The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
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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).
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Volume 8, Number- OCALA, FLORIDA TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1902. Fifty Cents a Month,.$S a Yea : : _'

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Salted Salmon, OUR COUNTY SOLONS seven years old. She said her hus- If Know ; <- ,- ._- 7 { (
youHow .
band was dead and her grown sons -e< t
would not help her. Dr. Van Hood ..' "
Bologna Sausage In Oil December Deliberations of Marion's to : "
: had doctored her daughter for a num- 1ve' ";' f" -
Five Wise Men _
ber of '
years. : ,
Holland Herring, Milcheners, The Board of County Commissioners I' Lena Kyle, colored, appeared for Good Gifts .; .., ."
aid to help her seventeen year old ...

met in monthly session Monday daughter, who for three months was To You Friends :::1
, ., Limburger, and Sweitzer morning. Present, Chairman Long helpless.Mr. :R.
Commissioners Edwards Lucius and
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Cheese ..
Fort. Edwards was appointed a com- .'t .:-

Wekiwa River Bridge mittee of one to investigate said THEN YOU'LL COME HERE WITH YOUR HOLIDAY BUYING. -

5-lb Stone Crocks of Jelly, cases and report at next meeting. WE HAVE LARGE ASSORTMENTS OF DOLGE'S FELT JULIETS {
The first matter considered was the
Commissioner Fort presented request -
bill of Mr. W. J. Waltersvof Dunnel-- of James Caldwell to correct '""

Mincemeat and Cranberry Ion, for building the bridge over the the course of the Moss Bluff and Gra- '

L's. Sauce, run. Contract price was $325, but hamville public road, which diagOnal-I For Men and Boys .3; .

Mr. Walters found that thirty-six feet
-AtPot ly passes through his two 71
of new railing was needed, which was he now wishes it to pass abound. This WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF COMFORTABLE AND PRETTY

I T- Grocery not specified in contract. It was I petition will now take* its usual / HOUSE SLIPPERS, VELVET EMBROIDERED, VICI KID, PATENT 1. :

agreed that the bill should be paid, including course-wait until next meeting. LEATHER AND ALLIGATOR, IN ROMEO, BRIGHTON AND OPERA t ." .....
the extra $20, when the : .
committee STYLES, 75c. TO $2.50.
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Chairman Long's Report
at Dunnellon, consisting of '

HOT DRINKS Jno. L. Leitner, Dr. 'Baskln and T. W. Which embraced his visit as a delegate \. AND STETSON PATENT, VICI SHOES FOR MEN. .' -J

Hood, altered their report to read, to the state good roads conven- "DOROTHY DODD" AND "OUR OWN MAKE" BOOTS AND OX- '> " C. E. Taylor Is serving hot drinksof "Bridge completed per specificationsand tion at Jacksonville during Gala ;' FORDS FOR WOMEN. .' -

all kinds. There are hot coffee plans." Week, in substance was that millionsof t"

Vigoral, chocolate, bouillon, Cherry '
dollars are in prospect if the suggestions } '
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Interests ) .
Conflicting The"k
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Bloom, Katzenjammer and tweh'eothers. < .,
and resolutions passed have ., ."- '.
Don't fail to try them. Another matter that claimed the attention any effect on the legislature and the I .

-- of the board was petitions, national government. The conven- W. J. Chambers '

PRIVATE BOARD one asking that the Martin and Standard tion asked for the money from the In- \ .

public road be closed, and another dian war claim, about $500.000, after : : JE--- ; Shoe ,

Two blocks from Public Square. that it be kept open. Those I paying Agent Whales his 15 per cent. Company,

Apply to H. G. Haycraft, 59 North mostly interested were Robert Ferguson -i commission on the gross sum collected -

First street, East, or at the Post who wished road changed to eec by the state. ; also $500,000! now in 'Ocala" Fla.

Office. 10 21 tf tion line, and Donnie Ferguson, who the state treasury derived from the -" ::::. ,'' ..

said the change would entirely shut internal improved land sales, and the ,;::'}.-'
him out and make him round half ,
THE NEW CENTRAL go proceeds that will shortly come from
a mile. A number of other interested but they were quieted when they were
lands certainto
about 6,000,000 of
Is one of the best, neatest and most acres informed that the general EDWARDS BROTHElS':
parties were in evidence, among them
convenient hotels in the city. Its be forfeited to the state, notably
Wes McCully and Sump Brooks. Laid gave Florida every year $30,000 to aid
the Flagler canal from St. Augustineto
rooms are large, airy, and the linen
in running her State Agricultural Col-
over until next meeting. AT
much which CITY MARKET.
: is fresh and clean. The table is un- the Indian river, of
\ five six times whatit
lege, ordinarily or
Others present at the board meet-
fund, if granted by the legislature,
surpassed. Rates, $1.50 day. Spettrfamilies to
:7 per gets from the state, but this
ing were C. C. Stevens, Mr. Stafford, be proportioned to the various coun- moneyis Leading Wholesale
al4tt fti3_ or to weekly orboards
J J. C. Hall. T. W. Hood and S. S. Say accepted graciously and thankfully, BUTCllERS'
, XtlTY ties of the state proportion to the k
;: and why not for good roads, since And Retail
-fir: j. felyereen, Proprietor. age.Mr. amount they tax and spend in making
John Pasteur appeared in regard they are t the forerunners and
good roads. Then, too, the general
to the sale of the big Lake Weir I maidens of education and hand.-I
I' I government. All the good roads I Choice Florida and Western Meats
STORE TO RENT seine. He brought the law, chapter !j states are to ask Congress for a sum Mr. Long said the attendance _

store side of public 4788, which was silent about con s: large, the interest and enthusiasm -
Large on west equal to all the taxes assessed by said and all other in
gieat. Milton Dodge of the U. S. Good Celery Vegetables season
square to rent after November 1, eating seines taken In illegal fishingon states for good roads, which .in turn

11'02.' Apply to W. "'F. Gary. dw lakes, but referred to rivers and is to go to said states in proportionto lloads Department was present to aid FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108
bayous. by his experience. He said that good
the taxes they assess for building -
The chairman of the board said Mr. roads was the vital question in all the r' .<
FOR SALE good roads. If all this shall carry
Four houses and lots. Buy a home I I Pasteur was master of the situation. then will Marion county get at least leading states, which demanded gov- "TO HAVE and TO HOLD" are different. propositions.
He concluded he would sell it, whichhe ernment .assistance, and what these
cheap. The price will please you. did. $40,000 a year for good roads and slates ask for always goes. Eighteen We make them one That document, that keepsake,
Terms reasonable. J. P. Phillips, then there will be the dawn of another

Laundry. 11.10 1m Mr. Mont Atkinson desired a road day of radiance and progress dollars worth of Marion county good that treasure-we ,hold each safely. A strong box in
roads taken by Artist Gott-
straightened out so it would run ona for old Marion. pictures

section line and he in fencing his lieb, had been sent to Washington, vaults costs $5 You
Gold Mining Co. CentralizationMr. our a year, upwards.>
field could get the benefit of a pond.As and of course Marion county would

are offering limited amount treasm.ystock Reliable he owned the land and there was Long said there was a little pay for them, as she should. No prog- have a key, we have a key;, it takes both to get ,In ),

to increase plant. no one to petition to the contrary, the pawing and prancing by the old time ress without labor.

agents wanted on commission. R. J. board granted his request, if he would democrats on centralization at this Thiscaused Ed Wartmann to I You have-we hold. ,

Dyas, President, Stimson Block, Los do the work at his own expense. I I wholesale asking of government aid, tell what interest said pictures had I ?

Angeles, California. I created at the state fair and how visitors -. MUNROE &L CHAMBLISS;. .
Monday Afternoon s,
from all non-good roads coun-
BOOKS FOR THE HOLIDAYSWe William Dehon appeared and com- We have ties, on inspecting them, said old Ma- Bankers, Ocala. Fla.

have now in stock a fine line plained that Mr. Mont Atkinson was rion was a peach on good roads and

of books for the holidays and have obstructing the high road on which he Just received their sand road counties must get up

three times as many more on the had to go to town, mill, store and The Finest and'foow]) IMtrs. D. 14:13: Hick

way. We will have: an abundance of postoffice. The board directed the .
Marion's State Fair Exhibit
books from 5 cents to $5 each. clerk to notify him to remove said ob- Line ofUnion

An exceptionally fine line of chil- structi ns. .. Another day the Star will tell how THE OLD RELIABLE, YET EVER UP TO DATE MILLINERY

dren's books, beautifully illustrated, This brought up the question of the Ed Wartmann was the power behind ESTABLISHMENT, THAT HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME '

from 5c. to'$1.50. Gift books from cost of Mr. Atkinson straighteningsaid the throne and absolutely won the AND HAS EVEF GIVEN SATISFACTION IN _-

25c.:; to $3, padded poets, fine Bibles, road and bridging the pond. In 1'11:11'SOVERALLS $350 prize for Marion with his per- .
scrap albums, etc. We will show the the morning Mr. A. said he .thought sonal contributions to Marion's dis- STYLES AND PRICES

largest line of books that has ever $10 would cover the expense. Ben play. His experience set the board

been carried in Ocala. Freyermuth in the afternoon estimated a-roaring. Ask Mr. Wartmann aboutit. TO ITS GROWING CONSTITUENCY, DESIRES A CONTINUANCE .

Ocala News Co. the cost at $300, but that is for the OF THE FAVORS SHOWN IN THE PAST, WITH AN

Individual and not the county to pay.A Bonds Approved ASSURANCE THAT NOTHING WILL BE LACKING ON OUR .

Rich Poor Farm The following county officials have j
filed their bonds and the same have
If contemplate going no Chairman Long then submitted his made at OUR PATRONS. '. .
away J'
been by the board of coun-
approved f
where when, call Miss monthly poor farm report. He item
matter or on "
Jessie Maughs, City Ticket Agent for ized salary, cook, washing .and labor, ty commissioners: HICK
39cc Thomas E. Pasteur, county treasu- MRS. D. M. [
the A. C. L., in the Ocala House of- bill at Masters, Delouest and Tydings,
fice and she will be pleased to give at $111.38; expense of sugar kettle, rer-Edwin C. Smith, $5000; SamuelR.
Pyles, $3000; T. T. Munroe, $2500; Ocala ,,
schedules routes and 18.90: masonry to set same, $17.50,
rates, ,
you any And Z. C. Chambliss, $2500 W. J. Ed-
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other information. and labor and barrels to put the syrup
J. D. Robertson, $2000
in, $30.75; McLeod's lumber bill wards, $2000; ;
J. B. Malloy, $2000; John Pasteur,
for fences the and
SULPHUK BATHS AT HOME for cross sugar house during, 7913. Estimated year >C. $1000; William Hocker, $2000; W. W. ial Bank '

Clyatt, $1000; D. A. Smith, $500; S.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur baths 225 gallons of syrup produced, very ..
T. W. Bishop, $1500; ,
AH and colorsJACKETS B. Daniel. $2000; BRANCH OF .-
are superior to those of the most cel fine, at 50 cents a gallon, $112.50, and sizes I Pasteur, $3000.E. ,- ,

ebrated sulphur springs, having the 600 pounds of meat curing and six George. P. Thagard county tax collectorJas. COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE- ,' .;-

additional advantage of being made acres in pinders to fatten balance of ,.
Borland, $1000 D. W. Davis (
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medicine hog product, but not taken in consid-
desired strength. Taking
I any $5000; T. T. Munroe: $2500; J. D. CAPITAL $50.000.00'
into the eration, left a balance due of $122.66.ThIs .,
by absorption system
1 i William Hocker,
Robertson $2000;
J through the skin by taking medicated: brought up the question as to $1000; E. C. McLeod, $500; Z. C.Chamhliss. INTEREST.PAID ON TIME, DEPOSITS"
baths is efficient method of whether it was not cheaper to kill the I '
a very J. M. Meffert, $500; i
obtaining a constitutional treatment. small hogs and feed the inmates thanto To Match. DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.' DEPOSITS -
E. T. Helvenston, $1000; R. S. Hall,
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur never failsto buy bacon at 15 to 16 cents a pound RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT
W. J. Edwards, $2000; J. B.Malloy.
cure all blood and skin trouble and the discussion revealed the fact They the AND SOLD ,. t Y' ,. .
are $2000.SAVED
that the market price at Levon was
Anti t.
For sale by the Monopoly Drug.
store. 19 cents, Ocala 14 to 16, while Wart- I II II .- ----r-

mann at Citra was selling bacon at AT GRAVE'S BRINK DAY 'PHONE 117 NIGHT 'PHONE 3t
12cents a pound. FRANKLINThe I -:'

OCALACOMPANY Then, too, the poor farm had seed i "I know I would long ago have LIDDON & COMPANY

cane to replant an acre and a half or I j been in my grave," writes Mrs. S. II.

2500 to 3000 stalks of cane, worth $1a best Overall in i| ewsom. of Decatur, Ala., "if it had

I FURNITURE hundred stalks. For use of a millto I not been for Electric Bitters. For I

grind the cane at the poor farm a the World. II three years I suffered untold agony GENERAL LIVERYMEN p.

gallon a barrel was given as rent. from the worst forms of Indigestion,.

_ ThI3 reminded Commissioner Ed- W ateri rash, Stomach and Bowel

SELLS FURNITURE AND HOUSE wards to ask for an accounting on the Dyspepsia. But this excellent medicine Fine Carriages, BuggIes and Traps, Drummer' :,

poor farm cane crop, to see if it paida Tl1c I did me a world of good. Since Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. .' .
using it I can eat heartily and have
profit or was a loss, the opinion be- I

GOODS AND AT ROCK BOTTOM ing expressed that it cost 40 cents a gained 35 pounds." For Indigestion, Fine Vehicles Fast Horses, ,

PRICES. IF YOU HAVE NEVER gallon to make it, when all the expense BostonSto11e Loss Appetite, Stomach, Liver and ,

3 TRADED WITH US FOR THESE is figured in. Chairman Long I Kidney troubles, Electric Bitters area Horses and Mules for Sale.
appointed the four other commissioners positive, guaranteed cure. Onlj
to investigate and make report. 50c. at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
SATISFY YOU THAT WE MEAN Horses boarded by the :month at special rate

Asked for Aid a iLIDDON&COM .
McCall's Bazar Patternsfor
ING IN FURNITURE WE DO NOT Matilda Calhoun, colored, said she I make room for our new stock for the .

HANDLE, INCLUDING MATTINGS, had a daughter eighteen years old December are now on I fall. Don't buy until you look at our

RUGS, SEWING MACHINES, ETC who has been almost helpless since sale. 1 stock. The Post Office Drug Store. Ocala Florida

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( Mr. C. C. Stevens' OCALA GREENHOUSE, Florists


tending the Maconi Ga., :
\college, has been offered I II ex A WRECK LAST NIGHT

\ng position Lar :

I i South Georgia I Last night about 10 o'clock the Will give the ladies their choice of High Grade Milliner/

p wilhaccept same. I as northbound local freight on the A. C. Novelty Designs and Artists'' Combinations. ;!;

L. ran into a S. A. L. freight train,

r O /The funeral of Mrs. the which was standing on the crossingof Mrs. L. T. : :'
/ con Tompkins
lace this afternoon at 3 the two tracks at the ice factor. ,

'AKIN6 //her remains ,.weTe laid to The A. C. L. train could not be .-;;c<,

the new cemetery. The stopped in time to prevent the collision Will supply your wants in the finest, most

NG deeply] sympathizes with } as the down grade is very steep. .to
PD the elegant styles ever offered to an appreciative -
"l his affliction and great One car on the S. A. L. was derailedand
I badly trade. The ladies of Ocala appreciate, ,
wrecked. The Coast Line
Cards are out for the train] received very little injury. admire and buy the artistic and elegant in i.' "

Mr. Jesse E. Turnipseed of Millinery. The beautiful material richand .

die Peterson, of MRS. D. M. HICK rare, and the designs from Paris minds and J.
POWDERAbsolutely ceremony will take ton-- Has received and has on display an hands have contributed to make :Mrs. Tomp- )
night at 7:30.: I
best elegant line of white beaver and felt kin's winter opening the most notable of .-

Pure hats for ladies and misses. Those ladies 4
the the season. Attractive wonderful and
Master Cranford that:1:
who have not yet secured their!
THERE IS SUBSTITUTE so severely burned a winter headgear will do well to inspect which is ever satfsfactory appreciated. The : jc

proving and high hopes is ladies know what fine
Mrs. Hick's new stock and goods are. They

tained for his recovery. for re- make their selections.Mr. only have to call at :'__r'

Chairs. Willow, cane ., C. L. Moore, overseer of city Mrs. L. T.
streets, has almost completed Lake Tompkins'To :
at S. R. Pyles'. chairs. J. A. Pittman & O.
Weir avenue to the city. limits, and

has put the old cemetery in a sightly find them. Her styles are without exception the
Hot Drinks at the Postoffice Drug Oysters served In all .
condition. finest in the state, unquestionably within the reach of
store. daylight to 10 p. m.

es, steaks, pan cakes and the all, and please even the gentlemen, many of them connoisseurs -

GARDEN SEED at TYDINGS & C. E. Taylor. the HanCOCk's Liquid :Sulphur Is Indorsed in the selection of art and elegance in mini
and prescribed by many leading
OO.'S. physicians throughout the country nery. In fact, Mrs. Tompkin's styles please everybody.
The telegraph wire
for all blood and skin troubles.. --
New crop nuts at the Hole] in the stored to the Ocala
Hundreds!, of cases of eczema and oth-

Wall.Fresh'taffy. \ happy.fice, and now Miss S. I er skin diseases have been permanently At S. R. PYLES'CAN

cured by the use of Hancock'sLiquid

candy made daily at \ Sulphur, after all otfc 'r rem3- BE FOUND
Dame's. Oysters:: are unusually
dies failed. For sale
by AntiMonopoly -
son and the cook at the
] Drug Co.Mr. '
Finest butler in town at S. R. Cafe understands the art That you can't do without. Turkey ,, k -

Pyles'. them. /' may be King, but we have other luxuries
'-"\ Wartmajm of Citra is having y 4
Call that .press Its Majesty '
/its house in Ahp second ward of Ocala] very i > >

Cocoanuc; and peanut brittle at Oysters, the nest, repaired. Le\y Alexander. doing the closely. We have the best plum ,,

Dame's. tasty manner, at the work. pudding, the best mince meat, raisins .

Cafe. currants, fruits, and everything ) ''

M. W. Ulmer of Conant was in the i ii needed for a delightful Thanksgivingfeast. i "
i A splendid[ line of window curtains, w Mo
city today. iII Odd dressers and Iron shades, portiere curtains, etc., at Mc- -
II line and very handsome, you fver & MacKay's. .u6D, I a-.
Major Wright, of Oxford, was in .M C.
WANTED good, all around mill HOME ti e s ,
the city today. v
Grass furniture, the man. Apply to J. M. MetTert, Ocala, Place your orders with us and they ti' *.. '
thing. Ask to see it at ] I Fla.] dlw ltw 11 29 shall be filled. aim is
Sweet milk, always fresh, at the MacKay's.Violet My to lease'p
I our customers.
Hole] in the Wall. ,
Clifford Martin spent his! Thanks-
Scented Talcum Old Alliance Store S. R. PYLES ;:
II giving with Mrs. Anna Bond Hopkins .
Cocoanuts, warranted sound, at the reliev chafing, prickly "
at "Saint's Rest, Orange Lake. Mrs. ---.
Hole] in the Wall :3 for 25('. Tydings & Co.Cherry '-
H. also had as her guest Mrs. L. K.

: Peck, of Johnson Station. The occasion TO THE LADIES :
"Touch Flesh" ] of Irvine, was
Floyd Bloom, the new ?
: Mrs. .
was a very pleasant one. .
In the city today. especially for the ladies, i sick Peck has returned home and Mr. Martin E. K. NELSON & CO. HAVE -"-,-/--

I the Post Office Drug I in- is again in Ocala interesting par OPENED UP A LINE OF '
Oysters served by the best> cook In I Masters'i .'"
ties in culture.
I pecan
the city at Dame's. I from E. S.attending Upham returned a ] Up= to=Date .Millinery /

Now Lounges just received by convention at DeLand. a
We are now serving oysters at the In A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store, near the Post Office. We propose .
A. Pittman & Son. I will
Montezuma Exchange in all styles to furnish the ladies of Ocala and Marion county with =
The Montezuma
re and at all hours. The best cook em- t
W. I.. Smith and family of Stanton lunches or full meals.
I' ployed.] Remember us .when you Everything in the Millinery Line
were In Ocala ttid.ty.Fruitsail the cheapest.
want the delicious bivalves. At the most reasonable prices consistent with a legitimate profit. t

Strauss & Co. We have an expert trimmer, and also an up to date dressmaker,
seasonable fruits, fresh Laxative Chocolates i of '
and will guarantee to give satisfaction ,to all who favor us with
and fine, at flume's.r Constipation and .
I The waste pipes to the city hall their patronage.
Pleasant to take.
need repairing ,badly. As it Is now,
Sweet orange,, choice bananas, at Guaranteed by MRS. E. K. NELSON Manager.
I the water from the roofs, when it ,
the Hole in the Wall.Apple store. ,
t: rains, sinks into the ground along the --
I walls, and will certainly, ] in time affect -
Butter in bulk, fresh and Jellies and preserves, I the foundation of the building.The J. STARR STERNBERG-ER'

fine, at S. R. Pyles'. bulk] at S. R. Pyles'.
-' : city council should see to this. 17/2 South Main Street

The county commissioners held a Fine box candy, half I
WANTED TO EXCHANGE Real Estate and Collections
night session Ionday.Don't packages. It's Schrafft's '
good cow, three months from calv-
is none better. At I .
I ing, for a good fresh milk cow. Will
forget the Montezuma. It 13 I Houses; For
!I pay the difference. Apply to J. C. ;
setting a splendid table.A The following are
i rent French, Spring Park, Fla. d3t wl 30 '
I I ;
alf] at the Ocala House -- Sale Lease Rent Exchange.

nice line of fresh cakes and B. R. Hinson and wife, I'I ,
Dit Means Life I
Healthy Kidneys Long
crackers at S. R. Pyles'. wife, Albion; W. N. ;

J. R. Williams, Alachua; ] \ dtf f, If you want to restore your kidneys I Rents Collected. Lots for Sale..

Capt. Daniel Waters of Dunnellon]) den, Jacksonville; W. to their former healthy state take *. ,",

was in the city yesterday. Philadelphia; W. P. I Smith Sure Kidney Cure-,50 cents at Entire charge of Property handled on honor. //";.

i N. J.; J. W. Stanley, 11 I Anii-Monopoly Drugstore.
: with W/2 S. Main Street Next to Teapot Grocery .
Oysters at Dame's, all styles, prepared I I I

by a skilled cook. I KODOL I ll e Oysters served in all styles, and

Digests all classes of i i you can always find them at Dame's.Col. .

The solicitors for the race track and strengthens the ] to
re The STORY of STOVELike
have booked $2300;; so far. gestive; organs. Cures )I & Thrasher, a prominent Gaines-

Indigestion, Stomach I vile attorney, came in this after,
Cigars and tobacco-best gradcs- the Iron King is Interesting to every woman.
makes rich, red blood, j I noon.Hancock's.
at the Hole in the Wall. strength. Kodol Ii i j The Iron King is a stove with a reputation. For years It bas been

j and known far and wide as the most scientifically, constructed stove In use
purifies, Liquid sulphur: cure
German Sauer Kraut at P. B. I j best It is an incomparable cook stove-an absolutely faultless baker.
sweetens the stomach. skin troubles of every nature. No
Dukes stall, City Market. I. your Every Iron King cook stove has the Iron King bridge flue. This flue
Atkinson, of W. Va., home should be without it. Ask your
I is allows all the oven plates to heat evenly. Every housewife understandsthe
used a number of druggists for a book on Liquid Sul
W. E. Veal of Early Bird was a business e. importance of this feature. ,.
and have found it to be l-hur. By Anti-Monopoly Drug Co.
visitor in town today. No one has ever bought an Iron King and been dissatisfied. No one: ,
r tive and, indeed, a be. 7. f. .
for stomach ailments. I st JOE TIED THE KNOT can
The place to go for seed for fall it to my friends." i Use Come in and examine the stove itself and find but exactly why this '
planting is Tydings & Co.'s. is ,
Drugstore. J. A. Munden, who is a notary pub so. .f ,' .

it.A lic, and General Bullock's able assis-
Fresh, crisp, house grown vegetables ..
Beautiful parlor lamps I tant in the county judge's office, .- -
at the Hole in. the Wall.
ber sets at Mclver & I married his first couple Saturday.

; Willie Green and Rosa
I They were
City Marshal Henry Gordon of Dun- H
Lee Wise. Mr. Munden married them
nellon was in the city today.
I Flp Tailoring hard and fast and required the groomto

salute] the
Go round and see J. A. Pittman &

Son when you want Finniture. byI !

The Atlantic Coast Line conductors! SKilled 1z
Many soldiers] in .tb{ L.. last war
have all received their new uniforms. ... ...,
wrote to say that for Scratches,
i Bruises, Cuts, Wounds, Corns, Sore
Violet Talcum Powder, Colgate'sor ..
Feet and Stiff Joints, Bucklen's Arnica -
French's, at the Anti-Monopoly, I
Drugstore. 8 I Salve is the best in the world.(

r Same for Burns, Scalds Boils, UI-
I have a very complete I I Icers, Skin Eruptions and Piles. It
Mrs. C. N. Schlemmer, of Lake City, Samples, also a big I r
cures or no Only 25c. at AntiMonopoly
came in today, to the great delight of Goods for Suits and I! pay. l f
I Drugstore. J
her husband. and see my samples I n.

measure taken.
Our Celery Phosphate pleases: nIl (J .
II. T. McIntyre St. Paul, Minn., the business should ,
who drink it. The Postoffice Drufre.
who has ]been troubled with a disor-
Respectfully, store.
dered stomach, says. "Chamberlain's -

Stomach and Liver Tablets do me Jetty OAS i'ORI4L.: ,
more good than: anything I have ever
I Kind You Have Always BoughtI
Bears the
Merchant DEALERS IN ..
taken. For sale] by Anti-Monopoly '
19fgnuo dt.B 11 ,,p.. V
Drugstore.. One Door North of I .i. GENERAL HARDWARE, SASH, OORS, BLINDS, SCREENS, Etc."?

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ADDITIONAL"LOCAL D N11'S itheuniatBactaeh Colored Folks' Cofoznar*

I I D tiny .

Rev. J. C. Porter made his first G ra4
I Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor
a v sjt. to the office this morning from Ii i BACKACHE ,',
.s his home. He could
only remain a
An Bladder and
few moments and returned home to i Urinary Diseases CURE Rev. P. R. Anderson is in the"city:[ .:,,

rest. He is gaining slowly but surely ta.b1k.S1.ntiMonopoly a guest of his daughter, Mrs. Befia

and in time all Williams. *
we hope he will be A Drugstore, Ocala, Fla
himself again, after his long and trying *"Old Hoss Sale-Three carloadsof

.. I illness. 1 odds and ends of all descriptions

I will be on sale at the S. A. L. depot _
John B. Floyd, of Irvine, was in ANCIENT I at public auction December 18. Let

"TTze Perfect town today "touching flesh" with his 1 everybody go and purchase.
host of Ocala friends. He is all TORTURE Mrs. Ike Tompkins is decidedly better -

smiles and as happy as a big sun- today. _

f PURE, PALATABLE, POPULAR P'\ flower. He saw the state fair and FOR RENT OR SALE-The Toby -

f y -j glories in 1Iarion.striumph.. If you How it has Been Revivedin Moore house lately vacated by

L i want to know how John B. Floyd Rev. Scott. Ten
room. Just re-
I :.._ Millions Are Eating MALT Aa VITA 'The Perfect Food" ti t whooped up Marion for the grand Modern Times.An paired. J. Starr Sternberger next to

r "" p, prize, call on Ed Wartmann for de- Tydings' Drugstore.
tails. ancient method of poisoning
; criminals was to force them to swat Mr. J. S. LaRoche has been appointed

low quantities of bull's blood. Bull's as mail carrier No. 3. We"Wish '
.' Removes the Cause of Hon. A. P. Baskin, of Anthony, bdon't is really rio poison at all. Yet him success in this new department
want to be called nonprogressive the prisoner usually died in agony
I but says it is not more emigrants caused by the coagulation or hardening If you need a nurse, apply to Mr. T.
{ of the bull's blood in the stom- J. Miller Ocala
) and Insomnia ,
/ we want with the Florida Indian ach. The pressure of this solid'mass

war claim fund now in the state on the vital organs: almost always re Mrs. M.. S. Ruth, in the Mitchell

-"iQ treasury, but more hard roads here suited; fatally.That's block, preparing for the Christmas

>. Malta-Vita is the vital, the life-giving food; the and all through the state. They will I like indigestion. If your holidays. Call and see her.
of brain and ford doesn't digest it remains in a
invigorator body. I
bring the newcomers all right. hard lump in the stomach. Gases Enterprising Tailors
.Malta-Vita is rich in phosphates, or brain food I
form which crowd other
or ang. Many The enterprising firm
of colored
Malta-Vita is the original and only perfectly cases of supposed heart disease
I I Bradford Webb, of the Kendrick are
.", cooked thoroughly malted, flaked and toasted Standard Lime Co., was in town this I due to indigestion.This / tailors, J. A. Colyer & Bro., have received -
# t% whole wheat food. trouble is removed by the use a splendid lot of patterns for
morning and to an inquiry as to how of !such! a preparation as Kodol Dyspepsia suits or single garments and samples
Malta-Vita contains all of the of the
gluten the lime business was, said they were Cure, R-dic gives; the stomach from which
whole wheat and is the of all to select a fall suit
I peer prepared running to their full capacity and had perfect rest by digesting what you eat
a bone and muscle builder. without the stomach's aid. The food and they have also received a triangle -
i all the orders could
they fill. builds up the body. The rest;restore s or three sided mirror, in which

Perfect Health is Sustained the stomach to health. You don't those having a suit made at the establishment -
The state good roads associationsays have to diet.
M by a Perfect Food r build good -roads and all other -During the last few years ray stomach can see its perfect fit.
.' I I was in such condition that 1couldu.t Rev. S. A. Williams left for Jack
1 I good things will follow, so let the surplus I
Malta-Vitt, "the perfect food," eaten for I retain the food I ate"writes sonville today. .
? money in the state treasury go I Henry Williams of Boouville, Mo."Two .
breakfast and supper, Insures perfect digestion t* )j Il Miv Robert J. Wilson informs the
to this work I months: ago I commenced taking ..
,,, 44 and removes all causes of Insomnia,and ,,, r Kodol I- Spells a C'ure. A few bottles public generally that his barbershop

fit f dyspepsia. 90< $ of the ills of life are due to I I have cured me eni in*ly I can now eat is open daily. Shave, 10c.; hair cutting
Mr. C. C. Stevens, of Berlin, paid "
pt:m powr digestion. Perfect health sound restful ro I and enjoy anything want. 25c.
; shampooing, 25c. Razors
his financial
respects to the StarMonday
= tam sleep, clear: complexionbright eyes,clean,white ao and said he had made a good: Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I kept in good order and-perfect_satisfaction

teeth, sweet breath, are the blessings that follow Cures all Stomach Troubles. given. Magnolia street, near
His labors
-E: : :::_. a regular diet of Malta-Vita. 12i crop season. returned !I Prepared!only by E.C Ur it'rrr&e').,Cb1r.,o. S. A L. depote. .
Beware of Imitations. Insist on getting Malta- him 400 bundles of excellent oats, The 41 Louie_ contains 2/t!1 UaustLe 51),-. s1z l '
300 bushels of corn, eight barrels of I Mr. Sam James, the efficient S. A.
Vita "the perfect food. Requires no cooking
-always{ ready to eat. syrup, several hundred bushels of !ONE KITE Cough Core L. switchman, is very sick.

sweet potatoes, and his good wife has !I Ii i: Cures quickly. Tha.t'awha.tlt's ml.detor: A splendid hive of bees for sale

Malta-Vita is so prepared as to be easily digested and assimilated: by old and young, sick or well. Large raised and sold over $50 worth of very reasonable by T. W. Moffett

packages at 15 cents at your grocers. I chickens} with plenty-for kome use. I Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Ocala, Fla. Box 740, Ocala Fla. <.,4 t

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There will be a red hot council lj i recipient of a surprise Friday night.
M'altlVita I VELVET
Pure Food Co. meeting tonight. The municipal bat I Il I Among the many can be mentioned

tie of next Tuesday will be fought i in l i RUBBER HEELS I Brothers II. L. Reece, Alonzo Brown, t

Battle Creek Michigan Toronto, Canada that session. If you want to see fun, I and James Booker, and Sisters Laura
be there. I Enable the wearer who may bo
Curry, Anna Daniels, Mary A. Green.
I I standing the greater part of each I Rachel Gill, Eliza Smith, Polly Mid.
I! day, to home at night
FOILS A DEADLY ATTACK j go without dleton and Mary Morris. Come again
that tired and d '
; gged-out feeling
"My wife wa so ill that' good physicians I *The Magnolia Restaurant
winch is otherwise corner
were unable to help her,'" i i customary. of Magnolia and
MOIVER AND I Market streets, is
MACKAYLeading writes Is!. M. Austin, of Winchester, I They are noiseless, and therefore open at all hours and can furnish

Ind., abut was completely cured by: :, recommend themselves for use In all I meals and lunches at reasonable

I Dr. King's New Life Pills." They: '!' places where the noise of walking i is I' rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ruth,
Furniture Dealers of Central and ; ob1'ec tiouable. j
I I work wonders in stomach and liver Managers. _

I troubles. Cure constipation, sick |: NEEDED EVERYWHERE I
I i Mrs. Minnie Williams, of Jackson
I headache. 25c. at Anti Monopoly \ Ladies find them
Southefl1 Florida. a great
"'? > < -- I i villa who has been to Santos attending -
Drugstore; boon. Nurses should
wear them
the funeral of her sister, returned
... I in all cases. Waiters in hoI home today almost heartbroken We
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS tels and restaurants
I I j sympathize with her. '
need them.
The tax books are now open for} *
1 I L. Green, the tonsorial artist of
TO BE IMAGINED IN THE FURNITURE LINE. the receipt of state and county taxes 1! DoctorsLawyers, Professional
Broadway, informs the
t I public that he
for 1902. Books close April 1, 1999l ) l.rand Business Men, School Teachers, i
OUR STOCK IS NEW, UP-TO-DATE, ATTRACTIVE, ; is still ready to cut hair, shave,
J:. P. Thtgard, I j i and others whose business confines
sharpen razors, shampoo, etc. For
AND, IN QUALITY THE VERY BEST. WE ALSO 11 7 Tax Collector. them in places where the din and
I rates call and see him two doors be- I
HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF TURPENTINE WAG 'I confusion I from constant tramping Is low Benus' Bakery.
WHAT'S IN A NAME? annoying, will recommend them.
ONS, FARM WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, I i Please get your Items In to the editor
Everything is in the name when I itj I For Sale By
I I before 12 o'clock, or.they will be
SADDLES DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS, BABY I comes to Witch" Hazel Salve. E. C.I! || D. W. GOODV/IN, left out till next day.

DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, discov- I
CARRIAGES, GO-CARTS, ETC. IN FACT, WE HAVE i 'j I Practical Boot and Shoe Maker, Why are so many of our young men
j ered. some years ago, how to make 29 Fort King Avenue, Ocala Fla.
j in Ocala idle? Is work scarce? Who
a salve from Witch Hazel that is ali
-25-1m.i .
; feeds and clothes them? Will they
specific for Piles. For Blind, bleeding i- !
.I make good husbands? What good are
itching and protruding Piles, ecI '- .
I A CARD j they to the community?
i! zema. cuts, burns, bruises and all l :
M I I Go to Rev. S. S. Bellamy, the Jew-
: skin diseases DeWitt's Salve has '
I i no |! Whereas by force of circumstances, j I ery notions, etc. Watch and clock
.E.T.OUALITY PRICES equal. This has given rise to numerous J Jrepairing
LOWEST I worthless counterfeits. Ask, !! I have been compelled to change my [I a specialty. Satisfaction

I for DeWitt's-the genuine. AntiMonopoly j!j i line of work I therefore take this I guaranteed. tf 8 22

Drugstore. method of thanking my friends for i Soup every day at Ike Tompklns'

I I past favors, while I solicit a liberal restaurant. Special orders for sick

: L: I .'1. 9 .!'. () ..'. 2 '! share of their patronage in the future i people.
at my present vocation. Full supply of fresh country eggs,

Respectfully, William Giles, chickens and turkeys at W. O. Par-
Clothes cleaned, dyed, pressed and
J I Manager Broadway Furniture and I! ker's restaurant. '.
The repaired. Work neatly done. Also
OCALA BAZAR ladies' skirts cleaned. I Upholstering Co., next door to *LE.. Tompkins, ash and oysters,
William Bonus'
Come and give me a trial. i I j i J Bakery. stall No. 10, city market, and restaurant -

I -- 49 South Magnolia street,
il William Gordon, Prop. I| -r

13 South Orange. 11.27OYSTERS '!!! phone 67.Don't.
A Noah's Ark. aL.ALEXANDEBPractical
Regular forget that Mrs. Melissa

I Mack still runs the Mack House on

We* ate- receiving tie balance of our Toys and Holiday Goods You will find an oyster opener ofj: I i i CARPENTER AND BUILDER Broadway can ,be where obtained the very at reasonable best lodging -

ten years' experience at W. L. Jones'ii

this week. Otir Special Sales begin December \ I stalls, G and 8, City Market. Qua:>J i j. Careful estimates made on all con rates.The Miona House is still open

!,. anteed clear and first class in every :: tract work. Gives more and better
and continue until January J 1903. I and comfortable lodging can be had
The famous Sol work for the than
respect. Aytch, oyster 5- money any other j j at very reasonable rates.

opener. Fresh oysters every day.! man in town. jf Lost Friday mornln ket-

I {, Prices, 30 cents a quart; 15 cents I .
aj book
with a silver Jjjrf a et and postrrp
We are making special Sunday School Teachers .
pint. Free delivery. i
(| J J. A, COIYER & BROTHEif T frPTi oil ? flOsSk belonging to

Miss Susie ytchT '
prices to Xmas Tree Cornwishing to buy presents I, If You Suffer From Kidney Troubles i J V. please rynrn same to editor of this

Use Smith's Sure Kidney Cur e.l SUITS FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP .pluroBr 3t

mittees, Sunday School for their Sunday School Nothing like it for diseased kidneys. ,I

50 cents at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
I Material Unequaled for the Priced A COLD WAVE

Committees and Public classes, will. find something A GOAD OPPORTUNITYMeans The forecast of sudden changes in
the weather serves notice that
I fc a success in business an hoarse voice and a heavy cough may _

[* Schbor Committecs on appropriate and will ,I j means a success in life, and it all i NEATLY DONE I invade the sanctity of health in your

teaches us to know a good thing I own home. Cautious people have a

Holiday Goods. get special prices. when we see it. Have your clothing Fall Samples in Great Variety for bottle 61 One Minute Cough Cure always

cleaned and pressed in first class Inspection at hand. E. II. Wise, Madison! ,

style at a reasonable price. If'you "' I I I Ca., writes: "I am Indebted toT One

bought a spring or a summer suit, Minute Cough Cure for
my present
all Schools Schools and Churches
Special prices to Sunday i I BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEYIN
I I why not have us to dye it and make I good health, and probably my life."

for Christmas Tree. Supplies and 1 i it a first class winter suit? as we use TOWN It cures Coughs, Colds, LaO rippe,

i the best dyes and sele dyes in the Bronchitis, Pneumonia and all
| Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike
Holiday Goods. Southern States. Dye in all shades i, Throat and Lung troubles. One Minute

as you can get anywhere else in the Cough Cure cots the phlegm,

IF YOU WISH TO SEE A HAPPY CROWD, LOOK IN OUR STORE. i world. New York Steam Dye Works, | NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET -draws out the inflammation, heals

!163 South Main street, Ocala, Fl a. !Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the and soothes the mucous membranesand <

F. P. CADSON !i I Xext door to the Ocala Steam Laun-j Cotton BuyerP. strengthens the' longs. AntiMonopoly

Superintendent.I I, dry. 0,- BOX 134 Drugstore. ......


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FOUND DEAD IN BEDSunday 'I INCREASED MAIL DELIVERYThe I "t\ .!- i. :-- ';'::- -': ;'" '_.!.-" : : _" -.' .

mrning Mr. A. L. Esty, of I lazy liveri Ocala Postoffiee has now inaugurated -' 1 .' '

and COMPANY Dandier, was fopjid! dead in bed. the carrier service with car- \
Proprietors and Publishers.C. 'Heart failure waif tie cause. He was "I have bet rr troubled a great deal i tiers Xos. 1, 2 and 3. Mails are delivered '
I with a torpid liver, wbuh pi educes cone ti patfon. ,
one of the tally t< ttlers of Candler j! I found CAbCAKUf to be all you claim I 1 by carriers :Xos.: 1 and 2 at 7 !j
for them ana secured such (.:lilt tho lint trial, j i
L. BITTINGER, and was held In hi? n esteem by those I that I purchiiied another si.pplj and was coms. m. and at 3:30 p. m. Collections )

Editor and Business Manager.R. who know his excel 'Ilt halts of Char-I' plctelr cured rjtscareu I shall bcnevpr culy be the too opportunity piad to recommend I' are made from all the street letterboxes I I

acter. / Is presented J. JL SMITH I at 10 a. m. and at 6 p. m. '
I 29JO: Susquehanca A ft!., Philadelphia Pa.
R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. I Deceased was a widower and left I I Carrier Xo.: :3 will work in the section infants and Children.

'daughter, Mrs. Joe Carson to mourn CANDY bounded by North Sixth street, -.- --

OUR, CITY -SCRIPAs b death. I \\J> CATHARTIC I South Fourth street, Watula street I Cast tfJrja. is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Parer

I I and Orange. street. In this section gone, Prop and Soothing- Syrups It is l.l .asnnt. It (
/ I contains neither Opium, Morpliino other Narcotic
RESIGNED I i four deliveries will be made daily-at I
a matter of news and interest to I j tlh'ttncc.! It dcstrH.sVorJUS and allays Feverishness. t':
I 7:30: a. m., 12 m., at 1:43: ; m. and It DiarrlHca!
our taxpayers, the Star will state that r- TRADI MARK RE6ISTSRiD ; p. 'I' cures and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth-

the city as a municipality: is as far as Ben Freyermuth, who for several i \, :3:30; : p. iii.Collections. lug Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the r'

ever from a cash basis. On July 1, years has seryc-d the county so faith f:: I : are made from all the The Stomach antiCJIUtlrclt'Bowels, gin healthy and natural sleep. '
$ Panacea-The 3IotherFricutl.The \ .
fully as superintendent of its poor I j street fetter and paper boxes in Sec-
1901, there was outstanding scrip tc Pleasant I'.ilatal-lc." I'otcni Taste Good Do ;
the amount of $17,116.66. July if farm, has resigned, to take immediate Good. Never'kken. Werkene or Gire.Ioe. 25c.JOc. tion Xo. 3 at 10 a. m., 12:30::! :; p. m., Kind You Have Always Bought
effect, and Clarence Priest, of Antho- i:43: : p. m. and S p. m. Time cards
1 1902, it had increased to $22,785.89. Glrrllof tined, I'Mip..r,Ctilcif!! ,Mumlrral New''.d.. %>3:I
Bears the
Since then the Issues have been: njThas been selected In his place. -- -- for collections will be placed on each Signature ofIn
8old and '
TO SAC narauped by all drug-
n. Jlststo (:U 1C K Tobacco Habit. street letter box.
July, $3504.79 August 1323.86 Sep
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tember, $1333.34; October, |9U3. 5; 6
Z k 'l are dispatched as promptly and
November, 3006.83. Cancellation for
E h Molor Barber College, New Orleans -
the months mentioned: July, $301.40; i I 'v?y +7 La., wants men to learn barber I have same advantage as if mailed at

]391.52 1046. ti1w FOjtoffice. II. C. Groves, P. M.
August, $ September ry .. trade. Steady practice, expert

(04; October, $l1S'.H. Mak ng the i issues i iV instructions, tools presented, wages Use For Over 30 Years.

since July J, 1902, !including Saturdays, board provided. Beauti- Jacksonville shipped 12,000,000 feet THt CCNTUP COMPINT. T7 MOPPIY 'T IT. NtMTOPK CIT1' .
of lumber in Xovember. :-.": _-- -: -- : _:' ---
November, $10,168.47, while the can fully illustrated catalogue and particulars t; --- -
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collations from July to November 1, mailed free. ------

were $5832.49. At this rate of Issuance A MILLION VOICES I

and cancellation the end of the< Nervous Coughing Spell Caused Death (Could hardly express the thanks, of I i J. Au PITTMAN & SON

fiscal year, June 30, 1904! will see inconsiderably Homer Hall, of West Point, la. Listen

more in dent than June Prostration ,I "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years, vhy: A severe cold had settledon y

30, 1902. choked to death early yesterday his lungs causing a most obstinate -

The Star was under the Impression Cured! &y 'BR. i' morning at his home, in the presenceI : cough. Several physicians said I FURNITURENew

that the city authorities, in making I of his wife and child.} He contracteda ) he had consumption, but could not

their statement June 30, 1902, woulj I i slight cold a few days ago and paidbut help him. When all thought he was

take steps to pat the city at least on PILRCCS .l link- attention to It. Yesterday doomed he began to use Dr. King's and Second-Hand

the basis of living within its income, morning: he was seized l with a fit of jew Discovery for Consumption and .

if nothing more. As it is now thereis writes: "It completely cured me
Ill couching which continued for We
; sore 11.. \ have new goods and prices thatWA
no market for our scrip unle at GOEDN I time. His wife sent for a physician, and saved my life. I now weigh 227 \\ 'I can't be duplicated in the state.

a big discount in trade, making those Iks.: It's' positively guaranteed for
but before he could arrive, another i I -' .
who receive it lose a big per cent. and 'I Coughing spell came on anj Duckwell I Coughs, Colds and Lung troubles. I II ,,\\' .. ':'<4\ ?/1" ',!I/1. When: in town call on us and we will.

because of depreciation of city scrip, I I I I died from suffocation.; "-St. Louis I Price &O t.,. and $1. Trial bottles free I ..... .< a ,_? convince: you that we are t the people

making the city pay, much more for IEDIClil I, Globe-Democrat, Dec. 1, 1901.!) Bal- Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore. I & .__ ::,>1 JGHRT U l r'fI G .._ from whom to buy -

Its supplies, basting the taxpayer 1 .
lard's Hoivhoiind Syrup would havesaved ."
both ways.THE It atI Orange county will hold a' wet and I! : -- =-44'" ::. ,/ FURNIT.URESTOVES, ETC.Remember .
him. 25c., 50c. and $1 at AntiMonopoly :1.: : \ tj. r *
piscovun, I I dry election Wednesday. The tem-
Drugstore. :; the place] -old l Bazar
HARD ROAD MACHINERYThe perance ladies are taking a lively ;%I.-WQ/\
I I hand in the contest. __ Store, corner Port Khfc avenue and
machinery for making good "I am an engineer by tragic and the ACCOUNT BOOKS i-<"' f t.f -' Magnolia r street. \

roads which the county hard work and vsorry of running a large 'I I You want new blank books for the I -; : \ : y'V.d/ .
commiSSion-I CHAMBERLAIN'SStomach /1i/J\'ltJ '
ers purchased, has engine brought on nervous prostratisn," f first of the year. We have them, all / n\\\\ J. A. PITTMAN & SON.
writes Mr. Chas. F. Dixon, of Arbuckle, and Liver Tablets WI/lj\\\ .
and the remainder Is expected in several \
C olusa Co., Calif.n A friend recom- sizes single l and double entry ledgers -

weeks, when Mr. Scott, of Charlotte mended Dr. Tierce's Golden MedicalDiscovery 100 to 1000 pages, cash books Try them _._- '"
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N. C., who sold It to the board, to me and I bought owe bottle day books journals time books, invoice When you fe il dull after eating. I

will be here to install it, test it and ; thought that it helped me so continued books When ron have no appetite.
records time books
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the use of it until I had taken six
"turn It over to the county, If all Is sat- bottles. I feel better than ever in my etc. All grades and piices. I i When you have a bad taste in the 'I' Mrs. Fred V nr th

sfactory. life. Am not a particle nervous, can I 1 Ocah News Co. mouth. ,
work hard all day and sleep sound at I I When your liver is torpid No. 228 Territorial Street Benton Harbor, Mich.
I not think but I know -
night. only so \VIU'l1.
Grand Master Otto of Key West, your bowels are constipated.
that the Golden Medical Discovery' Terkeeween Oil Liniment, the best
I head of the Odd Fellows order in this When you have a headache. i "I am pleased to give my hers, as arcibeirambitions,
cured and therefore I will t
me recommend liniment; will not blister by rubbing.
experience with Wine of triumphs and defeats.
arrived I the this after- it others." When feel
state, in city I to Try it for all pains and aches and forred jou bmons.'I'I Cardui as I am very grateful Healthy women do not suffer -
from Gainesville and met Dr. Plerce'a Pleasant Pellet regulate the They will -
noon was bowels and stimulate the sluggish liver. bugs and mosquito bites. Tydings I II for its help. After my first miscarriage nor does
by Secretary H. C. Jones and Deputy I & Co. cleanse and: invigorate your stomach baby was born I could not a woman who is.healthy

Grand Master T.'J. Owens, who toOA I I II and regulate your liver and bowels ': seem to regain my strength, /' !suffer; tortures at childbirth.
ONION PLANTSFor although the doctor me !It is the woman who is ailing
I gave
Mr. Otto( around and introduced him For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug- ) atonic which he considered .' -why has female weakness -
to the Ocala members of the order. sale at CC South Third street, stwrc. I very superior, but i ias'ead of -who fears the ordeal

Ocala. Iwdl2-l I. Stevens. Desires to notify her patrons that II I getting better I grew weakerevery of becoming mother. Wine

HE FOUND A CURER. the books for which she took sub-/ DR. ROBB DEAD day. My husband of Cardui builds up the womanly

I W. H. Wilson who hired a horse slnplions will be here the first of I I came home one evening with .'1".Fred pnra!!. in a woman. It stops
H. Foster 218 S. 2d street, Salt i some Wn; cf Cardui and in- all unnatural drains and
. and buggy of S. A. & Co. to next week when the same will be de- '
Lake City writes: "I have been 'I Standley I Dr. R. L. Robb, a homeopathic phyj j sited that 1 take it t lor a. week ana see strains-irregu arities wich are re-

bothered, with dyspepsia or indigestion Inspect timber lands, left them at I livered. dwltll-2S sician of Gainesville, died in Jackson-'j what it would do for me. As he seemed ponsible for barrenness and miscarriage.
Hollister. Sheriff Nugent went to I to have so much faith in it I did take the )It makes a woman strong and
for 21 years, save tried many !I. vibe Saturday, whither he had gone I II imediine and was very grateful to find healthy and able to pass through preg-
Green Cove Springs yesterday and is STOP PAYING RENT I I I to be treated by Dr. Stout for dysen-1!
doctors without relief, but I have : my strength slowly Kturning. In two nancy and childbirth with little suffer
found a cure in Herbine. I recommend expected back this afternoon with the Own Your Own Property !!I tery, which trouble! he contracted inI I weeks I was out of bed and in a month ing. After tho ordeal is passed the
prisoner. !I i was able! to take"up my usual duties. Iam Wine prepares a woman for a speedy
| attending the national convention of ,
it to all friends who afflicted The
my are Fidelity Buyers' Company j i very enthusmtic: in its praise." recovery to health and activity.

that way and it is .curing CURIE of Chicago, 111., incorporated,p :1'. Odd Fellows at De :Moines: several i: rTIOTHKimOOD: is the noblest duty Wine of Cardni, in re-inforcing the -
them, too. 50c. at Anti-Monopoly with $100,000 capital will furnish'!!I months ago as a delegate. !I I M[ | and highest privilege women organs of generation, has made mothersof

Drugstore. .. Take Laxative Brom' 'Quinine Tab- you the money to buy a home, buildor Dr. Robb! was one of the pioneer j can achieve: or aspire to. Without women who had given up hope of
t settlers of North! Gainesville and a i this privilege women do not ever becoming mothers. Wine of Cardui
lets. All druggists refund the moneyif pay oft your mortgage.I .
get all there is in life-too often they"* will cure almost any case of barrenness
FOR SALE it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature will be at the office of J. E. Bai- boyhood friend in Pennsylvania of ', go through the world discos tented, except cases of organic trouble. How

is on each box. 2-jc. ley every Saturday!! from 9 a. m. until I j j 1 Rev. S. C. Paris of Candler. His remains wrapjx-'il up in their own selfish caresanl can you refuse to take such a remedythat
Near a neat four room
square: 4 p. m. to explain the benefits and receive were brought to Gainesville: for fI |I troubles. How different is tho promises such relief from suffering?
house. Apply to J. Starr Sternberger mother vatchint' her children Wine of Cardui makes
FINE CANDIES applications for contracts for interment. happy { simply you a
next to Teapot Grocery.We I I I'I prv.r into manhoiwl ant womanhood.A strong woman and strong, healthy
Chas. E. Taylor has just receiveda money. A. M. Higgins, Agent. isiothwr livps as many lives n she has women do not suffer. They look forward
Box I, Electra, Fla. dw Imll 11 'j' ATLANTIC COAST LINE I -their and to motherhood with
are receiving the balance of fine line of box and bulk candies. I 'I ,, .I II p t children juys surruws are I joy.

our toys and holiday goods this week Some of them are exceptionally fine i I ---"- -----

and our special sale begins Dec. 1. and all are fresh from the factory. I STOVE WOOD! STOVE WOOD! !j I Schedule in Effect jfovember 30, 1902 ;; OQJ" A million suffering women
I I WTa fCA.RDVI have fonnd relief in
Northoound Lip 1:50 0
: re daily :
As usual we shall lead oar followers. I For Stove Wood, phone' or drop. a, J' p.m. Wine of Cardui.

The Ocala Bazaar, Gadson, Supt. PERFECT SCRAP BOOKSWe I card to the OCALA SPOKE AND 'and: 1:20: a. m. 1 I!

I I Southbound: Leave daily 3:10 p. -
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will have a big line of "Perfect RIM FACTORY. State length

The new CrJnk-Celery Phosphateat Scrap Books" in a few days. The wood desired. m. and 2:25 a. m. i
A .
effective with this schedule trains HU1lTER "
tie Postofflce Drugstore. I II
most complete scrap album in the G 9 o
J I leaving Ocala! 1:50: p. m. and 3:10 p. j .
country. No mucilage or pastf. Call j Bay Rum, in bottles, 25 and 50 i I
DOLLS GALOREOur I for tkem. All prices. I cents for the toilet. At the AntiMonopoly : m. daily carry' through Pullman ji j- .
i I sleeping cars between Chicago and 1 !
The Ocala News Co. I Drugstore.
line of dolls is complete all St. Petersburg via Xashville, Mont- '! GUN AND LOCKSMITH-

kinds and sizes-rag dolls, china Seed oats, Texas rust proof. We ''I Cabbage, lettuce, mustard, radish |goinery, Jacksonville and Ocala with- 1!i REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

dolis, hid and bisque dolls, imported i are headquarters. S. R. Pyles. and all other fall'garden seeds at Ty- out change. j a

hand made, ball jointed dolls, dol! I I dings & Co.'s. Trains leaving 1:20: a. m. northbound i! Umbrelias Repaired. Saws Filed and Put in Good Working Order

heads, etc. Call and see them, *rom Oysters served In all styles and tall and .':25 a. m. southbound dai-j Box 374, Opposite City Market. OCALA FLORIDA.JWORMS .
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Ic. to $10 each. Ocala News Co. hours at the Montezuma Restaui I carry: sleeping car between Jackiscnvillo !! r u_ _._ ._ ___ ____. -___ __ __--___.._""_... _. __ _.. __ -_____
I and St. Petersburg via o .11a.1}
rant. Professional Cards i -J'V"A.
i I I Local trains for the west coast j
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leave Ocala 7 a. m.. 11:13: : a. m. and
g '
Immediately relieves hoarse, croupycough FOR RENT-An eight? room house I I r F !1
R. D. FULLER I 3-05: : p. m. and arrive Ocala from !i x a l9
oppressed, rattling, raspingand nicely furnished. Apply to Mrs. A. iz .
west coast points at 10:30 a. m.. i 1lM.....hMr+.AMN' Itifr.I ItiI V M/V4 vVr sh ..lJll-rhlJ NJ MM
difficult breathing. Henry C. B. Frink, Ocala, Fla., care "Box 891. : I ,
Stearns, Druggist, Shullsburg. Wisconsin + DENTIST I 1:40 p. m. and 5:50: p. m. J I Fcr f".... Yja! 529 ". ;: 5 ".,.-i"lr.,4_"!;._...... .....,...,,,.,<....-.._.......3 J, i C.UMJ. .
S. P. Collier, D. P. A., Tampa, Fla. .: Z.< )TJ.X :o..:.. .I.X: T. :;:J )" C2"2':3.: : : I
writes, May 20, 1901 : "I have: Watch for our Xmas and holiday Office Over Munroe and Chambliss' I .....s.. .:.c..'......,. +"'...._._ __- ., .-. :. -,. t. .. '.M/sifatyr: '" I'r(. ,,"IJI.. S r
been selling Ba Hard's Horehound I announcement of fancy goods. The Bank .b. : 7'r' ./Z,,- 'aV J.

I Syrup for two years, and have never Ocala Bazaar: Ga ion, Supt. OCALA FLORIDA NOTICE OF APPLICATION : For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores.Dimnelfoa .
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bad a preparation that has given bet- For Tax Deed Under Section 8 cf oM-._.._ -' -- ---
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ter satisfaction. I notice that when FURNISHED ROOMS i I Chapter 4883, Laws of Florida !
I sell a bottle they come back for I Two pleasant, well furnished rooms I I| Notice is hereby: given that Edna : Property !t
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more. I can honestly recommend it." with fire places and closets. :No.: 12: i I.iDENTALSURoEONiH 1 ,,| Sandifer, purchaser of Tax Certificate IKo. j 3I I Xo dairy In the state has the per

25c., 50c. and $1 at Antl Monopoly I' North Watula street, next door} to ) t j i i 161, dated the 2nd day of June, For Sale or Rent! fected arrangements and equipmentsto

Drugstore. Weese House. Mrs. D. E. Peacock. I i Office Upstairs Commercial Bank !I|ID. 1SSJ, has filed said certificate A.I give rOll clean, pure milk as has

t j I I Building 1',! m}' office and has made application I My saloon building, opposite depot, I Tyltjr. When lOll drink It you know

FIREWORKS FAVORITE FAMILY REMEDY I OCALA !I for tax deed to issue in accordance fr i j for. rent December 1st. For terms i: you are imbibing the cleanest... aDd

We are headquarters for firev.orkv.Pleity I FLORIDA |r! with law. Said certificate embraces I address Mrs. E. V. Tompkins, Ocala, 1 best to be had.

of all kinds and the prices are i Frequently accidents occur In the TERMS CASH 'i! the Tolowing described property sitnated Via Lock Box 821. dwtfJl-13

all right, wholesale: and retail. Walking j household which cause burns, cuts. I ;: in Marion county, Florida to- I

canes and ammunition, flags dj sprains!" and bruises; for use in such I! W. H. MAREAN M. D.I I-'wit,I : NeVi! ': of neU, ?ec. 20, tp 11, It.l J I TOYS CASTOR

Japanese lanterns. ( cases, Ballard's Snow Liniment has 20. The said land being assessed at;: .: I IJte
HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ANDl'j \ have a fine stock of toys fit all ; For Infants and Children.
The Ocala News Co. for many years been the constant favorite i SURGEON i, the date of the issuance of such-cerj '.
'kinds. Don't fail to see
family remedy. 23c.; 50c. and 1 I ': tiJkatejfl t the name of William Long tbemVAtlanll The Kind You Have Always( Bought
Special attention given to the treatment I photo albums, 'JasketqtQlT f .
OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP $1 at Anti- ronopol}' Drugstore. Est fjJss said certificate shall be ,
of Chronic Diseases: and Diseases : and cuff boxes, toilet sets, irons 1 Bears theSignature s'
t,.rlceiti& according to law, tax deed
of Women and Children i and many other fancy arMcIo 1-" ofWANTED ,
The Ocala House Barber Shop, locatfd LOST Oil STOLEX-Supposed to i I i will .Lo issued thereto on the 10th day j I
Ocala N- ws Co I
Ocala, Fla.
in the middle (+f the front of the be stolen. On" 44 caliber rifle, Colt's.Wiih I; of January, A. D. 1003. I .: I f.
hotel, offers the beet; service In its i I I magazine off. A suitable reward j! Office over Tydiags Drugstore. Ofj j!; Witness my official signature and j I It 5 YOUNG MEN from
; will ire rfafd for its W.J: flee' hours from S a. m. to 12 m.; '' TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
line of any place in the city. Competent return to ?pal this the 2nd day of December A. i Marian county at once<< to prepare for
and skilled workmen and courteous -i L. Jones, city market. Also must from 2 p. m. to 5 p. Il\* D. Iflt2.! S. T. Si trunk, Take Laxative Brosno Quinine Tab- : positions in the Government Ser

treatment. Geo. F. Williams, I'1! have name of party who sold tke sto- Residence-No. (u.. Xorthd pia' .,,Street, Clerk Circuit Court of Marion: county lets. The signature 'E. W. Groves"on vice. Apply to Interstate Corres.

len 12 1 1 known the Nash Cotta '(#'. /'P... 1 I Florida. -
Proprietor.II property. as i every box. 25c. JD t., Cedar Rapids, Ia. Sep. 27.

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