rector.) : Go to the Ocala News Company for arge stock of tie best goods alwaysn HAS McETHERIDGE !

Grocery.The Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity. wedding I hand. BEAT J A BIG LINE OFLadies'
i : presents. Tydings and Company. i ii
i Egg and Charcoal.AT ::3u a. m.-Holy communion. ii
A
i negro ilravmnn: nf OcaIL Tuna.. .1.1: '
Ocala "
News 9:30: '1- --- -- -
Company is openIng ; a. m.-Sunda school. : -I
today a beautiful line of new holiday ,i 11 a. m.-Morning prayer, litany and M den now by: name, whose whereabouts are I Men's and Children's Sweaters
books. iI : unknown. beat McEtheridge all ,
I McIvElt[ : .Yo )IACKAYS i sermon. i j holloHe bought a horse and ', Prices
| 7:30 i wagon'> Low. Best
p. m.-Evening prayer and ser { from J. Starr Sternberger Shoes at Lowest _
Twenty pounds"of granulated sugar mon. I BIG I on the in- ,
for $l, cash, at the The Guarantee I stallment plan and had made one'' "
Fair. I Clothing and ShoeCompany Wednesday All Saint's Day holy: payment. He Prices. Every Pair Guaranteed. -- .
then
gave a bill of sale!
-- is finding that advertising:! 'communion and sejmon 10 a. m. :
'of
it to half a dozen
Welch's grape Juice always on hand I II pays. i! Friday evening prayer at 4:30: p. m. different persons,! Come ....
for family trade at the Postoft'ce' I I j Public cordially invited. .getting from each good big sums of! and see for yourselves.

Drugstore. i money say half the value of the .-I
I ILadles' WANTED good man at the firej! '-rty. and then skipped, and pror A. "l. WEBB PROPRIETOR. :OT
now Mr. ,
There i
j will be
station. no service at
Boys not wanted. the Presbyterian -
knitted shawls and f8cinat-1 j I' S. has re-possessed the outfit through!' .
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A. J. Brigance Chief. church tomorrow, as Dr RUG SALE -- -
ors, all wool, at the Fair. \tr. ji. i* Anaerson. nis
I : Lindsay is in Atlanta sick. had attorney, who
another
man carry the team
to the
Mr.
T. T.
This is koaan Monroe did not to Xew
weather. We sell ko- go t livery stable while
daks and kodak things. The Postoffloc i York to consult an oculist about his: Dr. C. C. Carroll pastor of the flap telling the last the attorney was 3

Drugstore. jt-yes, but went to see friends and take: tist (church is very ill with dengue fever owner and most recent

i I II[ a vacation, which we trust will be: and will be unable to hold services I I ,' man possessor being how temporarily it had happened, the, $$10.00' FREFTo
induced
to hire
well enjoyed. i i at the church tomorrow. The
Men's and bays' sweaters, a new line! usual Sunday school and Sunbeam I i I his team.
Just received, at the Fair.
j Xew Florida Syrup at the O. K. '' sen-ices will be held, however. i
0 j SOME SEASONABLE ADVICE '
rocery.
A large assortment ; -AT THE- ;
of Royal i
Wilton The examination tablets for school It may be a piece of superfluous
rugs. very handsome at Mclver &:; Pasco examinations i advice to I the Person Guessing the Nearest !_';
MacKay's. county recorded victory for -it the Anti-Monopoly_ :: urge people at this season' Xuinber ofTablet

,_ the dry ticket October 24. The "wets", Drugstore, price: lower than any, I ist I l I| :of the year to lay in a supply of, the Xorth Window
of
n..G'rroll called for the election. : the best in Ocala. See and believe; Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is .
R. ; ; .
went to St. Petersburg < ., '
almost "
also ink and pencil I tablets. sure to be needed before winter -
thi f.T
afternoon to si>end Sunday with'nls !
l 1 is ,

: family. i iI' pleasant FOR RENT.upstairs UNFURNISHED rooms, in one of the D i There is no better line of rugs i in : >, and satisfactory over and results much more are obtained prompt The

best residence town than find when taken as soon as a cold Is contracted Variety Store
Desirable rooms for rent near the sections of the city. Apply you can here. Ocala .
and
sauare. nicely located. at the Star office. Furniture Crumnnv before it has become settled -
Ai.rdv at this Variety Store in the
office. system, which can only be .

I i i i We have just opened up our big fall 1 The Star takes pleasure in callingthe This done by keeping the remedy at hand. The only condition you have to comply with is to .
is
remedy
and 1 attention so widely known pur.chase
winter stock of wool blankets in of the ladies to the Boston andso
Remember the Ocala News Com- : altogether good that ; STATIONERY to the amount of ;
all weights and at all prices. Mclver Store specialty-Ladies Ready-to- no one should twenty five cents.
pttny has books to '
rent. Come in and j& MacKay.Eye Wear and Trimmed Hats. This is an hesitate about buying It in preference We sell all kinds of
the
see list. to stationery cheaper than house
any other. It is for any
opportunity you can ill afford to miss! : sale by the
: Sale continues through I Postoffice Drugstore. 'in i this state. Our goods and prices with those
For decorations or designs use strained, if neglected may lead Monday. I II compared of
tissue crepe to total loss of eyesight. Call and (;any other house will easily convince the
paper from the large THEY : most skeptical.
supply at
I have Dr. D.1.. Have you sen' those little alcohol STOLE PECANS j
the Boney examine them.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore; largest assortment, colors and shades now in building. the thing for these hot Oct Roy Davis and Ben Lumpkin, two .114
Ocala. :i Ir r days and cheaptoo. Monday 30th ,
i I|i Ii At last Mr. Seymour thinks his Costs you 75c. for the stove and small colored boys, were tried in Justice -

;:r railroad tie cutter is perfected and as ?c. an hour to run It. Bullock's court this morning for A I I FEW ITEMS FROM OUR STATIONARY DEPARTMENT:

An elegant line of beautiful quilts, J' stealing pecan nuts, and were fined
soon as he can get a pair of trucks he "
.
comforts and blankets at the Ocala will remove it from the foundry and Goods that are good, at prices thattare $I > and costs each, which was promptly .':00{ page pencil tablet for

Purnlture Co. give it a trial. J I right, backed by a reputation that --- ------- -'- --- I paid[ by the parents of the bo)'.. ii { .4
we are of. ------ ---- ... -
v |* proud Ocala Furniture I -------- ,
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We have as pretty a line of tall i A : '
and Company SPLENDID IDEA ;; 400 pencil tablet
winter dress A full line of cigars ana tobacco. I t ti page
goods as can be found in Ty- tI
town. The Fair. 1 lings & Co. :' I CARMICHAEL & HOUGH 'I A new idea in a Cough Syrup is advanced ---- 5c
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i Beautiful Japanese china. Don't in Kennedy's Laxative Honey j ---------- -

FOR |I lion. H. W. Long was in town this fail to see it, at the Fair. and Tar. Besides containing pine tar, > 5c ink tablets' for j, .
SALE-Second-hand
square piano morning. He reports Mrs. Long. who I We give Free Presents. |! honey, and other valuable remedies, it :i t tI .. Ji '- -.4c .
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cheap; cash or on installment. H. consisting of Turkey Roasters, Hall --------- -----------
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I Racks. ; -
i is visiting her sister. Mrs. Will Pelot had letter Towel I is rendered laxative, so that its .
D. Stokes Love, in a yesterday II Racks Silver Coffee use in-
Merchants' Block. Pots etc.. with lOc ink tablets linen for
every pound
i Jacksonville as slowly I recovering from Xobie Strobhar of Gainesville, 'I Powder at 50 cents package of flaking sures a prompt and efficient evacuation -, pure ..8cEatonIluribut's

If from the dengue fever. }who is now ill in New York, saying1: per pound. 'I' of the bowels. It relaxes the nervous -,
you are going to put down matting 1 Tickets for other valuable ---- ------ -.fl*---- -
presents given with .
.
that his physician had advised him to every purchase of Soap system, and cures all coughs, '
we would like to show what: Soap Powders. Starch i 1 : Irish linen tablets for '
you We Coffee
have just received to the and Extracts. colds,
have another carl l go mountains of Colorado as' croup whooping cough, etc. AI 1 .l.4c.
we in that line
Ocala Furniture s load of hay presses of different 1 soon as he is With every pound of Tea at 60c., we will red clover blossom --.-.
Company.Mr sizes able to travel. Mr.\ Stro- ; give a handsome Lemonade Pitcher j and the honey bee I ____ i

both portable and stationary. Ma- ;. 'blur lost a foot a few days ago in a Pudding Pan or Cake Mould. is on every bottle of the original Lax- : Eaton-Hurlbut's twotohe linen tablets for _
j ion Hardware Company. I II II''railroad accident With every 25 cents worth ative Cough *
at of Syrup-Kennedy's
W J. .F. 1 High Springs. Laundry Soap, we will give a Mixing Bowl Laxa-i i OC-4 ,
8af."If > and chil.l of j Mr. J. N. Strobhar, tire Honey and Tar. .
An .
father ideal
I of Nobie, Every article and every present is first class and ( remedy' ------- .. -..
Jacksonville r K who have been the guestsof i!I Dr. and Mrs. S. IE. Butch are exPeted -j; was a former resident of this city your money will be refunded if both are not as represented.fully guaranteed, and : for children. Mothers praise It. It <80 page examination tablet, sells for lOc OUL- price! /-
,
Huge and
wife, returned home home the first of next week and! agent for the old Plant System at FULL LINE OF j is best for all. Sold by the AntiMonopoly ': : ; :Ajj
>f.sierday.An i! from their visit to Nebraska. j ithis: (,lacl". STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES i Drugstore '
i .
i '
I I I South Main St. Give Us a Call. Ocala. Florida. I 15c composition books for :* '- ) '*Oi' "" ..-

immense line of comforts, handsomely i The biggest tallest and prettiest London crepe and tissue paper. largest - SPECIAL LOW I i .
made in silk and cotton, and glass vases ever seen In the City are ---- ------ ------ ------
stoc-k and :assortment at the Anti3.10nf'plIl ROUND TRIP RATES
beautiful in design; the prettiest ever at Mclver & MacKay's. ly Drugstore.All I __ lOc; composition; books; for -
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seen here. Mclver & MacKay. THE PUBLIC HAS DISCERNMENT Via the Atlantic Coast Line :|'I 5c
Sheriff Gordon *-

Mr. Ranier of Eureka was in town afternoon to carry went several to Tampa prisoners this prices the that latest are styles low. Ocala in iron Furniture beds at Chattanooga first Tenn., and return. One ;, i5c; composition books, l leatherette.covers; ;fh; ;
clans fare ,
plus 25c. t
Tickets
today Mr R. is one of the most noted down' for Mr. Blount.
Company.
Let sold November 8 and 9, final limit I --- .
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coon hunters
in the county and a any store these It never pays to Joggle November All .' J.
15.
pioneer we all love to meet. There is nothing in the furniture Puy j< standard makes of 5c lead pencils for ..,. : : ;
an alccnol .
stove for Nashville
line 75c. at the Tenn., and return. One 3c
too good for you. We have it. days and times with ,
Postoffice advertisements .cuu' .
Drugstore, for use anything.The .
making tea urSI class laif, .
At the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, : Ocala Furniture Cimpany. .' plus 5c. Tickets'old -; ::.-- ; ..I.,
<'offee or any light cooking. Heats November, 20 'Good lead for
and pencils
** 21, final limit
linen while it lasts can be had one-pounJ =- '" =- -- a i i B water in a jiffy, and only costs 2c. an that 'talkbigger" most clever trick- November 30. ,!i I j -. -*..,4f C

paper and envelopes, fabric fiir- hour. to burn For further information call | ------ -----_ -_________ ,j____. .
on ticket' :
samples ish. any displaced.Combs. shade for. 50 cents. See the than the goods ster makes a slp now agent, or write J. S. Hartsell, D. P'j| 5c ink and pencil erasers: ": ''t'Cl'.1

Twenty pounds of granulated sugar A., Tampa, FIa.NOTICE <
for and then. Closely following ------ .
$1 cash, -
at the Fair. and how I ----------
bru" ,.->t. sooritres. and all other soon that store OF loc combination pencil boxes for .
ELECTION
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toilet articles. Tydings the men's j Iflri "
and Com You can find the latest and suits "
pany.Mr. most will learn what wonderful f The undersigned hereby give notice ,,
fashionable box ------.----------
Candies Ocala News Company.We paper. etc., at the in newness of weaves to all persons that an election has been I j'i lOc pencil boxes' for / -,, .-1;:, |" rt; -.. | P Jf ":'!o :. "..
and
Kaiser of the Kaiser House will t Chocolates) at discernment the public and is hereby called for, and will beheld ; : ; J -. F ;... 51c; :.

Shortly to and in on Tuesday, the 2Sth day of No- j ---- -----
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go Hastings Fla., to take have the most textorial pat- -- --------
charge of Frank T. W. TROXIER'S. elegant line of member, 1905, in Marion county, state [Spencerian *' .r. ..-
Bugbee's dozen
lace has. points
packing and and portiere ; And pen J': '
curtains that haveever isn't it per :
meat house. -- - terns. The of Florida, to decide whether the sale : .-: .
been boy's suitsat C'
shown in this
city. The
A. P. Phillips of Atlanta has taken of intoxicating liquors, wines or beer -- -------------
If flurge of the third chair in P. C. Da'is' styles are the very latest, and the colors -: likely that the store the Guarantee shall le prohibited in said county ot1Ia'ion you are looking for a quiet, home- and designs the most beautiful i pen per % : ) 0 #
like \ barber shop. LS provided by ARTICLE XIX t1 ,:.5'
house to stop at, yet possessing all]!1 ever seen here. Mclver & MacKay. that of the .
Constitution ---- ----
of ---
Florida. -
in ----
the ---
exaggerates -
& Shoe i
of the advantages of a big, modern Clothing CD'S.are -
"[lob and Tex" are receiving and Board of County Commissioners lOc rules for -
L
hotel try Colonel '
Shipman's Monte- CONTRACTING
AND
zuma, and you'll be pleased. opening tons of toys and holiday : BUILDING paper to get you in will a distinct achieve- of Marion County i ; ; i at : .oJ' 5c
If you are going to build (Seal. ---- -------------- .
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g lIt ds at the Ocala News Company's! anything, State of Florida; S. T. Sis- ------. -------

st ore. from a cedar clothes chest to a fine claim too ment. But there's trunk, as Clerk of said Boardof Colored crayons, 14 colors in box, for *. L r .
much :
Stoves and ranges, and blue flameoil residence or a brick block don't failto again County Commissioners i ; .4 _.

stoves, all sizes and prices. Call 1)0Ou see or write for estimates to J. Mc- j ------------ '
suffer with asthma that "'

and ware look Company.the stock overMarion hard tPrrh,: ? Then us- Adam's Cure. or Price ca-, "The Nealy,Man the Who contractor and builder! to persuade you into more charms the NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE (!! Colored crayons28 colors in box**!foi/ J **|&" J;., X i5 _..

50 Doesn'tVait"
c. Satisfaction guaranteed. For No.' eye. A graceful freedom Notice is hereby given that under i
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t:2.! Fort King Ocala buying? But "" .
ilale by Tydings & Co. avenue Fla. no amount and by virtue of T" .. '
a certain final decree '
4 : >
The finest an! most complete stockof lOc ink in patent bottles for J. .or -
of ,
style, conform- 'rendered by the Honorable W. S. Bui- 4. c'
perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmetics Mrs. Lula Bradford, principal of theIclntosh We see by the last: issue of the Jas- of talking will keep cot lock, judge of the circuit court of tM *
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In the cIty. at Tydings ---- -- ------
and Compmy.Smlth's ji ; per News that John M. Caldwell ..
school who i!! to the 'fifth "
attended the ing prescribed judicial circuit of Florida, in am i 5c ink for '

Axminster art squares in I teachers' institute today, is the guest tor back of to that his first love and is again edi ton threads from wear- for Marion county, in chancery In a ", / .. .. .4c' .
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence she paper, over which he presided style at the 'certain .
Camp :
floral) and Oriental importantpoints cause therein pending, wherein ------------- ---- ---.------ ---- ,, '
designs !
9x12:! fee i:. : : (.. -"'" _
having been years ago. and with that -:
he finest and most beautiful line e'ershown Mr. Camp's preceptress" ability] which has signal ing out. No make of A. E. Delouest was complainant find i;, iHenry atonllurlbut'rlirleni : box paper, worth 50a '_ .
ever
when he was a boy. marked his editorial : but W. /
in Ocala. Mclver & MacKay.The career J. P. Borland. the former cleverly Chandler et al, as trustees for; : :
flimsy cotton of the Covenant Baptist church, Ocala, -r -r T n
editor sewed
Star enjoyed READ has gone to South Florida, varied to give originality Florida were defendants, I will offer Good box imitation :-
a plt'asant'iit THIS: to run a paper.Frightful paper, dotht.for"'J 2 *'
Thursu.o afternoon from for sale and sell to the highest anJ' ,:
lion. S. :01.l'arkm.tfl seams do the work of : .
and excl best ---- -------- *
sive- bidder. for cash,
before the
of Tampa. Mr. Sparkman : Dothan. Ala.. July 13 1S99. court
was here on legal business. and in his Dr. E. \V. Hall. St. Louis. Mo.-Dear Suffering Relieved silk. "Talk house door south in the city of Ocala, Good box paper, assorted values: some worth'25a, f A'- .

leisure hours was calling on friends Sir: We have been selling your Texas Suffering frightfully from the vim- is cheap"that's ness. Good taste,p Marion county, Florida, on I i for____ ________________ __ _ _________-:__ .
inompany with Cot O. T. Green. Wonder, Hall's Great Monday, the 6th Day of November :
Mr. Discovery for 1 lent poisons A.
of
undigested food, C. G. j : lOc box for
two why some storesuse good: goods, tailoringever. paper,
Sparkman spoke with great enthusiasm years and recommend it to any-i Grayson of Lulu. Miss.. took Dr. King'sNew D. 1905, }95 _"*, :5c

of th' groth and prosperity of one suffering with any kidney troubleas Life Pil!.:. 'with the result." he betWEn the legal hours of sale, the ---------,- -..---.,---- e---... i"1. .' :.
Tampa and the bright commercial future being the best remedy we ever sold. | it. But do the following r! =" 11: ;" (
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described
writes. "that I you ,
was curej.11 stom- property to-wit: Good note paper, a pound for's f i
that lay before it; also of the !j Yours truly Commencing \J {
ach and bowel disorders give way to at a point forty feet west ?j jJIOcot (:
great State Fair that is to come off in J. R. paying. But the G. of the .
C.
Young.A their tonic laxative properties. !5c. J J.it northeast corner of block eighty- ------ -----. -
thatity November 15 to 30. one that the Anti-Monopoly six. as per record of the plat: of the .
Drugstore
from ai) indications would be a record -' TtAAS WONDER anteed. guar- Co. clothes can backup $2.50 ,'west half of the southeast quarter of;( \ only do we :sell cheaper, but we give you a'"chance

breaker and draw a crowd that One small bottle or u,e Texas Wonder section: eighteen township fifteen, at) the 810( prize. This contest will close Xovember 15.

would tax Tampa to accommodate, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all The Suwannee Democrat at LiveOak claim made. ,, south of range twenty-two east, and 1 ,, : __
but this would be done if they had will every 1: thence You do not have to buy :25cvx rth at
to kidney and bladder troubles, removes I begin the publication of a TO running west eighty (SO) feet > one time .-You

throw their homes open to the multitude gravel, cures diabetes seminal emissions morning daily on November 7.: J. O All wool and th.-nce sOUth one hundred and fifteen : may keep your purchase checks till the amount has reached
Congrrssman expert I
Sparkman will and one-half
LaPontieee.
weak and lame backs rheumatism the well known Gainesville feet thence east eighty,

leave tonight for Washington to invite and all irregularities of the kidneys and Jacksonville! newspaper man $8.50 feet, thence north one hundred and fifteen 25c, then bring them to our store and you will be given aguess.

Secretary of the Treasury Shaw and bladde in both men and wo will have charge of the news scrvtc-. tailoring $7 to $20. and. one-half feet to point of beginning .

to come to Tampa and open the State men. Regulates uladder troubles iihildren. containing about one-quarter

Fair with a great speech. Mr. Spark- If not sold by your druggist CURES CHILLS ANC: FEVERG. of an acre, more or less, the same lyIng -
man has a strong hold on the At any Urniftrr w. bare sold you a pair of SHOES,and JOB do Dot think that
people
will be sent by mail on receipt of II. W. Wirt. and being and situate in .
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Nacogdoches Tes Ocala
hsvreceived
of his district for the valuable says: you your money worth. please return them with purchase ticket -
and One small bottlo is two months' treatment "His daughter had chills and fever for GUARANTEE Marion county, Florida,' or so much showing amount paid and wt- wlh gladly refund same, ,...
faithful services he has given them and seldom fails to perfect a cure( three years; he could not find any- CLOTHING & SHOE CO thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy:
and none more so than those of .
Ocala Dr. E. W.
Hall sole ,
manufacturer P.i thing that would help her till he used said final decree and costs.
for whom he secured an appropriation i 0. box 629, St. Louis Mo. Send for : Herbine. His wife will not housed Joseph Bell "
for a pofetoffice lot and to aid it erect- testimonials. keep ONE PRICE DEALERS I I
Sold by all druggists an jj j without it and cannot say too much I I Special Master in Chancery. I THE VARIETY

log a building on the same. j j Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. j 1 for It." 50c SoH by all druggists. ,, -/ OCALA! HOUSE BLOCK. T. E. Complainant's Biggs. Solicitor. '' STORIOCALA <

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WATCHES, $ OF WORTH I k I i Railway! Adventure> "'I :iI7I 14( NKG:' IN BIC .J B C N14 ( J [ { i I II(COLORED. J. PEOPLE'S E. A. KEELER DEPARTMENTREV. Editor.




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such (OrIginaL] Don't forget the New .
In choosing a constant Drugstore.See
companion as a watch, one i Little Gretchen Hecker was bat

'should be careful to select the best, and to buy only at ai i. eighteen years old when her fattier the new bills of the Ocala Ba-

store that guarantees every watch sold. i lost his estates, after a prolonged lawsuit :i zar.

Th re is no store hereabouts that can show you a better and It was determined that she ** BaAersm j I i I Don't forget your weekly obligations

Ifc should go to Berlin to study to be n ,
assortment of reliable movements and fine cathan i } tto I the Star.
you musician with a view to earning her z
lay choose from here. Our guarantee goes with every one, own living she went all alone on the r ;; ; Pay today, credit tomorrow. This
f fcr of holds good all
course. the time.
train and was alone in the compartment Marks

; We have an extremely fine stock of chains ode of the \ :
to go with the until at stop* a man Mrs. Marie Mitchell, who has been

watches. -both men's and women's. We carry and fully got In. The train had no sooner started quite ill. is convalescent

recommend Simmon's watch chains on than be said to GretcLen: U 2Ther
a -the best known high There will be special services all day
"Fraulein. Fll trouble you for yom''clothes.
quality, gold filled chains made. tomorrow at Mt Zion A. M. E. church.

S. ( er is a story of an old lady who made a batchof
Gretchen looked at the man, not understanding up Bring all of your job work to the

what be meant. mince and apple pies. Star office. You will be treated right.


; A: E. BURNETT Take"Your them clothes off., and I'm be going in a to hurry.put Wishing to be able to distinguish one kind from the You at are St invited Paul A.to M.attend E: church the services tomorrow

i them on and you shall put on mine." other she marked the mince pies T M for "tis mince" :

Before Gretchen could be made to I
and the T M for Johnnie Green,
understand that be was in earnesthe apple pies "taint mince. who left for Jacksonville -
I
< was obliged to threaten her, and The baker's marks the Thursday, will attend Cook-
on ordinary run of bakery man Institute.
even then the taking off of her outer

J. E. BANKSTON. '' clothing! before a man was bo obnoxious : products are of little more value for purposes of identifr* Sister Katie Morrison, who died at

to her that she did it very slowly. Santos Monday, is the sister of Mrs.
cation than the marks on the old lady's pies. Nancy "WrightSome
Dealer in The man was twice her age but not

much taller being small and wiry lie Bur HLRL is a trade mark that really identifiesthat people don t'worry about what

Frert Rag C1me81lleat 011 All put on Gretchen's dress, hat-be could enables they: owe. They let the other fellowdo

not get on her shoes-and minor you to distinguish the the worrying.For .

MImto, Prttoee, YepllB1i ]les articles, compelling her to put on his world's best baking-the Biscuit I fashionable dress making call
own clothes. Then be took out of a Y
Crackers and Wafers on Miss Mamie Carey at the Marlon
Freak Flak amd It..ltlfl.NO satchel a number of cosmetics and ma debY the J
i[House, S. Orange St.
began to make himself up for a wo NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY. ,

man. He also took out a mustache I Many people are of no more service

FLIES ARE ALLOWED IN OUR STALLS and giving it to Gretchen, ordered her This trade mark appearing in red and ;to their fellow man than a bubble on

SHARE YOUR TRADE WITH US, to stick It on to her upper lip.Gretcben white on each end of a package guaran the water. Are you one of them?

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. : who had never before been 'For comfortable lodging and first

out in the world without a maid, was tees the contents to be of highest quality class board call at the Marion House.
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of course terror stricken. She obeyed Mrs. P. G. Gowens, Proprietress.
clean and fresh. To
FREE DELIVERY. pure, learn
the man mechanically expecting every
---- moment that be might find it to bis something of what this trade mark means Hair switches and pompadous neatly
made. Ladies
who wish
Piwau No. J S S. Stalls Stand J3 Market. interest to murder her. After I work done
City they try a package of either of the products mentioned below. In this line call on Mrs. N. A. Hill 21!
had changed apparel be said to her: N. Magnolia streetIn

"Little girl if you do what I want

you to do I'll not hurt you. The next inspecting the stock of the Ba

J. R. MARTIN & CO. station will be B. and I expect to leave zar don't forget to step upstairs, and
the train there. If I decide not to you will be astonished at the heavy.

and any one gets Into this compartment ': Lemon Butter Thin Graham stock of holiday goods.

you must pretend that you area
The Y. Ml C. A. will meet at Odd
young man. If you don't, I'll kill Snaps Crackers
GENERAL LIVERYMEN your Biscuit Fellows hall tomorrow afternoon at

1 4:30. The discussion of the wet
When the train stopped at B. the An appetizing nibble or
Unique little biscuit Possessing the rich, dry will be continued. All are invited.
man was about to get out when he with the flavor of the flavor of

Flu Carriages, Buggies and Traps caught sight of a olicemau standing refreshing lemon. A in much favor with nutty-u n I i k e grahamflour Missionary rally at Zion M. E. church
any
right where be must be passed. The those who tomorrow. Rev.V. O. thei
Drummers revelation in modem want Bartley
Saddle crackers
graham
Carryalls Horses etc.
man hesitated and decided not to risk baking "something different." you i pastor, is better, and will fill the desk
!It. lie cowered back in the car and ever tasted.
I morning and night Let all rally to
remained there while the train wasat duty.
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES I
a standstill. Just before It moved

off a young man in a student's cap Special services at St. James Epis-

Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses got into the compartment. Then the copal Mission tomorrow. The services
guard locked the door and the train NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY will be made interestirls: t e entire

Boarded by>> the Month at Special Rate. moved off. day. Send your children out'1 ?*$-un-,

The student was evidently in an day school at 3 p. m. _

1 amiable mood-most students are-and I I"e
J. R. MARTIN & CO. : have 100 choice lots In Marti City
as soon as be was seated took out a
1 I I which we will rell singly or in groups
cigarette and, turning to the criminal 1
nthc1u'c !!jof any number you want at J6 each
'whom he supposed was a woman, N }ItikhEiNEt
and on you own terms. Now Is your
asked if she objected to smoking. The
time to take advantage of a good
GET FATBy man replied In so coarse a voice that
thing. See Ditto and Maloney.The .
the student smiled, and permission

being granted, he offered Gretchen a Covenant church rally takes

i cigarette. She was about to decline i.lave tomorrow. A very able minister
Taking Your Meals at the
when. a glance from the criminal '.?iII till the desk and there will be

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warned her to accept, and, taking the .p'nitl! services all day. The debt of

cigarette, the student held a match ththunh must be ifted and every-

NEW IDEA RESTAURANTWhere while she lit it. The student insistedon KIDNEY CAUSE ONE-THIRD OF hoi.> I is invited to come to the help of

opening a conversation with her. At DISEASES th. i-hun-h It will be highly apprei.itid -

the first sound of her voice he looked THE TOTAL DEATHS "

the Best Meals and Lunches in the City are Servedat at her surprised and smiled again.

"You two bad better change FOR ALL
your KINDS OF PILESTo
all Hours of the Day or Evening. clothes." he said. "The woman baa When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly by not straining out the poisonous draw the fire out of a burn, heala

Parson Yotmge, the Noted Oyster Cook, the Best in Florida the has the voice voice of of a a man woman., while" the man waste matter from the blood as it passes through them, the poisons are carried by then cut without leaving a scar or to

has Commenced Serving Poor Gretcbeu now began to sho circulation to every part of the body deranging the different organs. This causes heart cure, skin boils and sores scalp, tetter diseases, eczema, use, De-andII

asked signs what of sickness was the, matter.and the Gretcben student trouble, stomach trouble, sluggish liver and a host of other ills, all due to deranged Kidneys. Witt Witch Hazel Salve. A specif.H .

In All I for blind bleeding, itching and pro-
Oysters StylesGive admitted that It must be the cigarette
:'s!cjdmg piles. Stops the pain instantly
since he could not think of anythingelse ,
ud LUI-P permanently. Get the gen-
us a trial. We first-class in to caube the trouble. inn.Sold, by the Anti-Monopoly
keep a place every respectHARRY 'Tour litte: boy," said the student.
Drugstore.
"You should be at home with your
STALLBERG, Proprietor. mother."

Taking her bead In his arms, bt Others may have furniture, but for

playfully pulled it down on to his the same price our goods are better.

breast.The criminal, not relishing this corrects irregularities and cures Kidney and Bladder diseases in every form, tones up the Ocala Furniture Company.


close might proximity communicate and with fearing the the student girl, CURED OF BRIGHT'S DISEASE. whole system, and the diseases that have XoTtt'E OF APPLICATION FOR

Restaurant. said: ,Mr. Robert G. Burke, Elnora. Saratoga Co., N Y., writesI: am glad to have an oppor- resulted from disordered Kidneys disappear L-ive to Sell Minor's Land.
tunity of telling what magnificent results I have had from using FOLEY'S KIDNEY ,
"Let the boy alone." CURE after having tried other advertised medicines and several physicians. Before I began Xitiirtis j hereby given that on the
"What business it of yours?" asked it I had to get up from ll to 20 times each night to relieve my b'adJer. 1 was all bloated up because the cause has been removed. Commence -:t1,: -I 1;'y of November, A. D. 1905,1 will
with dropsy and my eyesight was so impaired that I could scarcely see one of my family
the student haughtily One would suppose across the room. In fact I was so badly used up that I had given up hope of living when I taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE ,,;'i'i\ t" Honorable Joseph Bell, county
the boy to be a girl. I'll hug himIf was urged by a friend to try FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. One so-cent bottle worked won ne! in and for Marion ,
den,and before I had taken the third bottle the superfluous flesh had jlt' county state
gone as well as all at the first sign of danger. Do not risk
I like. other symptoms of Kidney trouble. My friends were surprised that 1 was cured, as they ,it i Florida, at his office in Ocala, In
.:: (. First Class Meals With that he seized Gretcheu andpulled all thought I was gom4 to d:e. Every few days some one comes from miles away to learn ,
for ,
the name of the wonderful medicine that cured me of Bnght's Disease and not one that having Bright's Disease or Diabetes. -.mi< county an order authorizing
her face down onto his chest so has tried it tat fail d ta b* bcct&tted. in! as guardian of the minor heirs of

PREPARED LUNCHES vigorously that when he released her Two Sizes ;h<- ,tate of R. Y. Lanier, deceased tow
50 Gents and $1.00.
her mustache had fallen off. -II at private sale the following prop-

DiningCAREFULLY Room open until midnight. Personal "Well, well!" said the astonished stu- SOLD AND -riy' belonging to said estate, to-wit:
dent. "What's this? Are :you trying RECOMMENDED BY (Commencing at a point 57.95 chains

attention given to special orders, anything i to escape from justice iu disguise?" west of the northeast corner of the

the market offers prepared for the table on "That's it," cried" the criminal. "I Ie[ THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLORIDA Alvarez Grant in township fifteen (15),

abort notice must be a thief. south, range twenty-two (22) east,
The student looked at the blushing.. Marion county Florida; running

Dumb Walter Connects With Bar Innocent face of the girl, and, noticing thence north five hundred and eightyfeet
that her hair had partly slipped from .I HATS! HATS! HATS! !1 thence west three hundred (300)

Skilled Cooks, Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands.Special under her hat where the criminal had t feet, thence south three hundred (300)
It took hold of coil and
placed a pulledIt .
LAID' feet, thence east two hundred (200)
Price to Regular Boarders down over Gretchen's shoulder."You're 1 feet, thence south two hundred and
a girl," he said, "that's cer
THE BROADWAY MILLINERY STORE eighty feet to Silver Springs hard
tain. Now, how about you?" he added, 1
THE OARMIOHAEL road thence east one hundred (100)
& SON GOAt looking at the other.
feet: to place of beginning. Said lands
i "A man! And, whipping out a re
he the Xext Door to the Xew Racket, Ocala's Cheapest Store t belonging to the estate of the said R
volver attempted to cover student
McGrath's Stand : Y. Lanier deceased, to be sold for the
.. but the latter, who was a re- ha on exhibition the largest: and most varied a ortment ofthe best interest of said minor heirs.
nowned member of the dueling t
corpsat
latest creation in ,j This the 2nd day of October 1905.
his lI
university, quick as htnlngknocked
j I M. W. Lee, Guardian.
HE ORIGINAL ,I up his weapon, and in the i i

scuffle that followed the criminal, beIng Ladies' Misses'and Children's Hats andHiglr !
In the Circuit Court of the Firth Ju-

e i idea of a Cough Syrup that will act S encumbered and lost with his revolver.For skirts, .was overpowered FOR RHEUMATISM: CUTS, SPRAINS, dicial Circuit of the state of Florida

M tiJt bowels, and thus assist in expelling the rest of the Journey the student ACITnC CURE WOUNDS, OLD SORES, CORNS,BU, Art Millinery Goods. !: in and for Marion County.-In Chan
IONS,GALLS BRUISES, CONTRACTED
tcoldc from the system it new and original kept the criminal covered and got MUSCLES, LAME BACH STIFF cery.
JOINTS, FROSTED FEET Visit the New Shoe Hat Samuel P. Johnson, Complainant vs.
Racket and Clothing }|
'1 in K&nasdy'O LazatiTt Honey and Tar.1L.AXATIVE from Gretchen a brief story of how BURNS, SCALDS, ETC. : special Cap
Eliza A. Taylor and :M. E. Taylor,
she had been
forced into man's attire.
Salf1. the of
talk
AN ANTISEPTIC everybody.Be Defendants.It .
that Irritation
On reaching the next station the crimInal stops subdues Infammation -
and drives out Pair: is hereby ordered that the defendants -
was turned
k over to the police anGretchen's
herein named, Eliza A.
Taylor
Identity was confirmed by PENETRATES the Pores': loosens the Fibres Tissues: ;,-
tr
A certain, safe and harmless remedy for tltfC' telegraph.The metes a free circulation cf the Blood, givir. the Muscles; natural and M. E. Taylor" be and they are

all Coughs Colds,Croup,Whooping Cough student proved to be the son of a eras.city: V.. hereby required to appear to the bill
of complaint in the above entitled
wealthy baron who knew UrE'tcht'n'stath.r. ,
La Grippe, Bronchitis, Influenza and all This and the singular adventure I cause on or beforb: Monday, the 6th

Ltd and Bronchial! affections. Mothers HO."Y r was quite enough to !Induce an acqualntance A Real Woman. day November, A. D. 1905.

which It is further ordered that a copy of
praise the children's favorite Kennedy'siys ripened Into love CURED t
OF PARALYSISW
and Gretchen Is now a baroness.! No.80S Pease Avenue, this order be published once a week
(& Honey and TarCOUCH MARY Hocaros.TEXAS, May 1I, i92. for eight consecutive weeks In theO
P.
WINSLOW S. Bailey, P. O. Tree, Texas, writes: "My
I was barren during the Biz years of married We,sobering ala Star.
TARat wife hai been suffering five sears with paral -ss in with painful menstruation and a dozen other aches and j-oma. '
SYRUP the Spider. her arm, when I was persued to a'e Billard'a I was a poor excuse for a wife aa I was not able to te u? Done this the 5th; day of September,
One problem fitted for the zeal! of Snow Liniment, which effected a complete cure. I v more. than about half the time and daily grew weaker awl A. D. 1905. S. T. Sistrunk,

atet/ at UM It erat.ry .f .. C. D.WITT A CO., CHICAGO, V. I. A. the folklorist would be the tratking hate also used it for old sores, frost bites and skin .eskerWine of Cardai changed me into a different woman m r'.. Clerk Circuit Court.

l 1n us CLOTS BLOSSOM LID ID LOUT in M ov nut BOTTIJ. back of the spider. There is that nice eruptions. It does the work." fire abort months,made me robust and strong. ".I By Mable Godson, D. C

_SOLD BY THE ANTI.MONOPOL Y DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA. story about Robert Bruce and hIS having BEST LIMMENT' ON ERTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED blessed I am wits very grateful to yon for my good health aDd am today .' Hocker & Du"aI.ComplaInant's,

= REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES: a baby who Solicitors-
learned patience from the spider
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The Islamites; use the web of the spider THREE SIZES: 25c, sac and $1.00 is of the oar home pride ':;.
t .
In the flight of the prophet. Probablythe BALL -'RD S LINIMENT CO. aadtbistsalT due to your NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Arabs bad it direct from the Jews medicine. Vira-PEZsrDEjrr, Bortros MorHiea" Ctt"B. r Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ATLANTIC COAST LINETHROUGH ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.
Tber is a Talmudic tradition of Iavid ter 4SSS, Laws of Florida.

i flying before Saul and of David: hiding Wine of Cardui brings health to sick Sotifc is hereby given that John W.

CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA in a cave: and bow he mitt; have been omen. Wine of Cardui brings children to I'oulter, purchaser of tax certificate
discovered bad not a 'epMer woven its SOLD eND RECOMMENDED BY ALL CRUGGI; I So barren homes. No, 573; dated the 4th day of April. A.

-CONNECTIONS- web acrtws the entranl'Thi.* i i.> precisely -------- -- --- f! 1 How can any woman refuse the health D 1S9S has filed said certificate In my \

rO THE EAST Over its the same in"'llent as is used i in office, and has made application[ for
own ra11ato Savajinah. Charleston Mrs. Mason has? Any woman cm secure exactly i
AU Rail and Richmond the begird. The arachnids t'piu but tax deed to issue in accordance with
Washington thence via Pennsylvania Ry. 1 the relief if she will take Wine of \
same lay. Said certificate embraces the following
i 0 THE WEST (VIa a flimsy web, but her filaments have t
Flyer route Montgomery rU Ask) nta.and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie been stronger than cable*, for they LUMBGRROUGH Cardui. Wine of Cardui is a certain cure for described property situated in .

still hold fait to the legends of tl* menstrual irregularities. It will cot do impossibilities Marion county, Florida, to-wit: S% of \
TO THE EAST Via 8s... 4 Ocean & S.
Botton. Via Norfolk Co. for New York. Philadelphiaand pa it but it does cure bearing-down pains, nwu.! see 6, tp 14, r 20, e. The said "..
S. S.
to New York Washington land being assessed at the date of the
Via and Baltimore Via i, makes motherhood possible for barren wives
Savannah and Merchants and Miners, MOTHERS issuance of such certificate in the

Transportation Company for Baltimore and Phlla.delaturn.hip ROUGH OR and relieves the pains at the monthly period. "". name of John F. Dunn est. Unless
phia. Who would keep their children In goo i:!
Secure bottle of Wine of Cardui today.
a said certificate shall be redeemed according -
health should watch for the first I
KEY WEST and HAVANA ..Via Pemnsurar ana Occidental Steamship Co. toms of worms and remove them sym with p- See or- Phone --, All druggists sell $1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui. to law, tax deed will issue

Route of the celebrated trains New York tnd Florida Special, Florida I thereon on the 25th day of November,
White's Cream Vermifuge. It is tchildren's he
Mi Welt Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. I A D. 1905.Witness.
besv tonic. It gets digestion WINEoJCAIUJIU
Quickest schedule, superior enrlc e. For Information as to rates ached.. at work so that their food does, B. H. SEYMQyR my offIcial signature and
OlM, etc, consult the purple folder or communicate with J. S. f seal this the 19th day of October A.
Hartsell D. i them good, and they grow up healthy i
Ttttpa; jr. X Craig, a P. A.; B It. Emerson T. M. Wilmington, N., C I and strong. Sold by all druggists PHONE'NO. 25. D. 1905. S. T. Sistrunk
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