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
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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TilE OLD HEW I Carnations, etc., etc. Novelties in White and Colored Diress Goods.

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and (colder wall: a cold wave in narth- beautiful line of stationery 4Q4 Vl

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WILEY'S CANDY CO We carry a foil and complete line of Men's and Children's Fine g

7t Starr has the ,
contract Fresh stock of Wiley's fine package S72
and Medium :
to paint the following properties: candy just received at W. M. Martin's.THE OCJCO Ready-to-Wear Clothing. .
R. S. Hall's new barn, H. L. Anderson's p.= as b
residence and the dwelling D
neighboring THINGA I Uo
occupied by Mr. Fred G. B. Weihe.

Paint Ocala's is rehabilitation.playing a bright hand in G.rl far Tire and Rubber Machine ; Largest DIM Goods liOlise 11 ScoV4 t
tns-mty.e i.Rlieinauer
............... to set rubber tires,the only one wD
t.. of its kind in the city. No hand work H
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4 AWF.. McAteer the enterprising proprietor can compare with this machine for -cI a0 .. 2E

, Absolutely Pure. of the Ocala Wagon Works, is, service and durability. Blacksmithing :I y O
f I
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE doing a good business, and has not less repairing and horse shoeing a specialty. E r

than fifteen Jobspri" hand. His shop I\, Call on W. F. McAteer at the 1. 4t1

.4 has done such fine shoeing that he had Ocala Wagon Works, Ocala Fla. : & Co. *

to secure an additlonaLliarsaJslioerState ; ,.-'

of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas 5-Z c. SiI' Y ii
Meet me at Taylor's for oysters. Our fail and winter garden and field
Taylor serves those peace makers. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he seeds, have arrived. A complete line I i

Oysters at Taylor's, served to order.C. is the senior partner of the firm of F. of&, Co.fresh, pure reliable seeds. Tydings I i 'SpeJg: HI'eJ JAi tJOJ sp .JdS peJg: i

J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
H. Dame serves oysters In all I I
city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid .
and that said firm will pay the
I guess yes! Meet me at Taylor's for sum, of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS

oysters.Dr. for each and every case of Catarrh Herbine exerts a direct influence on f ".# ".:_", o; :.:s"l', :;;,:r.t.:.: '!'-'bl"i--'l\r':>i 0:,:t.' l ., =t:",--.:, \r-t, .1':_....:..,__ '_ ._ __ -:_,_ 9

B. F. Lisk of Connor was in Ihe that cannot be cured by the use of the bowels liver and Kidneys, purifying -

city today. Hall's Catarrh Cure. and strengthening these organs, .
and maintaining them in a normal con- t
Onion sets for fall planting at Ty- FRANK J. CIIEX Y.

dings & Co.Fleschmann.. Sworn. to before me and subscribed dition of health; thus removing a I I 4

in this 6th day of December common cause of yellow, niothy,
my presence
.Yeast at Taylor's, fresh A. D. 18S6. A. W. GLEASON, greasy skin, and more or less of pimples : '
all the
(Seal.) Notary Public.Hall's blotches and blackheads. 50c at : aI waI "
ice cream will give you the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.The .
Catarrh Cure is taken internally -
satisfaction.Ask Mar4iolla
and acts directly upon the blood
for Dacosta cigar at Taylor's and mucous surfaces of the system. cheapest line of embroidery in I

Da-cost-her 5c.Oysleretts Send for testimonials, free. town can be found at the New Idea, II i
next to :Mclver '
the best in Ocala, at B. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. MacKay. I

Whetstone Co. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Foley's Honey and Tar always stops:

Nervola, the new drink, at Taylor's. Hall's Family Pills are the best. the cough and heals the lungs. Refus .' -"
It invigorates. I substitutes. Sold by the Postoffice HEADQUARTERS FOR

Keep an eye on Taylor's Christmas J. Starr Sternberger's art corps has II Drugstore. .

stock of candies. just completed painting the :Methodist Taylor leads in the up-to-date brandsof r ALL STEEL

church at Anthony, and has done a I cigars, Milo Delo, Grand Royal, Fu- IELO FENCE
Oysters, any style, any time of dayor .I i iOVO !)
evening at Dame's. good piece of work. ma National, Key West Smokers, and I ,
twenty other brands. F
There were fifteen arrivals at the A nice line of ink tablets, scratch POULTRY RABBIT APID LAfJ FENCE.
Moler Barber College, New Orleans,, I ..
Ocala House yesterday. tablets, pencils, envelopes, etc., at W.
La., wants men to learn barber: trade. I
Martin's.: 55 INCH
Cabbage and lettuce grown to orderat See opportunity offered. Free work, Absolute T
If want anything in I ;. efficiency at least expense. SOIlltt: F\ Fi J'rIrs'J, N
the Ocala Greenhouse. you special \ ;'
careful instructions, wages Saturdays, (I A practical fence that will j \j \ j J {''I'
Taylor has those Georgia kisses. Christmas candies give your order to diplomas granted, tools donated post 42INCH /T\ /J\ "' \ 1 1 I' iposItIvelY \;' f
Taylor. He will have it ordered or turn cattle, \ \ \ J A J \ \ A Vj
Try them; 33c.: per pound. tions furnished. Little expense few j- 1 ', '
made for you. horses, hogs and 341NCH 7\ \ 1 nliv\\1\ t
Our {5; cent ink tablet speaks for it weeks completes. Write for particu J I \I

self. The Postoffice Drugstore.Just Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs lars today. pigs. A fence 2BiNCH r '"1 k\/' \t

and colds; reliable, tried and tested, ,.-;..'. n. ,f I'
that -' 11* -
For sick headache Chamberlain's IS stroqg J"I
arrived, cakes cracknells and try I 'l'lr
safe and sure. Sold by the Postoffice IOINCH.. H X r:V
trackers at B. Whetstone Co. Stomach and Liver Tablets; practically everlasting _'
Drugstore.f __ ._________ they will ward off the attack if taken I J tI r j\fr.r-\ t \,4;; i
A beautiful line of sterling silver proven .._._
f ; .
V: 'H11.) "
/Mr. J. H Burton,/the grist m .l man h n time. For sale all -
by druggists. r
goods just received. Ocala Music Co. : thoroughly cffi- \ n\ :J! ;?1 I
f Sparr, was in 0 eitstothi. today and
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Be sure to see the show I ,N111/ '
great ghost
All the new backs in Congress playing / C 1 e n tun d .
id his _tar., e r 4W. icsn 1"7I'o'Z' +s''r ''' .. lfli.b., ...
the '" '
cards 0.- feature of the Pan-American Ex -- ELLWC>ODFiELOTENCUSTAKOAROSrYL rMADEirSIX HEIGHTS '
at the Postoffice Drugstore.
At Taylor's you will find Nevoola, e verypossiblecondition. l
position, at Ocala's big street fair,
Conida's candies, fresh all the time.I the drink of the season. It invigor November 2428. ,_-- .- ...... .-' EVERY ROD OF ELLWOOD FENCE IS GUARANTEED,
Our Christmas order will interest you. ates.

New lot of the fineset palms and Handsome comb and brush and man ."one/Bwh-WrK.residence Zerradski on Fort is King having avenue his j\ If you want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved,call and see the

ferns just in at the Ocala Greenhouse. icure sets, and many odd and prett f painted, the body rite'", witn green'- I \ ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little money you

Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Neil of pieces in silver, solid and Plate? Oca a trimmings, foimlatroa of red b"icK. 1\l can get absolute satisfaction. .

Micanopy, November 13, a 10'round Music Co. / fc\n.- Dosh, the luiih artW for Mclvj"MacKay & J

boy. Take a ride on the Ferris wheel"t an d : has the contract, which: is a.guarantee We aleo carry a foil line of

Fish and oysters always on hand, get off the earth, at Ocala's big street o. ot, work.E. ,

fresh and fine, at W. P. Edwards', city fair, November 242. C. Smith, Funeral Director and

market. ___--- -- Good meals and comfortable lodging .Embalmer. Day phone, Xo. 10. Night

*< J&orn, 'to--Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Oft the Roush House, No. 53, N. Magnolia and Sunday, No. 94. Ocala, Fla. I i SASH DOORS BLINDS.
] :Madame: Mardell the world's
Hall, at Grahamville/November C, .all ] street. I
tl palmist, will read ,
\ your past, present
baby girl. ff
Bartow! Little Bartow! What is I
----- I and future, at Ocala's big street
Acid Cough Syrup the best cough Little Bartow? Don't fail to see Little
fair November 24-28.
remedy on the market, for sale by Bartow at Ocala's big street fair No-I
Dan Baxter the popular clerk for I Cane Mills
Tydings & Co.I vember 2428.Anyone I I Chattanooga ;
Carmichael & Son Co., on the publicsquare .
have just in nice line wishing nice, I
put a of paper a young, graded
made a flying trip to Anthonylast
novels and a few of the new copyright Jersey cow, with first or second Sunday. I -------.t STOCK. tI

novels. W. M. :Martin.: calf, will do well to call on or write D.M. I

Taylor makes hot drinks-Vigoral, Boney, Ocala, Fla. He has about Taylor's velvet ice cream (Taylor i I Jeffords Building
made) still en the list. Orders booked j
Clam and Tomato Bouillon; Hot Chocolate thirty for sale. Any child can handle ,
for parties, etc. Prices $1.50 to $4 i
with Whipped Cream.Lowney's them. They lead like a horse, and all
good milkers. First class cows kepton per gallon. Take your choice. I j .
candies, always fresh, atTaylor's. I
hand for sale the year round. FOR SALE-A first class young
Don't fail to see his: Christmas J
mare mule; perfectly gentle; will ;

stock. work anywhere. Also new two-horss I

The hit of the carnival-:Mitchell's: Professional CardsR. I wakon. Apply at this office.Taylor's I '..- ., '0 .-'., -.' 1..f..1'. ,,'..- '....oli.. ,.no. ,'-.....-._ ,- ., -, r"I ..'- '.'.,.0 .....--;;. ..''-', __". b-'. '--.--'...-.-"'- _- ,. .. ,---- .'
Laughing Parlor. Laugh as you u.i.
I candies are as good as the i.I
laughed before.Do I \
D. FULLER, I best; and we keep tnem,always. fresh j ji I
not fail to read the offer Rliein i I
P. C. Davis and wife, with Mr. D's.
auer & Co. are making on children's I DENTIST mother, left this
morning for Thomas -

and misses' shoes. '- vine, Ga., to spend a week with friends I
Mises -'" Office O'erIunroe: & Chambliss'D I MOIVER & MACKAY
Mamie t Sallie Adams, two"of Bank, Ocala, Florida. I and to combine business with pleasure.

charming young la Ie Rnchelle, are.. I
visiting Mrs. J. W rosbyA, I.
E. CHACE FOR RENT-63 acres, more or less, .
V. Who is Vcrno? the ;great and only J. of first class melon and cantaloupe i i iI '

Verno? You will find out at Ocala's DENTAL SURGEON I land, under good fence, and in sight of i I Ocala Florida

big street fair, November 2428. I railroad station. Also for sale one ,
Office Upstairs Commercial Bank o
J. Starr Sternberger's wall 'paperbrigade small mare mule. J. H. McClymonds,
Ocala, Florida. I
Building II
will renovate the interior of Ocala, Fla. dtf.Don't I

Strauss' saloon in a few days. TERMS CASH fail to see Lunette the flying i Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machinery

WANTED good sound, younghorse. lady at'Ocala's big street fair November ,

Quality must be good and price W. H. MAREAN M. D. 2128. i 1i 1i i

reasonable. :Mare: preferred. Inquireat I i

See this the office.littfe favorite, WIld Rose" HOMEOPATHIC SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND A SURE THING I Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, SUffeys, Cafiagesf

Special attention given to the treatment II
the pet of the children, at Ocala's big It is said that nothing is sure except I
of Chronic Diseases: anJ Di"*- i
street fair, November 21-2S. eases of Women and Children. death and taxes, but that is not Ii

Pure drugs carefully compoundedin Ocala, Fla. I altogether true. Dr. King's New Discovery i iARNESS AtJD SADLY OF ALL KINDS

our prescription department. Ty Office C''eT dings' Drugstore. Office for Consumption is a sure cure !i
hours from S a. m., to 12: m.; I for all lung and throat troubles. I
dings & Co.
I fremp.m.to5p.n.. i Thousands can testify to that. lI r e
Mr. O. W. Reagan of the Ocala! spoke ': sidenre--Xo. 60 X. Slain St., known s.V. 4C'
i| C. B. VanMetre of Shepherdtown, !! Materials Kind and
and rim factory, in company with F. o as the Nash cottage. I Buitding Every? Description
Va., had of
I says1: a severe case:: ; -
A. Teague, left for the Wauchula camp' I |. i
"" Bronchitis, and for a year tried everything

this afternoon. !f DR. E. T. ALLEH H D "ii I heard of, but got no relief.
Don't forget the big Florence One bottle of Dr. King's New Disc

Troupe, the feature of the Barnum i i Eye and Ear 'cry than cured me absolutely:' It IVi8'I',

show, will be at Ocala's: big street faiNovember f In Orala speCialistm infallible for Croup, Whooping Cou b;h'l! "

2428. Grip, Pneumonia and Consumption.Try PHOSPHATE PLANTS

The largest line of linen tablets ever Montezuma Hotel. it. It's guaranteed: by the AntiMonopoly -

displayed in Ocala at the Postoffice Drugstore. Trial bolt!es l I INSTALLED COMPLETE

4 Drugstore, with envelopes to match free. Regular sizes, SOc. and $1. ..

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fi.r MAXIM & GAY CO. Colored Folks' Column .!,

Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor

(INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF SEW YORK.) .. Miss Nora Goldwire is much better.

Don't forget the class
meeting at
.,. Established Three Years. CAPITAL, $50,000. Before the Pobfec Every Day. CURE Zion M. E. church tonight.

tt. Misses Essie Thomas and Estelle

'.t.! MEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO, SARATOGA,' WASHINGTON I x Timmons are quite indisposed today.

The entertainment at Zion M. E.


You said you would. Why didn't
We defy the world to produce a
ft you? What? Pay for Star
your yester
medicine for the cure of all forms of

t, Kidney and Bladder troubles, and all day.L..
: NE"\V ORLEANS. diseases peculiar to women, that will R. Garrison, who has been quite

. equal Smith's Sure Kidney Cure. sick with chills and fever, is decidedly -

No greater opportunity has ever been afforded the American Ninety-eight per cent of the cases better.
racing public to
,, earn a steady income with a small capital than does the treated with Smith's Sure Kidney
Maxim & Co. offer
Gay you at New Orleans, beginning-Thanksgiving Day Nov.' 26. j Cure that have under observation Wm. Warren, who has been in the
come our -
Everybody conversant with the history of the Maxim & Gay Co. knows that at New Orleans it has scored those sensational successes have been cured. We sell city for a few days, returned to Dun-

I which have made its name a household word among patrons of the turf. No record approaches ours for the number of winners named at long our medicine on a positive guarantee,' nellon today.
prices at the Crescent City. Our experts are already on the ground for the
preparing if directions
are followed, and
/ opening. Every indication points to us surpassing our money Dr. D. H. Brown has returned from !
best efforts
in furnishing information from that track, and 'we are again certain will will be refunded if is
we enable of the cure not effect
on small investments there. patrons Company to win steady incomes ed. West Florida, where he has been visIting
relatives. j
Price 50 cents and $1. For sale by
Anti Monopoly Drugstore. Mrs. L. B. Brookins has moved herdress

NETTED making establishment to 116 S.
i : $201. 7ti. > Magnolia street.

KIDNEY DISEASES .Oysters in all styles at all hours.Rates .
Here is a complete statement showing the result of a $10 play on each horse given in our "Discretionary Series" reasonable. Alberstine Smith's
(Note: A capital to begin with of $50 is required! by us, as a matter of during October. r
conservatism, to make a $10 each restaurant next to
> play on horse that is considered Benus' block.
by us a good betting proposition.) are the most fatal of all dis-+
\ October The Woman's Home Mission Convention
.,. 'tI.etlog8..MorrJs Park and Brj htol1. eases.FOLEY'S.
; -- [ will meet at Montague Friday
Day FIRST WEEK. Won Lost. NET DAILY RESULT.Won.. Lost.. KIDNEY CURE III I and :a full attendance is expected.

f;. I-Bol dll,1t1)5,won; Castilian) ,9 to I 5 won; Duelist,lost.................... .... 122: Day. THIRD WEEK. Forw'd U:::! J13; Byarafltiii The North :Magnolia street barbershop
2-0arllman,5 to 2.\\nn. 310o.erl. ... ...... ................................... I-' Rinidf
-JuvenalMaxim,6 1 won; M.Theo, lost; \\ealth.lost.......................... 40 ) 2-P.Astarita,8to5.won, ; I'ol Rogers lost.......... .......... ...... ................ 6 is open and ready to give Its customers -
4-S.Protect,1 to 2,won; ll.Bran,7 to 2,won; 3 losers............................. 10 stone 13to: 10 won; Hermis.Tto 10,won; 1 the best
6--Aurlfsvllll',G to 5,won; :3 losers.... ................................... ............ ;.1-Damon,9tolwonhmergeney,9to9, won; 3losers............................:4i: or refunded. Contains t attention obtainable;
l'. 6-LandoIClover,:5 to 2,won; 2 losers ..................:................;.... ........ 5 IS!: 5 4-Canuhnawaga,6-Hiver w l'irate,8tolwoni Mohanb, lost............ ............................... 20 remedies recognized by eminent
SECOND WEEK, 6-EnrightI to 5.won; alosers.. ...............r:}..................................... 12 I two chairs. Robert Wilson, manager.
the for

1-Faulconbridge.lost.................................................................... Mamie Worth 2 FOURTH WEEK.: as The Afro-American Industrial and
Surmise,lout......................... ......................................... ..... K 10 :-\ ,l2 to to 1,won won;;310l Piquet,ers ,.".).to...2.,.won.....; 39Vuodshade W\ and Bladder troubles. Benefit Association is in a prosperous
3-No play (track conditions uufavorable) ...........................................:
4-Meda,7tolwon! ; 4 losers........................ .. .............................. 80 ( ,;c12 $1j3 PRICE 5Oe. &Ad$'.00.< condition. The manager; J. E. Eman-
T-Charawlnd,4 to 5, won; Dueltat,li to 6,won: Slosers.......... ........... ...... __ Less Losses...... 63 uel, in
Outcomett,9 to 10 won; Tepee to 5, won...... .................<.................*.. 15IUt. Net 1Vinnings....1I11f:! Postoffice Drugstore, Ocala Fla. spares no pains making it a
Less our Commission! pep cent.. .C7.25Net success. He has the confidence of all

: $13 profits on $10 play for month....';!'vl.'j<> the members. We commend him to
1AJ USE TAYLOR'S Cherokee m the public.

We Pick the Winners. Does your horse Interfere or

".-' Remedy of Sweet Gum and c strike? If so, call and give me a trial.
The system we employ to locate winners is identical with that used by "Pittsburg Phil," John A. Drake, John Gates W. Mullen for Carriages. buggies and wagons repaired
i Joe and Langdon Coughs Colds
Yeager, other famous plungers who win hundreds of thousands the turf ,
We on every year, and it proves just as successful. at reasonable rates. H. Harvey,
gather our information ol prospective winners through force LaGrippe. Nature's Great
r a of expert horsemen who hold a watch on the horses in their i two doors south of Powers'
early morning trials, and in that way learn when they are ready to win. grocery.
for all
The money that is played into the game by persistent losers such the Remedy Throat andLtmg James Jackson, who is In the ma
as large mass of uninformed
players bound
are to be
into the pockets of the big operators,.of which the Maxim & Gay Co., representing! a large clientele, stands at the head. The work, go of Troubles. Thoronghlytested chine department of the A. C. L., is
the Maxim & Gay Co. is to place the general public a level with the proving himself worthy of the position
winning plungers, and our success in this accomplishment has for 30 years. 25e.i .
made us famous on two continents.We t he holds in the yard.

do business only on the great racetracks of the U. 50c. and $J. For Sale by
S. We number among our clients some of the best known sportsmen financiers i- First class dress-making, cutting, "*i

and merchants in the country. Investment on the turf is now deemed as legitimate as any other high-class form of speculation., Anti-Monopoly fitting, etc., in the latest styles at reasonable -

The present high standard to which racing-has been brought, and the absolutely good faith in which turf affairs are conducted under t rates. Call and see Mrs. L. B.

auspices of the Jockey Club in the East, and the Western Jockey Club in the West, has inspired millionaire capitalists and business hen A. C. L. CITY TICKET OFFICE Brookins, 49% South Magnolia street.

'-. all over the country with as much confidence in racing as in the stock, grain and cotton markets, and this is one reason why transactionsJ Next to Tompkin's restaurant.
in the betting rings now rival in magnitude those of the stock, cotton and grain exchanges.
Quite a number of the
Another reason for the rapid growth of turf speculation in popular favor is the Tickets to all parts of the United citizens of
rapidity which all transactions
are wound Ocala met at Howard
up. Academy last
The speculator makes his investment at the racetrack in the afteruoon through and receives States and Canada on sale. Schedulesand
us a notification by mail, in a letter guars evening pursuant to the call to look
teed 10 bear a postmark earlier than the race is run, of just what horses are to be backed for his account. By the next mail he is informed routes cheerfully furnished to after matters of vital

of the result of that day's operations and he learns quickly just where he stands. At the end of each week he receives a complete statement prospective travelers by calling or importance. The
of his account with a money order for his profits, less 25 per cent which we deduct as our fee. phoning. Agent for all of the transAtlantic meeting< was largely attended and considerable -

I This gives a wholesome tone to-legitimate turf speculation which cannot be found in the more or less involved transactions of the steamship lines going to any good was accomplished.

I", big exchanges and this is why turfmen live more comfortably and live longer than do men whose involved transactions are on their minds of the European ports. J. C. Maughs, The Jiagnona restaurant, corner of
. day and night, for weeks and sometimes months at a stretch. City Ticket Agent, Ocala House. Magnolia| and Market Sis., is open at

I all hours. Meals and lunches at reasonable -

Our Clients Won a Million Dollar.As THE BEST REMEDY FOR CROUP rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Ruth) managers.

.. As it is well known that our clients Lave collectively won as much as a million dollais at I Matt Hampton has been removed to
asked a sickle race meeting, it is sometimes' (From the Atchison, Kan. Daily Globe)
: "Why do Maxim
not &
Gay simply sit down and back their own selections instead of running a considerable cleiical force and i the hospital by his physician, to have
, I This is the season when the
spending large sums in advertising in newspapers throughout the country ?" woman another operation performed.
The answer is simple enough if one stops to consider the I who knows the best remedies for
and advertising have secured fcituation. Maxim & Gay, by dint cf ability, energy, organization::; capital croup is in demand In neighbor- 'Public, Take Notice!-Will Gordon,
an enormous clientele every
which means the command of immense capital. If we can pick winners for this i im I the famous hustler has
mense number of investors hood. One of the most terrible dye
our profits things
are larger if
we played our own money only, for on a basis of 25 per cent. of winnings, which' business in the
building, where
we charge for information and commission, one man out of four of i i in the world is to be awakened in the
: every cur customers is practically betting for us. The that his"
plan works: for the proof he stands ready to dye, press, clean,
benefit middle
of of the
the public as well is that they win three weeks out of four and our books show that no customer rho stuck night by a whoop from
repair, etc in
to us for two months ever failed to well ahead one of the children. The class style. Ladies
get of the remedies
. game, while not a few of those who now own winning stables of racehorses atod croup
who are cutting an important figure on the turf, began the game as mere novices, playirg our selections through us. are almost as sure to be lost, incases clothing a specialty. Call and see him.

The principle upon which we operate is such that we must of necessity do the best we can for you. Our income as pointed out, is of croup as a revolver is sure Forest Chapman met with better

derived solely from a percentage of the winnings of our clients and if we cannot make you win, our entire income is cut elf. Th t.w.e to be lost in case of burglars. Therenused luck last week than most of the hunt
been successful in making our clients win, is amply proven by the fact that we have prospered for upward of three years, while imi i! to be an fashioned remedy ers. He caught on the fence last Sat-

tators, pursuing more oconomjcal} and less businesslike methods have gone under by the score. Noting the success that was being for croup, known as hive syrup and urday night a large possum weIghing

-, achieved by Maxim & Gay, scores of "get-rich-quick" operators, trifd to break into the field successfully occupied by the older and more tolu, but some modern mothers say twelve pounds.

responsible firm, but it did not take the press and public long to discriminate between the legitimate and the illegitimate, and as a result I: that Chamberlain's Cough Green, the lightning shaver. Call

. in we failure.have continued to flourish uninterruptedly, while in theranks of our rivals there have been scores of enterprises initiated, only to.end better, and does not cost so much. try his shave and hair cut and you

I. causes the patient to "throw up always come. Shave, 10c.; hair

Join Our Winning Army. phlegm" quicker, and gives relief 25c.; honing razor, 25c.; concave

I, shorter time. Give this remedy 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 eclipse_ all l] soon as the croupy cough appears 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 have we. it wlli prevent the attack. It tr&L.; Smith, on West Broadway.

.. If there are more horses at the New Orleans racetrack than ever gathered there before, we have more expert "dockers" and handicap fails and is pleasant and safe to W. O. Bartley, the energetic

pers than we ever employed at any other meeting. They cannot make the game too big for us to handle. We move with the times. For sale by all druggists. of Zion M. E. church, met with
I Al you want to get aboard cur discretionary series, at New Orleans in which we play daily those and only those horses we think yesterday evening. He fell

betting propositions, with the privilege; of not playing any horses at all on days when we consider conditions unpropitious, fill out the CLEANING HATS the back portico of his par-

following if blank and forward your remittance to us at New Orleans as soon as you can. Play will be begun on the first day of the meet I injuring his side and spine.
ing, your money reaches us in time; otherwise, we will begin the the first Panama, straw and relt
should be sent bank play day it reaches us aft r the meeting has begun. JiOney I I, hats for suffering very much from it
... by draft, express money order, or currency in registered letter. Uncertified checks are not accepted. I and women, cleaned by. J. A.

Bro. No. 3. X. Main St.
1 TO MAXIM & GAY CO. (Incorp.) in'S' !: Canal M.,New Organs,La. Some of the most anxious hours of
accordance with the terms of your ad in the Ocala, Fla.,STAR, I enclose............................D-jIlars.! Plea;:e tot: for nif daily :f; a mother's life are those when the little

'................ .....................Dollar*on each selection of your Discretionirv ones of the household have the
'- me day, in letter Serieat the New Orleans raee'nu:: agree toend
every a postmarked before the races are run: ,the of the burs--1 The Louisville & Nashville R. R. of- I
which will b* for There
that afternoon and to send played my account croup.] is no other medicine so I.f
me a statement and
. check weekly for profits! less': 25: '.,, ..
published in the New Orleans per pent of wmnin;; t 1Js are :piarantfecd a-j rers unexcelled passenger service.Iodern ) ,
Morning Newspapers. My account is subject to withdrawal full on demand. I effective in this terrible malady as Fo-
Same I ) trains carrying Pullman sleep- ley's Honey and Tar. It is a house-
J ers up-to-date coaches, free recliningchair
r. ).,. street I hold favorite for throat and lung trou-
cars and dining between
I beSj and as it contains no opiates or
' Town or City Mate Southern and Northern cities. The other poisons, it can be safely given.

THE FOLLOWING SUMs ARE TilE MINIMUM ACCEI'TED FOR I'LAY: I finest dining car service in the South. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.

Fora $-i IIl\yout'achhorse.: .. ................................................. .. .... ) All agents sell through tickets via
Fora: $10 :: :: :: ...... ........ . "''''''' '' $ : For a s'flllayoneachhor.e, : .... .. .. . .. ......... ,
l For a Remit$15 direct to the"Maxim: :::&::Gay:::::Company.;:: : : :. U-.:!-,Canal.. .... .Street:.. : ::New::::Orleans-:-:::::::::All:::::::::: 7 5o> / For Fora: a tlii*">i i.: :: :: :: :: :::.:::::: : :::.::::: :::. :.::::::::':'::'::':':'.:::.::::::::::::'::::.::: SO 1111'; L.For& N.rates, schedules and L.ALEXANDERPractical

and the Maxim & Gay Co. will make all accounting direct tollS clients.; The Maxim account& Gay Co.* received, by the Maxim & Gay Company; will be played: at the track: by the Maxim &:'May 'Co.T .. sleeping
Our friends are cautioned against spending money through the mails without registering. assames all responsibility for a proper execution of its client's order. car reservations. apply to J. M. Fleming -

Florida passenger agent, 206! W.
)> ( !i. -j Bay St., Jacksonville, or C. L. Stone,
j G. P. A.,. Louisville. Ky. estimates made on all contract
O. GRACE wv.nw.nnn.n.W' --....... I work. Gives more and better work lot
I JH1Tir' CREAM 1 I < I I the money than any other man In

; Dealei inRough ..., IIIIL VERMIFUGES! I "From personal experience I testify "

.....J.'Vv,.......<..............,...."'\A.J Kost: in Quan_t1. Best ia Quality. that DeWUt's Little Early Risersare J. A Colyer Bros.
WV(% I
t For 21.1 Years Has Les3 ) EVERYPOTTL
/omRemedies.. unequalled as a liver pill. They
and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried \ GUAP.A:1TEED.
Flooring: GOLD 23Vr ALL 7: :RVGGf3TH.: : 2 I are rightly named because they give Merchant Tailors,

\t' Ceiling and Siding Lathe Shingles and Brick. !2CiiC3! -. JAflJE3 F. SALLAFlD t. LCui s.{ strength and energy. and do their work I Have in stock one of the finest assortments -

Manufacturer of For sale by the Anti Monopoly Drugstore and all other "" with ease.-" T. Easton, Boerne, of suitings for holiday suits
f.'.. r." K leading drugstores:: "
--- Tex. Thousands: of people are using ever presented to the Ocala public.

' Turned Ballustcrs, Casings, Newels, Columns these tiny little pills in preferenceall to Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning,

Door and Window Frames, Mantles, Church Seats Pulpits FRESH MEKTS 7SND CHME others, because they are so pleasant I dyeing and repairing neatly done. Fall

;.. School Desks and Seats Combined and Table, We keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and f! and effectual. They cure biliousness and winter suitings to your liking.
Sausage to be torpid liver, jaundice, sick headache Best suits for the money in town. In-
am constantly receiving lumber and can fill orders for any Caretul attention orders Game and in season. Fresh Vegetables etc. I constipation, etc. They do not spection solicited. No. 3, North Main>

quantities and siZes. l iomptness a Specialty CITY MARKET quick delivery made. i purge and weaken, but cleanse and :St., two doors north of Ocala House,
W. L. '
JONES Proprietor. I strengthen. Sold by "'m. Anderson. I


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EVENING STAR I thing radically]) wrong in this' difference I I AN. ACcfDENT .'

I as Ocala is 100 mites nearer to F&ffUr1
.. __ .., __. iLLNGY
I Petersburg than Jacksonville, but i iI 'about noon when about WE LEAD
E1iT7INGEit and COMPANYroprietos I would it not be well for the said merchant j r Does essential not take into consideration the cne I midway between Silver Springs ana '
to Inform the railroad to woman's happiness-womj -
and Publishers.: commi3iI j i anly health. There is a Oc ala. on their way home, Mrs. Staten -
woman :
I sioners of this! difference and find I many 1
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: I out I'I whose future seems absolutely unclouded and little son, John, four years old, -
from them why this inequality exists. i who is marked her condition
C. L. BITTINGER, I i by own for and Mrs. Staten's invalid sister, firs -
This is what the commission is for future disappointment and distress. :
Charles Rogers, met with
The who what might owning Bonnets and Veils
Editor and! Business woman
: Manager. and it certainly would be some satisfac- neglectsherhealth! easily have proved a fatal accident.

tion to know what they would say is neglecting the They turned the horse out of the road
R. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. about the matter. very foundation of II '
I and he ran into a tree, bringing upwith
all fortune. BABY
good CAPS.
I For without health ; such a sudden stop as to pitch #
It is true,that an Ocala merchant HE COULD HARDLY GET UP love loses its lustre I I'I Mr s. Rogers and the little boy out on

stated at the Ocala board of trade I and gold is but I'I their heads. The horse then movedup
Duffy of Ashley, ilL, writes: dross. New Goods
n-eetlng Friday night that he paid "This is to certify that I have taken Womanly health a short distance stepping on Mrs.Rogers Aching ,
$1.23 freight on a barrel o! godds from two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure may be retained or and the wheels of the buggy

Ocala to St.- 'Petersburg when the and it has helped'me more than any regained by the passed over both her and the boy.

rates on.the same goods from Jacksonville : other medicine. I tried many advertised use Favorite of Dr.Prescrip-Pierce's They were able to get back into thebuggy Every? Week.

% to St. Petersburg was only 95c.I remedies, but none of them gave me tion. Itestabltshesregularity \ and came on home (They occupy -
But when questioned if he had laid any relief. My druggist recommended dries :Mr. Helvenston's residence) and
the matter before the railroad commission the drains which summoned Dr. Van Hood. Strange to
Foley's Kidney Cure and it has curedme. weaken women, 1 Fine Street and Dress Hats.
he said he had not. Now, it is Before commencing its use I was heals inflammation say the doctor could not find that either ,

very evident on this basis of freight in such a shape I could hardly get up and ulcera- were injured to any great extent,
that Ocala would have no show to job 1 when dowrl. Sold tion and cures! **' except some slight scratches on theJittIe .
once by the Post female weakness. IS! f= F: ,
F: goods, and there is certainly some I office Drugstore."TEX" It makes weak
sick women strong, /....,.,;./' rl NEW IDEA PATTENRS
women well. JOE HARNAGE HURT
Dr.Pierce offers$500 reward for women
"BOB" who cannot be cured of the above diseases. I i[
His Joe Harnage, one of the Star's valued -
"Prescription" has been so Given Not more than three to
;: successful in curing thousands of cases employes, while attempting to puta away. >
i HOLIDAY GOODSOur in the past third of a century that he I belt back on the pulley this morning
makes this remarkable offer to show his each f*
confidence. I is the job room had his hand caught .I

specialty is HOLIDAY GOODS, and we have this year the "I have taken' six bottles of Dr.Pierce's Favor between the belt and the rapidly re- -
largest and most complete line of almost everything for the ite Simcoe Prescription Co., Ontario"writes, "and Miss two M Fyfe.bottles of Onllia of the, vMving pulley]] and was almost jerked .
Holiday! Shopper that has ever been shown in Ocala. 'Pleasant Pellet,' as you advised for congestion from the. ladder on which he had
of ,
ovaries ,
uterus ana weakness and can safely
Our :goods: were bought right and from the say that your medicine has been the means of climbed to reach the shafting. He heldon OTHERS
restoring me to good health which a
again I had
best houses. In quality and price not had for over three years,until! taking your valiantly and finally wrenched his: i
we can surpass them all medicine. I thank you very much for your{kind hand free, but the hand and fingers
and prompt attention to my letter asking advice."
\ We have an exceptionally fine line "Favorite Prescription" has the testi- were. badly mashed and strained from .
DOLLS and TOYS, GAMES and PICTURE BOOKS. mony of thousands of women to its com- the severe jerk. Dr. Van Hood was
plete cure of womanly diseases. summoned and dressed the hand and
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear
Holiday Books 1/ut it in splints, where it will have to
complexion and sweeten the breath.
The best line ever shown in Ocala be kept for a week or so.

Fire \LV arks Speaking of the effect of the Jack PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE-. IT J. STARR STERr BERGER
Wholesale and retail. We are the headquarters for Fire Works sonville carnival on the trade of Ocala
Many broad minded
a man in position to know said: "It prescribe
Fancy China took hundreds of dollars:: out of this Foley's Honey and Tar, as they B..eal Estate AND Contractor
Is our strong point. We have more, prettier and cheaper than any town that would have been spent here have never found so safe and reliablea ]
house in Central Florida. reledfor I
but for the carnival:' The same is true lung For Rent For Rent or Sale
of the county, and all lines of business this great medicine. Sold by the I The Green tarm mile
THE OCALA Postoffice Drugstore. 2 story residence on Pond one out on Orange
NEWS CO. have felt its effects, and is still felt, street 8 rooms $9 a I Avenue, a beautiful location, large 10month
but in a less degree. What is true of
room house and outhouses, beiog repaired
G. W. Martin. The big trained wild animal show is -
G. BLAKE Ocala is equally true of other towns i in I now
the state. coming for Ocala's big street fair, November .
For Rent or Sale For Rent

Our A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY 2 story residence next door east of Judge Dwelling 3 blocks from
? Harry A. Mullen, the advance agent
Rocker Oklowaha
on avenue I public square
ol Riddell's carnival street
fair who
Dyspepsia Cure does for the
stomach that which it is h has been posting the town for his
unable to do I f I
PreSCftptiOl1 >- for itself, even when but slightly disordered fciOleft for Palatka this aftenum.Mr. Fo Rent after November \ st

or over-loaded. Kodol Dyspepsia Mullen says the people can dependen
rAre Cure supplies the natural juicesof the cii nival exhibiting all it has Crown House and large grounds. Interior lately renovat-

Drugs digestio nand does the work of the ',I adve'tised, aii'l that the enertain-I|I ed. A nice home

stomach, relaxing the nervous tension if 'I I mint will be a clean and attra--ive: I

fresh.Ve are filling prescriptions every day while the inflamed muscles of that organ -i j,I II ci.e. J. STAJRE STERKBERGER

and getting'in new goods every week. Besides, are allowed to rest and heal. Ko-I'I I I QUICK ARREST ,
dol Cure ,
we have digests whit: you I I
eat and enables the stomach and d i i- J. A. Gulledge, of Verbena, Ala., was Real Estate and Contractor.

A SYSTEM OF EXCHANGE 'gestive organs to transform all food twice in the hospital for a severe case
'I into rich, red blood. Sold by Wm. An of piles, causing 24 tumors. After PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING

by which we can return anything we find unsala- derson. doctors and all remedies failed, Buck- A SPECIALTY
ble and for len's Arnica Salve quickly arrested ,
exchange goods we can sell or use.
Prof. Blake's big dog and pony show I further inflammation and cured him. Largest stock of wall paper south of Jacksonville

Try our business methods. We are here to please the people.ANTIMONOPOLY will be at Ocala's big street fair, It conquers aches and kills pain. 25c.
, vember 24-23. Will give street at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. G-et Estimates.!

DRUGSTORE daily during continuance of the fair. -
The city council meets tonight.

J. W. CASTEL, Proprietor. Captain W. E. Fosnot, having resigned Among other things it will pass on
I as postmaster of Weir Park, will petitions for those who are to make the. ,
devote all his time to his steamer, race for city offices.
W. P. EDWARDS I "Maggie," which now plies the sparkling : Makers of theMilo '%

( waters of Lake Weir, and will JUST WHAT YOU NEED

; At the City Market I touch at all the docks around the saidlake Deyo

and it is the wish of Captain Chamberlain's' Stomach and Liver i sy

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetables I Fosnot to have the owners of the said I Tablets :

docks repair them so the steamer can HIGHEST
I When you feel dull after eating.
in Season reach them.
\ When GRADE.
I you have no appetite. p.
When you have a bad taste in the
City and Country Trade SolicitedFree A DANGEROUS MONTH I I mouth. -AND- jx3 '

This is the month of coughs, colds I I When your liver is torpid. z h
The Celebrated ,
and acute catarrh. Do you catch cold When your bowels are constipated. f
Delivery Phone J2J easily? Find yourself hoarse with a When you have a headache. I "EL TROPICO"

tickling in your throat and an annoying When you fell bilious. Havana r
Cigars .
DAY PHONE 117 NIGHT PHONE 39 cough at night? Then, you should I I I They will improve your appetite: ,

always have handy, a bottle of Bal-I I cleanse and invigorate your stomach, # *
CROSBY lard's Horehound Syrup. J. A. Anderson ; .and regulate your liver and bowels.
HALL 354 West 5th St., Salt Lake City, Price 25c. per box. For sale by all l CHAS. PEYSER Prop.

I writes: "We use Ballard's Horehound druggists.See Ocala Florida.
I Syrup for coughs and colds. It gives
LIVERYMEN I immediate relief. We know it's the Bosco. the wonder 'Tats them

I best remedy for these troubles. I alive.1 At Oeala's big street fair

write this to induce other people to vember 24-:s.:
Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps I try this pleasant] and efficient remedy." I NoHUBBARD & MACDUFf

Drummers' Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. 25c., 50c., and $1 at the Anti-Monop oly> CHARITY I
I Drugstore. I

: FINE VEHICLES FAST: HORSES I I Then gently scan your brother man, I

Don't forget the beautiful electric .I Still gentler sister woman; OCALA, FLORIDA.HEADQUARTERS.

theatre at Oeala's big street fair November Tho' they may gang a kennin wrang,
Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses 24-2S.
To step aside is human
. I .Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. I One point must still be greatly dark, FOR

C. "". Perkins of Boston, Mass., an The moving why they do it;

Crosby & Hall experienced master painter, with his I And just as lamely can you mark AMERICAN FIELD AND HOC FENCE
I"ift-, arrived in Ocala Saturday and I II How far perhaps they rue it.

I !! spend the winter at Mrs. McCrath's. Who made the heart, 'tis He alone
I ss r..01. S5 INCA.I .
I Mr. Perkins will take a fowpainrjrg ': Decidedly can try us;
contracts while here. I II He knows each chord, its various to ae4 h. I 4 I I. s 41 m '
., Each spring, its various bias; = p--e-t 1. i I .I' J 39 r.i. .. a
I MADE YOUNG AGAIN Then at the balance let's be mute, ?4';'h IX. i i t t t r9. r 7
"One of Dr. King's New Life Peach i 11s{ I We never can adjust it; _-"f'(__ f r "i r I r z:r-. ni. i pr. I t 24 1N. .

Foi'all Seasons night for two weeks has put me What's done we partly may compute, ---r I r t r r r r. r t Trs t ; fr;' ..., l WanL I S .
in my 'teens' again" writes D. H. But know not that's resisted. r t--+lyrr :- 5
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I Turner of Dempseytown, Pa. They're -Robert Burns. :: _.f =t u ( ..
I the best in the world for Liver, Stomach :: : -r ,Ii.
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Price : and Bowels. Purely vegetaNever ble.> OF PILES AFTER 40 YEARS I t:1.: : =:: :7
011 St1CaH Regular Style Spccral Hog, Horse snd Cattle Style
S gripe. Only 2oc. at the AntiMonopoly Mr. C. Haney of Geneva, 0., had ; Stage 12 in.or 6 In.apart St1ysI2Ia. or 6 IA.epart
Drugstore.All piles for 4U year Doctors and doll the'I I
could do him no lasting good. DeWitt's; I Made c: large, strong, high-grade steel wires, heavily galvanized.
lovers of good music should not Witch hazel l Salve cured him per ma i Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever-
.--A T-- fail to visit Willard's) famous Temple nently. Invaluable for cuts, burns I I lasting. Never gc_s wrong: no matter hew great a strain is put on it.

of Music, at Ocala's street fair, November bruises, sprains, lacerations, eczema, Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horses, hogs

E. C. SMITH'S 24-28. tetter, salt rheum, and all other skin tnc! pigs.

diseases. Look for the namo DeW ritt
FOR RENT-New 7-room house on on the package-all others are cheap,

Q ;ala Furniture Co. Dougherty street. Good well of i-j I worthless counterfeits. Sold by "rm. by the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how

ter. Apply to A, G. Gates. Anderson. it will ave you money and fence your fields so they will slay ,fenced'r

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Volume 9, Number J34 OCALA, FLORIDA TUESDAY; NOVEMBER J7, 1903, Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yea*'.,

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Titles to Timber Lands In the
Circumference the
ANDBuckwheat I of Endless Chain '

Conflicting ClaimantsA Binding Chicken Hawks to Morality

Flout lady came to Ocala last week to ROLLER "Er-H'm! Mister Speaker," began I Stomach z

see about selling the timber on land the moss- grown member from Shell

IN BULK. she had homesteaded some fifteen back county, rising in his place in the I
S5HOES. midst of the Arkansas :P;
legislature. "I
Also a full and complete line ofI years ago and on which althoughnow '
I ask:: for the passage of this yere hen-
non-resident, she had paid the ilroublesi
hawk bill 'o mine in the interest of religion -
taxes regularly, only to find another
Fancy good morals and civilization."If ,
I held a deed to the said property. In
' : we don't have a law payin' a /
1 1891 a promoter was forming a big
PATENT LEATHER AND VICI bounty for killin' tem, nobody will kill
in bulk and packages. phosphate company, and among the
hen-hawks; if nobody kills the hawks
eo- lands he secured to put Into the combine Icura'dbyI
the fetch-taked hawks will kill the
New this week inJ2 was this homestead, with the un
FOR BOYS. chickens; if we don't have no chick- j,
derstanding that if the trade went all i j
Bottles ens we won't have no preachers aftfer'a
right she was to have $4000 for the
little while, and whur theere aijf't no

land.person The in question movement called failed at the and promo-the THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE 00.I preachers there ain't no religion" and "OL '

i Maraschino Cherries ter's office to get back the papers shehad ,. whur there ain't no religion there ain'tno
I morals; without good morals thereain't
executed for this deal but not -'

finding him in, the matter was drop- no happy homes, and happy *DYSPEPSIA CURE '
Maraschino! Pineapples BARLOW MINSTRELS A RUE BARGAINSam homes is the bullyworks of tne state- ..
ped. The lady moved away and in
without 'em, Mr. Speaker, our boasted
I ..
time she got inquiries from parties desiring Under all curable conditions 1
AND the land for turpentine Barlow Bros.: great minstrels will M. Davis of Juliette has boughthis civilization becomes a howlin' wilderness '

purpos-I be at the opera house on the night of turpentine location back from R. For the preservation of civiliza- Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs.W.W. Lay "
es, which privilege she sold. In
9 a year Nevada,0., ler of Hilliard
November 27. This fine minstrel L. Ivey, to whom he tion we've got to have nappy homes in '
Creme DC Menthe sold it a month
Cherries, or so other parties, desiring to use the : cured by Kodol Pa., was curedof
timber wrote to her about it, and she company always draws a big house.A ago for $40,000.A our midst, and in order to have 'em of stomach Chronic
we've got to have good morals; good trouble which Dyspepsia by
thought she would here
at come and see
morals depend upon religion, and to, had effected i the use of
Investigation disclosed the STARTLING TEST his heart Kodol.
I have religion we must have preachers,
TEAPOT GROCERY. fact that the deed she had given to the t
-:- i
and it
'pears like preachers have
land in 1891, conditionally, had been To save a life Dr. T. G. Merritt ofNo. J. N. Patterson, night policeman of just ,

.. filed for record in October, and the > Mehoopany, Pa., made a startlingtest Nashua, la., writes: "Last winter I natchally got to have chickens; if wewant''em

party recording the said deed had disposed resulting in a wonderful cure. He had a cold on my lungs and tried at to have chickens we must -
0 slay off the .awks, and in order to
of the timber. As it stands it is writes: "A patient was attacked with least half a dozen advertised cough
the hawks slew we are fo'ced to make
a very complicated case, and whether violent hemorrhages, caused by ulceration medicines and had treatment from two
it to the interest of
somebody to kill
the party who made a conditional deedto of the stomach. I had often physicians without getting any bene a

..a.T. the land, which condition was never found Electric Bitters excellent for fit. A friend recommended Foley's 'em. No bounty, no chickens; no

carried out, will institute suit to have acute stomach and liver troubles, so I Honey and Tar and two-thirds of a bot chickens, no preachers; no preachers, iz

W. Troxler, Agent for Huyler's her wrongs righted is a question for I prescribed them. The patient gained tle cured me. I consider it the greatest no religion; no religion, no morals; no HODOLwhstYouW .

Candy. Fresh Shipments Received the future to decide.THANKSGIVING I from the first, and has not had an attack cough and lung medicine in the morals, no homes. Therefore, I ag'in Di
Weekly. in fourteen months." Electric world." Sold by the Postoffice Drug ask that this yere bill o' mine be pass Sold by WM. ANDERSON, Ocala
I store. ed."-Tom P. :Morgan in PUCK. 3
.". PROCLAMATION II Bitters are positively guaranteed for

I I Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipationand t

SPECIALBANISTER State of Florida, Executive Depart- I I I Kidney troubles. Try them. Only The grandest sight of all is the statue WORM DESTROYER 3

ment: I 5oc. at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. turning to life, at Ocala's big street ForWATCHES !

fair, November 2428. White's Cream Vermifuge not only '
It is meet that we should, as a God- And
SHOES, $3.50. YOU kills worms, but removes the mucousand
loving, God-fearing people, recognize I: Remember Ocala big free street Taylor received November 9, a barrel ,
HAVE HEARD OF THE BANISTER I slime, in which they build their REPAIRSGO
at all times our dependence upon him fair on Navember 2428. of fresh limes.
nests. It brings, and quickly, a healthy TO-
SHOE FOR MEN, SURELY? PERHAPS for the many precious gifts he has
I condition of the body, whereworms
YOU HAVE PAID $5 OR $6 vouchsafed to us, and bow before him I F G. B. WEIHE
cannot exist. 25c. at the AntiMonopoly -
FOR A PAIR AND GOT YOUR MON with humble, thankful hearts for the ro- 0 b
blessings he has abundantly bestowed JUDGMENT Jeweler,
upon us.Time.
INTo''THE RACKET COM in its steadfast round, has S STACHELBERG'S S -".---- ---_." -, ....

PANY'S STORE SOME DAY YOU again brought to us the bountiful har- CIGARSCostliest .

CAN GET A PAIR FOR $3.50, FRESH vest season ,with its traditions and EDWARDS
FROM THE FACTORY. NEW GOODS! sweet memories. It is a beautiful and I Because Best. .m

blessed custom that sets aside one day t .
in each year as a day of special I AT THE CITY MARKET
ONLY ONE PAIR SOLD TO A thanksgiving and prayer to Almighty I j To be had of C. E. Taylor, T. W. Troxler, Ocala tFI

CUSTOMER. God for his manifold blessings, his House Sicf. R. Whaley Store Wholesale
I Anti-Monopoly Drug Ocala Leading \I Retail Butchets
watchful care, guidance and protec- I
News Co., Postoffice Drug Store.A .
CREAMERY BUTTER tion. To the people of our state this I '

The Carmichael & Son Co. keep: has been a year of marvelous prosperity WESTERN AND CHOICE FLOW MEATS

constantly on hand, receiving a fresh of progress, contentment and development -
"He de what
man swaller de
supply every two days, delicious, puGeorgia re a year: crowded with blessr
whale, rtat's who Jonah is." OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
creamery butter, 25 cents p
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. Now, therefore, in conformity with Arkansas.Darkey Gives.Reason "Swaller de whale. Huh! Whar dat FREE DELIVERY. TELEPHONE lOa ;

the sacred customs of the founders of Why He Should Hail From the Jonah come f'om?" I ..J
""-, APARTMENTS FOR RENT I our country, and in accordance with Old Dominion "He come f'om Vaginny, I reckon. I

the t proclamation of the Wheffohe you askin' dat?"
Nicely furnished apartments flight ir president of It was on a street of Camden, Ar-
I the United States of America, I, William "F'om Vaginny. Huh! I reckon datjes' AT
housekeeping; also a few furnished kansas, that Sambo met his colored OUR BANKIn
so. Dem big mouf Vaginny nig-
rooms. Apply to J. Starr Stern h S. Jennings, governor of the state brother Joseph.
berger. of Florida, do hereby designate Thursday gars always was h-1 on fish..
"Hello, Joe," said he, "Wheh "allbe'n
And, sniffing
contemptuously, the
the 26th day November, A. D.
J. H. Shield's big show has been especially : 1903, as a day of rest from our usual this ev'nin( ?" unregenerate Sambo went his wicked Ocala you will find a room prepared for vis-
"I b'en to chu'ch, that's whar I ,
engaged at enormous expense'for occupation, to be observed by thanksgiving be'n." way.Exchange. itors to write or transact private business. Also 4

Ocala's big street fair, November praise and prayer, to the Supreme -
24-2S. Ruler and Creator of the Universe "What )"all leahn theh?" I There is no cough medicine so popular some one ready to give general information fits

"What I leahn theh? I leahn 'bout as Foley's Honey and Tar. It about the
for the blessings we have receiv- con- town, advantages and the bank-
Meet ed, and by supplication for a continuance Jonah, that's what I Jeahn." 0 tains no opiates nor poisons and never
at business
me Taylor's for hot drinks ing ofMUNROE
of that guardianship that has I "Huh" Jonah. Huh! Who dat Jonah fails to cure. Sold by the Postoffice

kept us in the past. On that day let I ? I Drugstore.

Fall and Winter each church, each home, each heart .I & CHAMBLISS.CELERY .
be an altar of praise to him who has -

Styles Now In bestowed his choicest blessings uponus. .


To be a truly great a truly good >
Handsome line of I INSURANCE
piece people we must be a truly religious AT ,

goods in stock for suits, people. May the public conscience be

trousers and overcoats.We quickened the power to and a profound goodness recognitionof of God. Th Hou8s}H[ HALL & RAWLS,

IIBnts You i
are up-to-date in material May we advance in piety, morality Innt 8 night'A l AGENTS FOR

and workmanship.All and intelligence. May His protecting
hand guide and keep alive within us, Standard Fire Insurance Companies and Penn Mutual

orders skillfully and faith in Him, love for our free institutions New Line of Life Insurance:Co.LIFE. '. t

promptly executed, work and patriotic devotion to duty. :

j fully guaranteed. May the choicest blessings of a merci GINGHAMS AND PERCALES.We FIRE !

ful Father be showered upon the whole

Respectfully, people, and may His hand lead and have JUST opened them up and put them on dis Rooms 7 and 8 "

Jetty Burnett, keep us in the path of righteousness play. They are of the finest (York, Maine), weave Merchants Block ,. ;

forever.In .
and beautiful. "
are '
Merchant Tailor. witness thereof, I have hereuntoset Ocala f
-:- -:- -:- -:m : Florida.

One Door North of Masters' my hand and caused the great seal F .o.SCINA d GRS r .

of the state to be affixed. -- 4
Done at the city of Tallahassee, this IN

the ninth day of November, in the -00 -00 -00 -00 -00 -00 -00 -00 '
-- aILK: .A.NfD: : VV"OOL.-- 0 '
WANTEDFive year of our Lord one thousand, nine I

hundred and three, and of the Indepen A "warm baby" is a HEALTHY one. f 0Commercial Bank f'f'C I.I

dence of the United States, the one I i
I in our baby's
hundred to One hundred and twenty-eighth. BRANCH OF 0
(Great Seal.) William S. Jennings, HOODS I I -

Thousand Head of Governor. C COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE o' _

Hogs. AddressW. FOR A BAD COLDIf CAPITAL $50.00q.oo >' .
I and BOOTEES. ,

A. PELOT, you have a bad coM you need a I ? INTEREST PAID ON TIME. DEPOSITS ?
good reliable medicine like Chamber- !'
Supt. Marion Farms. -3
-- --- I laIn's Cough Remedy to loosen and relieve -1! HeB.MASTEBS o DOtS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0

I it, and to allay the irritation and I t RECEIVED. lOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT I Id

FOLEYSHONEY R I inflammation of the throat and lungs i i AND SOLD 0
Cures Colds:Prevents Pneumonia>> I For sale by all druggists. 1' OCAL.! I Io.
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