The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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This is the result of the bond

election in Hillsborough I countyfor

bonds issuing for good$400,000 roads. Votes worth for of Leading Furniture Dealers of

bonds, 913; against bonds, 459.

Col. Jno. L. :Martin, of Xenia: Central and South FloridaOUR

for Infants and Children. 0., was awarded contracts and

I franchises by the Tampa council


Tho Kind You Have Always BoughtBEARS 'I railroad electric light, electricI CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF FURNITURE IN THIS SECTION. OUR PRICES ARE TO SUIT ALL.




I \V. K. Vanderbilt and the

French automobilist Fournier
Y made six miles in Empire City

I Park, New York City, Thursday Wagons Buggies Harness EtcWE

!In Use For Over 30 Years. I at an average speed of a mile in ,

TMt CENTAUR CGMPANY TT MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. one minute, six and four-fifths sec-

';irr'e.: ..' z. ,,1J' ;';" .'.:- -_: ,_:--- WI -_ --'. .', HAVE THE ONLY UP TO DATE STOCK OF WAGONS, BUGGIES AND SUPPLIES FOR SAME
:onds. A French machine was

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frFirr r3+ 3A9r3{+' PAINTS AND OILS.
t t. I C. L. Bugbee of Plant City is


= I instead of importing them.

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Frank Jones, while fishing last

I Pure Juices from Natural Roots. I week in the Sampson canal at MclVER AND MACKAY OCALA, FLORIDATHE

!' Sampson City, was attacked by an
all the
\I; REGULATES the Liver, Stomach and Bowels: alligator and had an exciting time PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHING

\1: PeopleSuffer the System, Purifies the Blood i 1 escaping his strong jaws.lyner's ------ --. --

| CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation! I I Pittsburg spend four parties million dollars are planningto in developing PANaAMERIGAN EXPOSITION

Stomach and Impaired DigestIOn.Diseased
| from a gold and copper mines at

Gold Hill N. C.
i Every Bottle Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. Buffalo, New York.Seaboard .

:\ .
Liver i Price, :o Cents. The Lakeland Sun this sea-

i Prepared by JAMES F. BALLARD, St Louis, Mo I m Dgsepsia Rem8aCures son's strawberry output will beat Air Line

w,!+3r>iAdfifK r".r4retiKrPf i.bti Fi0i9{ <&&&KMtt j .1I11-loi1Uioly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.
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i without fail indigestion, dyspepsia -

what I eat, in order that I may feel good I flatulence, loss of appetite, sick The Plant System proposes to LOW EXCURSION RATES FROM ALL FLORIDA POINTS
DISGRUNTLED( j headache nervousness, vertigo, biliousness .
and strong. I fully believe if any one build the handsomest depot at
suffering with indigestion or torpid liveror i dimness of vision and all the TICKETS ON SALE DAILY
-- chronic cold should take Dr. Pierce's ''I evils resulting from a weak and dis- L/ikeland of any similar structureon
ordered stomach. It builds: up from Rates front Ocala
Golden Medical Discovery and' Pleasant its lines in the state. ,
3Ien Who JlunulUcture; Misrr)'. Pellets' and observe a few simple hygienic I the first dose and insures ;good vigorous -

rules they would soon be greatly health and a long happy life. LIMITED RETURNING TO TWENTY DAYS FROM DATE OF SALE.

benefited, and with a little perseverancewould WITH FIVE DAYS' TRANSIT LIMIT IN EACH DIRECTION
WHAT A PROMINENT CITIZEN Never in the history of DeLand,
The disgruntled man, the man who is be entirely cured."
sulky awl dissatisfied under all conditions SAYS at this season of the year, has it CORRESPONDING RATES FROM OTHER POINTS
and circumstances, is to he found} Till; POCKETis

everywhere. Even at the sea side wherehe notorious for the miscellany it con Va.Mr., says Geo.: W."Accept Benson, of Richmond lieatt.eltthanks contained so many people lookingfor Double daily service, including Sunday, via Richmond and Wash
has for rest and recreation tains. string, marbles my winter for
gone Tops apples for the great amount of good quarters or permanent ington. Quick schedules.For .
you'll find him surly and sulky, grumbling chewing gum, nails, jack-stones, are all
your Dyspepsia Remedy has done for homes. further information, write R. E. L. Bunch, General Passenger
the weather the in
; at people, the mixed} one confused! mass.'hat
hotel accommodations, the board, and would. be said of one who used that me. It is a wonderful discovery." Agent, Portsmouth, Va., or A. O. MacDonell, Assistant General Passenger -
Price 50 cents large bottle.. For
everything; else. His scowling, sullen pocket which we call the stomach for per Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
visage checks the flow of talk at the such a heterogeneous collection of materials sale$2.50:; by druggists. Six bottles for Hon. J. N. Stripling, United Jas. M. Barr, First Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr., Portsmouth, Va.
table, and hushes the prattle of playing ? This is done not alone by the or by express on receipt States district in
of price by Tyner's attorney, was -
children. Now and again one gossip human ostrich at the circus, but by thou Dyspepsia Remedy
says to another "The'uld chap's liver sands of good people who do not consider I I Co., 107% St. Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga. Tampa last week investigating the

must be out of order." Somebody, else the relation of the stomach to the other I Send 5c. to pay postage for a sample violations of the federal laws in
says "Perhaps he's suffering from kidney organs of the body. The purpose of eat- Atlantic Coast LineIn
trouble." And a majority incline to ing is to provide nutrition for the body. I Bottle the late striker deportations.SEVEN .

,/ the opinion that it's "just dyspepsia." But how many people think of the nutritive For sale the
by Anti-Monopoly Drug -- -- --- -- - ---- --------
And as it happens they are all of them value of the food} they eat? For the I
most part the choice of food is : Store, Ocala, Fla. YEARS IN BED connection with Florida East Cast Ry and Plant System Schedule Effective

made to please the palate. The April 16, 1901.

'k I palate is a creature of education. I "Will wonders ever cease?" inquirethe
I It may be taught to crave things IL. ALEXANDER friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law- I !\o. 781, No.3:= i No. 32 dally Florida and West Indian -
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bitter or things sweet; to desire rence, Kan. They knew she had been Lv. Miami\ :, S 45 a Limited-Vestibule coaches Jacksonville
Lv. Port Tampa 7 au:< a 7 z>
spicy or fiery condiments which I Practical unable} to leave her bed in seven yearson Lv. Tampa. .. .................1 i H ,M 1" 8 00 PI PI, to Washington. Vestibule
3 eD irritate the stomach or dainties account of kidney and liver trou- Lv. St. Augustine..... .......' 5 &o p.m j.,. .. Pullman drawing room buffet sleeping
;: I \ which distress it, and in which CARPENTER AND BUILDER ble! nervous prostration and general Lv Jacksonville ............, ti p1: SIM( ) a cars Port Tampa, Tampa and Jacksonville -
I Lv. SavannahLv ................ 1 to a 1235 p
Ll the food value is reduced to the t debility; but, "Three bottles of Electric Charleston.. .............I i! 1\ 48! a 445 p. to New York without change.
lJ 1 Q minimum. As a rule the palate is Careful estimates made on all con- Bitters enabled me to walk," she Ar. Richmond ... ...........,.1 I 7 25! P 310 a Connects at Washington with ColonialAr.
taught to desire the most undesirable -I WaKhinjrton..... ....... ..!Ill JO jrOS 701 a
f i I tract work. Gives more and better writes "and in three months I felt Express via steamer Maryland, for
i Ar. Baltimore ................. 1 a MJa
things from the viewpoint work for the money than any other like a new person." Women suffering Ar. J'hlla'Mphia...............j 3 SO a ,, lUi.5 a Boston. Only one night on the road.
of nutrition. The result is 'I man in town. from Headache, Backache. Nervousness Ai. New York..... ........ .| 6 5t:I a 1 m ]>
that the stomach has to thresh a Sleeplessness Melancholy, Fainting Ar. Boston .. .. ... ..... ... ..I i 3 JI) p1;1 835: p No. 78, Atlantic Coast Line Express,
\ 1 connects with i trains i from all points i
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i + great quantity i of straw to obtainone I and Dizzy Spells will find it a For Pullman! reservations, rates and
In Florida, and connections made for
grain of nutrition. I i priceless blessing. Try it. Satisfac- all other information apply to
all points in the Carolinas and the Vir-
-------1 properly The body digested is sustained and assimilated by food : KIDNEY DISEASES !: tion is guaranteed. Only !50c. AntiMonopoly FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Agent, ginias. Through Pullman buffet sleeping
ti : Drugstore. 208 West St., Jacksonv'lle, Fla.
_. '/r i i and converted into nutrition. But cars Jacksonville, via Richmond
when the food lacks nutritive S. P. COLLIER. Sol Pass. Art and Washington, to New York.

III_ k / i value the body and its organs are the most fatal of all dis- I Colorado had its first snowstorm --

must be starved. Exactly the eases.FOLEY'S. of the season I Friday night- -
same thing happens when the I
food eaten is nutritious, but the Quite a contrast between Colorado
t stomach and other organs of di- KIDNEY CURE Is l I N
and Florida weather.
gestion and nutrition being weak Guaranteed Reined

.......... ened bv disease fail to extract i i I
the nutrition from the food
pro 1
right. His liver is sluggish. His kidneys vided. Then the body is starved also. I, # money refunded. Contains Pinkeye has broken out among

are disordered. His blood is necessarily :the horses of Jacksonville.The .
TilE SIGN OF STARTIOis i remedies recognized by eminent
poisoned l, by accumulations of effete I I, iIwaSk
nutter. And last of all his stomach is weakness. A starved man can't work.A : physicians as the best for J
"out of order." This is another case in starved organ; can't work ; or at the troubles. I Jacksonville knitting mill
which in the logical sequence of statement best it works partially and ineffectively.Dr. : Sidney and
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, : PRICE 5Oc. And $1.00. I resumes operations today from its

THK LAST IS FIRST. by curing diseases of the stomach and i interruption by the big fire.
other organs of digestion and nutrition, Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. I

The liver is sluggish because the stom- enables the perfect digestion and assimi- I
ach is dbea ed. The kidneys are disordered lation of the food eaten, and this food
because the stomach and its allied converted into nutrition, builds up the DIRECT LINE-QUICK: TIME TO
organs of digestion and nutrition body and all its parts and organs into I I CASTOR Washington! Baltimore Philadelphia!
are ""weak and cannot supply adequate sound health and strength.
nutrition for the needs of the body. "After I hall recei'eflthe advice which i I! I i For Infants and Children. Dew York, IDieago, glacianatl,
How do know this? Because in me in regard to treatment I I Ecuiscillc: jftfcnta Birmin 9 ham
we so you gave my ,
many cases, persons who had suffered writes Geo. Dorner, E>]., of 1915 Pulaski i I i Always Bought Chattanooga, Itteapbis, St. Coals: Kansas: eiry.
with disease of heart liver, lungs kidneys Street, Baltimore, Md., "I used your
etc., have found these diseases entirely Golden Medical Discovery accordingto !I Material Unequalled for the Price I Bears the Y/J AND ALL, POINTS EAST AND WEST.

cured, when Dr. Iu-rce's Golden directions. After using: four bottles I Signature of ,
:Medical: + Discovery has cured diseases of considered myself cured as I have not t CLEANING, DYEING AND REPAIRING I NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THlSt
the stomach and the other organs of digestion felt any s sunptoms since. Had tried al- 1 NEATLY DONE
and nutrition. most all remedies that I heard of that I i LOR.. R. FARES THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS
"I was afflicted with what the doctors were good for dyspepsia but without re-
called nervous indigestion. Took med lief. Finally I became discouraged and Spring Samples in Great Variety for AND THE: U. S. FAST MAILTo

icine from my family physician to no wrote to you for advice, with the above i Inspection I SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY the Baat and North.
result." -- I Buffalo, N. Y.-Tickets sale daily
avail. In looking over one of Doctor I : on
I'ierce'semo"anllum:: [ Books," writes TO DISCOURAGED PEOPLE. 1 BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEY I jat $37.15 round trip five days' transit
Mr. Thos. G. Lever of Lever, Richland IN TOWN limit in each direction final limit
The closing of :Mr.: Dorner'sletter !
paragraph .
Co., S. C., "I found my case described twenty days from date of sale. Tickets the West and
: l-'inally I became '
exactly. I wrote to you and made a discouraged i Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike may be routed through Philadelphia "
stateuient. and wrote to YOU for advice" would express I The line through "The Land of the Sky, Asheville, Hot
You sent request.
me a descriptive upon
list of questions, aIm hygienic rules. I the feeling of thousands who have I j NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section In the
to Dr. Pierce. Theha.e utterly I

carried these out as best I could, but failed to find help. They have been ; Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, tha Happiness depends very much on World. Through Sleeping Car from Jacksonville to
thought myself incurable as I suffered, so growing steadily worse. As a forlornhope 'I Cotton Buyer the condition of the liver and kidneys.The Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.
much with rain under my ribs and 1 an ills of life make but little impres-
they: have written to Dr. Pierce !
empty feeling my stomach. At night and have been cured. P. 0 BOX 134 sion on those whose digestion is good. Choice of Roasts to Pan-flmeriua &cpsitids, Buffalo, n. V.
would have cold or hot feet and hands I i You can regulate your liver and kidneys -
Persons suffering from chronic diseasesare I
alternately. I was getting very nervous invited to consult Dr. Pierce by let- I I! ------- I with HERBINE and enjoy health Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman DrawiD .room Sleeping Can,

and suffered<< a great deal mentally, thinking ter l-c't". All coirespondence strictly private i: LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. j and buoyancy of spirits. Price, 50 Through Coaches
that death would claim Always
soon me. i cents. Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore.
and confidential. Address 1
Dr. R.V.
exacted something to
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.VALUABLE : Runs Through CarsTo I
take place: was irritable and impatient, ; FOR SALE Through Trains via The Southern Railway are Operated in Connection
and greatly redurrd in flesh.:: I could BCT FREE. I Pensacola, Mobile and New Or I with the Plant System from ]acksonrille.A .
scarcely eit anything that would not Dr. Pierce's Common Sense :Medical: 1 i! leans. Vacant lot four blocks from public

produce a bad feeling in my stomach. Adviser is valuable: book. Vet this ;j To Birmingham, Nashville and St : square. Apply at this office. k for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.
After some hesitation, o\\in/ to my great work, containing J,uoS large pages i Louis. I
prejudices against patent medicines, I and over 700 illustrations, is sent freeon [ i i i To Louisville Cincinnati, Evansville, Hornborger the baker, gives you H. F. GARY Florida FiicBg Agenl.lOt Nest Bay IL, JACKSONVILLE FLA.

decided to try a few littles of I Doctor receipt of stamps to pay expenseof and to Chicago without change. good value for your money and delivers !S. H. HARDWICK. Gfn.r..l Pisi.Aft, W. *.T .YLOJ:. Ant.Geo Tut. Aft y
Pierce's Golden :Medical: Discovery and mailing only. Send 31 one-cent goods at your door.Foley's WASHINGTON, D. C. AXLAJJTA.QA. f
For rates, sleeping:; car reservations
'Pellets.1 After taking several bottles stamps: for the cloth-bound volume or
of each, found I was improving. I con only 21 stamps for the book in paper-]I I etc., call on or write Cure July I. 1901.ct .

tinued for six months or more, off and covers. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf j j B.H.HOPKINS.Florida i! Kidney
on. I have to be careful yet at times, of falo. X. Y. Passenger Agent, nukes kidneys *n<< bladder right



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began serving oys !by the I As an indication of the state of pF
Why not try the at.: _
t at the Galloway in Ocala the Star need but men-
0111111 b r' in Every' DaySubstantial Eggs at the Hole in the the oyster Experience I tion the fact that the wholesale department -

Penn Mutual figures and has the tables i of the H. B. Masters store

able. He has a first of others j disposed of over twenty cases of dry
Goods Cranberries at the public can get oys- goods to their country trade last Tues
of the day and until w ar.3OJfATS day. Their stock never was larger,

Wall. served in any better selected or prices more tempting
The sort of mat Guavas at Troxler's palate of man. i] I to the buyer. The salesman has

) _terials are here for crate. T. B. SNYDER only to display patterns and name.
'outdoor wear in the WINE SETS I prices and the goods move.
a The grand jury
tr ,
autumn Heavy this morning.A SOLE AGENT,
c Company has k:1Irr
for comfort some Mrs. L. T. Tompkins has advertisement ?
enough an -
( W\ few wine
t carnation plants water and sets. ?
Ocala Florida in this issue which
__\\, ':\ and for health, and the Greenhouse. be of
particular interest to the ladies. Mrs.;
V ':/ pretty enough to bet There were twenty-two Tompkins always displays the best of

l\e a pleasure to ladies the Montezuma Sunday. SUPPER I taste in selecting goods and unexcelledskill An Excellent Combination. '

who anxious Josephus Munden has in making them ready for the
__ S,,, are to I Department will ten Gents I
\: I- h have the newest with fever for the past Furnishings wearer. Be sure and give her a call. The pleasant method and beneficial ,
\ an oyster supper at effects of the well kno
.,.j, : I JJ J : and the best, and A beautiful line of (Tuesday) SYRUP) OF FIGS, manufactured In remedy bj the,
\ il.-! Mr. O. W.
at Mclver & Reagan
fancy lamps of the
': i--=-?:- 'J', who know what is Those who are for fT\er\ ) sAND manager CALIFORNIA. FIG SVBUP Co., illustrate
Spoke and Rim
# ":,: y Cemetery lots cleaned receive invitations Factory, left this afternoon the value of obtaining the liquid laxa- .
right. It's better to at moderate charges, by not soon to be for- i for Wacahoota hammock, near tive principles of plants known to be

buy among the first, and get the : house.J. firemen never i' Williston, where the company is putting medicinally laxative and presenting
choice. M. Neely, of up to the top Boys' in a seven mile tramway from the them in the form most refreshing: to the
station out into the hammock, where taste
and to the
acceptable It
the city yesterday and system.
< they have a fine body of hickory and is the one perfect strengthening Iaxa
RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGSIn I his wife. LAMPS elot9 Q white oak timber-in fact, they own live, cleansing the system effectually,
the line of I Hard water soap, i about all of the good timber in the dispelling colds, headaches and fevers

ribbons I I and I .:,. r cents., at the Antl. fancy lamps. They LwJaIs \ hammock.Mr. gently yet promptly and enaf'agofte !
store.J. Qap5.
? ';: -' cheap. The Ocala to overcome habitual: constipation
trimmings we / T. Mixson, of B. J. Potter, accompanied by his manently. Its perfect freedom from
have an endless ) ,:' i:,;:: town Saturday and wife and two charming daughters, every objectionable quality and substance ,

variety,and you /' '. t. ':,-" Weekly Star. TAKEN Miss Nellie and Miss Valeta, returned and its acting on the kidneys,

can have them .." 1 \Li For delicious canes I yesterday from their visit to New liver and bowels, without weakeD'nsr
'A- Special for York state and the Pan-American Ex or irritating them, make it the ideal
just as elegant ;: -"" call on Hornberger, the announces that she Agent laxative. .
fo 1, 1" of city market. in music the coming position. They had a delightful time
as want..M R J In the process of manufacturing figs
.n. you Y'f- ( Liddon has had greatly enjoyed their outing. Mr.

them. We have; : t.' -' style The plant Greenhouse stands; can also under one of the Ed V. Price & Go Potter left for his mine today. are taste used, but the as they medicinal are pleasant qualitiesof to the the

the grades that ." lawn fertilizers. who was a remedy are obtained from senna and
look weli and ( conservatories of Rev. R. H. Morris left today for other aromatic plants, by a method _
are not expensivethat "::- -:.J.. The Hole in the \ Miss Liddon has Cuthbert, Ga., where he goes to per- !cnovn to the GALiFORXiA Fio SYRUPCo.
very ) received another lot as a teach High Class form the marriage ceremony of Prof. only. In ordtr to get :beneficial
; ap- ? C. L. Anderson, of Barnesville, Ga., to affects and to avoid imitations, phase

pear better than the price indi sweet, red apples. open Monday, Sep- Tailoring.NEW Miss Mary Redding, of Cuthbert} after remember full name of the Company
cites H. M. Connell, a all grades of pupils which he goes to Macon to participate printed on the front of every package.
Ocala. but late of St. in the wedding of Col. J. E. Hall to
gone to Lacoochee. Fla. also be taken as pu- GLASSWAREA Miss Mary Kenney. Mr. Morris will CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO


t liniment on earth, sold big lot of new glassware, all kinds LOUISVILLE KY. NEW YORE 1f. T.
(, \ You save a great teed by Tydings & Co. week. and shapes, just opened at the Ocala Miss Byrd Wartmann of Citra pre- :?'s isle by all Druggists.-Price 5Cc.per bottla.

t. deal by having your C66 is now the popular home of pupil, if News Depot. sided at the organ at the services of
the Episcopal church Sunday. The
.t', undergarments from also chills. No TWO VETERANS
ver, cure,
singing was fine, joined in by Mrs. i
1' the ready-made stock the Anti-Monopoly PROMOTEDOur Simpson, Miss Georgia Smith, Miss
V rather than in making Otto Mente sold 700 CHEAP Lillie Frost and Mr. Jewett. "Uncle Abe" Carter of Fellowshipand

( them fish and oyster stand in young friend Ardis Waterman, "Uncle Bill' Mason of Belleview ...
\> P yourself. ket Saturday, with other by Spoke and Rim who has served the H B. Masters' department were in town today and met for the
,u But if you prefer to store so faithfuly and effec- first time in a number of years. Both
I/ I u > make them, you get I have fifteen Belgian I tively as cashier, has been promotedto ad g Crippled.! are in their seventysecond year hale
/ /: I VV. the choicest of stock are very fine that I I at $1 per two- salesman in the clothing depart- and hearty. The former is five
; cheap. F. W. Biggs, I per cord, delivered
months the older.INFORMAL.
s i. I L.Ft\\\ here liven ment Fred Gaskill, and we are Rheumatism at its worst is a sort of
strong W. M. Brooks, the satisfied will make a record for him- !
l.. : i imuslin as low as 6c. ter of Floral City was in Reagan Agent, self. Artis is a promising young living death. It chains a man to a chairor
; binds him to a bed, and metes out to OPENING
:... day to ticket his wife and Rim Factory.
and has host
Real linen of excel- man a of friends who him a daily martyrdom. At the best

lent quality from I IC. up--splendid City. OF DOLLS wish him well. rheumatism is a Wednesday, October 16
For sprains, swellings
stuff. painful malady, in- Owing to the fact that Mrs. Hick
there is nothing so good Leon Hanlon, the expert operator of terfering alike with
this week the lar- (fclfSJI has purchased Mr. Ferguson's interestin
lain's Pain Balm. Try it. the linotype in this office, had two toes pleasure and busi- ,
line of dolls the millinery business and moved
M. FISHEL. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.G. The stock will on his left foot painfully mashed and nays back to her old stand south of the An-
T. Maughs of colors and the bones crushed Saturday after- To cure rheuma
prices. ti-Monopoly Drugstore, she will not be
Sunday in the city with noon. He was standing by a table on e' tism it is necessary able to give her formal fall opening. -
attended the wedding of I which some one had left a 35 pound i to eliminate from
S. A. L. RY. TO BUFFALO but will have on exhibition
and Mr. Porter this iron dumb bell, when it rolled off and 149 4 the blood the acid
Tickets may be purchased daily via Insure life THE PUBLIC fell on his foot. poisons which are Next Wednesday, October 16
Seaboard: Air Line Ily. at $37.15 for your
the of dis-
young. We have policies #' cause As fine a display of headwear for ladies
the round trip limited twenty days I reluctantly left .
This is effectually
income and a guarantee F. J. Huber and wife have returned ease. as has ever been brought to*
from date of sale transit limit five to take advantage .
days, in each direction. 00 to back it. The were open to from Indiana, where they have been done by the Ocala.
Season tickets limited until October surance Co.. New York. my absence North for the past three months for the benefit use of Dr. PIerce'sGolden Mrs. Hick respectfully Invites the
Medical Discovery
21.1 $:;;:d 5. Mr. Geo. MacKay is of the large cities of Mr. Huber's health. Frank has It carries- people of Ocala and Marion county to
improved wonderfully, having gained call on the date named and inspectame.
-- --- --- ting the finishing strokes the Atlantic to
out of the blood the
nineteen pounds and looks as well as ; .
plant at I have particularly
phate Fla.'L
T08ACCOSprr and
corrupt poisonous -
he ever did in his life.
DONJT 1 and SMOKE county, for the Central and improve- accumulations
YourLifeawaylYou Co., and putting in a I trade. Being which breed and IT HAPPENED IN A DRUGSTORE

can toe cured of any form of tobacco using I Messrs. Ford & Hiller this wide range of C. V. McCoy, who conducted the feed disease. It increases -
easily, be made well, takin magnetic full of Bird section. I myself (with par- Ocala House barbershop years ago, the activityof "One day last winter a lady came

that"-w life makes andigor weak by men strong.HO-TO Many-BAD gain, ,I For tickets to all points say that I am pre- has rented the building opposite the the blood-making to my drug store and asked for a

ten pounds in ten days. Over 51311, 000 rates to summer resorts, old time patrons Plant System passenger depot, formerly glands and sends an brand of cough medicine that I did not
cured. All druggists. Cure guarantee Booklet Maughs, City Ticket in my line of hair used as a restaurant and will operate increased supply of
and advice FKtCK. Address ST1RI.INGlu..nun' have in stock Mr. C. R. Grandin
; than I ever did a barbershop and bath rooms. blood says ,
tern office in Ocala
CO., Chicago or New York. 421 pure
of my former through vein and the popular druggist of Ontario, N. Y.

who know me can County Judge Robert Bullock was artery to strengthenevery "She was disappointed and wanted to

strove to give the matrimonially rushed Saturday, being organ of the know what cough preparation I could
best service and to called on for four licenses: Samuel body.
.. recommend. I said to her that I could
business. And in Pully and Rebecca Michael; Dr. Otto "I had been troubled
Cost and Guarantees by its patron- Grothe and Miss Anna Sudendorf; with rheumatism for freely recommend Chamberlain's
ask the public to Wii. M. Porter and Miss Pearl G. twelve times years, so bad at Cough Remedy and that she could takea
I could not leave
its patronage with Mann, and Wm. V. Weathers and mv bed" writes Mr. bottle of the remedy and after givingit
the building diag- Miss Maudie Harrison. R. J. McKnight, of
. post office and just Cades Williamsburg Co., S. C. "I was badly a fair trial if she did not find it

System depot, The new cashier at H. B. Masters'is crippled.gave me up Tried to die.many None doctors of them and did two me of much them worth the money to bring back the .

the Railroad Res- C. P. Pillians, a young man of Elec- good. The pains in my back hips and legs bottle and I would refund the price

The following Table gives aComparison C. V. McCoy. tra, who salesman previous coming Dr. Thomason'sstore to Ocala (me.and at My times appetite iu my was head very), would bad. nearly Everybodywho kill paid. In the course of a day or two
was a
saw me said I must die. I took five bottlesof
at West Palm Beach. Mr. P. i ia is the Golden Medical Discovery' and four the lady came back in company witha
at the Hole in bright young man and will make vials of Pellets,' and today my health is good friend in need of a cough medicineand
first class money changer. after suffering twelve years with rheumatism. advised her to buy a bottle ofChamberlain's
Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are Cough Remedy. I consider -

lIch'erlacKay's Isaac Brereton, of Jacksonville land powerful aids to the cleansing of the that a very good recommendation

Of thePremiums window shades at commissioner for the Seaboard AirLine clogged medicine system. By all dealers in for the remedy." It is for sale. by

is in the city, stopping at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

r Lowell saw mill Ocala House. Jack McCully was in town this OFFICE FOR RENT
and Cas/i G
26t'11 f was in town Satur- morning, but was excused from jury Upstairs in bank building. Will be
duty, as he Is running the
now commissary -
vacant November 1st.
Large room,
( I department at the Don Hazel
barbed-wire cuts,
well lighted. Munroe and Chambliss,
In various
Companies on a lacerations and -- phosphate mine in the Early Bird sec-
Bankers, Ocala, Fla.
f. Ir': isi : .
of kind
any are
1 Tf.i I tion.S.
cured by apply- ":: ...-...vrlr t s.I", .I A. Ingalls, Crown Point, N. Y., SEED RYE!
Twenty-payment Life Polic SNOW LINIMENT. :t''. !;6A : rO. writes: "My wife suffered from kidney -
&t2pl, :J.1t.lIf.i;f.; .!' ;n.{\ : .i1 .. I. trouble for years. She was induced ,
Anti.\lonoPo-1 : to try Foley's Kidney Cure and i
B&&b&m Seed the John
Georgia grown Rye at
..: .. I in less than a week after she began
$ 1 cDoo: and wife went to'' ; .f ." McCarthy Store. wlt-d3t
.t/ : i-l / 1
--- -- -- for few { .. using it, she was greatly improved and
L.d-:. )! a days. ,i ." (o.. ?.i.{,";. .,JI -
.' ..., ,, .. .. t-.l' three bottles cured her." AntiMonopoly -
are looking for, the !,Jo.-.;. _.;t.-. .>.'.'. t.f BULBS! BULBS!
11 Drugstore.
have fifteen young I '; ;.1.. .- :s .. w --
At rate for age 35 showing TOTAL Dash strain. Write ff ( (-?',J; )-iI;/ ',"t."i':-'Cf.r S. M. Hannah returned yesterdayfrom Easter lillies, 20 cents each; narcissus -

English-Ameri- .. ,..\r' '.. 1' i.- ...- Jacksonville, where he has been 5 cents each; freesias, three for .
CASH GUARANTEED NET; COST and A\' "4-: .. ,-- a .- for few days business.A .
North Second street, ** ,,,, ,"''1 ..... _'S: a on 10 cents; hyacinths, 6 cents each.
: -f< (j :.; -- Report from Supt. J. C. GLUCK, Plant now. The Greenhouse.

NUAL COST has opened a stall EGGS FOR HATCHINGFrom Reform School, Pruntytown, W. Va.
October 18th, 1900: "After tryingall Fresh Cedar Key oysters received
The net cost is loss in from racking cough '! /America's Business Hen," the other advertised cough medicineswe every day by Otto Mente at stalls Nos.

Honey and Tar. I| Single Comb Brown Leghorn have decided to use Foley's Honey 5 and 7, city market.
and Tar exclusively in the West Vir-
!f My breeding stock are direct from
be relieved and a There are thousands of people suffering -
and healing of i I Ohio and Tennessee, are pure bred ginia Reform School. I find it the most" untold torture from piles, be-
The Mutual Life of New will be experienced. j and excellent layers. effective and absolutely harmless. cause of the popular impression that
Anti Monopoly Drugstore.
i!j Eggs shipped in patent carriers. they cannot be cured. TABLER'S
the dress maker. '! Good hatch guaranteed. Evans Haile and Robert E. Davis, of BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will

than; in I other. company in the is known as the !i $2 per setting of fifteen. Gainesville, are stopping at the Ocala cure them and the patient will remain
Reduction for
of the Ocala : quantities. cured. Price, 50 cents in bottles.
Association. j i Florida bred pedigreed Belgian The St. Denis will please you. Go Tubes, 75 cents. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore -
i J Hares for sale. I and try it. .
food carefully anti j! Write for prices.Ruth's .
try the Club House ; A. E. Handley of the Buttgenbachmines Mr: and Mrs. Prain went to Atlantaon
NAME OK COMPANY. Total Cash Net books on breeding and man at Holder, is in the city shaking the recent excursion and will remain -
Prem ium Value Cost aging the Belgian Hare; 10, 20, 25 hands with his friends. there.P '
who represents the j cents postpaid.R. .
Machinery Co.. of ,: O. Connor, Ocala, Fla. Everything is neat and clean, and P. P., Pleasant Purgative Pellets

THE MUTUAL LIFE . . .$737 40 $631 00 $10640 the Ocala House I I tables supplied with the best, at the contain no calomel. Nothing better.

Mutual Benefit . . . . 724:? 40 COO 00 124 40 miners. ;| The many friends of Mrs. William ''I Club House. Price. 15 cents. Tydings & Co.

Prudential . . . . . 739 00 CIO 00 129 00 to kill wee I 1 Hooker will regret to hear that she >son Herbert Crook was in the city over Mr. W. T. Henderson and family, of

United States . . . . CS1CO 539 00 142 CO life in corn or seed : the sick list. I Sunday with his family.If Lynne passed through town this

Home Life . . . . . OS1 CO 539 00 142 CO ; in any quantity, by i I We have tne trail infant when the ''I you intend to insure your life go morning from a visit to Mrs. Hudgens -
Penn Mutual . . . . 631 20 539 00 145 20 I. faint struggle for existence seemed almost to see M. Fishel, agent for the Mutual in the Fellowship neighborhood.

Northwestern . . . . 75t 00 C09 00 141 00 truck and phosphate ended, resuscitated and made Life Ins. Co. of New York, in Ocala.J. He dropped into the Star office to pay

Provident Savings . . .. . CS 91 539 00 149 91 in the building' strong by the use of WHITE'S CREAM J. Williams. Armour's efficient his financial respects to that pa )er.

Equitable Life . . . . 763; 80 C09 00 157 80 > from Plant City VER flFUGE. Price 25 cents. AntiMonopoly !j salesman spent Sunday in the city Have you looked over the recent arrivals

New York Life . . . . 7CG SO 609 00 157 SO in the city shaking : Drugstore. j ji with his family. of handsome furniture at Mc-
Germania . . . . . 700 00 540 00 ICO 00
Saturday. Mr. Baum of the crate siding and
i i \ Red bass, fresh and salt water trout Iver & MacKay's? They are con-
Massachusetts Mutual . . 732 40 565 00 167 40 '
veneer works at Crystal River, was in and received fresh daily. Otto stantly getting In something new and
Juhn Hancock . . . . 73. 40 564 78 167 62 town snapper
today. Mente, stalls 5 and 7, city market. pretty.
Manhattan . . . . . 737 40 566 00 171 40 I 'I Fishel and James R. Moor-
Future For 'sale.-Good piano body buggy, Rheumatism was so bad that Mayor
of i, nearly new. and set good single har- James Irvin, of Savannah, could hard head returned home Saturday from
ness for $40. Inquire at this office.j ly walk from pain 'n his shoulder and .. their visit to Atlanta, where they hal: .
CECIL WILLCOX, Gen. Agt., Jacksonville, INS CO. OF I a very pleasant time.-
j The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Is dis- joints of his legs. P. P. P. (PricklyAsh
YORK I| playing a lot of kindergarten drawing Poke Root and Potassium) was The handsomest line of baby carriages

Agt., Jacksonville !I slates with copies or designs to draw resorted to, and Irvin Is well and hap- and go-carts in the country at

M. FISHEL, Agpnt, Ocala, Agt., Ocala. I from. Only a limited supply. py. McIver & MacKay's. ..



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Marion County IN OCALA


Volume VII OCALA FLORIDA MONDAY OCTOBER 14 1901 Number 103 '

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CreamOF day was a lovely I one and many (Kindness of Postmaster Gioves : Among the Ocala cotton dealers,

people were out to preaching, but as Jacksonville, Oct. 14.-Tonight fair Saturday was the busiest day they had

the Baptist pulpit was vacant and Rev. with cooler in northern and central i, experienced in a long time. They
Howard Dutil, pastor of the Methodist 1 portions; Tuesday fair. Henry. I were on the jump from early morn to AT THE CITY MARKET

ChocolateAT church, had not sufficiently recoveredto
dewy eve relieving the farmers of the
fill his appointment the churchgoers DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUREDBy I

divided repairing to the Episco- local applications, as they cannot I fleecy staple as fast as their wagons Leading Wholesale & Retail ButcheisWESTERN
THE TEAPOT GROCERYNO pal and Presbyterian churches.Rev. could be driven up to the respective
C. M. Gray preached a fine reach the diseased portion of the ear. depots and have their loads weighed.

SUGAR NO CREAM discourse in the morning at the Epis- There is only one way to cure deaf George Giles & Co. received 275
copal church, going in the afternoonto ness, and that is by constitutional wagons loaded with cotton, whose MEATS, FISH AND CEDAR KEY OYSTERS RR

' JUST ADDA Orange Lake. weight ran from twenty-five pounds CEIVED EVERY DAY
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
LITTLE HOT WATER At the Christian church Evangelist I to a good big load, now and then.
Dougherty preached two good sermons inflamed condition of the mucous lin- Their receipts from wagons were over

to good sized audiences, whileat ing of the Eustachian Tube. When 15,000 pounds, while by rail their receipts CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
the Presbyterian church the new this tube is inflamed you have a rum- wer nearly 40,000 pounds.At .
SOME.IT pastor Reverend Morris, had unusu- bling sound or imperfect hearing, and Geo. K. Robinson's the rush was
ally large congregations at both ser when it is entirely closed, Deafness is I tremendous, and his active and efficient CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASONFREE
.. vices. In the morning he spoke eloquently the result, and unless the inflamma- clerk, Allan Wakely, was on the
IS DELICIOUS. on the Gospel of Wealth and tion can be taken out and this tube restored -I keen jump all day, and his wagon receipts DELIVERY
in the evening he took for his text the to its normal condition, hear- : footed up 17,000 pounds, to say TELEPHONE
first verses of the first chapter of nothing of rail arrivals.
EVERY ONE INVITED TO CALL ing will be destroyed forever; nine
Genesis, which speaks of God's crea- Mr. Fausett held his end and
up cap-
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, ..
AND GET A CUP FREE. tion of the earth. which is nothing but an inflamed condition tured all that came in from the west I ;r.. ., jit.t't.f ... .f:,.,.,......:-.N..._ ,..Y ..!"."r" .41'.' '.' ':t .'.'6' "..v;', ?J..'TI :< :'...
He -said, in substance, a minister of the mucous surfaces.We end on wagons, footing up 38,000 i 104I
should be familiar with the scriptures, pounds. I
FRESH ARRIVALS will give One Hundred Dollarsfor Commercial Bank ;
: his church doctrine and be well readon any case of Deafness (caused by The quality of the cotton, owing to I
all subjects bearing on scriptural improved weather conditions, was
RALSTON BREAKFAST FOOD, catarrh) that cannot be cured by Branch of :
matters, and their elucidation and in Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- much better than it had been, and In ?

WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR, terpretation. lars, free.F. consequence the price was firm at 4 COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE i
His sermon last! ; evening was to J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. 4 3-4 cents per pound. It will thus be [
GERMAN DILL PICKLES, show that science, so far as it had Sold by Druggists, 75c. seen that fully $5000 were paid out : CAPITAL, S5O.OOO.OO., i
been demonstrated, did not contradict Hall's Family Pills are the best. Saturday in Ocala for cotton, and the i
Shredded} Whole Wheat Biscuit. the inspired account Moses had writ- result was that trade was good with ?i: INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

ten thousands of years before they all our merchants. t : Does a General Banking Business. Deposits i
were content to give their attention HYMEN HAS BEEN BUSY

THE TEAPOT GROCERY i. to this great and important matter its Received. Loans made. Exchange iI :
and their interpretation of God's work. These couples joined in wedded bliss, c: .
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--- lie quoted La Place's nebulistic the- How happy they must be; i- I'" Bought and Sold. ,

ory eminent and scientists which was who confirmed followed by after the Six Six souls hearts with that but beat a triple as three thought! r&l .W ..: & ... t=t .411 i.J"t1f i _7"''i;' .4 .. i. ..., .!"i.._W; .;; .fJ'. .

and walked in his illustrious footsteps. *

How then could' Moses so accuratelytell PorterMannAt :
of God's plans in the creation of
worlds, and as is upheld and confirmed Grace church this morning at 10 S ti m rn rG"oods

i I by man's Investigation unless o'clock Mr. Will M. Porter and Miss .
I he was Inspired. This being demonstrated Pearl G. Mann were married by Rev. { FOR SALE AT

then this world was God's foot- Charles M. Gray. The bride was
I stool and the ground we stood on was
: L ground." given away by her uncle, G. T.
% "holy
+ ft The discourse was an admirable Maughs. Mr. Geo. C. Pasteur was NASH'S STORE E

1 I one and listened to with closest at- best man and Miss Cecile Mann maidof

fWEG. I tention. It fully demonstrated that honor. A delightful wedding break-
I the preacher was abreast of the times fast was given to the party by Miss
CIGAR5 i on questions pertaining to scientific Clara Reagan at her home immediately Everything New and Up to Date.THE .
"' research and knew how to impart his I after the beautiful ceremony. The
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Information to those who did not have bridal couple left at 11:15: on the S. A. OLD RELIABLE KEEPS UP WITH THE PROCESSION, IF NOT A
the did he did for their research and I 1. for Jacksonville their future home.
YOU CAN'T CHOOSEA acquisition. He so applied these scientific future is in store for them. PURE. BREDWhite
facts argumentatively that It Both parties are well known in
BETTER made his words "strong as holy writ"A Ocala. The groom for a number of Rocks
You Get Your Worthin
feature of the evening Always Money's
Cigar than our Childs if you pleasing years was a citizen Citra and for
search cigar stand in town. service was the singing of the "HolyCity" four or five years was in the employof EXCLUSIVELYEGGS
This every is a cigar we know all 'I j, by Miss Ida Graham in a manner H. B. Masters, whom he left six Good Solid Goods.COME .
j that charmed the large congrega- months ago to accept a position as
about; that's why we have always : PER SETTING OF FIFTEEN, .
felt confident in recommending it I tion. She sang it sweetly, beautifully traveling salesman with the wholesale AND SEE ME ;.
!: and impressively and has a voice rich grocery house of Bartleson Bros., TWO DOLLARS .
to men of good cigar taste-to
in its present volume, with great pos Jacksonville. Mr. Porter is a bright
you. sibilities for the future. Miss Grahamis young business man of high standingand :: G. A. NASH. :: .
from Warnell. but a former Baltimorean has a promising future. '

I and with her sister, Mrs. The fair bride is the daughter of Mr. AddressD.
OF P. MEETING TONIGHTThe Rice, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. and Mrs. L. W. Mann and was born .
Brown at the Montezuma Hotel. and reared in Ocala, where she has a
Ocala lodge Knights of Pythias I host of friends who admire her for her OCALA FLORIDA"For

will meet tonight at the lodge room. THAT JOYFUL FEELING bright, cultivated mind, sweet disposi- SALEAIRDRIED
A full attendance is urged. Take notice \ With the exhilarating sense of renewed tion and noble, womanly character. three days and nights I suffered LUMBER FOR
that the hour of meeting has lJeenchangl.d untold from an attack of
I agony
health and and inter
from 8 to 7:30: p. m. strength
cholera morbus brought on by eating
nal cleanliness, which follows the use Jacksonville, Fla., October 13, cucumbers," says M. E. Lowther, clerkof

OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP of Syrup of Figs, is unknown to the 1901, Mrs. Julia A. Wasson, of 436 the district court Centerville, Iowa."I FLOORING CEILING AND SIDING $11 PER
I few who have not progressed beyondthe Manhattan avenue, New York City, to thought I should surely die, and

The Ocala House Barber Shop lo- old-time medicines and the cheap Grant Cowan, of Ocala Fla. Mr. and tried a dozen different medicines, but THOUSAND F. 0. B. OCALA. ALL KINDS OF BILL
rated In the middle of the frcnt of the I Mrs. Cowan will reside here. : all to no purpose. I sent for a bottle
hotel, offers the best: service In It; substitutes sometimes offered but never Both bride and groom are well]] :of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and STUFF CUT TO ORDER
i.kfc of any tilt/ .e ia the city. <:om(- ( accepted by the well-informed. Buy known here, the former having resid- I Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved
tent and skilled workmen and courteous the genuine.{ Manufactured by the ed in Ocala, while the latter is one of : me entirely." This remedy f Is

treatment Gt>o. F. Williams, California Fig Syrup Co.Liqht Ocala's efficient stenographers. for sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Crate Material Cantaloupe
Proprietor. Grothe-Sudendorf I .

Mrs. Anna Duncan's School of Vocal
FOK EXCHANGEA iI i t I IN. If Dr. Otto Grothe and Miss Anna Su- and Instrumental Music commenceson and Cabbage Crates a Specialty.

dendorf were married Saturday after- or about October 15th. Terms:
well improved farm, three miles 15 Iht noon. Dr. Grothe, as is well known, Instrumental per month, two les- & Smith :
fioin town to exchange: for city prop-' is a most skillful chemist, one of the sons weekly; vocal (Concone's Meth- Seymour ,
eity. Apply) ) to A. R. Toph, Montezuma best in Florida. He has lived in Ocala od). $5 per month two lessons weekly.A .
Block. for many years and has many friends. limited number of children whose Ocala. F1or1.d.a.
The bride is from Chicago, and is a
-- parents cannot afford to pay for musical -
stranger here but we have no doubt
WILL 5E SOLD CHEAP instruction will be given lessons -----
that she, like all others who come to free at the school Mondays and Thurs-
Florida, will soon be in love with her
An Enterprise Coffee Mill, platform, days, with privilege of practice. Mrs. Law Department of
counter and meal scales, show cases, new home. Anna Duncan, 67 North Pond street,
oil tanks and many other articles used Ocala, Fla. d 2m
in a grocery store. 1 OYSTERS AT DAME'SC. John B. Stetson University
For further information address E. HERMITAGE DAIRY ,
L. flicker South Lake Weir Fla. H. Dame, seeing the ice cream
I Sweet Cream kept on Ice
_. season on the wane, and noting that DeLand, l la.
-- ------ Milk aerated
the round.
i the weather spoke eloquently of oysters year
FOR SALE OR RENT the animal heat,
serving, proceeded the delicious Saturday bivalves to in'all begin and improving cooled its to take flavor out and keeping qual John F. Forbes, Ph. D., Albert J. Farrah, L. L. B.,

My residence, with all modern im- styles in his handsomely arranged ities. Geo. B. Tyler. President. Dean.
provements., Also two cottages in Ocala. Fla.
Box 821.
Hearted oyster saloon. He has a good cook
Oc-ala. Apply 1'JH 1 South Third street
and will enjoy a nice patronage.
or P. O. Box 073. Ocala, Fla. NEW ROUTE Fall Term Commemces

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WILL BUY COTTONI As the boy starts to school, the BEAUTIFUL CHINA Seaboard Air Line to Brunswick, Ga.

parent, as well as the boy, has Leave Ocala 11:52 a. m., 1:55 a. m.; Wednesday October 2nd.
The Ocala News Company now
desire to say to my friends throughout arrive Brunswick 10:45 m., 1:40p.
be if he p.
light-hearted and
:Marion county and the borders of may on display the finest most .
counties that I will the of beautiful line of china in the city. m.
adjacent pay wears a pair Law
Years' CC\urse.--The Departmentof
The designs and decorations are exquisite -
highest cash! )price for cotton at my Superintendent Holloway, of Arach-
store on the public square.M. and well worth one's time to I ua. has gotten out in good pamphletform John B. Stetson University gives a two years
look over them. We will have still I
Fi-ht>Merchant. and ShoesThey
Rough the rules and regulations
S 30 tf Ocala Fla. more in a few days. ing the graded schools of his govern-county. course, leading to the degree of L. L. D.

Terrible hlood poison body covered look well, are made of YOUNG MARE FOR SALE The talented work and is gifted highly educator.creditable to the Degree Admits to the Bar.-The Diplomat

with sores and two bottles of P. P. P.
(Prickly Ash! Poke Root and Potassium best leather, seams well strength Bay mare, four years old; perfectly A POOR MILLIONAIRE t of the Law Department of John B. Stetson University '
) cured the disease, making the ened, soles that will stand the hard sound and gentle; good saddler and *
driver; will work anywhere. For sale Lately starved in London because he admits to the Bar.
lively as a
) -- --- --- usage of severe exercise. Yourboy's cheap for cash. Apply at this office. could not digest his food. Early use
c A.s> T o :n r.A.. size for 99 O-tS. to Sixty-five dollars gets the mare. of Dr. King's New Life Pills would} Further Information.-For further particulars "

the Kind Yon Ilo;' AUa: 's Cflllgil::\ have saved him. They strengthen the "
Bears tho! t $ 1.5O. FOR SALE CHEAPAt stomach, aid digestion, promote assim- see the "Law Announcement for 1901-1902, copiesof
Stature i d ilation, improve appetite. Price 25c.
/-. .' .( Our Shoe Sale is which and all other desired information regardingthe
t' -"' I Price-slashing Frost's Store. Ocala, Fla.:, the Money back if not satisfied. Sold by

.---. --- -.- ---- still going on. following articles: Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Law Department may be obtained by addressing ..
One large ice -ox
OCA I.A I HICYCLE One Fairest. Wheel. OUR SPECIALTYWe Law Department of John B. SiBisnn University .
The Boston Store One 52. allon oil tank. ,

COMPANYMontezuma One graphophone. repair locks and guns. We also DELAXU FLORIDA.
mend umbrellas.
Block, Ocala, Fla. -
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AGENTS FOR ALL HIGH CLASS We'll Turn Over HEW Leaf street, nearly opposite the City Mar
a ket. Hunter, the Gunsmith.
WHEELS Ocala, Fla.

We Sell Bicycles.We Whenever you are inclined to open an account When you cannot sleep for coughing, OCAlA LUMBER CO

Rent Bicycles. here.Vc want business of the right sort. 'it is hardly necessary that any one

\Ve Repair Bicycles. Our facilities keep pace with demands. We doses should of tell Chamberlain's you that you Cough need Remedyto a few IS AT ALL TIMES PREPARED TO FURNISH ROUGH OR

We Give Bicycles Away. want to make "all roads down hill" to this allay the irritation of the throat, PLANED LUMBER IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED

bank.MUNROE. and make sleep possible. It Is good.
REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED Try it. For sale by Anti-Monopoly
Anything in Bicycle ;

Sundries can be had OA sTORIA.. in need of anything in our line, write to or call on us. Factory opposite
BankersFLORIDA Beard the the Kind You Hats Always Bout Plant System depot. Mill near Montague.
at our place. -
0C1\L1s: liignatare OCALA LUMBER COMPANY
Bicycles sold on easy terms. j

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Poison OOH ; Vance Weathers to Miss Maudie MILLINERY ala FurnitllIB Co.A O.

Only Daily Paper in Ocala

Poison ivy $ Yesterday morning at St. Johns

church, Cotton Plant Mr. Vance Wea- FEW BARGAINS
f thers and Miss Maudie Harrison were
i the best known
are among WHILE
Proprietors and PublishersC. | of the many d.mjerous united in marriage by Rev. Thomas Fall and Winter Styles THEY.LAST .
1 wld plains and shrubs. Armistead. The young couple will reside -

L. BITTINGER, To touch or handle them with the groom's father, J. S. One piano, good conditton,,. .$100 00

;: quickly produces: swelling II Weathers, till their residence is com Open TUESDAY AFTERNOON from 2 p. m., 'at One good cottage organ . 30 00
Editor and Business Manager.R. i, and inflammation with inV pleted. The young couple are well One $11 Blue Flame oil stove,

tense itching and burning j known and greatly liked in the Cotton with oven . . :. 5 00
R. CARROLL, City Editor. of the skin. The eruption J Ji Plant section. They are of the best MRS. L T. TOMPKIN'8.The One $25 walnut wardrobe, only 10 00
families of that section and
soon disappears, the suf- __ deservedly One $40 upholstered 7-piece

ferer hopes forever ; but =--- popular. May they live long and I parlor suit . . . 1800
Editor Apple-yard of the Lake i almost as soon as the little blisters and prosper. latest Paris styles and exquisite designs in One large refrigerator with ice

the> pustules appeared the poison had reached water faucet . . . 5 50
City Index is full of hope for 1 the blood, and will break out at-regular TOILET SETS: Lot new ice chests, while they

future of the State Agricultural i j I intervals and each time in a more aggra- Jte*. MILLINERY ART. last . . .$3.75 and 550
I\ vated form. This poison will loiter in thei We are overstocked on handsome One double lawn swing, new. 6 50
College at that place. Its opening -i system for years, and every atom of it toilet sets and will make a speciallylow Lot $3 woven wire cots, while

was most auspicious: and its 1 must be forced out of the blood before you price on them during the next fewdays. The ladies are requested take note of date, and those desiring they last .\ . . .. 200

outlook for enlarged usefulness t I can expect a perfect, permanent cure.SSSN I something exquisitely grand and novel will find the idea in Paris Lot 75c. Linoleum oil cloth, at. 55

Patterns at One $18 Turkish couch, little

was never more promising. Antidote A CORRECTION I used . . . . .. 11 00

FOR President Ford of the Ocala board j
Mrs. L. T. Tompkms'Fashionable ALL GUARANTEED IN GOOD
Editor 1) E. Godwin of the ture's Poisons, of trade has substituted Geo. K. Robinson WORKING
for J. M. Barco on securing the ORDERWe
Gainesville Twice-a-\Vck News is the only cure for Poison Oak, Poison Marion exhibit at the state fair for a Milli!
Ivy, and all noxious plants. It is corn- nery.

says he will start a daily paper in i posed exclusively of roots and herbs. Now county display. -------- ------ -- -- have always on handBARGAINS
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I that place November 4. Editor is the time to get the poison out of your STEPPED INTO LIVE COALS
j system, as delay makes your condition
Godwin is an out and out law and i worse. Don't experiment longer with In
"When a child I burned my foot SOUTHLAND RABBITRIES new and second hand Furniture of
order and I salveswashes and soaps-they never cure. I, all kinds. You will do well
man a rampant prohibi- frightfully, writes W. H. Eads, of to call on
Mr.S.M. Marshall,bookkeeper of the Atlanta
Jonesville Va. "which .
caused horrible I
( fist, which course has made I (Ca.) Gas Light Co., was poisoned with Poison
Oak. He took Sulphur, Arsenic and various leg sores for 30 years, but Buck- OCALA FURNITURE CO.
him many enemies and created other drugs, and e;>plied externally numerous len's Arnica Salve wholly cured me OCALA, FLA.
lotions salves with no benefit. At times the "
after everything else failed. Infalli-
much opposition to his journalistic swelling and inflammation was so severe he was
almost blind, F>r eight years the poison would I be for Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Sores, i -_
work. But this is a free country, break out every sea!it)11. His condition was much Bruises and Piles. Sold by AntiMonopoly : Dealers in Imported and Fancy Breed T -v >vr r r f
improve 1 after taking one bottle ff S. S. S ,anll
and Editor Godwin has as much a few bottles cleared his blood of the poison,and Drugstore. 25c.STOCKING i ABBOTT'SEAST
all evidences of the disease disappeared. BELGIAN HARES
right to stand up against violatorsof People are often poisoned without. UP .d '\

the law and take a stand on a knowing when or how. Explain your case I SOME RECENT IMPORTATIONS: Queen Lipton, Yorkshire Lass Dash INDIAN
At sheriff's sale in Tavares, on Mon.
fully to our physicians, and they will
great moral question as others cheerfully give such information and advice i day last Sheriff Northrup sold to Mr. Wonder, King Wantage. Duke William. Write us for Information.

have to oppose his views. as you require, without charge, and i Wm. Hocker, of Ocala, 720 shares ',f : Corn Paint
we will send at the same time an fnterest- b.amond Phosphate stock for $800,
ing book on Blood and Skin Diseases. and 40 shares of Salter Phosphate W. D. MORTON.Manager 1 ,

RHEUMATISM CATARRH, ARE I THE SWIFT SPECIFIC I CO., ATLANTA GA. stock for $200.-Leesburg Commercial. Cum Corns, Bunions and Warts
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BLOOD DISEASES-CURE Spdedlly and Without Pall
Attorney Will Hocker and Promoter -

FREEIt J. I). Robertson, progressive ,citizens FOR RENT Hot ? FOB SALE BULL DRUG ISTS,'
is the deep-seated obstinate cases ,of the town of Ocala, were shaking ? { Sppings
Seven house with bath kitchen
room -
of Catarrh or Rheumatism that B. B. [hands with their Leesburg friends the I UPPMANltROTHERS
stable and servants'
B. (Botanic Blood Balm) cures. If first of the week. Mr. Hock male rooms. Large, ,

doctors sprays, liniments, medicatedair j! us an agreeable call.-Leesburg Coiai well shaded yard. On Buckalew Wholesale/ Druggists,
csY NO Uppmaa'i Block
Heights. ; Savannah Oa.
blood purifiers have failed, B. B. j i mercial.
Apply to Mrs. M. E. :McConnell, at
B. drains out the specific poison in the
blood that causes Rheumatism or Ca- i A RAGING, ROARING FLOOD Montezuma Hotel. A If you want to get rid of money

tan h, making a perfect cure. If you Washed down a telegraph line which A new remedy for biliousness is now / go to some springs.If "The most important use of the Iodides
have pains or aches in bones, joints or
Chas C. Ellis, of Lisbon, la., had to on sale at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- is in the treatment of constitutional [ -
back, swollen glands, tainted breath, you want to get rid of disease, Syphilis.
store. It is called Chamberlain'sStomach
noises!? in the head, discharges of mucous I repair. "Standing waist deep in icy '
"In the
and Liver Tablets. It gives 3 stay at home and take P. P. P., tertiary stages of this dis-
ulceration of the membranes, water, he writes "gave me a terrible
.- .. : ease no remedy at all approaches the
quick relief and will prevent the attackif
blood thin, get easily tired, a treatment ; Lippman's Great Remedy for
1 Iodide
cold and cough. It grew worse daily. given as soon" as the first indicationof of Potassium. No fact is more
) with B. B. B. will stop every Finally the best doctors in Oakland, the disease appears: Price 25 Rheumatism and all forms of Blood Poisoning conspicuous than me cure of Syphiloma ( -
symptom by making the blood pure .tL kf of the nervous system by Iodides.
and rich. Druggists.: $1. Trial treatment Neb, Sioux City and Omaha said I had cents per Samples free. AntiMonopoly :, Dyspepsia, Catarrh and Malaria. present thickening of the fibrous tissues -

free by addressing BLOOD> and could live.
not ThenI
Consumption and
i inflammatory
James Newton, Aberdeen, Ohio, says P. P. P.
BALM CO.. Atlanta Ga. Describe I began using Dr. King's New Discovery County Superintendent Holloway of did bins more good than three months treatmentat about the joints, tendons, periosteum
trouble, and free medical advice given. and wholly cured by six hot
was and
Alachua county, is making an effortto Mot Springs, Aik. nerve trunks, is often very much
te.! ;;." Positively guaranteed for t: t; t A+ benefited by the Iodides
put up a first class exhibit of school ,, W. T. Timrncns, Waxahatchle, Tex., says
Coughs, Colds and all Throat and "In certain skin diseases the Iodideof
work at the State Fair.GAITER. his rheumatism so bad that he was confined
Lung troubles by Anti-Monopoly Drug Potassium
offers the best chancesof
his bed for
to months. advised Hot
Fresh Georgia country butter always store. Price !50c. and $1. Trial bot- ; Physicians a cure. The dose of this very Im-
iclogsArlanrillineralVellsTexas. ,at which
on band. The Carmichael Son I ties free.
portant remedy should be measured
he weeks in vain with knees
places spent seven sorub'
Co. Telephone 27.HENRY I The rains have ceased and the weather : 1- badly swollen that his tortures were beyond en its effects, and should be pushed to

School tablets-"Our Surprise" has is fair, with a cool and pleasant LItd x durance. P. P. P. made the cure, and proved itself Iodism, unless the disease for whichit
REYNOLDS no equal, 200 leaves, good quality breeze from the northeast and everybody as in thousands other cases, ihe best blood is given shows signs of Improve.
Pays the highest cash market pric! smooth paper, 5 cents, at the AntiMonopoly is glad to see the sunshine. purifier in thi world, and superior to all Sarsa- ment, as this is the only test of the

for any and all kinds of country pro Drugstore. Rev. Thomas Armistead filled his MI p&riilasand the so-called Rheumatic Springs. curative powers of the Iodide of Po-
duce. A well selected) stock of fresh tassium.
regular appointment at Cedar Grove
1, ft. F. Ea'.Iantyne.: of Ballantyne &flcDonough'sIron
groceries cheap for cash. THE COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENTof As a remedy in Rheumatism, Scrpf-
Sunday.Mr. 3 Foundry, Savannah, Ga., says that he has
Henry Reynolds, Ocala, Fla. the- Will Jordan is improving slow- suffered for from Rheumatism, and could ula, Syphilis, Skin Diseases, Malarial
One door north of City Market. EAST FLORIDA SEMINARY. ly. relief years Troubles and in conditions requiring a
get no from any source but P. P. P., whichcured
Offers all the advantages of a first Mr. Frank Ross, the young tele- him entirely. He extols the properties of tonic, we are willing to put P. P. P.

NEW SEEDS class business college at the least ex- graph operator of Hernando, Citrus P. P. P. on every occasion.P. .against any remedy in the world.

pense of time and money consistentwith county, spent Sunday with the old P. P. is sold by all druggists. $1. For sale by all druggists.

Tydings: & Co. have a full stock of f thorough and practical training folks at home. LIPPMAN BROTHERS, Proprietors,

small seeds<
seeds embrace cabbage, onions, lettuce correspondence with persons in- his charming sister, Miss Ruthie at-

turnips tomatoes, beets., etc., terested in any line of commercial education tended divine services at Cedar Grove LJPPMAN BROTHERS, Proprietors. An endless variety of handsome

and are from the most; reliable seeds. I or in securing the services of Sunday. goods for the summer housekeeper.
men of the United States. In a fen | a book-keeper, stenographer, or any Miss Lorena Allen, the ex-school I Lippman Clock, SAVANNAH, GA. Everything beauti.u. in up-to-date fur

days the firm will have a supply of onion ikind! of office help. For full particu- teacher of Bronson, has been spending niture and house furnishings. Me-
sets. i lars address at Gainesville, Florida., several days with her sister, Mrs. H. For sale by AntiMonopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores. Iver & "icKay.

I J. H. Brinson, A. Ross.

When suffering from racking cough, ; d&wlw Principal Commercial Dept. Miss Cora Ross spent Saturday and I -
of I, Sunday in our midst and returned to
take'a dose Foley's Honey and Tar. I
The forencss will be relieved and a i When you have no appetite, do not Blue Springs Sunday eve, to take

warm, grateful feeling and healing of j relish your food and feel dull after eat- charge of her school.Mr. .
the parts affected will be experienced. I ing you may know that you need a Barnes, of Lecanto, one of our Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company

Anti-Monopoly: I>ru "Store. dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and principal beef buyers, spent two daysin
j Liver Tablets.] Price, 25 cents. Sam- our neighborhood last week looking
after beef cattle. He was the guestof
pies free at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
J. H. Brass and family.J. .

Our Queen Anne Hair Tonic has H. Brass went to Crystal River
One nine room house.: OF PHILADELPHIA .PA.
been greatly improved and the phe- Monday on a fishing expedition and
Apply to omen, at Star Office, after ,
nomeual sale continues. Tydings & returned home Wednesday with a nice
C p. m. Co. supply of fish.

Acosta & Bahl State Fla.WHY
Agents Jacksonville
HOUSE FOR SALE Mrs. T. Briddleman, of Parshall- .

LAP COVERSWe ville. Mich., was troubled with salt
Block C. new survey north, for sale. rheum for thirteen years and had trieda j

Located in fourth ward. House has all are selling Summer Lap Covers number of doctors without relief.

modern improvements pipes remarkably low now. It's a good After two applications of Banner PAY MORE FOR LIFE INSURANCE ELSEWHERE? YOU CAN GET BETTER POLICIES IN THE
electricity bath and W. C. range with time for you to buy. S. A. Standley.J. Salve, her hands became better and in
hot water boiler. Five rooms on first a short time she was entirely cured.

floor, bath room and closets, and four Odgers of Frostburg Md., writes: Beware of substitutes. AntiMonopoly PENN MUTUAL 10 TO 20 PER CENT. CHEAPER. .
bed rooms on second floor. Large veranda -
bad attack of
'I had a'ery kidney Drugstore.
in front half round the .
way complaint anti tried Foley's Kidney
house. Cistern, well and water
Cure, which gave me immediate relief, PROPERTY FOR SALE
For further information apply to Ed
ft>Ioeest, Ocala.A and I was perfectly" cured after takingtwo A Comparison With the New Premium Rates of the Leading Life Insurance Companies of the World.
bottles. Be sure you take Fo" For the next thirty days I will offer
ley's. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. special bargains and most liberal Penn Sew York Equitable" Nor'westMutual: Prudential Aetna Mutual
"stitch in time saves nine." and ado AGE Mutual Life Life ern Mutual Life.Nife Life Benefit
city improved residence
terms on
SVHtTP at the beginning of a cold will SLEEPING CAK RESERVATIONS property. Must dispose of it, so take 25 $27 30 $31 83 $31 34 $31 33 $30 25 $30 66 $30 48 $30 12 tj' 0
advantage of the opportunity. Come 30 30 41 34 76 34 33 34 24 33 20 33 50 33 40 32 81 0

days save you of many dibtjessing\ weary hours and harassing and even; I To all points East including Washington and see me. S. D. Moody. 20-PAYMENT LI FE. 35 34 21 38 34 :8 06 37 80 36 81 3615! 36 96 36 22 riI1"' tC
38 97 42 79 42 91 42 24 41 46 41 25 H 34 40 28 O'
cough. Price 1:3 and ;50 cents. AntiMonopoly I Baltimore and telYork, applyat 40 0 n
)Drugstore.; city ticket: office Seaboard Air Line SLEEPING CAR TO NEW YORK 45 45 21 48 52 49 49 47 95 47 42 46 78 46 82 45 73 p,. ::j.C!, 0)
next door to post office, or Q
25 32 47 38 35 38 37 37 61 35 99 36 92 36 21 36 40 :So p 6 tx1
the Largest, Strongest and nestComl1an t: write A. O. MacDonell, Assistant Gen Via S. A. L. Ry. f' "'d
30 36 18 41 78 41 88 41 01 39 44 40 23 39 61 39 64 Z
> ) in \\'orltl-the Mutual oral Passenger Agent. Jacksonville. The Seaboard Air Line now operatesa 44 21 43 83 43 51 g '
PAYMENT LIFE. 35 40 66 45 91 46 14 45 10 43 65 = rP
Life Ins. Co. of New York. Cecil: j All the new fads for hair ornaments sleeping car Tampa to Jersey City C
I 40 46 18 50 92 51 46 50 07 48 83 49 05 48 84 48 22 sz. ,, t<
Willrox Gen. A;t., Jacksonville, Fla. at the Bazaar leaving Ocala at 2:35 a. m. en e
'j 45 53 21 57 16 58 34 56 28 55 33 55 07 54 93 54 06 .y
M. Fishel. Agent, Ocala. I .... .... .....
---- --- i! STOVE WOOD In anaemia and most women's ail 25 42 43 51 67 51,67 50 45 47 71 49 71 48 00 49 24 :: :i d

We are now ready for all schoolbook 1: ments the digestion is weak, the mak 30 47 07 51i 18 5518 54 89 52 28 54 05 52 62 53 52 g-: f.j10PAYMENT

orders. Will send price lists on !I Stove wood, sawed any length all ing of color, flesh and strength out of LIFE. 35 52 58 61 53 C1 53 CO 16 57 72 59 21 58 11 58 58 t: tr

application.Ve are the authorized i I pine, all oak, or mixed, as desired, a food is imperfect so that the patientis 40 t9 17 67 90 C1 90 66 45 64 30 65 35 64 61 64 59 P, ] aq .

County agents. Anti-Monopoly Drug' big one hon kad, delivered to any weak, wan, nervous and dyspeptic.This 45 61 32 75 57 75 57 74 04 72 32 72 75" 72 29 71 81 '< F1
store. part of the city, for 75 cents. Robert condition can be corrected by r
Graham, at tiles Cotton Gin. taking a course of HERBINE. Price, 25 47 07 50 53 50 03 49 36 50 18 49 15 48 39 48 15 .
Now i is the time to !buy the best Bel-}.1 I 50 cents. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.THE 30 48 09 51 31 50 92 50 20 50 96 49 99 48 91 48 83 P2Q.YR. ;. "to
?!3ng I have fifteen young does of: ENDOWMENT. 35 49 54 52 47 52 33 51 43 52 13 51 22 49 89 49 85 n ;
popular: strains. "Lord Britain" I. PROFESSIONAL CARDS SEABOARD'S LIMITEDThe 40 51 81 54 31 5t 66 53 34 53 98 53 13 51 31 51 48 n ;

Champion Dash" Red Rover." En "Florida and Metropolitan Lim 45 55 54 57 32 58 64 56 44 51 03 56 22 ri3 71 54 22 c: n

pIteh-Ainerican Rabbitry.! ill North I I ited" will continue to leave Jackson .
Second street East, Ocala Fla. R. D. FULLER
ville daily including Sundays, at 10:10a
the Seaboard Air Line Railway 2:
m. (
The choicest table board in the cltj for New York, reaching Richmond I\"e--rear Concert- .

at thc Club House, J. H. Vereen, pro Office Over Munroe & Chambliss Bank Washington, Baltimore and able Term Annual J"\ .') It 15 COMPANY DOING BUSINESS IN .
]prietor. North of square. Philadelphia.This Dividend Policy. 40 1615 '

OCALA.: FLA. train also carries through l l' 4:; 19 90 FLORIDA.All .

Backache should never be neglectedIt 1 _______ .:-_-= -_ uI sleeper Tampa to Jersey City.
means kidney disorder which, if allowed 1 \'
Write A. O. MacDonell A. G. P. A.,
to run too long, may result i iBright's njJ.I E. CHACE I Jacksonville Fla., for information regarding policies Issued by the PEXN MUTUAL are from date of issue, wit hout restriction as to Residence.

disease: diabetes: or other serious schedules and sleeping car Travel Occupation, Cause or Manner of Death.
and often fatal complaints. Fo.ley's ..1 DENTAL SURGEONS reservations. All contain tabulated Cash Surrender Loan (5 per cent.), Paid-up and Automatic Extension Values.All .
Kidney Cure makes the kidneywe11. i I 4 cent. Bonds and Installment Insurance issued.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.For Office Upstairs Commercial Bank Bldgn forms of Investment Policies, 5 per cent. and per
CA9TO tTA. For further information address, stating your age, F
Ocala Fla. Bears the / lhd Kind You Halo Atais! / BflUgMSignature Send for "How and Why." 'Mr > -wr:.;;;,=si
rent-A 4 to C room cottage i t

second ward. Address "Cottage," P G. S. SCOTT Resident Agent Ocala Fla.THE ,
O. Box 201. TERMS CASH of ,


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