The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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v. ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
General Note:
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
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
11319113 ( OCLC )
2052267 ( ALEPH )
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Beginning tomorrow Atlanta A 0"ROOKlYll qfl,1
Coast Line begi'a 4 ew schedul :. CONSUMPTIONmna : ,'

and puts on anotvf train betwee
:between JaclcsonvVle and Tampa!

I The said tr'n wfU pass throng Mfcs Alice OTeil, 312 Adams street '
A OY L iS P Brooklyn.> N.Y n :
Ocala northbound atV20 a. m; an e- Promptly writes

a southbomfu at 2:25 a. This wil "/cannot say too much la favor of Pel' lJ& About

be goofl news to the traveling pub I Baptist -., Saved Her Lif a cold year ago I was completely went out, bad a serious
and a bard which
lic. / \ 11 o'clock morning JThe: Pr., of seemed to be la danger of
f V 0 V" affecting my lungs. If my system had been iaattmn&f
a Soul /'2 > \condition It would have been much easier to
\ / HOG KILLING TIMES Three, ateniooc/.t|'tten only. throw off this cold, but 1 could not sees to ret
G Evening, 7:30:4'Theme, "Suicide." I any relief until / took Peruna, and I must say
that It did the work
Judging from the number of far Dr. Crane preaches at each hour. thoroughly. Wltbla a
week I could see a wonderful Improvement,
AK1N6'POWDER mers in town today who took shoulders Music by chorus. and torte Peruna four weeks and ant la perfect .,

: and hams to thecold storage AH welcome. ." health now." :* >

establishment, there must have beena .Methodist I ALICE O'NEIL. ,
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hog killing time In Marion .."
county Sunday school; at 9:30 a. m., Dr: A. -

the past few dayS: L. Izlar, Supt. The school will :

Absolutely Pure have special exercises M. M. Little's ,_ ,4 > '
Judge Bullock returned home from ...., -"
class of young ladies render- a, -'.. :>:
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE holding court at Bronson Wednesday ing interesting program in the inr .W -. :- '-

evening. He had a very busy terest of the Southern Methodist \
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court of
every night University at Soochow, China. "

% OCALA OCCURRENCES the term. He will go to Gainesville Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. by 1ttk m q 8 t

*, 4*- y<. ,... Monday to open circuit court there. the pastor, Rev. Howard Dutill.
Cranberries S .R I7J. : *:
:'"! Oysters served in all styles from Morning subject, "The Holy Spiritin -
Hot Drinks at the 'Postofilee&i3rtrgstore .
., ... I daylight to 10. p. m. Also hot lunches the World." Evening subject, \e '
Vtaffy ... ,
,'-' : steaks, pan cakes and hot drinks.C. "The Holy Spirit in the Church."

GARDEN SEED. ',at TYDINQS &.1 E. Taylor 3 Note the
', ; : I II Epworth League at p. m. 1 Ilt
("0:'S. :.;>; I ?lr. Tom Sislrunk, cf Fellowship, change in the hour. Speciaf missionary : .

New crop: nuts. at the' Hole' in the brought in a load of hogs today and program to be rendered.Mrs. I .f.ft

'V. ,11. '. i. Ii Ii.I sold them to Mr. Fausett, the Exposition I. S. Patterson, chairman of '.- .

candy made daily at merchant. exercises. f 4tS y trc '
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Dana, ,:.. ; S I I Hancock's Liquid :Sulphur is Indorsed Everybody cordially invited to these

Finest. butter "in town at S. R. and prescribed by many lading services.Mr. )
.. physicians the } i
Pyles'. '; throughout country

Mrs. Estell, of Juliette, was in the for all blood and skin troubles. V. B. Potts, of Irvine, was*in t, S 4L ;: : ? -

city today. Hundreds of cases of eczema and other town today and brought informationthat I ,

skin diseases have been perma- Mr. J. L. Feaster, the crate man- : 0" "
C'ocoanut and pan}, brittle atDante's.
nently cured by the use of Har.cock's ufacturer of that place, died Thurs-
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Liquid Sulphur, after all other rem> day evening and was buried this
Mr. Charles, of Oxford, was among dies failed. For sale by AntiMonopoly morning at Micanopy. Mr. Feaster cL
the' today. ,
throng" Drug Co. had been ill for several weeks, first
Sweet milk, always fresh. at the Mr. L. W. Drew, of Belleview, the with an ordinary fever which developed -
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Hole in the Wall. orange tree promoter, was with us into typhoid, and caused his ,

P.. A. Carver, of C t lit. untr. is today as was Mr.'Dow Beck, of Cot:' death. Everything possible in medical : / .

at the Montezuma. tage Hill, who brought in a lot of 1 skill and science was used to '
Cocoanuts, warranted- sou hogs for cold ,storage. save his life, but to no avail. Up to Miss Alice OWe// .i ,

Hole in the Wall splendid line of window curtains, his late illness :Mr. Feaster had not & 'i ixc ,,; s' -
s, portiere curtains, etc., at Mc- been really sick for twenty yeares. i :; ,
Miss Violette Robertson is
friends kt Whitney. Iver MacKay's.A. He leaves a wife, one child and many { rib 1, ?
A. D. Mitchell and Joe W. Davis ,
I' friends to mourn his death. He was
Oyster, s.served by the best .cook- in energetic' farmers and stock men, !I comparatively y young man, scarcely About Pe-ra-na as a Remedy for AH TM!"vases rf Wlnlor, "nghs, i t 1' '' ,
the at Dame's.New I Colds and Catarrh. % '&
city from Summerfield, were in town to-
i I thirty, yet from small beginnings That Peruna cures catarrh, coughs, colds, is well known to both the <
Lounges just received by J. day to deposit meat in cold storage. I had built up a very successful busi- medical profession and the jteoplo generally, it is undoubtedly the njost \. --

A Pittman & Son. JUST RECEIVED Carload, of ness and stood high in the commer- popular remedy for this class cf diseases la existence. Read the following = -__ i

L' Fruits-afi seasonable fruits, fresh Chairs. Willow, cane and wood cial world. He was an exemplaryman letters: .f '

and fine at Dame's. chairs. J. A. Pittman & Son. and by the fair treatment he accorded Pe-ru-na Cures a Cold at the few doses never falls to care me for such afflictions. 1, and othttl to
I Miss E. M. Isaacs whom I recommended It
are using
cold ar.J I Its
Sweet oranges, choice bananas, at Mr. A. P. Baskin, of Anthony, went every one with whom he Vlee-President of the keep well through "
It with beneficial
now results W.
-Miss: ii. ?,!. Isaacs. -
the Hole In the Wall. I to Dunnellon this afternoon to visit I came in contact he made friends and writes: J. Purmao. .

Jellies and the best, in I his son, Dr. James Baskin. retained them. "No one who has tried the W. J. Purman, ex-member of ..
preserves If do not derive and.ltIJe
ress from Florida, writes from 1428 you prompt
bulk, at S. R. Pyles'. We make the filling of prescrip- Peruna brings ever be factory results from the use of Feme
I Mr. S. S. Selig, Jr., agent for the I used to dread the slightest nnpleas"A N. Washington, D. C., as V
Don't forget the Montezuma. It is tions our special business, and with West Disinfecting Co., of New York, I consequences \vcro so lengthy : write at once to Dr. Hartiaan, giving I

setting a splendid table. I care, promptness and low prices have is in town trying to induce our city unpleasant, and the catarrhal representations to me and full statement of your case,and be will +
built up a good business. We want be pleased to give you his valuable advice .
which followed I feel In
Invariably so experience justified
A., ice line of fresh cakes and authorities to use Chloro-Napthole- -
your trade and will be pleased to -'et ri.i of, bat since I have dingyGzr Peruna to any and gratis.
crackers, at S. R. Pyles'.. have you ask your physician to leave um as a disinfectant. It is said to.. ;.->..' .-'41 ? secured through :: :i.3 suffering with catarrh, Address: Dr. Hartman: President of

There were twenty-two arrivals:; at your prescriptions with Tydings & be a very fine preparation. vr> free from silt is (! cr stomach troubles. I The Hartman Sanitarium, Colombo,

the Montezuma yesterday. Co. 'rin y. repsrd it s:* tf stsst nark and remedy, Ohio.

Oysters at Dame's, all styles, pre- County Judge Bullock issued a I BOOKS FOR THE HOLIDAYSWe i -

pared by a skilled cook. marriage license yesterday to William have now in stock a ,fine line. EYES examined by latest scientific We have on nand ,a neat and complete Oysters are unusually fine this season

Cigars and tobacco-best grades Brigham and Gertrude Fennels, of bookw+for the holidays an'd;
at the Hole in the Wall. of near York. Parties colored. three times as many more on the all the time. Satisfaction guaranteed pens, pencils, ink, mucilage, etc. Call Cafe understands the art of serving

way. We will have an abundance of Ocala Mi 6nl r .1 t *P ...I dins &_Co. -
German Kraut P. B. around ises:
Sauer at WANTED good, all mill i YomJ --- Ai.r "RII '"

Dukes' stall, City Market. man. Apply to J. M.\ Meffert, Ocala, i books from 5 tijgfiBBBftatj) I..... 1 .
An exceptionally fine line of children's -I
The place to for seed for fall FIa. dlw ltw 11 29
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books, beautifully illustrated, .
planting is Tydings & Co.'s. Col. J, H. Livingston, who has I -- I .v., 9 ft .'.'.. ftI
from 5c. to $1.50. Gift books from "" '
Mrs. P. W. Spellman visited neigh- been absent for a long time in South .. \ 6G. -_ :
'[23c.:) to. $3, padded poets, fine Bibles, ".'< ,
bors at Cottage Hill, Sunday. car tia attending to business, rej" trap albums. eLc.Ve will" show the

Fresh, crisp, house grown vegetables turned time Thursday. rargest line of books that has ever

'at the Hole in the Wall. Anyone wl buy sell, rent I I been carried in Ocala. The OCALA BAZAkA

Beautiful parlor lamps and cham- or leas & roperty iq.Ocala or vicinity I II i Ocala News Co. : ,

ber sets at Mclver & MacKay's. will dp well to const3.t'-F.. W. Dit- .

Miss Florrie Condon left yesterdayfor to, Toph's office, Montezuma -Blo# FINE CANDIES '

Jacksonville to visit friends. I I Ocala, Fla. \. I 10' 9 d1r{ :I Chas. E. Taylor has just received Regular Noah's Ark. '

Go round and see J. A. Pittman & Mrs. A. B. Frink, who had the, misfortune I a fine line of box and bulk candies. : .

Son when you want Furniture.Mr. to lose two vtjuabl %!i>ngtf Some of them are exceptionally fine o 'JJI' :-'"

and Mrs. Moser, of CottageHill yesterday, was rejoiced today'tt1 find I and _all are fresh from the factory. -- ':.: ',

Fleischman, were in town& Co.'s today Yeasts shopping., a fresh I them.A desirable house to rent, formerly I I'I Chas. W. Seibold, president of the We are receiving the balance of our Toys and Holiday Goats T:"

occupied by W. R. Engleby, 118 S. : Hagerstown Rim and BendIng Co.fVWt .,
received 'I this week. Our :
supply just at Taylor's.Born I Special Sales begin December J -
Second street. Possession at once. '!who has been here for several weeks ,

yesterday; morning to Mr. and I I Apply next door. T. H. Wallis. |II i I putting in,ft new engine and boiler** at and continue until J 1903.We
Mrs. James Brown a fine girl baby. I II I Postmaster Groves has had springs j| his works, left for his Tallahassee! .

Tyler's milk is the best, purest 'I plant this afternoon. .
I put on the doors of the postoffico. j I -
and richest milk on the market Useit. I'I They are inclosed in pretty brass j i iI i "I' have Chamberlain's Colic, I '

I I! boxes and are as stiff as Grover I;|!I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and are making special Sunday School Teachers, ,/ : __ _
Oysters, the best, prepared in a1 Cleveland's backbone. i I i find it to be a great medicine says ,
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tasty manner, at the MontezumaCafe. Mr. E. S. of Poteau Ark. "Icured
Phipps, -
to Xmas Tree
The Montezuma Cafe, oysters, prices Com.wishing to buy presents "
me of bloody flux. I cannot
lunches or full meals. The best and
V. B. Potts, of Irvine is buildin a the speak too highly of it." This remedy y".

house for Dr. Jno. L. Davis at that cheapestCaptain I always wins the good opinion, i If mittees, Sunday School for their Sunday School \. .
Martin, the turpentiner, of
place. I not praise, of those who use it.. The <*
Davis, was doing business in the ;
I quick cures which it effects even in Committees and Public will find
Odd dressers and iron beds, a big. today. II classes, some- ."
line and very handsome, at Mclver & the most severe cases make it a favorite ,
MacKay's.J. I everywhere. For sale by AntiMonopoly '

H. Vereen, of the new Central TOYS I Drugstore.Mr. School Committees, on thing appropriate and will :. .'

Hotel, had forty guests for dinner We have a fine stock of toys of all I Tom Pritchard of Candler was

yesterday.We kinds. Don't fail to see them. Art I Jin town today.NUNNALLV3. Holiday Goods. get special priees.Secial ;

are sorry to hear that 'P. W. and photo albums, baskets, collar j CANDIES, always I". .
.Spellman is confiend to his bed witha and cuff boxes, toilet sets, mirrors i
fresh and as good as any on the mar
and other fancy articles.
cold. many
severe ket. We get them by express weekly all!! Schools Schools and Churches
"i. Ocala News Co prices to Sunday
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Violet Scented Talcum
''". s and one trial will convince you /: J f,

reliev chafing, prickly heat etc., lOc., that the goods are all that is claimedfor for Christmas Tree Supplies and tv:
3 for 25('. Tydings & Co. ONE MINUTE COUGH CURE them. The Post Office Drug .:,"
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Rev. Howard Dutill married Mrv. Is the only harmless] cough cure that Store. Holiday Goods.
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Jno. F. Thompson and Miss Annie M.: gives, quick relief. Cures Coughs, i FIREWORKSWe .
Childs Thanksgiving Day. Colds", Croup, Bronchitis, Whooping IF YOU WISH TO SEE A HAPPY CROWD, LOOK IN OUR STORE. -.: ;, n -
for fireworks.I
are headquarters
""' Cough, Pneumonia, Asthma, La-
Cherry Bloom, the new drink, made Plenty of all kinds and the prices are ,
Grippe and all Throat, Chest and I
especially for the ladies, 5 cents at all right, wholesale and retailA APing

the. Post Office Drug Store. rain Lung," troubles.says Gertrude"I got E. Fenner soaked, :Muncie by- canes and ammunition flags and rF II' P

Chace Crane, assistant postmaster, Japanese lanterns. 1
Ind., "and contracted a severe .
has returned from a vacation spentat The Ocala News Co. n Supt.To .
cold and cough. I failed rapidly; I
Crystal River and Homosassa.
lost 4S lbs. My druggist recommended I .
Cut this out and take it to the'-An One Minute Cough Cure. Tie first WORM DESTROYER'. of ---
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tf.Monopoly'Drugstore and set afree; bottle brought relief; several curedme. White's Cream Vermifuge not only --- -- -

sample fSf. Chamberlain's : Stomach I am back to my old weight, 14S kills worms, but removes the mucus Cure ) Cures Grip

and Liver Tablets, the best phy tc. pounds." One Minute Cough Cure and slime in which they build their I oy la TWo Days.

They cleanse and invigorate the cuts the phlegm, relieves the cough! nests; it brings, and quickly, a healthy .
H Take Laxative Bromo !i' oiU
stomach, I improve the appetite, and at once, draws out inflammation, condition of .the body, where ..; eveiy

regulate ..the bowels. Regular size, cures croup. An ideal remedy for worms cannot exist. 25c. at AntiMonopoly Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. box.2sc. .

25c. per -box children. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Drugstore. '..:- : -'-' : _-.:" -, -- ,- ,- .-.'-.,

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I Tracy, one of the pioneer selji KIDNEY tUJd lroPs ,.

i! tiers: at Eastlake, but for many years Rev. J. E. A. Keeler,Editor Gray

1''an absentee, was a visitor in town BACKACHECURE
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I r this week. j jI las, the architect of the king oft Afl I Bladder Anarinafy

i I Mr. W. S. Allsopp is in Jacksonville Diseases.AntiMonopoly !
w, built the watchtower that 11. _
superintending the erection of'
its the
rays over sea-a: greatof
1 some houses, for which W. W. Reed iIG
= it Drugstore, Ocala, Ma.
'I SNiw. masonry was in those old .
| is now getting out the lumber. t ri
for infants and Children. 'I >:i I a The king of Egypt had given I

I.Sowing oats is the order of the 'I, CANDY : instructions that beneath the lantern i NOTICE OF APPLICATION

Caslnria is a Jiarmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric J farmers, the late finerafns CATHARTIC where the light was his name should For. Tax' Deed Under Section ,
8 of
,, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It having put the ground in good I'
appear that after ages might dins on Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida -
contains 1 neither< Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic condition for seeding. I
substance. It destroys \Vonns and allays Feverishness.It 1 the magnificent work to his name, I N tice Is
hereby given that R. S.HjUI.fHirchaser =
1r Diarrluca and "Wind Colic. It relieves- Teething .. Mr. John Davenport returned a few TS40E UARN REft.STffiEO11ea but Nidas was like many a Christianhe 1 _

Troubles' and cures Constipation. It regulates the days since from Winter Haven loved his own name best. So, of Tax Certificates

Stomach and Bowels, giving* healthy and natural sleep where he has been employed of late .s Nos. 585, 3,\ 1044, 1045 and li&3,
right ia the '
The Children's Panacea-Tho 3Iotherv Friend.Always *. and leaves again In a short time for I 1'- stone, carved as deeplyas dated the 2naulay of November, 1896,

Arcadia.Mr. The Kind You Have Bought t. fr M<*''el). Velkei.orirlpe Kx*. .f.ill! Write I his own name, "Nidas," but over it
McJamison, of Stanton, having freertnqfe awl hookVtcn hoal'h e.t4reelrll.t and 2117, dated /)ctober 3rd, ,
n.-Jr'c..pnr.< C&irtgo!! ]Xuatn-il Si.Is.-k. 32U I he put the plaster, then blazoned on
Bears the Signature of become surfeited with small game, and Certificates Not 669J0F! and
king's name in gold letters.
coons wildcats, possums:: and foxes, .ffPYOUBJLOOBCLEJillVELVET I 1407 dated August 7tAJ $9, and Cer
lighthouse finished it
has struck out for larger game and I tificates Nos. 646,J>* *Bd 1473, and
was the admiration
of all, and they
last week his dogs ran down a' l large has filed said ce *fficates\i my office- :
saw king's name on the tower.
buck on Heather Island. and has ma c application or tax

Mr. J. E. Adams caught an eight RUBBER HEELSEnable Nidas knew very well that as years deeds toyraue in accordant* with
.rI II went by the spray of the sea would
pound bass last Saturday. It was law. Srfm! certificates embrace |he
In Use ,For Over 30 Years. served to the guests and family at the wearer who may be eat into the plaster, he knew right foIl .ing described property situate

THE erlll.AU" eo.. a"'Y.' YT MORRIV S.RftT NEW YO" C'TY. standing the greater part of each !i well that it was but a temporary suri -
'-.' .._..! ..:.s ",! _' '": .:::" -, ... .''' ''':--i::'';;''- '''; the Pleasant Hills House on Sundayand Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
-' -S.- day, to go home at night without i j face-place of the king's name. The ell4 of se%, 12 14
made an ample dinner for nine sec tp R 21; s%
that tiredanti years rolled on, and at last the plaster
STA'R'R persons. dragged-out feeling l of sw Yi! sec 18, tp 14, R 22; n% of sw
J. STERNB.ERGER winch is otherwise was stripped by the sea, and
customary. I u4 of sw%, sec 2. tp'15, R 21; swj% of

171/2 South Main Street A STARTLING SURPRISE They are noiseless and therefore |j[ there stood out the solitary, bold I sw> and ne'/4 of ne4' sec 10, tp 15, '

recommend themselves for use in all ; carving of the architect's name. God R 21; e% of sw& of swi and nw>4

places where the noise of walking i is !I help us, Christian workers. We have of sw%, sec 12, 14 R 21
Real Estate and Collections Very few could believe in lookingat tp ; e% se
put the Lord's name in plaster and
A, T. Hoa we chiseled our own name in
S blacksmith of Tilden, Ind., that for NEEDED EVERYWHERELadies ne1/ and sw& of ne% of ne%; s
Houses For the stone. Where is the heart tod!
ten years he suffered such tortures particularly find them a great II I tp15U21'e*,$ of sw%, sec 15,Tp 16,
j will not
say, "Guilty? Ah! I will
: from Rheumatism as few could endure boon." Nurses: should wear themin say 22; lots'21, 22, 23, sec 30 tp 13; R
Sale Lease Rent Exchange it, "Guilty! It is God's mercy that '
and live. But a wonderful all cases. Waiters in hotels the chastisement is not as public as 23\swi, sec 32. tp 14, R 22; n% of

change followed his taking Electric and restaurantsneed swi4, nd ne14 of sw% of sw%, sec. 2,

Rents Collected Lots for? Sale Bitters. "Two bottles wholly cured them. I the have sin.witnessed So do not many throw very stones foolishly, asI tp 15. 21: net of nwl/,. sea'R8'tp

me," he writes, "and I have not felta *Doctors, Lawyers, Professional 14, R 2w. % o w%, Ot"28:, tp 14,
|j doing at Ananias and Sapphira. "
twinge in over a year." They reg- and Business Men, School Teachers I R.21 ; w}; ff6li4se' 15, tp 16, Rassessed .
Entire charge of Property handled on honor. i Their sm was not the gross, outrage- '
ulate the Kidneys, purify the blood I and others whose business confines I 2. The 'sa Jan lng at 1t
j ous thing that you may think: it was '
WV2 S. Main'Street Next to Teapot-Grocery and cure Rheumatism Neuralgia I them in places where the din andI I just over again the false half crown the date oft ;)isuance of such cor, '

Nervousness, improve digestion and I tlficates in mes of Unknown, E. '
confusion from .
constant tramping iannoying s in the
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: .I W. Agn & Co. I. L. Anderson J.
give perfect health. Try them. Only will recommend them. I' ,
Robertson. .
50 cents at. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. H. in. Jar "son, John Wes- I
For Sale ByD. *"Old Hoss "
I Sale. -Three carloadsof I Jr. OJ'
Lewis Miller,
:LIDDON & COMPANY W. GOODWIN odds and ends of all descriptionswill Y'f. c. ,

Practical Boot and Shoe Maker, be on sale at the S, A. L. depot I Cha' ..t; Est. of J. Lofton.

Tax Deed Under Section 8 of 26 Fort King Avenue, Ocala, Fla. |j I at public auction December'I 18. Let : .... said certificates sl ll 1 be re-

GENERAL LIVERYMEN Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida 11-23-1m.NOTICE. j everybody go and purchase med according to 'law, tax deeds:.

I Notice is hereby given that L. E. FOR RENT OR SALE-The r I S I will be issued thereto on the 29th'day, .

Ferguson Purchaser of Tax Certifi OF APPLICATIONFor by Moore house lately vacated by I of November A. D. 1902. 4 '

Fine 'Suggiea and Traps, Drummer' cate No. 990, dated the 6th day of Au I I Rev. Scott. Ten room. Just r eWitness my official signature, and: ; l

gust, A. D. 1900 has filed said certificate Tax Deed Under Section 8 of i i paired. J. Stair Sternbd'ger, next t to i I i seal this the 24th day of October, A.
Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.,. in my office and has made appli Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida I I Tydings' Drugstore D. 1902. S, T. Sistrunk- '

if cation for tax deed to issue in' accordance Enterprising Tailors Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county! ,
Fine Vehicles Fast Horses Notice is hereby given that N. W.
with law. Said certificate The Florida. .
Ellis, purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. enterprising firm of colored i- '"-

(,' Horses and Mules for Sale. embraces the following described 1163, dated July, 1889, and Taxi I j i tailors J. A. Colyer & Bro., have re- ; j'r

property situated in Marion county, Certificate No. 2402, dated the 2nd ',,'ceived: a splendid lot of patterns for CASTORIAFor

florida. to-wit: Nw'/t of ne1/, sec 3,
; suits or single
garments and
I day of November, A. D. 1896, has sam-
Horses boarded by the month at special rate tp 13:; s, R 21 e. The said land being from which to select Infants and Children.
I filed said certificate in my office ,an(lples:',I a fall suit

J assessed at the date of the issuance has made application for tax deed to ,,; and they have also received a trian- The Kind You Have Always Bought

UDDOJ&CO2Ocala I. of such certificate in the name of par issue in accordance with law. Said I|'gle' or three sided mirror, in which ,

ties unknown. Unless said certifiCate j certificate embraces the following described I',: those having a suit made at the eSe Bears theSignature 1/1

Fors' a. shall be redeemed according to I property situated in Marion :,''tablishment can see its perfect fit. ofNOTICE ."
law, tax deed will be issued thereto I
i j county Florida, to-wit: Nw',4 of nw t Mr. Robert J. Wilson informs ,;:
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on the 20th day of December A. D.I I i j '
| I
$afhuve*> *<** + *><31r 3 ?: i x3Cr43C aCu3rs. 1902. Vi, sec 30, and nw'4 of sw% of nwH, i;: public generally that his barbersh 'p "" .

t I sec 31, all in tp 16 s, R 24 e. The !i is open daily. Shave, 10c.; hair cut I OF APPLICATION : .
I. Witness my official signature and, said land being assessed at the date ,, ting, 25c.; shampooing, 25c. Razors For Tax Deed Under Sectioft of : ,/

I Nine- !i { seal this the 14th day of November, of the issuance of such certificate in I !, kept in good order and perfect sails I Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
a as.
I A. D. 1&02. S. T. Sistrunk, i r
the name of parties unknown. tin :: faction :
given. Magnolia street near I
Tenths Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county, j' j Notice is hereby. given that Walter, .
1 d I less said certificate shall be redeemed 1|' S. A. L. depot.. I I j Williams Ii
I Florida. fe er of Tax CertifKc

of .0.: t I according to law, tax deed I I;, *The Magnolia Restaurant, corner i J ...te No. 2171featevl; the 3rd day !pf? -.
Pure Juices from i Natural Roots. will be issued thereto on the 13th day ;;
I NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor J j t of Magnolia and Market streets i is October, A. D. 198, h3. ..filed. aid,.
of December, A. D. 1902. "' -
all the !i j r open at all hours and ran furnish certificate: in'ce and has lp.ade

DEGiliATES j the liver, Stomach! and Bowels: I Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Witness my official signature and I{i meals and lunches at reasonable application for :tax F A:*ya deed to Issue iris I''
seal this the 12th day of November I' '
t I| rates. Sir and Mrs. W. J. Ruth, accordance, with law. Said certifi 6
Cleanses the Purifies the Blood 4883
PeopleSuffer System, i Chapter Laws of Florida A: D. 1902. S. T. Sistrunk, !!1' : -
I Notice is hereby given that R. L. Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county, 1 rate, embraces the following described

l plIRES c Malaria 1 Biliousness I Constipation! :Martin purchaser of Tax CertificatesNos. Florida. i l .crJto Rev. S. S. Bellamy, the Jew- property situated in Marion

u 15SO and 1581, dated the 6th day J I ery,: notions, etc. Watch and clock !j; county, Florida, to-wit: N% of self

from a Weak Stomach and Impaired DigestIOn.Diseased of August, A. D. 1900, has filed said I, repairing a' specialty. Satisfaction of seVt, sec 30, tp 16, R 22. The said

f certificates in my office and has NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor I guaranteed. tf f 22 land being assessed at the date of _'

EverEoiife/ Giiarantaed to 8i3 Satisfaction I made application for tax deeds to issue the issuance of such certificate in the ,
Soup every day at Ike Tompkins
j Tax Deed Under Section 3 of
liQALL a0/9E.. of Emanuel Felder.
=BARGE: HO'Z'"r L1. name Unless"
I accordance with law. SaidI ( restaurant.
Special orders for sick
I i \ PJ ice, 3O Cents. certificates embrace Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida i I II said certificate shall be redeemed.according
.Ivor following | people. ac---I i
I -- I described property situated in : Notice is hereby given that M. G. j to law, tax deed will be issued

i Prepared by JAMES: f. BALLARD, St. I.cusMo! j run \Ia-I Chambers, purchaser of Tax Certificate !' Full supg v of fjsh( country eggs, I thereto on the 6th day of" December -

......"{ .)>6rf .. *,f> ..:)>f'&Xj;_ K't"t 2t. .. AA.-h", M 'I county Florida to-wit: Lot No. 162 dated the 3rd day of Oc-1|: chickens arid turkeys at W. 0. Par : A. D. 1902.
blk 63, and lots 1 and 2, blk 64,
For sale by Anti Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores. I Belleview The said land being as- '. tober, A. D. 1893 has filed said cer-I L ker's restaurant. \\Vitness my official signature and ..

tificate in my office and has made seal this the 1st of November A
I jsessed at the date of the issuance of *I. E. Tompkins, fish and oysters, day ,
I placation for tax deed to issue in D. 1902. S. Sistrunk '
accordance T.
such certificates in the name of Martin 1 stall No. 10, city market, and restau I .

Freyheat and! Game I and Varnum. Unless said certifi with law. Said certificate1 i rant, 49 South Magnolia street, I Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county",.. ,
embraces the !
following described Florida.
cates shall be redeemed according to I phone 67. : -:
property situated in Marion I ..
county I _,
law, tax deed will be issued theretoon I
We keep on hand a lull line of the hast Beef, Pork, Mutton and the 13th day of December A. D. Florida, to-wit: Nw4 of se',4 of nw i I; I NOTICE OF APPLICATION

'' x Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc %. bee 29:}, tp U, R 21. The said iI I IL. AL EXANDER For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of '

Careful l attention to orders and quick delivery made. 1902.Witness land being assessed at the date of the
my official signature and I Chapter 4888, Laws of Florda'Notice ; '
issuance: of such certificate in the!I
X seal this the 7th day ;of November, A. i Practical is hereby given that J. E.u
IV. L. JOKES. LOKZO name of Unknown. Unless said certificate
D. 1902. S. T. Sistrunk, Whaley, purchaser of tax cerrifleaieNo.
Butcher shall be redeemed CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful
\ Proprietor. I Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county, accordingto 1555, dated tha 7th day of Au-
law, tax deed will be issued thereto !

... Florida. estimates made on all contract gust, A.'P..1S&9, has filed said certificate -
'. c:: IT"V 1'/1 A I<. e: I on the 6th day of December, A. D. omcd' has .
/ work. Gives more and better in mr and made applxition -
.., __-, -: .-- -': I&102. !I
-- --- -- -n -- -- I I ADMINISTRATOR'S SA work for the money than any other for u.x rtred; to issue' in accordance

NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE of Citia Marion county, Florida and Witness my official signature and j man in town. with law. Said certificate .
Notice is that
I I described: as beIng lot number one given on JVlonday, seal this the 1st day of November, A. i embraces the
that under the first of December f D. 1902 !jI followius! described >
Notice i is hereby given day "
D. 102.
S. T. Sistrunk I
of block! number six in the Susanna ,
j NOTICE situated in -
and by virtue of a certain final decree ij i wii sell in front of the '/urt house [ Clerk Circuit property county,
Court of Marion
att.. j Wilbur plat: of the aforesaid town of county, Florida, to-wit
made and entered on the...13th I floor for Marion county, l ]lorida at I Florida. i i jFor Tax Deed Under Section 8 of : Southwest Quarter of-_
Citra. as shown in the records of the I southwest quarter of northwest *

Mb. day of April, A. D. 1900. by tee lion. of :Marion Florida the lour commencing at eleven,' ..nn.un___._.._..n....._.,'.,.....,........n.._n..___..n.. I Chapter 4888, Laws. of Florida I II quar.-; "
clerl 's office county, : ter and northwest quarter .of south
Villiam A. Hocker, judge f the cir- 0'cloc1\in the forenoon, jjjFl 1 of the ui-j: l I Notice is hereby given that Fred
the same beini sold to satisfy j J. A COLYER I west quarter, 11
& BROTHERSUITS sec township
\'t court, fifth Judicial circuit of I \ collect*! notes, book amounts, judgi I i i j Mention purchaser of Tax Ceilifi- I II 'pn
said final decree and costs. I Ii I I 15, range 22. The,said land being as-
FloUda. sitting in chant -:y for Ma I incuts aid other evidences of indebt- I .ate No. 109S, dated the 6th day ofj
Carlos L. Sistrunk, cessed at the date of the issuance...
non\county in a Main cause I 1 I! fdness 4ie: the e.statp of Oliver G. j August, A. D. 1900, has filed said certificate -I -
y IUicial M.a fQIL.Jn. nt.---- FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP such certificate in the name of Un,
where\ Ella O. Bro' Ie was ':',:'! d eased. A Ji.5t of the same I in my office and has made application I, known. Unless said certificate shall ,-

\and Charle:- \Y. Whit 01 file in tie county judged I for tax deed to Issue in
l> arnan ? Material Unequaled: for the Price I aC.1 I be redeemed according to law, tax i'I -
Mrs. Kintal A. WMe were U nd jay be | en at any time. cordance with law. Said
deed will be issued thereto the 6th
uVtersigrfd alp sell $e following lands: embraces *the following described on _.
ants the special m 1'I day of December, A. D., 1902
In chancery\apT/inted in and nbe 1 1i1;; on plat of or map 'I CLEANING, DYEING AND REPAIR property situated in Marion county Witness official signature and

\ / 1 of ligifland i Park made by Florida, to-wit: Commencing at aj I I my
... aid decree to cute the same I ING NEATLY DONE seal this the first day of November,
cck t recorded in Marion I t point 11.05 chs n of sw cor of lot 2, yi
on : A. D., 1902. S. T.' Sistreajf ..--
Florid in book of miscella- sec 16 tp 15, R 22; thence n 8.95 chs, 'it"'
Monday, the t d y of Decei I Clerk! Circuit Court of Maritsi' County ';*:----: ; ,
:!cord;' 'ttered "B. page 313; Fall Samples In Great Variety for I e6.60chss8.95chsw6.60chstop '' "

D. 1 ) thejx i of the SW\t of sec Inspection o b. The said land being assessed! Florida. *-

Between 11 a. m. an' p. (G j s, 1\ e; all of blk] 23S of at the date of the issuance of such !

front of th/ south door the. n of 1\" ]shton according to BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEYIN certificate in the name of Unknown. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, FINAL

house in e city of Oeal.r.: )rdl in el'k'offite for Ma Unless said certificate shall be redeemed DISCHARGE

county. F orida. offer and ex t\: mty, In l ok "A," page 30: TOWN I according to law, tax deed -As the administrator of the estate, .<
of J. U. Wilson, deceased I will, OU.--, !
sale an y will then and there ) 13 in thtownsite of Dun- will be issued thereto on the 13th day : ;; ;
the. ,
1111111.. Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike :1i ..:
the highlit and best bidder for Marion coufcty, Florida; lots | of December, A. D. 1902. 20th Day of February, 1903, '..',''.":

) in hand/ the following described '4i, 344 as in the plat of NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET Witness my official signature and Present my accounts and vouchers to : ;:

propert situated in Marion co {vision of town of Dunnellou i :.seal this the 7th day of November A. the county; judge of Marion cecityfor
Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the settlement and ask for final dIs-
r Florida and particularly] desca Bounty, Florida. Terms of D. 191)2. S. T. Sistrunk, a
st charge. This 18th day of August,
follows, to-wit: All that i. Luc ina A. Finch, Cotton BuyerP. Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county.I 1902. Stewart Raney

tract and parcel of land in the ninistratrix Est. O. G. Finch. 0. BOX 134 Florida. 8 22 6 m Administrator, '

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Washington, Nov. 29.-Cloudy tonight >I PAR I S AlTERN HATS

and COMPANY and Sunday with occasional /' A FREIGHT WRECKED .
Proprietors and Publishers.; showers.! I I

\ \ -- II I There was a serious wreck of a WiP give the ladies their choice of High Grade Millinery( '"

C. L. BITTINGER, Hoq. 1C.. French, of Spring Park, freight train at Montbrook today. ,

Editor and Business Manager.R. celebrated hrs eighty-first birthday All of the west coast trains today, Novelty Designs and Artists' Combinations. _

today. A family dinner at his home both north and south bound came

R. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. ,' was a. feature of the occasion. :Many I tt.r I I via Ocala. Mrs. L. T.; Tompkins :

gifts were received from absent The book-lceeper's r i -
.... ,
SANTA GLAUS .- friends, one a complete, life of the occupation renders i PERFECT SCRAP BOOKS
him specially liable to I Will supply your wants in the finest most t.
late president, Mr. McKinley, with a .
We will have a big line of "Perfect
Has written the Co. that he The
stomach trouble.
Racyt :?
history of his cabinet and the stir elegant styles ever offered to an appreciative .
wills be atViheir sto/l..on November hasty breakfast the ) Scrap Books" in a few days. The .

28th, the'Stor after Thanksgiving. ring events connected with his ad "quick lunch" the most complete. scrap album in the trade. The ladies of Ocala appreciate, .

And r he wan I the children 6; ministration. Mr. French's Ocala long hours spent in country'co No mucilage or paste.. Call admire and buy the artistic and elegant in .

come.:to see hi He will give each friends join in congratulations and stooping ledger over with journaland lack for, them. All prices. Millinery. The beautiful, material, rich and .

sadk otia and if they will 'best wishes for a continuance of of exercise, all tendto The Ocala News Co.
one a ( rare and the from Paris minds
designs and
good health to him and Mrs. French.Mr. the derangement of Z'

mail a letteln th box in front of French is hale and hearty and the stomach. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSThe hands have contributed to make Mrs. T ompkin's ,
the store Jle. will Be hat they get When the stomach is in a healthy con-,
by his erect carriage and elastic winter the most notable of
Just wh they want at Istmas. dition the feeling after a meal is one of tax books are now open for opening :
\ step looks twenty'years younger satisfaction and comfort. Whenever the season. Attractive wonderful and thatwhich -
11 11 &w the receipt of state and county taxes -..
than he is. there is discomfort after eating it is a
I sign of stomach derangemenkor disease.Dr for 1902. Books close April 1, 1903.E. ) 5- : is ever 'satfsfaclory, aPPSeciated: The "l -'

h Pierce's Golden :Medic Discoverycures P. Thagard ladies know *."*" :
FANCY FRUIT what fine L. and Henry Griggs, of Oxford, diseases of the stomach and other. 11 7 Tax Collector.Mrs. goo : ;? : .
Fancy apples, bananas, cocoanuts only have to call at .'
came up this morning with ,a load of organs digestion and nutrition perfect! I .. .j; #.Y>
I and cabbage at J. G. Fersu&cii's, next permanently. The'cures.effected by :
pork to put into cold storage. Mr. S. .
Martha Hall and her charm- '
!fo city market. this medicine are almost countless.I r '
L. Griggs has thirty hogs for cold have taken one bottle of Dr. Pierce's Golden ing daughter Miss Laura Churchill, Mrs. L. T.

.'., storage,an his son twenty. They Medical Discovery for indigestion and liver complaint are expected at the Park Tuesday. T. _. '
CORD AND STOVE WOOD ," writes Mr. C. M. Wilson, of Yndkin ;
had xperience on the Sum- Davidson Co., N. C. Have had no tad
a noel College. They will be accompanied by a lady
since I commenced taking medicinein To find them. Her stylesTare..wiSoutexceptiffli the
Any length desired. Prefer orders pells your
raerfield hard/road. found thatto
: They fact have not felt like the same-man. friend, who will spend the winter
.i for hard. wood, but. will fill all for- avoid a wreck they would' have to Before I took the 'Golden without Medical awful Discovery'distress I with them. finest in the state, unquestionably within fhe reach of .
could not eat anything
ders for pine if preferred. Address rig "up a brake foritoeTr- wagon. On but now I can eat anything I wish without having all, and please even the gentlemen/many of J tI em4 con ,- '

L. 0. Booher Box 5G, Ocala, Fla. lOtf the splendia fefifd road the horses Dqn't unpleasant be fooled feelings.into" trading a sub- The Only Guaranteed Kidney CureIs noisseurs in the selection of art.. and ekgance innerVe '"' "

could not hold back their load going stance\"for a", shadow. Any substitute In o
Smith's Sure Kidney Cure. Your fact, Mrs. Tompkin's. styles 1 please even ,t
FRESH, NEW CROP NUTS ,\own hut Apiece. of rope at the offered as just as good" as "Golden ] .
Medical Discovery' is a shadow of that druggist will refund your money if after 4 JiftI" >< .
A full assortment just received at right place solved the problem. -" i I
: !! medicine. There are cures behind every taking one bottle you are not satisfied ;>t' ... ,, .
Troxler's.. 4 claim made for the Discovery," whichno i with results. 50 cents at AntiMonopoly "TO HAVE and TO HOLD"are 'diHet end propositlons; / _

lot I The following parties returned this "just as good" medicine can show. Drugstore. .. r'

A LIBERAL OFFER afternoon from Jacksonville:' Jno. T. the Dr.bowels Pierce's and regulate Pleasant the Pellets liver.cleanse They We make them one. That document, that 'keep sake) ., .

The undersigned will give a free Lewis, Moss Bluff, Mr. Espey, Robert produce permanent benefit and do not Mrs. A. B. Frink will return to

sample of Chamberlain's Stomachand Knight, and Captain Stambog and react on the system. Tampa this afternoon. Her residence that treasure-we hold each safer t *ft"strong :bo in ,... .

Liver Tablets to one wantinga wife Crystal River, )Irs. Feinburg,
any will be at 1012 North avenue. /
our fire-proof vaults costs $5 a upwards., Yoi
reliable remedy for disorders of the Dunnellon, Sam W. Teague, Mrs. C. year, .
stomach; biliousness or constipation.This R. Burt and children, Ozello. Mrs. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY have have 'takes both to.fin. '
Two pleasant, well furnished rooms a key, we a key; ii .
-fa a new remedy and a good one. B. will remain over a few days in Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- ..
i .
with fire places and closets. No. 12 .'
Anti Monopoly,.. .Drugstore. Ocala. North Watula street, next door to De- lets. The signature "E. W. Groves"on You have-we hold. 'VsFf.$ /

.' Weese House. Mrs. D. E. Peacock.Mrs. every box' 23c. "
r. Lon Edwards, wife and baby State of Ohio, City of Toledo; M UN ROE & .e Sjj BLlSsXBankers

from Fairfield, took their Thanksgiving 1 I Lucas County. (ss.) FOR SALE "**
Redding, who has been absent S-iif JO Fla
dinner with M j. Edwards' parents Frank J. Cheney makes oath that Handsome residence ... ,
Mr. and Mrs. /Judson Edwaids. all summer In"Northern Pennsylvania eight room _. 4 _.....
he Is senior partner of the firm of F. I newly renovated, bath and toilet in ,
They also attende services at the J. Cheney & Co., doing business in visiting her sister, returned
house, stable and outhouses, large
Baptist church. /Vhile here Mr. the city of Toledo, county and state home this afternoon. yard and garden. Best neighborhoodin Mrsl 'DII M: HickTHE
Edwards bought/four head of fine
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay city. Electric lights, hot and cold
graded cattle from his broth' r. JQln.L. Violet Talcum Powder, Colgate'sor
) ,
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS water throughout. Apply to J. Starr ,

., three shorthorns and one Polled for each and every case of Ca- French's at the Anti-Monopoly Sternberger, next to the Teapot Gro OLD RELIABLE, YET ,EVER UP TO DATE MILLINERY

Angus. proposes tarrh that cannot be cured by the u.cot ; cery. 10 21 OFJIME
stock of cattle. He will find a plea- Hall's Catarrh Cure. AND HAS EVEF GIVEN SATISFACTION IN I

difference in his J. C. Howell, of Anthony, was withus Ao
ant profits.
Frank J.
Hancock's Liquid sulphur cure*

Sworn to before me and subscribedin Saturday afternoon. kin troubles of every nature. No STYLES AND PRICES
Moler Barber College, New Or
my presence! this 6th day of December -, home should be without it. Ask your
leans, La., wants men to learn barber Reductions In BOX PAPERS to TO ITS GROWING CONSTITUENCY DESIRES A CONTINUANCE -
..... A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason druggists for a book on Liquid Sul
make room for our new stock for the
trade. Steady practice expert (Seal.) Notary Public.Hall's phur. By Anti-Monopoly Drug Co. OF THE FAVORS SHOWN IN THE PAST, WITH AN .
instructions, tools presented, fall. Don't buy until you look at our
Catarrh Cure is taken inter- stock. The Post Office Drug Store.
Saturdays, board provided. Beautifully PART TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS ENTIRE SATISFACTION.NO .
Tom Mitchell, the popular and progressive
nally, and acts directly on the blood
illustrated catalogue and particulars TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS AND TO TRY TO PLEASE
., .,.. merchant of Belleview, was
< 1Dalledtree. and mucous surfaces of the system. Mrs. J. A. Campbell, of Candler,

Send for testimonials, free.F. was in the city today shopping. in town yesterday; OUR PATRONS. ') 'f.MRSt .

J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
Mrs. B. H. Norris of South Third
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
street, had the misfortune Wednesday Our Celery. Phosphate pleases all
Hall's Family Pills are the beat ,
who drink it. The Postoffice Druj
she entered her to
as yard step
store. "If every one. knew what a grand Ocala Florida
on a nail that penetrated the sole of medicine: : Dr. King's New Life Pillsis ,.

her shoe and went nearly throughthe .* Etta L. Williams a teacher in the ," writes D. H. Turner, Dfimpsey- _--_-1M -.- -- 5- -.

big toe of her right foot. It is a sixth grade of Howard Academy, was Hon. H. W. LoIW will go to Madison town Pa., "you'd sell all you have in

most painful accident and her foot j is called to Atlanta yesterday to be at next Saturday and address a
a day. Two weeks' use has made a Commercial BankBRANCH '
swollen badly.WANTED the bedside of her dying brother. good roads meeting. "
new man of me. Infallible for con-
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stipation, stomach and liver trou- -
TO .EXCHANGE-A Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dixon LUCK, IN THIRTEENBy OFf -
I bles. 25c. at Anti-Monopoly Drug
,, good cow, three months from calving :: Friday night a fine girl. store. COMMERCIAL} BANK, JACKSONVILLECAPITAL -
sending thirteen miles William
for a 'good fresh milk cow. Will Y j
Spirey, of Walton Furnace, Vt.:
got a
pay .the difference. Apply to J. C. I
box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that Fine box candy, half and pound S5O.OOO.OO
7 French. ,. Spring Park Fla. d3t wl 30 Our line of dolls is complete, all u r '. -
wholly cured a horrible Fever Soreon packages. It's Schrafft's aud thereis b '4- ',
--- kinds and dolls china '
sizes-rag ,
Mr. E. A. Bogart the enterprising his leg. Nothing else could. none better. At Dame's. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS .
dolls, kid and bisque dolls, imported,
merchant, of Santos has purchased Positively cures Bruises Felons, Ulcers ..
hand made ball dolls doll I DEPOSITS "
Eruptions Boils Burns, Corns
fine and h
a new delivery just
wagon heads, etc. Call and see them, *rom I RECEIVED: !LOANS', MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT
the and Piles. Only 25c. by I. M. McHany Greenville Tex.,
scouring piny !cods for trade-- Guaranteed I .
Ic. to $10 each. Ocala News Co. AND SOLD
and getting It, too. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I writes Nov. 2d, 1900: "I had rheu-

matism last winter, was down in bed
If you are bilious and seeking advisers I -.-- -
CURED OF PIL. *S AFTER FORTY l FOR SALE six weeks; tried everything but .jot
YEARS For tale at a bargain, interest no relief till a friend gave me a pat
my :
Take DeWitt's Little Early Risers,
of a bottle of Ballard's Snow Lini- G. A. HUNTER
in the general merchandise business
Mr. C. Haney of Geneva Ohio, h.a' Just before going to bed. :
ment. I used it, and got two more
of Mitchell & Sparkman, BellevW
,the piles for forty years. Doctors You will find on the morrow .
and dollars coald do him no lasting! You are rid of your sorrow- Fla., if sold at once. For full parti- bottles. It cured, me and I haven't PRACTICAL and MECHANICAL ""Y" _

N ulars address W. A. felt any rheumatism since. I can
I Sparkman,
good. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve That's all; just enough said.

cured ,him permanently. Invaluable These lamous pills do not gripe, I Bellcview, Fla. w4t 11 8 recommend Snow Liniment to be the
best liniment on earth for rheuma GUN LOCKSMITH.
for cuts;;burns, bruises sprains, lace but move the bowels gently and easily -I I "
tism. For rneumatic, sciatic or neuralgic -
rations, eczema, tetter salt rheum cleansing the liver. Their tonic I I !
I pains, rub fn Ballard's Snow
and all other skin diseases. Look for effect gives strength to the glands, medicine is guaranteed to REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Liniment. You will npt suffer long
the name DeWitt on the package-all; preventing a return of the disorder. cure all cases of Nervous Prostration
but will be gratified'with a speedy Umbrellas Repaired. Saws Filed and Put in Good Working Order
others are cheap, worthless counterfelts Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Professional caused by overwork. It is a true
I and effective cure. 25c., 50c. and $1
: Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Z I I Nerve Tonic and restores Nervous at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Box 374, Opposite City Market. OCALA, FLORIDA.
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a Vitality or Loss of Manhood. It will

' WANTED 3 YOUNG MEN from CardsR. not only relieve these nervous troubles ------

Marion county at once to prepare for I and weaknesses.: : but will restore -

positions in the Government 3er- them to full vigor and manhood. ,

.. vice. Apply to Interstate Corres D. FULLER, I Guaranteed and sold by AntiMonopoly 1IIiER AND MAOKA'Y-c

Inst. Cedar Rapids, Ia. Sep. 27. Drugstore. .

., To remove a troublesome corn 01 --.- FOR SALE ?

bunion: First soak the corn or bunIon Office Over Munros and Chambliss'Bank Near square, a neat four room Leading Furniture? Dealers of Central and

I in warm water to soften it, then I OCALA FLORIDA house. Apply to J. Starr Sternberger -

pare it down as closely as next to Teapot Grocery. .
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p without drawing blood and applyChamberlain's Southerl1 FIorida.WE -
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Herbine exerts "\ direct influenceon ),
plaster should be worn for a few
Upstairs Commercial Bank the bowels, liver and kidneys, pu '.t

days, to protect it from the shoe. Asa Building rifying and strengthening these organs TO BE IMAGINED IN THE FURNITURE LINE. ', :.

general liniment for sprains. ; and maintaining them in a nor- .' :"
bruises, lameness and rheumatismPain OCALA FLORIDA OUR STOCK IS NEW. UP-TO-DATE, ATTRACTIVE, tI .
mal condition of health; thus remov- "

Balm is unequaled. For sal by TERMS CASH ing a common cause of yellow, ;:'... AND, IN QUALITY THE VERY BEST. WE ALSO .- -,

Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.We mothy, greasy skin and more or less < OF TURPENTINE WAG- '
W. H. MAREAN M. D. ''I lof pimples, blotches and blackheads.50c. .. .
are receiving the balance of ; at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. :, ONS, FARM WAGONS BUGGIES, CARRIAGES

our toys and holiday goods this week HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND I II i ._ .-T 1? ; SADDLES DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS, BABY.,.. -.',
and our special sale begins Dec. 1. SURGEON I .%
Bay Rum, in bottles, 25 and 50 -
As usual we shall lead our followers. Special:attention given to the treatment cents for the toilet. At the AntiMonopoly '\ CARRIAGES. GO-CARTS, ETC. IN FACT, WE HAVE; .:,. -

The Ocala Bazaar, Gadson Supt. I of Chronic Diseases and Diseases Drugstore. ALMOST ANYTHING YOU CAN ASK FOR. COME -,

of Women and Children.

The new drink: -Celery Phosphate I Ocala, Fla. I IIF YOU CAN'T SLEEP AT NIGHT AND SEE US.

4jie Postoffice Drugstore. I
I Office over Tydings' Drugstore. Office I Use Smith's Nerve Restorer. It is a I I
hours from 8 a. m. to 12 m.; I true Nerve Tonic. Will cure any

"'""' R: "%.,.A.. from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. I case of Nervous Prostration; does

.. *. ... Wways-w I Residence-No. 60 North Main street I I;I not contain opium in any form. Sold ; BEST QUALITY lOY/ESr PRICESEVENiNG

known. as the Nash Cottage. by Anti Monopoly Drugstore. ,



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Volume_ 8, Number J43 OCALA, FLORIDA, S'ATURDAYNOVEIVIBER 29, J902. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yeat"Lt, ,- >.. _
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the Verdict of the Jury in the -'
Moss Bluff Hog Homicide Case SUGGESTIONSThe

The case of Albert Fort against Leading Wholesale .. ;"

Flank and Hosea Sellers, accused of BUTC.HER'S" .

RUST PROOF hog stealing, was again tried before Time for Them is Now Ripe-Here f. f And RetailChoice ,' '.

County Judge Robert Bullock and f '.: '".. f

consumed all of Friday and extended I Are Some That Ate Useful Florida and Western Mesa ':: >

into the night ere the jury brought in 'F-

a verdict of not guilty. The jury con Celery and all other in [
Lamb's Wool Soles for men's, Vegetables seasonFREE
sisted of Messrs. W. L. Bangs, I.Y..

L SEED OATS Ogle, Joe White, Frank Ditto. E. I... rn women's and children's crocheted DELIVERY TELEPHONE. .. .108 "):"

Ley and Dick Hendricks. The attor- slippers: Ladies fur-trimmed and -
neys in the case were Ed W. Davis Q) plain Felt and Velvet Juliets andO TO THE .
for the prosecution and Ray B. Bullock LADIESi
-At-' Slippers; Men's Felt, Vici Kid and Ii' _-f ,
for the defense.
Alligator Slippers .. }
The parties were from the Moss E. K. NELSON & CO. HAVE --- ti

T-Pot Bluff section. The scene of the alleged -And- OPENED UP A LINE OF 7 t .
Grocery F4 ,..: f'iJ-r .... ,.C
theft was laid in the scrub tp

the east of that settlement where on LKOGIXS OVEKGAITERS HATS and rlm Up= to=Date Millinety ::::

the 8th day of November several FINE SHOES.

y HOT DRINKS. s hogs were killed,.which Fort claimed All Handsome New Goods, that ''1.will 1. In A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store, near the r Post Office. We propose ,

were his property, but the accused to furnish the ladies of .Ocala and Marion with .,
C. ttM; <|||for is serving hot drinks said they owned the swine. make a gift to be appreciated. _/ county :.n\,

of all kinds. There are hot coffee ; One witness who had greatly delayed Everything in the Millinery Line::- :
Vigoral l, chocolate, bouillon, Cherry i : .
.. the proceedings of the court. TUP At the most reasonable prices consistent with a legitimate profit. *
Bloom, KatzenJamm and tweUa CHAMBERS SHOE CO :
others. Don't fail to try them. I insisted on stating his evidence( in.I Hi ill .. 4 We have an expert trimmer, and also 'cm up to date dressmaker,
his Avn way and lugging in what and will guarantee to give satisfaction to all who favor us- with :

some one else said about the case Second door from corn er, Opera House Block, Ocala, Florida. their patronage. .'.;: ,

PRIVATE BOAR 1 He was brought to a halt by the oN: '

Two blocks from Public SquSre. I I toineys and then the witness said if I MRS. E. K. NELSON, Manage :;
Apply to H. G. Haycraft, 59 North I I he could not tell of the transactionin Dtmneiion Property .

First street, East, or at the Post his own way he would not tell it

Office. -JO 21 tf at all which remark brought the WE MAKE OD For Sale or RentMy

I.t.r':' "J' -t':;!*court in to his feet and he told the witness ST AUS \BROS. saloon building, opposite depot, J. A. PITTMAN II SON ,

OCALA' HOUSE BARBER"1. tp no uncertain tone that ho i for rent December 1st. For terms
The Ocala House Barber in contempt of court and subject address Mrs E. V. Tompkins, Ocala,
Be M the Backet Co.
cated'la" the middle of the front of the that it was not for the wlt- by \ Fla. Lock Box 821. dwtfll-13 Dealers in .
nes_ v" what he .' "..
do or not
hotel offers the best service in its
line of In the do, but'T would have to answer OYSTERS! OYSTERS!
any place city. Compe- ATLANTIC COAST LINE :

tent and skilled workmen and ,courteous questions as required.The We are now serving oysters at the FURNITUR I

treatment. Geo. Williams, witness thangt 'l..his mind and Montezuma Exchange in all styles Schedule in Effect November 30, 1902 .:, 41 ,
with subdued air: :
a complied with
Proprietor. and at all hours. The best cook em .
the court's demands. A dozen witnesses ployed. Romember us when you and 1:20: a. m.Southbound New and SecondHandWe ... (: .

were present from the Moss : Leave daily 3:10 p. .
GOOD ROADS 'I want the delicious bivalves. :: '
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Bluff section. m. and 2:25: a. m. ::,>
Strauss & Co.
I Effective with this schedule, trains -" .1 1f'!:>
Hon. H. W. Long returned yesterday have new goods and prices that ,
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ASLEEP AMID FLAMES leaving Ocala 1:50: p. m. and 3:10: p. J:
from attending the good roads I Mr. Gus Morton manager of Jno. ra. daily carry through Pullman ,_ ,. / can't be duplicated In the state.
association at Jacksonville, over Breaking into a blazing home, i N. C. Stockton's phosphate mine at -
sleeping] cars between Chicago and When in town call on us and we will '
which important deliberative body'he some firemen lately] dragged the I Eve, was in town today. Mr. M. has : << -.
St. Petersburg via Nashville, Montgomery \ ,. / convince that ;';'
; you we are the people'from
sleeping inmates
from death. Fancied
ably and acceptably presided. He been under the weather for several .,
Jacksonville '
and Ocala wIth-
said! it was a large and enthusiastic! security and death near. It's months, some of which time he out change. : whom to buyFURNITURE ,. .,... ;

gathering. Sixteen counties were that way when you neglect coughs spent in Georgia. He was benefited .
Trains leaving 1:20 a. m. north- STOVES, ETC. :
represented and all were enthused and colds. Don't do it. Dr. King'sNow but has to come to old Marion to regain _
bound and 2:25 southbound dally r 1 .1.! 1.
: a. m. i
with the work of promoting gpod Discovery for Consumptiongives his former strength. Mr.\ Morton '(4\4\ Remember the place--old Bazar .
between Jack ft #
sleeping car
loads in Florida the greatest factorin : : ; perfect protection against all wife. and baby are visUIng Mr. carry c Store, corner Fort King avenue and '"
I sonville ,
and St. Petersburg via Ocala. -
promoting the agricultural; and Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles. Douglas, in the Shady Grove section, .
Local trains for the west coast S Magnolia street.
trucking} 'interests of the state yel Keep, it near, and avoid suffering, when they. expect to ren-ain for a ( ..,1. .
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leave Ocala 7 a. 11:15 and
m. a. m.
found. death and doctor's bills. A teaspoonful I I week or tcn days. Will Morton, formerly t J. A. PITTMAN &,SON. ,_, .
3:05: ) p. m. and arrive Ocala from
In due time Mr. Long will ISSUQ an stops a late cough, persistent use with Hubbard & Hood, i is! now .,
west coast points at 10:30 a. m..
tho most stubborn. Harmless and
address giving the scope and purposeof in charge of the Eve mines
nice It's 1:40 p. m. and 5:50 p. m. '
the late state good roads meeting. tasting. guaranteed to satiSfy -
by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. F. J. Huber, c '. :
VILLAGE BLACKSMITHSaved Price 50c. and $1. Trial bottles free. City Ticket Agent, Ocala. k 7. '
Take Laxative Bromo
Quinine ,. r
His Little Son's Life All druggists refund the CAN BE FOUND
money t
Professors Hatton and Martin of Mr. Andrew J. Turner and son, Jo-

the Tampa Business College of Tam- if it fails to cure. E. W.' Grove's sig-- seph, of Juliette, came to town Tues- THANKSGIVING GOOD THINGS G ;
Mr. II: H. Black the well known : nature is on each box. 25c.
pa, weiejn our city today looking into day and attended the Methodist That you can' without. Turkey :
village blacksmith at Grahamsville,
: the matter of. establishing at this supper. They were pleased with the may be King, but we have other lux- '' .
Sullivan county, N. Y., says: "Our I
place a branch commercial school. hospitable reception given them. Mr. uries that press His Majesty very \ ,
little five old, has always
son years They are looking the ground over sib- Turner is one of the most enterprising closely. We have the best plum -',;-.-
been :subject 3 'to croup, and so bad
I carefully and ifley can satisfy and successful stock men in the pudding, the best mince meat, raisins ,
have the attacks been that we have '
I themselves such an institution could county. He tQok occasion during the currants, fruits and everything "..
feared many times that he would die.
bE' conducted here profitably they intend season to supply the Dunnellon market needed for a delightful Thanksgivingfeast.
We hale had the doctor and used
to launch the enterprie. Both with beef from his range. He .:-.-- -
many medicines, but Chamberlain's Per Ce1. DisoouI a. .
slaughtered the animals and dis-
men are experienced in their line of CONSULT YOUR WANTS AT
Cough Remedy is now our sole reli %
business and have made successesof posed of them to the butchers of
ance. It seems to dissolve the tough HOME *,E!e.5
their work wherever they have established Dunnellon at $5 a hundred poundsand .,
mucus and by giving frequent doses themselves. The Star sees On all found it more profitable to sell Place your orders with us and they ,._?M _

when the croupy symptoms appearwe the animals in this shape than on shall be filled. My aim is to please k .__ fcoPYklCWr
no good reason why a business
have found that the dreaded
school of the kind indicated would 'Tailor the hoof. our customers. .
croup is cured before it gets settled. made
There Is no danger in giving this not succeed here. We acknowledgea Old Alliance Store ST R. PYLES ; ..:

pleasant call from the parties in A DANGEROUS MONTH .. .
for it contains '
remedy, no opium or ,
interest. TillDecember
other injurious drug and may be This is the month of coughs, colds !
given as confidently to a babe as to The STORY of a STOVE:
an adult.. For sale by Anti-Monopoly THE NEW CENTRALIs and acute catarrh. Do you catch ,.. ,
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cold easily? Find yourself hoarse, :..
Drugstore.THE one of the best, neatest and most with a tickling in your throat and an Like the Iron King is interesting to every woman. I>., .

convenient hotels in the city. Its have 500 samplesto annoying cough at night? Then, you The Iron King is a stove with a reputation. For years It has been" .-.; .

OCALA PRESSING CLUB rooms are large, airy, and the linenis should always have handy a bottle of known far and wide as the most scientifically constructed stove In use. ;

fresh and clean. The table is un- select from and of Ballard's Horehound Syrup. J. A. It is an incomparable cook stove-an absolutely faultless baker. 111.

Clothes cleaned, dyed, pressed and surpassed. Rates, S1.50 per day. Special the very latest designs. Anderson, 354 West 5th St., Salt Every Iron King cook stove has the Iron King bridge flue. This flue a.

repaired. Work neatly done. Also rates to families or to weekly or Our Makers are . Lake City, writes: "We use Bal- allows all the'oven plates to heat evenly. Every housewife understands ,.

ladies' skirts cleaned. monthly boarders.J. lard's Horehound Syrup for coughs the importance of this feature. .

Come and give me a trial. H. Vereen, Proprietor. ROSE & Co. and colds. It gives immediate relief. No one has ever bought an Iron King and been dissatisfied. No one' 't'0.:

William Gordon, Prop. We know it's the best remedy for can be. ., .
13 South Orange. 11.27d Apple Butter in bulk fresh and these troubles. I write this to ;Induce Come in and examine the stove itself and find out exactly why this'r-":
fine, at S. R. Pyles'.
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A CARD throughout the United efficient remedy." 25c., 50c. and $1 at :.t
States. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. .,,' .,
Whereas by.forcq of circumstancesI AND YOUR SHAVEIS -- .

have been compelled to change my THROUGH A $20 Suit for $ J 8AJ5StMtfotJ3 FOR SALE t7S'ald, ';;'''-' .''
line of work I therefore take this
M i i | Four houses and lots. Buy a home ,. ..
method of thanking my friends for
I I t\ -., I 'cheap. The price will)) please you.
past favors, while I .solicit a liberal L -
:, : Terms reasonable. J. P. Phillips 'c,
share of their patronage in the future :::::
: Laundry. 11-10 1m iJ
at my present vocation. i i

Respectfully, William Giles, MART 1, t ':
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Manager Broadway Furniture and GEM ,..
Upholstering! Co., next door to v PAY are offering limited amount treasury ; ,
William Benus' Bakery. 2'c stock to increase plant. Reliable ;
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agents wanted on'commission. R. J. 4- > S

OYSTERS! OYSTERS! 1 may., s Dyas, President, Stimson Block, Los :
California. y' I -
You will find an oyster opener often S G. __'i

experience at W. L. Jones' ,.
years' ;. .l
r .:..- FOR SALE-279.CS acres of pine t'r
stalls)) G and 8, City Market. Guar- WELIiTHATS FINE!! ,
\ timber land located in Marion coun- '
anteed clean and first class in every =Sr: TRADE MARK <
I ty, Flerida, known as the Samuel
respect. The famous Sol Aytch, oys- THERE'S really nothing to If>arn.i BostonI King estate. Address communicationto

ter opener. Fresh oysters every day. You feel experienced the first time. I L. J. Oreenan, P. M., Bristol, In .
Prices, 30 cents you use the "New Gem. By its I diana. 11 24 dwtf .
pint Free delivery.C7bii'ORId.. pimple arrangement your beard is removed : I
easily and without the least STORE TO RENT I

.. likelihood of the face. McCall's Bazar Patterns t
cutting !
'I Large store on west side of public
Ike Kind Hate
Always Bought
Bun the $1 to $7 Per Set for l December are now on L; square to rent after November 1, I DEALERS IN r ,- ..

Signature{ # f 4 4-? OCALA NEWS CO. I sale. :!I. U'02. Apply to W. T. GaJ')'. dwt GENERAL HARDWARE, SASH, DOORS! BLINDS, SCREENS, E... y:


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