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The Ocala evening star.

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

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
11319113 ( OCLC )
2052267 ( ALEPH )
sn 84027621 ( LCCN )

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' Cluster Raisins, Modern\ Home Plumbing. = ? ,:I ,!I

\ Evaporated Peaches, Mrs. Bowser Disregards the Old Man's I It Saved a Confederate Soldier's ; DAIRYFor

Pears, Apricots, Instructions, and Consequently I r All of our plumbing con- ruRDaS' i Life and Reunited Two

Prunes, Nectarines. Comes Out Ahead tracts are executed by the best I Old Friends Your

r. \skilled mechanics, under our persona;! sup Original[ ]

Figs in pound packages, sixpound [Copyright 13ui. by R. B Mcflure] ervision, and no detail, no matter how Kay Dexter and I became telegraphers Pure Milk\ and Cream

when but little ,
I:. B\\ I.H had come homo we were more
unimportant it seem
and loose may escapes our atten
boxes
without bring'ng: ? a 1It'foul than fifteen years old. We workedfor
IW tion. We the famous "JStaaiaHF '
use
Cooking figs. it in his iMn-kt-t and without any /' several years in the same office Delivered Every Morning at Your Door.

one having elbow-ed him m Porcelain Enameled Plumbing Fixtures and were among the first to read Ly

the ribs or trod cm his toes during; the whicn are the best made. By placing ear instead of by sight. After that
Mince Meat in bulk Quality and Purity Guaranteed.
con day anti after dinner Mrs. I;o\\.s, : ,
your work with us, you are assured of the we drifted apart, to come together
densed and in three and n'l.t Ilr,'(} to say; : I
again iii telegraphic parlance, on the
"Mrs. Johnson was. onor for a fea best material and workmanship obtainable.Let .
five pound jars. same railroad nay being; operator at
minutes this afternoon.
us prices.
-ALSO- quote you (- one station, I at another. We were
"Was, e-h? Mrs. Johnson is a nicv
I. bosom friends and haj many a confidence THE MONTEZUMRass
woman.

New Florida Syrup "They are going to have a little \"favparty over the wire.
this L9 When the civil war broke out I, who
evening and they want u:
had north from learn i
to
come Georgia
to tome o\er. It is to be a six Lauded
AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY. game." telegraphing: went back to my n:tie I !

"A poker party, eh? There it i is, you state end enlisted as a ca\llijvan r.i I

see. I'd In delighted tu go bat you FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. the Confederate army. What became i **
can't play poker." jf Ray Dexter I did not know. I

One morning in the summer of 1SC2! I
r T.ut I can I I
I while we were confronting the Union I
-What! You play poker? Why we i I M rr
I In Tennessee, I sent for by l /=Wrst
army was I -
,
Lave( never played a game together in :; **-
NEW I lour \liuT.ut ->:r LEARN TELEGRAPHYAND (!CREAMERY 3UTTEK I the (colonel who asked me if I wen I *<*?> <

I I've been studying out the game R. R. ACCOUNTING I 25 CENTS A POUND not a: telegrapher When I admitted ttl

stud piaymg a illtlc: with Mns."SEVfB green: I I that I was he told me I was wanted
ot general headquarters. There met
HOSIERY. Sao to $300 a month salary assured -! The Carmichael & Son Co. keep con-
the general who said that a of
copy
I I ; I I ': stantly on hand receiving a fresh supply -
II our graduates under bond. Our six
I f I 'I the enemy's cipher code had fallen into
"Learn to tit *HM one thing Utter than tunuitt I I I II (I every two days delicious pure fe.t
I schools the largest in America and endorsed his hands and he desired to avail hImself
I
and.be lute tetr been able tit du the name thing I I i I l! r i I I' I by all railroads. Write for catalogue (il Georgia creamery butter 25 cents per of it to learn something of their !
UiHuyhu would
) hex (11 u uildtmte, Ute / II 1/I'II iJ !I pound kept on ice. Phone No. 37. Lre
uUI beat a path Iii y-ur d<*,r." I I I Horse I School of Telegraphy rno\ernents. Our iiiteniew resultedIn x
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/ I, I II Cincinnati 0., Buffalo N. Y., Atlanta his sending me out tu the enemy'srear "
U the little town of (Clwinmu in Saxouy there : .q i ARE YOU GOING WEST ?
his + s
lived J a chemist. .I.u| "|wnt YUN trying to JuOIK : 11 11"I Ga. La Crosse Wis., Texarkana Tex., for the purpose of tapping ttttwft
ttilnif--to make a LUck .t ll.ing that would Ii ; San I'rar.eisco, Cal. wires. I dressed myself as a camp I
It absolutely fart LI.(V. I. h; Y.' ', I If you are going west with the next follower and myself with a
This t l mit' ;iwtri,.Hle.l and I the path the world ;r- > Ii I provided v_.__ ,. ", _. _, :-- ,.#
two three consult this of-
tell t* Iiu door W"Vcry wide .ud well( worn inBy I & ,,\4", -.,.. T f},, ATTENTION! or months basketful of suspenders socks, but
<**.' hu tii-n-ottry Loui llrrmvlorf nude '}.a v.ERt. ... 1"f ff ,, : fice. It will be to your advantage. tons and such other wares as are usually
SUmx-lf world binoiu and la* little town oltlwninili ..... -
bet-sine the ct-nter U the .tocl.i.." industry r:1" >.:,..,. ,. ', \\r\\. !c'ftB f Don't forget November 7-the day sold by eddlers. Underneath a LEASED FOR TEN YEARSBest
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of the entire .'orld.ou I THE ORIGINAL hid tele-
,
false wooden bottom I my
.... start for Get show
\ don't have to look very far back to rev 'Ii I _.'r II .i:_. we Tampa. jour
mnnlr tU time when to ,.e.r a Uk booking : .. \'IE'" \_" I stuff ready. Your neighbor will not graph machine and connections. When I Year-Round Hotel at Two Dollars a ;pay in Florida

would wa to diatolor"wear a the stocking frt-t ll that"-rm would lurf Dye fade tlunKwl, that "'9'--;" do jour work neither will he advertiseI Foley and Company, Chicago origi- fully equipped sallied forth.

all thin, the. I..t nated Honey and Tar as a throat and General! Hosecrans was then at Mur- CLEAN AND WELL FURNISHED
yet in few years nuuv u| UH I I business nor show your handi- UP-TO-DATE, ROOMS AND PLENTYTO
have forgotten our former titll.in" tr?ut"It'> and :ung remedy and on account of the freesboro threatening Bragg at Tulla
are accepting the many chop. imitations of f1 ,,...: '" work. We will carry your product to EAT
great merit and popularity of Foley'sHoney homa. object was to strike some
Htrm." lort bye with which the uurket la living Tampa free show it and talk about it My
flooded. and Tar imitations are a main! telegraph line whereI
many point on
It i* true be cartful! in f and let the world know that we are
ing Ua<'k storking economy to very buy pushing along in the front of the pro- offered for the genuine. Ask for Fo- could tap the wire and, if possible, COL. 11 J J. SllIPMfl PROP ETO

U\VS re|>re""*,. .tife goito ChriiuuU eachyear lej"s Honey and Tar and refuse any take off orders indicative of the ene I 1
cession. W. M. Gist Com.
to buy the original lieniihdorf bled Stocklugi
ma.it in Chininitz.lhf substitute offered, as no other prepa- my's intended movements. I followedthe

.e stotluMK; bought! almost a year in ad- ration will give the same satisfaction. Nashville and Chattanooga rail- --
\ are made to our special order in Chera- LEAKING FAUCETS REPAIRED I
road till I reached the Federal pickets,
nits, and eacb stocking ii u dyed bj the original; It contains no opiates and is safest
Hrrnudorf pr<)('-.., and each one u guaranteedabholutely I I II FREE OF CHARGE for children and delicate persons. Sold circled around their right outpost at I WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF
fad black. It it needier thatMACY'h
to say I Phone 26. R. E. Yo.ige & Co. by the Postoffice Drugstore.H. Triune and came down in their rear
staking dipartment u fauioua. IOK&I.T TU ANTE:, HE SAW. I
In order to get there tockings at the very low. I I I between Triune and Murfreesboro.This .
est prices we buy them in enormou* quantitwa., atilt I think: I can sit in a ;;,UllC. You t plan had been laid out for me by
thouundu of dozen tune. To ----- --- -- I
at a get a till eau give; tue a few additional pjiuttibefore
> HARDWARE!
had this
and advantage
further reduction in price we actually pay fur my general :
tk+e Blockings liefore they are maile ('(hill i it w-e go.hat ." ROBINSON President. J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager. I When the enemy moved against Tulla-
an example of MALTS Hiumev V.thmU.) .
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\ uo threes brat asked 3r.lutvser.
So. after aiidiiig our customary small martin i S. H. BLITCH, Manager. G. J. BATCH, Teller. houia he must first draw in his right

of profit, we ran x-11 you the oriifii.dl Heruiadorf I wing! at Triune, since the troops there
Dyed Stockings, nude to our kprcul. order in "Two "
(lirmmlt. for a little !I..... thau. othir dealer. "ask pairs I had the greater distance to march.
lou for the doiwuit imitation kind. \11&1 what beats thret'V" The result showed that this view was Japalac"Wears

dozen Pottage l'Iiira.Women's OQ. itockiugi!; la about 10 cents per half I..A tlll..11 or a straight"! : COMMERCIAL BANK correct. .

"What beats fuur!! For several days I lurked near the r'l l

"A straight; flush." between Murfrecs I II Like Iron"Natural
Hermsdorf Dye Hosiery. OCALA FLORIDA.Your I military telegraph
"Where dck-s a lull Louse come in':" boro and Triune without any resultsI I Ja -a-lac is the best

Z 2432.-U'omen's Imported Hennedorf. Dye "It ranks next to foius." I I had no difficulty In tapping the wire, I II p

Black Cotton II_. Good Quality in either all ""Well you Lave been learning something of moment 4 \ varnish for
but there was nothing pass
black or black with unbleached feet. IViceIr I
bpht I I "
pair ....................................Uic.Z aiKiut i IHI'l'r. but there are or Business: with us will Protect you Against ing over it. I concealed myself In the Hardwood Floors .
tarn things I ran post \swell to sell \
woods, not attempting my waresto
2433.-Yt omen's Imported Black Cottun and if play! according lo Fire and Careless of Funds. I '
Hote. Finer quality than the above. In all go you Burglary, Handling the Yankee soldiers, only relyingon fi either old or new. It dries
directions oU even be a winner
my y may
them to conceal telegraph machine -
black or black with unbleached split ftrt. Throe my I
beautiful luster and
with
lockings tare double beeU and toe, are djtJ and have a reason for my presence wll a ,
with Hermadorf Lye and are muiumeiultd for Au hour later when they were ready I
in the locality if suspected.: I -
good gt-mce. Price per pair ..............JI&c.3"om.n' to go Mr. Howser put on his mot judicial INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS SAFTY DEPOSIT VAULTS had a lonely time of It in the woods J retains its brilliancy through

Z :::-& Black Cotton IIve. Hermdorf *- I demeanor and said: I by myself, my fears of detection having r' wear and tear right down to

Dye Made. in two weights, medium and Il's. Uowser, in playing poker it is I ample opportunity to assert themsehes. Natural

hea\y weight. The medium weight can 1* had positively necessary that you keep your It is one thing to be cut down the wood. Besides ,
In either all black or black with unbleached split THE OCKLAWAHA INN
ted Price per pair ........................::: Ue. countenance under control. Don'tinoe in a chaigc and quite another to be Jap-a-LflC comes in twelve col.
an ejelash.! He as imperturbable dragged to the limb-of a tree and be
(I as a red Indian. If Lave tilled a wouldbe ors. It is a stain and varnish
Men's Herrasdorf Dye Hosiery you I banged for a !spy, as I certainly

I tlush or a straight, don't gi ?il'. If I I ; A Pleasant Homelike House; i if caught either tapping the wire or combined, and rejuvenates
taJII.1 ,
:X: 1411.-Men1 lil.uk Cotton Half blow. with Lave failed lo, tuft pound on the CF even with mj :tppar ltu .
unbleached split feet double soles. hm>U and I I Yourself" about the home.
tot. Hive per I..ir t................,........1t.C" and cuss jour luck. If you are lucky.uu I. R ;,# Elegant, Airy Rooms and the One t miming I awoke in my bh'ouacI "You can DO the Work everything
) may now and then Lulu it paistraight. I just as the dawu was breaking. I

X J.U2.-d....'. Black Cotton Half Hv..... Bet You know what pat is, elou't $ pvery Choicest Table Board. i knew that the Federal pickets were : A: Full Stock of All Kinds ofJapaLac
ter quality than above Heruunlorf O\e Madein '' '
you -? kept under arms from about 2 tillt
plain black or black with uublrached split
fret, double solri heels and toes. I'rice per "Oh 'e!'." Special Rates in Summer to clock In the morning every day to be

pair .........................................:::Ie. "}luu"t answer so promptly. Thai's r. ready for an attack. 1't-rhaps it was

I the trouble with a woman. She gets .1 and Board- I this that induced me to try the wire.I .
If you hate not received a copy of our 5flO page Weekly Monthly
'illustrated Fall and Winter Catalogue, ante ui smattering of a game and then jump;, did go, and took off an order for the:

a postal for it today, uow J it will be aeut you to the c-oiulusiou that she knows all t r general commanding at Triune to
For Sale in Ocala by
tree at all charge about it. Pat means when you Lave a ers.MRS. march by roads leading southeastwardat

full Laud and want no more cards." .- HATCHELL, once. Glad to have my watch over,

"I'll reiue-mber." r .. I was winding up my wire prior to MARION HARDWARE COMPANYSUCCESSORS

Address Room 201 "1 want to i gist you on straights m '_. Proprietress. hiding it under my wares when a troopof

particular. If you hold king, queen I Federal cavalry came riding through '

R. H. MACY CO. I jack and ten in jour Land or any other OCALA FLORIDA the bushes. It did not take them long TO HUBBARD & MACDUFF

four cards in rotation that's a straight: to determine what I was up to. and I II

open at both ends. In drawing! one I I they hurried me off to the !general com
I I
NEW YOUKAUTUMN card you may draw the out above or r+ k maudlug the right wing; .:;n.-o'-P3 "_ ....,,_ .i ...._

below and thus tilL""I I He was preparing to march but took I A
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think I understand." He scribbled f
time to attend to my case. s'
"Hut never attempt to fill a straight I something on a piece of paper Arc You Going To Remodel? .

In the middle. The chances of doing; so II PROTECT YOUR BOOKS and handed it to an operator of the

are only one in ten thousand. If you II military telegraph who went to an If in, 'u v.HI do i: with the frtenuon: cf improving upon present

have, say. king jack, ten and nine I They're too valuable to bestrewn about the room or instrument m the same tent and began conations.

dbu't ever attempt, to draw a eiueeu. house exposed to dust and damage Of course you : to click the key. I heard him .
And now about the ante. Never forget can't help it. if >our book-case is full and of the old I !send a report of my ease to general! i I r- ,Our part is to interest you in our ability

lo ante. There is always a chance to st>le solid construction. Better get rid of such a case, headquarters and the reply: "Try by ? equipI p-

Muff in raising the ante, but uo woman or start a net one that \\ill always accommodate your k- I drum head court martial and hang; im
books without
being either too large too
or small-one
has got the nerve to do it. If she has a mediately.! Since you are preparing '
that grows with >our library and alas fits iL The"Elastic" I :-'--- A ,,i r- We do butjcne: : U"d cf work-the best-
g\>od band she begins to grin. If she I to march, never mind the court martial ..... '<01'I. I
has a poor one she pitches around in .r.. -" fc I.. JI \:. and; use the famous "Jteihltt'd"" Ware, every
fJ lub I.I I \
her chair." I 4rtJ>i ickc The moment the message began to I :
"I won't bluff," humbly replied Mrs. -ome over the wire I recognized the [I' .
I ffarcr be lint Let's
c I ; rs; O strictly quality.
Bowser. : Book=Case i touch of my old friend Hay Dexter. :
RIG.t : L \ t-l;\ :it We have in show. .
0 cop "They will probably play two cent is the original and only up-to-date sectional l I The announcement of my immediate ,.. -,:-.. v/\tr. samples our
bookcase
ante and five cent limit. That makesa
execution and a hope for its recall or r and is made
the
: by largest manufacturers of such goods I '. -
PLEASURESAre good social game, though one may in the world. It's furnbl.ed. in a variety of grades.. sizes at least ]iiosrponement came at the
lose much .' ::5 in e\enmg. If
as a. $ an same moment
and prices..adapted to
many, but there Is none greater you are a loser don't squeal. If you any and all require.a "T:ike it to Captain I..." said the I R. E. YONGE & CO.

than that afforded by a carriage ride; are a winner don't tell how many ,# ments. It's a Astern of general to the operator when Le had I i I

and. as our great object is to furnishour houses: and lots you are (joins to buy units, each untt fitted read the message; and tell him: to send I
We to a with the ... .. -.-' -- ---- -.--- _. #
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friends with carriages of every description with the money. now perfection dust- for the oifacer of the day to execute then -- ":, -:- :

that are matchless in their more delicate point. It may happen ea i proof roller bearing I ,. l'-n-,"
door. Bute'!! be -- --
will throW'dowll -
glad --- -
the
that four of players
grace and beauty of design irreproachable 1 to shothem if The operator went out leaving hifel'giaph -
you call
the two of
their hands, leaving
in style combined with the great- or will send illustrated : ; instrument where I could

est degree of comfort and thorough us alone. Dou't attempt to bluff me. catalogue on request. almost reach it. I bent over Iud
Mrs. Bowser. If I bet 2: cents, don't
wish 7 .
durability, therefore those who dT.Ye !i.'ked:
raise me. In fact you had better not
the highest standard of excellence in lilfr = "Kiy. I'm the man you hate just -
bet at all, but throw down your hand .
carriages are asked to inspect our -i.t the order to hang.; For G''tiakr do1.
I
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I and let me rake in the pot"But "
stock. help me:
why should I do that'! she I
S. A. STANDLEY &. CO. I r Tae! ;vneral) wa so buy with preps
asksi.
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rat-ms: that he did not notice my u u
"Because no wife should bet against -- i I
i 'if the Instrument. Kay simply' **wan
MONTHSGUARANTEE her husband in a of It
game poker.
6 0. K. to indicate: that he ucdt-r-t->i
doesn't look well. It conveys the impression I .
and I heard no more till Lent=: >
to outsiders that they have
r ti. ,'ill to the operator, who heard It ..the -
Against hole No more tamily jars at home." ..r
darning if you buy a< X K came a'-k. I was delighted!: to DyspepsiaGives
Mrs. Bowser couldn't see it in just
roof I hear an order to send me to Murfrees
ale
\ p that light, but she said nothing in re -

tDsiBryAU ''ply. Any opposition on her part at. SOLD BY tir
I I reached Murfreesbyro at noon and ,
this particular time would Lave decided i .
UK popular colors. fo md the ,enter of the army preparine

A For sold Men only; in Worsted.lots of "Here Mr.is Bowser five on dollar staying bill Lome.for I. Mclvei' and MaoKay i 1 to move the next morning. WhenI
a
j | you. Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion
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6 pairs for f J 50, Cotton was taken into the Louse occuj].]led dyspepsia, sour stomach
,6 pairs for$i.50.' he said in conclusion "and you will tired stomach weak
by the commanding; general, Ray came stomach windy stomach, puffed stomach, nerroui
Cotton MX pairs buy own chips. You will DEALERS INHousEHoLD t
For Ladies Egyptian your probably -
for fjoo. ;.< ,..,JJltU4 trait wu* I 1 lose even to me and. taking both my hands in i amach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed CUf .
cent you take but 1 lose
wh fair, his, said that Le would do everythingin
toa SAL vt It with a smile, as if you had millions FUR .,. LasDiif..ta Mat You fat :.
d U
u
SHlNGScCALA. his to save me.fu'r much I rni tNW.Gai/aa}( .
to spare." FURNITUftE JIND power _.t 7.tZC-IHWlrt Yak. the D,..ath 6w..f Urn** M KUk haw ;.,
Half an hour later they were over at persuasion he succeeded and I was .a.,Ckiei r.i J A A8 a "..... U1&1.m M MI HM. ,

entered on the rolls as a prisoner of -

M. FISH EL Ocala, Ra. s (Concluded on Fourth Page.) : L-CRICA., war. 0. NORMAN EDDY. SOLD BY THE ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLAi. .






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were asked to step to the president'stable MARSHBRANDEditor

EVENING STARC. and have the same presented to MBNROE & CIIAMBLISS '"

L BITTINGER A CO. them. Star-On the evening of the Capital $5OOOO. 7

Notes _
25th Inst., I had the honor of unitingin

marriage at my home Mr. A. P.
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Miss Esther Weathers presented the
BANKERS Marsh of Marshville and Mrs.
MaryC.
HERBERT A. FORD President ;
prizes, and did it in such a sweet and ,

Proprietors and Publisher gracious manner that every recipientfelt Brand of Grahamville. The groomis GEO. H. FORD, Vice President and Cashier

a member of one of the leading
the prize doubly precious. Ocala Florida J. B. BROOKS, Assistant Cashier.
C. L BITTINGER, families around :Marshville and Daisy.
Little Agnes Burford attracted the
Editor and General Manager The bride is the young widow of the
attention of all by the splendid man-
lamented James A. Brand. Her fatheris I
ner in which she rode "Trixy" in the
R. R. CARROLL a leading citizen of Grahamville.
procession.The LOANS. DEPOSITS. CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
City Editor and Buslntu Manager only sad and painful accident of B. L HulLA

the afternoon was the loss of little
disposition has been shown in : .
THE PET SHOW Dorothy Schreiber's kitten which CONSERVATISM. ACCOMMODATE .
some quarters recently to discriminate
P might have been a blue ribbon winner
-- OF OCALA.
against men who wear the uniform of
The show of pets by Miss Emily had it not broken its meshes of restraint -
the 1:. S. army or navy- It is hard to
Tathanfa Band of Mercy. In the Gary and lit out for undiscoveredlands. R. D, FULLER L. F. BLALOCK
tell why, as our soldiers and sailors are i
K. CHRISTIAN
This loss almost broke the lit- J. R. L. ANDERSON
grove on Fort King avenue Saturday as respectable at any other class of
tle one's heart, and she had the sympathy FULLER & BLALOCK Directors GEO, MAcKAY.HERBERT ED KILLER.
There citizens. An employe of the naval department -
afternoon, was a great success.
of everyone who heard of her A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.

were fully 200 people present, most of misfortune.The DENTAL SURGEONS I of Norfolk recently turned R. S. HALL.[ "

whom were children, who took an Intense success of the pet shoIs due out one of his boarders, :a: sailor who

in the exhibits, and the had to come to the house in uniform. ,
interest entirely to Miss Tatham's inspiration, Office Over Munroe & Chambliss' Bank I
the af The matter was reported to Secretary
from
extracted -
pleasure they zeal and labor. It was a labor of love II
ternoon's entertainment proved a veritable OCALA, FLA. Bonaparte, who promptly fired the
for the little ones and in their heartsis
delight to them. The sun did not employe.
recorded a memory that will not -

I. shine with Its usual warmth and bril- soon fade of the lovely! interesting andinstructive Terms Cash. CHEATED DEATH TO

liancy that afternoon, but if the clouds ,

afternoon they spent with __ __ _. __
and laden hue there n Kidney trouble often ends fatally,
did wear a gray i
her in the Gary grove. The pet show
was sunshine in the hearts of the little I but by choosing the right medicine, E. THETRADE
was an innovation, something entirely i iI J.E.CHACEDENTAL I
folks and the sparkle of their I H. Wolfe of Bear Grove, Ia, cheated j I
new and novel in Ocala, the first of
bright eyes and their ripples of death. He says: "Two years ago I had :
its kind ever given here, and the interest SURGEONOffice
laughter made the sylvan grove one it aroused and amusement it Kidney Trouble which caused me

and great pain, suffering and anxiety, butI
of warmth gladness.The Commercial Ml
afforded will no doubt call for another Upstairs, Bld'gOCALA
animals exhibited were horses, took Electric Bitters, which effecteda
show in 1906.A
ponies donkeys, dogs, cats, birds, parrots unique feature of the show wasa FLA. complete cure. I have also found 1

chickens, a calf and a turtle. them of great benefit in general debil- j
refreshment stand where delicious Our prices are figured on the very
While the editor of the Star presided Terms ity and nerve trouble, and keep them
titbits could be purchased for the pets, Cash.The I lowest cash basis and under no er>
he having the honor of being the constantly on hand, since, as I find, ;
consisting of apples, sugar, cakes and : cumstances will we ship goods C. 0. D., -
president of the Band of Mercy, all they have no equal. Anti-Monopoly
milk. Mrs. Schreiber presided over .
the details of the show were plannedby European powers have decidedto Drugstore guarantees them at 50c. I I as the express company will only take ;; -
this and drove quite a brisk trade with .AII ..
Miss Tatham. and her Intelligent make a naval demonstration against I whiskey at owner's risk, and open. The -
little
the owners of the pets, who took ,.. 11II LJ
orders were carried out promptly, so kindly to such considerate treatment.So Turkey's Asiatic ports. The sultan At Bainbridge Ga.. Saturday night. I j'I j laws will not allow them to ship liquors i 1/1II

moved will not care haw hostile war- a negro, who had just killed a woman ', ,
that everything along smoothly pleased were all with the successof many C. 0. D. We will accept express orders, =- r
and with eclat.Everything ships float in his harbors so long as of his own race in resisting arrest. i! .. [ a1lUiIlll
_
orders and _
two-
J the exhibition that Miss Tathamwas '| postoffice money one "
exhibited had been they do not shoot. shot and mortally wounded Sheriff' i :
the recipient of many warm con- cent stamps and checks on parties we "" i" iM.iiiI
properly groomed, and with their pret- Stegall, a very popular official. The 1 T""_'.i
gratulations on her unselfish donationin know are 0. K. We buy for cash and
colors and ribbons and other taste- sheriff shot the negro twice, disabling Z'J
ty FAITH NOT NECESSARYYou I ,
behalf of the entertainment and .
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sell for cash ....
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him and he was captured and placed thereby giving our cus4omers -
ful decorations, made a very pleasing -j ,1I'!
amusement of the little fouks.
in jail. A few hours later mob of the benefit of ba daccounts. _=-
I a
scene, as the entries were ordered to may be just as skeptical and '-I .t

pass in review before the presidentere pessimistic as please Kodol will several hundred men took the negro -
DEAFNESS CANNOT tse CURED you October. J903. 'ti
:
.
we ourc-
the judges, Miss Emily Stotesbury. from the jail, strung him u-t to a tree ,
digest what you eat whether you eat "
Messrs. Hamp Chambers and Jno. L. and shot him to pieces. j chased the oldest Saloon [ T
not. You food In '
By local applications, as they cannot or can put your :a:

Edwards made their awards Mr. reach the diseased portion of the ear. bowl, pour a little Kodol DyspepsiaCure I 1 Business ia Florida 1 'fJ!
LAST HOPE VANISHED j
Chambers leading the procession.The ,
it and it will it the I
There is only one way to cure deaf- on digest i .
'
prize winners were Charley it will in stomach. It When leading physicians said that W.
ness and that la by constitutional rem- same as your
Standley. with his wonderful bay W. M. Smithart of la. Incurable The McGrath Place
edies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed can't help but cure Indigestion and Pekin had ,: _

horse, first prize, a fine lap robe; Mrs. condition of the mucous liningof Dyspepsia. It is curing hundreds and consumption his last hope vanished -

E. M. Howard, second prize, a whip, the Eustachian Tube. When this thousands. Some had faith and somedidn't. ; but Dr. King's New Discovery'for Since tnat time we have rearranged

for her handsome bay driving horse. Consumption, Coughs and Colds everything and made it one of the most
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling Kodol can cure you, if medi-

For ponies, Master R. Earle Hall cap- sound or imperfect hearing, and whenit cine can cure you, whether you have kept him out of his grave. He says: '' attractive places in Ocala. .We have

tured first prize, a driving" whip, with is entirely closed Deafness Is the faith in it or not. Sold by the AntiMonopoly "This great specific completely cured | added a large bottle business to it, as 12 ____________$ .

his cute pony "Sport; Master Sam result, and unless the Inflammation Drugstore. me, and saved my life. Since then 11: well as a first class Cafe and Private

Burford's pony took second prize, while I have used it for over ten years and Rooms. 4 qnart ____________ G.OO
casn be taken out and this tube restored I Dining We carry everything
Weller Carmichael's beautiful sorrel consider it a marvelous throat and
to Its normal condition, hearingwill Edward Lamb, who killed E. D. Kennedy good to eat and drink, and if you will 1 quart ____________ 1.50
pony the of received hon- lung I
envy many cure. Strictly scientific cure for
be destroyed forever. Nine cases in Manatee county, two years | call on us when in Ocala we will do
orable mention, and Master HenryBlount's Coughs, Sore Throats or Colds; sure i
out of ten are caused by Catarrh, ago, was hung at Braidentown, Fri- all in our power to please you and
fine black horse was highly preventive of Pneumonia. Guaranteed. :I
which is nothing but an inflamed con- day. He insisted on having his pic- ;
complimented. 50c. and $1 bottles at the : i' make you feel like you are welcome.Call .
dition of the mucous surfaces. ture taken before beingturned ort
Robert Tydings scored first prize for ely Drugstore. Trial AnUlonop'I'I I and see us.
We will give One Hundred Dollars Both Lamb and Kennedy were white .
his donkey, while his little brother Cecil I I
for of Deafness caused
any case ( by men.
felt proud of the second prize for Flammer. the 1
Judge republican can-
catarrh) that cannot be cured by HaU'sCatarrh We with
his diminutive donkey. Prizes, a brush didate for district attorney of New II are you
Cure. Send for circulars free. MOTHERS v. ;si
and a bundle of oats, respectively.In York has retired
from the race in favor -
F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, O.
the dog contest Miss Emily i Who would keep their:! children In good of William Travers Jerome, the I i when it comes to
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take HaU'sFamily
health should watch for the first -
Stotesbury's famous pointer carried off Pills for constipation.The I symp- independent candidate and present incumbent I

the first prize, at handsome collar and toms of worms and remove them with of the office. This leaves the

Mrs. E. M. Howard's handsome brown White's Cream Vermifuge. It is the race between Jerome and Osborne, the I 1

pointer took second prize, also a fine naval stores operators west of children's bes. tonic. It gets diges- Tammany man. The election takes I
: the Alabama river in what is known 4
collar. Mrs. Gene Austin's pure white tion at work so that their food does place November 7. GROCERIES

poodle was also awarded a fine col- I as the Mobile-New Orleans territory, them good, and they grow up healthyand I

lar and first prize for his class, anda will establish a million-dollar factor- strong. Sold by all druggists.Millinery. CURES WINTER COUGHJ. I i, ;
age house in New Orleans.A I. { cr
prize and some honor went to Miss E. Grover, 101 N. Main St., Ottawa -

Nellie Gottlieb's sprightly rat terrier.In I ," Kans., writes: "Every fall it has i i ik They are always fresh, and
the cat competition the little PROMINENT TRAINMANThe I
been my wife's trouble to catch a severe -

Misses Camp, daughters of Mr. and I cold, and therefore to cough allwintt'r .3. our prices generally a little
Mrs. Clarence Camp, easily took first many friends of G. H. Hausan,
long. Last fall I got her a bot-
prize with their beautiful Angora, a engineer L. E. & W. R. R., at present i I 1
tle of Horehound Syrup. She used it lower when quality is con
fine tan collar, while Miss Erin Yonge's living in Lima, 0., will be pleased to THE MOSTFashionable all
and has been able to sleep soundly
pet kittle took second, a plain collar, know of his recovery from threatened
night long. Whenever the cough trou-
and Miss Dorothy Lancaster was not kidney disease. He says: "1 was cur- sidered.Market .
bles her, two or three doses stops the -
forgotten with her pet. ed by using Foley's Kidney Cure, I --- ---
cough, and she is able to be up and
Miss Stotest..ury's'parrot carried off which I recommend to all, especially
AND UP-TO-DATE well." :25c.! 50c. and $1. Sold by all { price paid for country
first prize for her class, a measure of trainmen who are similarly afflicted"
peanuts. We did not learn the winner Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. II

of the second prize. HATSFor the Adams Express Company produce ot all kinds

With canaries Mrs. C. L. Bittinger i The insurance
investigation in NE'wYork I
robber of Pittsburg, has plead G
made a "sweep stake" with her three has adjourned to November 8. the Fall and Winter Season are i
I guilty. All but $6000 of the money Prompt attention given to orders -
two of English birds and
cages one< I Now on Exhibition at my Millinery has been recovered. His wife had hidden -
of Hartz mountain, taking first and PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIO-N
I Parlors in the Ocala House. Call and I I $5000 of it in a baby carriage. 1 : by mail.CARMIGHAEL'S
second prizes, a package of bird seed WILL MAKE NO CHANGENo I .

and lumps of sugar. See Them. HOW TO CURE o cr' _

Hibbert Weathers was the proud matter which candidate is elect-
CORNS AND BUNIONS
MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICKOCALAFURMORECO
winner of a prize for his handsome ed, Foley'a Honey and Tar will remain ,-- We keep on hand at all times the largest -
brown heifer, "Lady of Glendale." First, soak the corn or bunion in
the people's favorite remedy for
Mr. B. W. Blount's fine milch cow coughs, colds and incipient consump- ( warm water to soften it; then pare it .., stock of Whiskies, Wines and Beers

"Mary," was entered, but was not exhibited down as closely as possible without
mail order
tion. It cures quickly and prevents in Florida: and do the largest
drawing blood and apply Chamber-
as was Miss Abbie Munroe'saplt'ndid
pneumonia. A. J. Nusbaum
Bates-
collie dog "Donald. ville, Ind., writes: "I suffered for lain's Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing SPECIAL. b tY si ness. This business has grown

There were several coops of very three months with a severe cold. A Personal Service Anywhere, Any Time, vigorously for five minutes at each PURE 7 YEAR OLD RYE steadily by fair treatment good goods,
,
fine chickens. Laurie Yonge made an application. A corn plaster should 'be

exhibit of lovely Plymouth Rocks, druggist prepared me some medicineand and When Needed worn a few days to protect it from The best medium grade Whiskey on earth. and prices that quality alone govern. If
a physician prescribed for me, yetI
which took a blue ribbon, while Hib- the shoe. As a general liniment for 4 full qts., delivered, $3.25. 2 full qts delivered -
did The Question of Embalming and Fun.
not improve. I then tried Foley's have it from GOOD
bert Weathers' beautiful white Wyan- sprains, bruises, lameness and rheumatism $2.00. i qt $t.oc you wan, liquor, we
Honey and Tar, and eight doses curedme. eral Directing is a Delicate One
dottes were greatly admired and the ." Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.E. Pain Balm is unequalled. For Pints soc Half pmts, 250. to the very BEST ever di....tdIecf.

spectators thought the young exhibitors Would not it be Best for You to En- sale by the Postoffice Drugstore. I

had the world at their feet. W'edid

not secure the names of the other FU.., have M. Overstreet sold their&turpentine Co. of Seneca plant, trust this Question to Those who Appre- It is hard for an American to correctly CARMICHAEL & SON COMPANYOpposite

exhibitors. estimate the situation in Rus-
including 13,000 acres of land, to Williams ciate It's Delicacy and Whose Know-
Master C. C. Blount's pony was entered !sia. Not only is the country vast and
& Co., of Dawson, Ga. The S. A. L. Depot and West of Square.
which attracted much attention, price was $70,000.WARDS edge is of the Highest Standard its population great but we get nearly

but was passed I all our news from people prejudiced

There were other entries of family TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE against Russia. It looks on the surface OCALA FLORIDA
OFF
PNEUMONIAAll
horses, Mrs. B. A. Weathers' dark bay PROMPT ATTENTION 'I like that country was on the

and Dr. D. M. Smith's bay. Both were brink of a revolution as great as the -

admired, but were not in the blue rib- complaints coughs that, colds are curable and pulmonary are quickly Day Phone No 10. Night 94 and 167 one that tore France to pieces in 17b9- NEW NAVAL STORES COMPANYThe

bon class. 93 but there are not lacking good authorities THE CLUB HOUSE
cured by One Minute Cough Cure.
SMITH & ROBERTS Ocala Fla. which that the great bulk
We had almost forgotten to mentionthe Clears the phlegm, draws out Inflammation say I Blue Creek Company, with a
of the Russian do know that
people not
prize winning turtle, "Aguinaldo and heals and soothes the affected capital of $70,000. has filed its charter I North :Side\ of (
of the Filipines. which many of the any unusual disturbance is going on. ,! jlIare.
parts, strengthens the lungs, with the clerk of the circuit court.

little ones thought was the cutest wards off pneumonia. Harmless and Coal The entire railroad system of Russiain This company which is composed of:! A first class family hotel.. }; Choirest rooms and the
thing in the whole collection. I Europe is tied up by an immense
pleasant to take. Sold by the AntiMonopoly J. R. Young. J. W. Ward, Jr., and Luther -
Another pleasing feature of the pet Drugstore.The strike. and discontented workmen and McKinnon. will engage in the best table in the city. Special rates= to weekly or monthly

show was the fair fortune teller's tent, Blacksmith. students are holding mass meetingsand manufacture of naval stores-Industrial -

over which Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk presided I openly advocating revolution in all Record. boarder:
Industrial Record publishes the
with a grace, versatility and realism articles of incorporation of the Barnes Egg and Charcoal.AT the larger cities. But so far the army MRS. THOS. J. BARNES, Proprietor.

that sure did excite and cause hat' remained faithful and so long as
& Jessup Co., a naval stores firm with Frightful Suffering Relieved
expressions of genuine belief that in it doe, and the mass of the people areapathetic.
J300.000 capital, which will have its
Suffering frightfully from the viru-
palmistry Mrs. Sistrunk held the edgeon a revolution is not likely tosucceed.
headquarters in Jacksonville. The MclvEK & MAC KAYS lent poisons undigested food, C. G.
.
all comers and by the lines of the -
principals are C. H. Barnes, J. C. Little FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
------ -- Grayson of Lulu, Miss., took Dr. King's
hand could tell of the past with an unerring :
E. C. Long and E. B. Wells, all of "
At Gloucester Courthouse, Va.t Sat- New Life Pills "with the result, he ,
certainty and depict the future For
Jacksonville.IN. I I urday, W. D. Coker killed his neighbor writes, "that I was cured." All stom- I!
with a vividness that often startled.All WATCHESAnd Western Beef Veal Florida taU! Fed Beef, Mutton Ar-
ach and ,
Y i{ R. E Gressftt. then went back homeland bowel disorders give way to
the accessories were in evidence,
for Just back of the tent the kettle OLDEN TIMES I I. killed his wife and two little girls! their tonic laxative properties. :5<:. mour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork Sausage, Cabbage -

and finally himself.A at the Anti-Monopoly:: Drugstore, gtnr-
with its bats-teeth and witches' epidermis REPAIRSGO Sweet
Turnips Beets
People Were Content to Take Thnigs anteed. Rutabagas, ,
seethed frothed and bubbled

with an aroma that smacked stronglyof Easier Than Now TO JUDICIOUS INQUIRYA Potatoes, Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions.
The troubles in Russia have about
the uncanny and mysterious.The If our forefathers cauld behold the well known traveling man who
F G. B. WEIHE scared: the czar out of his wits, so the
military guard and escort, who modern locomotives, automobiles and visits the drug trade says he has often W. P. EDWARDS,
dispatches say. But he has hung on
did themselves proud on this occasionwas electric cars they would hold up their The heard druggists inquire of customers -
Jeweler.C. to one very good wit. the one who Phone 108 City Market.
a detachment from the Ocala Rifles hands in astonishment.The who asked for a cough medicine I ,
I successfully stood Japan off at Ports-
composed of Quartermaster Hamp tape-coach was fast enough whether it was wanted for a I
mouth a few weeks ago. M. Wltte has
Chambers in command. Sergeant Will thenwere more content to take J... NELSON, i child or an adult, and if or a child
been appointed premier and is virtually -
Dodson. the "mastodon" of that body things easy.They I they almost invariably recommendChamberlain's

Corporal Charles Leaner and Privates used to be satisfied with any CARPENTER AND BUILDER I Cough Remedy. The I I in control of the government. He NEW-. ..
Leland Smoak I has a herculean task before him.
and Fred Duffy. Their sort of a hair lotion that come along-j reason for this is that they know there I I
services were !! Store and Office Fixtures a
inestimable and received if it did not prevent Baldness they is no danger from it and that it always -

the unstinted thanks of Miss Tatham.A thought it was because Baldness could Specialty. cures. There is not the least $25 REWARDI Tprigh Piano

bevy of little misses that attracted' not be prevented. danger in giving it. and for coughs. will pay a reward of 115 for con-

much attention and aided greatly in It's different now. People know that Jobbing Promptly Attended colds and croups it is unsurpassed.For : I viction of any man in Marion countyfor I I

the moving scene were the followingin germs cause Baldness and that New- to sale by the Postoffice Drugstore.A : violating the game )law, and $25 I I $230-

Japanese costumes: The little Misses bro's Hrrpicide kills the germ, thus 'I where the party lives in Ocala

Erin Yonge Emma and Fannie curing Dandruft and preventing Bald Furniture Repaired and Renovated. big line of handsome quilts and Henry Gordon Sheriff.Smith's .

Sage. Eunice Annie Laurie and Sidney ness. t
comforts at reasonable prices. Ocala

Perry. Sold by leading druggists. Send 10 I Furniture Company. Asminster art squares, In OCALA MUSIC CO1

After awarding the prizes the new cents in stamps for sample to the Drop me a postal card: wheneveryou floral and Oriental designs, 9x12 feet,

members of the Band of Mercy, who Herpicide Co., Detroit. Mich. Tydings want any work in my line. Twenty p ends of granulated sugar the finest and most beautiful line ever I

iud not received their silver badges, &: Co. Special: agents Ocala, Fla.
C. L.
NELSON. for ;i, cash, at"T&cJ'alr- shown in Ccala. Mclver & MacKay. I JEWELERS.









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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1905 PAGE THREE

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OCALA OCCURRENCES AMUSEMENTSThe TRESPASS CASE ,;
JUST RECEIVED :

coming season promises to be Judge Bell heard a trespass case
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night the best in the amusement line Ocala Saturday against J. W. Sanders of the MONEY SAVED

has had for a number of years. Manager a full and complete line of Early Bird section. The complainants
Delicious fresh candles at Troxler'
Sylvester If booking some good were Judge W. S. Bullock et aL The .

attractions for the opera house. Among attorneys in the case were Carlos L.

Fair.A complete line of blankets at the the list is Alleys Musical Comedy Co., HIGH GRADE SHOESFOR Sistrunk for the state and R B. Bullock .

presenting "Cinderella" with thirty for the defense. The jury renderEd AT "" .

people in the cast and a carload of a verdict of guilty and sentencewas
New Florida Syrup at the 0. K. "
scenery a Breezy Time Farce Company suspended by the court on a motion -

Grocery.A ; the great Barlow Minstrels, for a new triaLDANCING '

Ocala's favorite minstrel show; Black THE FAIR .
full line of cigars ana tobacco. Tydlngs&Co. -
PattI, and her company of forty people LADIES and CHILDREN.The CLASS

; Donnelly and Hatfield Minstrels Will be open Wednesday and Saturdayat

Ever Ready Batteries. The YongeV owned by A. G. Field; Geo. H. Adams 3 p. m.. at the armory. Saturday

A Clint Co. Pantomime Co.. In "Humpty Dumpty; only visitors will be allowed tQ dance. "FOR THE DISH" WE IRE SELLING:

\ Culhane, Chase and Weston Minstrels; kind that fit well and look Hours, from 5 to 6.

Chas. L Lewis, in the "Si Plunkard;" Miss Sue Anderson Teacher.
,
Mr. P. H. Nugent of Higley is In
town today. Beggar Prince Comic Opera Co.. anda :?o pounds Granulated Sugar for_____________,____$J 00
right. Let us show them to

number of others that dates have you. :Major G. M. Hubbard, who has been : Arbuckle's Coffee per pound____________________ J5
not been closed with yet. visiting his family for a month or so,
A choice and complete line of ",
groceries
will soon return to Alabama to renew Best Grade Green Coffee, 71-2 pounds___________ J 00
at the Fair.
The examination tablets for school his timber contract business.! Other Grades Cheaper .
examinations, ut the Anti-Monopoly HELVENSTON a PASTEUR COMPANY

New Florida syrup the first of the Drugstore, price lower than any is We have just received another carload One Half Barrel Sack Best Flour, guaranteed.----- 2 85

season at the Fair. the best in Ocala. See and believe; of hay presses of different sizes, Other Groceries just as cheap. '

also ink and pencil tablets.Dr. both portable and stationary. Ma-
Rev. C. C. Carroll continues quite 1------- I Yard Wide Yellow
WEATHER FORECAST ion Hardware Company. Homespun, heavy good quality. 5
sick with
dengue. and Mrs. S. H. Blitch have returned J. M'NEALY
home from their attendance at All Standard, Fast Color Calicoes---------- _ ____ 5
Mrs. R. G. Blake returned today t

Twenty pounds of granulated sugar the National Prison Congress, held Washington Oct. 30.-Partly cloudy Call on or write to the above man from Brooksville\ where she has been $1.50 Blankets for per pair _____________ ._-"_ _ J 00
and with local show-
for $1. cash, at the Fair. tonight Tuesday
last week in
Lincoln Neb. The attend visiting her brother, Mr.- Sanders.
before closing contract for. build
ance was very large and the papers ers. any 81.25 ** -__________________- 90
ing, repairing or cabinet making of
The best line of tablets, etc., at the read were of a high order. Dr. Blitch any kind. He does only the best work, The biggest tallest and prettiest 81 ___-_______._ _______ 75
Ocala News Company. was honored by being elected presidentof OYSTERS ARE IN SEASONThe knows his business and "don't wait." glass vases ever seen in the city are ,

the Surgeons' and Physicians' Association at Mclver & :MacKay's.Mr. .
Ladies' knitted shawls and fascinators of the Congress. Dr. Blitch E k's Cafe, opposite the LAFAYETTE BUILDINGEast

., all wool at the Fair. read a paper on the "Negro's Future," A. C. L passenger depot, is now of Pittman &. Son's CornerMr C. W. Joseph of Clearwater came

which was highly commended. serving in style. The up today and is a guest of the Monezuma. Sheetings and Bleachings at old Prices,
oysters any
Mrs. R. S. Hall is quite sick. Dr. Neill M. Allred is now located at .

Smith is attending her. Mr. J. J. Gerig returned from New only a la carte house in the city. Phoenix Arizona, and the climate is No Advance. .. -

York Sunday. He bought most of Strictly first-class in all respects. doing much for his throat. The con- There is nothing in the furniture :

Twenty pounds of granulated sugar the pretty things in that city, and they G. R. TROXLER Prop.The gestion in his throat has already relaxed line too good for you. We have it.
for |1. cash, at the Fair. will be submitted to the buying publicat and he is confident of getting Ocala Furniture Cimpany.Mr. .

the Post Of ike Drugstore in a few welL ABIGLINEOF .

Beautiful Japanese china. Don't days. Marion Sunday school convention Grace, the insurance man, came .. ,

fall to see it. at the Fair. which was held at Fellowship If you are going to put down mat- up today from Lady Lake, where he

church Saturday and Sunday, was a ting, we would like to show you whatwe had worked his way in a buggy. Hewiil Ladies' Men's and Children's Sweaters, .

Men's and bays' sweaters, a new line pronounced success. The attendance have in that line. Ocala Furniture return there tomorrow and continue -

Just received at the Fair. was the largE.st'for known. Rev. Company.Mr. his rounds.Go !. Prices Low. Best Shoes at Lowest

Crumpton preached for the association

Crepe tissue! Crepe tissue! At the Saturday and RPV. A. L. Prisoc of Peter Ingram is just recoveringfrom to the Ocala News Company for Prices Every Pair Guaranteed

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Flemington preached Sunday. Dr. J. a severe attack of malarial fe- wedding presents.Mr. .

L. Davis of Irvine presided and Jack ver.

When you waQt_anything to read McCully acted as secretary. Dinnerwas Collins, who has been In chargeof Come and see for yourselves,

go to the Ocala News Company.Mr. Candies and Chocolates at served both days on the ground. I An immense line of comforts, hand- the J. J. Williams commissary at A. L. WEBB PROPRIETOR.

Rev. II. C. Martin the association's somely made in silk and cotton, and Silver Springs, was in town today. Mr. ,

A. P. Stuckey returned today T. W. TROXIER'S.Mr. county missionary, was paid his salary beautiful in design; the prettiest ever Collins and family will go to Homo-

from a business trip to Dunnellon.An .- -. ..---- -. ---------, and there was a balance in the seen here. Mclver & MacKay. assa tomorrow, and the former will -
treasury. The association also raised continue with Mr. Williams at that
McPherson. the Scotch-
young I CARMICHAEL & HOUGH
Immense line of sheets and pillow Rev. Martin's salary $100 a year, a place.
man, with Mcl\er & MacKay. has Combs, bruaiic sconces, and all other
at Mclver & MacKay's.Mr contribution to faithful
cases
had a hard road to travel for the past deserving a toilet articles. Tydings and Com ,

several months, contending with malarial servant's wage. pany. We have just opened up our big fall
.B. W. niount left this afternoonon fever. He is over the worst and winter stock of wool blankets, in We give Free Presents, consisting of Turkey Roasters, Hall Racks, Towel

a business trip to South Florida. now, but is very weak. Welch's grape Juice always on hand If you are looking for a quiet, home- all weights and at all prices. Mclver Racks, Silver Coffee Pots, etc., with every pound package of Baking -

for family trade at the Postoffice like house to stop at, yet possessing all & MacKay. Powder at 50 cents per pound. .

The Fair has put in a pretty line of Drugstore. of the advantages of a big, modern Tickets for other valuable presents given with every purchase of Soap,
London and tissue large
holiday china and glass novelties. crepe paper hotel, try Colonel Shipman's Monte- Nathan Peyser is at home assistinghis :
Powders Starch Coffee and Extracts.
Soap V
est stock and assortment, at the AntiMonopoly Miss :Mabl Timmons, a very attractive "
zuma, and you'll be pleased. father in extending the trade of -
Mr. R. S. Hall ;'In town for a few Drugstore. young lady from Nashville, Tenn., their fine cigars. With every pound of Tea, at 60c., we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitcher :
is a guest of the Pitt mans. She will Pudding Pan or Cake Mould.
days at the bedside of his- sick wife. I Stoves and ranges, and blue flame
Mrs. Moody has returned from Pa- go from here to Citra to visit her With every 25 cents worth of Laundry Soap, we will give a Mixing Bowl'
I oil stoves, all sizes and prices. Call There was a series of bloody con- .
latka and rented of the double brother and his wife. From there she
FOR SALE-Good buggy harness, part I and look the stock over- Marion Hardware flicts all over Russia between troops Every article and every present is first class and fully guaranteed, and .
from Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb, will to Gainesville where she will
etc. A bargain. E. E. Cline Ocala. cottage go Company. and strikers or revolutionists: yester your money will be refunded if both, are not as represented.
which she will occupy. Ocala is pleased spend the winter and place herself Under -
day. St. Petersburg is in a state of FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIESSouth
Mr. Clarence Camp returned Friday to have this estimable lady return musical instructions from Mrs. I
Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the iege. Main St. Give Us Call. Ocala, Florida.
from a business trip to Gainesville. and again be one of us. Ankle Green Parker, one of the most a
scalp clean if used according to direc- I
proficient teachers of music in the
tions. Made and sold
the Postoffice
Desirable rooms for rent near the i All the latest styles in iron beds at land. by The other half of the body in the

square nicely located. Apply at this I prices that are low. Ocala Furniture Drugstore. suit case found in Boston harbor Sep-

office. Company.Mr. The Ocala News Company is open- I' tember 21! was found Friday, and by OCALA FURNITURE CO. .
I When ready for ;our fall painting rings on the fingers was identified as .
ing today a beautiful line of new holi- I
be sure to see us and get our prices that of Susan of ,
Cambridge
Geary
Mr. Eugene Gramllng and wife have and Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb and little day books.P. I
removed from High Springs to At- daughter Nellie, returned }'( on paints- oils and lead. We can Mass., a chorus girl in the Shepherd

from day's visit to Lake "ster.1 I save you money and give you the very King Company. for .
lanta. day a W. Wylman, the advance agent of have the agency the ;
best goods obtainable. Marion Hard
Mr. Gottlieb took some beautiful viewsof the C. W. Park Dramatic Co., is in the I WE

Remember the Ocala News Company the lake while there. city, making arrangements for his ware Company. Henry Leduc. the Illinois farmer,
who shot the president of the Chenoa celebrated Karpeni
has books to rent. Come in and troupe to exhibit in Ocala shortly.
eee the list. Buy an atconol stove for T5c. at the This troupe was here last winter and WALL PAPER bank and several other men Saturday,
Postoffice Drugstore for making tea, and then barricaded himself in the '
gave a. good performance.Eye It you wish wrk done in the wall paper Leather Furniture and if
bank vault, surrendered to the authorities you
For decorations or designs use crepe coffee, or any light cooking. Heats ..
line let us send our man with sam-
tissue paper from the large supply at water in a Jiffy and only costs 2c. an strained, if neglected may lead ples for your inspection. Sunday.

the Antl-Monopoly Drugstore; largest hour to burn. to total loss of eyesight. Call and DITTO & MALONET. SAVED HIS LIFEJ. but knew it, there is none better. *t

assortment! colors and shades now in have Dr. D. M. Boney examine them.

Ocala. Mr. Edward W. Moody will wed tomorrow Office up stairs, Gary building.We Electric house wiring. Guaranteed W. Davenport, WIngo, Ky., writes,
We would be have
Miss Phoebe Nulton of Pitts- material and workmanship. The Yonge June 14, 1902: "I want to tell you I glad to you ,

Mr. J. B. Cutler has returned to burg Pa. The marriage will take have the most elegant line of i Cline Co. telieve Ballard's Snow Liniment saved

Crystal River after spending Sunday place at Colorado Springs, where Mr. lace and portiere curtains that have my life. I was under treatment of two come and look at this Furniture

in town with his wife. Moody has made his home for the : ever been shown in this city. The LOW COLONIST RATES VIA THE doctors, and they told me one of my ,

is Marion the latest and the colors lungs was entirely gone, and the oth-
past year. Mr. Moody a styles are very ,
An elegant line of beautiful quilts, county boy, well and favorably known I and designs the most beautiful !j I LOUISVILLE &: NASHVILLE R. R, er badly affected. I don't think I and we will take pleasure in

comforts and blankets at the Ocala .here and his many friends will wish! ever seen here. Mclver & MacKay.Mrs. To California, the West and NorthWest could have lived over two months longer. -

Furniture Co. him joy In his new relations of life. I I was induced by a friend to try .
We at
it to
showing
[ Abe Brown, after spending the Ballard's Snow Liniment. The first you. carry
$-H.7G-To San Francisco, Los Angelesand
Mrs. J. M. Dell of Gainesville\ visiting You can find the latest and most summer with friends in Chattanooga pplication gave me great relief. Two

her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. fashionable box paper etc., at the has returned to her pretty home in also' many to. various other Colorado California, Arizona points; 50 cent bottles cured me sound and all times a full assortment of

Lldd n. in this city. Ocala News Company. the second ward, to the great joy of and Wyoming points. well. It is a wonderful medicine, andI ,
her husband. I recommend it to suffering humanity."
$51.60-To Portland, Ore., Tacoma, Seattle
I the Furniture line
We have as pretty a line of fall and Today was division day of convicts Sold by all druggists. everything in
Wash., and many other pointsin
winter dress goods as can be found In' and a good many of the sub lessees Carpet remnants and other small Washington, Oregon and British
town. The Fair. met here and went with Mr. Rawls to Elliot Fitch Shepard, a young American '
at big bargains. Mclver & Mac-
rugs Columbia and if prices are not right
Dunnellon to get their share of the millionaire, grandson of WilliamH. our ,
Kay. $48.90-To many points in Utah and
Mr. F. L. Rutland, a prominent lumber prisoners.A Vanderbilt is under a jail sentencein

man of Pumterville. who has beenin Montana France. His automobile ran overa will make them i
Robeit Murrell of the Star office has $45.90 To Billings, Montana, and intermediate we so.
Ocala for several days returned large assortment of Royal Wilton 12-year-old girl, for which he was'
recovered from a four days' tussle points on the Northern
home today. rugs, very handsome, at Mclver & arrested and tried. He was sentencedto
with fever.New .Pacific and Burlington Route.
MacKay's.It pay a fine of $120, to pay the girl's
Liberal stop-over privileges. SMITH & ROBERTS
FOR SALE-Second-hand square piano parents $4000 and to spend 90 days in
Florida Syrup at the O. K. Tickets will be sold daily up to and ,
cheap; cash or on Installment. H. is very evident from the obstrep- jail. The case was appealed. The
Grocery.Ed including October 21, 1905.
D. Stokes Merchants' Block. erous and belligerent spirit developedin French say that Americans habitually OCALA FLA
Ocala Saturday night that a new L & N. Best Route, West and NorthWest break the law in speeding automobilesover ,
Davis went down to Tavares today
-
Bart Corley. the Wildwood printer brand of "high ball" was opened up their highways and it is time an

spent Saturday night and Sunday with and partaken of freely, as not less to defend in the preliminary trial For full particulars call on or write example was made.A .

his numerous Ocala friends. than eight persons came under the restrictive a man who killed a little child some George E. Herring, Florida Passenger

influence of the police.Do days ago. Agent, L. & X., 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville SPLENDID IDEAA FOR SALES

WANTED-A good man at the fire Fla.MOIVER. new idea in a Cough Syrup is advanced -
station. Boys not wanted.A. you suffer with asthma or ca- We have In stock and ready for in Kennedy's Laxative Honey

J. Brlgance Chief. tp.rrh? Then usa Adam's Cure. Price, immediate shipment 2. 3. 6, 8, 12 and and Tar. Besides containing pine tar, .S.BY....

,(Ie. Satisfaction guaranteed. For 15 horse-power gasolene engines made honey and other valuable remedies, it
& MACKAY
Sheriff Gordon returned from Tam- sale by Tydings & Co. by the International Harvester Company is rendered laxative, so that its use Insures I Ditto and

pa this morning and went to Dunnel and there are none better. Marion a prompt and efficient evacuation Maloney '

Ion this afternoon. This Is koaas weather. We sell ko- Hardware Company. FUNERAL DIRECTORS I. of the bowels. It relaxes the nervous ,

laks and kodak things. The Postoffice : system, and cures all coughs, .
Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood returned Drugstore. Rector harrison of Grace Episcopal UNDERTAKERSand colds croup, whooping cough etc. A HOMES, FARMS AND LOTS.No. .

Sunday morning from their visit to I church preached a splendid sermon red clover blossom and the honey beeis

New York. Messrs. Geo. K. Robinson and J. IL.Spencer Sunday morning from the text: "Jesus: on every bottle of the original Lax- o

made a round trip to Gainesville said unto him let the dead bury the ative Cough S'rup-Kenned"s Laxa-
EMBALMERS
New Florida Syrup at the O. K. I Saturday in good time in theformer's dead, but go thou and preach the tive Honey and Tar. An ideal remedyfor
1. Good 2 story, 8 room house Splendid porches, yard 1-4 'J

Grocery. auto. kingdom of God. Fine Casket children. Mothers praise it. It acre. Near High school. A big bargain..,*. . .._$1300No.
?
is best for all. Sold by the Anti-Mo-
Miss Janet McCready of St. Petersburg C. H. Dame returned Saturday from nopoly Drugstore. 2. Six room cottage and 20 acres of good land with some fine

is visiting her aunt. Mrs. H. G. REEDTHIS_ : Ward City and Starke: where he did 'and Burial RobesAll peach trees Only a mile and a half from town. Price.$500

McDavid. in this city. Dothan, Ala., July 13 1899. some good Woodmen work. This week I American soldiers in Mindanao have No. 3. Splendid 8 room house, new roof, newly painted, etc, Large

I Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.-Dear: I Dame will devote to Palatka and do Work Done by Licensed Em surprised and killed the famous datto I yard running through entire block. South Third street, 2nd
FOR RENT. UNFURNISHED there in the forest tlf
pleasant upstairs rooms, in one of the Sir: We have been selling your Texas some woodcraft.At trimming. balmets and Fully GuaranteedBURNETT I All. the Moro chief who has made our | warJ. See thIS. Price _... .. .. ._.... .. .. .-... .. .$.Z800
Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, for "oumrymen so much trouble in thatsi.d
best residence' sections of the city. Apply No. 4. Nicest small house in city. Known as Colby house-in 1St
His son and ten of his follow-
at the Star office. one two suffering years, and with recommend any kidney it to troubleas any- the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. : rs wt-re" killed and fortthree"ound- ward, near in. This house is a beauty and wjUsdT quick at

beir.g the best remedy we ever sold. while it lasts can be had onepoundlinen I I i m th+- fight. Three American sol- the low price of-. ... -_. .. .....*u. ... $1800
Mrs. Stephen Hopkins of the third and envelopes fabric finish -
Yours truly, paper j 1'-:s of the 25th Infantry were killed No. 5. Splendid farm containing 120 acres best land. Some good
ward is dangerously ill. Her husband any shade for 5' cents. See the
J. R. Young.A I .:. bookkeeper for Tom Smith, had to samples displa>ed.
leave his work and remain at her bed- : miles south of town. PriceT. .. .. .. .. ... ... ... .. .$1200
TtAAS WONDEROne SOME SEASONABLE ADVICEIt
side. Goods that are good, at prices that THE TAILOR, No. 6. Nice 8 room house, large yard. Some fine shrubbery and

-- ----- .mall boiue 01 the Texas Wonder are right, backed by a reputation that may be a piece of superfluous near W.V.. Clyatt's home in first ward. House in good
There is no better line of in Hall's Great cures all Has Moved Into His advice to urge people at this season
rugs Discovery we are proud of. Ocala Furniture condition. Cheap at. .. ......-...... .........__.$1300
town than you can find here. Ocala kidney and bladder troubles, removes I Company.Mr. of the ;year to lay in a supply of "
Furniture Company.Mrs. gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions I New Brick Store !I (hamberlain's Cough Remedy. It isi No. 7. Two good building lots only four blocks from square near

weak and lame backs rheumatism Barnett George the section master i i almost: sure to be needed before winjter Ocklawaha avenue. Must go at once at, each_ ... .$250
No 11 E. Fort Avenue.
Burnsides. the accomplishednurse. and all irregularities of the kidneys King I is over, ant: much more promptand For investment
of Morriston. was in the city today No. 8. : One new 5 room cottage and 2 new 3 room .
Is sick at the home of Mr. and and bladder in both men and wo accompanied Mrs. Elma Mc- satisfactory: results are obtained Near in. .
by See his fine line of piece cottages. Pay in rents $17 per month, ,or .20.percent / "_.
Mrs. H. C. Jones. Regulates uladder troubles In when taken as soon as a cold is con .
men. Bridge. who came to transact some legal for cloth tracted and before it has become set- net on investment at the price of. ...._.......$850 > -
i children. If not sold by your druggistwill business. Mr. George is one of the I goods summer
New Florida Syrup at the O. K. be sent by mail on receipt of Jl. best section men in the state. and his ing. tied in the system, which can only be No. 9. Good 5 room house and 28 good lots one mile west of town.

Grocery.Rev. One small bottl" is two months' treatment portion of the road is always in A-I done by keeping the remedy at hand. Must be sold .at once, _. _ .___ .. .__ ..____.. ..$400
and seldom ff Us to perfect a cure. condition.The This ren.edy is so widely known and
If want to buy come early or choice will be gone.
L W. .Moore had a crowded Dr. E. W. Hall sole manufacturer, ?. Burnett. so altogether good that no one should you your

house yesterday morning at the Methodist 0. box 6!'. St. Louis Mo. Send for finest an 3 most complete stock Jetty hesitate about buying it in preferenceto DITTO &, MALONEY .

church and preached a fine sermon testimonials. Sold by all druggists and of perfumes toilet soaps and cosmeticsIn any other. It is for sale by the

on "Christ's Humanities." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. the city, at Tydings and Company. Merchant r allot.p Postoffice Drugstore. Main Street, Ocala, Fla








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: : THE BOWSER AND POKER begin Taking Ozomolsioa Today

'r GADSON'SSPECIAL / and Your Cure Begins Today HATS! HATS! HATS!
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uie Jol n:.vns and the game was under

/ way. Mr. Bower:: thought; it neiessary THE BROADWAY MILLINERY STORE
10 DAYS to explain that Mrs. 1 owner haJ ; ,

never sat in a regular game and that I

she might make mistakes. and the other Tlu Cod liner Oill..r.iaoo PelF F-rrtSnn"
b i Xext Door to the New Kacket Ocala's Store
Its Vitalized Cheapest
Medicinal Food
players aid they would not be two Properties -

: hard on her. Mr. Bow er sat next to'I In are Brlcgtnr Very Quickly Healthy Re&hzed.Color to tt \i has on exhibition the larger and most varied assortmentofthe

the dealer and opened the first 1't.The ;! 'Cheeks of the Pale and Sallow. j|
In Producing Strength to the Weak,to latest creation in
player he\t to him in and j
BARGAIN SALEI. came the Feeble and the Invalid.In .
then Mrs. Bowser raised the ante I Tonlrg up the System of ConvalesCents -

I But how can your protested Mr. Cleansing from Exhausting the Entire Diseases.In System.. Ladies' Misses and Children's Hats andHigh

Bow ser. In Nourishing the Wornout.In .
"It's her of '' Rounding Out the Thin. Puke
privilege, course, replied Faces of Children. I >< Art Millinery Goods.
the dealer. In Building up on their Little Bodies

; We have Just Received, and are Now Displaying, for make"Oh,a of mistake course and but mix I hope up the she;:aDle.1 won't I the Color In Desirable Dotting and! Dimples their Pink cheeks and that White with make the Flesh Mo!Pretty then and Visit the New Racket special Shoe, Hat, Cap and Clothing

f She didn't. All came in on the Heart Glad.OZOKULSION Sale the talk of
Wear I everybody.Florida .
Fall and Winter
Early and Mr. Bowser bet a. chip. At the Ii an Antidote for all Di< &i I same time he gate Mrs. Bowser a I Brpoinre to Cold and Wet.
To prove its Medicinal Food Merits a
'- meaning look. The next player came
I IJ
J ifa I in, and then Mrs. Bowser ral-eJ it five. I Trial Bottle Free by Mall
I Mr. Bowser had only two small Will be sent on request. Write by letttf
I
iAfeBMH pairs East Coast
II I or postal card to Railway
PtJt II I but as she had drawn three cards he i\ Ozomulsion Co.,98 Pine St.,flew York.

raided her five when the others had !' 411 Drujpsti-T: slies-BOc. and (LOO.WORMS.

r A HOUSE four' t ) I I, dropped went five out.better.She He saw called the ,raise and and she i|'I Local] Time Card 1 No. 62. Corrected lo Sept. 7 7,1905.

took the pot on threes. lIe flushed: up I

,,, gad hitched around, but had to pretend | !I 1 S.UTH.BOU'lD-' RUD DJW: 4. XOSTH-DOUKD-READ! UP.

to laugh when said -.
some one : j I ---
"1 don't think w e need be afraid of "I had for years suffered from whatmedeal men ', \o.t'9 Vo. 29 STATIONS: ':S'So.9S: I;
FULL OF Mrs. Bowser mixing things up. i' called byppepiia and Catarrh of the fcvomach. In I 1)arly I 1)&lIy JXO' I Lally
I II August I purchased a box of Cascarets and vu surprised I
The next three or four hands fur- squirming to end man that left I bad me. Judge'em"-our yes-dortor a wiggling aarpme -, i 6 eo I' 9 U :: Ly.. ____._Ja.'ks!.'nvil&.____ A ,01"' IO! ; a
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5' 7 ___ .
P 9 4! S JackanntiaLv: a 52: 1,1 812 a
when I thawed him thirty feet and in another
o tiisned no particular incident, and then ; Ii S .____ ,,_._ '
i day the remainder(about the same length)of a tape. I 1.13" : St.au"t.u Ii CU pl 1.0 a
I Mrs. Bowser got two pairs and opened worm that tai been vitality for can 6 :3 p 113: a _._.__._lh..UnI.._._ 4 53 I': G 49 A
I have the beet of health { s ... ........... ,
enjoyed since.
ever trait" 50) _1..1! 11:0_a" Ert-_ PaIatk:...__. 4 3j' 6 2t a
I the pot. Bowser had a straightand tall tcttuooBial will appeal other snfferert.
pat Chai.B1ack.i! ek.13i Divinity Place 1: 'j.i.i I' i2 li I' Ar ....._..._..?.Pal.aka. .....__ Lvl! 'II' 6 W ,
I raided it. The other players had' Wen l'hlladelphla, l'a.8es1 G H n, It 2. :1 Lv.. ........._....., Palatka. ._._....._ Ar 5 0.) I" 41 5s al! rv
'. something to come in on, and things for IT5i 1 2-0,, \r ...._. --.&a)11,1<-0___. Lv'-2' IUI I 1 e
I II were lively. Mr. Bowser lo.,ked at i = ,...!_OJ a Lv ....-. ......-SI .??._ Ar:_II 2t.'i.; !i 50 a! ttd
I I The Bowels 'I 5-1 1"12 3! I' Lv -..:....-........ ;;o'a; ....--.--- Lv :3 I 1 : 5.M1 iiI +
her and thought: he saw her wri-jgliug! :! I 8 011. 12 n l'' -_._._.?r.ulIlI<'Ils____ "' :3 I H Ii 35 r
That meant that she had an averagehaul. I I ..... II ,0 p' 12 5i 1.1" __ _Du'lInt.... .. :3 I 37 1'1 Ii 2) a ai, ....
"'" 1H 1'1! 1:6: pt": .__ _.._ltrinond- a III 4 :911 1 '"
: He hadn't helped his threes any, I 0\ 85.p i33.; __...._....Ddyt.na_. I :S I 00 P PI: 441a
36 LADIES' TAILOR MADE SUITSIn !but he made a live cent raise. Again j cNDY CATIVRTiC j jI 11I1 I'1, 1 51 I' ___......l'P.rt Oran e___ "' : rU p438 f a 1 't
'A 9251':_2 15 IAr _...- _Tew Smyrna ..._:.- :., 2 :
left it 1 =
they were to play out together. -
I .- 1\1 ::! a'941p1A[ .?_.... L."llwH'It'n...__ Lv 1:1: 3t1I'ffi" .,
Mrs. Bowser saw and raised, and he'I j' :: ill 3) ",, a551' ...._....... _l'l'.1.J: tty: _.._.?_ i! j :
I raided'!back until he finally got scared I t":: ld.n. 4 00 I' ....._..Orane thty Junetr.' 1 L 2--\ P 45 p.1 0L
Broadcloth Flannels Cheviot Mohair 9 +::p' 2.5 I' Lv .. _. _..\ '.-lInrl'L.._ Lvi, 22111' ,0:; at1u
etc. Pleai act.Palatable Potent.Taste Good Do Good ?
Serge and called. Then she showed a full j ..._...._._ =
Never I>lck.n, Weaken or Oripe Wc,rise,Soc.Fever I j r et0 I' 251 I' O.11t 11l1t...__ aI: .1 .
house and raked in a two dollar put > told in buii. The genuine tablet stamped C C C. I i ... lu :19 p: ;9 3U I. Ar .. ...__...... Ttustlle ."".__"_' Ll.-5y :3 I 00. ,
Wade in the Most Fashionable Styles in Coat and "1"ll like to know how did that," \ Guaranteed to care or your money back. '' 9 lrJ a .... .. ..Ar ......_... ..-._ 50\1I.r,1_.._.._.._.. J.y JII W a. III W a 'J.
up :you Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 594 o '. I1000aLv...._ ..........._.:.I\.r..r.l _....._.._.__. Ar';.... ... 9UOa I 0I
he demanded. ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES : 3 SI I'Lv' ...__..'In-stilts..._.__. IN: -1 15 I'y ala'Z
Walking Suits. Colors black blue caster green and "1Vhv, I held up two pairs and got 'Il t I 13 JI 4 0) I'! ....___......_("..08........_-_ i 12 S4 I" :! 1J ..
L. ._.....__ ...
----- 11 22 I' 4131" ibckle.t'e! 12 ) a t6 a\ ..
another jack, she replied."Tex : 11511. 'H _____..Eml Gallie...__ 115- 1'1 a, 141a ,
brown. Regular prices $15.00 to $25.00 per suit. In !but there are only four jacksin U 12 1'5 a Ii! 1'1" ___._. _!["'Ibuirne_____ 11 4 a lU a ,
the CHEAP RATESto 1251 A II :.'11'1'I ...__.._..s.'ba tau ..__ .. .1I 1:1 abci .
It
pack. seems mighty curious 139 a 6 2) ; _.._...81. Luete., _. ; a l r IIli -
? ???
this sale they go for $6.00 to $14.00 per suit. that you should pull one of them in." I 1 g;i 110 6 45 p .. _?__t-"rt I'lerc8...__ 10'Ii I to.'. p'
I .= 2 11 s '10-111" _.__.__ TiblJals _.__ e.., .. 11 :31 (4 fA
"Nonsense Bowser: said Johnson.
2'1J a 712p" ___.__.EdeH.___ 1J/ a 11 If Pi __
You must see the styles and touch the fabric to know "She simply filled, as will happen twenty 9 2; a '11'11' ".'. __?._._ Jinsun_ .... 1:1/ a :Hip'' tJj
CALIFORNIAand e.) '18 __ ..__ ___
UI : I' h' Start. Sit a li Oi I'0
times in ..
and full house
an evening, a
J _..._._ __ I.
3 of a 1 56 P lT"be S"nn1 II 42 a, 03i p
what they are. beats threes.!: "' 3 2'1 a 8 Up" _........Wet Jupiter_.....__ .. II :4 a 10 19 p
theNORTH J 44a: II 611' ...._.__west Pam! beach__ "- 7 4i a 943 I p
Mr. Bowser made no further breaks.He i 432a!! __.._..._r.ryninn_...___ 7'20a 91'1 I'
made up his mind that Mrs. Bowser 412 a'' .......D6rar! ...._...__ 7 III 11. 9 Oi p :.
I WESTDIXIE J 91'11'\" _..__.- .__ "
5 37 a' \ Fort !Lauderdale 611 a II lip
should suffer tortures at the !stake for ::: 3'; a 1 .. ......?_......... Dani" ....._.._.__ 6 lit Ai 8 06 p '1
scooping him, and things went along I Ii 5 Iii a' 42 PI" .?_.__.Uallandlll?.___ 5 5:1: 764 p (XI
6.4 a I t t m7 ._.__._Ltm. n City_._ .. I 5 4 111 T 2)
35 LADIES' TAILOR MADE SKIRTS I i until the last! pot, he constantly losing;: FLYER ROUTE I =0 611 a 1115 I'1'1"Ar ..........._..._...!Miami.._. _.._.__ L"i 5 2i "j'+ 72Daily' p r'I s
-- --
:; and she as constantly winuin All I I --

I chipped 10 cents to make a big pot, Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Hally t:,. IUnn.ST\U IXT\szox: Us.Sun.: .
: antI when Mr. Bowser found a pat full nun. I .

In all the new shades. Made up with tucks and box'!: house in his hand his heart eIultt'\1.1 Railway .J .i.( ; _..?.__..:Lv ...._..._._.. II:1rni......_._.._. Art _......... 3:0 plu !
i I Mrs. Bowser held three aces $44.70-San Francisco, Los Angeles, 3j al..._......,Ar ....._..._..nom.. ..__._. Lvi..._.-- 160 I'
plaits. Sizes to fit all. Regular prices from $4.00 to and the others cau.e in with what they Denver, Prescott, Salt Lake City.$49.90Helena \_ ..

had. The draw :gate them nothing; Butte, Anaconda, Mis*': I I INo.17'No. I i I
I
23 X" 21 No. 19bailp, :!% !RC.20'.254
$10.00. Our prices $2.20 to $6.25 each. more and the struggle was between siula, and Intermediate Points. Sun. tlu'l Lally I:.. )1.\'l'(>ORT BKA>CII }Jail O ) I 'IIII.! J

I husband and wife. Mrs. Bowser had $55.10-Portland, Seatte! Tacoma, Van. Ullly I '__ Sun. _! Ullly 1_1)11'1.__

hit the right card and bad a hand of couver and Points in British Colum 2 N 1010 .1 6 QI 1'1! 8 :O a LT .... .Jackfonvll'.Ar '145 a'11b: p'! 1i:0: ....._
I fours. Mr. Bowser: started off with abet bia. I 'l ('tll.1 '011 a a O$ 8! :24 a Ar _..So. Jack8.nvi le__. Lv 7 37 *' '. ll' 5 l p1...... _..
: and and raided I 2 40 I III DO II 1\ 4l' III 8 59 a ,. ........Pab-i! J.a"b_._. 7 0; n 11 :.j a 4 50 p445p .._.._
I of 5: cents, they saw DIXIE FLYER ROUTE is via Tif- 2 4;1 I", 10 i".i a 6Ii \I 64 a ......Atldnti'. 'each ..... 7 to a Il 4i h ...._.._...

35 Ladies' Jackets and Long CoatsAll called.until his Mrs.grit Bowser finally: left had him won, and nearly he Nashville ton Macon and St.Atlanta Louis., Chattanooga. .3-w p I.11- JO el I '100 PI 9 21 a _?_.._Mayfart. _....._ 6 45: a. 11 .0 It-, 4 30-p ..-... .._.

$4, and he was two antI a half out.
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP! CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI
Ho was cold and stern a< they made TWO TRAINS DAILY, morning and

Silk and Satin Lined. In different colors of b ue red ready to go home. He was colder and I evening. Through sleepers on night
sterner when they got out of the gate. trains for St. Louis and Chicago. Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships! of the P. i 0. S. S. Company For

green, grey and caster. Regular prices $3.00 to 20.00 I They had five !blocks to walk, but he Tickets on sale September 15 to October HAVANAAND {KEY WEST.
did not open' his lips, while she was 31, inclusive.

each. Our prices 81.25 to $12. each. I frozen to sill'nee.s they arrived at ---- --- -- -------- _.-

their own gate he turned away. Th'"< Time Tables chow the times at which trains may ...expected to arrive at and depart
"Aren't you coming in?" she asked.; L.ALEXALVDEF from thu bev,'ral stations, but their arrival departure.a at the times "tato.1 It n'>t gu:irau.eod
nor b thH Company to be held responsible anydelaysorany "" &Ii.olojh.rt.fr>m
"Woman, he hissed! as he turned on

Thefiest. .Earth We are Agents for the her, "1 am going to the nearest hellhole Practical ,

: There I shall get frl'nzit'llIIruuk. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
Then I shall come out and shout and CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful

lay and kill and dance up and down "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
oJl (1t estimates made on all contract
CELEBRATEDrHOEMonarch
in the redjiore. I have been insulted
humiliated<'ru ht'll. Look out fin me! work. Gives more and better work J. D. RAHNER Asst. len'l Pass. Ajrt., ST. AUCiUSTINR. FLA.
'or the money than: any other in town.',
willt'e in the
My lawyer your lawyer
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5O
morning, and" I '_ _. __."" ...S''C .
I And he was gone to enter up n his j t __ _.. .
';t' $ 3.50 Shoe career of slaughter. M. QUAD. I i COLORED PEOPLE'S DEPARTMENTREV.



Itkg \i/ *-zr-\ FOR ALL KINDS OF PILESTo J. E. A. KEELER. Editor. eanJSure.I

I draw the fire out of a burn, heal -- -- ----- -
fjTFon We have all the Shapes and WinterJI I
a cut without leaving a scar or to Bring all of jour job work to the

cure boils, sores, tetter, eczema and !Star office. You will be treated right.
G Styles in Stock. all skin and scalp diseases, use De- l1
fORSAlEBY Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A specific The dengue fever has abated to some

I for blind, bleeding itching and protruding extent in our city, but it is leaving its

Let fit in Wannamaker & Brown's Clo I piles. Stops the pain instantly trace behind.
us give you a = and cures permanently. Get the gen-
For fashionable: dress making canon
thing-Pants Suits and Overcoats for Men and Boys. I i Drugstore.uine. Sold by the Anti- onopolyI Miss Mamie Carey at the Marion

I House S. Orange St. ILwJu

The Tact Truth. Sam Williams of Lakeland, who has ? yl _
!b iup i SJ
I "()f course theie \\"iilh"iIY* N sonioj.hi.oits. been visiting relatives at Fairfield, returned l ell 9

I:, 11:' t'rtitr': : ." said the eonwted home Saturday. 6

THE OCALA BAZAARFRANK I yiuiig I j.Iijsu-ian.: "hut if peoplev

i, '..nl.i; "lily! tike my advice there would! For comfortable lodging and first
lr fer." class board call at the Marion House.

Mrs. P. G. Gowens Proprietress.Hair .
"\V-. replied; Knox: ; "fewer iople.
-Philadelphia: Pros COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS,
switches and pompadous neatly -
CURES COUCH SORE THKOAT, HOARSENESS,

P. GADSON. Tie Shortest Sermon I':,tr \cted. made. Ladies who wish work done LOSS OF VOICE, LOOSENS THE PHLEGM AND EASES
in this line call on Mrs. N. A. Hill. 212
As to )pre.uh'iig.: arguing: and interlirit.n I EXPECTORATION, HEALS THE LUNGS.
: :! Soriptuie in the pulpit. the pct I Magnolia street.
---- the BEST remedy forChildren's
Endorsed by leading physicians as
(!ltridti!'! of crnssters! are endless.
The services and grand rally at and Whooping Cough because
Not: ul..r"III1"I" We need l hit !h.axe recourse! t,) such stories Croup tit
GET FAT as that of Lorenzo Dow, who performed Covenant Baptist church yesterday off contains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard's Hore-

ffil "the shortest sermon on recoid. were splendid. Everything passed hound Syrup is mild and benign !it adapted to infants.as well

.S I II II II II ." His subject was "Backsliding," pleasantly made.: and a creditable showingwas as adults of every variety cf temperament and constitution.

By Taking Your Meals at the jiud what might; be called the body of I This Remarkable TestimonialMRS.
his consisted in his!' chmiuu u;> The editor of this department has Read

P I a smooth sapling; with great )pains and been quite ill with fever ever since B. W. EVANS Clearwater, Kas. writes:-"My husbandwas

I Ii Kmmlty! and the sliding down again. I Saturday night: but, be it member- sick for three months and the dOTS told me he had quick con-

NEW IDEA RESTAURANTWhere An immense; concourse of )people hadlemietl rd, his illness docs not deter the sub- sumption. We prcc' red a bottie cf Ballard's Horehound Syrup,andit
; to hear him, and great was I. scribers from their duty. cured hun. He is now a well man but we always! keep a bottle"
I their aston.shment: at witnessing this I in the house, and think it has no e.ual for pulmonary diseases. .

I ; performance. The my! words utterelv.tre. We have 100 choice lots in Marti City Easy toTaKe; Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed.THREE .
I'I'i
i the Best Meals and Lunches in the City are Served .h i "Hold on there Dow: hold on." I hieh we will rell singly or in groups SIZES 25c 50c, $1.00.
I i I of annumber want at $6 ea<-hand
I at all Hours of the Day or Evening. I Th 'n he slid down again put on his hatand I Ii you XoIs BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.
I i on you own terms. your
II I i I -
I Parson Yotmge, the Noted Oyster Cook the Best in Florida I j, left time to take advantage of a good 'floF
See Ditto and Maloney
t A DAREDEVIL RIDE thing. SOLD *ND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGIS'lS.:
t has Commenced Serving I I, '
: Often ends in a sad accident. To heal A PLEASURE TO ALL I'I'I -"---
-- >::;..- I"u' _1 Iter I accidental Bucklen's ArI I
In All it fOld i injuries use I Xo pill is as pleasant: and positive as l lDeWitt's
--.' Oysters Styles ni<.a Salve.: "A deep wound in my foot
I Little Early Risers. These
Gentleman; : -Dotu kiu.u. "lr'i;
f:'one an accident. writes Theodore ATLANTIC COAST LINETHROUGH
I you are the thirteenth berar; who Las famous little pills are so mild and effective -
Schuele of Columbus, 0., "caused me I
Give 115 a trial. We keep a first-cla place in every respect asked me for money today: j great pain. Physicians were helr'less,1 that children, delicate ladies
I Beggar-That's all right. I ain't suI I and weak people enjoy their cleansing
but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly I
HARRY STALLBERG I perstitious. I effect while strong people say they CAR LIN E FROM FLORIDA
Proprietor.LAMBeR. healed it. Soothes and heals burns
I II I are the best liver pills so3. Sold by
I like magic.. :5c. at the Anti-Monopoly
I Biting itrtort. ther.ti- Ionopoly Drugstore.
I They were dancing. Drugstore. i iI -CONNECTIONS-

"Gracious." said the !"arca'itic girl, I NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe 10 THE EAST Over its own rails to Savannah. Charleston, RichmondAll

I "you have t'Iel.hant's feet:" SPECIAL LOW I undersigned hereby give noticeto Rail and Washington thence via Pennsylvania Ry.
"Well" retorted the !bright youn ROUND TRIP RATESVia I
I all persons that an election! has been, .0 THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie
"that's letter than having crows-
man and is hereby called for. and will beheld Flyer route via Atla nta.
feet" the Atlantic Coast Line on Tuesday: the Sth day of No-
to him again 10 THE EAST Via &AV. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York Philadelphia
And she did not speak
Chattanooga TennH and return. One vember. 19'J5, in Marion county, stateof
and Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York, Washington
:
ROUGH OR DRESSEDSee all the e-renim-'bil"ago! first das;: : fare plus :2"c; Tickets Florida to decide whether the sale
Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah anJ Merchants and Miners
sold November S and 9. final limit of intoxicating liquors wines or beer
Transportation Company for Baltimore and PblladelSteamship -
CURES CHILLS ANC FEVER November 15. I shall le TohIbSte3 in said county of
I
phia.
orlPlione 1I i G. \V. Wirt. Xacogdoches. Tex., says: Nashville, Tenn., and return. One Marion, ::.s provided by ARTICLE XIX
and HAVANA ..Via Peninsular Occidental Steamship Co..
KEY WEST ana
1 'Ills daughter had for class Constitution of Florida.
chills! and fever first fare, plus 25c. Tickets : of the
Route of the celebrated trains, New York jid Florida Special, Florida
three he could I of Commis-
:years not rind any- sold November :) and :1, final limit Board County
B. H. SEYMOURPHONE thing that would help! her till he used November 30. sioners of :Marion County. and West Indian Limited Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.

Herbine. His wife will not keep house For further information call on ticket (Seal.) State of Florida; S. T. Sis- Quickest schedules superior service For Inrormatton as to rates .cbed*

NO. 25. without it and cannot say too much agent, or write J. S. Hartsell, D. P. trunk as Clerk of said Board ales, etc., consult the purple folder or communicate with J. S. Hartaell, D. F

Ocala, Fla for it." 50c. Soil by all druggists. A., Ta pa.Fla...... of County Commissioners. A., Tampa; W. J. Craig, G. P. A.; H. !I. Emerson, T. 1L, Wilnilngton N. Q,

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