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The Ocala evening star

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

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

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Abstract:
The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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I:: INSUR I NCE 9w. l W. J. Edwards J. L. Edwards I I REDDICK v :


Aggressive Steps in the Temperance L1

w. HALL & RAWLS, EDWARDS BROTHERS Movement

", There wpl be quite a large acreagein
i ) AGENTS FOR Vegetables. the coming season. Mays
ALL KINDS OF WESTERN MEATS
brothers\ will work fifteen head of
Standard Fire Insurance Companies and Penn Mutual mules,in r:'watermelons and cantaloupes
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OYSTERS -
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Life Insurance Co. and Boynton and Sanders will put in

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e. several hundred acres besides several

> ; FIRE I LIFE Slaughterers and DealersFlorida in, other smaller firms who are busy mak

ing preparations for the same. Bone Pains, Itching, Scabby

Rooms 7 and 8 Stall Fed Beef We will say, however, our people Skin Diseases.
Swellings, Carbuncles
Plmplei, Scrofula
Merchants Block. are not entirely taken with vegetables
up ; Permanently cored by Ming Botanic Blood Balm. It

Ocala . Florida. but find time to discuss the i destroys the acttre Poison In the blood. If you hatt
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OCALA FLORIDA I aches tad pans in bones back and joints Itching
..k.r coming contest between the "wet and Scabby Skia,Blood feel tot or thin Swollen Glandt

------- -- .. dry. A very interesting meeting was Risings and Bumps on the Skin Mcccs ratchet la
held at the Methodist church on the Mouth Sore Throat, Pimple, or offeusto eruption,
Coppcr-Colored Spots or rub on Skin all nn-down or
evening of the 15th at which the sentiments Hennas,Ulcers on any part of the body Hair or Eye
of the brows falling out.Carbuncles or Bolls,tab
community were voicedin
Botanic Blood Balm, guaranteod
MAXIMINCORPORATED no uncertain language. The ques to cure even the worst and most deep aeated cases where
tion for discussion was: "How maywe doctors patent medicines,and hot sprints tslL Deal
all sores,stops all aches and pains,rednres ah swellings,
assist in abolishing the saloon?" nukes blood pure and rich completely chancing the
Our plan advanced was to do all we entire body into a clean,healthy condition. B. C. B.
( UNDER TIlE LAWS OF TIlE STATE OF NEW YORK. has cured thousands of cases of Blood Poison even after
to
: ) can gain public sentiment for prohibition reaching the last stapes..

and as it is no question that Old Rheumatism, Catarrh, Eczemaare
Three
i Established Years. CAPITAL, $50,000. Before the PublIc Every Day. the have caused by an awful poiscned condition .f the
/ I newspapers more power to 11:0041. B. B.B.stops Hawking and Spitting,Itchier
create sentiment than any other agency and Scratching! ,Aches and Pains; cures Rheamatism,

NEW YORK NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO, SARATOGA, WASHINGTON that the Christian people everywhere -( Blisters Catarrh! foul heals festeflng.80m all Scabs, Scales of Eczema, Eruptions: ; by,giving Watery: a

i be: called on to ask themselvesif pure,healthy blood supply to affected parts.

t- REFERENCES: ANY BANK OR BANKER IN NEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO: SARATOGA OR WASHINGTON. they can consistently encourage the Botanic Blood Cancer Balm Cures Cured Cancers Of til Klada',

publication: of a paper that 1 is hostile SapjDfatisf! Swellings, Eating Sores, Tumors, uyiy
.. -...r.. I to the temperance cause. As the Uicen. It kills the Cancer PUll on and heal the sore
'f. or worst cancer perfectly. If you have a perdttentPimpla
county papers have access to the homeof
Wart, Swellings, Shooting Stinging Pains
r vIN AT NF3W ORLEANS. nearly every citizen they should bon e take lilDOd Balm and they wUl! disappear before they
the side of right or be excluded. develop of Ints Cancer. Many apparently LopeSea ctsca
cancer cured
A by UHrg Botanic Blood Balm.
I It was also urged that we, as a body
No greater opportunity has ever been afforded the American racing public to earn a steady income with a small capital than does the OUJt UUAICAXTUU.
,. lof Christian reople, support no candidate Uny n large bottle fur Si, of any
Maxim & Gay Co. offer you at New Orleans, beginning Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26. druegUt, take a*directed. Kotunic
I for any office in the coming election Hood Ul111I(ll.U.ll.l always cuivu

Everybody conversant with the history of the Maxim & Gay Co.,knows that at New Orleans it has scored those sensational successes If when the right quantity U taken.

which have mad its name a household word among patrons of the turf. No record appioaches ours for the number of winners named at long I whom we do not believe to be a funded promptly not eared be wlth..... your/ .laanejr* will
Christian especially]] those who / t/ft
prices at the Crescent City. Our experts are already on the ground preparing for the opening. Every indication points to us surpassing our make aspireto cot argument.(AjZCVd. UjOiMJuCOI
laws.
our Judging firon the
best efforts in furnishing information from that track, and we are again certain we will enable patrons of the Company to win steady incomeson ItotantcitloodTalmn.il.lIs
small investments there. present outlook there will be no question Pleasmtandaatetotake. Tbortnpbly tested forSO,".
Composed of Pure Botanic Ir.grwlifcnti.
Strengthen
as to results of a wet and dry weak kionpva aid weak ,ttomart'fi liPS dn Plta.
Complete directions! go with each bottle. Ruiupia
('on'('bt in this precinct. or ll.II.ll. and Pamphlet bent Free by
writing Blood: balm Co.,Atlanta(la. De Acnhe
you
Our public school Is doing excellent trouble and special free medical advice, to suit our
$00 NETTED $2o1.Here ) work this term. ease also KM in TOT tealeU sale letter.by the '

Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fid.]
.' is a complete statement showing the result of a $10 play on each horse given in our "Discretionary Series" during October. THE BEST REMEDY FOR CROUP .

I (Note: A capital to begin with of $50 is required! by us. as a matter of conservatism, to make a $10 play on each horse that is considered once of which Rev. J. M. Deas, the .

by us a good betting proposition.) ,
is
(From the Atchison, Kan. Daily Globe)) pastor, secretary.
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October
Meetings--Morris Park and Brighton. .
This is the season when the woman We will surely be looking after our
i NET DAILY RESULT,
Day. FIRST WEEK. Won Lost. NET DAILY Won.RESULT.Los who knows the best remedies for collection department on tomorrow

I-Bobadll.j to 5,won; Castalla n.9 to 5 won; Duelist,lost..................... .....|a Day. THIRD WEEK. Forw'd J122! $43 croup is in demand in every neighborhood. and Monday. It Is not "See George!" \
arsman,6to2won, 3 losers.......... ... ... ................................... *5 1-Astarita,8 to 5.won; Pol Rogers, lost........................... .................. 6' One of the most terrible things! It! Is "See the Editor!"
S-JuvenalMaxira,6tol won; M.Tht'o. lost; Wealthlost.......................... 40 2-P. Stone,13to 10.woni; Hermis, 7to 10.woni 1 loser...........................,.... 10
4-S. Protect 1 to 2:won; M.Brant,7 to 2,won; 3 losers............................. 10 Damon,3 to 1,won; Emergency to 9. won; 3losers............................. 45 in the world is to be awakened In themiddle First class dress-making, cutting,
i-Auriesville,6to5won3losers.. ................................................... 18 4-Uanuhnawaga,6. won; 2losers.. .....................................,..........
ft-Land of Clover 5 to?, won; 2 losers...................................... ......... 5 5-River Pirate,S to 1,won; Moharib, lost............. ............................... 20 8 of the night by a whoop from fitting etc., In the latest styles at reasonable
\ '. Enright,9 to 5.won; S losers.....-......... ...,..................................... 12 one of the children. The croup remedies I rates. Call and see Mrs. L. B.
SECOND WEEK .
IFOURTH WEEK. i are almost as sure to be lost, Incases Brookins, 49% South Magnolia street.
1-Faulconbridge,lost,....................%............................................oo 10 1-MamieWorth.2to5won ; Piquet 9 to 2, won; lloser......................,"......
2-Surmise,lost..... .......... ..................................oo.. ..... 10 2-Woodshade,12 to 1won; losers .... ............ ....................... 39 90 I of croup, as a revolver is sure Next to Tompkin's restaurant.
S-No play (track conditions uufavorable).............................................. .oo .oo..oo. 3,1 to be lost in of
4ledal..7to1,won; 4 lowers............- .......... .. .................:............ 30 1332JLess 6 'I case burglars. Therenused Rev. W. 0. Bartley desires to return
f-Charawind,4to5won; Dut'l1st.llt05.won:310sers........... ......... .. ...... I Losses.. 63 to be an old-fashioned remedy thanks to Mrs.
"-Outcome,9 to 10 won; TepeeS to 5, won...... .... ................................ 15II122 Net Winnings.. *:!ijl! W. P. Haisley for the
Less our Commission,25 per cent.:. ...67.25! I for croup known as hive syrup and kind donation of 23 benches, as a gift
$j3 Net profits on $10 play for month..-.$2ui.7a": -I tolu, but some modern mothers say to Zion M. E. church.

We Pick the Winners. that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is The Magnolia restaurant, corner of
better, and does not cost so much. It
Magnolia and Market Sts., is open at

The system we employ to locate winners is identical with that used by "Pittsburg Phil," John A. Drake, John Gates, W. Lang- causes the quicker patient, and to gives"throw relief up In thephlegm" all hours. Meals and lunches at reasonable

don, Joe Yeager, and other famous plungers who win hundreds of thousands on the turf every year, and it proves just as successful. i shorter a rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J.

F We gather our information of prospective winners through a force of expert horsemen who hold a watch on the horses in t ieir II time. Give this remedy as Ruth, managers.

early morning trials, and m that way learn when they are ready to win. soon as the croupy cough appears and There will be a mass meeting of the

The money that is played into the game by persistent losers, such as the large mass of uninformed players are bound to be, goes I it will prevent the attack. It never citizens of Ocala in the interest of

into the pockets of the big operators, of which the Maxim & Gay Co., representing a large clientele, stands at the head. The work of fails and is pleasant and safe to take. Howard Academy held at Mitchell Hall

the Maxim & Gay Co. is to place the general public upon a level with the winning plungers, and our success in this accomplishment has For sale by all druggists. 'on the night of the 30th at 8 0' 1ock.

made famous two continents.We .
us on Everybody is invited to attend. '
do business only) on the great racetracks of the U. S. We number among our clients some of the best known sportsmen, financiers Colored Folks' Column *Public Take
Notice!-Will Gordon
and merchants in the country. Investment on the turf is now deemed as legitimate as any other high'-class form of speculation. ,
The present high standard to which racing has been brought, and the absolutely good faith in which turf affairs are conducted under the the famous hustler, has opened his dye

auspices of the Jockey Club in the East, and the Western Jockey Club in the West, has inspired millionaire capitalists and business men I.I Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor business In the Lloyd building where

all over the country with as much confidence in racing as m the stock, grain and cotton markets, and this is one reason why transactions he stands ready to dye, press, clean,

in the betting rings now rival in magnitude those of the stock, cotton and grain exchanges. Matt Hampton continues very ill. repair, etc in first class style. Ladies

Another reason for the rapid growth of turf speculation in popular favor, is the rapidity which all transactions are wound up. He is still in the hospital. clothing a specialty. Call and see him.

The speculator makes his investment at the racetrack in the afternoon through us and receives a notification by mail, in a letter guaranteed Keep a lookout for the Odd Fellows' There will he a fine concert at Cov

v> 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 informedof entertainment early in December. enant Baptist church Thanksgivingnight

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 E i, November 26. Refreshments
E. Tibbs'
wood is
yard the place to
of his account with a money order for his profits, less 25 per cent. which we deduct as our fee. I will be served. Admission lOc. The
This gives a wholesome tone to legitimate turf speculation which cannot be found in the more or less involved transactions of tQc get supplied with wood at reasonable public is cordially invited to come and.

big exchanges, and this is why turfmen live more comfortably and live longer than do men whoso involved transactions are on their minds, I rates.. aid the church.

t', day and night for weeks and sometimes months at a stretch. The Ocala Bazar is a revolving pa *L. Green, the lightning shaver. Call
orama of Christmas goods. Call! and
'I. and try his shave and hair cut and you

Our Clients Won a Million Dollars.As be convinced. will always come. Shave, 10c.; haircut
Rev. T. J. D.
Cummings, pastor of
25c. .
; honing razor, 25c.; concave.
it well known that the Leesburg A. M. E. church is in the I razor 75c. All work first class. No
is our clients have collectively won as much as a million dollars at a single race meetirg: it is sometimes
asked : "'V by do not Maxim & Gay simply sit down and back their own selections instead of running a considerable clerical force and 1 I city on business. long delays; two chairs. Next door to

spending large sums In advertising in newspapers throughout the country Keep in memory that Mt. lint!a h Alberstine Smith, on West Broadway

The answer is simple enough if one stops to consider the situation. :Maxim & Gay, by dint of ability, energy, .organization, capital Baptist church will give the poor a By request of Dr. D. H. Brown, pas-

and advertising, have secured an enormous clientele, which means the command of immense capital. If we can pick winners for this i immense Thanksgiving dinner. tor of Mt. Moriah Baptist church and

number of investors, our profits are larger than if we played our own money only, for on a basis of 25 per cent. of winnings, whichwe : Don't forget the grand concert at several others, Rev. J. E. A. Keeler

charge for information and commission, one man out of every four of our customers is practically betting for us. The proof that this j, Mitchell's Hall on Thanksgiving t.Fill preach at the above named church

plan works for the benefit of the public as well is that they win three weeks out of four and our books show that no customer who stuck: You will surely enjoy yourself. Sunday morning at' 11 o'clock. A full

1r to us for two months ever failed to get well ahead of the game, while not a few of those who now own winning stables of racehorses and I in all attendance is solicited.
Oysters styles at all hours.
i who are cutting an important figure on the turf, began the game as mere novices playing our selections through us. I
Rates The Peninsular
reasonable. Industrial
"Alberstine Smith's Insurance
Tho 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
I! restaurant next to Benus' block Company is In a very healthy condi-
: derived solely from of the of clients
a percentage winnings and
our if we cannot make :you win, our entire income is cut dF. That we
have been successful making our clients win, is amply proven by the fact that we have prospered for upward of three years, while imitators I Mrs. Alice Moseley of Juliette died tion. It has a very strong backing of

pursuing more economical and less businesslike methods have gone under; by the score. noting the success that was being i at Rev. Field's home in Marti City last $:;;0.000 capital. You risk nothing In

achieved by Maxim & Gay, scores of "get-rich-quick" operators, tried to break into the field successfully occupied by the older and more I night. She will be buried today. ,joining such a company, as they are

., responsible firm, but it did not take the press and public long to discriminate: between the legitimate the illegitimate, and as a resultwe [reliable and have a good manager of

;': have continued .to flourish uninterruptedly, while! in the rams of our rivals there have been scores of enterprises initiated, only to end | | this branch in the person of. S.. P.
in failure. > Brockington.

Join Our Winning Army.


The greatest race meeting m the history of the South begins at New Orleans on November 26th. In magnitude it will eclipse al

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

If there are more horses at the New Orleans racetrack than ever gathered there before, we have more expert "clockers" and handicap

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.

If you want to get aboard cur discretionary series, at New Orleans, in which we play daily those and only those horses we thinlj

Al betting propositions, with the privilege of not playing any horses at all on days when we consider conditions unpropitious, fill out thr

following 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 meet1ng IHIDNI

if your money reaches us in time; otherwise, we will begin the play the first day it reaches us after the meeting has .begun. Monexshould ..

be sent by bank draft, express money order, or currency' in registered letter. Uncertified checks are not accepted.TO I
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MAXIM & GAY CO. (Incorp.) {' s Canal St., New Orleans, La. !I .

t In accordance with the terms of your ad In the Oeala, Fla., STAB, I enclose......................... ..D lars. Please bet for me daily 3ZZ:: : i ii
i Has Cured Thousands, Will
4 .... ....... .. ... ..... .. ...... ........Dollars: on each selection of your Discretionary Series the Sew You Cure You
at Orleans races. to I
agree If troubled with
send me every day. In a letter postmarked before the races! are run, the names of the horse which will be played for my account you are Kidney or
that afternoon and toendmea statement and check weekly for profits.less:25!: per cent of winnings.; Post odds are guaranteed as Bladder troubles, such as Dropsy,
published In the New Orleans Morning ew5papers. My account is subject to
withdrawal
in full on demand.
Disease
; Bright's Catarrh, Gravel of
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Name | the Bladder, Albumen in Urine and

I unhealthy deposits, or too frequent
StreetTito I discharge of the urine, pain In the
City State. back and bladder, dropsical swelling

of the feet and legs etc., etc, we- .
THE FOLLOWING SUMS ARE TIIE MINIMUM ACCEPTED FOR PLAY: !
Fora $'> play on each horse ........ ............. .. ......... ... ...... .... ................ .. J25 For : guarantee that by using Smith's Sure
.. .. .. aJO! play on each hor-e . .. ... .,. ... ..... .. ........... I
For a $10 .. ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ....... .... .. . .. .. II' Kidney Cure
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*For a ila .'. .. .. .' ... ....... 50|OAvic Fur a ;?tat.IJ"" .. ......:::::. :.:. :.:: :. :. ............ ............. .. '25 I effected. ; a complete cure will be

k; I.') and the Our Maxim direct& Gay to the Co.Maxim will make& Gay all Company accountings,lrJ8 direct Canal to Street.its clients.New Orleans.The Maxim All accounts& Gay Co.received,assumes by all the responsibility Maxim & Gay for'Company a' proper will execution be 'played of Its at the client's'track order.by the Maxim & May Co fJRemit \> Price 50 cents and $1. For sale by- I
friends
are cautioned against sending money through the mails without registering. Anti-!Iori\>poly, Drugstore.. I
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OCALA OCCURRENCES WEATHER FORECAST Fine Cutflowers, Roses, Chrysanthemums -

I Carnations, etc., etc. ; Novelties in White and Colored Dress Goods.,

Washington, Nov 20.-Fair in north Ocala Greenhouse.
Fish roe at the Teapot. Ocala Greenhouse Phone No. 2. ,, .. '
ern, showers in southern portion tonight : I iii"" : J;

Meet me at Taylor's for oysters. and Saturday; rising tempera- ... I ..

Meet me at Taylor's for hot drinks. ture Saturday. HOT DRINKSHot d.a MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S
tI
Taylor serves those peace makers.

Oysters at Taylor's, served to order.C. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas drinks of all kinds at Troxler's. I : Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, Etc. ]

H. Dame serves oysters in all CountyS.S.Frank a aWe
J. Cheney makes oath that he COLD WEATHER COMFORTS .
styles.I full and line of Men's and Children's Fine
is the senior partner of the firm of F. co m carry a complete
guess yes! Meet me at Taylor's for Qj 0
,
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the A big line of comforts and blankets, li:
oysters. and Medium Priced
Ready-to-Wear Clothing.
I city of Toledo, county and state afore- all grades and prices. Ocala Furni-
Onion sets for fall planting at Ty- ture Co., E. C. Smith. =
said, and that said firm will pay the '
dings & Co.FJeschmann. ,
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor

Yeast at Taylor's, freeh each and every case of Catarrh CAR OF STOCKS.

all the time. that cannot be cured by the use of

Ask for Dacosta' cigar at Taylor's. Hall's Catarrh Cure. A. Standley & Co. have just received \ Largest Dry Goods OllS8 in tie HiRheinauer

Da-cost-her Se.Taylor.made. FRANK J. CHENEY. from Cincinnati a carload of o

fine horses and mules. Call and see
Sworn to before me and subscribedin
ice cream will give you CO .a

satisfaction. my presence, this 6th day of Decem- them. > W;

ber, A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON, -
Oysteretts, the best in Ocala, at B.
(Seal.) Notary Public. Dr. W. C. Lindsay, pastor of the

Whetstone Co. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter Presbyterian church, had the honor of : & Co.

Y' Nervola, the drink, at Taylor's.It .
new nally, and acts directly upon the blood being elected moderator of the late

invigorates.The and mucous surfaces of the system. I presbytery held at Live Oak. The c aspag

Montezuma had twenty-two arrivals Send for testimonials, free.F. Ocala church invited the presbyteryto
.. tf t _
yesterday.Keep J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. meet here next year. Owing to a ::: Ar

an eye on Taylor's Christmas Sold by all druggists, 75c. very severe cold which Dr. Lindsay

stock of candies. ; Hall's Family Pills are the best. contracted while at the presbytery he .I .
was compelled to return home and did' uiw iJOJ spvaadS pagjilarion :
Oysters, any style, any time of day
or evening at Dame's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Potter of San- not attend the synod at Monticello.Mr. I

tiago, California, are expected in this Kraybill represented the Ocala ""
Remember Ocala big free street
evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. G. F. church. He is expected home to night.
fair on Navember 2428.
Williams. Mr. Potter is a Leroy boy

Cabbage and lettuce grown to orderat FOR A BAD COLD .. .... . .. ,
and was formerly a popular conductoron ,'.- '. ,. ', ', ,'.IC -i-: :- ;!" : :- -, .-: -=> : -
the Ocala Greenhouse.
the old S. S. 0. & G. R. R. His wifeis

Taylor has those Georgia kisses. a sister of Mrs. Geo. F. Williams. If you have a bad cold you need a

Try them 23c. pound. good reliable medicine like Chamber- ,
; per Their Ocala friends will give them a
lain's Cough Remedy to loosen and relieve -
Our 5 cent'ink tablet speaks for it hearty welcome.If '
it, and to allay the irritation and
self. The Postofflce Drugstore. you want anything special in "
inflammation of the throat and lungs'For ?
Argosy, Ainsley's and Smart Set just Christmas candies give your order to
sale by all druggists.
received at W. M. Martin's. Taylor.! He will have it ordered or 4 r llaMaro Do.

Just arrived, cakes, cracknells and made for you. Father Bottolacio, who has been vis- .

crackers at Whetstone Co. The big trained wild animal show is: iting France and Italy, his native l land,

The southbound coming for Ocala's big street fair, November returned home
trains carry many during the summer, .t

tourists, some of whom stop in Ocala. 2428. yesterday. While in Rome he had a
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Conida's candies, fresh all the time. An important meeting will be held private audience with the new pope, '

Our Christmas order will interest you. by the Ocala Odd Fellows tonight, at I Pius X, which was very pleasant and \ \

which all the members are earnestly comforting. Father B. was accompanied -
A beautiful line of sterling silver I I HEADQUARTERS FOR 'JI
invited to be present. by his sisters. They all had a very I
goods just received. Ocala Music Co. ,
Handsome comb and brush and manicure I pleasant journey, which was greatly .
Miss Bessie Porter arrived from Del I ALL
: sets, and many odd and pretty enjoyed. Now that Father B. is at I ;
Land on the 3 o'clock A. C. L. train LLVJOOD FIELD FENCE
pieces in silver, solid and plated. Ocala home, Sunday services will be held as t
..r Taylor's candies are as good as the .
Music Co.Good usual at 10:30 a. m., and 4:30 p. m.; ,
best; and we keep them always fresh. also services morning at 7. I
meals and comfortable lodging every POULTRY RABBIT AND LAWN FENCE. I

Fish and oysters always on hand, !at the Roush House, No. 53, N. Magnolia .

fresh and fine, at P. Edwards', city street. PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT :!;BlfiLllAbsolute I -

market. Don't forget the big Florence Many broad minded physicians pre- efficiency at least expense. SOINC" j" \ I I! ';

"Do you bowl?" "Yes." "How Troupe, the feature of the Barnum scribe Foley's Honey and Tar, as they A practical fence that willpositively 5 ;
321ftl f fi\J\ W) I
much?" is the popular mode of saluta- show, will be at Ocala's big street fair have never found so safe and reliablea 1 turn cattle 1 Y.* ,

tion. November 2428. remedy for throat and lung troubleas sairtn ;
/ horses, hogs and \ S'i' ,
this great medicine. Sold by the '
Smart Set, Ainsley's and Argosy for
Taylor received November 9, a bar- pigs. A fence CSINCH :
December, just received. Ocala News Postoffice Drugstore.Dr. .
rel of fresh limes. I that is strong, Rlpractically i
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Co. All lovers of_ good music should not lOt CH, I''
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Van Hood returned from a pro- ever 1
Andirons, fire sets, hearth screens, fail to visit Willard's famous Templeof
fessional visit to Mrs. Arch Mclver lasting .
proven \ I
etc. A pretty line at Hubbard & MacDuff's. .
Music, at Ocala's street fair, No- "
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yesterday. She has been ailing for a thoroughly effi- / I / I I ,
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vember 2428. '
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long time and growing worse duringthe *
At Taylor's will find Nevoola, C i e n tun d e r ft KM 0:" i.t
you
fail read the offer Rhein-
Do not to
absence of Xer family physician, EiLWOOO fiELD fENCE (STANDARD STYLE)iliAD EIfiiaxnElwiTS8ever
the drink of the season. It invigorate auer & Co. are making on children's y possiblecondition. :
Dr. S. H. Blitch so Dr. Hood was call- ,

I and misses' shoes. 'I ed in. She is resting easiernow.The EVERY ROD OF ELLWOOD FENCE IS GUARANTEED. ,;
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Lowney's candies, always fresh, at I
Moler Barber College, New Orleans, cheapest line of embroidery in J'
Taylor's. Don't fail to see his Christ La., wants men to learn barber trade. town can be found at the New Idea, If you want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved, call and see the 1

mas stock.A ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show for how little
See opportunity offered. Free work, next to Mclver & MacKay. you money you i
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nice line of ink tablets, scratch careful instructions, wages Saturdays, can get absolute satisfaction. '
The demand has grown so great for
tablets, pencils, envelopes, etc., at W. diplomas granted, tools donated, posi-
I I the sausage made by the Ocala Meat
M. Martin's. tions furnished. Little expense, few
Company, that they had to import an We also carry a fall line of
weeks completes. Write for particu-
Doit't the beautiful electric
forget expert at the business from Atlanta,
theatre at Ocala's big street fair November lars today.
who is concocting this savory dish for

2428. There is no cough medicine so popular the consuming public.E. I

Mrs. Nathan Mayo of Summerfieldis as Foley's Honey and Tar. It con- C. Smith, Funeral Director and SASH DOORS -BLINDS.

spending a few days with Dr. and tains no opiates nor poisons and never Embalmer. Day phone, No. 10. Night

Mrs. Newsom. fails to cure. Sold by the Postoffice and Jjjunday. No. 94., Ocala, Fla. i

Drugstore. -This cold nap is making business
Acid Cough Syrup, the best cough /
Foley's Honey and Tar always stops lively at the ycold storage plant. Yes
remedy on the market, for sale by \
Tydings & Co.I the cough and heals the lungs. Refusesubstitutes. I I terday the receipt. of hogsjwas heavy, Chattanooga Cane Mills

Sold by the Postoffice I I some for c have just put in a nice line of paper
/ disposed of to the meat at
Drugstore. company ---
novels and a few of the new copyright I ---. IN STOCK.
I good pri/es. Six cents is now the
novels. W. M. Martin. Mrs. Hannah Bell, who spent the
hot drinks summer at her home in Baltimore has I price per pound. Thismornlngtwothriftyfarmers 1/ Jeffords Building. r'
makes
Taylor -Vigoral, ( of Fairfield came in
returned to Ocala and will spend,the It /
Clam and Tomato Bouillon; Hot Choc- I with lOaditJf dressed hogs. '! .I
winter with her niece, Mrs. Dan :\Ior"j
olate with Whipped Cream. Bullock i
gan Smith. 1 I Owing to General feeling
Mr. Mark is back from his trip to worse today he was compelled to remain {

Jacksonville. He thinks he will go The grandest sight of all is the stat-]I at home, and the hearing of the -
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into business at that point. ue turning to life, at Ocala's big street case of George Thomas for assault was II

The largest line of linen tablets ever fair, November 2428. I postponed. I .. .. '. ... .. ,' .. '. ,
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displayed in Ocala at the Postoffice All tale new backs in Congress playing I The improvements which the Ocala l.

Drugstore_, with envelopes toma.tcbt_ cards at the Postoffice Drugstore. I Water Works Co. propose to make in 1---

i\'s.V.: -A. Collier i of Tuscaloosa.' the near future will be the installmentof \,
J. H. Shield's big show has been es
Ala., arrived last right, and is at the a million t Th1 Duplex compound
pecially engaged at enormous expensefor t 1I Ti
bedside of her sic { father, Rev. J. C, Ocala's big street fair, November I pump, and a 12.-'horse power boiler,, & MACKAY

I. Porter.I..J ...... 24-28. with an addition t to fhe present build- I \\MGIVER\

\ F ley's Honey and Yar for coughs I ing of 16x2G feet.These improvements ,

and colds; reliable, tried and tested, I are for the norpose of economyin I i I
'\ I the workings of their plant. Super- I ,
safe and sure. Sold by the Postoffice |

Drugstore. I! intendent J. A.CampbelI is a very efficient I j Ocala Florida S :

manager and believes in keepinga .1E
Wf\NTED-A good, sound, young I
plant up to its highest standard of i
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horse. Quality must be good and price
efficiency as well as to watch every
reasonable. Mare preferred. Inquireat j detail of expense. It is through his
.I/Phosphate and
this office. Mining Washing MachineryWagons
"ecommendation to the directory that ,
Be sure to see the great ghost show, '
this improvement is to be made.
the feature of the Pan-American Exposition .' f i
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at Ocala's big street fair,|
CURED OF PILES'AFTER 40 YEARS Phaeton
November 24 2S. Surreys Carriages
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Mr C. Haney o.f Geneva, 0., had the ,
Taylor leads in the up-to-date brands] .
piles for 40 years.: Doctors and dollars

of cigars, Milo Delo! Grand Royal, Fu-j could do him no lasting ;001. DeWitt's ,

ma National Key West Smokers. and| Witch Hazel Salve cured him
perma HARNESS AND SADDLERY! OF ALL KINDS
twenty other brands. nent.ly. Invaluable for cuts, burns,,

The Marion Hardware Co. has braises sprains, lacerations, eczema,

very handsome line of shotguns sin icuer. salt rheum, and all other skin

gle and double barreled at all prices diseases. Look for the name DeWitton Building Materials Every Kind and Description

They are selling them, too. 'he package-all others are cheap, ,

\\'onhlf'scounterfeits.. Sold by \"m.
Taylor's velvet ice cream (TaylOij

made) still on the list. Orders book| Anderson. FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS

ed for parties, etc. ,Prices. $1.50 to $ !
BARLOW MINSTRELS
per gallon. Take :your choice. I S

For sick headache try Chamber! Barlow Bros.' great minstrels will : PHOSPHATE PLANTS '

Iain's .Stomach and Liver Tablets;! be at the opera house on the night oi

they will ward off the attack if take i j November 27. This fine minstrel I INSTALLED COMPLETE

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EVENING STAR Our


Col. O. T. Green and Col. R. L. Anderson .
f fl "IHEBfstf HIC BI7TINGER and COMPANY Are in Luck I '

1 F Prescription >-
Proprietors and Publishers.
\- ] "= -- ._-- ---- ---- ----- --- -, ,' The supreme court of Florida has 0
rendered the following decision which
1 In S. S. S. Nature has provided a tonic suited to C. L BITTINGER, D
Col. R. A. Burford, who has looked the p. .
I ; every requirement of the system when in a debilitated, Editor and Business Manager.R. i
matter is the second in the
up says
I run down condition. It contains no strong minerals or

drugs, but is a pleasant vegetable preparation. You can find no better R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR.NO history of the Florida supreme court, Are fresh. Wc are filling prescriptions every day

:remedy for toning up the nerves and bringing refreshing, restful sleep when and, strange to say, Col. 0. T. Green and gettingin: new goods every week. Besides,
)in a low state of health, or sick and worn out with work or worry. I won the other one. have

S. S.S. improves the I have no hesitancy in recommending your S.B.B. GOODIt In the Supreme Court of Florida, en we
the best Spring tonic on the market. I have used
aids the diO'esas
appetite, b many other medicines>but find 3.8.8. to be undoubt.I I ban June term, A. D. 1903. A SYSTEM
and reinforces the the only tonic that will build the OF EXCHANGE
ltlOn; edly up system. I I will be remembered that about a Marion County. ,
System, and its good ef- shall take Pleasure in telling all whom I think in,
need of a blood tonic of your medicine. month ago a Mr. Worthington, a very William X. Camp and Clarence Camp,
which
nil return find
by unsala
fectsareseenalmosUrom Yours LEWIS s. FIEBEK, we can anything we
the first dose. It acts Care 8toll Hamilton & Co. Lexington, Ky. breezy newspaper man, came to Ocalato co-partners as Camp Phosphate ble and exchange for goods we can sell or use.

promptly in cases of chronic dyspepsia, indigestion and all stomach troubles, represent the Metropolis for an Company, plaintiffs in error, vs.

and does away with the uncomfortable fullness, nausea, shortness of breath, Ocala write-up. He was with us a Achille Laurent and Carl Thalheim, Try our business methods. We are here to please the people.
.drowsiness and dizziness that so often come after eating.S. week or so and cut a wide swath. He co-partners as the Franco-American .

.S.S. is not only the best tonic but possesses alterative or purifying claimed to have collected quite a sum Phosphate, Company, defendants in ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE

(properties, and if there is any taint, humor or poison in the blood it of money on the write-up propositionbut error.
,searches it out, and removes it. Many times a low state of health is due W. CASTEL
J. Proprietor.
it now transpires that lie failed tot ,
Per curiam.
'to a bad condition of the blood and can only be remedied by a blood purifierand
turn in the of the Ocala .
names con-
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tonic combined, or such a remedy as S. S. S. Upon rehearsing, a difference of
1 If suffer from insomnia, loss of tributors and the amounts paid him
you debility, nervousness appetite
opinion among tne members of Divis-
;bad digestion, or any of the symptoms of a disordered blood, nothing willso for Metropolis.. He is no good.A JI STARR STERNBERGER
ion B, to which the case has been referred -
soon put your blood in good condition, invigorate and tone up the WI
for disposition, necessitated its
system as S. S. S.
SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY Real Estate Cai tractorFor
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA consideration by the whole court. A ; AND .

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majority of the court are of the opinion -'
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the I
that the finding of the referee is Rent Sale
For Rent or ,
stomach that which it is unable to do

AT OUR BANKIn for itself, even when but slightly disordered not supported by the evidence, and 2 story residence on Pond I The Green tarm one mile out on Orange

or over-loaded. Kodol Dys- for this reason the judgment is reversed street, 8 rooms $9 a I Avenue, a beautiful location, large> 10

pepsia Cure supplies the natural juicesof I I and a new trial ordered. month room house and outhouses, beiog repaired -,
Taylor, C. J. and Shackleford, Hock- I
now
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digestio nand does the work of the
Ocala you will find a room prepared for visitors er and Maxwell, JJ., concur.
stomach, relaxing the nervous tension,
to write or transact private business. Also while the inflamed muscles of that or- Carter and Cockrell, JJ., dissent. For Rent or Sale For Rent

some one ready to give general information gan are allowed to rest and heal. Ko Col. 0. T. Green and Col. R. L. Anderson 2 story residence next door east of Judge Dwelling 3 blocks from
the for the
dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you were attorneys appellant Hocker on Oklowaha avenue public square
about the town its advantages and the bank- and Hon. John G. Reardon for .
eat and enables the stomach and digestive -

-- ing business of organs to transform all food the appellee.
For Rent after November \ st
into rich, red blood. Sold by Wm. An-
I'J STEPPED AGAINST A HOT STOVEA

. MUNROE & CHAMBLISS. derson. "I Crown House and large grounds. Interior lately renovated. .

child of Mrs. Geo. T. Benson A
home
nice
I Charles Y. Miller, the Leroy factor,
when getting his usual Saturday night
1 came in last night to participate in the
"TEX" bath, stepped back against hot stove
"BOB" workings of the Ocala Masonic lodge a J. STARR STERKBERGER.
which burned him severely. The child ,
and to attend to some land business '
HOLIDAY this morning. Mr. M. is busy puttingup was in great agony and his mother 0
GOODSOur
syrup. He made a sale yesterdayof could do nothing to pacify him. Remembering Real Estate and Contractor.
that she had a bottle of
1000 bottles to a Dunnellon dealer.
specialty is HOLIDAY GOODS, and we have this year the Chamberlain's Pain Balm in the house, PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING

largest and most complete line of almost everything for the A DANGEROUS MONTH she thought she would try it. In less A SPECIALTY

Holiday Shopper that has ever been shown in Ocala. than half an hour after applying it the
This is the month of coughs, colds
Our goods were bought right and from the and acute catarrh. Do you catch cold child. was quiet and asleep, and in less Largest stock of wall paper south of Jacksonvillemet
best houses. In quality and pricewe than two weeks was well. Mrs. Ben- .
easily? Find yourself hoarse with a Es"'t1n:1a"tes.
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can surpass them all. son is a well known resident of Kel-
tickling in throat and
your an annoy-
We have an exceptionally fine line lar, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic
ing cough at night? Then, you should
I DOLLS and TOYS, GAMES and PICTURE BOOKS. liniment and especially valuable for
always have handy, a bottle o5 Ballard's -o -00 -0 -00 -00 -0 -00 -00 -00 -o
burns, cuts, bruises and sprains. For O 0f
BooksThe Horehound Syrup. J. A. Anderson -
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Holiday sale by all druggists.
best line ever shown in Ocala 354: West 5th St., Salt Lake City, f Commercial Bank f fI'
writes: "We use Ballard's Horehound I I
Marshal Cleveland than whom thereis ;
Fire WorksWholesale Syrup for coughs and colds. It gives
and retail. We are the headquarters for Fire Works immediate relief. We know it's the not a more efficient officer in the BRANCH OF Y S
state, said the other day that from
best remedy for these troubles. I COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE
Fancy ChinaIs what he could see and read, he was o 0
I write this to induce other people to I I I JI
our strong point. We have more, prettier and cheaper than any satisfied there was no town in Florida
try this pleasant and efficient remedy.
house in Central Florida. of the size of Ocala more peacefuland CAPITAL S50.00O.OO fO
25c., 5Cc., and $1 at the Anti-Monopoly I
law abiding. For two weeks the

THE OCALA NEWS CO. Drugstore. mayor called in vain at the city hall I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS o

to hold .court a'nd there were no subjects -
Speaking of syrup, Mr. C. Y. Miller I. O DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0
G. W. Martin. to work on.
R. G.'BLAKE
said this morning to a Star reporterthat 1 RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT I

Captain Lowry of the Homosassarun o AND SOLD 0

had the finest cane patch in the A SURE THINGIt I f I

: state; for height and thichness of the is said that nothing is sure except 00- 00- 00- 0- 00- 0-i 0- 00- 0- 00-

HUBBARD & MCDUFPFOR stalks, it is immense. The patch will death and taxes, but that is not .

yield 100 barrels of syrup. Captain altogether true. Dr. King's New Dis-

Lowry not only knows how to pull a covery for Consumption is a sure cure GET _

'-- OCALA, FLORIDA.HEADQUARTERS_ -' bell cord and punch a railroad ticket for all lung and throat troubles. MONEYbuy

but he can grow sugar cane to perfec- Thousands can testify to that. Mrs.C. these and-

tion. B. VanMetre of Shepherdtown.

Va., says: "I had a severe case of MAKE MONEY.

A REMARKABLE CASE Bronchitis, and for a year tried every-

AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE thing I heard of, but got no relief. NO. 1.-THREE LARGE LOTS AND GOOD 6-ROOM COTTAGE, OCCUpy.ing .

One of the most remarkable cases One bottle of Dr. King's New Discov corner in second ward. Must go at once. Make offer.

!.B tNett. S3 L\CH. ? of a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, ery then cured me absolutely." It is NO. 2-NICE HOME, LARGE LOT, GOOD CISTERN, CORNER LOT ON

1 I 9 causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. infallible for Croup, Whooping Cough, Pond St., in third ward. Price, $8 jO. Easy terms.
49 IV. .
I 4711W.t Gertrude E. Fenner, Marion, Ind., who Grip, Pneumonia and Consumption.Try NO. 3.-FINE CORNER LOT ON SOUTH THIRD STREET. BEST LOCA-

4i s. :19 tN.'oz e was entirely cured by One Minute it. It's guaranteed by the Anti- tion in town; very high elevation; good shade, etc. Make offer.

r.l.t 7 Cough Cure. She says: "The cough- Monopoly Drugstore. Trial bottles NO. 4.-A GOOD INVESTMENT OR HOME. PAYS NOW 12J/2 PER'CENT.

I t'l l'l. EEETEE f 2S1 I ing and straining so weakened me thatI I free. Regular sizes, 50c. and $1. in rents. First ward. Buy now on easy terms. *

fi; ;0 !:.-. s'9 ran down in weight from 148 to 92 NO. 5.-FINE HOME, EIGHT ROOMS, BATH, ETC., WITH 12 ACRES OFf

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(.' pounds. I tried a number 01 remediesto ROBBERYLast good land,/ North Lake Weir. Price, if sold at once, $300. Buy this

E ::4= = i".,... tEIsular = = = no avail until I used One :Minute: evening, between the hours of for summer home.
----.to" Cough Cure. Four bottles of tis NO. 40-ACRE FARM, SOUTH OF TOWN, THREE MILES. GOOD
won-
.. C and 7, while Dr. Wilson absent
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: derful remedy cured me entirely of the house barn, etc.; fine pond; fine place for stock. Price, $400.
Styi Social Maff,Morse and Cattle StjU from his office over 'pittman's furni-,
Stays 12 in.or 6 L ..L1pirt Stays 12 in. or 6 in.epart cough, strengthened my lungs and restored NO. 7.-FIVE ACRES, THREE IN BEARING GRAPES, THE BALANCE IN
ture store, some one entered the ,
same
me to normal weight, health fruit trees; tg'o small houses; two miles on Anthony hard road. Price,
my
Made o.' large, strong, high-grade steel wires, heavily galvanized. and strength." Sold by Wm. Ander I pried out the cash drawer of his safe $150. ,
Amply for : and contraction. and with $13 in silver and a lot of val-
provides expansion Is
practically ever son. NO. 8.-BUY THIS AND DOUBLE YOUR MONEY. TWO COTTAGES,
lasting. Never go.s wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it. uable papers, made himself scarce. now paying $12Q yearly in rents...Price, $550.

, Does not mutiktc: but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horses, hogs The hit of the carnivalMitchell'sLaughing The doctor is looking for the perpetrator -
in(! pigs. and if found the phosphate pit will
Parlor. Laugh as you ru-v. be his portion. IF, YOU WISH TO BUY

EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDby laughed before. ,

t the! manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how Bartow! Little Bartow! What is I I Can Suit You from a Long List of Property of Every tl
Little Bartow? Don't fail to see Little l
:' it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced I S Description.'I
Bartow at Ocala's big street fair November

24-28. :F. W. DITTO Real Estate and Fire
Insurance
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CROSBY It HALL i C.: I.: : GRACE



GENERAL LIVERYMENFine Dealel isRough C

and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring

Carriages, Buggies and Traps Ceiling and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

r Drummers' Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. Manufacturer of


FINE VEHICLES"9 FAST HORSES Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns,

Door and Window Frames, Mantles, Church Seats, Pulpits

School Desks and Seats Combined and Tables.am .
Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
constantly lumber and fill orders for
receiving can any
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.
quantities and sites IJ1 oniptness a Spec ia1tt.'

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G. HUNTERPRACTICAL


FRESH MEKTS 75ND GAME and MECHANICAL


We keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and GUN AND LOCKSMITH

Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.

Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

CITY>M RKET W. L. JONES, Proprietor. UMURELLAS REPAIRED. SAWS F ILED ANP PUT IN GOOD ORDER
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A BIG ENTERPRISEFOR AN AGGRESSIVE MOVE >
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SD iaIti s sat OCALA Come and See May be ONE gone and yet LUNS the remaining lung

On the Part of E. W. Agnew-He Will will be amply sufficient to sustain a vigorous

Formation of an Immense Wholesaleand Try to Recover the Extensive I I vitality. As a general thing few people 'y
i make more use of both lungs than is
Retail Grocery Business .With Our $3 Shoe for Men Property He Once Owned I I equivalent J to a healthy use of one lung.

the These facts are all in the favor of the
a Line of Steamboats and Automo. II"i
.*; .. .. E. W. Agnew., through his attorneys man or woman with weak lungs, even
bites in Connection.A. '! when disease has a strong grip on them. 1
Col. 0. T, Green and H. L. Anderson
Many a person l
Brown & Bro. are publishing ar- has begun suit for the recovery of living in health '

1 T TEAPOT T TJayle's ticles of incorporation to enlarge their } the building in which H. B. Mastersis to-day lungs marked has the by

business. .. .7
Those connected with the .
doing business. The warehouses at the healed scars
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business in a financial way are the THE W CHAMBERS SHOE CO. the crossing are included. I of disease.Dr. .

Pierce'sGolden
present proprietors Abe and Jak .
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Medical
Brown Herbert A. Ford, Edward it:! ::."..J. .

] Roquefort, After Dinner ler, Z. C. .Chainbliss R. S. Iial:: >cr f.f.-. ....tt..,:u" T SOUTH LAKE WEIR .L k weak Discovery lungs makes .1

and Deviled Cheese Hall II. L. Anderson, and Clark 1 d 'STOVES AND HEATERS I I GENTLEMEN, ATTENTION The arrivals the past week include 1 J ? strong. It curesobstinate .
Johnson & Co. Those connecte"JY ;; e deep- ;
_. +)1:1J: tf fh Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gates from Westerly seated coughs,

Pea Nut Butter the project but whose names ':p' "!: if Aji\elegapt: line of heating stoves, I.,I Pay the Ocala Rifle's $10 a year and R. I. They are stopping with bronchitis, bleeding *
appear in the incorporation ajiMeggs L br'vfaodsand oil} burners at E. C. be relieved from lungs and
: > jury duty of all kinds. Mrs. Gates' parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
r r other condition
4 Orange Springs; Mu r L i., tfs'','Q. Furniture Co. See Captain Nash for particulars. dtf Adams. which if *,
Saratoga: Potato Chips & McDonald, Pine, and J. i f x $ 'W Al neglected
Mr. .: or unskilfully
and Mrs. D. H. Leonard, with
Electra. In connection with tn.e1-,.I-, 'HJJR'EAMERY: BUTTER STATIONERYA four children, have also arrived from / treated, find a
eery business it is proposed to o; .l fatal terminationin
Extract Onion a line of boats from 'Jacksonv: Jarmlchael & Son Co. keep.fly beautiful line of stationery South Carolina, and are located at the consumption. ,

.: on hand receiving a fresh fine as can be found in town-at T>v- McCready house. Mr. Leonard is a "I had been troubled
Silver Springs. Ground has heeI
with lung dis-
Ping Pong and Yum Yum Pickles cured at Silver Springs, the old Pros- [every two days, delicious pure dings & Co. f relative of Mr. Sim Dillard. We are ease for and pleurisy
Georgia number ofw.
creamery: butter 25 cents per glad to welcome them and hope their a
ky landing and at Ocala the lot I years and the trouble
on pound. kept on ice. Phone No. 37. FINE HORSES AND BIG MULESFor residence will be had almost become
among us mutually
Fresh Arrival of which C. M. Brown operated his pat- chronic,"writes A.S. t
Pretzels
sale at Crosby & Hall's livery sta pleasant. Elam, of Howe. Ia. ,
ent hoe factory and adjoining the APARTMENTS FOR RENT "Had several kindsof
present Ocala and Silver Springs R. R. ble. Just brought in. Horses are fine Rev. Virgil M. Moorer, pastor of the medicine from different physicians without ,
Nicely furnished apartments for ones and the mules much benefit. At last wrote to Dr. R. V. Pierce
Call and examine stock large animals justthe Gallilee colored church at the west
depot. The capital stock is to be $75- and got his advice, and began using hU'Golden
light housekeeping; also: a few furnished kind for turpentine teams. Prices end, has moved from the place owned Medical Discovery.' I have used tweetr-tive '"
000. This will mean a good deal to I bottles. When I commenced taking it I had no
rooms. Apply to J. Starr Stern right. Call at Crosby & Hall's livery by him in that appetite,
......J: ,, Ocala in a commercial way. berger. neighborhood, to the had no ambition my system to was do anything.completely Now run-down I feel,
stable. W. A. Griffith, place formerly owned by Rev. J. A. better than I did before I got sick. Have a good .
Ocala, Fla. McMahon here. appetite and am able to do my work. I sincerely
EASTLAKEFruit recommend Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
GARDEN SEEDS Nelson W. Williams one of our most Discovery to all who are afflicted as I was."

j Our fall and winter garden and field WILEY'S CANDY industrious and progressive colored Those who suffer from chronic diseases
Thieves Obtained Blrdshot In are invited to consult Dr. Pierce
seeds have arrived. A complete line citizens is building a substantial two- ,
letter
stead by free All correspondence
of
Oranges of fresh pure reliable seeds. -Tydings Fresh stock of Wiley's fine package story house on a ten-acre lot owned strictly private. Address Dr. R. V.

T. W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's Fruit thieves were getting so numErous & Co. candy just received at W. M. Martin's. by him, nearly south of, Dir T. B. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.

Candy. Fresh Shipments Received in this district along the lake Snook's place. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets assist the

Weekly. that the grove owners were compelledto The Carbo- !agnetic razor needs no Don't fail to see Lunette the flying The cemetery has been put in order action of the "Discovery."

OXFORDWe set watchers to try and save at honing, and is fully guaranteed by the lady, at Ocala's big street fair November for the season; fire guards plowed and

least a portion of their crop. Time I Postoffice Drugstore. 24-28. driveways cleaned up. Most of the private CITRA

place and circumstances lots have been Mrs. F. A. Teague and little daughter
are so busy here improving the pointed in one I neatly put in order
direction, and --- and it is who have been the guests of Mlss
place and everything in general that accordingly on Saturday hoped that all owners of ,

about all we can say is that news is night it came to an issue. The freight YE SMOKERS OF GOOD JUDGMENT lots will join in making the last rest Byrd their Wartmann, have returned to

hard to get hold of. train going north which passes here ing place of departed friends a creditto home in Ocala.

between 10 and 11 o'clock at night, our community Mr. and Mrs. Hargraves were the
The change of temperature Is rushing STACHELBERG'S
took time CIGARSCostliest Mr. guests of Dr. and Mrs. T W. Moore at
the cane grinding here. a long to get water at the Irving Billups of Dallas spent a
tank, and of day with friends here the parsonage last week.
Contractor Owen is rushing the overhauling one our grove owners glided the past week
of the store building of Spark- along in the dark in the direction Because Best. Mrs. C. S. Gates and Mrs. Geo. W. Mrs. F. G, McMullen of Eden, Fla., rare

man Bros. of the fence toward the railroad and Carey drove down to Leesburg Tuesday visiting relatives here =t

Mr. Joe Whisenant of Belleview and sure enough, his ear caught the sound on business.Mr. The Citra high school is progressing

of "null., null. rustle. rustle, and right Lum of Oxford under the able management of Prof. ;
Mr. To had Perry was in
William Butler of Summerfieldhad -- --- -- -- be of C. E. Taylor, T. W. Troxler Ocala Harrell and his assistants.
away he'blazed off his shot gun twicein town Wednesday. The honor
business in our town last Satur- House Sid. R. Whaley Anti-Monopoly Drug Store Ocala roll for the month ending November
quick succession, and there was a Mrs. E. M. Favor of Weirsdale returned -

day.We understand that Mr. Henry has rush in the direction of the railroad. News Co., Postoffice Drug Store. a few days since from Atlanta, 6, is as follows: Rhea Malphurs, Mat-

swapped places with someone over on The thieves left two sacks full of oranges I( where she has been for some time i intttndance tie Ellis, Dollie Rowell) Louise Borland

the river and will leave us some time and by and by, the freight train I ? on her aged mother, w' o Maggie Burleson May.Borland,
soon. slowly wended its way north. You can THE DUNNELLON BRIDGE mentioned is hereby condemned as being has been very ill. Gertrude Hobkirk, Nina Thornton,

draw unsafe and dangerous, and that the Mr. and Ethel Borland, George Rowell Andrew a
E. J, Thorrton, who has been -downon your own conclusions who the Mrs. A. H. Favor and child

the coast a few weeks enjoying the thieves were and this class of things Martel, Fla., Nov. 18, 1903. county commissioners aforesaid will of St. Augustine, are visiting Mrs. C., Ellis James Hobkirk Marshall Strick

fish and oysters, has returned.Mr. has'been going on for some time. We To all whom it may concern: not be responsible for any damages to C. Barry of Weirsdale. land, Ervin Martin.

Charles Perry of Pedro was in are all properly prepared for such Having been notified that the public person or property of any person or Mr. W. S. Allsopp who has been in } I .'

town tis morning. He informs us that nightly visitors, and it will give us, at Bridge across the Withlacoochee riv persons who may use said bridge I nits Jacksonville several weeks, returned I HE COULD HARDLY GET UP

he will move near Oxford again soon least great pleasure to board a few of er, at Dunnellon, Fla., is in a danger- dilapidated and dangerous con di i- home Monday.

and be a neighbor to the people of these gentry at the expense of the our conditon, and whereas the county tion. The Messrs. Camp of Dunuellou] Messrs. C. S. Gates and E. S. (JphammacV I P. H. Duffy of Ashley, Ill., writes:

:Fairview. state. We don't invite such trash, but commissioners of Marion and Citrus agreed to place a flat at said bridge incase a business trip to Polley's mil 1 "This is to certify that I have taken ,

when they do come we will certainly countieshave: contracted. *"... with the Con- it became unsafe before the new a few days since. two bxtles of Foley's Kidney Cure
: "
A GOOD NAME give them a warm reception.We verse Bridge Companyof..0 Chattanooga bridge was completed. H. W. Long. There will be preaching by Rev. J. and It has helped me more than any '

"From personal experience I testi had an amusing fight Sunday between Tenn., to e a e.it a; good and substantial Ch'm. Bd. Co. Com., Marion Co., l'1 a. Gordon Van Dyke, D. V., on Sunday at other medicine. I tried many advertis .

t fy that DoWitt's Little Early: Risers two of the canine family, the : bridge adross! /the said river, in L Attest: S. T. Sistrunk, ClerIc 10:45: a. m.; Sunday school at 9:45, a. ed remedies, but none of tnem gave mo ,

result of which was not very satisfactory -: lieu of the aforesaid bridge, and whereas m. any relief. My druggist recommended
are unequalled as a liver pill. They
are rightly). named because they give to one of the owners. There was the said bridge company has notified BEAUTIFUL CLEAR SKIES It will be good news to many of our Foley's Kidney Cure and it has curedme. '

a large and i me that they are doing all that i is older residents Before commencing its use I was
strength and energy and do their work dos a small one. The Herbine exerts a direct influence on to know that our old
I large one was in fair in their power to have the plans and 'I time neighbors :Mr. and in such a shape I could hardly get up
with ease.-W. T. Easton Boerne. a way to send the bowels, liver and Kidneys, purifying Mrs. S. H. "

Tex." Thousands of people are using the smaller one to the other world, specifications approved by the proper and strengthening these organs Raymond, are expected here shortly. to office when once down. Sold by the Post- --3

these tiny little pills in preference to when the wife of one of the owners government officials and that they and maintaining them in a normal condition spend the winter. Drugstore. >!.

all others, because they are so pleas- rushed forward with a bucket of water have reasons to believe that they will! of health; thus removing a I -.,

ant and effectual. They cure biliousness and dashed it right over-her hus- have said bridge completed by January common cause of yellow, moth Yt BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH I

band, with his good, clean 1, 1904. skin, and less of
torpid liver, jaundice sick headache Sunday greasy more or pimples -
clothes I This is to notify all! whom it I. Di. McHany, Greenville Tex. ,
You
constipation etc. They do not on. can imagine the bal mayconcern blotches and blackheads. 50c at Y.FOWATCHES a

purge and weaken, but cleanse and ance. that said bridge first: apo.-e I the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. writes, Nov. 2, 1900: "I had rheumatism

strengthen. Sold by Wm. Anderson The current report that Morgan A. -- vJ ...._._- -..,.-I .._"'17 __ last winter, was down in bed six -
Davenport is about jo leave Weirsdaleis weeks; tried everything;, but got no -GO TO- i

SPECIAL NOTICE all wrong. He intends to make it relief, till a friend gave me a part of
his a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment. F.G..B.WEIHE -i .
home while
he lives and will
From December 1, 1903, to January extend ,
10, 1904, we will only sell goods for his business also. He says Marion HOBOMASTERE 1 1 I used it and got two more bottles. It The Jeweler! 'i

cash. J. A. Pittman & Son.A. county and the Star are good j cured me, and I haven't felt any rheumatism +r'
enough for him. I since. I can recommend Snow -
'
--
C. L. CITY TICKET OFFICE Capt. 0. S. Flanders, the celebrated Liniment to be the best liniment on I ')
O O Fu
AL
yacht and boat builder > earth for rheumatism" For rheumatic .
Tickets to all parts of the UnitedStates of Candler, paid '
and Canada on sale. Schedules I I Eastlake a visit a few days ago. sciatic or neuralgic pains, rub inBallard's I (
and routes cheerfully furnished to 1 1prospecti"e I I Mr. L. S. Squier, in digging some Snow Liniment. You will cot J
sweet suffer long, but will be gratified witha '"
travelers by calling or I potatoes Thursday morning are the most fatal of all dis
phoning. Agent for all of the transAtlantic turned out five from one hill, one I ffniioolhnt speedy and effective cure. 25c., !jOe II -J

steamship lines: going to any weighing 9 Ibs., 3 oz., and the four and $1, at the Anti Monopoly Drug eases.rOLEY'S.

of the European ports. J. C. Maughs, others weighing nearly 16 Ibs.-a good store. KIDNEY CURE Is a

City Ticket Agent, Ocala House. half bushel to a hill, good, clean, and i i
not a scab or a crack. Royal Bay is Madame Mardell, the world's greatest Guarafltasd Beaeij

the palmist, will read your past,
JUST WHAT YOU NEED variety., Now Eastlake takes the, present
cake fo, sweet potatoes and Post mas and future, at Ocala's big street or money refunded. Contains '

Chamberlain's Stomach and LiverTabl ter Squior wears the medal and al1this fair November 24-28. I remedies recognized by eminent ,1

ts Marion county. "- i I physicians as the best for .:
Mr. Wilbur, the painter, paper hanger >
When you feel dull after eating. Kidney and Bladder troubles. ;-
and
I fresco artist from New York .
When have ANXIOUS MOMENTS PRICE 5Oc. and .00.
you no appetite. has arrived, and I am now in a position $
When you have a bad taste in the Some of the most anxious hours ol '
to attend to your needs in these Postoffice Drugstore Ocala Fla.Five "'i
mouth. a, mother's life are those when the lit
line. See my new stock of paper. J. .1jIJ
When your liver is torpid. tie ones of the household have the
Starr
Sternberger. .a ;
Wh-jn your bowels are constipated croup. There is no other medicine st

When you have a headache. effective in this terrible malady as Foler's ANTED
FOR RENT- 5 acres, more or less,
When you fell bilious. Honey and Tar. It is a house "
of first class melon and cantaloupeland )
They will improve your appetite, hold favorite for throat and lung trou
under good fence, and in sight of
cleanse and invigorate your stomach, bles, and as it contains no opiates 01
railroads station. Also for sale one hundred to One
and regulate your liver and bowels other poisons, it can be safely given
nfJ.r '
small ,s !nule" J. H. McClymonds,
druggists.See Price 25c.: per box. For sale by all Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. ..- Ocala, Fla. dtf. Thousand Head of a 2


CLEANING HATSPanama Prof. Blake's big dog and pony show Hogs. AddressW.
the little fa"orite.u'lld Rose,'' straw and felt hats for mei
will be at Ocala's big street November
the pet of the children, at Ocala's big and women cleaned by J. A. Colyer &: fair A.
2128111 give street PELOT
parade
street fair, November 24-28. Bro., No. 3. N. Main St ,
daily during continuance of the fair. I II Supt. Marion Farms.


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