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 ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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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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OCALA OCCURRENCES 1i'1 I WEATHER FORECAST beautiful STATIONERYA line of stationery Novelties in White and Colored Dess Goods.f.1 1H

i Washington, Xov. 16.-Showers to- fine as inn bs found in town-at Ty

Meet me at Taylor's for oysters. I night and Tuesday; cooler in northern dings & Co. ...n...rl".t.< '\oj tII.JoJ"-'i"" : ";-"I'-"" ......'... .if. ;'.,.:-, ...,.".. ..'_- ---." -;.-.--,-. ...,1.. .._.._.,.a-'.....-.lIi-.A"O..... : .-,.,._-, ''''__ .' ''-.0.,.'.. ."i__.... *...--"" ."_-.-.4.. _-._ ._ I

Taylor serves those peace makers. portion Tuesday. I tI) ... ..

C. H. Dame serves oysters in all WILEY'S CANDY" da MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S W _J J"t

styles. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas Fresh stock of Wiley's fine package 8VI

I guess yes! Meet me at Taylor's for CountyS.S.Frank candy just received at W. Martin's.. Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, Etc. .a :;J
oysters. J. Cheney makes oath that he "jo,

Onion sets for fall planting at Ty- is the senior partner of the firm of F.I :\Ie&srs. G. W. Taylor and W. T. Wil- .

dings & Co.Fleschmann. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the liford, two prominent business men of C2CO We carry a full and complete line of Men's and Children's Fine 5M;?

Yeast at Taylor's, fresh city of Toledo, county and state afore Rock Springs, spent Sunday at the and Medium Priced 4
said, and that said firm will pay the Montezuma. Ready-to-Wear Clothing. .
all the time.Taylor.made.
;um; of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor Foley's Honey and Tar always stops ;
ice cream will give you c, a'
each and of Catarrh
case I .
every u 0
satisfaction.The the cough and heals the lungs. Refuse

Ask yesterday.Ocala for Dacosta House' cigar had, twenty at Taylor's.arrivals Hall's that Sworn cannot Catarrh to before be FRANK Cure.cured me and CHENEY.the subscribedIn use of substitutes.Drugstore.J.. F Norman. Sold of Okahumpkee by the Postoffice, who :s Largest Eri Goods house B in thB e City 1 41

has charge of the kaolin mines com- ..
Da-cost-her 5c.Oysteretts my presence, this 6th day of December ,
missary at that place, was at the Montezuma Q .
Q;) o --if
\ the best In Ocala, at B. A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON, .::
Sunday. ==-
\ Whetstone Co. (Seal.) Notary Public. .! I
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- The largest line of linen tablets ever 'f

. It Nervola, the. new drink, at Taylor's. nally, and acts directly! upon the blood displayed in Ocala at the Postoffice : Rheinauer & Co.I
'f invigorates.Mrs. *
and mucous surfaces of the system. Drugstore, with envelopes to match.
N. K. Brown of Eastlake
was Send for testimonials, free. I Mrs. Geo. F. Dittmer and children of a j
In the '
city today. :1
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Holder spent Sunday at the Ocala

Keep an eye on Taylor's Christmas Sold by all druggists, "i>c. House. Mrs. D. is the wife of the gen- _. i: .ft1 tS N at "" '., !

stock of candies. Hall's Family Pills are the best. eral manager of the Buttgenback phosphate -

J. M. Hewell of Leesburg was at the mines. I -.i
spag: UI'3N iJoJ spVaads paa:
Montezuma Sunday. Ir. and Mrs. Vernon Clyatt and baby For sick headache try Chamber .
O. S. Anderson, formerly of Holder, returned yesterday from a five lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets; '.;

is at the Ocala House. weeks' visit to :Mrs. ClyatVs parentsnear they will ward off the attack if taken 4-..

time of Arcadia.A i ii ,.time. For sale. alLdruggists.Mr.J. -
Oysters, any style, any day .. .. 'If.3i
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nice line of ink tablets scratc . .
or evening at Dame's. Mr.--J.MTBarco, manager T the. r- H' : : : : : .i
tablets, pencils, envelopes, etc., atM
Commercial Bark, teft this afternoonto
Sheriff from his Arcadia
Nugent came up ,
orange grove today. : Martin's. spend a week 9 wtfii JT his sonS wtoau. _\-

Cabbage and lettuce grown to orderat : If you want anything: special Un on the Barc jtifentation at Cotton -- -_ I '':::1-
i Christmas candies give your order\to Plant, grinding tine and drinking the, -
the Ocala Greenhouse. J !
I Taylor. He will have it ordered juice. -

Captain Fosnot of the Lake Weir made for you. "rhe-chea.pcsUln&- m broiderrtn "
navy was in the city today. ,\
Judge Bullock vont to Brooksville town can be found at the New Idea, all n Haaare1oig I I
Taylor has those Georgia kisses. :
Try them; 35c. per pound. this afternoon to hold court. next to Mclver &. MacKay.

Attorney N. M. Allreu went down yes- Hon. C. M. Brown is in Tampa today
B. J. Benson of at
Xewberry was terday. He will meet his friends at St. Peters !

the Montezuma yesterday.Our Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs burg tomorrow, at Plant City Wednesday t.];

5 cent ink tablet speaks for Itself and colds; reliable, tried and tested, and return to Ocala Wednesday 'f

The Postofflce Drugstore.Just safe and sure. Sold by the Postoffice night.C. ..

arrived, cakes, cracknells and Drugstore. I. Grace will put mat once a new tJ

crackers at B. Whetstone Co. I S. A. Standley left this afternoon for I I and larger boiler. He :will, use both HEADQUARTERS. FOR .'

B. B. King, the Dunnellon hotel man, Cincinnati to purchase the finest pair the new and old ones to supply steam

was at the Montezuma yesterday. of match horses he can find for Mr. I for his dry house and the increased

Col. John L. Inglis of Port Inglis Edward Holder. I facilities in his planing mill.C. E WOOD ou&n& FIELD FENCE J

,r was at the Ocala House yesterday.A I I Handsome comb and brush and manicure I. Grace will soon have his large "

beautiful. line of sterling silver sets, and many odd and pretty and substantial dry house completed. \ POULTRY, RABBIT AND LAWN FENCE. :.s

goods just received. Ocala Music Co. pieces in silver, solid and plated. Ocala There is a mile and a quarter of inch ..'q

Music Co.Take i ,and a half pipe in the house, through 58 INCH ,. WI
Davis Moody, with Standley & Co.,
is out again after a two weeks' illness. a ride on the Ferris Wheel and which the steam from the boiler will Absolute efficiency at least expense. 501HCIt' \J" I''\j'I' n I' 1 r :/ill"I/I/" )
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get off the earth, at Ocala's big street pass. A practical fence that willpositively r
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All tho new backs in Congress paying 42 INCH n II \'
fair I NoyemteLsH. : ,,---_______ _'.. The silver tea of Friday, given by turn cattle, ..- u \ j J \ \J
the Postoffice
at Drugstore.Mr.
the ladies of the Episcopal church on I 1 I I)1\)
/ Congressman Davis has introduced : horses, hogs and 34incH I' 4,
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John Hays, the successful cuke ( "I I .
the Ocala golf links netted the church
bills in Congress fora government pigs. A fence r '
grower of Webstervas in town today SCINCH. )1 I' I,
FernaJidina I building fund $26.26.leads 1 '
building at and a soldier's I '
that is .
New lot of the flneset palms and home in Floridl'I LJra'lor in the up-to-date brandsof strong, IS INCH n 7 (f''I 't

ferns just in at the Ocala Greenhouse.Will *V CfodcTmeals< '*and-- comfortable------' lodgingat -- I cigars, Milo Delo, Grand Royal, Fu- practically everlasting f1 I I.. .'"

Sinclair, after a pleasant visitto the Roush House, No. 53, N. Magnolia ma National, Key West Smokers,and proven [tj' : ,;

his parents, (returned to Mobile to- street. twenty other brands. thoroughly effi- {\ '
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Mr. Grant McCall representing man-: cient i under S aaicstLLWFiEI .---.. .;,.
and oysters always on hand, ufacturers of furniture, spent Sundayin every possiblecondition. -

fresh and fine, at W. P. Edwards', city the city. Mr. M. was a former citi' For sale at Crosby & Hall's livery sta- EVERY ROD OF ELLWOOD FENCE IS GUARANTEED J.If J.

market. zen of Ocala and a dealer in furniture. 'I ble. Just brought in. Horses are fine

Acid Cough Syrup, the best cough He now resides Washington.. \' ones and the mules large animals, just you want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved, call and see the t

remedy on the market, for sale by Bartow! Little Bartow! What is the kind for turpentine teams. Prices ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little
right. Call at Crosby & Hall's livery money you
Tydings & Co. Little Bartow? Don't fail to see Little can get absolute satisfaction.
stable. W. A. Griffith, I
Mr. C. W. Perkins and wife arrived Bartow at Ocala's big street fair November "
Ocala, Fla.
Saturday from Boston and will tarry I 2428. :
t We al o a roll line of d
time with carry
some us.I W. A. Pelot, manager for the Marion ;
have just put in a nice line of paper convict farm, was in town Saturday afternoon ,
The Norma Martinez, the C. H. S.,
novels and a few of the new copyright and said he has some fine tomatoes
the El Solo, and the Fama Nacional,
novels. W. M. Martin.J. just getting ready to turn. He
four of the best 5 cent cigars made in SASH DOORS BLINDS. -
said he made the crop with only one I
M. Averett manager for Wiggs & Tampa, and many othera to be foundin ,

Co's. turpentine still, west of Dunnel rain. T. W. Troxler's cigar case.

lon, was in town today. Anyone wishing a nice, young, graded .

Taylor makes hot drinks-Vigoral, Jersey cow, with first or second NOTICMayor's g

Clam and Tomato Bouillon; Hot Chocolate calf, will do well to call on or write D. Chattanooga Cane MillsIN

with. Whipped Cream. ._ M. Boney, Ocala, Fla. He has about Proclamation of ElectionBe
thirty for sale. Any child can handle it known that December 8,
f itohert McDTmahl, ;\ successful farmer on / STOCK. 1
them. They lead like a horse, and all A. D. 1903 election will be held at
of the Graha -Hie section, was in I Ie an I
city today t good milkers. First class cows kepton the voting places in each ward in the I Jeffords Building. !

r-; hand for sale the year round. city of Ocala, Fla., for the election of t I s ;:-
Lowneys caiulie"s; always at I 1
Mclver & MacKay have begun the a mayor of said city, a councilman at j i
Taylor's. Don't fail to see his ChristI I
I work of fitting up the suite of club large and a councilman for each ward
mas stock.
rooms for the Elks over Troxler's and thereof. The said councilman of each A,.
Editor Koonce of the Sumterville I /
the Ocala News Co's. stores. ward to be elected by the qualified !
Times spent Sunday with his family in "
Pure drugs carefully compoundedin voters of the respective wards and the

this city. I our prescription department. Ty mayor and councilman at large to be .. '. '.: .- -" :. ..' :" '- ..--'--- :- -; .
The hit of the carnival-:\ tchell's I' dings & Co. II I, chosen by the qualified electors of the i .

Laughing Parlor. Laugh as you nevi I I I city at large. Officers of said electionare I <'
FOR RENT-65 acres, more or less,
laughed before.Do follows I "
appointed as :
of first class melon and cantaloupeland not fail to read the offer Rhein- Ward One-Inspectors, W. C. Jef
under fence and in
good sight I
auer & Co. are making on children's railroad station. Also for sale one fords, P. V. Leavengood, W. P. Spell- IWIVE & MACKAY

and misses' shoes.C. small mare mule. J. H. McClymonds,I .man; clerk, O. B. Howse. I .

J. Phillips returned to Dunnellon Ocala, Fla. dtf. iDon't Ward Two-Inspectors, T. D. Lancaster I II I
-,. this t P. J. Poacher, E. C. Dorsey; I ?,
morning to complete the repairs j jon
i fail to see Lunette, the flying .. .j
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clerk, E. T. Williams.
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\ Mrs. Tompkins' building. {' lady, at Ocalas; big street.fair November -
Who is Verno? the great and only I'I 24.25.BEST: Ward Three-Inspectors, S. C. I II Ocala Florida
Stone, J. E. Bailey, Tom Gary; clerk, i I II ,
Vcrno? You will find out at Ocala'I I I I
J. A. Pittman. i
big street fair, November 24-2S. I LINIMENT ON EARTHI. r
I Ward Four-Inspectors, T. J. Ow. f i iI .-'i6
Mr. 11. S. Hall went to South M. McHany, Greenville, Tex.,
Florida 4V
{I ens, George Smith, A. J. Leavengood; and
this afternoo nto look after his turpen- writes, Nov. :2, 1900: "I had rheumatism I clerk, 0. M. Goodrich. i Phosphate, Mining Washing Machinery

tine interests. last winter, down in bed six
was I In testimony whereof, I, M. Fishel, I II
There were no services at the Presbyterian weeks; tried everything but got no mayor of the city of Ocala Fla., here j
church Rev. W. relief till a friend gave me a part of :I t tMAiUJESS
yesterday as
'I unto set my hand and affix the corporate ;
C. Lindsay was absent at Live Oak attending i a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment. seal of said city this the 4th Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Garages
I used it and two bcttles. It
the presbytery got more day of November, A. D. 1003.:; :
cured me, and I haven't felt any rheu-
There is no cough medicine so pope M. Fishel, i
matij.m since. I can recommend Snow
lar as Foley's Honey and Tar. It contains Mayor of Ocala. i j
Liniment to be the best liniment on AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS
no opiates nor pobons :1l1tlne'erfails
earth for rheumatism." For rheumatic I
to cure. Sold by the Postoffice E. C. Smith, Funeral Director and
.1rugstore. ,sciatic or neuralgic pains, rub in Embalmer. Day phone, No. 10. Night I
Ballard's Snow Liniment. You will not and Sunday. No. 91. Ocala, Fla. I II

Captain II. C. Keith of Lakeland suffer long, but will *be gratified witha I,I Materials Every Kind and Description-
torn'' 'rly conductor the Homosassaami
on 1 speedy and effective cure. 25c., 50c. A. C. L. CITY TICKET OFFICE | ,
: Ocala run, was at the Ocala House i ,.i
and $1, at Anti-Monopoly Drug
yebtt rday. J I store. Tickets to all parts of the Uniied '

.'YA 'TIDgood, sound, young I States and Canada on sale. Sclieilu.c: ? FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS

horse. Quality must be good and price I Mr. Wilbur, the painter, paper hanger I and routes cheerfully furnish.d to :

reasonable. Mare preferred. Inquireat and fresco artist from New York I prospective travelers by calling or':'

this office. I I I I has arrived, and I am now in a position I phoning. Agent for all of the transAtlantic PHOSPHATE PLANTS

See the little fa"orit'Ihl Rose" i to attend to jour needs in these steamship lines going to any.

the pet of tho children, at Ocala's big line. See my new stock of paper. J. of the European ports. J. C. Maughs, INSTALLED COMPLETE

street fair, November 2128. I I' Starr Sternberger. City Ticket Agent, Ocala House. !j


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?1 ; MAXIM & GAY GO1 Colored Folks' Column

D n 0 I Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor


I. J. Simmons Is very much Indisposed -

y r Established Three Years. CAPITAL, $50,000. Before the PublIc] Every Day. today. .
pu Archie Jacobs continues very 111.


f Rev. S. A. Huger, P, E.% passed

. REFERENCES: ANY BANK OR BANKER IN NEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO: SARATOGA WASHINGTON.. Bone Pains, Itching, Scabby through Ocala today for the south. .

Skin Diseases. The editor returned this morning
Swellings, Carbuncles, Pimples,Scrofula
from his church at Santos. Good
Permanently cored by uVing Botanic Blood Balm. It .
destroys the attire Poison in the blood. //you ban; vices.
WIN AT aches and pains In bones, back and Joints Itching
s NEW ORLEANS.No Scabby Skin,Blood feels tot or thin Swollen Glands The legion No. 49 meets at their usual -

Risings and Bumps on the Skin Maces Patches laUouth I place on next Friday night. Let all
Sore Throat Pimples, or off entire eruption,
greater opportunity has ever been afforded the American racing public to earn a: steady income with small Copper-Colored Spots or nth en Skin,all rai-down,onerrona r attend. .

Maxim & Gay Co offer you at New Orleans, beginning! Thanksgiving Jay, Nov. 26. a capital than does he brows .Ulcers on Carbuncles any pan of the body, Hair or Eye Did you pay your pastor in shouts
falling oat or Boils take
. a. Everybody conversant with the history of the Maxim & Gay Co. knows that at New Orleans it has scored !,? sensational Botanic Blood Balm, guaranteed'tocateereothewontandmostdeep and amens yesterday, or promises or

which have made its name a household word among patrons of the turf. No record app.oaches ours for the successes -rcateduaeewbe r* cash? Answer.
prices at the Crescent Our number! of winners named at long doctors,patent medicines,and hot springs fail Heals
City. experts are already on the ground }preparing? for the openmg. Every indication points to all sores,stops all aches and pains,reduce aii wellincs, M. C.'Falana' is making considerable
best efforts in furnishing InformatIOn from that track and we are again certain we will enable patrons of the surpassing our makes blood pore and rich completely chancing the headway in his marketing line. Call
Company to win
on small i divestments there. steady incomes entire body into a dean healthy condition. 'B. B. B.
bas cored thousands of cases of Blood Poison even af tor and see him.
reaching the last stage.
, I Old Rheumatism,Catarrh,Eczema I Rev. J. H: Davis is in the city, and

$00 are caused by an awful poisoned conditi .f the reports his charge at Cotton Plant in
NETTED $20:1.: Blood. B. B.B.stops fowling and Spitting Itching .excellent order.
and Scratching,Aches and Pains; cures Rheumatism
: Catarrh; heals all Scabs, Scales, Eruption Watery The K. of P. meets at their usual
: Here is a complete statement showing the result of a $10 play on each horse given In Blisters fool festering Sores of Eczema; by giving a
Note A our "DiscretIOnary Series" during October pure healthy blood supply to affected parts. place tomorrow night. Let all the
( : capital to begin with of $50 is
required by us, as a matter of conservatism, to make a S10
play Cancer Cured
on each horse that Is considered members attend.
by us a good betting
pi Botanic Blood Balm Cures Cancers of all Kinds,
October Mtetiiig8Iorris Park and Brighton. Suppurating Swellings, Eating (ores. Tumors not; J Mr. Lee Crews is in the city visiting
Ulcers. It kills the Cancer 1'cjson and heals the sores
his sick
daughter, Miss Nora Goldwire,
NET DAILY RESULT, or worst cancer perfectly. If you hare & pcrsi&tent
Day. FIRST WEEK. Won Lost. ET DAILY RESULT.Won. Pimple Wart, Swellings, Shooting Stinging Pains, who,-is much better today.

: Bobadil,7 T to fi,won; Cagtallan 9 to 5 won; Duelist lost.................... .....$.2 Day. THIRDVEEK.. Forw'd Lost. take Blood Balm and they will disappear helots they *Oysters in all styles 'at all hours.
2--0arllman.5towon! S loserJuven&lMaxim,6tol *........... ...... ......... ....................... 15 Il$1 3 develop int?Cancer. Many apparently hopeltu case
&- won; )1.Theo, loot; Wealthlost.......................... 40 -P.J-Astarlta. Stone, 13to 5 won, ; Pot Rogers lost..... .... .... ........... N of cancer ccred by taking Botanic! Blood Balm. Rates reasonable Alberstine Smith's
\-S. 1'rotect 1 to 2,won; M. Brant 7 to i,won; 3 losers.............................. 10 ;Damon,8 ,10 won; Ilermistol0won; 1 loser........,,,,..,,,,,,, 10
lrAurlesvllleCtoSwou3losers.. ................................................... 4- to 1 won; Emergency toft. von; losers OUR OUAKANTEU. restaurant next to Benus' block.
C-Land of glover,5 to2, won; 2 losers......................................... ........ 5 1& 5-Kiver anu: l'irate,3 nawagaeto5, won; 2losers............,.................................... 8 Bay druKZlst a large*ke bottle a*directed.lor 81,Dutanie of any
to I won; )Iohanb.lost............. .............................. Blood Itulm(B.ll.ll. We are calling for your cues to the
# SECOND_ WEEK, EnrightJ,9 to 5.won; alosers......... .................................................20 12 If when tbe right quantity)always U taken.cure Star, also for your advertisements. Let.
not eared your money will
I-Fauloonbn.d get lost.................................................... ............... 1-3lamiell'orth,2to5won WEEK. funded promptly be l"e-tB'2cw.' I t us see you either today qr tomorrow.
Surmise,I lost......................... ...........................,.......\....... ..... 10 10 :-'\'00 d-h: a d e.12 to 1,won ;3losers.Piquet,,.won.......lloser...... ............................. 39 oat dj QYtLLGO It. *
3-No play (track conditions unfavorable)....................;.................... ; ..:........................... fro The North. Magnolia street. barber

jbarawind,4 4-Medal,7 I to,1.won to5,;won 4 losers..o; Duelist,11 to 5,won: 8 losers............ ......... .. ...... ..:. Less Losses *33'&T.Outcome :!:2! $d3 Pleasant BotanIc and safe to Blood take. Tbort Balm Jjrhly B.B.B.> tested)fa for80 yrs. shop is open and ready to give its customers

,II to 10 won; TepeeS to 5, won.. ... .....""............................ 15 N t\\1 ":' .'; Composed weak kidneys of Pure Botanic Ingredients. Strengthens the best attention obtainable;
:!!\ weak stomachs r",1 dvcpepua.
Less our Commission,""nml\gS".t" ...BT..).i Complete U.K.It.directions g. with each bottle Manipleof shaving hair cutting, etc., a specialty;
11122 $t3 Net profits on $10 play for month.....fUd:! writing Blood Balm and Co.Pamphlet,Atlanta,Oa.Hent Detent Prr your by two chairs. Robert vVilson, manager.
trouble and special free medical adrice,to suit oar
case also seat in sealed .
We Pick the Winner. sale r.l'"or by the Rev. W. S. Bailey of the Reformed

Episcopal church, frpin South Florida,
Anti-Monopolp Drugs .ore, 'Ocala Fla.
The system we employ to locate winners is identical with that used by "Pittsburg Phil John A. Drake is In the city. He 'is formerly from

don, Joe Yeager, and other famous plungers who win hundreds of thousands on the turf John Gates, 1 V. Lan g- Charleston S. C.

> We gather our information of prospective winners through a force of expert horsemen every who year hold, and a it watch proves just as successful. KIDNEY DISEASESare First class dress-making, cutting,
on the horses
early morning trials, and in that way learn when they are ready to win. in their fitting etc., in the latest styles at rea-

The money that is played into the game by persistent losers, such as the large mass of uninformed f sonable rates) Call and see Mrs. L. B. '

' into the pockets of the big operators, of which the Maxim & Gay Co., representing a large clientele, stands players at the are head.bound The to be, goes the most fatal of all dis Brookins, 49% South Magnolia street.
the Maxim & Co. is to the work of
Gay place general public upon a level with the Next
winning plungers, and our success in this accomplishment has eases. to Tompkin's restaurant.
made us famous on two continents.

We do business only on the great racetracks of the U. S. We number KIDNEY CURE Does your horse Interfere or
among our clients some of the best Cm C V'C It I '
and merchants in the known sportsmen financiers strike? If so, call and give me a trial.

The present high standard to which Investment has been brought on the turf, and is the now absolutely deemed as good legitimate faith in as which any other high-class form of speculatIOn. lULLI 0 Buiranteid RIlDed II Carriages. buggies and wagons repaired -

auspices of the Jockey Club in the East, and the Western Jockey Club in the West has inspired turf affairs are conducted under the at reasonable rates. H. Harvey,

all over the country with as much confidence in racing as in the stock, grain and cotton, markets millionaire and this capitalists and business men or money refunded. Contains two doors'south of Powers' grocery.

in the betting rings now rival in magnitude those of the stock, cotton and grain exchanges. is one reason why transactions remedies recognized by eminent Rev. W. O. Bartley held forth at the

Another reason for the rapid growth of turf speculation in popular favor, is the rapidity which all transactions physicians as the best for Zion M. E. church yesterday. The ser-

The speculator makes his investment at the racetrack i in the afternoon through us and receives notification are wound up. Kidney and Bladder troubles.PRICE vices were excellent. The pastor delivered -
by mail in letter
teed o bear a postmark earlier than the race is run, of just what horses are to be backed for his account. By a guava two able sermons to large congregations

of the result of that day's operations, and he learns quickly just where he stands. At the end of each week he the next mail he is informed 50c. ttbd1.00. and the finances were good.

of his account with a money order for his profits, less 25 per cent. which we deduct as our fee. receives a complete statement Postoffice Drugstore, Ocala Fla. *The Magnolia restaurant, corner of
This gives a wholesome tone to 1 legitimate turf '
speculation which cannot be found in the more or l lossjnvolved transactions Magnolia and Market Sts., Is open at
big exchanges and this is turfmen live of t u-
more comfortably and live than do
longer men whcsa involved transactions all hours. Meals and lunches at reasonable
day and night for weeks and sometimes months at a stretch. are on their minds,
USE TIAYLOR'SRemedy Sr:; rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J.

: Ruth, managers.

Our Clients Woo a Million Dollars. of Sweet Gum and Public, Take Notice!-Will Gordon

As it is well known that our clients have collectively won as much as a million dollars at Mullen for Coughs, Colds, the famous hustler, has opened his dye
asked : "Why do not Maxim & a sickle race mrehr g, it is sometimes business in the Lloyd building where
Gay simply sit down and back their own selections instead of 1 LaGrippe. Nature's Great
runniLg a considerable clerical for and he stands ready to dye clean
spending large sums m advertising in newspapers throughout the country?" cc press, ,
The Remedy for all Throat and repair, etc in first class style. Ladies
answer simple enough if one stops to consider the situation. :Maxim & Gay by dint of
and ability, energy, organization, capital clothing a specialty. Call and him.
advertising, have secured an enormous clientele! which means the command of immense capital. If we can pick winners for this Lung Troubles. Thoroughly
mense number of investors, our profits are larger than It we played our own ] im The Covenant Baptist church was
money only for a basis of
on 25 per cent. of winnings which tested for 30 25 .
we charge for information and commission, one man out of every four of cur customers is years. + filled last evening to overflowing tobY

plan works for the benefit of the public as well is that they win three weeks out of four and practically our books betting show that for custcmer The proof that this 50c., and $t. For Sale hear the eloquent divine and pastor

to us for tyvo months ever failed to get well ahead of the game, while not a few of those who now own winning stables of who stuck Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Rev. Dr. Countee and to witness the
who are cutting important figure on the turf; began the game as mere novices, playing our selections through us. and I baptism of Mrs. W. P. Wilson. The

The principle upon which we operate is such that we must of necessity do the best we can for Our icccme services were of a very high order the

have derived solely from a percentage of the winnings of our clients, and if we cannot make you win, our you.entire income is cut as pointed off. That out, IFae I Its9 For YOU! sermon was an able one and the finances -
been successful
in making our clients is
win amply the fact that
proven by we have prospered for upward of three were splendid. Covenant Baptist
years while i imi
tators ,
pursuing economical
more and less
methods have gone under by the score. Noting the success that > church is making herself felt in
achieved by Maxim\ & was being>
Gay, scores of "get-ncb-quick" operators, tried to break into the field successfully occupied the this city.
by older
responsible firm, but it did not take the press and public long to discriminate between the and more .
legitimate and the illegitimate and *L. Green the lightning shaver. Call
we have continued to flourish as a resu
uninterruptedly, while in the ranks of rivals
cur there have Sal
in failure. been scores of enterprises initiated, only to e J/"IIf/ try his shave and hair cut and you

will always come. Shave, lOc.; haircut

Join Our Winning Army. I 25c.; honing razor, 25c.; concave

razor, 75c. All work first class. No

The greatest race meeting In the history of the South begins at New Orleans on November :26th. In magnitude it will I MIMA/ l long 'delays; two chairs. Next door to

other turf gatherings of the past. The Crescent City Jockey Club knows this to be a banner year and has prepared for it. So eclipse all Albers' tine Smith, on West Broadway.The .
If there are more horses at the New Orleans racetrack than we.
ever gathered there before, we have more expert "dockers" and quarterly meeting at Mt. ZionA.
pers than we ever employed at other handicap
any meeting. They cannot make the
game too big lor us to handle. We move with the times. M. E. church yesterday was excel
If you want to get aboard our discretionary series at New
Al Orleans, in which we play daily those and only] those horses we think l lent. Rev. S. A. Williams, P. E.,
betting propositions with the privilege of not
playing any horses at all
on when
days we consider conditions unpropitious fill out the preached two able sermons, to the edification -
following blanjc and forward your remittance to us at New Orleans as soon as The Great Health Drink !
you can. Play will be begun on the first day of the meetcgj4 of all present. The collectionwas
.. yourinoney.. ; reaches us in time; otherwise, we will begin the play the first day it reaches us after the -
-: Bhdula li sent bT bank raft meeting has begun. Money as follows: For elder $25; dol-
./ express money order, or in
currency registered letter.
checks (
... are not
accepted. lar money, $5. Rev. Quarterman iE
"'. .:;,- Dispensed! at all Sods< FoanUio!. 50 pushing things to the front.

7 TO MAXIM & GAY CO. (Incofp.) fcS! Canal St.,New Orleans,La. I
In accordance with the terms of,pair ad in the Ocala Fla., STAR,I enclose.............................Dollars. Please bet for me daily ?:" METTO Syrup is put up for, PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT

.1 ................ .. .. ...........JL'V.Pollar?on each selection of
f::' send me every day. In a letter postmarked before the race?are run your,the Discretionirv naneof the Series horse at the New Orleans MOPYou agree to mixing with ice water in the Many broad minded physicians pre-
\ that afternoon and to send me a statement and cheek weekly for profits, less 2per: cent of which: will b? odds for my account scribe Foley's Honey and Tar, as they
winning Post
; Summer
published in the New Orleans Morfciag. Newspapers. M 'account is are guaranteed as time and with hot
subject to withdrawal in full demand.
on have never found so safe and reliable
f"' Name "'- water in the Winter time.
... a remedy for throat and lung troubleas

Street Specially adapted to familyuse this great medicine. Sold by the

Town or City either as a beverage or Postoffice Drugstore.
table drink, taking the placeof

For a *5 play on each horse.. ..................................,...........'........................ J25 For tea, coffee, etc. .
Forallrt :: .... .'..... . 50 Fora a |;jo play on each horse................................. .............................. ...l lroo [..ALEXANDER
For a $1i ? : ::::::::::. :: :.: ::. .. ..:.:.:: :: :::::: :: : :::::::::::::: 73 I : *:u :: :: :: :: ''' ''
Remit direct to the Maxim & Cay Company!"Canal: Street New Orleans! All accounts r Foraflmi :: ::::: :::: ::::::'::::::::.:::: : ::::::::: :::::::::::'.:::::::: g 30w Prices
Maxim for PracticalGARPE
and the )llxim.8); Co will make all accountings direct to its clients. The Maxim & Cay Co.,asiimeal; & lity Company will he played the track bv the Maxim & lay Co., | Syrup: 1.2 Pint.2Zc. ,
Our frlet.ds are cautioned against sending money through the mails without registering. responsibIlity for a proper execution of its client'I order. .'
1 Quart, 7oC.; 1-2
Gallon, $1.35; 1 Gallon, $2.50.
i iO. Careful made all contract
estimates on
.....- ----- ,.,...,...,..,-- -- ----- r Directions: Two tablespoonfuls work. Gives more and better work for
I. GRACE --- -- ----- -
--wHfTE'S-CRE- used to a glass of.water. the money than any other man in

Dealei inRough i W--------ORl\ASe I ? VERMIFUCEI( Costs less than 2c. a glass.JJ5.J town. I

.......... Most ia Quantity. Best in Quality. Tropical Manufacturing I. A. Colyer.Bros.

and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried For 20 Years Has Led all[ Worm R8m8d ha Ev'EF.Yw GjJARA. !jjg 1' JACKSONVILLE, ILA.Sold CO'I Merchant Tailors .
Flooring BOLD D-r
ALL ::en UC7GZSTS. i in Ocala by the Postoffice

Ceiling and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick. Prpat'ed! by..cA JAMES\ F. BALLARD, St. LoulFor i j Drugstore, Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Have in stock one of the finest assort-

Manufacturer of g sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores:'j JT. W. Troxler, C. E. Taylor and S. R. ments of suitings for holiday suits
ever presented to the Ocala public.

Whaley. Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning
Turned Balfosters Casings, Newels Columns FRESH i
ME7STS AND: GAS dyeing and repairing neatly done. Fall
Door and Window Frames Mantles Church Seats
Pulpits CLEANING HATSPanama. and
winter suitings to liking.
We your ,
School keep on hand a full line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and
Desks and Seats Combined
and Tables.
Sausage to be had. Game in Fresh Best suits for the money in town. Inspection
am constantly receiving lumber and can fill orders for any Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made.Vegetables, etc. straw and felt hats for :men solicited. No. 5, North Main

quantities and sUes. .Pi omptness a Speclaltv CITY MARKET and women cleaned by J. A. Colyer & St., two doors north of Ocala House
W. L. JONES, Proprietor. I Ero.. No. 3. :'. Main St.-
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ANDBuckwheat Carroll and Robinson are Preparing to I BROTHERSY

Issue One That Will be a Creditto
FlourIN Our Growing CityA ROLLER

complete and reliable directoryfor Leading Wholesale & Retail ButcheisETERN :
BULK. a city of the size and business importance -
of Ocala is a great conven SHOES. "
Also a full and complete line of ience in a business :
It has been over six years since ;

Fancy Crackersw had a directory printed, and CELERY AND ALL,. OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON j
J not a complete one. At that time :;

e had no free mail delivery, the houses PATENT LEATHER AND VICI FREE DELIVERY. TELEPHONE 10* .a]
,( in bulk and packages. were not numbered and the city was' .,

at the lowest ebb financially in its <
New this week in "
history. A directory is now of far FOR BOYS.

J-2 pint Bottles 1 greater value than then, and the one AT OUR BANK
that Messrs.
and Robinson
to publish will prove a first class THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO, ti--

!Maraschino Cherries advertising medium for the merchantsand I
In Ocala will find
of vast interest to every resident. you a room prepared for visitors
The directory will contain the name The weather was simply ideal Sun to write or transact private business. Also
Supreintendent W. D. Cam returned day and the churches well at it
Maraschino PineapplesAND of every person white or colored, maleor were a
some one ready to information
female over the age of ten years last week from a professional visit I tended. Revs. Warren, Little and give general .

their street and number and occupation to the schools of Central and Shiloh. President Walker of the Sutherland about the town, its advantages and the bank 1.'

or business. In addition it will The former is i taught by Mr. John Conference College preached excel- ing business ofMUNROE&
contain a business directory showing Mathews and the latter by Miss Eu- lent sermons to good and appreciative s

Creme De Menthe Cherries, separately, all business and professional nice Pardue, an accomplished teacher audiences: at the Baptist, Episcopaland ,

men and the business or profession whose home is in Micanopy. Superintendent Methodist churches respectively. CHAMBLISS.

at engaged In, a brief history of the city, Carn found the schools in Speaking of the school, President ;

a directory of the city county and splendid condition and the teachers doing Walker said it was progressing finely, ,

TEAPOT -:- GROCERY. state officers a complete list of all excellent work. One of the objects and far outran the record, of last year. j

secret orders benevolent societies of Superintendent Cam's visit He pleasantly surprised his hearers by
board of trade, Rifles band fire department was to interview the patrons and announcing that he had not come to INSURANCE 9

their officers and time and principal citizens of those sections and lift a collection.A .

place of meeting; the churches and tell them of the advantage it would be HALL & RAWLS, J

pastors. A reliable revised, map of the to them to create sub school districts, POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONYJ.

city will be engraved and folded in and the impression left is that it will N. Patterson, night policeman of AGENTS FOR ;;.

front of the book, which will be a new be done. Nashua la., writes: "Last winter I :
Standard Fire Insurance Companies and Penn Mutual
and most valuable feature as there had a cold on my lungs and tried at .
T. W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's I I are no such maps of Ocala in exist WORM DESTROYER least half a dozen advertised cough Life Insurance Co. .
Candy. Fresh Shipments Received ?
Weekly. ence. medicines and had treatment from two ,', "
Over a thousand copies of the directory White's Cream Vermifuge not only physicians without getting any bene FIRE LIFE i' ,, A :

;: will be issued and every home kills worms, but removes the mucous fit. A friend recommended Foley's .
I *
SPECIALBANISTER will have one. It will contain a splendid and slime, in which they build their Honey and Tar and two-thirds of a bot Rooms 7 and 8 "

list of advertisements from Ocala nests. It brings, and quickly, a heal- tle cured me. I considerit the great Merchants Block (

and other merchants and business thy condition of the body, where est cough and lung medicine in the -

SHOES, $3.50. YOU I houses. The directory will be issued worms cannot exist. 25c} at the AntlMonopoly world." Sold by the Postoffice Drug Ocala -:- -:- -:- -:. -:. Florida. t

in December or early in January. Drugstore. store. .
Every business house in Ocala that
I .
wishes to keep before the people .
HAPS YOU HAVE PAID $5 OR $6 should be represented in this direc -C 00 -00 -0 -00 -00 -00 -00 -0 -00
I 01'
FOR A PAIR AND GOT YOUR MON tory. It will be good for two years, at YE SMOKERS OF GOOD JUDGMENT I J I II .

EY'S WORTH, TOO. IF YOU WILL which time another will be published. Commercial Bank
y ;
Emmet E. Robinson is making a personal I I ?(
house to house canvass of the ACHELBERG'S S CIGARS 9
city by streets and avenues, and the
Costliest Because Best.
FROM THE FACTORY NEW GOODS Mr. Carroll will call on you for your I I t ,

AND NEWEST STYLES. POSITIVELY advertisements, and you can't afford ? CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO ?

ONLY ONE PAIR SOLD TO 'A to turn him down, as every merchant, I To be had of C. E. Taylor, T. W. Trader, Ocala I. / ,:

commissary, saw mill and turpentine j 9 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 0 .,
CUSTOMER. House Sid. R. Ocala
man in the county will have one of Whaley, Anti-Monopoly Drug I 1 ;

these books on file at his place of bus- I News Co., Postoffice Drug Store. I O DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0

CREAMERY BUTTER m iness. It is thought that this directorywill 'I t RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT I IO ,

show a population in Ocala of be- AND SOLD O
The Carmichael & Son Co. Iceep tween 5000 and 6000. Hubbard & MacDuff have put a I According to the Braidentown Her
00- 00- 00- 00- 00- 00- 00- '00-
constantly on hand receiving a fresh Willie refrigerator, tiled inside and aid the people of that section are

supply every two days, delicious, pure A SURE THING out, into Mr. Hiller's residence. The I greatly agitated over the action 6t i the .

Georgia creamery butter 23 cents per refrigerator is built into the wall of I Tampa board of trade, who are trying I I
pound kept on ice. Phone No. 37. FREE DELIVERY IN
It is said that nothing is sure except the kitchen with the front inside and to boycott that section by having the For

death and taxes, but that is not the back outside of the room, so that I line of steamers take the fruit of the OCALA AND GAINESVILLE WATCHESAnd
'/he last I issue of the Eustis Lake I Y
altogether true. Dr. King's New Discovery the "ice man" can place! the ice in Manatee section -to Mobile and New .
Region contains the announcementthat
Harry Frierson has disposed of for, Consumption is a sure cure without coming into the kitchen at all. Orleans, but insist: they shall not return The Gainesville Sun, speaking of REPAIRSGO

for'all lung and throat troubles. The refrigerator is probably the finest to that section with cargoes of Postmaster H. C. Groves' visit to that -.-
the paper which he has so ably conducted TO-
for several years, to Chas. H. Thousands can testify to that. Mrs. and most complete in the state. merchandise from the wholesalers of city recently in the interest of a free

Newell a well known citizen of Lake C. B. Van.letre of Shepherdtown. !< "the cities named. It appears Tampa mail delivery, remarks that when ask- F G. B. WEIHEThe

county. It is to be a full fledged democratic Va., says: "I had a severe case of Don't forget the big Florence wants that distributing trade. I It ed if the free delivery had benefited JewelerWANTED,

sheet and we wish the new editor Bronchitis, and for a year tried everything 'Troupe, the feature of the Barnum j II'Ocala Mr. Groves replied: "To show

and proprietor great success. I heard of, but got no relief. show will be at Ocala's big street fair The big trained wild animal show is I I I what an advantage it has proved to

One bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery November 24-2S. coming for Ocala's big street: fair, November the city, I only have to state that the

APARTMENTS FOR RENT then cured me absolutely." It is 2128. salaries in the Ocala postoffice have -

infallible for Croup, Whooping Cough, Taylor received November 9, a bar- been increased since the establishmentof .
Nicely furnished apartments flight or Grip, Pneumonia and Consumption. rel of fresh limes. Meet me at Taylor's! for hot drinks. this service from $400 to about

housekeeping rooms. Apply; to also J. Starr a few Sterberger. furnished n' Try it. It's guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly $700;; to say nothing of the great benefit Five hundred to One

Drugstore. Trial bottles and convenience which has been.
free. Regular sizes, 50c. and $1. derived. The people of Ocala are well I Thousand Head of

PANSY PLANTS ARRIVED : pleased and I am sure the figures will
Madame Mardell, the world's greatest show that the postoffice department Hogs. AddressW.

Ten thousand pansy plants. 15c. palmist, will read your past, present should be satisfied. We would not go
per dozen, $1.10 per hundred. For sale and future at Ocala's {. AT A.
big street back to the old system for anything, PELOT,
by the Ocala Greenhouse Co. I

DAILY ARRIVALSJ. The November Gainesville 24-28.Coffin, Company has HlB fioisa l B I Taut Imots s Ion litA i I and will vantage.I appreciate know" that this you, metropolitan Gainesville folks ad Supt. Marion Farms.

t A. Pittman & Son are receiving been incorporated with a capital of Congratulations to Gainesville on its I and Winter

daily their fall stock. When in need $'OOOO. free mail delivery, which begins December -
of any household goods don't fail to New Line of 1. Styles Now In

go around and get their prices before Be sure to see the great ghost show, J. A. Gass, colored, a sub-carrier in _

purchasing elsewhere. the feature of the Pan-American: Ex. (GINGHAMS AND PERCALES.We the Ocala office, will be sent to Gainesville Handsome
line of
position at Ocala's big street fair to instruct the new system at piece

The grandest sight of all is the statue November 24-28.:! 'have JUST opened them up and put them on dis that place and may remain as a carrier goods in stock for suits,

turning to life, at Ocala's big street play. They are of the finest (York, Maine), weave I as he lives at home.A trousers and overcoats.We .
fair. November 212S. The Tampa Times, under the management
and are beautiful.I .
and editorship of D. B. Mac- I STARTLING TEST are up-to-date in material

STEPPED AGAINST A HOT STOVEA Kay, is one of the best edited and -A S; CllOl.t I ,"T" QF? gsa and workmanship.
most prosperous papers in the state.
child of Mrs. Gco. T. Benson, IN To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merritt of All orders skillfully and

when getting his usual Saturday night J. II. Ki*>l3's big snow nas been especially -4 No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a startling promptly executed, work
-- SILS.A.N"J: :) 'Er TrJOL -- test, resulting in a wonderful He
bath supped back against a hot stove I; engaged at enormous expense cure. fully guaranteed.

which burned him severely. The child! for Ocala's big street fair! November A "warm baby" is a HEALTHY one. writes: "A patient was attacked with Respectfully,
21-2S. violent hemorrhages, caused by
was in great agony and his mother uc r.
could do There is WARMTH in cur baby's ation of the stomach. I had often
nothing to pacify him. Remembering : Jetty Burnett
that she had a bottle of ANXIOUS MOMENTS found Electric Bitters excellent for ,
Chamberlain's HOODS acute stomach and liver troubles, so I Merchant Tailor. J
Pain Balm in the house; Some of the most anxious hours of ,
she thought she would try it. In 1 less a mother's life are those when the little '-- JACKETS prescribed them. The patient gane; .] One Door North ofMasters'x!
from the first and has not had at-
than half an hour after applying it the ones of the household have the an I t
child was quiet and asleep, and in less croup. There is no other medicine so .:-. and BOOTEES. tack in fourteen months." Electric '
than two weeks was well. Mrs. Benson effective in this terrible malady as Fo Bitters are positively guaranteed for / See"Bosco, the wonder. "Eats them J
is well known Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipationand alive. At Ocala's big street fair November )
a resident of Kel- ley's Honey and Tar. It i is a house ,
-lar, Va. Pain Balm Kidney troubles. Try then. Only 2128. ... ,
is an antiseptic: hold favorite for throat and lung troubles HoBsMASTERSJ y
liniment and especially valuable for and as it contains no opiates orFor 3"c. at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. ---' -""' -" '

burns, cuts, bruises and sprains. other poisons, it can be safely given. C At Taylor's you will find Nevoola,
sale by all druggists. Sold by. the Postoffice Drugstore =- Remember Ocala big free street the drink of the season. It Invigorates ,
CjC L-A. r '- fair on Naveraber 2-1-2g. ,

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ping has succeeding in cutting out th e I per hear as an additional stimulus, Fine Cutflowers, Roses, Chrysanthemums 1

cows from the care of the youthful I which' most frequently inveigles cattle Carnations etc., etc.
herders and putting them in the I I coming from the country into the Ocala Greenhouse. WE LEAD.

1.*. bITTINGER and COMPANY pound, thereby placing an unjust and : pound. It occurs to us that the Ocala Greenhouse, Phone No. 2.

Proprietors and Publishers.C. 1 unwarranted hardship on the owners. i thought uppermost in the minds of the I

I II|I I In other cases it was only by the interference city council was to make the violationof Captain W. E. Fosnot of Weir Park[

L. BITTINGER, i|i I of grown persons, but disini the ordinance pay for its enforce- has resigned as postmaster at that I

Editor and Business Manager. i-j jT ment. We are aware this matter place! and :ilr. Clements is his successor Mourning Bonnets and Veils.
T j: comes under the head of "nuisance," and the latter has removed the office -I
,I i
R. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. I I'herders. Cattle from the country cometo and as such should be abated, but to his store.

!I,' Taylor's pond for water. As soon classed, as a preventitive on a classof
( ''as seen by the "city pounder" they citizens who are our best friends FOR A BAD COLDIf --._ CAPS.4_
are corralled. Xow, these owners are and customers, why not make it pre- you have a bad cold you need a

: I put to great hardships. The owners of ventitive without attaching a severe good reliable medicine like Chamber-
The Star has been requested to Goods
; say I j I these cattle are friends and customersor penalty to it. Pay a man to keep these lain's Cough Remedy to loosen and relieve New Arriving

r. something about the Impounding ordinance the merchants of Ocala, all their cattle out of town and charge the expense it, and to allay the irritation and
and the hardship it works to innocent ,: is to "good will," .
'.J trading done in this city and their remembering it inflammation of the throat and lungs.
I. parties. It is admitted by all i cattle, instead of being driven to the is impossible in many cases to makean For sale by all druggists. Every Week.
I.i i that the stray hog, goat and cow must : pound, should be headed toward their ordinance one of self support, and

,;. be regulated, but the extent of that I homes, and that would be the last of this should be one of them. Oscar Roller lof for-Palatka today

i regulation Is what hurts. The im- them for the time. A peculiar phaseof 'to begin work as a railroad! man. Os\
. pounder has on various occasions attempted this impounding business is the sal- JUST WHAT YOU NEED I car is a good.bor and the Star predicts Fine Street and Dress Hats.
to take cows from those who ary attached to the work. The i
' city \ for hint a commendable! record and
t : were herding them, in several in- gives so much per diem to the driver, Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver 'success. in whatever he undertake /

(' stances by fast riding and sharp whip-J I and if we are rightly informed, lOc. Tablets -- --. -_ .... -,. /'

.. When you feel dull after eating. A GOOD NAME NEW IDEA PATTENRSGiven '

,I' When you have no appetite. "From personal experience I testi-

t "TEX" "BOB" When you have a bad taste in the fy that DeWitt's Little Early Risersare

, mouth. unequalled as a liver pill. Theyare away. Not more than three to
HOLIDAY GOODSOur When your liver is torpid. rightly named because they give

When your bowels are constipated. strength and energy and do their work each

When you have a headache. with ease.-W. T. Easton, Boerne, family.
specialty is HOLIDAY GOODS, and we have this year the When you fell bilious. Tex." Thousands of people'" are using

largest and most complete line of almost everything for the They will improve your appetite, these tiny little pills in preference to

Holiday Shopper that has ever been shown in Ocala. cleanse and invigorate your stomach, all others, because they are so pleasant (

Our goods were bought right and from the and regulate your liver and bowels. and effectual. They cure biliousness OTHERS FOLLOW
best houses. In and :
quality pricewe Price 25c. per box. For sale by all torpid liver, jaundice, sick head-
can surpass them all. I druggists. ache, constipation, etc. They do not
We have an fine line
J purge and weaken, but cleanse and
Prof. Blake's big dog and pony show strengthen. Sold by Wm. Anderson.
MRS. LUCIE F. B. EATON. =.- ",
will be at Ocala's big street fair, J\fo- -- --,- -
Books -- -
Holiday / vember 2428. ____- BAND PRACTICE --- ..
The best line ever shown in Ocala --4-_- .
There will be a meeting of the Marion '
,r Fire Works Several parties from out in the country Cornet f
tonight. All mem J. STARR STERNBERGERReal \
\ Wholesale and retail. \Ve are the headquarters for Fire Works hired a team horn Standley & Co. I bers are urged to attend.
yesterday and infctr.'ati of bringing i it ,

Fancy ChinaIs back at noon proceeded to drlthe GARDEN SEEDS 3E3st. tte AND Contractor:
our strong point. We have more, prettier and cheaper than any horse to death, an it was only by accident -
Our fall and winter garden and field I
house in Central Florida.
Mr. Stan-Hoy caught up with "
seeds have arrived. A complete line For Rent For Rent or Sale
the parties and brought them to terms
of fresh, pure reliable seeds. Tydings 2 story residence on Pond I The Green farm one mile out on Orange v":
NEWS CO. They were so upish about paying for
&; Co. street, 8 rooms $9 a I I Avenue, a beautiful location, large IDS N
the team that an officer was called and I
month room house and outhouses, being repaired -"v"
G. W. Martin. R. G. BLAKE when they saw it was pay or "Saints'Rest. I'
." they cashed up. Say, did you see the young Jersey now \ A
I cows of D. M. Boney. They are not
I i the "have beens" but what they are For Rent or Sale I For Rent
Out 1 i now. Don't forget, one of them would 2 story residence next door east of Judge Dwelling 3 blocks from-
I A. Gulledge, of Verbena, Ala., was Hocker Oklowaha
make a nice Christmas present for the on avenue II public square ;
I twice in the hospital for a severe casejof I family. Speak for one before they are __ ..NoJ
I piles, causing 24 tumors. AfterJ \
,Y .t' Prescription J doctors and all remedies failed, Buck over.CURED For Rent after November 1st.

-Ie" len's Arnica Salve quickly arrested OF PILES AFTER 40 YEARS
further inflammation and cured him. Crown House and large grounds. Interior lately renovated
DrugsAre :Mr. C. Haney of Geneva, 0., had the f
It conquers aches and kills pain. 25c.I piles for 40 years. Doctors and dollars A nice home
at the Anti-Monopoly] Drugstore. I
could do him no lasting good. DeWitt's
fresh. iWe are filling prescriptions every day The Carbo-Magnetic razor needs no I' Witch Hazel Salve cured him perma- J. STABE STEENBBRGEB :

and gettingjin: new goods every week. Besides honing, and is fully guaranteed by the nently. Invaluable for cuts, burns, ,

we have Postoffice Drugstore. bruises, sprains, lacerations, eczema,
Real Estate and Contractor.
tetter, salt rheum, and all other skin
L I Editors Sherwood and his able
OF EXCHANGE os-I' diseases. Look for the name DeWitton
sistant, Jeff Davis, of the Live FAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
I the package-all others are cheap,
by which we can return anything we find unsala- Democrat, are a good pair to draw to,I i I worthless counterfeits. Sold by Wm. A SPECIALTYLargest I
but magnetic as they are they failed
fcle and for
exchange goods we can sell or use. I Anderson.
to draw enough support to maintain stock of wall paper south of JacksonvilleGe"t

Try our business methods. We are here to please the people. their excellent little daily and it has Robert Taylor, traveling agent of I
been suspended, which is to be regretted. Es"t1"1"'n atee
the Atlantic Coast
Line, left this after-
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE Running a daily paper in a little, noon for Palatka, while Mrs. Taylor

J. W. CASTEL. town, even if it is a bobtail daily, is. and son, Robert, went to Atlanta to
Proprietor. not what it is cracked to be. We
up GET
; j have the latter's eyes treated for granulation. MONEY
know, for we have years of experience.I i I +-- _


the City Market t I One of the most remarkable cases I "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills .....MAKE MONEYNO. .-

of a cold, deep-seated on the lungs(I each night for two weeks has put me

Fresh Meat Poultry Fist and Vegetablesin I causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs.I j i in my 'teens' again" writes D. H. 1.-THREE LARGE LOTS AND GOOD 6-ROOM COTTAGE, OCCUPY.

Gertrude E. Fenner, Marion, Ind., whowas I I Turner of Dempseytown, Pa. They're Ing corner in second ward. Must go at once. Make offer.

Season entirely cured by One Minute "I the best in the world for Liver, Stomach NO. 2.-NICE HOME, LARGE LOT, GOOD CISTERN, CORNER LOT ON

Cough Cure. She says: "The coughing and Bowels. Purely vegetable. Pond St., in third ward. Price, $8>0. Easy terms.
and straining so weakened me thatI Never gripe. Only 25c. at the Anti- NO. 3.-FINE CORNER LOT ON SOUTH THIRD STREET. BEST LOCA.

City and Country Trade SolicitedFree ran down in weight from 148 to 92 i Monopoly Drugstore. tion in town; very high elevation; good shade, etc. Make offer.

pounds. I tried a number OL remediesto NO. 4.-A GOOD INVESTMENT OR HOME. PAYS NOW 12/2 .

Delivery Phone t 2 t no avail until I used One MinuteCough II Rev. J. A. Hendry took President rents. First ward. Buy now on easy terms.

Cure. Four bottles of tis wonderful Walker of the Sutherland Seminaryout I NO. 5.-FINE HOME, EIGHT ROOMS, BATH, ETC., WITH 12 ACRES OF
remedy cured me entirely of the driving this morning to inspect the good land, at North Lake Weir. Price, if sold at once, $300. Buy this

DAY PHONE 117 NIGHT PHONE 39 I cough, strengthened my lungs and restored fine country east of Ocala, includingthe for summer home.
me to my normal weight, health convict farm and the beauties of
CROSBY & HALL I and strength." Sold by Wm. And erSilver Springs. house, barn, etc.; fine pond; fine place for stock. Price, $400.

I I fruit trees; two small houses; two miles on Anthony hard road. Price
GENERAL LIVERYMEN I Mr. J. A. Jordan, the manager of the j I (From the Atchison, Kan. Daily Globe) ?150.
Tampa branch of the Cable Piano!!Ii DOUBLE YOUR COTTAGES,
i This is the season when the woman
now paying $120 yearly in rents..Price, $550.
r-- Company spent Sunday in the city I
Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps I with his wife. Mr. Jordan is a very: II croup who knows is in demand the best in i- every remedies neighbor for

Drummers' Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. persistent worker and honorable competitor hood. One of the most terrible thingsin IF YOU WISH TO BUY
in his business and is meeting I
the world is to be awakened in the
S FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES with gratifying success. Ills latestsale ;j i middle of the night by a whoop from ,. I
is one of the company's best); one of the children. The croup remedies I Can Suit You from a Long List of Property of Every
makes to Mrs. Spellman.
Horses and Mules for Safe. Horses i' are almost as sure to be lost, in Description.
cases of croup, as a revolver is surej .
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. A I F. W. DITTO
4 I DANGEROUS MONTH j i to be lost in case of burglars. There : Real Estate and Fire Insuranceyy&y&YsW&WW&WVW
j nused to be an old-fashioned remedy I Ii
Crosby & Hall I i This is the month of coughs, colds I:i for croup, known as hive syrup and ,
j I and acute catarrh. Do you catch cold ;
i tolu, but some modern mothers say : t- :;,}f"
easily? Find yourself hoarse with a''' '
."'" I that Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy is '
I tickling in your throat and an annoying -I, better, and does ,
; not cost so much. It i I
cough at night? Then, you should+ I i I the i,. i I
I : causes patient to "throw up the j tenthsNIERBINE.
FURNITURE have handy, !! .
Always a bottle of BalI -! phlegm" quicker, and gives relief in
j lard's Horehound Syrup. J. A. Anderson -i. shorter time. Give this: remedy as li: |
i 351 West 5th St., Salt Lake City, I : !
j soon as the croupy cough appears and i i i. r :
Foral1 Seasons t writes: "We use Ballard's HorehoundI ;!; it wlli prevent the attack. It never i iI I s Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
I Syrup for coughs and colds. It gives j I fails and is pleasant and safe to take I
immediate relief. We know it's the! For sale by all druggists.I i I all the |
: best remedy for these troubles. I } pEGOUTEStbelter.SloniapliandBowels I ,

I 1 I write this to induce other people to. I Taylor's velvet ice cream an' Price
tD1s try this pleasant:and efficient remed y': I"
made still on the list. Orders boot
:i5ftc.:; ., and ;if! f Suffer Malaria Biliousness
$1 at the AntiMonopolyDrugstore. : ed for parties, etc. Prices, $1.50+ toper t-1 pURES I I ) Constipation,

I gallon.! Take your choice. I!! f{ from a w Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion. Il

--AT- I i theatre Don't at forget Ocala's the beautiful fair electric\ FOR SALE-.\ first class IOU"; {;ifl f Diseased Every Bc-llte GoarsufeZl! to 6ie! Satisfaction t .
big street November
mare mule; perfectly gentle; will l\ ,\ ; :jAIiGL nOTTL1. SMA.LL DOSE.

E. CsC1 SVUTWS! I I 21-28. i work :anywhere.. Apply'! at Also this twohorsewalcon. \+i Liven Pdce, ,Cents. s.

I!j FOR R.: NT-NYw 7--ooni: house one i I I i \s. Prepared by JAMES F. BALLARD St LoaU. Mo,

Ocala j' Dougherty strt GoodA: of wa- I Tajlor's] candies are as good as ;hej I! = M.'Cp J'1'F >) >M14474f9rllY.}iriIl -: J.l f". 'H
Furniture Co. I'
i I
jttr. Appiy to \. G. Gates. i best; and we keep them always fresh. For sale by the AntiMonopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstore


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