The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 8, Number 142 OCALA; FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, J902. Fifty Cents a Month $5 a Yea : '. ,\

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I A large and enthusiastic driving I Leading'Wbolesale' BUICHE''

RUST PROOF I track meeting was held Wednesday Time few Them is Now RipeHereAre I I And Retail 1), .

I night in the city hall. President I f j 1I t

Ford was in the chair and Secretary Some That Are Useful fI fI I
I Williams at his desk. \ I Choice Florida 'and. Western ,Meats i ,

The report of the committee on expense *" "

SEED OATS estimate of the track of cost was $; makingthe After- W women's Lamb'sVool and children's Soles for crocheted men's, L.A I Celery and all other Vegetables in seasonFREE '

wards at the suggestion of Mr. S. A. I slippers: Ladies' fur-trimmed and q' I DELIVERY TELEPHONE. 103"TO

Standley, the amount was raised to Q) plain Felt and Velvet Juliets andO I

44000, &o us to supply stalls and wa- Slippers Men's Felt, Vici Kid and -"
-At- ,,\ --..- .

I ter.A, letter was read from President Alligator Slippers, ," .; ty HAVE and TO HOLD" are different.propositions., .

T-Pot Gait&kill, of the State Fair Associa -And- '

Grocery tion, in which he said he had no We make them one. That document, that keepsake, ,
Lncoixs, OVERGAITE&S HATS and rtW j 3
doubt that Ocala could get the state
fair if she supplied a race track, etc. FINE SHOES that treasure-we hold each, safely. A strong box in

THE RIFLEMEN President Ford called on Mr. S. T. All Handsome New Goods, that InTHE our fire-proof vaults costs $5 a year, upwards. *.You>

----- JLL.JACKSONVILLE Sistrunk for remarks, who said he *
-- milltar'i; I :had no doubt! the money could bp will make a gift to be appreciated. have key have it t takes both to
The Rifles, Ocala's: crack a we a ; >< get n.
*wised Mayor Fishel approved the
company, this morning at I
roject. Jno. R. Martin also thoughthe You have-we hold.MUNROE.
:3:20: from returt to Jacksonville, money could be raised. Mr W.J. CHAMBERS SHOE 00 ';
where in the squad
: 1/ tandley gave his experience as constructor &. CHAMBLISS
:and individual drill at the competi- '
I of the Valdosta, Georgia, Second door from corner, Opera House Block, Ocala, Florida.
'e contest p.\ rizes. I I '
Bankers Ocala Fla.
track. He said to make a good trackit ,
St. Augustine, GainesvT"and I
I would require a mixture of one I
Ocala; participated. St. Augustine j jJ : third clay and two thirds sand and GOOD CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN. II I day all people should go to church
!i J won the first prize, $30:; and Gainesville I and show their thankfulness. We

I second piize, $25, while our put the bed in this proportion. WE MAKE GOOD CLOTHES. should do this because our constitution 1
Speaking of contributions Mr. R. S.
boys gave the others such a "touchup" J. AI PITTMAN &
Hall remarked that if the $3500 was emphasizes the fact that we area SON
: for proficiency and supremacythat
and Godas
raised he would see that the extra STRAUSS BROS.. Christian people recognize .
in the estimation of many they I the Supreme Ruler He referredto
f,>00 came. ,
were cot only equal to the best, but
that shows itselfin Dealers
I It is proposed to make :a stock com- Be Measured by the Racket Co. the ingratitude in \ _
: just a mile better. towards
the hearts of children
pany of the association. Messrs R.
: But all the same'our "sojer" boys .
I S. Hall, S. T. Sistrunk and E. C. Mc- their i parents. "He had no
had a good time and enjoyed them SERVICESAT the
Leod were named as a soliciting spirit, rejoiced in prosperityof FURNITURE'
: selves and pronounce Jacksonville'sGala I committee.Mr. THE EPISCOPAL CHURCHThe his fellow) men; was pleased to .
\ Week the largest kind of a sue- I j .
.. Martin said the LaCreola cigar I know so many people were wealthy,
ceS .:... r--- ......... I factory building could be bought for Rev. Henry W. Little, of the had accumulated great riches, for I New and Second-Hand .

Those who went were Captain $COO from W. A. Hocker and John D. Episcopal church, took for his text out of this wealth came great projects -
/ Nash, Lieuts. Rotieits and Graham
I I\nobert&on, most if not all of which the first verse of the 147th Psalm: for the world's advancementand .

Seigts. Gary, Ilium Reardon and !;they would tuk.e in stock, which / "Praise \e the Lord: for it is good to assistance to those whose labor We have new goods and prices that :,
j I Ballard
Corpora Dorsey : sing praises unto our God; for it is and capacity was needed to make its 1 <
E\I and PH tman. privates Sanders, I, i Jbulldins stand and would an exhibit serve a grand I pleasant; and praise is comely." application effective. In these days f / can't b e duplicated In the state.' '" f'.. ...::!-

Weihe, Stroman, Duffy, Spencer, When in town call and will
on us we
\ I.r Among other prominent citizens I Ipre.ellt From this text he made an admirable colossal capital was needed to carryon t .
Hays, Pooser, Smoak Moot business of the world and all / convince that the "
; not already named were Geo.K. address. In substance he said the :::'' you we are peoplefrom :
\. Carlton, Ingram and Miller I ITheu
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reward. '
-- Robinson, E. M. Howard, J. M. we were not thankful enough; we who participated in it reaped p e( i whom to buyFURNITUR .
for the
., Meffert and R. E. Yonge, Sr. did not unite as :a Christian people in Without wealth the great and benefi--
zeal, energy and soldierly! spirit they. The proper spirit was in the meet- the observance of this sacred day. cent institutions of the land could ; STOVES, ETC.Remember1 .

put luto this ('outfit and if they will We acted too much as mendicants; not have been founded, maintained pU Ut !'. ,
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but ing. It now all df'pends"on the money F tae $>lace-old 'Bazar. if" -
persevere the strides they aid ..
aud'the mankind
do for
God for good they
we were always supplicating
which we feel confident the l
making In proficiency and I committee : ti Store, corner Fort King avenue and
accuracy '
I will Braise among our public- blessings and rarely showed our gratitude conferred. It was wonderful to con- c '
will win out In the long run. r- :
Magnolia street.
s spirited people.A and thankfulness for His mani- template the giving of wealthy men t
The judges of the contest were I fold blessings. He spoke of the day to charity in its truest sense, the /e # \v\ .:
Col. Webster, of Gainesville Lieut.
I VILLAGE BLACKSMITH and its significance; of our country, founding of great hospitals, where t
Col. Sackett of St. Augustine, and .
the unfortunate and afflicted
1 how it had grown and prospered and poor
Major Bradshaw, of Orlando. The Saved His Little Son's Life -
the best medical aid in .
the people, under its beneficent gov- could, receive .
latter stood up for the Ocala boys ernment, had enjoyed the blessingsthat the world. He knew of one man in
and for them I Mr. II. H. Black) the well known I "
was awarding a prize,
come with it. We are the only New York who gave a million dollars; At S. R. PYLES '
but two to cue don't count In democratic village blacksmith at Grahamsville, .
nation that observes this blessed /to found a hospital and as
Florida. Sullivan county, N. Y., says: "Our ,o"
I day, but we do not observe it with more to- support it, where the poor CAN BE FOUND .
little son, five years old, has always .
of the tenement houses of *
the unanimity with which we should women THANKSGIVING GOOD THINGS {
been subject to and so bad
for the blessings received. On this that great metropolis, when ill, could
i have the attacks been that we have That you can't do without. Turkey
repair and be: treated. "
Breaking into a blazing home, feared many times that he would die. The speaker believed the: time may be King, but we have other luxuries ?a .. ,, .

some firemen lately dragged the We hale had the doctor: and used would come in this country when all that press His Majesty very A': ,. ? _

sleeping inmates from death. Fancied many medicines, but Chamberlain's men would live in comfort and no closely. We have the best plum .

security, and death near. It's Cough Remedy is now our sole reli 10DiscouI- longer dread the days when age and pudding, the best mince meat, raisins -' a i

that way when you neglect coughs ance. It seems to dissolve the tough poverty would confrontthem.. He currants, fruits, and everything _
mucus and by giving frequent doses needed for a delightful Thanksgivingfeast. i
and colds. Don't do it. Dr. Iing'sNew said he disliked the pessimist, the .
Discovery for Consumption when the croupy symptoms appeal s t
man who spent most of his time in ,
we have found that the dreaded er w.
gives; perfect protection against all
finding fault with the world and the CONSULT YOUR WANTS AT -
Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles. croup is cured before it gets settled." people in it, especially the envious HOME wwee n .'- .+

Keep it near, and avoid suffering, There is no danger in giving thi.- spirit they showed against those possessed ,
death and doctor's bills. A teaspoonful remedy, for it contains no opium or On ail of wealth. Place your orders with us and they 11
shall be filled. aim is to .
other injurious drug and be My
stops a late cough, persistent use may
to the Ocala hospitaland ,
Referring G C tICHT :_,J'
given as confidently to a babe as to our customers.
the most stubborn. Harmless and
Tailor Made llitS the collection to be taken up for
nice tasting. It's guaranteed to satIsfy an adult. For sale by Anti-Monopoly it, he paid a glowing tribute to the I Old Alliance Store S. R. PYLES

by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Drugstore.THE. =.- -
noble men, the doctors, who dignify -- -
Price 50c. and $1. Trial bottles free. TillDecember their exalted profession' by unceasingacts
of mercy and charity. How unstintingly I TheSTORYoaSTOVE.

HOT DRINKSC. one of the best, neatest and most they spent themselves to
I 1902.
convenient hotels in the city. Its '
alleviate the physical sufferings
Like the Iron King is interesting to every woman. p
E. Taylor is serving hot drinks rooms are large, airy, and the linenis thir unfortunate fellows. Our liberality The Iron King is a stove with a reputation. For years It has been

of all kinds. There are hot coffee fresh and clean. The table is un We have 500 samplesto should go out to these beneficent known far and wide as the most scientifically constructed. stove In use ,

Vigoral, chocolate, bouillon, Cherry surpassed. Rates, $1.50 per day. Spe- select from and of :: institutions and we should aid It is an incomparable cook stove-an. absolutely,faultless baker.. '

Bloom, Katzenjammer and twelve cial rates to fami.ies or to weekly or the very latest designs. them, give what we could-even the Every Iron King cook stove has the Iron King bridge flue. This .flue ,

others. Don't fail to try them. monthly boarders. Our Makers are . penny, the small coin, the widow's allows all the oven plates to heat evenly. Every housewife understands '

-- J. H. Vereen, Proprietor. mite, for after all it was!:! the small the importance of this feature. "

PRIVATE BOARD and continuous giving that over- No one has ever bought an Iron King and been dissatisfied. No. one
Two blocks from Public Square. The best 25 cent coffee- in town, ROSE & Co. shadowed the munificent sums we can be.
the B. D. T. in 1 and 21b. tins S. wished to give, but seldom ever real
Apply to H. G. Haycraft, 59 North at Come in and examine the stove Itself and find out exactly why thisis
First street, East, or at the Post R. Pyles'.. Who known all ized.He so. .
-, -- .. --. .". are referred to the hopeful spirit of -
Office. 10 21 tf
throughout the United the American people, that rebounding .
States. spirit that no matter how great
the disasters and misfortunesto
a ,
The Ocala House Barber Shop, located THROUGH A $20 Suit for $ J 8 individuals, overcome and crushedI r tom 4j ." '

in the middle of the front of the i i to the earth with pecuniary losses

hotel, offers the best service in its I i' renewed the battle .
they rose again,
line of any place in Ute city. Compe- I L' I II II A $ 15 Suit for $ t 3 I and came out victors in the struggle

tent and skilled workmen and courteous -I ;jof life-a spirit that was marvelous.

treatment. Geo. F. Williams, FIT I He referred also to the Independent .

Proprietor. I I15/! I spirit of FloridIans who, overtaken -

: i j in 1895 with the terrible and 1
FOR SALE I {I crushing: loss from the freeze, refused ny -+rr- 1.

Four houses and lots. Buy a, home C "* 8 'k-X I to accept outside aid, a spirit

cheap. The price will please :you. \ s" fr -- I never shown by the people of any
Terms reasonable. J. P. Phillips, other state where disasters and losses

Laundry. 11-10 1m II I / ,. I had not been near as great. 4.
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II I I Summing up, he said we had reason -

ESTABLISHED Gold Mining Co. FINE!! .. r to be grateful and thankful as a J.a'--
=- TRAv MAFi:! i
are offering limited amount treasury ...d 1 BOSt01l. I nation as a state and as a parish.

stock to increase plant. Reliable THERE'S really nothing to learn. I : I _

agents wanted on commission. R. J. You feel experienced the 'first time OYSTERS! OYSTERS!

Uyas, President Stimson Block Los you use the "New Gem." By its I, Sto1'eI I We are now serving oysters at the

Angeles, California. simple arrangement your beard is removed -i I Montezuma Exchange in all styles ; HUBBARD & MACDUFF '

easily and without the least: I I! and at all hours. The best cook em- j I .

? o n.i.A.. likelihood of cutting the fare. I McCall's Bazar Patterns: j ployed. Remember: us when you I
Its Rind Yea Hava 'Mways Bought I DEALERS IN
Bea a the $1 to $7 Per Set 'I for December are now on want the delicious bivalves.


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Washington, Nov. 28.-Fair tonightand R JRubbia was generally observed, more

BITTINGER and COMPANY Saturday; frost tonight in northern I so than in previous years. The prll'i &illiJffiiYIt

>. Proprietors and Publishers.C. portion; temperature will fall !j with: liniments.blistering.theap-i cipal business houses were closed all

nearly to freezing. Rising temperature i plication of plasters; in fact anything, that; day, the others at noon. So were .
will counter-irritation,is for c
L. BITTINGER, Saturday. I external produce treatment of Rheumatism good, but the banks, postoffice and freight de- "The Perfect Food" .

Editor and Business Manager. I these simple remedies do not reach the seat pot.

KELLYDALEA I of the disease! nor touch the real cause, : Union services were held at the FOR. '

R. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. and relief is therefore only temporary Baptist church, which were largely) .
Rheumatism is due to Uric Acid and ,
-. pretty home wedding took placeat irritant in the blood andas attended, and Dr. Arthur Crane de- Rrnin snd <*J
other poisons ,
x ... PEARSON'S PENETRATORFrom high noon on Wednesday last at it circulates through the system, these i I i livered a beautiful and impressive 3 UiUlt] dhu M 8Cle

the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. acid poisons are deposited in the muscles,, !! sermon, while Rector Little made avery _

the Sumterville Times we Dale, of Inverness the happy con- I joints and nerves and 1 j fine address at Grace Episcopal
air I
to night I MALTA.VITA
tracting parties being their only exposure 1 church taking as his text Psalms t
gather the following facts about Mr. ':1 cold east winds, or any !i
> Pearson's labors in search for oil in daughter, Miss Bonnie, and Mr. t: sudden change in the!'147:1.. the pefcct food for old and voting, sick

Sumter county and the interest his James Kelly. The ceremony was t 1 --. weather, will bring on I The market men report the usual cr well. '"
project has developed among out performed by Rev. Mr. Gracey of the an attack which may I heavy sale of turkeys and" oysters
1 last for a few days o MALTA.VITA
siders. Presbyterian church. Only the immediate I 0 linger on for rand. all our. people enjoyed a bountiful ." .
Mr. Pearson has just received 3000 families of the bride and (ff \' S Every battle with I Thanksgiving dinner. "" contain: s nnre nutrition more tissuebuiKirg -

feet: of cable and piping to overcome groom and a few intimate friends ,t\\\\' .Jdir.Rheumatism leaves., i The rain of Wednesday morning qu iit! es, more nerve stimulantthan
the blood in (j i i's found in other
food.A .
'V the trouble experienced in striking were present. The cozy, pretty par- 'J!Jft t condition, while pooret the j settled the dust, a cool wind sprang any

quicksand at a depth of 1500 feet. lor was brightened and beautified by ===.Jl 1 r.. r corroding acids ar\: !. Wednesday night and the atmosphere ngular! diet of Malta-Vita for

The cable cost at the factory $780. lovely cut flowers and handsome -:- 'gradually consuming: i Thanksgiving was decidedlye breakfast and supper; will remove the .

Not only Is the delay proving annoying greens and made a fitting back- the oils and fluids that lubricate th !I falllike.All cause of insar.inia! and dyspepsia.Eat .
muscles and and they become stiff:
for the bridal picture and joints in all, Ocala had
ground satisfactory
but is expensive, as the company and sometimes immovable I a very -

.' has employed several expert never was there a daintier, sweeter Rheumatism, with its sharp, cutting: :" Thanksgiving. m. A\ALTA.VITA\ I

oil borers, whose wage?' amount to bride. She was indeed the living pains, can never be conquered until the q #
acid blood has been cleansed and purified It gives heaUh
embodiment of her pretty Scotch strength,
$25 a day, rain or shine, work or neutralized .'I LET US HAVE JUSTICE r
and all substances
"Bonnie," and not only is she "
name i
play.One and filtered out of the system, and I If the cow ordinance is a good law f
of the amusing things in connection beautiful in person, but also in those nothing does this so promptly effec.. .
that S. Under the enforce it fully. Enforce it all over -. Malta=Vita need; no cooking. e a; diT ,
with Mr. Pearson's project to charms of mind and character tually as S. vS. purifying
that go to make "the perfect woman, and tonic effects of this vegetable remedy the city in the suburbs as well as on '- Aiwa}'s ready: to eat. x, M '4 I
China and supply
penetrate blood is made the :I the "
the pure, genera "city square. Do not the people
country with oleaginous matter direct nobly planned. health is rapidly built up and the sufferer in the suburbs pay city taxes, as SOLD DY GROCCHSH4LTAYITA -
and avoid ,the Suez Canal routeis The groom belongs to one of the obtains happy relief from the torturing.,
the Interest his work Is creating in finest families of the old Palmetto I nagging pains of Rheumatism. much accordingly, taking everything t ,y,.," i+ s tw11_ !
Get rid of Aheumatism into consideration, as the people immediately --'-- wy"'
the outside public mind, who have State, and is a young man of sterling :
i before it t "
around the "square?
gotten the idea Into their heads that t worth and excellent business ability makes you a nervous fQ PURE FJOD; CO. .
If to have
S we are the cows, hogs,
"J.V.." has a sure thing, a regular He is in every way worthy the S S peevishcripple ,
goats, horses, mules, etc., etc., \TTL3 CREE!:, KICH1GAN
Spindle Top gusher, because he had charming woman whom he won. or pain-
racked invalid. turned loose upon us, let us have the .. 5"01170. CANADA
ceased work on his well and is con- The happy couple left on the 12:30 I
Write for our special book on Rheumatism city taxes remitted and we will then
tinuing to acquire additional options train for a trip I to several of the leading I- which will be sent free. I consider ourselves out in the country

on lands. In con'sequence other investors Southern cities, and a visit to the The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta;Go
and govern ourselves accordingly. If
are now in the field and seek family of the groom in Charleston I .. t
we are to live the sameas in the -- -- --- -- --- -------- --
ing lands among them Rev. Bellamy The going away gown of the bride SHOT IN SANFORD.
farming districts, we need no police-
colored, who for several weeks has was! handsome gray broadclothTitb l -
( men, no "city fathers," no
been traveling over the country in a wrap and picture hat to match. L. W. Dukes, M. D., a colored man',, mayor Ms:
nothing but state and county officers. Hick
buggy, with a Washington map in his The Star. extends heartiest formerly of Ocala, who is a druggist The people will never be satisfied

lap, seeking a location to plant an in- ulations. in Sanford, was shot very seriously with this loose way of doing busi

dustrial school for his race. He secured Monday. A man whom Dukes had I

a tract that he deemed espe- I II I State of Ohio City of Toledo, been attending for several months i cient ness. to Let enforce us have the backbone laws suffi- THE OLD RELIABLE, YET EVER UP TO DATE MILLINERY

cially adapted on which to propagate I Lucas County. (ss.) entered his store; called for a glasof i them. or repeals ESTABLISHMENT, THAT HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME

Industrial Ideas Into his race, which Frank soda and.when Dukes turned t 0 I AND HAS EVEF GIVEN SATISFACTION IN
J. makes
I Cheney oath tha t The cow ordinance is a good one
was not far removed from the draw it, shot him three times. The!
spot !he is senior partner of the firm of F, Enforce it fully. A Kicker.

where the. John W. Pearson Oil Company J. Cheney & Co., doing business in wounds are serious, but not neceSMi'- STYLES AND PRICESe

were sinking a shaft the option the city of Toledo, county and state ily fatal. The would-be assassin, Cures Bloocr
and Skin Diseases Itch
price of which was $1000, a hundredof aforesaid, and that said firm will pay Kiles by name, then returned home; I ,

which was paid down and he returned the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS and{) shot at his wife.three times, and.1 I my Humors, Eczema, Scrofula TO ITS GROWING CONSTITUENCY, DESIRES A CONTINUE

to the Brick City to materialize for each and every case of Catarrh in the scuffle shot himself once. He! I Etc. ANCE OF THE FAVORS SHOWN IN THE PAST, WITH AN

.. the balance. that cannot be cured by th3 u.>c was thought to be temporarily in. Send no money simply write and ASSURANCE THAT NOTHING WILL BE LACKING ON OUR

Then there was big George R. S., of Hall's Catarrh Cure. sane. try Botanic Blood Balm at our expense. PART TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS. ENTIRE SATISFACTION.NO .

who worked under the pretense of Frank J. Cheney. A personal trial of Blood TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS AND TO TRY TO PLEASE

looking up records for a pension for STARTLING, BUT TRUE Balm is better than a thousand printed OUR PATRONS. Yc
Sworn to before me and subscribedin I
a Mexican war veteran. I testimonials, so don't hesitate to I
my presence, this 6th day of December
There were others seeking optionsunder : "If every one knew what a grand write for a free sample.
A. D. 188C. A. W. Gleason, MRS. D. M. HICK -
pleas equally amusing. (Seal.) Notary Public medicine Dr. King's New Life Pills: If you suffer from ulcers eczema

This Is sufficient to show the increased I 1 is," writes D. H. Turner, Dempsey- scrofula, Blood Poison, cancer, eating

Interest of outside Investors, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally town, Pa., "you'd sell all you have i iI in sores, itching skin, pimples, boils, Ocala Florida
and acts directly on the blood]I I
In what we hope and believe will a day. Two weeks' use has made a bone pains, swellings, rheumatism
and mucous surfaces of the systemSend __.L..______ __ ___ ___-_ -=
prove the discovery of oil in Florida new man of me. Infallible for constipation catarrh, or any blood or skin disease. <

and all through the and for testimonials free. stomach and liver trou advise
we you to take Botanic Blood DAY
'PHONE 117
J. & Co. Toledo .
Cheney 0s
bone of such progressive citizens a i I bles. 2. c. at Anti-Monopoly: Drug- Balm ((B. B. B.). Especially recommended .

.. John W. Pearson, Herbert A. Ford Sold by Druggists, 75c, store. for old, obstinate, deepseated '
: I Hall's: Family Pills are the best LIDDON & COMPANY
and Edward Hiller, of Ocala. May cases of malignant blood or skin

they strike it rich. HOI SPERMOLOGOI diseases, because Botanic Blood

-- OCALA HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Balm (In. B. B.) kills the poison in

A LIBERAL OFFER -- The Hoi Spermologoi met this afternoon the blood! cures where all else fails, GENERAL LIVERYMEN

The undersigned will give a fre The first joint meeting of the two : in the high school annex,, heals every sore, makes the blood

sample of Chamb lain's Stomachand societies will be held next F-iday afternoon which the seniors have christened pure and rich, gives the skin the rich

Liver Tablets \J any one wantinga I beginning at 1 o'clock. "Kitchen." I glow of health. B. B. B., the most Fine Carriages, Buggies and: Traps, Drummer'

reliable This will be a contest between chosen We had an interesting program.Herbert ..1 perfect blood purifier made. Thoroughly -
remedy disorders of the i! Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.
stomach, biliousness or constipation. students on each side in recitation Counts read a good essay on I tested for 30 years. Costs $1

declamation, reading and debate "The Cat in Church." Alice Richard. per large bottle at drug stores. To
This Is
a new remedy and a good one. Fine Vehicles Fast Horses
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. and all patrons and friends of son had a very good selection for.1 prove it cures sample of Blood Balm .

the school are cordially invited to be reading. Frank Booher and JohnPelot I I, sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Horses and Mules for Sale.

present. At the conclusion of the deserve credit for declama- Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and
Dr. Iziar returned home this morning
program Col. R. A. Burford will deliver tinns. I free medical advice sent in sealed let
from Tryon, N. C., where he went Debate. Horses boarded by the month at special rate-
"Resolved That
an address before the societies> : ter. This is an honest offer-medi-
to visit his sick I
brothers, dying i
The students of the high school department it is detrimental for a man to be good l i cine sent at once, prepaid.
during his stay, while the other is "
sympathize deeply wit] looking. The discussion was verygood.
still critically ill and his recovery is I UDDON&C01
Miss Margaret Taylor in her bereavement The affirmative won unanimoualy. CHAMPION POTATO GROWER
not assured. The doctor, in the sorrow "I I
caused by the death of her i : Mr. J. T. E. Gaston, in the Shady
bereavement that has come'
aunt. Grove Ocala Florida.
settlement this
1Upon him, has the deep sympathy of grew
his many friends.Mr. I Each day the interest increases i in Mrs. Booe, of the Montezuma, Mr. I with the use of Toomer & Wilson

I the coming event of the season, the and Mrs. M. E. Robinson and Mrs C. I sweet potato fertilizers, off of an -- -

I play to be rendered by the hig;hjC.I Todd and son Heron returned II I acre of land 285 bushels of sweet potatoes ,--_. _."

and Mrs. Lee Miller returned f school students on Friday night, Dec. ,1 j home from Gala Week today. They I I which he sold for $201. He : !> >\

yesterday morning from Radcliff's 19, at the Marion Opera House. j. enjoyed the outing greatly. I still has several hundred bushels for \/ORMSJriIF!
Prairie, near Sparr, where they were
If you wish to have an hour's fun, sale. t ,
quite successful : I I ed In Qa4iir:
shooting ducks come; if you wish to see how well we HOUSE WARMING He said if any farmer in Marion n -. ..

which graced their Thanksgiving table i I can act, come; if you are a well wishJer I county can beat the above field, to For .d"f ears Led al!"j& v.esra iSssi U S < t..UAl .

to the cause of education, come; Rector and Mrs.\ Little will give a let it fco known and next season he 0 EJc.r..6t) n'r AL:1" :o-t' "cG:rams.rerLr .

.i if yOU really love us or wish to see i' house warming at the Rectory on Ok- will issue a challenge to beat the ed b5---e.. : ..,,- ,.-....1es 4,.lk,6r' t.tnIVYIJR/ Po ..r tLLAI ;YM/VNWV C Louis.

TO TRAVELERS us succeed in life by being better educated 1 lawaha avenue some time next week, worl on sweet potato growing. I
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores.
Yon may reed some information Ie then don't fail to come and as soon as the good woman can get I _

regard to schedules, sleeping and dining i bring your best friend.ACCOUNT her house in order. The date will I -- -

car service. It matters not what I i I be given later. An invitation is extended II I

;your destination may &be, informationwill to all citizens irrespective of II

be cheerfully furnished b> any You want new blank BOOKS books for the I I denominational line I MCIVER AND MACK A Y

agent or representative of the Atlantic ;
first of the year. We have them, all -I
Coast Line. The great :ihorou ;- Sid Whaley, the fruiterer, reached
| sizes, single and double led
entry g- -
fare of travel to and from the East!: I home last night from his visit to
West and South. I lers, 100 to 1000 pages, cash book Jacksonville. He said the fun was 0 Leading Furniture Dealers of Central and

i W. J. Craig, G. P. Wilmington. I invoice fast and furious Wednesday night onBay
N. C.; W. H. Leahy, D. P. A., Savannah I + street, and the crowd became so ,

Ga.; S. P. Collier, Jr., Tampa. etc. All grades and prices. II hilarious and reckless that he had a !I ?Southern Florida..<---
I Ocala News Co.
Fla.; Frank C. Boyleston, C. A.. Jack- I fine new derby hat ruined. For protection I

sonville, Fla. ,I ___h_ ------ ----- -- --- f I he sought his castle (bed
I room) and in the excitement of theI .
MRS. E. FELSHAW I Professional Cards I hour he lost all thought of being the

Desires to notify her patrons that ---- -- -- ----- -- -- first man in Florida to ship grape-I TO BE IMAGINED IN THE FURNITURE LINE. > _

the books for which she took subscriptions fruit via the Port Inglis fast steamer
will be here the first of express to Liverpool.
next week when the same will be de- I DENTIST -

livered. dwltll-28 To remove a troublesome coin or HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF TURPENTINE WAG-

Office Over Munroe and Chambliss' j bunion: First soak the corn or bun

Bank ion in warm water to soften it, then ONS, FARM WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES .
PropertyFor .

without drawing blood and applyChamberlain's
Pain Balm twice dal l )
E. I ,
My saloon
building, opposite depot, jly; rubbing vigorously for fue minutes ALMOST ANYTHING YOU CAN ASK FOR. COME "'.;.. : ..
for rent December 1st. '; ;;
For terms
DENTAL SUR3EONJOffice | at each application. A corn'plaster :
address Mrs. E. V. I '
Tompkins, Ocala
should be worn for a few

Fla. Lock Box S21. dwtfll.13I Upstairs Commercial Bank t i I|I days to protect it from the shoe. As

I Building i j i a general liniment for sprains,
Cabbage, lettuce, mustard radish bruise, lameness and rheumatism

and all other fall garden seeds at Ty OCALA FLORIDA ]I Pain Balm is unequaled. For sal-3 l by ,. BEST OUAlITY lOWEST PRICES

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at S. R. :
FINE CANDIES I Of HEALTH Standley, the three year old son of

i! Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Standley went up ,

store Hot Drinks at the Postoffice LVug- Chas. E. Taylor has just receiveda I stairs into his father's room and get Will give the Ladies their choice of High Grade Millinery,

I fine lire of box and bulk candies. some matche6.I *plaYhg with them i Novelty Designs and Artists' Combinations.

.1.1O.'S' Some of them are exceptionally fine he ignited his clothes: ? His mother, ,

GARDEN SEED at TYDINGS & and all are fresh from the factory. r < who was sitting on tie porch, heard Mrs.

I INUNNALJ.'r' II I x.. i his screams, rushed to his assistance L. T. Tompkins
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;-\I 1-; and with rare presence of mind enveloped -
CANDIES, alwaysfresh \I01. I
Fresh made daily at
taffy candy I : the child in her dress skirt
Dame's and as good as any on the mar ., !I Will supply your wants in the finest, most .
and out the
put flames. The
Is often much little
ket. We weekly very
get by
express elegant styles offered to
,,, against the Vife. fellow was burned from his ankles to ever an appreda- .
Finest butter in at S. R. and one trial will convince you I Her is tive trade. The ladies '
town strength the top of his head, eyebrows and of Ocala appreciate "
that the all that is claimed I r ,
goods are j : denuined, she *
Pyles'. hair admire and the
being buy artistic and
for them. The Post Office Drug flesh and her ---- .,
Store. i! and courage slowly leak away from her. While the child is dangerously Millinery. The beautiful material, rich and

Dame's.cocoanut and peanut brittle at -- 1 and Gradually wife is the broken comradeship up. At first of he husband takes I burned Dr. Powers expresses the ,I rare, and the designs from Paris minds and _,
hope that his life be saved. The
The Montezuma Cafe, oysters. I may
his solitary pleasures reluctantly, but hands have contributed to make Mrs. Tompkin's +t
lunches or full meals.: The best and ,_ 1 later he hardly seems to remember the whole community sympathizes with '_
Oranges and bananas at the Holein winter inosF : '
the cheapest. i i old days over which his wife in her Mr. and Mrs. Standley in the affliction opening the notable of ,
the Wall. weakness mourns daily. the Attractive '-
I which marred their Thanksgiving season. wonderful and that
Women who find their health failing,
We are receiving the balance of :< day. which is ever satfsfactory The
and ailments fastening them, appreciated.
I Sweet milk, always fresh, at the womanly : ,
Hole in the Wall. our toys and holiday goods this week should promptly begin the use of Dr. This unfortunate occurrence is a I ladies know what fine goods are. They

and our special sale begins Dec. 1. I pAs Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It corrects reminder that sixteen years ago Mr. have
only to call at
dries the drains which _
and Mrs. called to:
usual we shall lead our followers.The Standley were on
Oysters served by the best cook in weaken women, heals inflammation and I'
Ocala Bazaar, Gadson, Supt. [ mourn the death of their firstborn at .
ulceration and female weakness. It
the, city at Dame's.Apple cures .
fI f I makes weak women strong, sick women Valdosta, Ga. through the effects of, Mrs. L. T. Toinpkii1 ;.'.

Ir. P. U. Milligan, one of the en- well. Sick women are invited to consultDr. fire, his ,clothes catching fire. He ..;
Butter in bulk, fresh and ,(: Pierce, by letter, free. All corres- .,
fine, at S. R. Pyles'. terprising merchants of Eureka, was J pondence held as strictly private andI was so severely- burned that he only. To find them. Her styles are without exception 5e
in the cityjpitay| and made the prin- : sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R. V. survived a few hours.A finest in the
state within
ter twice glad! Mr. M. says trade is ;, 1 Pierce, Buffalo, X. Y. unquestionably tf\ L reach of
Fruits-aii seasonable fruits, fresli all
; good now in his section. i I "I had been a great sufferer from female weakness BEAUTIFUL SONG and please even the gentlemen, many of them connoisseurs
and fine at Dame's.J. for about two years,." writes Mrs. Emma
I I I Richardson, of Gore Wayne Co., Ky. "Could in the selection of art and elegance in milliherY. -

U. Lucas, pf Daisy, was in town I Terkeeween Oil Llnlraeit, the best I j!1 i j bottles not do of my Pierce's part Favorite of the time.Prescription I took four and An effective feature of the morning In fact, Mrs. Tompkin's>t styles please everybody. .
did. I have also used Dr. service at the Baptist church Sun-i
liniment; will not blister by rubbing : felt as well as I ever on
last night and today. I j Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for ulcera-
Try it for all pains and aches and for'' i tion of the throat with good results and half day was the singing of Miss Hattye

I redbugs and mosquito bites. Tydings: of one bottle cured my throat when I could i Mae Porter, of Ocala, Fla., the teacher -
Jellies and preserves, the best, in scarcely
of voice culture at the Central
& Co. The Common Sense Medical
bulk, at 8, R. Pyles'. People's Commercial Bank
Adviser, 1008 pages, free, on receipt of College. Miss Porter sang Dudley .
I stamps for mailing only. Send 21 one- Buck's "My Redeemer and My Lord"
Don't forget the Montezuma. It Ii Mr. Charles K. Ober, of Baltimore, i cent stamps for the paper-covered book, I in a manner that visibly impressedthe BRANCH OF '
table. who spent the past two winters at'' or 31 stamps for .the cloth-bound vol-
setting splendid
a the Ocala House and was very popu- I. ume, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y. large congregation. Her voice is COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE
a high soprano, sweet and resonant
lar, was married to Miss Catherine
A nice line of fresh cakes and
and of
a particularly pure, bell-like
crackers at S. R. Pyles'. I Jordan, of Washington, Ga., last "ON TRIAL FOR LIFE" quality. She sings with great feeling CAPITAL S50.00CXQO
week. Mr. and Mrs. Ober will spend f
and the beautiful words of her
Oysters at Dame's, all styles, pre part of their honeymoon in Ocala. I I "On Trial" will be Dr. Crane's found an echo in every heart Sunday INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS '

pared by a skilled cook. I I theme tonight. In his sermons thus moining.-Tuscaloosa (Ala. Ga-
Oysters served in all styles from I\ < ) DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS "
far, the evangelist has been layingthe zette.A .
daylight to 10 p. m. Also hot lunches RECEIVED.; 'LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT
The for seed for fall foundation for heavier
place to go 1 work. To paper containing the above .
steaks, cakes and hot drinks. was AND SOLD
planting i is Tydings & Co.'s. pan :night he fires the first big gun. All received at this office. It affords her
C. E. .
Taylor.Hancock's needing Christ in the life should
i I many Ocala friends pleasure to see -U ,
Beautiful parlor lamps and chanv 'j ;l come. that Miss Porter's splendid voice is '
her sets at McIver & MacKay's. Liquid Sulphur[ Is !Indorsed
i Live singing, and a cordial wel- appreciated elsewhere. TO THE LADIES
and prescribed by many l fading I come for all. I

Fleischman & Co.'s Yeasts, a fresh physicians throughout the country ,

supply just received, at Taylor's. for all blood and skin troubles. )I SULPHUR BATHS AT HOME E. K. NELSON & CO. HAVE '
i Hundreds!'! of cases of eczema and other OPENED UP A LINE OF

Fresh cucumbers, radishes and I skin diseases have been permanently Fancy apples, bananas, cocoanuts Hancock's Liquid Sulphur baths ;M

and cabbage: at J. G. F -q; J.CJ1'S, next are superior to those of the most celebrated to Date
mustard at the Hole in the Wall. cured by the use of JJar.cek'sI Up= = Millinery

(I i Liquid Sulphur, after all ottar remedies *o city market. sulphur springs, having thc

Tom Lutz has returned from Lake '' failed. For sale by. Anti-) onop"I additional advantage of being made I In A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store, near the Post Office. We propose

City. Mr. Lutz. may remain in Ocala. i iI I oly Drug ('0. CORD AND STOVE WOOD any desired strength. Taking medicine -I to furnish the ladies of Ocala and Marion county with
I I by absorption into the system
I! Any length desired. Prefer orders I
Tyler;* milk I Is the best, purest'! Moler Barber College New Orleans : for hard wood,. but will fill all orders I I through the skin by taking medicated Everything; in the Millinery Line ',

and richest milk on the market. ,Use ;I:I La., wants men to learn barI I[ for pine if preferred. AddressL. baths i is a very efficient method of At the most reasonable prices consistent with a legitimate profit. I

it. her trade. Steady practice, expert ;! 0. liooher, Box 5C, Ocala, Fla. 2Otf obtaining a constitutional treatment.Hancock's We have an expert trimmer, and also an up to date dressmaker,

I I instructions, tools presented, wages Liquid Sulphur never fails and will who
I guarantee to give satisfaction to all favor us with
to cure all blood and skin trouble ..
P. R. Lester; of the Oklawaha ;J Saturdays, board provided. Beautifully i- FRESH, NEW CROP NUTS their patronage.
For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Lumber Co., went to Jacksonville to- |!, illustrated catalogue and particulars -'
i A full assortment just received atThoxler's store.
day. mailed free. MRS. E K NELSON, Manager i

I Christian, Dickson & Co., of McIntosh I
Oysters, the best, prepared in a A splendid line of window curtains, ,
1 shades, portiere curtains, etc., at Meilver FURNISHED ROOMS are supplying Gamble & Bro at
tasty manner, at the MontezumaCafe. j

I1 I| & MacKay's..i. ... -. m Two pleasant, well furnished rooms Dunnellon with chickens. McIntosh J. STARR STERNBERGrER
1 with fire places and closets. No. 12 is noted as an egg and chicken mar
[Frank L't1ey the thorough-going 171/2 South Main Street
I j i North Watula street, next door to De- ket.
Ray Rum, in bottles, 25 and 501/ manager of Ute Sun rest grove atj I
!I Weese House. Mrs. D. E. Peacock.
cents, for the toilet. At the AntiMonopoly [! Stanton, has slumped 700 crates of ; Real Estate and Collections
Drugstore. grapefruit fro.J! the grove and has I
II scarcely made a beginning. i Any one wishing to Luy, sell, rent I For Stove Wood, phone or drop a (

j r or lease property in Ocala or vicinity card to the
,,. M. Ross, of Hines, one of the
I I I will do] well to consult F. W. Ditto RIM FACTORY.
State length of
miners of I Bloom drink made> I
leading young phosphate 1 Cherry the new i
i Toph's office, Montezuma Block, wood desired. I
the state, is in town. I especially for the ladies, 5 cents at i) Sale Lease Rent Exchange.
i: Ocala, Fla. 10 :0) dtf ,
the Post Office Drug Store. I

Watch for Xmas and I I iI! STOP PAYING RENT
our holiday I I "
announcement of fancy goods. The I A piece of Wedgewood is an appropriate !! r FINE VEHICLE PAINTING Rents Collected, Lots for SaleEntire

Ocala Bazaar, Gadson, Supt. and very acceptable present.j! "". \::\IcAteer's bbrcksmith and Own Your Own PropertyThe
i V jf
!I We have a few pieces, genuine and \j jI paint shop doing a/fine piece of artistic Fidelity Home Buyers' Company charge of Property handled on honor.

Nathan Oltensosser came down II I very beautiful. Ocala News Co. ,I paintinVonyfne pneumatic, rub- of Chicago, 111., incorporated, (

from Gainesville yesterday to spend I j i her tired, alumaum wheel buggy of with $100,000 capital, will furnish 17/2 S. Main Street Next to Teapot Grocery

Thanksgiving with his mother. I We make the filling of prescrIp- j i Mr. J. B. Lu /s otjaisy. The color you the money to buy a home, buildor

tioijs our special business, and with: i r; is red gea /and bla&c bolly.V.. F. pay off your mortgage.I I

FOR RENT-An eight room house I care, promptness and low prices have j !J i McAteer/ihe proprietor- the artistic will be at the office of J. E. Bailey '
JT xk
nicely furnished. Apply to Mrs. A. I!j built up a good business. We want i wo .man. every Saturday from 9 a. m. until I

B. Frink, Ocala, .Fla., care Box 891. your trade and will be pleased to I j *V 4 p. m. to explain the benefits and re- '

I have you ask your physician to leave I j fiolct :Scented: Talcum Powfer 0' to ceive applications for contracts for i PRACTICAL and MECHANICAL \

Oysters are unusually fine this sea your prescriptions with Tydings &/ 'eltechafir.g, prickly heat. etc.,:,10c., money. A. M. Higgins, Agent.

son and the cook at the Montezuma I Ii i jCo. S\!\I3 i for 2or.;; Tydings & Co. '\ Box I, Electra, Fla. dw Irall 111 GUN AND LOCKSMITH.

Cafe understands the art of serving I !I ;, 1

them. Cut this out and take it to the An-"I:j! A desirable house to rent, formerly WORM DESTROYER I

I tiMonopolyDrugstore: and ;et a free! l occupied by W. R. Engleby, 118 S. I REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Swarts, of Stan- I sample of Chamberlain's Stomach 1 I II \ Second street. Possession at once. White's Cream Vermifuge not only I
and Liver Tablets, the best physic. I Umbrellas Repaired. Saws Filed and Put In Good Working Order
ton, accompanied by Mr. Swarts' I !|, Apply next door. T. H. Wallis. kills worms, but removes the mucus i

mother, left for Jacksonville this af They cleanse and invigorate the I i! and slime in which they build their i Box 374, Opposite City Market. OCALA, FLORIDA.

ternoon. stomach, improve the appetita and.1 :j{ EYES examined by latest scientific nests; it brings, and quickly, a heal I

regulate the bowels. Regular size, |! methods. No Charge. We are here I thy condition of the body, where "

25c. per box. 1{ exist. 25c. at AntiMonopoly i
all the time. Satisfaction guaran- worms cannot
We have on nand'a neat and com iI
teed. Ocala Music Co. Drugstore.
plete stock of box paper, tablets, E. S. Upham, of South Lake Weir, .-.r I I SEABOARDAir .
pens, pencils, ink. mucilage, etc. Call 1 I J
went to DeLand today to attend the !/ Mrs. Bate Perdue, who made Marion FOR SALE

and see them. Tydings & Co. I Brevard and Yolusia' county Christian :r/|: county such a splendid representative Near square, a neat four room i

Endeavor district convention at the state fair in displaying I Line RailwayFor
/Irs. Mattie Culverhouse who hasp I house. Apply to J. Starr Sternber-
Mr. Uplwun is the state president. ; : the handiwork of" our women,
een visiting her-grandmother, Mrs ger, next to Teapot Grocery.
G. A. Carmichael-w'll return to her !; kept while there, a register and se- Savannah Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh!.
Odd dressers and Iron beds, a big cured the autographs of over 1000 Richmond Baltimore '<
; Washington -
home at Augusta, in a few Jays. Mclver ,
pa. line and very handsome, at & :
persons who visited her department, I New York.
Her little sister, 'Edna, will accnm- MacKay's. Fip! Tailoring Philadelphia,

pan)" her.Drink I '------- -_ I I among them the/.....Q names of the most .
;" distinguished persons in the state, /
I fsy Two Elegant Trains Daily 7"""'
I OCA.LA I such' as the governor United States

Celery Phosphate. It is palatable I ; senators, etc. She prizes the regis-
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with no, refreshing bad effects.and We invigorating make it and, I!. FURNITURE'C I' ter venir highly of her and labors will keep and it the as success a sou- I Skilled d orKnie l ij ijOn I FLORIDA AND METROPOLITAN LIMITED .

know what It contains and thereforeare I i
[r that attended Marion's exhibit. i SEABOARD FAST MAIL
in a position to recommend It- I .

The Postoffice Drugstore. i J, LOST! LOST!-Two ring ton Choicest Materials I Modern! Pullman Equipment
SELLS i the street today a plain and a dia- I I

"I have used Chamberlain's Colic,, I FURNITURE AND HOUSE ; mend. Return to A. E. Burnett and( I I have a very complete line of Fall
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and ,I FURNISHINGS. WE SELL GOODs
: receive reward. I Samples, also a big stock of Piece Line
find it to be a great medicine," sayMr. I GOODS AND AT ROCK BOTTOMI I I Goods for Suits and Trousers. Call -

E. S. Phipps, of Poteau, Ark. "It I i PRICES. IF YOU HAVE NEVER :Mr. Wallace, of Candler. came up I and see my samples and have your .

cured me of bloody flux. I cannot ': thui afternoon but i* not in taken. Seventeen \r '
TRADED WITH US FQR THESE"LINES good measure years >
from Jacksonville
speak too highly of it." This remedy 'I licaLh. He is suffering from a veiy'bad !the business should learn your needs. I Operating Daily Through Sleepers
always wins the good opinion, if" ; WILLie ( fold.IOuI' Respectfully, to New Orleans.

not praise, of those who use it. i SATISFY YOU THAT WE MEAN I I _
quick cures which it effects even I in WHAT WE SAY. THERE IS NOTHING Celery Phosphate is Invigorating Jetty Bfitnett reservations call .
I >,r rI I I'orfull information and steeper on any agent
; the most severe cases make it a favorite -"I IN FURNITURE WE DO NOT and has not the bad effects of I
i I Seaboard, or
Tailor. _
everywhere. For sale by AntiMonopoly HANDLE, INCLUDING MATTINGS, some other soda fountain drinks. Merchant !

Drugstore. "I RUGS, SEWING MACHINES, ETC II I I The Post Office Drug Store. 1 One Door North of Masters' i A. 0. MacDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt, .' Jacksonville, Fla

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j We rejret the loss of Mr. B. R. for Indigestionand KID NE Y""' %Ora e

i Stripling and family, who have recently Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, EditorA

a i j' removed to Tampa. Dyspepsia.The BACKACHE.
1I We are glad to note the arrival of funeral of two of the S.M.B. will 411 Bladder asd

I some former citizens of Anthony, in stomach is the laboratory of be preached at New Zfbn Baptist: Urinary,Dssea>"fJOe.", CURE

i ithe persons of Mr. E. H. Quain and the body. Keep it in order and disease church next Sunday.

wife, who will likely spend the winter cannot exist. Tyner's Dyspepsia The editor is called to Santos to Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ocala, Fla.

\\_ with us. Remedy increases the appetite, as- --
attendthe funeral of the aged motherof -
for Infants and Children. By a recent change of schedule similates the food, aids digestion and Mrs. A. J. Jacobs. NOTICE OF APPLICATION

I the passenger trains north and south positively cures all stomach and bow- \
The Kind You Have Always Bought bas borne the signature meet here. el troubles arising from a weak and *01d Hoss ..Sale.-Three carloadsof For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of

I of Clins. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his Thanksgiving services were held disordered digestion. It never fails, odds and ends of all descriptionswill Chapter 4388,. Laws of Florida

personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one thousands be on sale at the S. A. L. depotat
as testify.
in the Methodist church, Notice is hereby given that R. S.
Imitations and public auction December
in this. Counterfeits 18. Let
deceive ,
to you the pastor, Rev. T. H. Sistrunk. Cured After Years of Suffering Hall, purchaser of Tax CertificatesNos.
Just-as-jjood" are hut Experiments, and endanger the everybody go and purchase.The .
The Confederate veterans who at- Mr. W. H. Clark, of Atlanta, Ga., 585, 733, 1044, 1045 and 1103,
health of Children-Experience against Experiment. friends of Mrs. William Smith
tended the recent reunion at Tampa
: says: 1 suffered severely with dyspepsia dated the 2nd day of November, 1&S6

r The Kind You Have Always Bought report having a delightful visit and for 35 years, but thanks to Tyner's will be glad to know that she is safe- and Certificates: Nos. 805, 889, 1455
ly lodged at Hypoluxo and the familyis
treatment while
receiving Dyspepsia Remedy it has en- and 2117 dated October 3rd, 1898,

r Bears the Signature off there. tirely cured me and I am well again.It enjoying the best of health. r- and Certificates Nos. 669, 1049, and

Mr. Chalmers Raysor has been is the best medicine on earth." FOR RENT OR SALE-The Toby 1407, dated August 7th, 1899, and Cer-

M here on a brief visit to his parents. Moore house lately vacated by tificates Nos. 646, 648 and 1473, and
Our jovial friend, Mr. J. E. Talton,, 50 cents per large bottle. Rev. Scott. Ten room. Just re- has filed said certificates In my office

is putting lumber and other materialon For sale by druggists. Six bot- paired. J. Starr Sternberger, next to and has made application for tax

the ground to build a new residence tles for $2.50 or sent by express on Tydings' Drugstore. deeds to issue in accordance with
receipt of price by Tyner's Dys-
on Church street. A nickel party will take place nextMonday law. Said certificates embrace the
Over 30 Years.
Use For
pepsia Remedy Co. S.
Mrs. Leander Green has returned 107 night at Mrs. Everett's res- following described property situatedin
-.ft'lI'' .. ,-- "f--", f """" after a visit to relatives. near Lake taurant.Mr. Marion county, Florida, to-wit:

City.Mrs. Send 5c.: to pay postage for a James Williams of Lowell was SeVi of set, sec 12, tp 14, R 21; s%

Kate Aultman, from Georgia,, I sample bottle. in the city yesterday. of svrVi! sec 18, tp-14, R 22; n% of sw

is on a visit to relatives at this place. Enterprising Tailors V* of sw',4 sec 2. tp 15, R 21; sw% of .

MISS MAY MARREtL VELVET sw l and nel,. of ne& sec 10, tp 15,
.y The enterprising firm. of colored
BELLEVIEW R 21; e% of sw*4 of sw% and nw& '
f RUBBER tailors, J. A. Colyer & Bro, have received {
A Society Belle of London, Canada. HEELS I of sw#, sec 12, tp 14, R 21; e% of se,
: One of the oldest inhabitants of a splendid lot of patterns for %. 29 14. R 21
r Enable the who be sec tp ; n% of ne% of
ISSMAYMARKKLL flow in a healthy and natural Marion county passed away Monday. may suits or single garments and samples net,. and swV4 of ne% of ne%, sec 10, \

11'11 of London, Ontario, manner. Menstruation Mr. William, Mason, aged 72 years, standing the greater part of each from which to select a fall suit tp 15, R 21; e% of sw&, sec 15, tp 16. \\

f Canada, is a beautiful started right is very easy to died at his residence suddenly from day, to go home at night without and they have also received a triangle R 22; lots 21, 22, 23, sec 30, tp 13, R* ,
girl who knows what keep regular through the I that tired and dragged-out feeling or three sided mirror, in which
about 4 He
apoplexy Monday p. m.
I 23; swH, sec 32, tp 14, R 22; n% of
is and Wine of yearsofmaturewomanhood.Cardui which is otherwise customary.
those having a suit made at the
his usual health establishment
in Sunday
; swH! and ne / of sw% ? !
of.sw4 sec .
has brought her back Then the "change of life"to They are noiseless, and therefore I its
can see perfect fit.
health. She b one of the need not be feared. Thus: complained about 4 a. m. Monday of recommend themselves for use in ,all I tp 15, R 21; nel of nw'/i, sec 28, tp

social favorites of her home Wine of Cardui is woman'sand feeling ill. Dr. Abshire was sent : The East Alabama Messenger says: 14, R 21; w', of nw%, sec 28. tp 14. '

her recovery to health uq, :.. best relief from youth tool for. By the time he arrived Mr. Mason I places where the noise of walking is "A colored man named Rev. W. W. R 21 ; wof. nwU, sec 15, tp 16, R

has permitted her to enjoy
the company of her many ttia,.fayJlark iG Lave secured blessed relief afternoon.He NEEDED EVERYWHERE land near Ramer, Ala., and while the date of the issuance of such certificates .
friends instead of from their sufferings by tak-
lying on was born in Mississippi, but I Ladies particularly find them a great '\ attempting to dig a well struck a in the names of Unknown, E
abed of sickness antI suffering. For infl' this treatment. It relieves menstrual Sil-I
the health she now enjoys she givescredit e troubles in an incredibly short came to Florida over fifty years ago I boon. Nurses should wear them I I ver mine, which on being examined \V. Agnew 8 Co., H. L. Anderson, J. .

to Wine of Car ui. She writes: time. In a simple case of deranged and has lived in this vicinity over in all cases.! Waiters in hotels I is said to be worth millions of dollars. H. Leupin, Jacob Jackson, John We*,

"I have Wins of Cardui an e.'tCtlme.nses Wine of Cardui never fails. To forty-five years, being formerly an and restaurantsneed i ., He has been offered $5,000 000 ley, Jr., Oliver Isham, Lewis Miller,

lent remedy for female trouble. suffered relieve disordered menses IS to remove overseer on the old Col. Waggaghan 1 them. I for it and has refused." C. J. Allred, James Bonner, Ned C.

for three! years with tsrrible: bearing-down the cause of other female troubles. Any plantation. He was married twice,, Doctors, Lawyers, Professional PY LINE o t AlabEv; mdse iso Charles Est. of, Est.. of J, J.'Loftoa.
will tell!l that to
pains at the menstrual period. I could physician you remove his two wives being sisters, the and Business Men, School Teachers, Mr. Robert J. Wilson Informs the Unless said certificates shall be re
disease renders
the cause of a the cureS
hardly stand on my feet and was never Misses Roach. There is a son, Mr. I and others whose business
confines 'deeds
in fact seldom fails to complete : public generally that his barbersh >p deemed according to law, tax
real well. Wins of Cardui was the only easy
medicine that I could depend on to do me the cure. If you would have the same W. Mason, now in Chicago, and a I them in places where the din and "is open daily. Shave, 10c.; hair cutting will be issued thereto on the 29th day

any good: as I tried several with no suc relief which Miss Marked secured try daughter, Mrs. Williams, of Ocala, confusion from constant tramping is i '25c.; shampooing, 25c. Razors I of November, A. D. 1902.,

ass. Wins of Cardui cured me and I Wine of Cardni. You can take it with- both by the first wife. annoying, will recommend them. I kept in good order and perfect satisfaction Witness my official signature "and

1 1< have now enjoyed/ perfect health for two out an examination, whatever. You and without take it any in Dr. and Mrs. Mixter, of Worcester, For Sale ByD. I given. Magnolia street, near ,seal this the 24th day of October( A.

years, and give you all the credit for I the publicityknow of borne can and Mass., arrived Friday and have: gone I S. A. L. depot. D. 1902. S. T. Sistrunk.
privacy your secure W. GOODWIN,
you deserve it. just a 3 much benefit as if a doctor Lad to housekeeping in the Rush houseon I We will speak next week of the Clerk Circuit Court of Marion cousty,
For a young girl Wine of Canlui IS prescribed it for you. Thousands of women Robinson avenue. Practical Boot and Shoe Maker, Florida. '
the best remedy to guide her through are feeling the vigor of returning Mr. Rex Nichols of the Teapot 25 Fort King Avenue, Ocala, Fla. I I ability .Qt the switchmen in the railroad ...4CASTORIA

: womanhood' by starting the menstrual health by taking:, Wine of Cardui. I Grocery of Ocala spent Sunday with 11-25: -1m. ii i i yards of this city.
'f *The
Magnolia Restaurant
o:1 I his parents hpt'e. I cornerof

'' t. i1 D A million suffering ,: I Mr. David Stanley left Tuesday for A CARD Magnolia and Market streets. Is
ilf/Oi I C DVU have found relief iu I'' I I open at all hours and can furnish
tV H.j
Wine of Cardui.Fresh I Tampa, where he has accepted a {! For Infants and Children.
\ .... I I meals and lunches at reasonable i
.r ..r L- ''- '''''' flattering offer to manage an orange Whereas by force of circumstances II
--. grove. His family expects to go l la-!11 have been compelled to change ,myj I I rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ruth The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears :
Managers: I II
j line of work, I therefore take this I
ter.Mr. theSignature ::;-.
Meat t and Game G. A. Gardner, of Pittsburg, I i method of thanking my friends for i I Rev. W. H. Hall, pastor of the A.

I arrived Monday and is registered at I past favors, while I solicit a liberal II M. E. church Orlando, died this of ,

,111e Seminole, while completing hisresidence share of their patronage in the future morning at 10 o'clock.
We keep on hand hill line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and i
p .
t which he commenced last at my present vocation. I *Go to Rev. S. S. Bellamy, the jew- I +n- a-- +nr.
Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
year in what has been known as I Respectfully, William Giles, ery, notions, etc. Watch and clock
Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made. I I II ALEXANDER
I "The Park on Robinson avenue. Manager Broadway Furniture and repairing a specialty. Satisfaction
I I 'I
,t'. L. JONES, LNZOLIBR, I Other late arrivals at the Seminole Upholstering! Co., next door to : guaranteed. tf- 8 22 -' Practical

Proprietor. Butcher I arc D. C. Warner, Cleveland, 0., J. I William Bcnus':: Bakery. Rev. S. A. Williams goes to'Orlan !

W. Copeland, Atlanta, and J. W. I '1 I do this afternoon, to attend the funeral r CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful

CITY' IV1 A r4 V< 5- Shippen, Atlanta. A GOOD OPPORTUNITYMeans ; of Rev. Hall, which will take
A daughter born tor Mr. % i I estimates made on all con
__ __ ___ --- '1 -_ --- -- _. I was a success in business and place Sunday morning.
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I II I Sparkman Tuesday night. means a success in life, and it all I *Soup every day at Ike Tompkins' I tract work. Gives more and better over
FELLOWSHIPRev. DUNNELLONThanksgiving work for the money than any
i teaches us to know a good thing I restaurant. Special orders for sick
LUCK IN THIRTEEN man in town.
I I when we see it. Have your clothing { people. .
A. B. Herring of Lake Park, : day has come and.1 By sending thirteen miles William
cleaned and in first classstyle
i pressed : Full supply of fresh country eggs,
Z" has been holding and judging from the number Spirey, of Walton Furnace, Vt. I
..Ga. ;_ an evangelist, gone got a !c at reasonable If I
a price.
I 'j you chickens and turkeys at W. 0. :Par
a series of meetings at the Christian of turkeys sold our good'people had box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that I J J. A eOLYER BROTHER <
bought a spring or a summer suit, ker's restaurant. ,
church for the past week or so with i I a regular old style New Englancfeast. wholly cured a horrible Fever Soreon I -
.1 why not have us to dye it and make : *I. E. Tompkins fish and t
his leg. Nothing else could.
success. / *
it a first class winter suit? as we use i i stall No. 10
Mrs. Spellman, Mrs. Godson, of Dr. and Mrs. Griffith attended Gals, I Positively cures Bruises, Felons, Ulcers i iI city market, and restau- SUITS FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP
the best and sele in the
dyes dyes: rant, 49 South Magnolia street j
Ocala, Jesse Turnipseed, James Car- Week in Jacksonville. Eruptions, Boils, Burns, Corns i
Southern States. in all shades
Dye phone 67.
linglon, of Kendrick, Jas. L. Smith, Rev. A. L. Prisoc, the Baptist minister .. I and Piles. Only 25c. Guaranteed by
I as you can get anywhere else in the I Material Unequaled for the Price
Prof. Wentworth, of Berlin, and J. S. filled his regular appointmeuihere Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I i ; >
I I : world. New York Steam Dye Works,1 Missionary
McCully, of Standard attended the Sunday. ,
63 South Main street, Ocala, Fla
meeting at this place last Sunday. I Miss Pauline Drew, a very charm SPRING PARK II III Johnson pastor of ,A. M. E. church, f CLEANING DYEING AND REPAIR.
: I Next door to the Ocala Steam Laun I
Rev. Mr. Herring was at this place ing young lady of Clearwater, is visiting -I dry. .. Apopka, and Rev. N. G. Boyd, of ING NEATLY DONE ,

about five years ago and held a series I her sister, Mrs. Andrew John I Our quiet little town is being awakened -I Wildwood, passed through the city I

.of meetings in the Cottage Hill ( son. 11 from its Rip Van Winkle stateof today. I ,
BLITCHTON Fall Samples In Great Variety for
:school house and gained several con I The dance at, the city hall Friday the past summer, and every man, Remember those dimes. / ,

verts. night was very well attended.We woman and child has seemed to "geta Winter, the graybeard, is knockingat The S. A. L. store house was bro- Inspection
Last Sunday Miss Jimmie Brown, heard with much regret of the move on" to prepare for the com our door. I ken open last night. t

daughter of Mrs. Sally Brown, united i I death of Mr. James Perry, a promising I ing of the winter residents. Cobwebs Mr. Frank Hall was in Ocala last f! BEST. SUITS FOR THE MONEY

with the Christian church at this young married man of this place, are being swept down, yards I week. i I A STARTLING SURPRISE IN TOWN

place and was baptized at 3:30 p. m. t j and extend our deepest sympathy to I and walks made clear from weeds, !I Mr. J. 0. Robinson, Williston, I -. sOur r.

in the pool near Mr. J. A. McDavicl's: the bereaved wife and relatives.: I tin roast and corned beef bones carted !stopped over in our burg one night I Very few could believe in lookingat $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike

store. ,j Misses Bessie Brassell and Lillian i away and the fatted calves, pigs last week en route to Ocala. A. T. Hoadley, a healthy, robust ...,

Mrs. S. A. Hawkins united \uth ( Bassett were shopping in the Brick I and fowls given extra allowances of Mr. A. T. Browning attended blacksmith of Tilden, Ind., that for NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET

the Christian church at this place City Wednesday.: grain to get them in a condition to preaching service at Pleasant Hill I.i ten years he suffered such tortures: 'ext Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the

Saturday by baptism. .I Misses Daisy! :Milligan and Mattie play their part in a satisfactory man last Sunday. I from Rheumatism as few could on- Cotton BuyerP.

Gambol spent Saturday in Ocala. ner during the coming holidays. I Master Robert Worthington, of I II lure and live. But a wonderful 0. BOX 134

CURED OF PILES AFTER FORTY I Dr. Baskin and Mr. J. A. Grubles Hon. J. C. French and wife and I Morriston, is making' his home here ;. change followed his taking Electric I

YEARS left Wednesday for Jacksonville. Mrs. M. E. Sears arrived the 21st !! for the present. I I Bitters. "Two bottles wholly cured I

I Miss Annie Feinburg took. in Gala I mst. and seem to be as glad to be in 'I' Mr. L@on Wilson has returned : me," Le writes, "and I .have ;uot felt'l'
Mr. C. Haney, of Geneva, Ohio 11'c'! Week. I home from Morriston, where he hasI LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RY
their homes in the south i
cozy sunny
the piles for forty years. Doctors i a twinge in over a year. They reg-
once more as their friends are to I been working. ulate the Kidneys, purify the blood First Class Service and Quick Schedules -
and dollars could do him
no lasting I I
A DANGEROUS MONTH have them back. Quite a number of Blitchtonians I and cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
good. DeWitt's Witch .
Hazel Salve
I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Packham and have gone to Jacksonville to enjoy |! Nervousness, improve digestion and -TO-
cured him
permanently. Invaluablefor !
I j ji I
cuts, burns bruises, sprains, lacerations : This is the month of coughs, colds i Mr. C. Twombly arrived the 25th and i Gala Week. I I give perfect health. Try them. Only BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE,
all are welcomed back by their i Cane grinding is a thing of the;
: and acute catarrh. Do you catch many 50 cents at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore
: eczema, tetter, salt rheum I f EVANSVILLE, .CHICAGO,
cold! easily? Find yourself hoarse [ friends here. past.Dr. I
and all other skin diseases. Look for!
the ; with a tickling;: i in your throat and an I I Rev. P. J. Reeves went to Jackson- I Butch went to Gainesville LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI,
name on the package-al: OYSTERS! OYSTERS!
others are cheap, worthless counter- annoyin: cough at night? Then, :you :I ville last week to meet his mother, I I I Tuesday. ST. LOUIS

!should always have handy bottle of who has come from the North to I
a I
f lts. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. : i You will find an oyster opener .'.r AND ALL POINTS WEST AND
i Ballard's Horehound Syrup. J. A. :; spend the winter with him. Mrs. SEABOARD
I I I ten years experience at W. L.:Jones'daUs NORTHWEST,
L Anderson, 334; West 5th St., Salt Reeves still remains very ill.
WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN from CAFE CAR 6 and 8, City Market. Guar-
Infce: City, writes"We use: Dallard's A colored} family moved into the
Marion county at on"e to prepare for I horehound Syrup for coughs :Corcoran hcuse Monday. The Seaboard Air Line will operate f anteed clean and first class in every MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS,

positions in the Government Ser respect. The famous Sol Aytch, oyster AND ALL POINTS SOUTHWEST
and colds. It gives immediate relief. I I The turpentine men have commenced a Cafe Car on morning trains from j
vice. Atjply to interstate Corres. I
We know it's the best remedy fo to box the trees in this vicinity. Jacksonville October 3, 4, 5 and 6, on !i opener. Fresh oysters every day. .

Inst, Cedar Rapids, la. Sep. 27. : these troubles. I write this to Induce ,i I account of the G. A. R. excursion Prices, 30 cents a quart; 15 rents a THROUGH TICKETS VIA THE L.

I pint. Free delivery.IKE &N. .
{i-I which will give passengers an E
other people! to try this pleasant and opportunity
Reductions In BOX PAPERS to
efficient remedy." 2c.;; DOc. and $1 at i! THE OCALA PRESSING CLUBi i to have excellent meals on ore Sold by All Railroad Coupon
make room for our new stock for the I I i.
Anti.} Iono oly Drugstore.COPYRIGHTED I these trains. TOMPKINSThe Ticket Agents in Florida
fall. Don't buy until you look at our !
i I Clothes cleaned dyed, pressed and Sleeping car reservations may be
stock The Post Office Drug Store.
NOVELS repaired. Work J..' made and Pullman tickets issued at All Around Hustler For' schedules, rates and sleeping car

f -- I: ladies' skirts cleaned. City Ticket Office. Has[ opened a first class fish stall, No. reservations, apply to
OAS> 1 OnX.A. I
Kind You Hare TIle handsomest line in the state Come and give me a trial. I This sleeping car runs through and I ]0, in the City Market, and he asks J. M. FLEMING, Fla. Pass. Agt.,
Always Bought:
Bear [
rLhB of new novels just off the press. :' William Gordon Prop. !iI arrives Washington in the the patronage of the public in and 206 W Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla
llig> ., + mOrning'J
of T rCKi/l; I Ocala News Co. I J3 South Orange. ll-27d I Secure your reservations out of the city. STONE, G. P. A., LooIsTllle, KT.'A .


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