The Ocala evening star.

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


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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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
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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Volume 8, Number (45 OCALA, FLORIDA MONDAY. DECEMBER. J, J902. .- Fifty Cenf FaM n iTJ-a-Ye: tv -. -_ ._

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TEXAS RED you : IM BMBAH..' ... .

Which the Succulent Cucumber S How to Give \ This morning at the west end of

S the court house door, at the request
Will Attain Perfection, Regardless -' ... .
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of the county game warden, Mr. John
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Pasteur offered
fJ Nugpnc for
Weather Clerk sale the big seine which was *

IH. 'RUST PROOF Andy Winer is one of those repre- To Your Friends : in connection with the illegal

IH.d sentative American mechanics who seining in Lake Weir several months

IH.k ...t.i can do many things and do them all ago. It was bought in by Sheriff Nu-

well and one of the few who can THEN YOU'LL COME HERE WITH YOUR HOLIDAY BUYING. gent for $16. It probably is worth

alike mould stubborn wood and WE HAVE LARGE ASSORTMENTS OF DOLGE'S FELT' JULIETS four times that sum, &s It Is 180 feet

i d SEED OATSAt metal the vegetable and coax kingdom.the tender growth of AND SLIPPERS FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN AT $1, $1.25Na $1:50.-: :: in length. .

Mr. Winer has a neat little cottagein Fo e- .SAVED AT GRAVE'S BRINK

the northeastern quarter of Ocala, .
where he lives with his charmingwife "I know. I would long ago have
and sturdy boy baby. Alongsideof WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF COMFORTABLE AND PRETTY been'in my grave," writes Mrs. S. H.

and around and under the househe HOUSE SLIPPERS, VELVET EMBROIDERED VICI KID, PATENT .< _> NewBom, of Decatur, Ala., "if It had

T-Pot Grocery has built the largest and most LEATHER AND ALLIGATOR, IN ROMEO, BRIGHTON AND OPERA :.:+:. ; not been for Electric Bitters. For
STYLES, 75c. TO $2.50. .
three I
elaborate apparatus that anyone years suffered untold agony
man in Ocala has ever planned and SHIELDS' GUARANTEED DERBIES AND PANAMAS. HANAN >":': from the worst forms of Indigestion,

HOT DRINKSC. executed. AND STETSON PATENT VICI SHOES FOR MEN. : Waterbrash, Stomach and Bowel

The principal feature is an im- "DOROTHY DODD" AND "OUR OWN MAKE" BOOTS AND OX- Dyspepsia. But this excellent medicine -

R. Taylor is serving hot drinksof mense glass house 50 x 126 feet. The FORDS FOR WOMEN. did me a world of good. Since

all kinds. There are hot coffee floor of this crystal palace is covered using it I can eat heartily and have

J( Vigoral chocolate bouillon, Cherry I with beds, in which tender vegeta- The gained :35 pounds," For Indigestion,

I bles may grow and thrive regardlessof Loss of Appetite, Stomach, Liver and
V' Bloom, Katzenjammer and twel'cothers.
winter cold. >. Kidney troubles, Electric Bitters area
Don't fail to try them. W. J Chambers
laid on pane by pane and close- .,' ...'.----------c. ..' --..: ._, --'> ".,.:___. ,{,_-.r--'n., """" ........:...!:.'Ar.. "'r-'''';''<_<'''''.-'''.' .-;>.'','......;.>.''.". !._ .._;- ,.' 50c. at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
PRIVATE BOARD ly fitted. It has a two peaked roof 'Shoe Company .

Two blocks from Public Square. and each ridge is composed of ventilators Our Celery Phosphate pleases all '

Apply to H. G. Haycraft, 59 North which by an ingenious systemof Ocala Fla. who drink It. The Postof ice Drug

First street, East, or at the Post levers and weights can ha raised store. ",'
Office. 10 21 tf .. .
by one man from below when the at- -
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mosphere within gets too tropical.The .
THE NEW CENTRAL beds are small so that they can METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES -
Dtmnellon PropertyFor EDWARDS B ROT HE R S
Is one of the best, neatest and most easily be reached over without leaving -

convenient hotels in the city. Its the walks. They ar. carefully Sale or RentMy Yesterday's services at the Methodist -

rooms are large airy and the linenIs boxed filled with soft, rich earth and saloon building, opposite depot, chinch were certainly full of in AT THE CITY MARKET. S
fresh and clean. The table is un highly fertilized. Two sets of pipes terest. 4
for rent December 1st. For terms '
surpassed. Rates, $1.50 per day. Spe- furnish water and steam the first of address Mrs. E. V. Tompkins Ocala, The Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Leading Wholesale .1;.".

cial rates to famines or to weekly or which is always necessary; the sec- Box 821. dwtfll-13 was largely attended and at the BUTCHERS'Dice

monthly boarders ond may be needed to fortify against close of the lesson study special ex- And Retail 1

J. II. Vereen, Proprietor. a possible blizzard. The water comes eitisos were held in the interest of

from an 80-barrel tank at the side of OYSTERS! OYSTERS! I|I endowing a chair in tho Southern Florida and Western Meat5Celery

STORE TO RENT I the house, elevated so as to give sufficient We are now serving oysters at the i j 11 Methodist University at Soochow

Large store on west side of public pressure. The tank is fed bya Montezuma Exchange in all styles I' (China. Miss Lena Halsey gave a and all other Vegetables in seas.
square to rent after. November 1, windmill. The steam will be fur- and at all hours. The best cook employed ;'beautiful 1 missionary recitation, and

1002.! Apply to W. T. Gary dw nished by a boiler standing in"and Remember us when you j J Mrs T. IL Johnson and M. M. Little FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108

under the entrance to the hothouse.The want the delicious bivalves. sang 'Glory and Honor. Pledges

FOR SALE passage is long and narrow Strauss & Co. ,j i 1 by classes for the endowment fund .....

coming in over and going down be- were then asked for, which result "TO HAVE and TO HOLD are different propositions.
Four houses and lots. nuy'a home "
side the boiler, so that when it is in $64 being pledged. The school '
cheap. The price will please you. FOR SALE-279.68 acres of pine We make them That
fired up the heat will be effectuallycut I I has already raised on the general one. pcument. that keepsake,
timber land located in Marion
county -
Terms reasonable. J. P. Phillips i .,
Laundry. 11-10 1m off any cold draft. In this pas Florida known as the Samuel II missionary! fund this year $66. that treasure-we hold eac1f 1|||:1Y. A strong box in
sage are beds and shelves where Mrs. The pastor Rev. Howard Dutill,
King estate. Address communicationto 7'.4/x
ESTABLISHED Gold Mining Co. Winer may keep her choice plants L. J. Greenan P. M., Bristol, In- I preached at 11 a. m. from the sub- our fire-proof vaults costs $5' a year, upwards. You
and flowers thus mingling the beau- diana. 11 24 dwlf 1 ject "The Work of the Holy Spirit in

are offering limited amount treasury tiful with the useful. d I the World giving special emphasisto have a key, we hale-'t takes both to get in.CHAM .

stock to increase plant. Reliableagents All this work has been done carefully the fact that the Holy Spirit has V :,
wanted commission. R. J. OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP I j : < .
on You have-we hoI 'i
ingeniously and with workmanlike always been in the world convictingnot j I .. .' '
Dyas President Stimson Block Los finish; no "jackleg" business The Ocala House Barber Shop located only the outbreaking sinners but r. .{ ,

Angeles] California. about it. Mr. Winer has planned It in the middle of the front of the also the sinners who are moralists. MUNROE,. BLISS, : .

all, and done all. It is impossible hotel offers the best service in its The preacher also showed the great Bankers S
SURPRISED HIS OCALA FRIENDSWe to describe in a short article-it line of any place in the city. Compe- condemnation resting upon those I Ocala t Fla.
tent and skilled workmen and courteous
must be seen to be appreciated. who reject the Holy Spirit.

i learn that Samuel. David Gray The chief aim of this giant conser- treatment. Geo. F. Williams The Epworth League special missionary

a well Known former resident of vatory Is to grow cucumbers, and Mr. Proprietor. exercises at 3 p. m., conducted 4Sa D. K. Hick

Ocala was married Saturday eve- Winer expects to have an immense by Mrs. I. S. Patterson were brim

ning at Gainesville to Miss Hessie crop this winter, and we hope he will full of interest from start to finish. ,....

Tyiier, a charming young lady of realize from them a profit appropriate I After the opening exercises Miss THE OLD RELIABLE, YET EVER UP TO DATE MILLINERY

that city. The happy couple Immediately to his talent and industry. It is -10- I Gertie Batchelder gave a fine recitation ESTABLISHMENT, THAT HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME

left for Ocala and are now at refreshing to meet a man who has I entitled, "Lost, a Jewel;" M. M. AND HAS EVEF GIVEN SATISFACTION IN :

the Ocaia House, where they will rer such a head on him and such handsto Little gave a talk on the tithe system I

m.'iin a few days. serve it. ; Miss Lottie Kingman recited in I f STYLES AND PRICES 1

Mr. G. travels for the Egan & Skin- Pet Gem Discount her ever excellent manner "Bring; .

ner Grocery Co., of Jacksonville and Them Hither to Me;" the pastor TO ITS GROWING CONSTITUENCY, DESIRES A CONTINUANCE
Cures Blood Poison, Cancer, Ulcers,
is a handsome and clever young man. spoke on "The Perils of Increasing OF THE FAVORS SHOWN IN 'THE PAST, WITH AN

The bride is sweet sixteen, with all Eczema Carbuncles, Etc. On ail Wealth;" a quartette composed of ASSURANCE THAT NOTHING WILL BE LACKING ON OUR

the beauty that pertains to that MEDICINE FREE Mrs. J. K. Wilson, Miss Sadie Parr, I PART TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS ENTIRE SATISFACTION.NO .

springtime of womanhood. She will Tailor SuIts M. M. Little and Dr. A. L. Izlar, sang TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS AND TO TRY TO PLEASE
Robert Ward, Maxey's Ga., says: made .
accompany her husband on his trav- an appealing song entitled "Over th.* OUR PATRONS. *
"I suffered from blood poison, my S : .. .
els for a month. Sea;" and Dr. A. 14. Izlar talked from

mass head of face corruption and shoulders aches were in bones one TillDecember the subject "Give an Account of Thy MRS. D. M. HICK

Stewardship." One of the most in-
One of the Spoke and Rim Factorywagons and joints, burning itching scabby
was' so heavily loaded with teresting features' the service wasa Ocala
skin, was all run down and discouraged I 1902. FloridaCommercial
stove wood for a customer this morn- but Botanic Blood Balm curedme reading by the leader showinghow -

ing that it broke down. The driver perfectly healed all the sores a poor boy years ago went to ---
We have 500 samplesto work on very small wages in a soap
said he would put a couple of sticks and gave my skin the rich glow of
less on future! loads.WHAT'S health. Blood Balm put new life into select from and of factory in one of our large cities; B'ank
how in the meantime he was converted -
my blood and new ambition into my the very latest designs.
and adopted the tithe system of
IN A NAME? brain." Geo. A. Williams, Roxbury, Our Makers are . giving one-tenth of his income to the BRANCH OF

Everything is in the name when it face covered with pimples chronic Lord, and prospered in business so COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE ....

comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. sore on back of head suppurating ROSE & Co. much that he gradually rose to giving -
I- swelling neck eating ulcer
on on '
DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, discovered ; far above the tenth system his CAPITAL
makea l leg, bone pains, itching skin cured S50.00O.OO
how to
some years ago contributions reaching enormous
salve from Witch Hazel that is a perfectly by Botanic Blood Balm- Who are known all amounts, for he had gradually risen
sores all healed. Botanic Blood Balm
specific for Piles. For Blind, bleed I throughout the United I in business from a hireling to a partner -
cures all malignant blood troubles
ing, itching and protruding Piles eczema States.A$2OSuitforiB. and finally to sole owner of the DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS
such scabs and scales,
as eczema
cuts, burns, bruises and all business; and this grand character RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT
pimples! running sores, carbuncles
skin diseases DeWitt's Salve has no J i was none other than William Col- AND SOLD 5-
etc. advised for j 5
scrofula Especially
This has rise to numerous !
equal. given gate the celebrated soap manu raeI -
all obstinate cases that have reachedthe I I ,
worthless counterfeits. turer. Two new members, Mr. and -
second third stage. Druggists, AJ5Sttitfo$13ton 'I
DeWitt's-the genuine. AntiMonopoly or MI-S.' J. K. Wilson, were received into DAY 'PHONE 117 NIGHT 'PHONE ,3*
$1. To prove it cures, sample of I
Drug3tOl'e.OO the League at the close of the ser
Blood Balm sent free and prepaid by COMPANYS
writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. vice.At
Describe trouble and free medical advice No
have now in stock a fine line "The Work of the Holy Spirit in the
sent in sealed letter. PAY'The I
of books for the holidays and have Church," showing Him to be the I GENERAL LIVERYMENFine

three times as many more on the and that all efforts without Him are

way. We will have an abundance. of NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSThe -- church's only true power and guide

books from 5 cents to $5 each. tax books are now open for vain.
Carriages Buggies and Traps Drummer'Carryalls
An exceptionally] fine line of chil- the receipt of state and county taxes ,
dren's books, beautifully illustrated, for 1902. Books close April 1, 1903.E. HE FOUND A CURE ; Saddle Horses, etc.

from 5c. to $1.50. Gift books from P. Thagard R. H. Foster, 318 S. 2d! street, Salt

23c.:; to $3, padded poets, fine Bibles, 11 7 Tax Collector. 13 Lake City, writes: "I have been Fine Vehicles, Fast Horses

scrap albums, etc. We will show the bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion I
I Horses and Mules for Sale.
: line of books that has everbeen
largest LOST OR STOLEN-Supposed to for 21 years, have tried many .

carried in Ocala. be stolen. One 44 caliber rifle, Colt's Stores l oCorsilhout relief but I have I.
Ocala News Co. Horses boarded by the 'month at special rate
with magazine off. A suitable reward j found a cure in Herbine. I recommend ,

will be paid for its return to W. I it to all my friends who are af-

01LRIA.. L. Jones, city market. Also must Baar Patterns I; fii:fed that way and it is curing LIDDON"
Iba Kind Yen Haw.Mways Bought
Eea i the have name of party who sold the stolen I for --December are now onI tfcprn, too." 50o. at Auti-Monopol
ill Tatua4f I I I
property. 12 1 1 sale. i Drugstore. Ocala Florida


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Mrs EarrMark died at two o'clock A MILD CASE Phone 2 '- PARIS PATTERN HATS t.

Cranberries at S. R. Pyles'. ,
this afternoon at the home of her I Of Contagious Blood Poison never exis It is very gratifying to the many

husband's parents in this city. ted. It is always bad, though sometimesno I
of Osco: Zewadski to know
N. M. Allred I
in Tampa today. Mrs. Mark, nee Belle Mathews, : external symptoms of.the disease appear -I that he has been promoted to the responsible Will give the ladies their chotetof High Grade Millinery, ;
for time. .
was the daughter of H tJeo: G. j a long : ; I
Hot Drinks at the Postoffice Drug j Because the disease is slow in developing position of ..quartermasterof Novelty Designs and Artist Combinations.Mrs. > ..
store. Mathews, of -Xfarti City, and had; does not indicate that the case is tne East Florida Seminary mili- .--'

been married scarcely) a year. She j a mild one, for the poisonous virus at tary company. T. 'f
-- work in the blood and be L Tortipkins-
was a bright, soppy, pered young system may -.- .
GARDEN SEED at TYDINGS & I spending its force upon some internal
womaii, who of all she
O.'S. vital organ while you are looking for external Hancock'sLIquId Sulphur Is Indorsed
I met. Her untimely death has signs. Contagious Blood Poison and prescribed by many leading Will supply your wants in the finest, most -
shocked oiy people, who knew her does not affect all alike. In most cases
New crop nuts at the Hole in thfe favorably and well. the first little sore is quickly followed by physicians throughout the country elegant styles ever offered to an appreciative .

Wall. ', painful swellings in the groins, a red for all blood and skin troubles.: trade. The ladies of Ocala appreciate,
I I eruption upon the body, sores or ulcersin Hundreds of cases:: of eczema and other -
, Captain W. B. Watson, of Jacksonville the mouth and throat, unsightly copper admire and buy the artistic and elegant in
skin disease3 have ben
Fresh taffy candy made daily atDame's. permanently
father of Mr. F. L. Watson, the colored blotches, loss of hair and eyebrows Millinery. The beautiful material rich and
cured ,
and by the ue; of Hat.cock'sLiquid
capable cashier of the Commercial other symptoms of this miserable -
disease. When the poison is thus Sulphur after all otbar remedies rare, and the designs from Paris minds and

Finest butter in town at S. R.l'yle3' Bank, is visiting his son for a few I fighting its way to the surface, exposing failed. For sale by 'Vnti-lfbnop- hands have contributed to make Mrs. Tompfin's -
days. the disease in all its hideousness call
j we ,)1 Co.
Iy Drug
winter the most notable of
I it a bad case; but Contagious Blood Poison opening

II I The cold storage people and meat whether working internally or externally the season. Attractive, wonderful and that
, t-'otoanuc and peanut brittle at is a dangerous, treacherous disease.S. The original and only., Editor Set- ,
packers, Messrs. Sol and Simon Ben- which is
I Dame's. S. S. is the only remedy that cures ze', of tho High Springs Hornet, ever satfsfactory, appreciated. The .
jamin, at the ice factory, are greatly ...
Contagious Blood Poison thoroughly and made the Star a fraternal call this ladies know what fine goods are. They ..
delayed in their work by the non-ar permanently. It is an antidote for the I .
., Sweet milk, always fresh, at the rival of their engine,, which however deadly virus that produces the awful I morning. Editor. -S. has been visiting only have to call at

Hole in the Wall.W. we. understand has at last been eruptions, sores and ulcers, and destroys t i :Mr. Charles Y. Miller and family of
the bones. Mercury and Potash dry up I I! Leroy and enjoyed cane grinding fora '
shipped and will now shortly be ex- the skin eruptions, but in so doing.rlrive !t Mrs. L. T.
few days. Tompkins
L. Gable Leesburg, was at the pected. They are buying hogs just I the! poison further into the system, whereit
Montezuma today. slumbers for a time, but comes back r
the same and the farmers who have
I again with redoubled fury.S. Etta L. Williams, a teacher in the To find them. Her styles are without exception the r
porkers for sale the
Cocoanuts, warranted sound, at the opportunity this are market delighted now affords at I I been. S.used S. is successfully a vegetable for remedy in that treatingthiniltcliscaseand has- I sixth grade of Howard Academy, wa: finest in the state, unquestionably within the reach of ,

Hole in the Wail years I called to Atlanta yesterday;; to be at all and
them. I please even the gentlemen, many of them con-
1! the bedside of her lying brother.A .
it in all and
cures stages
noisseurs in the selection of art and elegance in milli
Oysters served by the best cook in Hon. A. P. Baskin of SSS forms. If you have the
fact Mrs.
slightest symptom; an nery. styles please everybody.
the city at Dame's.New who was in town Saturday, reports occasional sore mouth, splendid} line of window curtains
r shades, portiere curtains, etc., at Mc-
muscular and bone ,
that all the truck growers of Anthony or
Iver .
Lounges just received by J. and have pains your blood is tainted and the disease MacKay's.The
vicinity gotten togetherand
A. Pittman & Son. is liable to break out again at any time.A At S. R. PYLES''
will stick I attention of Star readers is
as they see how much course of S. S. S. will remove every : .. .. .
good the union is doing them. He I trace of poison and at the same time called to Frank Gadson's Bazaar hol-
Fmlts-aii seasonable: fruits, fresh said so far as Anthony is concerned Duiid v.p Your gent.-al health. I I iday advertisement. It will pay you CAN BE FOUND 1 .
and fine at Dame's. I Write for ''':r Free Home Treatment : THANKSGIVING GOOD THINGS '
she is doing all right New settlers to read it and then call and examinehis .
I book. No cii. tje for medical advice t
are coming in right along and takingup goods. That you can't do without. Turkey ,
The Sn Ssecifie: Co., Atlanta, Ca. t
Sweet choice bananas at
every old field to be found and I IWANTgDA may be King, but we have other luxuries -

the Hole in the Wall. will plant vegetables. good, all around mill that press His Majesty very
Mr. Brooks the merchant and
progressive man. Apply to J. M. Mel! rt, Ocala, closely.:: We have the best plum

Apple Butler in bulk, fresh and H. T. McIntyre, St. Paul, Minn., farmer of Oldtown, with his Fla. dlw Itw 11 29 pudding the best mince meat, raisins -
fine, at S. K. Pyles'. better half, was in the city today.A .
who has been troubled with A disor- currants, fruits, and everything

dered stomach, says, "Chamberlain's Hon. W. K.' Zewadski and family needed for a delightful Thanksgivingfeast.
Don't the Montezuma. It 13 desirable house to rent, formerly
Slomach and Liver Tablets do me spent Sunday at the pleasant home, -- r.wd
setting( a sj{ leiidid table. occupied by W. R. Engleby, 118 S. "
more good than anything I have ever "Swiss Villa of Mr. and Mrs. II. W.
Second street. Possession at CONSULT YOUR WANTS AT
-- taken." For sale by Anti-Monopoly I once.Apply Long, in the Cotton Plant section, _MIftt( ir r' -
Cn}: I.. P. Miller and family were Drugstore. next door. T. II. Wallis. where they participated in the disposition HOME "+ea1p

in town today shopping.A I of a magnificent turkey dinner. j| Place your orders with us and they'shall '' f'I 4 I r 1

; Captured pistols to the number of I Mr. J C. Mathews, the prosperous} be filled. My aim is to pleaseour

nice line of fresh cakes and four were disposed of today noon by I farmer and merchant, of Flemlngton, If you feel ill and need a pill customers. ccFYF'iCii's, '

crackers:* at S. R. Piles'. Sheriff Nugent. They brought from I was in the city this morning with his Why not )puichase:: the best? Old Alliance Store S. R. PYLES .

10 cents to $5. The weapons were 'little girl. x DcWitt's Early Risers .

Oysters at Dame's, all styles, prepared confiscated by the county. Arc iiitle surprisers, '- .-

l by a skilled cook.A vVe have on nand a neat and complete Take! one-they do the rest. I TO THE LADIES :'

JUST RECEIVED Carload of stock of box paper, tablets, W. II. Howell. Houston Tex., writes:

child was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Chairs. Willow, cane and wood pens, pencils, ink, mucilage, etc. Call "I have used! Little Early Riser Pills
Earl Mark this E. K. NELSON & CO. HAVE v '- ....
morning. chairs. J. A. Pittman & Son. and see them. Tydings & Co. in my family for constipation, sick
headache, etc. To their use I am indebted -

Cigars and tobacco-best grad sat : P. Lang of Dexter, the father of E. A* Mitchell, a former resident for the health of my family." ,
(Iho Hole in (the Walt; I Up= to=Date Millinery
the naval stores association, is in of Bellevie\v.but for several years in Anil-Monopoly Drugstore.Mr. .

own for a few days. the employ of the government at the }
Miss Lang of Dexter, is with her Tampa quarantine station, is in Fled Perkins and his frientls, In A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store, near the Post Office. We pro- .
father at tho Montezuma pose to furnish the ladies of Ocala and Marion county yvithEverything
who the
are comfortably located at
Oysters served in all styles fromdaylight Ocala.NUNNALLY'S. .
Ocala House are enjoying the hunt- -
to 10 p. m. Also hot lunches -
German Saner Kraut: at P. B. in the Millinery LineAt
much. Several of
i:1g'er teams
steaks, pan cakes and hot drinks. ) .
Dukes stall, City Market. C. E. Taylor. .I CANDIES, always them with their doss, go out daily the most reasonable prices consistent with a legitimate profit.
fre h and as good as any on the rnnrI We have
and return with enough game to an expert trimmer, and also an up to date dressmaker,
The place to for seed for fall I I ket. We get them by express week- and will
go I. make the sport attractive. guarantee to give satisfaction to all! who favor us with (
planting i is Tydings & Co.'s. Mr. J. W. Sylvester and daughter, | {ly, and ono trial will convince you their patronage.

Miss Leafy, have returned from a that the goods are all that is claimed

Clarence Smith came up from visit to Mr. S.'s mother in Jackson for them. The Post Office Drug LOST-On Fort King avenue a MRS. E. K. NELSON Manager.
beaded side satchel. Finder will ,
Weir Park this afternoon. ville. Store. I
please return to Star Office and -
i L. L. Meggs, the merchant, sawmill I reward. f
Fresh, crisp, house grown vegetables We make the filling of prescriptions STARR STERNBER.G-ER
I and turpentine man of Orange .
at the Hole in the Wall. our special business, and with .
Springs, was in the city this morn- Our Celery Phosphate is invigorating 17/2 South Main Street '
care, promptness and low have
s ing and left on the train for home and has not the bad effects of
Go round and see'J. A. Pittman & built up a good business. We wantyour
\ I this afternoon. i some other soda fountain drinks. Real
Son when you want Furniture. trade and will be pleased to; The Post Office Drug Store. Estate and Collections ,

have ask physician to leave
you your
While Charles Leitner, son of Btii -
Both county boards are in session. your prescriptions with Tydings & 'Houses For
i ford, was coming home from Anthony Mr. Drew Mathews, assistant accountant !
Their doings will appear later. Co. '
I Sunday, the horse stumbled, at H. B. Masters', took in I'
Lease Rent
threw him against a stump and Gala Week at Jacksonville and then Sale Exchange.'A'A
Flcischman & Co.'s Yeasts, a freshsupply ,
Guy Zewadski, the bright son of broke his left shoulder badly. Dr. I stopped to visit his parents, Mr. and !!

just received], at Taylor's.Dr. Hon. W. K. Zewadski, and a page in Smith gave him the proper medical i Mrs. J. C. Mathews, at Flemington, i I! Rents Collected Lots for Sale

the United States senatearrived I attention.I i where he was taken ill and is now ,
and Mrs. Veal, of Cotton Plant, 'I
at his and will be j
safely post on dutytoday there confined to his bed under thecare
took in Gala Week at JacksonviUe.Tyler's when Congress meets. I FIREWORKSWe of the doctor. Entire charge of Property handled on honor. -
milk Is the best, purestand are headquarters for firework] t 172 S. Main Street Next to Teapot Grocery '

richest milk on the market. Useit. I Any one wishing to buy, sell, I Plenty of all kinds and the prices are The best 25; cent coffee in town, ;j

or )lease property in Ocala or vicinity -I all right, wholesale and retail. Walkmg the B. D. T., in 1 and 21b. tins, at S. --- -

will do well to consult F. W. Ditto I I canes and ammunition, flags and H. Pyles'. ; .

Toph's office, Montezuma Block, Japanese lanterns. The STORY of STOVE
the in i
Oysters, best, prepared a
Ocala, Fla. 10 9 dtf I The Ocala :\eco.. Supt. W. D. Cam visited the il-j i
tasty manner, at the MontezumaCafe.
I II lowing schools last week: Fort McCoy ;Like the Iron King is interesting to every woman.

Miss Minnie Barco, the charmingdaughter I I j :Mrs. Tydings, of Anthony, who Eureka, Mill Creek and BayLake I The Iron King is a stove with a reputation. For years it has been '

of Col. Nic Barco, of Crystal -! has been visiting friends in South ; also several colored schools.The ,' ]known far and wide as the most scientifically constructed stove In use.

I line Odd and dressers very handsome and iron, at beds Mclver, a big& River, was the guest of Mr. and ; Florida, came up this afternoon andis general condition of the schoolsis I It is an incomparable cook stove-an absolutely faultless baker.

MacKay's. Mrs. W. K. Zewadski and their family I the guest of her son, Charles Ty good, ]but during his visit peoplewere I Every Iron King cook stove has the Iron King bridge flue. This flue

Thanksgiving day. After a delightful dings the druggist. so busy grinding cane and digging allows all the oven plates to heat evenly. Every housewife understandsthe

C. "'. White of Citra and New visit she returned home Sat sweet potatoes that the attend-I importance of this feature.No .

York, came in this afternoon from> urday. Oysters are unusually fine this season ance was not up to the average, aswithdrawn one has ever bought an Iron King and been dissatisfied. No one .

the former place. I I and the cook at the MontezumaCafe ; many of the pupils were I J can be. .

/ We fill prescriptions carefully, and j![ understands the art of serving to assist their parents in this work. Come in and examine the stove itself and find out exactly why this

deliver promptly, using the best them. is so. ,
Violet Scented Talcum Powder, to ( I :
reliev chafing prickly heat. etc., 10c., drugs that money can buy. Ask your II I ---- We note that William Allsop of .

3 for 25('. Tydings & Co. physician to leave your prescriptionswith i 1A MINUTE OR TWO Wcirsdale. was elected one of thevice ..

1 us. The Post Office Drug Store.Fiqo t I AND YOUR SHAVE presidents of the retail grocers'//

association ..
Cherry Bloom, the new drink, made IS THROUGH recently ..-

especially for the ladies, 5 cents at Jacksonville. yI .

the Post Office Drug Store. I! Tailoring I 1 r d g

__ n I IOC.J II EYES examined by latest scientific -/ -
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t methods. No Charge. We are here
all the time. Satisfaction .guaran- I r lJI1

Si11od d ork1Tofl[ N Get tip teed. Ocala Music Co. I : %:

OnChoicest ?
I I and Liver Tablets -

COMIMNY MflterifllsI I q II I II i Try them -
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: I When you feel dull after eatingWhen
I I have a very complete line of Fall I t, I you have no appetite.

FURNISHINGS. WE SELL GOOD Samples, also a big stock of Piece : -s I II When you have a bad taste in the 1 d

GOODS AND AT ROCK BOTTOM I Goods for Suits and Trousers. Call I \WELLTNAT S FINE!! mouth. T -'
PRICES. IF YOU HAVE NEVER I and see my samples and have your I When your liver is torpid.
I taken. Seventeen in THERE'S really nothing to learn.You When bowels constipated.
TRADED WITH US FOR THESE measure years your are
the business should learn your needs. I feel expeiienced the first: time I Ij When you have a headache. ,
the "New Gem. its
you By
I Respectfully, j I When you feel bilious.
SATISFY YOU THAT WE MEAN j simple arrangement your board is removed They will improve your appetite, HUBBARD & MACDUFF ; '

WHAT WE SAY. THERE IS NOTHING Jerry Biirnett, I easily and without the least i I cleanse and im"igorateour stomachand

IN FURNITURE WE DO NOT likelihood of cutting the face. regulate your liver and bowels.

HANDLE, INCLUDING MATTINGS, Merchant Tailor.One I $1 to $7 Per Set I! For sai,* by Anti-. Ionopoly Drug-1 I;!! DEALERS IN


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/ Weak HeartsPalpitation Colored Folks' ColumnRev. ,:= : : ;:.:FJiNNiiU'S: : : : :-Ebeomatiaml--- -
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aad other heart irregu- KIDNEY*" 13a r

/ f J. E. A. Keeler, Editor Gr v
ities are nearly always caused by

\, Teak stomach and a disordered di- BACKACHE

t :'", ion. Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy Reverends W. W. Hamilton of A11 Bladder and
"- UrinarY Diseases, CURE!
i., \ weak stomachs, regulates the Summerfield, and Morris Stewart of ta.tOr..l1. ,
_. .I .. jgg gjjegjgngmggg J
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T- -' .--- -- : Shady are in the
-- n. -- --- -' -- r saatriC juices, builds up the appetite city.

I I and invariably cures palpitation, intermittent Miss Lena Taylor leaves for Jack Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. '

'. pulse, and other heart ir sonville today to visit her mother,
A Noah's Ark.
Regular regularities. For this purpose It has Mrs. Mattie Taylor, who is quite ill. SEABOARD .> '

no equal. It cures all stomach troubles *"Old Hoss Sale."-Three carloadsof
and insures good health and odds
and ends of all descriptionswill '

t ....,.. sweet, refreshing sleep.A be on sale at the S. A. L. depotat The Seaboard Air Line will operate
.- a Cafe Car on morning trains from

tr r We ate receiving the balance of our Toys and Holiday Goods Governor's Opinion ,everybody public auction go and December purchase. 18. Let Jacksonville October 3, 4, 5 and 6, oa

Governor Robert Taylor, of Ten account of the G. A. R excursion,

r- this week. Our Special Sales begin December J nessee, says: "I find Tyner's Dyspepsia Mrs. Ike Tompkins is quite sick. 'which will give passengers an opportunity

,, Remedy an admirable aid to Mrs. Rosa Harrison of Summer. to have excellent meals on

,.1 i,; and continue until January J 903. ,digestion. It imparts a vigor and field was in the city Saturday. these trains. ,

.t. easiness of feeling which is very de FOR RENT OR SALE-The Toby Sleeping car reservations may be r

sirable. It is a first'c1'aSs remedy for 'Moore house lately vacated by made and Pullman tickets issued at

We are making special Sunday School Teachers, aiding digestion." Rev. Scott. Ten room. Just re- City Ticket Office.

t .. ,' .... Price 50 cents per large bottle. paired. J. Starr Sternberger, next to This sleeping car runs 'through and

prices to Xmas Tree Comwishing to buy presents For sale by druggists. Six bot- Tydings1 Drugstore.The arrives Washington in the morning.

tles for $2.50 or sent by express on ministers' meeting proved to Secure your reservations now.CASTORIA.

receipt of price by Tyner's Dyspepsia be quite a success.
., mittees. Sunday School for their Sunday School ;
; Co.
1-2 S.
Remedy 107 Enterprising Tailors

Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga. The enterprising firm of colored

: V' ,f- ... Committees and Public classes, will find something Send 5c.: to pay postage for a tailors, J. A. Colyer & Bro., have received For Infants and Children. .

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sample bottle. a splendid lot of patterns for ,

t School Committees, on appropriate and will suits or single garments and sam The Kind You Have Always Bought ,.

ATLANTIC COAST LINE ples from which to select a fall suit Bears theSignature'of

r : Holiday Goods. get special prices. and they have also received a triangle '

Schedule in Effect November 30, 1902 or three sided mirror, in which

Northbound: Leave daily 1:50 p. m. those having a-suit made at the establishment ,

-Special prices to all Schools Sunday Schools and Churches and 1:20: a. m. can see i its! perfect. fit. THE OCALA PRESSING CLUB'i

Southbound: Leave daily 3:10: p. There are quite a number of recent -

." '; for Christmas Tree Supplies and m. and 2:25: a. m. arrivals to our city during the Clothes cleaned, dyed pressed and .

Effective with this schedule, trains past few days. repaired. Work neatly done. Also

-' .- Holiday Goods. leaving l Ocala 1:50: p. m. and 3:10: p. .
; n'? *J'. Mr. Robert J. Wilson informs the ladies' skirts cleaned.
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,\... 1" : m. daily carry through Pullman public generally that his barbersb >p Come and give me a trial.
|IF YOU WISH TO SEC: : A HAPPY CROWD, LOOK IN OUR STORE. sleeping cars between Chicago and
is open daily. Shave, 10c.; hair cutting William Gordon, Prop.

St. PeUtfsburg via Nashville, Mont 25c.; shampooing.25c.: Razors 13 South Orange. ll27dOYSTERS

gomery, Jacksonville and Ocala with kept in good order and
perfect satisfaction -

F p 'adson out change. given. Magnolia street nearS. A CARD f .
Trains leaving 1:20: a. m. north- A. L. depot. .
bound and 2:25: a. m. southbound daily -
Sup't.T. Mr. V. Sims rejoices over the advent Whereas by force of circumstances"
sleeping between Jacksonville
carry car -
of a fine heir; Mr. T. G. Reddish I have: been compelled to change my
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and St. Petersburg via Ocala.
-- -- is "tickled to deatl '"bver a fine line of work, I therefore take this
Local trains for the west coast
T. I j son who came to see him on last Fri method of thanking my friends for
TthJRPRACTICAL FESSENDEN ACADEMY leave' Cicala 7 a. m., 11:15: a. m. and '
day night, and Mr. Willie Richardson past favors, while I solicit a liberal
Which io doing such excellent work 3:05 p'm.. and arrive Ocala from I'
I boasts of holding the prinae of babes share of their patronage in the fu
for the colored children, has an enlollmenc I west coast points at 10:30: a. m.. .
who came to claim his 'place in the ture at my present vocation.
and MECHANICAL of 250! pupils and had an average 1:40 p. m. and 5:50: p. m. I
Respectfully, William Giles
family morning at 3 o'clock.
attendance for November of S. P. Collier,. D. p A., Tampa, Fla.A I The Magnolia Manager Broadway Furniture and
213. Prof. Wiley, the principal, feels Restaurant corner
Upholstering Co., next door to
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.i of Magnolia and Market streets is
.;. greatly encouraged and has perfected MILLION VOICES I William Benus' Bakery.
open at all hours and can furnish
i plans to move the old store build-
Could hardly express the thanks of i meals and lunc-hes at reasonable
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ing at Martin to the school groundsand Homer Hall, of West Point la. Listen !
9 rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ruth, OYSTERS!
fit it for industrial work-
up an
r why: A severe cold had settled :
Umbrellas Repaired. Saws Filed and Put in Good Working Order shop. i Managers.Dr. You will find an oyster openerif
on his lungs, causing a most obstinate '
W. D. Vann and Mr. Frank Alexander ten year;; experience at W. L. Jones'
Box 374 Market. OCALA FLORIDA. cough. Several said
d t Opposite City Howard Academy has 420 pupils physicians I returned from Jacksonville stalls, fi and 8, City Market. Guar
he had consumption, but could
enrolled and had an average attend- i[ yesterday and: are now busily engaged anteed clean and first class in every
r help him. When all thought he was I
ance in November of 324. I| in the duties of the Afro-American respect. The famous Sol Aytch, oyster
doomed he began to use Dr. King'sNew
j Benefit Association. I opener. Fresh oysters every day.
vv,: ",)' "" .:P W5OO #*>W *W* \ Discovery for Consumption and Prices, 30 cents 15 cents
A COLD WAVE writes: "It completely cured met"| Go to Rev. S. S. Bellamy, the jew- a quart; a
: i 9 : notions, etc. Watch and clock pint. Free delivery.
ery :
and saved my life. I now weigh 227 i iIbiii. ',
I Nine i EP BINE.I I The forecast of sudden changes ia ." It's positively guaranteed for I repairing a specialty. Satisfaction I
; guaranteed. tf 8 Jellies and preserves, the best, in
the weather serves notice that a Coughs, Colds and Lung troubles. 22//
1if4- bulk, at 3. R. .
;ii L& _i \i _r.: i hoarse voice and a heavy cough may Price 50c. 'and $1. Trial bottles free I :Mrs. Eliza Bellinger is very sick toI I ,. Pyles'. ..-. .
invade the sanctity of health in your at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. day. I ;

of | Pure Juices from Natural Roots. own home. Cautious people have a & Soup every day at Ike'TomPklns'l L.ALEXANDER

bottle of One Minute Cough Cure always restaurant. Special

all the 1 DEG, iATES 'the liver, Stomach and Bowels, at hand. E. H. Wise, Madison, VELVETRUBBER I people. Practical

:'t: 'r' t r Q pie | R*E Gteanscs! the System, Purifies the Blood I Ga.Minute, writes Cough: "I Cure am :.indebted for my present to One HEELS I a Mrs.visit B.Citra Sutton, reports, who an has enjoyable been on CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful

good health, and probably my life." Enable the wearer who may be I,

.--< ,.Suff {j PORES Malaria: Biliousness, Constipation i II It cures Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, I standing the greater part of each i iI I tiip.Full supply of fresh country eggs, tract work.estimates Gives made more on and all better con

w Weak Stomach and Bronchitis, Pneumonia and all day, to home at night without j
Impaired Digestion.Diseased I go
.. 'from I I chickens and turkeys at W. 0. Par work for the money than auy other
a I Throat and Lung troubles. One Minute I that tired and dragged-out feeling ker's restaurant.Rev. man in town.

1 E"rBoWaJ C ranfeed to 6iYe Satisfaction. Cough Cure cuts the phlegm: 1 I winch is otherwise customary. S. A. Williams returned last

DOSE.f draws out the inflammation, heals : They are noiseless, and therefore
f I Pi ice, r>O Cents. and soothes the mucous membranesand i iI I. recommend themselves for use in alII i night been assisting from Orlando Elders, where Long and he Per-has J J. A, COLYEfl & BROTHERSUITS

strengthens the lungs. AntiMonopoly places where th'noise of walking is I
rin in the funeral of Rev. Hall. The
Prepared by JAMES F. BALLARD, St Louis Mo, Drugstore.A. objectionable. !
43 attendance was the largest ever seen '
.. kk 0'0{ f f e"'Cryr;'''''' trrirtrM'+C C.c erE Eyt'tKXXX**' NEEDED EVERYWHERELadies i FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP
in that city.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores. C. L. CITY TICKET OFFICEIf particularly find them a great
I .1. E. Tompkins, fish dhd oysters,
Material Unequaled for the Price
boon. Nurses should wear themin
stall No. 10, city market, and restaurant -
you contemplate going away, 10
all cases. Waiters in hotels
49 South Magnolia street,
matter where or when, call on Miss I
and restaurants phone 67. CLEANING, DYEING AND REPAIRING
Jessie Maughs, City Ticket Agent fir need them. .

FreshMeat t and Game the ..... C. L., in .the Ocala House office Doctors, Lawyers, Professional Rev. P. Swearingen, P. E.passed NEATLY DONE

and she will be pleased to give through Ocala today on his way tj
and Business Men, School Teachers,
':\ We keep.on hai\d a lull tine of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and you rates, schedules routes and any and others whose business confines Jacksonville. He has been to San Fall Samples in Great Variety for

z Sausage fahe had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. other information. them in places where the din and tos holding a quarterly meeting with Inspection
Rev. J. E. A. Keeler. The services
Careful attention to orders and quick delivery confusion from constant tramping is
were quite a success.
SULPHUK BATHS AT HOME annoying, will recommend them. i iI BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEYIN
iv. L. jrmES LOXZO WALKER, I Don't forget that Mrs. Melissa
For Sale By. TOWN
Proprietor. Butcher I Hancock's Liquid Sulphur baths Mack still runs the Mack House on ,

are superior to those of the most celebrated D. W. GOODWIN, Broadway,' where the very best lodging

c; I Ty rv1 I<. er sulphur springs, having the Practical Boot and Shoe Maker, can be obtained at reasonable Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike

additional advantage of being made 26 Fort King Avenue, Ocala, Fla. rates.
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--r- - any desired strength. Taking medicine 11-25-1m. The Miona House is still open
Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the
by absorption into the system and comfortable lodging can be had

through the skin by taking medicated A GOOD OPPORTUNITY at very reasonable rates. Cotton BuyerP.
0. BOX 134
baths is a very efficient method of
Means a success In business and .Mrs. M. Ruth, in the Mitchell
obtaining a constitutional treatment. I ...............................................-.......,.., .....
means a success in life, and it all block, is ready to supply her custom

Air Line Railway Hancock's Liquid Sulphur never fails teaches us to know a good thing ers' with choice fruits, vegetablesand LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE
II to cure all blood and skin trouble
when meals at rates.
I I we see it. Have your clothing special
For sale the First Class Service and Quick Schedules
by Anti-Monopoly Drug
I I cleaned and pressed in first class Mrs. Lilla Mitchell met with a
,. For Savannah, Columbia, Camdcn, Southern Pines, Raleigh, store.
I style at a reasonable price. If you very serious accident yesterday.
!Richmond, Washington: I Baltimore, I -TO-
nought a spring or a summer suit, While returning from her home to
Philadelphia, New York I
TO TRAVELERSYou why not have us to dye it and make Santos on her way back to take BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE, ?

may need some information ic it a first class winter suit? as we use charge of her school at Flemington, EVANSVILLE, CHICAGO,

Two Elegant Trains Daily-- regard to schedules, sleeping and dlnIpa the best dyes and sele dyes In the the horse ran away and she, falling LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI,

; car service. It matters not what Southern States. Dye in all shades, out, broke her left arm. We trust ST. LOUIS

FLORIDA i AND METROPOLITAN LIMITED t i :sour;, destination may ue, informati as you can get anywhere else in the she will recover soon.

i will be cheerfully furnished by any world. Now York Steam Dye Works! Lost Friday morning a pocket- AND ALL POINTS WEST AND "

SEABOARD FAST (MIL afecnt or representative of the Atlan- 163 South Main street, Ocala, Fla book with a silver bracelet and post- NORTHWEST, -

tic Coast Line. The great thoroughfare Next door to the Ocala Steam Laun- office key and 25 in cash belonging to

'of travel to and from the East, dry. MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS
Modern Pullman Equipment! I Miss Susie Aytch. The finder will
West and South.
please return same to editor of this AND ALL POINTS SOUTHWEST
W. J. Craig, G. P. A., Wilmington,
column. 3t
N. C.V.; II. Leahy, D. P. A., Savan- THROUGH TICKETS VIA THE L.
Only Line t flak, Ga.; S. P. Collier, Jr., Tampa For full, complete and reliable In. &N.

i i Fla.; Frank C. Boyleston, C. A., Jacksonville formation as to rates, schedules, FAVORITE FAMILY REMEDY
Sold All Railroad Coupon
Fla. sleeping car service, etc., to any Are by

Operating Daily Through Sleepers horn Jacksonville point no matter where located, call Frequently accidents occur in the Ticket Agents In Florida ,

Drink Celery Phosphate. It is pal I on or address S. P. Collier, Jr., Division household, which cause burns, cuts,
to New Orleans.For For schedules, rates and sleeping car
sprains and bruises for use in such
atable, refreshing and invigorating i Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast ;
i reservations, apply to
with no bad effects. We make it and I Line, Tampa, Fla. cases, Ballard's Snow Liniment has
full information: : :aul deeper icscnations I call on any agent know what it contains, and thereforeare for many years been the constant favorite J. !If, FLEMING Fla. Pass. Agt.,

Seamaid: or writeA in a position to recommend it. family remedy. 25c., 50c. and 206 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla
and chamber
Beautiful parlor lamps at Drugstore, ',. STONE, 0. P. A., Loularffle, Kjr.r .
$1 Anti-Monopoly
0. MacDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt., Jacksonville, Fla. J{I The Postofflce Drugstore sets at Mclver & MacKay's.


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'::' Dec. L-Cloudy to- : The Florida Naval Stores and Commission

and COMPAN ..ight with rain In north and north- Co. has purchased 340 acres
Proprietors and Publishers. I central: portions; Tuesday, cloudy lThe 1 y r I. Ii of land a mile and & half from the

with rain in north and central portion court house on which they will es-

C. L. BITTINGER, .- ?. I tablisfi! a recruiting station, where

Editor and Business Manager. iV 1 I I they will locate all such convicts as
CHANGED "GRIPS" I the phosphate,: miners and turpentinemen

R. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. 1.. refuse. Will A. Pelot has bee

.. Samuel W. Teague. and L. L. Meggs -I. appointed manager. He received a -for Infants and Children.
FANCY FRUiT were on the same train the other day lot of mules t Ujis morning and has The Kind You Have Always Bought bas borne the signature -

Fancy apples, bananas, cocoanutsand and when Mr. Meggs left the train he i I gone to work to inclose and breakup of Clias. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his.

cabbage: at J. G. Fergtica's, next got hold of Mr. Teague's grip and did i the land.Among personal supeifisioii for over 30 years. Allow no one

to city 'market. not discover, his mistake until Sun 1j the stockholders of the to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and

I 4 day morning, when he opened the ; .j j oompany are C. B. Rogers & Co. and Jiist-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger the ,

CORD AND STOVE WOOD grip to get his shaving utensils. His Wom i Mr. Coachman. health of -Experience against Ex 1 ierinrent. !

astonishment was great at his unfortunate -
Any length desired. Prefer orders mistake, and greater still at Who is discouraged by a condition of illj j> SOLD THREE HOUSESJ. The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
for hard wood, but will fill all or health which fails to yield to the treat-

ders for pine if pre! rred. AddressL. the important documents that he ment of local physicians will be glad to the Signature of \
discovered therein. He hastened to know she can consult Dr. Pierce, by Starr Sternberger sold three ,
0. Booher, Box 56, Ocala, Fla. 20tf
Ocala to interview Mr. Teague, who letter, free. In a little more than thirty houses l last week to colored people. ..i '- ;
Dr. Pierce, chief consulting physician r :_
in the meanwhile had made a similar years John F. Spray got one on Expositionstreet .
FRESH, NEW CROP NUTSA to the Invalids' Motel and Surgical
discovery, but what he found in Institute. Buffalo N. Y., assisted by, his James Booker another adjoin-
full assortment just received at Meggs' grip he will never tell. staff of nearly a score of physicians, ing Needham, the plumber, and Ed

Troxler's. has treated and cured hundreds of thou. I Bishop the third, In North Ocala.
I sands of weak and sick women. All .
RAISING THE FUNDS correspondence is held as strictly private In Use For Over 30 Years.
Moler Barber College, New Orleans I Miss Lutie Smith, of Anthony, is ..
and sacredly confidential. Address Dr. THE CENTAUR OOMPa TT MURflAV STREET NEW YORK CITY.
0. _""""' ''''''''''V- !!ff -_:':-',:=-_:- _
La., wants men to learn bar- R. Blackistoa and S. T. Sistrunkin R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. I visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. Rivers >

ber trade. Steady practice, expert a few hours Saturday afternoonAnd After being subjected for some time to an I on West Madison street. Miss \
female trouble," Mrs. Minnie
Instructions, tools presented, wages! this morni g secured subscriptions TilloUon annoying,: of Potomac Vermillion says Co., 111., Box Smith is on her way home after a

Saturdays, board provided. Beautifully toe 150, "I wrote to Dr. R. V. Pierce. who at once 1 protracted visit with Mrs. R. F. En- J.
amounting to nearly $2000 understood my suffering, and advised me to

illustrated catalogue and particulars I race track fund. tike Medical his Discovery' Favorite'Prescription'and use also and his Golden'Lotion I sey, on the Suwannee river, near A. PITTMAN & SON

mailed free. I Tablets' and 'Suppositories.1' After using his Oldtown.-Starke Telegraph.
I medicines eight or sine months I was com
There were eighteen arrivals Saturday pletely cured."I .
WANTED TO to Dr.Pierce for his advice and
and thirteen Sunday at the
the ki.d and encouraging letters he wrote to Dealers in
cow, three months from calvIng me. I would advise any woman suffering with wife ill '
t Montezuma. This hotel has so many "My was so that good physicians -
female disease, to consult him. Prompt and .
for fresh milk Will
a good cow. regular guests that frequently every respectful attention will be given and good were unable to help her,"
the difference. J. C. advice received by so doing."
pay Apply to room Is occupied.Mr. I writes M. M. Austin, of Winchester,
French, Spring Park, Fla. dSt wl 30 The Common Sense Medical Adviser I FURNITURE'
Ind., "but was completely cured by
1008 large pages in paper covers, is sent .
R. C. Middleton, .the new tar- fret on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps topay I Dr. King's New Life Pills." They
peatine operator at Clarksville, several expense of mailing only Address work wonders in stomach and liver
Mar Ion county at once to prepare for Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. New and Second-Hand
miles east of Oklawaha station, troubles. Cure constipation, sick
positions ia the Government Service
came up this afternoon on important headache. 25c. at Anti Monopoly
Ajply to Isterstate Corres. ,
business. PRICE REDUCED Drugstore. \ .
Inst. Cedar Rapids Ia. Sep. 27.
r / r .- We have new goods and prices that

CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED The Times-Union and Citizen has FOR SALE \ can't r: be duplicated in the state /
Robert G. Blake, who has been at
reduced the price of its daily edition .
Madison for several weeks recrultin: With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as Handsome eight room residence, Wheu in town call .on us and we will
from $10 to $6 a year. It should have
that Fraternal Union lodge, is homeon they cannot reach the seat of the newly renovated, bath and toilet In \ i convince you that we are the people?
done this long ago. The price in
a visit to his family. I dieease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional house, stable and outhouses, large ( ,t1 Nu from whom to buyFURNITURE
Jacksonville is 10 cents a week. -
disease, and in order to yard and garden. Best neighborhoodin -->
Oysters serve J in all stylet, and cure it you must take internal remedies city. Electric lights, hot and cold I -, STOVES, ETC. ;

yogi aai always find them at Dame's.Mr. I Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Coughing Spell Caused Death water throughout. Apply to J. Starr :: -.. kPd Remember the places-old: S',Bazar- :.

internally, and acts directly on the Sternberger, next to the Teapot Gro f

Tom Sexton, who spent Sunday blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years, cery. 10 21 a 2 Store, corner .Fort King avenu% and .

wick his family, left this after Catarrh Cure Is nol a qtack medi choked to death early yesterday t"t Magnolia stieet. ,. '

noon tor Newberry to look after Ford cine. It was prescribed by one of morning at his home, in the presence Hancock's Liquid sulphur cures I J.
& Hlller'a phosjJiatw mines. I the best physicians in this countryfor of his wife and child. He contracteda I skin troubles of every nature. Nc I : .

years, and is a regular prescription. slight cold a few days ago and paid i home should be without it. Ask your .

Seed oats, Texas: rust proof. We It is composed of the best ton- but little attention to it. Yesterday druggists; for a book on Liquid Sul -

morning he was seized with a fit of phur. By Anti-Monopoly Drug Co.
are headquarters. S. R. Pyles. ics known, combined with the best COUNTRY HOME WANTED Mayor's Proclamation of Election
coughing which continued for
/ blood! purifiers, acting directly on themucous sometime --
-4. His wife sent for a physician, Fine box candy, half and pound
Mr. II. F. who surfaces. The
Hyman, spent Sunday perfect combination -
to Be it known
Wanted: rent for one year, with that on December. 9,
with his family, went north. this of the two ingredients is but before he could arrive, another packages It's Schrafft's and thereis the A. I .*lf102
privilege of two years.a: place In ) an election will be heM at
atf whaT I coughing spell came on and Duckwell none better. At Dame's.KODOL .
lei to sell sweets and crackersfor such wonderful
noon results
died from su1Yocation.-St. Louis the country, about a mile and a half the voting places in each waid In the
his Atlanta house. in curing Catarrh. Send for I f "' from public square in Ocala. Must city of Ocala, Fla., for the election of
Globe-Democrat Dec. 1 1901. Ballard's .
testimonials free.F. have eight or ten acre: of good land a mayor of Raid city and a councilman -
Oysters served In all and fall J. CHENEY & CO. Horehound Syrup would hare all classes of food tones
styles ? Props., I Digests under fencer Apply at this office.BALLARD'S for each ward thereof. .
saved him. 25c. 50c. and at Anti-
kours at the Montezuma Restaurait. Toledo, O. $1 and strengthens the stomach and digestive The said councilmen of each wardto
Monopoly Drugstore. I
Sold by druggists, price 75c. organs. Cures Dyspepsia, HOREHOUND SYRUP be elected by the qualified voters.

Hall's Family Pills are the best. I Indigestion, Stomach Troubles, and of the lespective. wards. .

FOR RENT-An eight: room house ACCOUNT BOOKS makes rich, red blood, health, and Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy Officers of said election ana 1 r.ap_

nicely furnished. Apply to Mrs. A. I ONION PLANTSFor You want new blank books for the I I strength Kodol rebuilds worn-out cough, oppressed, rattling, raspingand ;pointed as follows: / .

B. Frink, Ocala, Fla., care Box 891. sale at 36 South Third street, first of the year. We have them, all i tissues, purifies, strengthens and difficult breathing. Henry C. Ware W C. 'Jef-

Ocala Iwdl2-l I. Stevens. I sizes, single and double entry ledg- sweetens the stomach. Gov. G. W Stearns, Druggist, Shullsburg, Wisconsin fords, John Pasteur and F. Lancaster
Watch for cur Xmas and holiday ers, 100 to 1000 pages, cash books. Atkinson, of W. Va., says: "1 have writes, May 20, 1901: "I have ; clerk, E. L. Ley.

announcement of fancy goods. The THE PRIDE OF HEROES day books, journals, time books, in-I'' used a number of bottles of Kodol been selling Ballard's Horehound Ward Two Inspectors, P.J.,

Ocala Bazaar Gadsoa, Supt. voice books, records, time I and have found it to be a very effec- Syrup for two years, and have never Peacher, Clifford M. Livingston and

Many soldiers in the last war etc. All grades and prices. I tive and. indeed, a powerful remedyfor Lad a preparation that has.given better Mallory Liddon; clerk, C. II. Dame.

FURNISHED ROOMS wrote to say that for Scratches, Ocala News Co. i stomach ailments. I recommendit satisfaction. I notice that whenI Ward Three-Inspectors, John E.

Two pleasant, well furnished rooms Bruises, Cuts, Wounds, Corns, Sore to my friends." Anti-Monopoly : sell a bottle, they come back for Bailey, P; H. Gillen and O. H. Farris;

with fire places and closets. No. 12 Feet and Stiff Joints, Bucklen's Arnica Terkeeween Oil Liniment, the best Drugstore. more. I can honestly recommend it." clerk, Tolar D. Bryan.Ward .

North Watula street, next door to De- Salve is the beet in the world. liniment; will not blister by rubbing. 25c,, 50c. and $1 at Auti-Monopoly Four-Inspectors, R. A. Carl-

Weese House. Mrs. D. H. Peacock. Same for Burns, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers Try it for all pains and aches and for TOYS Drugstore. ton, Geo. R. Smith_ and I. W. Ogle;

Skin Eruptions and Piles. It redbugs and mosquito bites. Tydings i We have a fine stock of toys of aU i clerk, A. J. Leavengood. .

Violet Talcum Powder, Colgate'sor cures or no pay. Only 23c. at AntiMonopoly & Co. I kinds. Don't fail to see them.. Art 1 TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY In testimony whereof I, }1. Fishel,

French's, at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. and photo albums, baskets, collar I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- mayor of the city of Ocala, Fla.,
MRS. E. FELSHAW I hereunto set my; hand and affix the
Drugstore i and cuff boxes, toilet sets, mirrors lets. All druggists refund the money
FINE CANDIES Desires to notify her patrons that t! corporate seal of said city this, the
and other articles.
many if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
8th day of :November, A. D. 1902. "
the books for which she took subscriptions -
Chas. E. has just receiveda : Ocala News Co .
Taylor is
Reductions in BOX PAPERS to nature on each box. 25c.
will be here the first of i M. Fishel, Mayor of Ocala._ ,
fine line of box and bulk candies. I
make room for our new stock for the II ,
Some next week, when the same will be de TYLER'S MILK
fall. Don't buy until you look at our of them are exceptionally fine The Only Guaranteed Kidney Cure
livered. dwltll-28 A NEW SEED STORE
stock. The Post Office Drug Storo. and all ale fresh from the factory. No dairy in the state has the per t
Is Smith's Sure: Kidney Cure. Your

STOP PAYING RENT fected arrangements and equipmentsto druggist will refund your money if after Baxter Cam will open a first class
i iO..n
FOR SALE PERFECT SCRAP BOOKS I give you clean, pure milk as has
taking one bottle you are not satisfied seed store in Ocala the first of Jar.wiry .
For ale at a bargain, my inter st t i We will have a big line of "Perfect I Your Own Property Tyler. When :you drink it you know I with results. 50 tents at AntiMonopoly -
Remember, he will be In position
in the general Merchandise busine: Scrap Books" in a few days. The The Fidelity Home Buyers' Compa I you are imbibing the cleanest and Drugstore.
to seeds for spring
of Mitchell &: S arl man, Bellevtew. most complete! scrap album in the I. ny of Chicago, 111., incorporated, best to be had. I supply
.Fla., if sold at once. For full particulars i country. No mucilage or paste. Call with $100,000 capital, will furnish TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY planting.The -

addressr.. A. Sparkman, I for them. All prices. you the money to buy a home, buildor OXLI.A-.
TL Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- Montezuma Cafe, oysters,
Dell \'Ie\V. Fia. w4t 11 8 i 1 j The Ocala News Co. I pay off your mortgage. Bears the Kind You Bata Always Cougtt31gCC
II lets. The signature "E. W. Groves" lunches or full) meals. The best and
I I i I will be at the office of J. E. Bailey
ti I I on every box. 25c. the cheapest.
SMITH'S NERVE RESTORER every Saturday from 9 a, m. until of ,

This medicin is guaranteed to i Professional Cards 4 p. m. to explain the benefits and re-I --- ------ ------ --- ... ------.-..------- -, .---- --
all ceive applications for contracts for I .
cure cases of Nervous Prostration I "
: I money. A. M. Higgins, Agent. -
caused 1.1) overwork. It is true
a I
Nerve Tonic and restore.ervous: R. FULLER, I Box I, Electra, Fla. dw Imll 11 MCIVER AND MAOKA'YLeading

Vitality or Loss of Manhood. It will DENTIST
not only relieve these nervous troubles -I

and weaknesses, but will restore For Stove Wood, phone or drop a
Office Over Munroe and Chambliss'
them to full visor and manhood. I Bank card to the OCALA SPOKE AND ; Furniture Dealers of. Central! andWE

Guaranteed and sold by AntiMonopoly I OCALA FLORIDA RIM FACTORY. State length of ,

i Drugstore. I -I I"I 1 wood desired. I .

]. E. CHACE >Southerl1 Flol'ic1a 7' -
FOR SALE "I I Bay Rum, in bottles, 25 aDd 50 I t

cents, for the toilet. At the AntiMonopoly I .. ,
Near DENTAL SUR3EONOffice -- --
square, a neat four room i I,

house. Apply to J. Starr Sternberger : Drugstore.IF j I
next to Teapot Grocery. I Upstairs Commercial Bank

Use Smith's Nerve Restorer. It is
Wfe are receiving the balance: of a
our toys and holiday goods: this week I J true Nerve Tonic. Will cure any I "

and our special sale begins Dec. 1. I TERMS, CASH case, of Nervous Prostration; does .' AND, IN QUALITY, THE VERY BEST. WE ALSO \

As usual we shall lead our followers. not contain opium in any form. Sold HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF TURPENTINE WAGONS

The Ocala Bazaar: Gadson. Supt. I W. H. MAREAN M. D. I by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
The now urJnk:-Celery Phosphateat SURGEON Cabbage, lettuce, mustard, radish SADDLES DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS, BABY

the Posto;ice Drugstore. and all other fall garden seeds at Ty
Special attention given to the treatment CARRIAGES, GO-CARTS, ETC. IN FACT, WE HAVE
dings & Co.'s.IKE.
of Chronic Diseases and Dis -
eases of Women and Children.
Our line of dolls is complete, al!! Ocala, Fla. I

kinds and sizes-rag dolls, china i Office over Tydings' Drugstore. Ot-I All Around Hustler r

dolls, kid and bisque dolls, imported i flee hours from 8 a. m. to 12 m.; i Has opened a first class fish stall, No. :

hand: made, ball jointed dolls, dol! ;, from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. I, 10 in the City Market, and he asks [ WESf

head, etc. Call and see them, *rom L i, Residence-No. 60 North Main street, I the patronage of the public in and BEST QUALITY PRICES

Jc. to $10 each. Ocala News Go. I known as the Nash Cottage. out of the city. 'i0 ,


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