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The Ocala evening star.

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Title:
The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. ; 61 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556

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Abstract:
The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funding:
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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THE


OCALA


EVENING


STAR


Volume 8, Number 181


OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. JANUARY 12. 1903.


Fifty Cpbts a Month, $5 a Yeaw


THE TERRIFIC TAX


-ALSO-


MOTHERS' OATS,


HECKER'S WHITE OATS'
QUAKER, KORN KRISP
And Other CEREAL GOODS.


SPECIAL ATTRACTION


MARION


OPERA HOUSE


One Night Only


WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14


Bowman's


BIG CITY SHOW


The European Mystifier


PROF. BOWMAN


Presenting a Choice Selection of
Magical Experiments and
THE WONDERFUL BIOGRAPH
Introducing Beautifully Colored Mov-
ing Dissolving Views


MME. BOWMAN


Beautiful Serpentine and Butterfly
Dancer

Laughable Mechanical Talking Fig-
ures

Presents Given Away to Those Hold-
ing the Lucky Number

Popular Prices, 25 and 35 Cents-Re-
served Seats, 50 Cents, Including
Two Numbers or Chances

Nearly $40.000,000 was given to sci-
ence, education and charity during the
year 1902. Rockefeller's gifts alone
amount to $4.050.000 to various col-
leges. And. as we all know, coal oil
has increased in price.

NEW CENTURY COMFORT

Millions are daily finding a world
of comfort in Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
It kills pain frofli Burns. Scalds, Cuts
and Bruises; conquers Ulcers and Fe-
ver Sores; cures Eruptions. Salt
Rheum. Boils and Felons; removes
Corns andi Warts. Best Pile cure on
earth. Only 25 cents. guaranteed. by
the Anti-Monopoly Irugstore.


A MINUTE OR TWO


AND YOUR SHAVE


IS THROUGH


q~ y7, i


Laid on the People, Particularly the
Farmers, by Bad Roads
Editor Times-Union and Citizen:
My wife and I having just completed
a trip from St. Louis here in an auto-
mobile, we can appreciate greatly
your editorial on the "Rich and the
Roads" in your issue of January 2.
We came via Golconda, Ill., Hopkins-
ville, Ky., Nashville, Tracy City and
Chattanooga, Tenn., Rome, Atlanta,
Macon and Valdosta, Ga., Jasper, Lake
City and Gainesville, Fla. Since leav-
ing Macon, Ga., we have seen nothing
but sand trails-in fact, have seen no
roads until within a few miles of this
town. After making the trip, the sur-
prising part of it to me is that we were
able to make this part of it withor.t
assistance. As you say, the people do
not know what an immense drawback
this is to them and the country. The
extra cost of transportation is beyond
computation, and I also believe it is
one reason for the prohibitive freight
rates in this state, it being impossible
to haul goods anywhere except near-
est shipping point. Some idea of the
immense difference in cost is shown
by the machine. Ours is a carriage
made by the St. Louis Motor Carriage
Co., driven by an eight horse power
gasoline engine, and weighs 1500
pounds. On good roads it will run
from twenty-five to thirty miles on one
gallon of gasoline, at a speed of from
eighteen to thirty miles per hour with
two passengers up. On these sand
roads it will not make a speed exceed-
ing eight miles per hour, and we can-
not get over ten miles to the gallon oi
gasoline. Hence you will see that it
takes about three times the fuel to get
one-third the speed, to say nothing of
the extra wear and tear on the ma-
chinery and carriage. Judging from
this, I do not believe I am overestimat-
ing cost (including, of course, driver's
extra time), when I say it costs the
farmers here at least fifteen times as
much to haul their product to market
as it would had they good roads.
Hoping you may soon have more good
roads in the state, I remain
Yours truly, John L. French.
Ocala, Fla., Jan. 9.


A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY

Kodol does for the stomach that
which it is unable to do for itself,
even when but slightly disordered or
overloaded. Kodol supplies the natu-
ral juices of digestion and does the
work of the stomach, relaxing the
nervous tension, while the inflamed
muscles of that organ are allowed to
rest and heal. Kodol digests what
you eat and enables the stomach and
digestive organs to transform all food
into rich, red blood. Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.

Notwithstanding the great need of
all classes, but particularly poor peo-
ple, for coal, and their long rest dur-
ing the strike, most of the anthracite
miners took from .one to two weeks
off during the Christmas holidays.

ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS A BOX
Is the value H. A. Tisdale, Summer-
ton. S. C., places on DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. He says: "I had the
piles for 20 years. I tried many doc-
tors and medicines, but all failed ex-
cept DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It cured me." It is a combination of
the healing properties of Witch Ha-
zel with antiseptics and emollients;
relieves and permanently cures
biind, bleeding. itching and protrud-
ing pileb, sores, cuts, bruises, ecze-
ma. salt rheum and all skin diseases.
Anti-Monopoly Druestn'-


i The contract to build the two new
cruisers. Tennessee and Washingtoh.i.
ha1" been given to the Cramps. They


Somec


Money


Has Been Saved


By those who have attended our Grand

Clearance Sale of Ladies' High Cut

Shoes, but you are not too late yet, as

the following prices will verify:

For Frida v

$3.50 Ladizs' High Cut Shoes,

$2.70


$3 Ladies' High Cut Sh ;es, Dorothy Dodd

$2.45


excepted,


$.2.50 Ladies' High Cut Shoes,

$2.05


Come and prove to yourself that these

are the Bargains they are represented.

It costs you five cents per day to wait.



THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE, CO.


Second door from corner. Opera


The Wonderful Biogralhl at th,' ,:,
era house Wednesday night. Yowi \\wi
.ee more for your money tl;wn in :it;
show that ever camfe to ()chala. l'riv ',-
25. 35 and 50 cents. SeatI: ii td i'.
0. Drugstore.

State Commissioner of Agric.lt re'
McLin. in his annual r'lport. will sh,'iv
that he has collected for fertili : I;taxi
$30,260.;69 during his first tw'.o %cars of
office, against $14,74:.79 for th, t\\wo
years previous. A good record.

The crowned hlieals of every iit*o'i.
The rich men, poor mn All join in paying tribule to
DeWitt's Iittle Early Risers.
H. Williams, San Antonio,. Tex.,
writes: "Little Early Ri.ter Pills
are the best I ever used in my family.
I unhesitatingly recommend them to
everybody. They cure Constipation.
Biliousness, Sick Headache, Torpid
Liver, Jaundice, Malaria and all oth-
er Uver troubles." Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.











- 1I S


Men's


Blue Flannel Pants



HEAVY WEIGHT


Value $4,


A4. -4tl-QR


,I ,[:c. fIock, Ocala,


Florida.


DELINQUENT OFFICIALS


Ti';11 I ;: i a anotherl sensation, in the
i'i,i:: of Stale Auditor Knott, which
.; ,ove.-. (i-,rchari-gs of nearly $8000 by
ll,; :.hc.i- ;i andl other officials of Hills-
!)(,.); county. The board of county
Mi linllA.sil(ers has suggested that the
ofl'dingli officials refund at once. But
tlirsi1 smnei(( deliquents are profuse in
"x'ii.;.es and say they owe the county
no 1 hin-. Now l.et's see what will be
ion:( wiih thni. We predict that
!t.ici -iiort comihigs will meet the same
::e;. \:liion has dealt out to her de-
liniC-nln:, anId defaulters--nothing!

UNCONSCIOUS FROM CROUP


D)'irin, a sudden and terrible at-
tt(-k of crop oiir little girl was un-
onl:s( ioil:.; from strangulation, says A.
L,. Spafford. postmaster, Chester,
Mi.h.. and a dose of One Minute
Cough Cure was administered and re-
p'aied often. It reduced the swelling
and inflammation, cut the mucus and
-hortly the (child was resting easy
anil sp!eelily recovered. It cures
Coug'hs. Colds. LaGrippe, and all
Throat and Lung troubles. One Min-
tite (Coltgh Cure lingers in the throat
an'l hec.-t and enables the lungs to
)ontriil~e pure. health-giving oxygen
()to iie blood. Anti-Monopoly Drug-
store.

.\ man named Feito. supposed to be
a ]In!;>i,.. attempted to assassinate the
I):~1.- I,. Soto)nmayor. giand chamber-
!;iin to , king of Spain. in Madrid,
. Iii 1i v.


Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, LL.D.


',V;!. l.. To -xam;. writes: "Of a morn-
.,v.:i fir' t rising. I often find a
: ,'!, (oii, ol,'ction, of phlegm.
',. i, h jl .' c ii' a cough. and is very
,;,i :, lod<<\ "-; liut a small quan-
. '. ,,' iB:!:.i'.' }Iloithoundl SyruI:
S. ,:;! < iilo'1-,.' .it and t(1l trou-
S ,, *:. I kn'jw of no medicine
i' : l iinal to -it. and it i- so pleas-
.. : . I an; mno.t orl'lially rec-
,:..:.;.:.' :; all Irwrsoiins neeling a
S.. !i. ,, throat or lung troubles."
': 2,_"-".,,.. ,,,'.- .I1 lottlo at Anti-M o-


RAILROADS RAISE WAGES

Atlantic Coast Line and Seaboard Air
Line Give Employee a 10 Per
Cent. Increase
The Atlantic Coast Line has in-
icreased the salaries of all its employee
in the roadway department, including
laborers, its station agents and tele-
graph operators, 10 per cent., becom-
ing effective Jan. 1. This increase is
in keeping with the policy of the sys-
tem in rewarding good service. 'A
similar increase among certain classes
of employes was made by the Sea-
board Air Line some weeks ago.

AN ATTACK OF
PNEUMONIA WARDED OFF

"Somne time ago my daughter
caught a severe cold. She complained
of pains in her chest and had a bad
cough. I gave her Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy according to direc-
tions and in two days she was well
and able to go to school. I have used
this remedy in my family for the past
seven years and have never known it
to fail,' says James Prendergast,
merchant, Annato Bay, Jamaica,
West India Islands. The pains in the
chest indicated an attack of pneumo-
nia, which, in this instance, was un-
doubtedly warded off by Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy. It counteracts
any tendency of a cold toward pneu-
monia. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug-
store.

HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE

Nice house and lot near water
tank. Cood pair of mules, two
horse wagon and harness for sale
cheap for cash. Apply quick to J. J.
Tipton, Ocala, Fla. 1 1 2wdw


ONE OF THESE DAYS

Yo will -have to opam a
bank accoat-that t, I
you are doing as wf ft
mcta-l an the time of r
yoU oppotptunty We wat
new bt lu and popom
to be wo as mMcb to
you as you are to m, A
checking account e a meat
conivenime. No trocUM, to
kep and gtrex you a r
cept fo afnl mrey paid.
MUNROE A&C(AMSSA


Bae


Governor Odell of New York says
he wants Tom Platt, the "easy boss,
re-elected U. 8. senator. It's always
well to want what you have to take.

LIVE ON YOUR OWN LAND

I have some desirable building lots
40 x 116 fronting on Expostion street
Just east of H. A. PausetU* store.
Will sell them cheap on easy p
ments of $1 down and $1 a month us-
til paid. Will give a good title aad
warrantee deed to each lot. This Is
a chance to get a good site for a
home on the main thoroughfare of
the city. Call before the most desire
hle are taken.
Call and see plat a by osce.
J. STARR 8TIRNBBRGK.


Linen
10. 15, 2(


EDWARDS BIGOT


AT THE CITY MARKET


Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchers


WESTERN "N CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON


FREE DELIVERY


TELEPHONE 1B


Commercial Bank


BRANCH OF
COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE


CAPITAL


- $50.000.00


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS


DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS
RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT
AND SOLD


~ide~ and lr


WANTED-HIDES AND FURS


Dry Flint Hides .... .............................. .....12%et e Lb.
G. S. Hides ........ ..................... ...... .. ... ... 7 t
Tallow in Cakes ...... ....................... .... ......% t lb.
Tallow in Barrels ........... ................... ............. .... I b.
Beeswax ...... ... ...................... .... .. .... e*eP 26% et. ft
No. I Otter Skins, large, dark ................................ ....$7 to $
No. 2 Otter Skins, large, dark ....................... .........$6 to $6
No. 1 Coon Skins, large, dark .................. ...... ....6 6 tos e ct.
No. 2 Coon Skins, large, dark ...................... .....356 to 50 ct.
No. 1 Mink Skins. large, dark ............. .... ............ $1 to P$14
Write for full price list of Hides, Furs, etc.


J. W. WATKINS, BRUNSWICK, QA.


References: Your Banks, Dunn's and Bradstreet's Agencie.


rem,
o.


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EVENING STAR THE EPWORTH LEAGUE
Notwithstanding the rainy weather,
SITTINERt and COMPANY the Epworth League of the Methodist i
Prepriet and Publishers. church held its "Epworth League
Day" exerci:.es yesterday morning at
C. L. ITTINCGR, 11 clock. A good sized audience,
idltr and Buinese Manager. considering the bad weather, was on
hand and the exercises were exceed-
R. IR CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. Ingly interesting. Dr. A. L. Izlar pre-
s ided. Mrs. Ella Ervin read a fine pa-
Edltor W. S. Smith, of Altoona, per on the department of worship of
came up from Inverness this afternoon !the League, and Mrs. J. K. Wilson
and reports that Editor J. F. Sher- read another excellent paper on the
wood has purchased the Suwanee charity and help department of the
Democrat at Live Oak and takes League. The literary department of
charge of the office today. The Star the League was outlined in a talk by
Is pleased to know that Editor Sher- J. A. Munden. Mr. Upham, of South
wood is not lost to the state. Lake Weir. had been invited to come
and address the League on young peo-


A few nicely furnished rooms in a
good location. Apply J. Starr Stern-
berger.

We learn from the Gainesville Sun
that Mr. Joseph Belsinger, of Savan-
nah, died ,In that city Thursday of
pneumonia. Mr. Belslnger was a
well known dry goods traveling man,
beiag a successful knight of the road
for a quarter of a century. Some five
year ago he was a partner in I'0e dry
goo4 firm of Rhenauer & Co.. of this
city. He was a pleasant, genial ger.
tlsman, very popular, and his death is
deeply regretted by his host of friends
all over the state.

See Bowman, the eminent magician
and prince of black art, the opera
house, Wednesday night. Prof. Bow
man will give away a number of pres-
ents, such as a sack of flour, hams.
chinaware, glassware and furniture.
Popular prices, 25, 36 and 50 cents.
Seats now on sale at the Postoffice
Drugstore.


Hanlgock's Liquid Sulphur is in-
dorsed and prescribed by many lead-
lag physicians throughout the coun-
try for all blood and skin troubles.
Hundreds of cases of eczema and oth
ir *kdn diseases have been perma
eantly cured by the use of Hancock'.
Ltiuid Sulphur, after all other reme
dies failed. For sale by Anti-Monop-
oly Drug Co.

Jim Nicholas, a Tallahassee negro.
was-uo stuck on the penitentiary that
he stole a cow in order to be sent back
to it.

WANTED-One hundred small
chickens, one hundred rabbits, one
thousand mice. Apply to Dr. Smith,
Superintendent Menagerie, Bostock
Animal Show. 7-2t

Taft's term as governor general of
the'Pillplnes has about expired, and
the people of Luzon are asking that he
be reappointed.

Cut this out and take it to the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore and get a free
sample of Chamberlain's Stomach
and liver Tablets, the best physic.
They also cure disorders of the stom-
ach, biliousness and headache.

A cyclone cut a wide swath through
BerLien and Worth counties, Georgia,
yesterday, doing great damage.

FOR RENT-House on Pine street
near school house, lately vacated by
W. B. McConn. J. Starr Sternber-
ger.
dI


of soap
none in
from 5c.
Co.


was called to
important legal


and perfumes is
the state. We
to $1 per cake.


The North and West are in the grit
of the Ice King, and even Florida feels
the chill of his presence.

Any one wishing to buy, sell. ren'
or lease property in Ocala or vicin-
ity will do well to consult F. W. Dit-
to. Toph's office, Montezuma Block
Ocala, Fla. 10 9 ad'

0William D. Beckett. a prominent
Iawyer of Omaha. was frozen to death
in Saturday night's blizzard.

;- Hannck'a IT.ini m Suinhur nre.


pie's work, as he is a great worker
among the young people, but he was
unable to be present. He, however,
wrote a beautiful letter to the League.
which the leader read, and which was
received by all with much apprecia-
tion. In it he gave some excellent ad
vice and ideas regarding the work of
young people's societies. The presi-
dent of the Ie igue, E. L. Ley, spoke
on the grand %eork and possibilities of
the League. At the close of the ser-
vice one young man applied for mem-
blrship in the League. and the league
will take (1due action in the matter at
its next husineis meeting.

Congressman S. M. Sparkman, of
our district, will please accept t'
thanks of the Star office for a quan:
of good roads information. While Ma-
rion county is thoroughly inoculated
with the good roads spirit and is show-
ig her faith by her works, at the
same time it is well to know what the
rest of the world is doing along these
lines. which is much.


FINDS WAY TO LIVE


LONG


The startling announcement of a
discovery that will surely lengthen
life its made by Editor 0. H. Downey.
of Churubusco. Ind. "I wish to
state," he writes, "that Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption is
the most infallible remedy that I
have ever known for Coughs, Colds
and Grip. It's Invaluable to people
with weak lungs. Having this won-
derful medicine no one dread Pneu-
monia or Consumption. It's relief is
instant and cure certain." The Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore guarantees
every 50 cent and $1 bottle, and gives
tria? bottles free.

The Citrus county board of commis-
sioners received only one bid for
working their county convicts, from
Buttgenbach & Co., $10 per month for
men and $5 for women. Action was
deferred. The county also borrowed
$1000 from the fine and forfeiture
fund, to continue the building of hard
roads. The county printing was let to
the Chronicle at three fourths legal
rates. The Crystal River News want-
ed $13 a month for minutes and clerk's
report. Other matter, legal rate.

A CURE FOR LUMBAGO

W. C. Williamson of Amherst, Va.,
says: "For more than a year I suf-
fered from lumbago. I finally tried
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it gave
me entire relief, which all other ren,
edies had failed to do." Sold by .Le
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


SUFFERING FROM A KICK

Mr. Hyman, the turpentine man of
Lochloosa. came down Saturday to
have Dr. Powers minister to hi3 in-
jured leg. caused by a kick from his
horse. A few days before Christmas
he proposed driving to Ocala and went
into his horse lot to catch his 3 ian of
driving horses. He walked in between
them and as he did so one horse
snapped at the oliher, when the bitten
hor-se tu:.'nid and kicked at the offend-
or. striking Mr. Ilyman on the righl
Tog below the likee. He has suffe-ed
greatly since and failing to get reli(-f
he came down to consult Dr. Powers.
who made him quite comfortable Sat-
turday evening.

BEST LINIMtNT ON EARTH
Henry D. Baldwin. Supt. City Wa-
ter Works. Shullsburg. Wis., writes:
'I hiQ'v trIod&l, nin.nt- -;1I I o I !- *j-m;. *


"FRilT OF THEtO LOL"
Men and women of ta:t-, and judgment
go into ecstacies over the wonderful pat-
terns, textures and colors .which are "the
fruit of the loom." But there is one
fruit of the loom
they rarely con-
sider, and that is
the frail and faded
woman, old before
her time, because
necessity compels
her to work under
conditions, which
send her more i
favored sister to l
bed and the do,- '
tor's care.
The diseases
which weaken and
torment women,
may in almost all
cases be cured by
the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. I t
establishes regu-
larity, dries weak-
ening drains, heals
inflammation and
ulceration, and
cures female weak -
ness.
"I had female trouble for eight years." writes
Mrs. L. J. Dennis, of 828 kast College Street.
Jacksonville, Ills. "Words cannot express what
I suffered. I sought rihff among the nredicai
tofeAton and found none. Friends urgtd tne to
try Dr. Pierce's Favorite I're-,cription. When I
commenced taking this inec.icne I weighed
ninety-five pounds. Now I wtiqh one hul:ndred
and fifty-six piounds- :or< th::ii I ever wuiyihed
before. I was so bad I wou',l lic froin di'a to
day and long for death to co1', aLndl rt.i. r.- y1lv
suffering. I had internal i:ifl~nmmatio.', a (.i%-
agreeable drain, brearing-dw,:vn pain, ;.;:i such
distress every month, but now I never have a
pain-do all inv own work and amn a strxlig and
healthy woma:rn."
"Favorite Prescription" makes weak
women strong, sick wonv'n well. Accept
no substitute for the medicine which
works wonders for weak women. ,
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should he
used with Favorite Prescription" when-
ever a laxative is required.


FANCY r'PUiT
Fancy apples, ba'-anazs, coco.a:nut:-
and cabbage at J. G. Fe-rgusu's. ncx,
'o city market.

Wanted--Men to learn barber
trade. A practical and scientific
course by expert instructions, fre(-
work, lectures, etc. Years saved,
tools presented, wages Saturdays,
board provided. Positions numerous.
Catalogue mailed free. Moler Batber
College, New Orleans, La.

OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP
The Ocala House Barber Shop, lo-
cated in the middle of the front of the
hotel, offers the best service in its
line of any place in the city. Compe-
tent and skilled workmen and courte-
ous treatment. Geo. F. William Proprietor

SIMPLE COLDS
Cease to be simple, if at all pro-
longed. The safest way is to put
them aside at the very beginning. Bal-
lard's Horehound Syrup stops a colhi
and removes the cause of colds. 25c.,
50c. and $1 bottle at Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.

WANTED--Men to learn barber
trade. Practical course given by free
work, expert instructions, lectures.,
etc. Tools presented, wages Satur-
days, board provided. Catalogue
mailed free. Moler Barber college,
New Orleans, La. 2t

STOVE WOOD! STOVE WOOD!
For Stove Wood, phone or drop a
card to the OCALA SPOKE AND
RIM FACTORY. State length of
wood desired.

Oysters at uame's, all style;, pre-
pared by a skilled cook.


Profes ona I Cards


R. D. FULLER,

D*DENTIST*

Office Over Munroe and Chambliss'
Bank


OCALA


FLORIDA


J. E. CHACE,

DENTAL SUR3-EON

Office Upstairs Commercial Bank
Building


OCALA FLO
TERMS, CASH


)RIDA


TERRIBLE DEATH
OF A MILLIONAIRE'S WIFE,

N' w York, Jan. 12.--Mrs. Florine
HtWnry. the wife of Philip S. Henry, a!
wealthy coffee merchant, and daughl-
terd of the late millionaire bank,*;
Leonaid Lewisohn, was burned to
deatli Sunday in a fire that almost en-
tirely destroyed the residence of the
fan,;ly at 54 East Fifty-sixth street.
Alberta Erickson, a domestic.
junmped from the fourth story window
and received injuries from which she
diea soon afterwards.

There is no question that the car-
'oal o! horses received by Liddon &N
I',). Satur,'ay morning is among the
1'inezt thqt his ever come to Ocala.
'T'ey are hboa.:ties.

WANTED FOR A CUSTOMER

To buy a farm of twenty-five to'
forty acres with good dwelling on it.
-i lout two miles from court house.
Apply to J. Starr Sternberger.


Mr. John I,. French. who made the
trip, in his automobile from St. Louis
to Oc ala and gave his experience dur-
ini .'anie in Salutu-day's Timne.s-l'nion
C t citizen. whicl~ the Star reproducee;
in Ihi. issie. while here stored hi:.;
ina; hiiiic with S. A. Standley & Co. He
is loi(d in his praise of Marion's good
Soads. lie said they would be a gooi


thing for most of the country
,as::ed over to pattern after. His
chinie was sent south from Ocala.

IF UNWELL


The Event of a Life Time


Is the opportunity I am now offering.
You can buy, one of those lots east
of Fausett's store for $10 to $40 at $1
down andt $1 per month. As soon as

you have paid for the lot I will build
you a house to your own order. I
have a number of bargains to sell in
houses and lots. If you wish to rent
a house or have one to rent, call and


see ne.


J. STARR STERN BEERGER
-- I- II III---- I- I--


The STORY


of a STOVE


Like the Iron King is interesting to every woman.
The Iron King is a stove with a reputation. For years It has been
known far and wide as the most scientifically constructed stove in use.
It is an incomparable cook stove-an absolutely faultless baker.
Every Iron King cook stove has the Iron King bridge flue. This flue
allows all the oven plates to heat evenly. Every housewife understands
the impor ance of this feature.
No one has ever bought an Iron King and been dissatisfied. No one
*-Pn tie.


is s


Come in and examine the stove it -elf and find out exactly why this
o.


oild


he
ma-


Try a 50c. bottle of Herbine, notice
the improvement speedily effected in
yoilr Appetite, Energy, Strength and
Vi-or. Watch how it brightens the
.1i'irits, gives freedom from Indiges-
tion and Debility!
Isaac Story, Ava. Mo., writes, Sept.
10th, 1900: "I was in bad health, I
had stomach trouble for 12 months.
also dumb chills. Dr. J. W. Mory pre-
sc(ribed Herbine, it cured me in two
weeks. I cannot recommend it too
highly, it will do all you claim for it."
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


PHOSPHATES


In Florida business in mining sec-
tions is active, both hard rock and
quantities. Savannah reports her ship-
ments of high grade Florida rock for
1!92 at 185,778 tons, and Fernand'iia
at 185.545 tons. The market is steady
in tone, with holders of rock firm in
their views.

FOR SALE
Handsome eight room residence,
newly renovated, bath and toilet in
house, stable and outhouses, large
:-a,;d and garden. Best neighborhood
lin city. Electric lights, hot and cold
'water throughout. Apply to J. Starr
Stornberger, next to the Teapot Gro-
cery. 10 21

Cadet Birdsey. the noted musician.
who pent the session at. the East Flor-
ida Seminary last year, has returned
and has again entered that school.
His friends here are delighted to have
him here, as he is a most valuable ac-
quisition to the social end of the ca-
det corps.-Gainesville News.

FOR RENT
The New Central Hotel. 9o.ssea-
Eion at once. Will only rent to paity
that will keep a good hotel.
J. Starr Sten.nbeer.

j4NOTICE TO COLORED TEACHERS

The Marion County Teachers' As-
.sociation wili b1w organized at How-
a:,:l Academy Saturday morning. Jan-
iiary 17. at 1) o'clock. Every col--
oI-'d ,teacher in Marion county is
i nrgtc-. to )e present to prel)are for;
I th, State. Teachers' Assoriation to
(cnvene in Ocala in April, 1903.
ly( order of Siipt. \V. I). Carn.
C. I.. Hliltinger. Trustee.

SALESMEN WANTED


\Wantedl-lteliab!e traveling sal,.-
men to canryv ours as side line. Lib-
"iral conmmission-s to right parties.
!Co!lumlis Show Case Co., Columbus.i


HUBBARD & I
DEALERS IN
GENERAL HARDWARE, SASH. DOORS,


Mrs. I


O.


A ACDUFF

BLINDS, SCREENS, Etc.


M.


Hick


THE OLD RELIABLE, YET EVER UP TO DATE MILLINERY
ESTABLISHMENT, THAT HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME
AND HAS EVEF GIVEN SATISFACTION IN

STYLES AND PRICES
TO ITS GROWING CONSTITUENCY, DESIRES A CONTINU-
ANCE OF THE FAVORS SHOWN IN THE PAST, WITH AN
ASSURANCE THAT NOTHING WILL BE LACKING ON OUR
PART TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS ENTIRE SATISFACTION
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS AND TO TRY TO PLEASE
OUR PATRONS. T RN'S.S

MRS. D. M. HICK


Ocala


Floride


Lard = PIURJ-= Lard

^ ,,. To introduce our absolutely .


PURE KETTLE RENDERED LARD
We will sell at retail for a limited time only:
31b. pails for 40c. each
b. 60c. "
01Ob. $1.15


TRY


IT


Florida Meat Packing Co.
At Ice Factory. Ocala, Florida.


At S. R. PYLES'


CANNED GOODS


To be nutrition. and wholesome,
must be the bp.ct that money can buy,
and none but thes mo.it reliable, true
and tried brands are offered by S. R.
Pyles. Delete ioxiis effects on the
health follow the ii.se of inferior
good:;. What we sell we know are
niiro ft .tlih il Udwhoileome .- tho.V


r.. i' c. ~


Carlos L. Sistrunk
Tampa Saturday on
matters.


Our line
meqmod to
have soap
Tydings &


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OCALA OCCURRENCES

Bowman is coming.

Co to Mrs. Hick for millinery.

See Bowman Wednesday night.


Mrs. Jennings, of Dunnellon,
in town today.


was


Oysters served by the best cook in
the city at Dame's.

A pretty and complete line of sta-
tionery. Tydings & Co.

FOR SALE-Several cottages. Ap-
ply to J. Starr Sternberger.

W. T. Hood, a leading citizen of Dun
nellon, came up this afternoon.

Meals at all hours from dawn till
midnight at the Montezuma Cafe.

Taylor serves all kinds of hot
drinks, prepared from the best stock.

Mr. Henry Spooner, the Stanton or
ange grower, came up this afternoon, .

Oysters served in all styles, and
you can always find them at Dame's.

We lead, others follow. Taylor's.
"Peacemakers" are the thing. Try
them.

Christmas Neckwear in all the lat-
est shapes and colors at The Haber-
dashery.

C C. Y. Miller ame in today from his
farm near Ieroy and says everybody
prosperous.*

Any one can see the bad in life; it
takes a wise man to see the good.
Try Taylor's Peacemaker.


Capt. John L. Carney, the
orange grower of Lake Weir.
flying trip to Ocala today.


veteran
made a


-
Beautiful bedroom suites, parlor
suites and odd pieces of handsome
furniture at Mclver & f&acKay's.

Mr. Hunt, the manager of the Clark
& Ray turpentine farm at Martin. was
in town this morning.

We have an exceptionally fine line
of toilet articles, particularly in ebo-
ny and celluloid. Tydings & Co.

Mr. Kelly, a Citrus county turpen-
tiner. was in town this morning, as
were Messrs. Johnson and Clark, of
Martel.


We take particular pride in
prescription department, and
only the purest drugs. Tydings
Co.


our
use
A


Our line of gift books are going
fast, and you had better come quick-
ly if you want to see the full line.
The Postoffce Drugstore.

Judge W. S. Bullock returned from
holding court at Inverness Saturday
evening and left this afternoon for
Brooksville on a similar mission.

Our Leather Goods are attracting
unusual attention. It is no trouble
to show these and other goods, and
please do not hesitate to come and
see. The Postofflce Drugstore.

Dr. Powers' automobile has arrived
from Jacksonville, but the disagreea-
ble weather today prevented him from
taking It out of the A. C. L. freight
depot.

Mme. Bowman, in her grand spec-
tacular dances, such as the Serpen-
tine, Kaleidoscopic and Butterfly, at
the opera house Wednesday night.
Don't miss seeing her. and Prof. Bow-
man in his black art.

Mr. L. Ottensosser. who returned
from a New York business visit and
spent Sunday with hi:' family at the
Ocala House, left this afi~,roon fo:
Gainesville.

ESTABLISHED Gold Mining Co.
are offering limited amount treasury
stnFl to inr .F, a rlanft D 1tli.*


HAS I FASn THE CENTRAL

Mrs. Julius Iraei, who came to Ocala
a few days ago from Atlanta, has
leased the Central Hotel and as soon
as she can furnish and put it in order
will open it to the public. She will
rechristen it the "St. Denis" and con-
duct it in such a manner as will meet
the wants of the traveling public.
Mrs. Israel is well known here, where
she has a host of friends, and the Star
wishes her abundant success.

WOODMEN, TAKE NOTICE

Regular monthly meeting and instal-
lation of officers at the Masonic Hall
tomorrow even g.

FO SALE
A fine sevea r old bay horse,
perfectly ge e a desirable fam-
ily animal, so a splendid saddler.
Call on Izlai. O la. Fla.


House and lot on Fort
Ocklawaha avenue. Must
Lock Box 322, city.


King or
be cheap.
1 9 6td


CHOICE COFFEE
We have a superior brand of fam
ily coffee. Nothing better for less
than 50 cents per pound. A plate,
cup or saucer goes with each and ev-
ery pound at 30 cents.
The rmlchael Son Co

COOK WANTED
A good ste colored woman
wanted to coo and general house-
work. ApplIat this ce. 1 2 1w

SHOW CASE
Wanted-To mail you catalogue of
Show Cases, Drug and Bank Fix-
tures. Write us. Columbus Show
Case Company, Columbus, Ga.

APPLES 40c. PECK
Apples this week at Dame's for 40
cents a peck.

OYSTERS: OYSTERS

We are now serving oysters at the
Montezuma Exchange in all styles
and at all hours. The best cook em-
ployed. Remember us when you
want the delicious bivalves.
Strauss & Co.

LATE HOTEL ARRIVALS

At the Montezuma-Mrs. Raker, Pan-
asoffkee; J. L. Wells, Lake City.
At the Ocala House-Mrs. and Miss
Ruby Jennings, Dunnellon; A. O. Wil-
liamson, of the S. A. L.; Mr. Tremere.
Jacksonville; G. B. Grant and wife,
Chalybeate, Ga.; C. R. Lyon, Cincin-
nati; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tremain,
New York; J. L. Cone, New York, apd
F. C. Schuntz, agent for the Bloomner
Girls' Baseball Aggregation, who are
now touring the state.

FURNISHED ROOMS

Two pleasant, well furnished rooms
with fire places and closets. No. 12
North Watula street, next door to De-
Weese House. Mrs. D. E. Peacock.

DAME
Has, without exception, the finest dis-
play of candies in Ocala for variety,
quality and price. Call and see his
assortment. It is perfectly wonder-
ful.

DANCING SCHOOL

Prof. Northcutt will open his dan-
cing class Thursday afternoon at
3:30 in the armory.

Call around and get a new year cal-
endar of J. A. Pittman & Son, furni-
ture dealers.

Among the Sunday arrivals at the
Ocala House were W. H. McFarland,
Titusville; C. C. Thomas, Gainesville;
D. J. Renfroe, Baltimore; A. J. Doyle.
and W. L. Lumpkin, Jacksonville; T.
A. Jennings, Savannah; W. R. Brice,
wife and son, of Island Grove; E. Mc
Parland. Denver, Col., and Mrs. L. V.
Knight, Jacksonville.


WEATHER FORECAST

It is Hardly Necessary to Say a Cold
Wave is Coming
Washington, Jan. 12.-Fair tonight
and Tuesday; much colder tonight.
with a cold wave in north and central
portions. The line of freezing temper-
ature will extend well into the south
central portion and the minimum in
the north portion will be in the neigh-
borhood of 22 to 26 degrees.

HOW'S THIS?

We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fi-
nancially able to carry out any obli-
gations made by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists.
Toledo, 0.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin. Whole-
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c.
per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Fadily Pills are the best.

Sunday was one of the dark. gloomy
and disagreeable days of the year. t
rained hard all forenoon and in cons
quence the church services were poor-
ly attended, though at the Episcopal
church Rector Little preached two fine
sermons, as did Rev. L. B. Warren at
the Baptist church, while Father Bot-
tolacio ministered to the faithful at St.
Philip's.

Handsome parlor lan!:)s, jardiniorq,
toilet sets, etc., at Mclvar & Mac-
Kay's.

Mr. J. McIntosh, of Brooksville. I).
C. Warner, wife and daughter, of Ma-
con, B. J. Benson, Newberry, and Al-
lan Rodgers, the hard roads builder
of Citrus county, were among the
guests at the Montezuma Sunday.


A
feet.
will


man above criticism is not pec-
He's a fool. Taylor's oysters
fix it.


Mr. O. M. Gale, the capable sales-
man at the Teapot, was called to Belle-
view Saturday by the serious illness of
his wife.


Lady Fingers and Almond
roor.s. just the thing for t!he
l.!e, at the French Bakery.


Macua-
tea t a-


I I


A young real (etate man of this city.
whose modesty forbids us mentioning
his name, has purchased all the prop-
erty belonging to the Goodwin estate
and some of fthe has sold and reso'd
since the original purchase.

Swiss Cheese. Imported Sausage.
Fancy Aspara',us. French Peas,
\iushroomns, anI many other goo.1
things received tndiy at the Frnb
Bakery.

Dr. E. Van blood who is with his pa-
tlent. Mr. C. E. Absop, at Hot Springs.
Arizona, visited Pheiix and there met
with Sumter Mays. b former Ocala
boy and a member of our paid firc de-
partment, who is well and hearty.

To give advice Is the easiest thin.
in the world; to profit by it, one )f
the hardest. Go to Taylor's for can
dies.

A complete line of Ladies' Drc.ss
Goods. The latest fabrics. At S. -R.
Pyles'.

Alex Moorhead completed Saturday
the surveying of 59 lots in the 'vest
end for .1. Starr Sternhelger and al-
ready he has sold several of them and
brick is on the ground to erect houses.
J. Start is a mover.


Special


Sale


ON CIGARS


AND TOBACCO

For This Week
eo. '\ Clil:ls ........... 7 for 25c.
Cremos . .. ..... ... 7 for 25c.
Lillian Russell ........ ... .7 for 25c.


Capt. Hatton Howard, of the waging La Industria Key West .... 6 for 25c
Oklawaha, is building a new boat. Ten Brands of Celebrated
which he expects'to put on the run in Domestic Five Cent Cigars..2 for 5c.
a month or so and to whose christen- Floradoras, ........ 3 pkgs. for 25c.
ing the editor is invited, including his Old Virginia Cheroots. 6 pkgs..for 25c.
better half, and we will be present to Mexican Tiiplets .....i pkgs. for 25c.
take a sail in the new boat on her in- Bull Durham, 5c. size ..........for 4c.
itial trip. Bull Durham. loc. size......... for 8c.
Bull Durham, 20e. size.......for 15c.
Fine box candy, half and pound Seal of North Carolina
packages. It's Schrafft's and there Plug Cut or Granulated ..... for 8c.
is none better. At Dame's. All 5c. Tobaccos .............. for 4c

Major George M. Hubbard left for A chtCnee with every 5c.
Plant City this afternoon to inspect purchase on a $3 MeetlAiUm
the strawberry farms of that prosper- Pipe, to be drawn for every
ous place. Saturday night.


Oysters are unusually fine this sea-
son and the cook at the Montezuma
Cafe understands the art of serving
them.

George and Eugene Washington.
two up to date life insurance men from
Jacksonville, are in the city represent-
ing the Mutual Life of New York.


The Montezuma Cafe.
lunches or full meals. The
the cheapest.


oysters,
best and


.. B. Borland, a prominent citizen of


Citra. left for Fort Myers today to
visit his brother at Orange river, in-
spect their fine orange grove and have M
a jolly good time hunting and fishing. V a
He started once before, but business
matters and sickness in his family re-
called him.

Biggest and finest school tablets in
town. Ocala News Co.


PEYSER'S


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OCALA GREENHOUSE, Florists
Phone 2

A SUCCESSFUL HUNT

Messrs. Henry ILivingston. L,.(- Mi.- 1 Wi
ler. Lou Haley and A..A. VA.'h,'flr. ,of
Tenne.ssee. spent a we.-.k in t'ie vilil-
of the Chassahowitzka part of Citrust
(county. between Homosas.a and Bay i
Port. They shot a great pl'ity 0 o
ducks. One party, in his ent'i.iiasin.
said there were five (LC1eC of thtem.
They saw five (dfeer and once bi; I,... I
but they kept out of hai,. .vav.

We will sell you a good FOUN- L
TAIN PEN for ONE DOLLAR. and
one a little better for twenty-five
cents more. Satisfaction guaranteed
The Postoffice Drugstore..


AIrs. L. T. Tompkins'
To find them. Her styles are without Iexceptio th.
finest in the state, unqstonmbly within the re.4 of
all, and please even the gantlet, many of them co
noisseurs in the selection of art and elegance toin m-
nery. In fact, Mrs. Tompkin's styles pleae eerydy.
. . . I I I l i l


Mri. Morton. a citizen of.St. Peters-
burg, who has been visiting his cous-
in, Mr. S. R. Pyles, left this afternoon
for Jacksonville.

Fleischmann's Yeast received fresh
semi-weekly at Ta)lor's.

Mr. D. 4. Clark, of the Mattel tur-
pentine Piim of Johnson & Citrk,. I-ft
this afternoon for Savannuil, on a bus-
inmss trip of a week.

PIEDMONT GUANO
S. R. Pyles has the agency for the
famous Piedmont Guano, and will
carry a full line in stock in his ware-
house. A shipment will be in within
a few days. Push your vegetables
along. dtf.

Mr. M. H. Newberger, representing
the wholesale dry goods and notions
house of I. Epstein & Bro.. Savannah,
Ga., spent Sunday with Mr. J. Starr
Sternberger and family, but left for
Tampa today. He makes Ocala his
headquarters.

HEADS SHOULD NEVER ACHE
Never endure this trouble. Use at
once the remedy that stopped it for
Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Va.
She writes: "Dr. King's New Life
Pills wholly cured me of sick head-
aches. I had suffered from them for
two years." Cure Headache, Consti-
pation, Biliousness. 25 cents at the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Ben Freyermuth spent Sunday at
the poor farm, was circulating among
friends in town today and left for his
Berlin section plantation, where he
will prepare 80 or 100 acres of land
for Irish potatoes. He also occupies
his spare moments in pitting what
Ben thinks is good phosphate land.
Several parties have an eye on it.

NEW NOVELS
We have the largest line of new
copyright fiction ever shown in
Ocala. Call and see the books.
Ocala News Co.


Mr. Baum, of the Oxford Crate Co.,
at Crystal River, returned today from
a. month's visit to his family In Michl-
.6an.

Mr. Jim Sanders, who has been con-
fined to his home for a month with
malaria, is up and able to be around
some, but is far from a well man.

Mrs. Hannah, Mrs. Ramsaur and the
children went to St Petersburg yes
terday to visit their brother, Louis
Yonce, and their father.

FOR RENT

Nice two story dwelling on Ok"awa
ha avenue. J. Starr Sternberget.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION

For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
Chapter 4888, Laws of orida
Notice is hereby given taat R.
Cooner, purchaser of Tax CertlfcaLea
Nos. 1352, 1354 and 2115, dated the.
2nd day of November, A. D. 189I, hKb
filed said certificates in my ofU*e d
has made application for tax deeds t
issue in accordance with law. Said
certificates embrace the following de-
scribed property situated In Marion
county, Florida, to-wit: Se% of neo
sec 34, and sw% of sw% of sc 35, tp
15. R. 23, and se% of nw% sec a tp
16. R. 23. The said land being as
sessed at the date of the iuanses of
such certificates in the names of L. O.
Garrett and Florida Southern R. R.
Co. Unless eaid certificates shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deeds
will be issued thereto on the 21st day
of February, A. D. 1903.
Witness my official signature ad
seal this the 12th day of January, -A.
D. 1903. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., FIa.

hange of Raes

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
The Seaboard Air Line Railway an-
nounces that beginning December 2C,
1902, straight fares, one way, in Flor-
ida, will be reduced to three cents
per mile.


S.tpit. .IiC LaV II, UI. F r -inU W-llip, was
in town today and said his brother
SMiss Ethel Robinson, who spent Newton had another attack of his old A. C. L. CITY TICKET OFFICE
several days with her parents, Mr. and troubles and was very poorly. If you contemplate going away, no
Mrs. George K. Robinson. has returned matter where or when, call on Mil
to her studies at Gainesville. FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Jessie Maughs, City Ticket Agent for
the A. C. L., in the Ocala Hoe of*
Oysters served In all styles and at Well furnished rooms to rent. Ap- fice, and she will be pleased to give
all hours at the Montezuma Restau- ply to Mrs. T. J. Owens, North Mag- you rates, schedules, routes sad any
rat. 'nolia street. 19 dw2w other Information.


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This Be-


THE MOST PROSPEROUS YEAR
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SARIS PATTERN HATS i

give the ladies their Ahokte of High Grade MiMYlt
Novelty Designh and Artists' Combltloe.


Jlrs. L. T. Tomnpkin&r

Will supply yor wants in the fine, most
elegant styles ever offered to an appreci-
tive trade. The ladies of Ocala appreciate
admire and buy the artistic and elegant in
Md qery. The eatifl matal, rich and
rare, and the design from Paris minds aIn
hands have contrMted to make Mr Tomp
kin's wLitet opening the most notable of
the season. Attractive, wonder and tha
which is ever satisfactory, appreciated. Th
ladies know what fine goos a They
only have to call at


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for Infants and Children.
fttoria IL a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare.
orte, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
esutalns neither Opium, iorphltine nor other Narcotic
u0bstance. It destroys VWorms anid allays Feverishness.
It cures DIarrhlat anid Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth-
ifg Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the
Stomwac and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
'he Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
.0 Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.

II I01 i1 IIII~n rH~~en


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Says:





Come in, Please, and You Will Go
Out Pleased


THE ST, -_ IS CROWDED WITH
THE LATEST FALL AND WINTER
GOODS, SUCH AS DRESS GOODS,


FLANNELS,


LADIES'


UNDER-


WEAR, GENTS' UNDERWEAR,


BLANKETS,


CLOTHING,


HATS


AND NOTIONS.


He Who Misses the Best is a Loser,

-'Whether He Knows it or Not.
TNK BEST GOODS AT


VIL


IWORMS


Mts2 HaVM In Led all W
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iale by Anti-Monopoly )rugsttir


THE..


NEW


DR. D. H. BRC

Has just opencdl up) in t
the street from Pittman & S
Drugs and Toilet Articles, w
ble prices. Also a nice line


I ask an inspection of tl
public's patronage. Prescri

D. H. Bro
1aFayette Block




Fresh Meat


We kee
Sausag
Careful


'p on hand a tull line of t
e to be hadt. Game in sc
I attention to orders and (


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THE PEARL OF THE ANTILLES

Cuba is 7.;'J miles long. 27 mnil'-.:


wide at its narrowest point and Ir1'
at its widest, insuring a most deiigl-r-i
ful insular climate to the entire (o,.1-
try, which will become one of t!.
healthiest spots in the world wh-ni
proper hygienic measures prevail.
Cuba's many rivers are necessarily.
short, but like her laks and seas t,(-:n
with varieties of fish. Her long. :t
river is Cauto, 150 mles long, navigai-1
ble for small crafts 50 miles. ll,:r


tallest mountain is Pico Turquino, 2-'4,
feet high. Her most beautiful va!!','
is Umuri, rivaling Yosemite in the
beauty and grandeur of its scenery.
Her most famous cave is i R(l.amir.
second only to the Mammoth (Cav,, in
Kentucky.
Havana After Three Years


Three years ago when thi, Spa:i
iards evacuated and the Am'-rn a:;'
came flocking into the panodl, tl. *
was open demonstrationn on thle p;' t
of a class of Cubans to mak,' iw,, t
out also. They (lid not want iis ih..
The Spaniards in the old days;. can.:",
here to make money. It was evid,
that we came here with the -arnv ' i
design upon Cuba. We wer- wE)'.
than the Spaniards, and we i w,,, n,;
wanted. That was plainly c.iileai to
us. Cuba for the Cubans was h I yr r.
They sang it at their feas.ts, th,,y !1,
it in the streets.


A SWORN


STATEMENT


This is to certify

that on Monday, the

28th day of Octo-

beE, 1901, I pur-

caszd of The Rack-


1t C. mpary, Orala,

'Ila., a pair of their

Tomahawk Brand,

penitentiary made

shoes, and that I

have worn them con-


tinuously


ever since,


and the uppers and

soles are still in good


Now we have this city wilh its }iv'.- condition;
years, doctors and poets, without lt.
millionaire planter. The free C.'ubai:i; my belief
are waiting, almost impiatient!l. waiij-
ing,. for the Americans; to with 'v. are gOOd
Without the Spaniard'.s idea of finJ.a '...
their principal idea of government i: months f
to get their hands on the money box.
and then they will bring back the goodc This is
old times of profligacy andi mis;'thti.
The model of good order, cleanl.ints-: -mon ths Wi
and honest administration set by u
means poverty to them. Frugality is have ahre,
synonymous with misery.


Under these conditions the Cuban ;ed frow. these shoes,
peasant or farmer, producing scarcely:
enough to meet his own requireienls. whose original cost
the planter with his eggs all ;n one
basket-sugar, which does not bring :, as $ 1 48?
the cost of production-what, I would: w
ask, is to become of Havana, with its I. P Stevens,
quarter of a million people, once th( i
wealthiest as well as the most profP C;!-nnor F a.
gate city in the world? Can govern 9 a
meant solve the problem? Sworn to and sub-
From west to east Cuba is divided i
into the following six province;.: i- scribed before me
nar del Rio, Havana. Matavas., S'unta
Clara, Puerto Principe and Santiago. T january 2, 1903.
Cuban Students in New York Welcame _
: t TIT WE-AIZ


WHITE'S CREAM Palma
A Character Study.-As the time fori
V RE PIFU C E the arrival of General Palma drew,
) .tinqu uantiWy.- .tinaQuality. near, the Cuban students gathered urt-
Iorm e0medioa. Y der the care of their chaperons at the
iscr3. ,: -.x.T e hotel, now occupied exclusively by a
EG F. BALLA D, St. Lft ouis group of. thirty students. Every stu-
dent carried a Cuban flag and wore
e and all other leading drugsto.Pea. Cuban colors. Some were wildly ex-
cted. some seemingly strongly stirred
--.-- by thought of home and country. As
DRUGSTOREthe trolley car rounded the sharp
*curve that brought it in front of the
hotel. the students rushed forward.
Y TxT rap etro O. reminding one of the hurried flight of
WN, 1topfictor.a flock of tropical birds, a resem-
blance increased by the flags they
he LaFayctte building, across bore fluttering in the wind. As the
,)(,i, a cnpllete stock Iof fresh General descended from the car he
xhich will be sold at -easona was greeted most enthusiastically and
of surrounded. Suddenly a sweet so-
prano voice started the national hymn
or CD I ( =I ^ of Cuba and was joined at once by a:l
he s::me and a share of the the other students. General Palma
ptiwonsareftillv compounded. stood with uncovered head. The ,,a-
Striotic singing stirred a sympathetic:
I chord in the hearts of the men w~io
ow n, M oD o accompanied the General. and of the,
mnlemlbers of the reception commi;t<-..
SOcaa, Florida who gave evidence of th"ir eortion:-.
I There came to all the consc'ioW."osnss
_.... -. ,u - of the sacrifice of living for on,'s rcou;n-
try. In the clear, bright sunshine of
and G am e hat Januarv morning there tooll the
an Gam man who had dared life and doea'h in
the service of his country. lie hai
he b'-st I kctf. I' 1'ik, Mutton and fought on the field of batrlo, lie l'i,!
-0n:n. ]rc}li \'cgeta lueiCs, etc. languished in prison, he had oxil .d1
iui'k (!,li\cvry nade himself for the sake of hi.s c(.,ntr.'
W. L. Jcnes, Proprietor. working to create friiends and .n;h :i-
asm for her sake in the hearts of for-
ALF i< E= w i" i I(' ign(rs. For twenty-one years h- l.a'
lii\v'd a stranger in foreign lanl- f!'o:
S-....- hhr interests. Facing him. withl ,.,.-,
AI M~, MOWhi i a d -rrLuldi7nr Qrikl%t


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countries. politeness and courtesy are
f),,!n.-- Good breeding is not limited
1o tI.y class.
I,(ca,.I,C of the manner in which tbl:
ho:sce.; are built, home life is easily.
see(n ,by the stranger. He can look
through the barred windows or doors
in'e; the onvln courts where the family
gathers. beyondd thi.:; he can see the
dining ro,)m where the table is set,
and sonimtimc kitchen, with the charcoal braziers on
which most of the cooking is .loie.
Few Cuban houses have ovens. The
bread is baked at the baker's shop.
and if there is to be roast turkey or
suckling pi,. a great delicacy, the
roasting is done outside. Spaniards
and Cubans are strangers to the pas-
try known as American pie. The fault
which an American finds is that there
is no c'harige and variety in the cook-
in--. It becomes fearfully monoto-
nousm. a akfast is the same all thn
vf. r" ,a'O- 1 llld. an]d so is dinner.
I:n thI towi:- muirh of the social \i!,-
itin': i.- (]lon- in the plaza or public
wi, ik. rTwo or il1 (' c(' 'ni!1i s a "o.'c k
tI I- as! I;ltn:,' ( t' 'O(i and eve vybl)iy
*' 1"foi a pi on-(lnn'lae. duriniig w'd;l'.
v'iis av. ,\
('C ',.In t. whiil":no. "h '!" 't lackil;n

( (nII'V | I (Vo'" '. Il \ ii '1 anywho're a
.' I'-~l'y Ir r'<. InI1 the' interior
ti!1.-. :*- i'., r20 q .l'f'} thing n' a -ra'.ir-
:, W .i t i: r !'I, i. -' Itia '\ '-h','} w kl.\' '
I- 1,1-I. :,) T:Ik-. lii- ham m oo-k alor.'-'.
,*, ; It 1 i r,\ o-,:nI for him !ns l<,, f,, !,lo.


Saivatt .


tention is paid to the formalities of
life. When New Year's and Christmia'
co me round, it is customary to sen'l
your card and best wishes to all your
'friends. Failure to do this is !orkel
upon a.;;s a slight, and is not readily for-
giwv n. Thc proverlbs. for which the
Spani-i language is famous, are often
i quoted. One runs: "Monday. embark'
i neither on the sea of matrimony nor
i on other seas." And it is true 'hat
Monday marriages are rare. Cub'Ji
courtships themselves are not as open
as with us. yet somehow the you.g
manage to make known their senti-


A GOJD OPPORTUNITY


Means
means
teaches
when w
cleaned
style at
bought
why not
it a firs
the besl


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, success
success


in business and
In life, and it all


us to know a glod thing
e see it. Have your clothing
and',pressed in first class
a reasonable price. If you
a spring or a summer suR,
L have us to dye it and make
t class winter suit? as we use


t


dyes and sele dyes


in thet


Excellent board and comfortable
lodging at reasonable rates at the .
Mack House. Mrs. Melissa Mack,
Proprietress.


Southern States. Dye in all shades, i Rev. T. J. Miller has returned from
as you can get anywhere else in the his work and reports an excellent ses-
world. New York Steam Dye Works, slon of his conference.
63 South Main street, Ocala, Fla
63 South Min street, Ocala, Fla. The Home Minstrel will give a fine
Next door to the Ocala Steam Laun. entertainment at Mitchell Hall tonight.
dry. Admission, 15 cents. Come and enjoy*
yourself.
SULPHUH BATHS AT HOME
The schedule of the northbound day
Flanco-.k's Liquid Sulphur baths train is changed and she will arrive
are superior to those of the most eel- at Ocaia at 12:10 hreafter.
ebratedl sulphur springs, having the, The ministers are looking worse
additional advantage of being made t(bis week than they did last. It
any desired strength. Taking medi- .stormed all day yesterday and the
cine by absorption into the system (chur(-h attendance was very slim.
through the skin by taking medicate.A
baths 1is a very effi,'ient method of
obltaiin_ a ,constitutional treatment. A. A L E X A N D ER
lanii to cure all blood and skin trouble.. Practical
For sa;e by the Anti-Monopoly Drug-. ARPENTER AND BUILDER
.tore.


Careful estimates made on all con
I Ry tila work. Gives more and better
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RY work for the money than any other


and it


that they'

for three

lore wear.

fourteen

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Colored Folks' Column

Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor

Dr. Benton, W. M., of the Masonic
dodge of Ocala, left today via the S. A.
L. for Gainesville to represent his
lodge at the grand lodge meeting. He
was accompanied by Mr. Prank Alex-
ander and others.
*Soup every day at Ike Tompkins'
restaurant. Special orders for sick
people.
The Industrial School building is
well on the way at Martin under the
management of Messrs. Wm. Parker
and the Garrison brothers.
0I. E. Tompkins, fish and oysters,
stall No. 10, city market, and restau-
rant. 49 South Magnclia street,
phone 67.
iMrs. Flood. the mother of Mrs. Au-
tiH.: t Aycrs. passed quietly away Satur-
idy evening at 6 o'clock. Her funeral
Swas attended today at Covenant Bap-
tist church. The bereaved family has
.our sympathy.
*We wish to call your attention to
the new rates on the S. A. L., found
in another column. It is three cents
per mile between all Florida points.
Mrs. Josephine Smith lost a fine
gold ring. The finder will receive a
reward.
*J. E. Sharperson has re-opened
his shoe shop, a few doors west of
Benus' Bakery, and stands prepared
to do all kinds of repairing at reason-
able rates.
Mrs. Lula Edwards has taken charge-
of Mrs. Alice Fluitt's restaurant dur-,
ng the matter's illness.
Nickel party at Mrs. Everett's res-
taurant tonight.
*Go to Rev. S. S. Bellamy, the Jew-
ery, notions, etc. Watch and clock
repairing a specialty. Satisfaction
guaranteed. tf 8 22
Rates to the grand lodge of F. A. M.
at Gainesville on the S. A. L. at one
and one-third fare for the round trip.
*The Magnolla Restaurant, corner
of Magnolia and Market streets, is
open at all hours and can furnish
meals and lunches at reasonable
rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ruth,
Managers.
An entertainment will be given at
Mrs. H. J. Riggins' on Saturday night
in the interest of the C. M. E. church.
L. Green. the Lightning Shaver.
Call and try his razor and you will
not go anywhere else. Shave, 10c.;
Haircut, 25c.; honing razor, 25; con-
Scave razor, 75c. All work first class.
j West Broadway, two doors below Be-
i nus' Bakery.
SMr. Joseph Giles, the brother of Mr.
Willamn Giles, is in the city.


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m,-nts toward each other. With the
Cuban girls it is the fans and the eyes
that talk.-Christian Herald.

REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP

A Little Boy's Life Saved
I have a few words to say regard-
ing Chaniimberlain's Cough Remedy. It
-:aved my little boy's life and I feel
thai I cannot prai:.e it enough. I,
bought a bottle of it from A. E. Steer
of Goodwin. S. I).. and when I got to
my home with it the poor baby could
hardly breathe. I gave the medicine
ai ,liirect,, l \very ten minutes until
bi "'th'(.w Ul)" and then I thought
surei, h wa:s .oing to choke to sle. ,tb.
We\\' had to ,pul l:ie phlegm out of his.
mouth in great lo,ng strings. I mta
positive that if I hal not got that bot-i
(Ic ofoiigh medicine my boy wc'il(!
not bl on earth today.--.Joel Demont.
Inwood. Iowa. For : ale by the Anti-
Monol;oly Drugstore.

OF INTEREST TO
COLORED TEACHERS
By request of a number of the col-
oired teachers of the county, I make
a call for the colored teachers, as
many as possible, to meet at Howard
Academy on Saturday, January 18,
at 10 o'clock, for the purpose of or-
ganizing and making arrangement,
for the approaching colored sta!.e
teachers' association, which is to
meet in Ocala in April.
W. D. Camrn, Supt



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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of

THE OCALA PRESSING CLUB

Clothes cleaned, dyed, pressed and
repaired. Work neatly clone. Also
ladies' skirts cleaned.
Come and give me a trial.
William Gordon, Prop.
North Magnoli. street, opposite
Carmichael's. 12 31 02


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OCALA OCCURRENCESBowman HAS LEASED THE CENTRAL WEATHER FORECAST II I I IIt OCALA GREENHOUSE, Florists
I I
I Phone 2 PARIS PATTERN HATS
I Mrs. Julius Irael, who came to Ocala is Hardly Necessary to Say a Cold |I I :
is
coming. a few days ago from Atlanta, has Wave is Coming j I II I A SUCCESSFUL HUNT .

leased the Central Hotel and as soon :
Washington, Jan. 12.-Fair tonight I
Go to Mrs. Hick for millinery. as she can furnish and put it in order and Tuesday; much colder tonight])! Messrs. Henry Livingston, Lee ) I II Will give the ladies their choice of High Grade Millinery]:>'*:

See Bowman Wednesday night. will open it to the public. She will with a cold wave in north and central 1 ler, Lou Haley and A. A. Whoelcr.: Ii-I Novelty. Designs and Artists' Combinations. :f,

rechristen it the "St. Denis" and con portions. The line of freezing temper-!j Tennessee, spent a week in t'e vilds l::_

duct it in such a manner as will meet ature will extend well into the south !: of the Chassahowitzka part of Citrus I
Mrs. Jennings, of Dunnellon, was AIrs. L. T. Torn pkins4
the wants of the traveling public. central portion and the minimum in : county, between: Homosassa and Bay I
in I
town today.
Mrs. Israel is well known here, where the north portion will be in the neigh i! Port. They shot a great plenty of i :

she has a host of friends, and the Star borhood of 22 to 26 degrees. :: chucks. One party, in his ent
Will
wants in the finest
Oysters served by the best cook In lUgiasm'l supply your most
wishes her abundant success. .
i said there were five acres
the city at Dame's.A elegant styles ever offered to an appreciative *
HOW'S THIS? They saw five deer and one big !h?>.\.1

WOODMEN, TAKE NOTICE but they kept out of hat.. s .va}. trade. The ladies of Ocala appreciate,

pretty ana ,complete line of sta- We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward I admire and buy the artistic and elegant in
tionery. Tydings & Co.
Regular monthly meeting and installation for any case of Catarrh that We will sell you a good FOUNTAIN Millinery. The beautiful material, rich and .

of officers at the Masonic Hall cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh PEN for ONE DOLLAR and !-
FOR SALE-Several cottages. Ap rare, and the designs from Paris minds and

tomorrow evening. Cure. I one a little better for twentyfivecents hands have contributed make
ply to J. Starr Sternberger. to Mrs. Tomp-
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. moie. Satisfaction guaranteedThe
kin's winter the most notable of }
_. We, the undersigned, have knownF. opening -
-t;: W. T. Hood, a leading citizen of Dun FOySALE i Postoffice Drugstore.A
nellon, came up this afternoon. A fine seveyroar old bay horse, J. Cheney for the last 15 years! the season. Attractive, wonderful, and that

perfectly gentfe aid a desirable family and believe him perfectly honorablein young real estate man of this city which is ever satfsfactory, appreciated. The

animal Also saddler. all business transactions and financially whose modesty forbids us mentioninghis ladies know what fine !
Meals at all hours from dawn till a splendid goods: are. They

midnight at the Montezuma Cafe. Call on D/Izlai. C-Va. Fla able to carry out any obli- name, has purchased all the prop- only have to call at '

gations made by their firm. erty belonging to the Goodwin estate .

Taylor serves all kinds of hot WANTED TO BUY :,West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists. :and some of itJie has sold and reso'tl '
Toledo, 0. I l\lJrS. L. Tt Tompkins
drinks prepared from the best stock. since the original purchase.
Kinnan & Marvin. Whole-
Walding,
House and lot on Fort King or

Mr. Henry Spooner, the Stanton or Ocklawaha avenue. Must be cheap. sale Druggists, Toledo, O. Swiss Cheese, Imported Sausage, To find them. Her styles are without exception.the

1 9 6td Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally Fancy Asparagus, French Peas, finest in the state
ange grower came up this aftern J:. Lock Box 322, city. unquestionably within the reach of
acting directly upon the blood Mushrooms, an-1 other gooJ
many all and the
of them
please even gentlemen, many connoisseurs
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Oysters served in all styles, and CHOICE COFFEEWe things received today at the Frcn?b .
Testimonials sent free. Price 73c. in the selection of art and elegance in milli
you can always find them at Dame's. have a superior brand of family Bakery.Dr. ,
per bottle. Sold by all Drassists.Hall's nery. In fact, Mrs. Tompkin's styles please everybody.
coffee. Nothing better for less
Family Pills art the best. E. Van Hood, who i is'! with his pa-I ---- -- ----- --
We lead, others follow. Taylor's."Peacemakers" than 50 cents per pound. A plate,
L tient, :Mr. C. E. .Ybson, at Hot Springs. I '
are the thing. Try I cup or saucer goes with each and every Sunday was one of the dark, gloomy ,'isite4Pheoix Mr. Morton, a citizen of .St. Petersburg I! Mr. Baum of the Oxford Crate Co.,
Arizona and there met
them. t at 30 cents. '
I pound and disagreeable days of the year. trained I who has been visiting his cousin ;at Crystal River returned today from
with Sumter May-srja former Ocala
;
The Garmichael & Son Co hard all forenoon and in consquenee Mr. S. R. Pyles, left this afternoonfor p. month's visit to his family in Michi*
Christmas Neckwear in all the latest \, s boy and a member of our )paid riic department
the services Jacksonville. f.in.
shapes and colors at The Haber COOK ANTED church were poorly who is well and hearty. .
attended, though at the Episcopal

dashery. A good stesayX colored woman church Rector Little preached two fine Fleischmann's Yeast received fresh Mr. Jim: Sanders, oho has been confined -.
To give advice [is the easiest thin
a wanted to coo /and OD general house sermons, as did Rev. L. B. Warren at semi-weekly at Ta)lor's. to his home for a mouth with
/ C. Y. Miller << ame in today from his I t in the world; to profit by it, one if I l
; work. Apply at this office. 1 2 Iw the Baptist church, while Father Bot-i malaria, is up and able to be around
\ I the hardest. Go to Taylor's for can
farm and everybody
Leroy
near
........- says tolacio ministered to the faithful at St. dies. Mr. D. 4. Clark of the Mattel turpentine some, but is far from a well man.
i prosperous.*
SHOW CASE Philip's firm of Johnson & Clark, l lft

mail of this Mrs. Hannah, Mrs. Ramsaur and the
Wanted-To catalogue afternoon for Savannah business
you on a
Any one can see the bad in life; it A complete line of Ladies' Dress
Show Cases, Drug and Bank Fix Handsome parlor lams, jartlini Goods. The
takes a wise man to see the good. latest fabrics. At S. -R.
Try Taylor's Peacemaker. tures. Write us. Columbus Show toilet sets, etc., at Mclvar & Mac- Pyles'. to visit their brother, Louis

Case Company, Columbus, Ga. Kay's. GUANOS. Yonce, and their father.

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Capt. John I.. Carney, the veteran Alex Moorhead completed Saturdaythe R. Pyles has the agency for the
Mr. J. Mcintosh of Brooksville. D. FOR RENT
orange grower of Lake Weir, made a APPLES 40c. PECK surveying of !59!) lots in the vest famous Piedmont Guano, and will ,- ;,-
C. Warner, wife and daughter, of Macon -
flying trip to Ocala today. Apples this week at Dame's for 40 end for J. Starr Stern hel l'r and already carry a full line in stock in his ware-.
B. J. Benson, Newberry, and Allan Nice two ;story dwelling on Oklawaha -
cents a peck. he has sold several of them and house. A shipment will be in withina
Rodgers, the hard roads builderof avenue. J. Starr Sternberger
Beautiful bedroom suites, parlor brick is on the ground to erect houses. few days. Push your vegetables "
Citrus county, were among the
suites and odd pieces of handsome OYSTERS: OYSTERS! J. Starr is a mover. along. dtf.
at the Montezuma Sunday.A .
guests
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor
furniture at McIver & acKal'I. -- .. ,
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We are now serving oysters at the Mr. M. H. Newberger, representingthe
man above criticism Is not perfect. I Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
Mr. Hunt, the manager of the Clark Montezuma Exchange in all styles I Special Sale wholesale dry goods and notions
He's a fool. Taylor's oyster
& Ray turpentine farm at Martin. was and at all hours. The best cook em I house of I. Epstein & Bro., Savannah, Chapter 4888, Laws of f rida

in town this morning.We ployed. Remember us when you will fix it. Ga.. spent Sunday with Mr. J. Stair Notice Is hereby given that R.
CIGARS; Cooner, purchaser of Tax Certificates
.vant the delicious bivalves. ION
Sternberger and family, but left for
have an exceptionally fine line Strauss & Co. Mr. 0.M. Gale, the capable sales- Tampa today. He makes Ocala his Nos. 1352, 1354 and 2115, dated"the. .

of toilet articles, particularly in ebony man at the Teapot, was called to Belle- 1 headquarters. 2nd day of November A. D. 1896, has

and celluloid. Tydings & Co. LATE HOTEL ARRIVALSAt view Saturday by the serious illness of 1E I E 1ND TOBACCO filed said certificates in my office and

his wife I has made application for tax deeds to
HEADS SHOULD NEVER ACHE
Mr. Kelly, a Citrus county turpen- the :Montezuma Mis. Baker, Panasoffkee For This Week issue in accordance with law. Said
Lady Fingers and Almond Macaroons Never endure this trouble. Use at certificates embrace the following Oe-!
J. L. Lake
tlner. was in town this morning as ; Wells. City.
were Messrs. Johnson and Clark, of At the Ocala House-Mrs. and Miss just the thing for the tea tae: i Geo. W. Child . . 7 for 25c. once the remedy that stopped it for scribed property situated in Marlon

Martel. Ruby Jennings, Dunnellon; A. 0. Wil- l.ie) at the French Bakery. i Cremos . . .7 for 2.>c. Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Va. county, Florida, to-wit: Se% of ne y

liamson, of the S. A. L.; Mr. Tremere I Lillian Russell . ,7 for 25c.j ; She writes: "Dr. King's New Life see :34, and sw% of swJ/4 of sec 35,-tp

Wo take particular pride in our Jacksonville; G. B. Grant and wife Capt. Hatton Howard, of the otaging j La Industria Key West . G for 25c Pills wholly cured me of sick head- 15,. R. 23, and se% of nw% see 2. tp

prescription department, and use I Chalybeate, Ga.; C. R. Lyon, Cincinnati -; Oklawaha, is building a new boat j Ten Brands of Celebrated aches. I had suffered from them for 16 R. 23. The said land being assessed

only the purest drugs. Tydings & I ; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tremain, which he expects put on the run in Domestic Five Cent Cigars. .2 for 5c. two years." Cure Headache Consti- at the date of the issuance of

. .. 3 for 25c. pation, Biliousness. 25 cents at the L. O.
of
Co. New York; J. L. Cone, New York, ardF. a month or so and to whose christen- Floradoras, pkgs. such certificates in the names

II C. Schuntz, agent for the Bloomer ing the editor is invited including his |I Old Virginia Cheroots, 6 pkgs..for 25c. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I Garrett and Florida Southern R R.

I I Girls' Baseball Aggregation, who a 'e better half and we will be present to Mexican pkgs. for 25c. Co. Unless eai.l certificates shall be

Our line of gift books are going l now touring the state.FURNISHED take a sail in the new boat on her initial ( Bull Durham, 5c. size . . for 4c. I Ben Freyermuth spent Sunday at redeemed according to law, tax deeds

fast, and you had better come quickly I trip. Bull Durham lOc. size,. . for 8c. the poor farm, was circulating among will be issued thereto on the 21st day!

if you want to see the full line. I ROOMS '.\ .. Bull Durham 20c. size,. . .for 15c.I friends in town today and left for his of February, A. D. 1903.

The Postoffice Drugstore. Fine box candy, half and pound i Seal of North Carolina Berlin section plantation where he Witness my official signature and

Two pleasant, well furnished rooms packages. It's Schrafft's and there I PIng Cut or Granulated..for Sc. will prepare 80 or 100 acres of land seal this the 12th day of January'A.

Judge W. S. Bullock returned from I with fire places and closets. No. 12 is none better. At Dame's.Major i All 5c. Tobaccos . . . for 4c for Irish potatoes. He also occupies I D. 1903. S. T. Sistrunk
holding court at Inverness Saturday I.I I I his spare moments in pitting what Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla
evening and left this afternoon for North Watula street, next door to De- A chance with Sc.. Ben thinks is good phosphate land.
George M. Hubbard left for every
Weese House. Mrs. D. E. Peacock.
Brooksville on a similar mission. Plant City this afternoon to inspectthe |purchase on a $Meerchaum Several parties have an eye on it. Change of Rates

Our Leather Goods are attracting DAME strawberry farms of that prosperous Pipe I to be drawn for every

unusual attention. It is no troubleto Has, without exception, the finest display place. Saturday night.CIGAR NEW NOVELSWe SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAYThe

show these and other goods and of candies in Ocala for variety, i have the largest line of new
Oysters are unusually fine this sea copyright fiction ever shown in Seaboard Air Line Railway an-
do quality and price. Call and see his I :
please not hesitate to come and PEYSER'S
son and the cook at the MontezumaCafe Ocala. Call and see the books. nounces that beginning December :JJC-!;
The Postofflce assortment. It is perfectly wonderful. ""
see. Drugstore. understands the art of serving Ocala News Co. 1902, straight fares, one way, in Florida

I them. .; STORE will be reduced to three cents
Dr. Powers' automobile has arrived
per mile.
from Jacksonville, but the disagreeable -I DANCING SCHOOL George and Eugene Washington i I Capt. McDavid of Fellowship was
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weather today prevented him from 1--------- in town today and said his brother
two up to date life insurance men from 1I I A. C. L. CITY TICKET OFFICE
Miss Ethel Robinson, who spent Newton had another attack of his old
taking it out of the A. C. L.
freight Prof. .
Northcutt will open his dancing Jacksonville, are in city representing
depot. the I several days with her parents )Ir. and I troubles and was very poorly. If you contemplate going away, no
class Thursday afternoon at the Mutual Life of New York.
I Mrs. George K. Robinson, has returnedto i matter where or when, call on Miss -,
3:30 in the armory. I
her studies at Gainesville. FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT ; Jessie Maughs, City Ticket Agent for
Mme. Bowman in her grand spec. The Montezuma Cafe, oysters,
I I I! the A. C. L., in the Ocala House of
tacular dances, such as the Serpen Call around and get a new year calendar lunches or full meals. The best and
i Oysters served In all styles and at Well furnished rooms to rent. Apply -: flee, and she will be pleased to give
tine Kaleidoscopic and Butterfly, at of J. A. Pittman & Son, furniture the cheapest. I
I all hours at Montezuma Restau to Mrs. T. J. Owens, North Mag- you rates, schedules, routes and any
the opera house Wednesday night.Don't dealers.
rant. 1 nolia street. 19 dw2w other information.
miss: seeing her. and Prof. Bowman J. B. Borland, a prominent citizen ol I l lI 3

in his black art. N Among the Sunday arrivals at the Citra left for Fort :Myers today to I'I! __ ---- -- -- ----- q
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Ocala House were W. H. McFarland, visit his brother at Orange river inspect -- ---- -

:Mr. L. Ottensosscr. who returned I Titusville; C. C. Thomas, Gainesville; their fine orange grove and have May i lY iJ;=-T

from a New York business visit ands I D. J. Renfroe, Baltimore; A. J. Doyle a jolly good time hunting and fishing

spent Sunday with hi:: family at the I andY. L. Lumpkin Jacksonville; T. He started once before but business I

Ocala House, left this afternoon for I A. Jennings, Savannah; W. R. Brice matters and sickness in his family recalled

Gainesville. wife and son, of Island Grove; E. Me him.Biggest 'I: THE MOST PROSPEROUS YEAR

Parland Denver, Col., and Mrs. L. V.

ESTABLISHED Gold Mining Co. Knight Jacksonville. and finest school tablets i ir I

are offering limited amount treasury I __ ____ town. Ocala News Co.
-- Of Your Life
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stock to increase plant. Reliable Ii I -=: = _
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agents wanted on commission. R. J. The most complete aad mod<>rn .

Dyas, President, Stimson Block, Los Fiqe Mloilnj stock of furniture and house furnish
:! AND WHEN YOU WANT TO BUY
Angeles California. tsy ings in the state at :Mclver & Mac.


George Giles & Co.. the cotton face Kay's. I Furniture of kind Sewing Machines Wagons Buggies
SKilled WOrKIl1eq
tors, have purchased several houses at Mr. and Mrs. Buttgenbach. of Holder [ any ,

Marti City, torn them down and with On came up this afternoon and left fo:: Carriages Harness Saddles or .. ..
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the lumber will erect a cotton ware Jacksonville in company with Mr. A

house on the vacant lot opposite the ChoiccattI S. Anderson Mr. B.'s manager.

old- cigar- factory on- Osceola, street. : Builclers'Stl.pplies ,

I have a very complete line of Fall TYLER'S MILK

For Samples, also a big stock of Piece : Go to

Watches Goods for Suits and Trousers. Call No dairy in the state has the per.

V fected arrangements and equipments!;;
and have
and
andRepairs see my samples your
to give clean, milk as ha:!
measure taken. Seventeen years in you pure AND

the business should learn your needs. Tyler. When you drink it you knov; MCIVER MACKAY i

you are imbibing the cleanest am
-GO TO- Respectfully,

G. B. WEIHE I i Jetty Burnett, best to be had. Leading Furniture Dealers of Central and -

LEGAL BLANKS .

'\ The Jeweler, Merchant Tailor. All kinds of legal blanks for sal*'I ,Southern Florida < -- .

Ocala, \ Florida I One Door North of Mittert' by the Ocala News Co. .


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rI THE PEARL OF THE ANTILLES ]i tention is paid to the formalities of 1 1
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rI I life. When New Year's and Christmas DR. FENNI..w8 Ithenmatism., ,1
A SWORN\ -
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I Cuba is 730 miles long 25: nnla i i ome round it is customary to semi KIDNEY a.dti mops '
Gravel, :!;
wide at its narrowest point and 10" > jour card and best wishes to all your !

I I at i its widest, delightful J i: friends. Failure to do this is !looked : BACKACHE 1

ijfl' I I, ;i upon as a slight, and is not readily for- Bladder and .
insular climate to the entire cou Urinary Diseases. CURE 4B
t SThTEMENT gi\; <'n. The proverbs, for which the ta.itoe.tf.
I try, which will become one of th'
I Spanish language is famous are often
in the world whenproper I II I
I healthiest spots i I : quoted. One runs: "Monday, embark Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.
hygienic measures prevail. ]
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I neither on the sea of matrimony nor
for infants and Children. I Cuba's many rivers are necessarily :j ,
i This is to certify on other seas. And it is true hat
short, but like her lakes and seas teem Colored Folks' Column
Caatoria is a harmless substitute fur Cantor Oil, Paregoric I :Monday marriages are rare. Cuba j
,
with varieties of fish. Her longeariver ;
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is 1'lcasunt. It that Monday the courtships themselves are not as open
is Cauto, 150 mles long, navigable -! on I, ,
contains neither Opium>> Morphine nor other Narcotic j i as with us, yet somehow the young Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor :a
,substance. It destroys AVonns and allays Feverishness. for small crafts 50 miles. lId 'I
manage to make known their
It cures Piarrhiua and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething tallest mountain is Pico Turquino, 8320: : ; 28th day of October senti-I
Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the : I ments toward each other. Dr. Benton, W. M., of the Masonic
feet Her most beautifu val"! I
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural bleep. high. > 1901 I : Cuban girls it is the fans and the eyes odge of Ocala, left today via the S. A.

The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. i is Umuri, rivaling Yosemite in the pur- ; that talk.-Christian Herald. L. for Gainesville to represent his

The Kind You Have Always Bought beauty Her most and famous grandeur cave of is its*. ReUam scenery.ir. > chas3d of The Racket lodge at the grand lodge meeting. He

REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP was accompanied'by Mr. Frank Alexander
second only to the Mammoth Cave, in ,
Bears the Signature of Company Ocala I and others.
Kentucky. ,
I A Little Boy's Life Saved *Soup day at Ike Tompkins' ,
every
Havana After Three Years ,
I Fla. a pair of their I have a few words to say regardS restaurant. Special orders for sick j

Three years ago when the Spaniards l-1 j j : in;; Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It people.
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evacuated and the American T'l!' Tomahawk Brand i paved my little boy's life and I feel ,
The Industrial School building is
i came flocking into the JsJamL the!e ; j that I cannot praise it enough. \
I well on the way at Martin under the
was open demonstration on the pa, t penitentiary made ; bought a bottle of it from A. E. Steer
In Use For Over 30 Years. management of Messrs. Wm. Parker
of a class of Cubans to make us g t of Goodwin, S. D., and when I got to

: TMC'. er_-:" T_."ui._COM__ ."N"_. TT_MURRAY'. _: gTpttr.,- ,::>Nrw.. -.t YON(CITY.",;",: ."..:.. :, out also. They did not want us bf'.-', shoes and that I my home with it the poor baby could and the Garrison brothers.

The Spaniards in the old days canc ;, : haidly breathe. I gave the medicine *I. E. Tompkins, fish and oysters,

here to make money. It was evidt.J( I 1 have worn them continuously ;' a-j. directed'e'ry ten minutes until stall No. 10, city market, and restaurant -

that we came here with the same *" il g ,: ne "threw up" and then I thought I! 49 South Magnolia street,
FISH-EL
design upon Cuba. We were wor.- { since he to choke phone C7.
M. ever !sure was going to ': ;
than the Spaniards, and we were not '' We had to pull the phlegm out l\Ith.1 :Mrs. Hood the mother of Mrs. August -

c, wanted. That was plainly evident to'' and the uppers and ;. mouth in great long strings. I art i :: Ayers, passed quietly away Saturday .

Says: r us. Cuba for the Cubans was the cry. I i positive that if I had not got that bot- I j evening at 6 o'clock. Her funeral ,:

They sang it at their feasts, they :ang soles are still in good : tie ofcough medicine my boy wcth't i j was attended today at Covenant Baptist

it in the streets. nOT be on earth today.-Joel Demont. I church. The bereaved family has !

Come in Please and You Will Go Now we have this city with its 13\;- i condition; and it is Inwood, Iowa. For ale by the AntiMonopoly .our sympathy.We I"j I

yers, doctors and poets, without the I I Drugstore.OF wish to call your attention to il 1 l

Out Pleased millionaire planter. The free Cuban.- my belief that theyare I the' new rates on the S. A. L., found j t

are waiting almost impatiently waiting II I INTEREST TOCOLORED in another column., It is three cents

-fj; for the Americans to withdraw j i good for three, per mile between all Florida points.

,r -I- .......... Without the Spaniard's idea of fiuat.ctheir e ] TEACHERSBy
Mrs.
lost
I Josephine Smith a fine
principal idea of government h: months I request of a number of the colored -
A more wear.This gold ring. The finder will receive a
THE STn?:: IS CROWDED WITH to get their hands on the money box. ': teachers of the county, I makea reward.

and then they will bring back the good i> is fourteen call for the colored] teachers, as

THE LATEST FALL AND WINTER /// old times of profligacy and mismk-+; I many as possible, to meet at Howard I *J. E. Sharperson has reopened
his shoe shop, a few doors west of
The model of good order cleanhnt-s-- ;, months that I Academy on Saturday, January 18, I
GOODS, SUCH AS DRESS GOODS, wear j Benus Bakery, and stands prepared
1 and honest administration set by u.: at 10 o'clock for the purpose of or-
I to do all kinds of repairing at reason- _
FLANNELS, LADIES' UNDER. / means poverty to them. Frugality is' have already received : ganizing .and making arrangements
able rates.
c '1't synonymous with misery. iI j for the approaching colored state' .

WEAR, GENTS' UNDERWEAR, Under these conditions the Cuban frorr these shoes I teachers' association which is to Mrs. Lula Edwards has taken chargeof

BLANKETS, CLOTHING, HATS I peasant or farmer producing scarcely ; I meet in Ocala in April.W. Mrs. Alice Fluitt's restaurant dur-,

ll enough to meet his own requirements I whose D. Cam. Supt ng the latter's illness.
I original cost
.- AND NOTIONS. 1 : the planter with his eggs all ;In one ; I J Nickel party at Mrs.. Everett's restaurant

,. I basket-sugar, which does not brim : $1.48. I tonight.
was I
the cost of production-what, I would *Go to Rev. S. S. Bellamy, the jew-
He Who Misses the Best is Loser CASTOR I
a ask, is to become of Havana, with its I i I. P. Stevens I ery, notions, etc. Watch and clock

quarter of a million people once the For Infants and Children. repairing a specialty. Satisfaction

e er He Knows it G* Not.THE wealthiest as well as the most prof1*' Connor Fla. I guaranteed. tf 8 22
I The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
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gate city in the world? Can government !
BEST GOODS AT Rates to the grand lodge of P. A. M.
solve the problem? j I Sworn and subscribed I d "' 'i at Gainesville
to theSignature // on the S. A. L. at one

From west to east Cuba is divided i I,I of and one-third fare for the round trip.

M. FX2HEL'Snn into the following six provinces: Pi- before I
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me The Magnolia Restaurant, corneri
nar del Rio, Havana, Matapzas, S-mta
I i of Magnolia and Market streets is
Clara, Puerto Principe and Santiago. 2 903. THE OCALA PRESSING CLUB I
,', ------, -- January i I open at all hours and can furnish
Cuban Students in New York Welcome : I I! meals and lunches at reasonablerates.

nwnKnv.nnnnn Palma iI I i W. W. Clyatt I Clothes cleaned, dyed, pressed and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ruth,

& I II"KL repaired. Work done. Also ..
I neatly
Managers
A Character Study.-As the time for II
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WORMSmm
I Public.countries I ladies' skirts cleaned.
i the arrival of General Palma drew i. t I Notary I An entertainment will be given at
!'cst in Quantify. Cost ia Quality. ( I Come and give me a trial.
near, the Cuban students gathered tinder I Mrs. H. J. Riggins' on Saturday night

Fir..20 Years Has Led ailWorm Reraefe Vf[ lil1oJ.tC \ the care of their chaperons at the 'I politeness and courtesy are North Magnolia William street Gordon, ,oppositeCarmichael's. Prop.: I I in the interest of the C. M. E. church

: : ::aT ALL :r>r.Trc>cjx3TSjASSSG : hotel, now occupied exclusively by a ., found. Good breeding is not limited: 12 31 02 I L. Green -the Lightning Shaver.

Ure4 by----.um % F. B ALL&RD, St. Louis.wvvvwwnv group of. thirty students. Every student -' to any class. I Call and try his razor and you will

-- carried a Cuban flag and wore I I
not go anywhere else. Shave, 10c.
POT I Hecar.se of the manner in which tbe: ;
sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstoP3. A GOAD OPPORTUNITY
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I Cuban colors. Some were wildly ex- : houses are built, home life is easily I i l haircut, 25c.; honing razor, 25; concave -

UI __ ____, __ ...... II L.':: '__,I___ _______ I l cted some seemingly strongly stirred ': seen by the stranger. He can look r Means a success in business and i razor, 7i:c. All work first class.

I by thought of home and country. As I through the barred windows or doors I means a success in life, and it all I I! West Broadway, two doors below Be

the trolley car rounded the sharp I teaches us to know a %od thing nus' Bakery. '
I in'o the open courts where the family I i
THE NEW DRUGSTOREDR. '! curve that brought it in front of the': II when we see it. Have your clothing
this he the Mr. Giles
gathers. Beyond can see I Joseph the brother of Mr.
hotel the students rushed forward. i iI cleaned and' : in first class
j ii dining loom where the table is set, pressed i Willam Giles, is in the city.
!I reminding one of the hurried flight of I II I style at a reasonable price. If you I f fI
D. H. BROWN and sometimes get glimpse of the
a
Proprietor. *
I Excellent board and comfortihlelodging !
I a flock of tropical birds, a resemblance -! kitchen, with the charcoal braziers on !1 bought a spring or a summer suit, i

... I increased by the flags they I have at reasonable rates at them
.... which most of the cooking is .loue. why not us to dye it and makeit

Has just opened up in the LaFayette building, across I bore fluttering in the wind. As the i Few Cuban houses have ovens. Tile a first class winter suit? as we use ; Mack House. Mrs Melissa Mack,

the street from Pittman & Son, a complete, stock of fresh General descended from the car he I bread is baked at the baker's shop. the best dyes and sele dyes in the .I Proprietress.,

Drugs and Toilet Articles, which will be sold] at "easona I was greeted most enthusiastically and !I and if theie-is to be roast turkey or i Southern States. Dye in all shades, I Rev. T. J. Miller has returned from

ble prices. Also a nice line of I surrounded. Suddenly a sweet soprano -;: suckling pig, a great delicacy, the : as you can get anywhere else in the his work and reports an excellent session -

voice started the national hymnof roasting is done outside. Spaniards world. New York Steam Dye Works, .I of his conference.The .
I I'
r QL.IIA.'Y CBOOCDSI Cuba and was joined at once by ail and Cubans to the -I 63 South Main street, Ocala, Fla '+
strangers
are pastry Home Minstrel will give a fine
ask an inspection of the same and a share of the I the other students. General Palma : known American pie. The fault i I Next door to the Ocala Steam Laun entertainment at Mitchell Hall tonight.

public's patronage. Prescriptions carefully compounded. I stood with uncovered head. The uaI i which an American finds is that thereis I i dry. Admission, 15 cents. Come and enjoy.
triotic singing stirred a sympathetic i iI
no change and variety in the cook- yourself.The .
D. H. Brown M D. I chord in the hearts of the men who : ing. It becomes fearfully monoto- SULPHUR BATHS AT HOME

i accompanied the General, and of the nous. Breakfast is the same all the i schedule of the northbound day

I members of the reception committee i Hancock's train is changed and she will arrive
Liquid baths
Block Ocala Florida year around and so is dinner.In Sulphur iI i
LaFayette who I I at Ocala at 12:10 hereafter.The .
: gave evidence of their emotions.I
those:
the towns much of the social visiting are superior to ; of the most celebrated i

{ There came to all' the consciousness I is done in the plaza public sulphur springs, having the I ministers
or looking
...... --__ are worse
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of the sacrifice of living for one's I
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; park. Two or three evenings a week j, additional advantage of being made : this week than they did last. It
: try. In the clear bright sunshine of : !
the band plays there and everybody ', any desired strength. Taking medicine stormed all day yesterday and the

Fresh Meat and Game : that January morning there stood the !! goes for a promenade, during which by absorption into the system ;! church attendance was very slim.iL&LEXANDER.
| man who had dared life and death in the I
visits are exchanged and the latest j: through skin by taking medicated ,
]II the service of his 1 --- --- -
He had
country.
I news or gossip told. ; baths Is a very efficient method of ,
I We keep on hand a lull line of the best Bcd, }'(ll Mutton: and I| fought on the field of battle, he had i! Cuban: hospitality. while not lacking : obtaining a constitutional: treatment.

Sausage to be had. Game in sca"'on. Fresh Vegetables, etc. languished in prison, he had exiled : in the city. is better shown in the I j Hancock's Liquid Sulphur never fails

I I Careful attention to orders and quirk delivery made. I I 1 himself for the sake of his country, ''' country. I never found anywhere amore to cure all blood and skin trouble j Practicali

:} ; W. L. Jcnes, Prop rietcr. j I working to create friends and enthusi- j kindly people. In the interior'' For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Dru- i
i asm for her sake in the hearts of for- :; I i CARPENTER AND BUILDER
} they have no such thing as a ?parebed. : store. I
C I IT"V rv1c"t.. R I< E. _
;. : : eigners. For twenty-one years he ha I''! I
I but the wise traveler, who knows J, .: Careful estimates made on all contract
lived a stranger in foreign lands for I I
enough to take his hammock along, work. Gives more and better
-- her interests. Facing him, with eyes'! LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RY :I'
will find room for him made outside work for the money than any other
i humid and cheeks blazing, stood sixty j his First Class Service and Quick Schedules I town.
I and every attention paid to com- j man in

: SEABOARD I, young girls. exiles from their land that fort. An American ......woman who went --- -

I II I they might return to her better about through the island with her husband i; -TO- I
It ; i iI i J. A. COLYER & BROTHER
equipped to meet her needs. Perhaps'for I
told of her own exp ; -
Line a story
t Air RailwayFor me
BIRMINGHAM
I the first time the importance of : NASHVILLE, j i
I iif-iice which illustrated this hoipi ;

Savannah Columbia. (\.n iVn' Souther! }Tines, J K-ileigh, I this little group was recognized. It j tality. Her husband fixed a hammock i( EVANSVILLE, CHICAGO. 1,!+ SUITS FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP

Richmond H.dtil1wre I was fitting that the soldier hero { LOUISVILLE
Washington CINCINNATI,
I for her: and being used to it. she fell j I
Philadelhia, \L'\\' Yofwo rk. i statesman and the young women j
asleep, only to be awakened in the ST. LOUIS Material Unequaled for the Price
: pledged to do their part of the work! ;
Trains 1" Ji I II j AND ALL POINTS WEST AND f
housewife'i
Elegant >< j lof state-building should meet under |!
NORTHWEST CLEANING DYEING AND REPAIR
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the same flag of the two nations. At I
,I one blanket which the family owner*, i I
LORIDA ING NEATLY DONE
.. AND METROPOLITAN LIMITED the corner of a street that figured in I
It hurl grown suddenly cool and shehart j
!history two hundred) !:' I MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS I
SIABOARO: FAST MAil years ago. escorted ,! taken it from herself and children! I
| Fall in Great for
i by men living in houses built by j AND ALL POINTS SOUTHWEST I Samples Variety
in order that the strange lady mig.it'; J'

-rVIccern! Pullman Equipment their: greatgrandfathers, who left Ii i II I not suffer. Long before daylight she THROUGH: I Inspection
France to escape persecution the republic ; TICKETS VIA THE L
i heard the husband getting up anddipping BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEY
i of Cuba received its first public :! ; &N.
LineOperating away on his pony. He got
: Only' ,' recognition, in the person of its pres. .I .hack in the early morning. bringingsome Are Sold by All Railroad Coupon IN TOWN

ident-elect from the men who for thE'i i Ticket Agents in FloridaFor
coffee. The little household was Iout j
first time being the nation Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike
Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonvilleto represented of that ai tide and of itself woul.I'haw '
that made Cuba possible] in the sisterhood schedules rates and sleeping car
New Orleans. gotten alone a few days but hp
} of nations. ... reservations, apply to NORTH MAGNOLIA %
.ad: :trotiftn miles to the near .)t \i'-
For full information and s'cepei I lese?\at ions, ta.J! on any agent Social Life in Cuba :aif -:01('fo g toia<' in order that J. FLEMING, Fla. Pass. Agt., Next Door to Geo. K. Robinlo

Seaboard, or write Cuban social customs have many delightful .i 1 he visitor might not suffer. : 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, FlaI. j Cotton BuyerP.

.. Q. MacDONEUL, Asst Gen. Pass. Agt., Jacksonville, Fla. i[ features. As in all Latin ] Among educated Cubans much at- i> STONE. 0. P. A., Louisville, Ky 0. BOX 131


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Volume 8, Number 181 OCALA, FLORIDA MONDAY. JANUARY J2, 1903 Fifty Cents a Month,.$5 a Year



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'- .' THE TERRIFIC TAX) I i RAILROADS RAISE WAGES I II ONE OF THESE DAYS 1

DELICIOUS! FOODS Some Money I

FOR SUMMER WEATHERaIonI I
You will have to a Jj
Laid on the People, Particularly the I! Atlantic Coast Line and Seaboard Air open

I I Farmers, by Bad Roads I{I Line Give Employes a 10 Per bank account-that is, if

I s_' Been Saved '! Cent. Increase t well financially
Has I I you are doing as
.. .. BREAKFAST fOOD AND Editor Times-Union and Citizen:: II Ii i
-; My wife and I hating just completed {j The Atlantic Coast Line has increased as the times offer

I d.. : a trip from St. Louis here in an automobile i j the salaries of all its employe. you opportunity. We want

f r f',,", ,4r we can appreciate greatly in the roadway department, ncludin?
,
I those who have attended Grand
H. your editorial on the "Rich and the By our I laborers, its station agents and telegraph new business, and proposeto

_f Tfff I Roads" in your issue of January 2. Clearance Sale of Ladies' High Cut operators, 10 per cent., becoming be worth as much to

We came via Golconda, 111., Hopkins I effective Jan. 1. This increase is
Nothing coutt be more delicious, cootIngandhealttful I you as you are to us. A
Nashville, City and in keeping with the policy of the sys-
fora breakfast ville, Ky., Tracy not
summer
I but late
than a dish of r<.1'stn' served with fresh, Chattanooga, Tenn., Rome, Atlanta, I Shoes, you are too yet, as tem in rewarding good service. 'A checking account is a great
ripe strawberries anJ cream. It cooks in
five minutes.A Macon and Valdosta, Ga., Jasper. Lake I similar increase among certain classesof convenience. No trouble to
the will
2-lb package costs only cents-a following verify :
week's supply fur an average family.15 City and Gainesville, Fla. Since leaving prices employes was made by the Sea.

I Macon, Ga., we have seen nothing I board Air Line some weeks ago. keep and gives you a receipt >

i i FOR SALE BY trails-in fact have ''For for all l
THE TEAPOT GROCERYALSO I but sand seen no Frjda-r moneys paid.
roads until within a few miles of this AI AN ATTACK OFPNEUMONIA

... ". town. After making the trip, the surprising MUNROE &CHAMBLISS ],
:-: .. .. T I :': .': $3.50 Lacks' High Cut Shoes, WARDED OFF .
part of it to me is that we werp .
.
able to make this part of it without Bankers, 1
$2JO "Some time ago my daughter 1I
assistance. As you say, the people do .' cold. She I
caught a severe complainedof '
MOTHERS' OATS, Ocala Fla.
know what immense drawbackthis i
net an : it
pains in her chest and had a bad
I
HECKER'S WHITE OATS' Is to them and the country. The $3 Ladies' High Cut Shoes, Dorothy Dodd excepted, cough. I gave her Chamberlain's t

extra cost of transportation is beyond. t
Cough Remedy according to directions Governor Odell of New York says ,
QUAKER, KORN KRISP computation, and I also believe it is $2.45 ;
i I and in two days she was well! he wants Tom Platt, the "easy boss 'J I
for the prohibitive freight iI
And Other CEREAL GOODS. one reason I and able to go to school. I have used II re-elected U. S. senator. It's always 'j
rats in this state, it being impossible'
---.---. ----. $.2.50 Ladies' High Cut Shoes, this remedy in my family for the past well to want what you have to take. _
to haul goods anywhere except nearest -
seven years and have never known it
Some idea of the
shipping point. $2105
to failsays James Prendergast, >
LIVE ON YOUR OWN LAND
SPECIAL ATTRACTION
immense difference in cost is shown
merchant, Annato Bay Jamaica,
by the machine. Ours is a carriage
West India Islands. The pains in the I have desirable lot
made by the St. Louis Motor CarriageCo. Come and prove to yourself that these some building
chest indicated an attack of pneumonia 40 x 116 fronting on Exposition street
MARION ., driven by an eight horse power
a
which, in this instance, was uc just east of H. A. Fausett' store. .
gasoline engine, and weighs 1500 are the Bargains they are represented.It warded
doubtedly off by Chamber-
Will sell them \
cheap on easy pay-
pounds. On good roads it will run
OPERA HOUSE lain's Cough Remedy. It counteractsany I ments of $1 down and $1 a month until
from twenty-five to thirty miles on one costs you five cents per day to wait. ',
of cold toward
tendency a
pneu- paid. Will give a good title and
gallon of gasoline, at a speed of from _.
,
One Night Only ryr: = monia. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug- warrantee deed to each lot This la
eighteen to thirty miles per hour with -<
store. chance to site for 1
a get a good a
two passengers up. On these sand

WEDNESDAY JAN. 14 roads it will not make a speed exceeding THE W J.i CMJBERS' SHOE GO home on the main thoroughfare of

IX w eight miles per hour, and we can- HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE the city. Call before the most desirable :

not get over ten miles to the gallon of Second door from corner. Opera flou-c P.iook! Ocala, Florida. are taken. 1:1

gasoline. Hence you will see that it I ___ ---- Nice house and lot near water Call and see plat aUmy office.
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Bowman'sBIG I I-- J I II tank. Good pair of mules, two J. STARR ST NBERGER.
takes about three times the fuel to get II 1I j I
I The Wonderful Biograi at the uj- DELINQUENT OFFICIALS horse wagon and harness for sale
one-third the speed, to say nothing of I
the extra wear and tear on the machinery era house Wednesday night. You will:! I cheap for cash. Apply quick to J. J. Linen pi rooks for children, ,,
CITY SHOWThe I see more for your money than in any Tampa has another sensation; in the Ocala anMsc.
and carriage. Judging from I Tipton, Fla. 1 1 2wdwEDWARDS 10, 15, 20 Ocala News Co.
show that ever came to Ocala. Price* I report of State Auditor Knott, which
this, I do not believe I am overestimating .
I 25. 35 and ;50; cents. Scats at the P. i shows overcharges of nearly $8000 by -
cost (including, of course driver'sextra
European Mystifier 0. Drugstore. the sheriff antI other officials of Hills-
time), when I say it costs the
I bow county. The board of countycommissioners
PROF. BOWMAN farmers here at least fifteen times as
has that the B1OTERS
suggested
much to haul their product to" marketas State Commissioner of Agriculture -
Presenting a Choice Selection of o'ftending officials refund at once. But
will ShhVthat
it' would had they good roads. rcLin, in his annual report, -
Magical Experiments and he has collected for fertilizer lax these same deliqucnls are profuse in ;
Hoping you may soon have more good
AT THE CITY MARKET
of excuses and say they owe the county
roads in the state, I remain iO,2CO.Gu: : during his first two years ,
THE WONDERFUL BIOGRAPH I what will be
Now let's
nothing. see 1
office, against $14,743.79!) for the two
Yours truly, John 1... French. I
Introducing Beautifully Colored Mov- Ocala Fla., Jan. 9. years previous. A good record. done wilh them. AVe predict that Wholesale & Retail Butchets
Dissolving Views I ..J their shortcomings will meet the same I. Leading i ii
ing
fate Marion has dealt out to her delinquents I
The crowned heads of every nation..
A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY and falliters-nothing! I
The rich men, poor men and misers,
MME. BOWMAN i WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
All join in paying tribute toDeWitt's I
Kodol does for the stomach that UNCONSCIOUS FROM CROUP

Beautiful Serpentine and Butterfly I which it is unable to do for itself, Little Early Risers.

Dancer even when but slightly disordered or H. Williams, San Antonio, Tex.,I During a sudden and terrible at- CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON

overloaded. Kodol supplies the natu- writes: "Little Early] Riser Pills
tack of croup our little girl was un- FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108

Laughable Mechanical Talking Fig- ral juices of digestion and does the are the best I ever used in my family.I conscious from strangulation, says A.

ures work of the stomach, relaxing the unhesitatingly recommend them to L. Spafford postmaster, Chester,

nervous tension, while the inflamed everybody. They cure Constipation, I Mich., and a dose; of One Minute

muscles of that organ are allowed to Biliousness, Sick Headache, Torpid I Cough Cure was administered and re- Commercial BankBRANCH

Presents Given to Those Hold- rest and heal. Kodol what
Away digests
Liver, Jaundice, Malaria and all oth- peated often. It reduced the swellingand

ing the Lucky Number you eat and enables the stomach and er liver troubles." Anti-Monopoly inflammation, cut the mucus and OF '1

digestive organs to transform all food shortly the child was resting easy
Drugstore.
COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE
into rich, red blood Anti-Monopoly ... and speedily recovered. It cures
Popular Prices, 25 and 35 Cents-Reserved I
Drugstore. -- ---- - Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, and all

Seats, 50 Cents, IncludingTwo i II I II Throat and Lung troubles. One Minute CAPITAL S50.000.00

Numbers or Chances Notwithstanding the great need of II I I Cough Cure lingers in the throat

all classes, but particularly poor people I and chest and enables the lungs to INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS

for coal, and their long rest dur- contribute pure, health-giving oxygento
Nearly $40,000.000 was given to science DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS
ing the strike, most of the anthracite I the blood. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore -
education and charity during the RECEIVED.; LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT
miners took from :one to two weeksoff .
year 1902.!) Rockefeller's gifts alone : i AND SOLDHid.es
during the Christmas holidays. Ii
amount to $4,030,000 to various col If I

lees.; And, as we all know, coal oil I A man named Feito. supposed to bea

has increased in price. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS A BOX I lunatic, attempted to assassinate the

Duke de Sotomayor, grand chamberlain -
I Is the value H. A. Tisdale, Summerton PAIRS :
NEW CENTURY COMFORT to the king of Spain, in Madrid, and Furs
S. C., places on DeWitt's Witch
Saturday.
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Hazel Salve. He says. : "I had the .
Millions are daily finding a world WANTED-HIDES AND FURS
piles for 20 years. I tried many doc-
of comfort in Bucklen's Arnica Salve.It Men'sBlue !I Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, LL.D.
tors and medicines, but all failed except % cU. lb. ,
Dry Flint Hides
kills pain from Burns, Scalds, Cuts I
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. 1 Waverly Texas, writes: "Of a morning -
1I .7 eta lb
and Bruises Ulcers and Fe- I I G. S. Hides ,
; conquers It cured me." It is a combination of when first rising, I often find a .6% cts. lb. ..
I Tallow in Cakes
Salt
I ver Rheum Sores, Boils; cures and Felons Eruptions; removes the healing properties of Witch Hazel Flannel Pants : troublesome _collection of phlegm, Tallow in Barrels ...6 cts. lb. \

with antiseptics and emollients; i which produces a cough, and is very .26% cts. lb.
Corns and Warts. Best Pile cure on i Beeswax
;, il relieves and permanently cures ii !hnrd to dislodge; but a small quantity -
.
.
i Otter Skins dark $7 to $9
I earth.: Only 2;; cents guaranteed, by .ate.i Xo. large,
blind bleeding itching and protruding of Ballard's Horehound Syrup .. .$5 to $6No
No. 2 Otter Skins, large, dark
the
r -I Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. piles, sores, cuts, bruises, eczeI I 1 HEAVY \VEIGtl'! will at once dislodge it, and the trou- 1 Coon Skins, large, dark .. ....65 to 80 cts.

salt rheum and all skin diseases. ..., !1,11-! is I know of no medicine
ma. : : over. No. 2 Coon Skins, large, dark .:. ......35 to 50 cts.No. .
Anti-Monopoly Dru2St* i iI ,that is equal to it, and it is so pleasant ] .
A MINUTE OR TWO iI I 1 Mink Skins, large, dark ..$1 to $1.50

I I to take.} I can most cordially rec- Write for full price list of Hides, Furs, etc.J. .

I AND YOUR SHAVEIS I Value ommf-nd it to all persons needing a
The contract to build the two new $4
I THROUGH I I II medicine for throat or lung troubles." W. WATKINS, BRUNSWICK, GA.
cruisers:, Tennessee and Washington
I I Pi ice, 25c.; sac, $1 bottle at AntiMonopoly -
. has been given to the Cramps. They References: Your Banks, Dunn's and Bradstreet's Agencies.
t I At Drugstore.
! AY are to cost four million each, are to $2.98I- .
I -
be in and
I ready thirty-six thirty-nine !

"k M. G y\\ I months respectively and will really II i :, STRAYED OR STOLENA DAY 'PHONE 117 NIGHT 'PHONE at

be battleships with cruiser speed. I --

I very large red milch cow, some LIDDON & COMPANYGENERAL

Size white on sides not marked but has
GEM THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE We Have any ,| I
brass tips on horns. Left our barn on I

t 4' Consists in keeping all the main organs I I i iI Christmas day. Answers to name of I LIVERYMEN

of the body in healthy, regular Iaud." Former home at Micanopy.A ..
t
"; I action, and in quickly destroying the reward
r liberal for her return or notice

deadly disease germs. Electric Bit- 'ICFeI : of her whereabouts.S. ,
; I ,
r
ters regulate Stomach. Liver and Kidneys \V. I'etreway, Dunnellon Fla. Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps, Dtummerl

iWELLTHAT'S j> purify the blood, and give a. I Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. i
FINE!! s ,
= TRACE MARK splendid] appetite. They work wonders i I CORD AND STOVE WOOD

in curing Kidney Troubles, Female I I3os-toii: Fine Vehicles, Fast Horses

I Complaints, Nervous Diseases, Any length desired. Prefer ordersfor
to learn. Mules for Sale.
THERE'S really nothing i Horses and
Constipation, Dyspepsia, and Mala hard wood, but will fill all orders -
You feel experienced the first time
ria. Vigorous health and strength always Store ) for pine if preffrrffl.! Addres .
"
you use the "New Gem. By its follow their use. Only !50 cents. L. (). Pother. Box 3t?1;. Ocala Fla. 20tf Horses boarded by the month at special rate; -
simple arrangement your beard is removed -
Guaranteed by the Anti-Monopoly
"; easily and without the least -'-
. ',... Drugstore. i I c. .r S .l.l O 33.:1A... LIDDON&COI
\ ikelihcod of cutting the face. K'rd Ytii Hats tt BoutFtut.re
McCall's Bazar Patternsfor Sears the: /11te ays I
'\ $1 to $7 Per Set ,
Crepe Tissue Paper, assorted col I
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SCALA NEWS CO. ors, at the Anti-Monopoly Dragstore. I I' January are now on sale., of fl--- Ocala Florida




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EVENING STAR I THE, EPWORTH LEAGUE RUT OF THE LOOSL"I 1 TERRIBLE A DEATHOF MILLIONAIRE'S WIFE The Event of a: Life TimeIs

Notwithstanding the rainy weather, Men and women of taste and judgment r' I II
into the wonderful !I i the oppojtunity I am now offering. ,
ecstacies
over
BITTINGER and COMPANY the Epworth League of the Methodist I II go terns, textures and colors,.which are"pat-the I'I i X,: w York, Jan. 12.-Mrs. Florine I !L 11' -,. I.
Proprietors and Publishers.C. church held its "Epworth League !! You can buy of those lots /: r! '. q..l t
I fruit of the loom" But there is one ,, Henry, the wife of Philip S. Henry, a one east ;
Day" exercises; yesterday morning at II fruit of the loom I!: wealthy coffee merchant, and daughter -I I'h ['i+
; of Fausett's store for $10 to $tO at $1 i 4-!> tl;;4I I -
C. L. BITTINGJ-R, 11 (;clock. A good sized audience they rarely con- i of the late millionaire banker : ., I '- :?" 11-
and that is i .\ r --
sider
=c ; :
Editor and Business Manager.R. considering the bad weather, was on I the frail and faded 1!! Leonard Lewisohn, was burned to down and $1 per month. As soon as tl: .. ---r":1: I f; --t--

hand and the exercises were exceedingly death Sunday in fire that almost j ,. I "":"'.Ja ''-.. -
woman, old before a entirely ,L II :? r, ,'' J \ 'r.-
!R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. interesting. Dr. A. L. Izlar pre her time, Lecause __ :\ destroyed the residence of the you have paid for the lot I will build fP t ; r 4 I I' ,. -s.: ::
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Mrs. Ella ErvIn read a fine necessity compels / l I ,i. \ ...\\
- sided. paper i family at 54 East Fifty-sixth street. i r \; "", ...... ..
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I' her to work under you a house to your own order. I : ) i.. ':
Editor W. S. Smith, of Altoona, I on the department of worship of conditions, which I ir ll I Alberta Erickson, a domestic, ..hr:1" :\

came up from Inverness this afternoonand !j the League, and Mrs J. K. Wilson send her more !II IIJ i jumped} from the fourth tory window I have a number of bargains to sell in ,'I! : : I :: \ !> l
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reports that Editor J. F. Sher read another excellent paper on the Favored sister to I and received injuries from which she I j' ,. :/,,'''tf. 11 I I : ,I.i:: I' .........'l/"

wood has purchased the Suwanee charity and help department of the bed and the doctor's t j, died soon afterwards. I houses and lots. If you wish to rent ;'I ,ifJ ii N I nl\: \! .

Democrat at Live Oak and takes League. The literary department of The care.diseases / a house or have one to lent, call and iI I: 11"',;'bt i ; % I ;" 1\\1\{\' :;I :..- .

charge of the office today. The StarIs the League was outlined in a talk by which weaken and i! There is no question that the car- :11 t.':,! ,T:/ /lII'IlfY I I \

pleased to know that Editor Sher J. A. Munden. Mr. Upham, of South torment women, x,111, t loal 1 of horses received by Liddon & see me. I .'.-+....'I. _'If 'fft'j', j coPYqCnTThe

wood Is not lost to the state. Lake Weir, had been invited to ccme may in almost all j ':'0. Saturday morning is among the I
-
cases be cured by it J. STARR
and address the League on young peo I the use of Dr. l i : nest that his ever come to Ocala. ... STERNBERGER

A few nicely furnished rooms In a pie's work, as he is a great worker Pierce's Favorite ;i I T' ey areWANTED bla' ties. -

good location. Apply J. Starr Stern among the young people, but he was Prescription. 11 I

berger. unable to be present. He, however, establishes, dries regularity weak- :. FOR A CUSTOMER I I STORY of a STOVELike -

wrote a beautiful letter to the League, ening drains,heals t I

We learn from the Gainesville Sun which the leader read, and which was inflammation and To buy a farm of twenty-five to the Iron King is interesting to every woman.

that Mr. Joseph Belsinger, of received by all with much appreciation. ulceration, and + i ;t forty acres with good dwelling on it, The Iron King is a stove with a reputation. For years it has been
snan'l female weak-
nah, died i9n that city I In it he nave some excellent ad !I cures ness."I i i iibout two miles; from court house. known far and wide as the most scientifically constructed stove In use.

pneumonia. Mr. Belsinger was a vice and ideas regarding the work of writes Apply to J. Starr Sternberger. It is an incomparable cook stove-an absolutely faultless baker.
I had female trouble for eight yearS"
well known dry goods traveling man, young people's societies The presi- Mrs. L. J. Dennis of 828 East College fctrttl. i! ---- I Every Iron King cook stove has the Iron King bridge flue. This flue

being a successful knight of the road dent of the Le ague, E. L. Ley, spokeon I Jacksonville suffered. ,I Ills.sought"Words relief cannot among express the medical what j. Mr. John L. French, who made the I ailows all the oven plates to heat evenly. Every housewife understandsthe

for a quarter of a century. Some five I the grand stork and possiblities of profession and found none Friends urged When me to I I trip in his automobile from St. Louisto importance of this feature.No .
try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre ription. |
years ago he was a partner in tine dry I the League. At the close of the ser- commenced taking this n-euic-ne I weighed I Ocala and gave his::; experience during one has ever bought an Iron King and been dissatisfied. No one
pounds. Now wtigh one hundredand !
goods firm of Uhenauer & Co., of this' vice one young man applied for membership i I ninety-five fifty-six jjouwls-nion' th..n I tier weigl-.ed I, same in Saturday Times-Union n l>e.

city. He was a pleasant, genial gentleman I, in the League, and the League : before.and long I was for so death had I to would cone lie and from re.il ray ye my today I i itvl'Citizen, which t the Star reproduces I Come in and examine the stove it;elf and find out exactly why this

very popular, and his death is! will take due action in the matter at suffering. I !had internal LHnnatiul! a d.. .. 'I i in this issue, while here stored his: !' i is! so.
agreeable drain breanng'-duwu pain. al:', such
deeply regretted by his host of friendsall its next business meeting. distress every month but now I never are a machine with S. A. Standley & Co. He {I
pain-do all my own work: and am a strong and I
over the state. is load in his praise of Marion's good
healthy woman.
Congressman S. M. Sparkman, of Favorite Prescription" makes i(weak I loads. lIe said they would be a good

See Bowman, the eminent magician I our district, will please accept t''. women strong, sick women well. Accept I I thing for most of the country he j1

and prince of black alt, the opera thanks of the Star office for a quan; .r no substitute for the medicine which passed over to pattern after. His machine -
works wonders for weak women. V !I Ii Ik
house Wednesday night. Prof. Bowman of good roads information. While Ma Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be I I was sent south from Ocala. & I

will give away a number of pres- non county is thoroughly inoculate used with Favorite Prescription" whenever I i .

ents, such as a sack of flour, hams, with the good roads spirit and is show- a latative is required. I IF UNWELL I

in her faith by her works, at the I
chinaware, glassware and furniture. ? Try a 50c. bottle of Herbine, notice

Popular prices, 25, 35 and 50 cents. same time it is well to know what the FANCY riUiT the improvement speedily effected in .
rest of the world is doing along these
Seats now on sale at the Postoffice
Appetite, Energy, Strength and
Fancy apples, ba'unas: cocorinuts jour
lines which is much.
Drugstore. and cabbage at J. 'G. Ftigusun's, flex Vi-or.. Watch how it brightens the I \

M city market.WantedMen. spirits; gives freedom from Indiges- -, -
FINDS WAY TO LIVE LONG \
Han ck's Liquid Sulphur is indorsed tion and Debility! rI I -

and prescribed by many leadIng barber Isaac Story Ava, Mo., writes, Sept.
to learn
physicians throughout the country The startling announcement of a .
10th, 1900: "I was in bad health, I -
trade. A and scientific
for. all blood and skin troubles. I discovery that will surely lengthenlife I practical had stimach trouble for 12 months
I course by expert instructions, free-
Hundreds of cases of eczema and oth is made by Editor O. H. Downey
also dumb chills. Dr. J. W.
I work, lectures, etc. Years saved, Mory prescribed I
of Churuhutco Inll.hI wish to
tr skin diseases. have boon permauentl''curedbY II
it
Herbine, cured me in two
tools presented, wa.ges Saturdays, II I
the use of Hancock' state, he writes, "that Dr. King's
weeks. I
cannot recommend it toohighly
Liquid Sulphur, after all other reme New Discovery for Consumption Is board Catalogue provided.mailed Positions free. Moler numerous.Barber it will do all you claim for it." II I .

dies failed. For sale by AntiMonopoly tho most infallible remedy that I Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.PHOSPHATES I
New Orleans La.
Drug Co. have ever known for Coughs, Colds College, I

o. and Grip. It's invaluable to people HUBBARD -& MACDUFFDEALERS

Jim'Nicholas, a Tallahassee negro. with weak lungs. Having this won- OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP

wu: o stuck on the penitentiary that derful medicine no one dread Pneu- The Ocala House Barber Shop, lo- In Florida business in mining sections IN

he stole a cow in order to be sent back monia or Consumption. It's relief Is cated in the middle of the front of the is active, both hard rock and GENERAL HARDWARE, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, SCREENS, Etc.

to It. I instant and cure certain." The AntiMonopoly hotel, offers the best service in its quantities. Savannah reports her shipments iI i------ -.. .

i Drugstore guarantees line of any place in the city. Compe- of high grade Florida rock for I

ANTED-One hundred small )i every 50 cent and $1 bottle, and gives tent and skilled workmen and courteous II 1002 at 185,778 tons, and Fernand'na Urs. Dm MEic1THE

chickens, one hundred rabbits, one trial bottles free. treatment. Geo. F. Williams: I I at 185,545 tons. The market Is steadyin

thousand mice. Apply to Dr. Smith. Proprietor tone, with holders of rock firm in
* Superintendent Menagerie, Bostock The Citrus county board of commis- their views. OLD RELIABLE, YET EVER UP TO DATE MILLINERY

': ESTABLISHMENT, THAT HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME
Animal Show. 7-2t sioners received only one bid for SIMPLE COLDS

working their county convicts, from I AND HAS EVEF GIVEN SATISFACTION IN
Cease to be simple, if at all pro FOR SALE -
Taft's term as governor general of Buttgenbaeh & Co., $10 per month for
longed. The safest way is to put Handsome residence I STYLES
eight AND
I I room PRICES
th FilIplnes has about expired, and men and $5 for women. Action was
them aside at the beginning. Ballard's -
very : newly renovated, bath and toilet in
the'people of Luzon are asking that he deftired. The county also borrowed I I I
be reappointed.Cut I $1000 from the fine and forfeiture Horehound Syrup stops a coM (|II house, stable and outhouses, large TO ITS GROWING CONSTITUENCY, DESIRES A CONTINUANCE -
and removes the cause of colds 23c.:> raid and garden. Best neighborhood OF THE FAVORS SHOWN IN THE PAST, WITH AN
fund, to continue the building of hard I I
I 50c. and $1 bottle at Anti-Monopoly iI I in city. Electric lights, hot and cold ASSURANCE THAT NOTHING WILL BE LACKING ON OUR
this roads. The
out and take it to the AntiMonopoly county printing was let to
Drugstore and get a free I the Chronicle at three fourths legal I I Drugstore. I water throughout. Apply to J. Starr PART TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS ENTIRE SATISFACTION..
I Sternberger, next to the Teapot Grocery NO TROUBLE: TO SHOW GOODS AND TO TRY TO PLEASE
sample of Chamberlain's .Stomach rates. The Crystal River News want
I WANTED-Men to learn barbel 10 21 OUR PATRONS. ..'t....",
and liver Tablets, the best physic. ed $13 a month for minutes and! clerk'sreport. _..r,.
They Also cure disorders of the stomach -I Other matter, legal rate. trade. Practical course given by free i

biliousness and headache. t work, expert instructions, lectures, I Cadet Birdsey, the noted musician MRS. D. Mt HICK

A CURE FOR LUMBAGO etc. Tools presented, wages Saturdays -I who spent the session at the East Florida -

board provided. Catalogue last has returnedand Ocala Florida
Seminary ,
A cyclone cut a wide swath through -- year I
mailed free. Moler Barber allege! has again entered that school. = ._ _
W. C. Williamson Amherst
Berfien of Va.
and Worth counties, Georgia, -- -- ------- ..

yesterday, doing great damage. says: 'For more than a year I suf-- New Orleans, La. 2t His friends: here are delighted to have M IBIll Va T EM 4 T ft "iST *

fered from lumbago. I finally triedChamberlain's him here, as he is a most valuable acquisition j ,a/= Lard t

FOR RENT-House on Pine street Pain Balm and it gaveme STOVE WOOD! STOVE WOOD! I to the social end of the ca-

near school house, lately vacated by entire relief, which all other rent For Stove Wood, phone or drop a t det corps.-Gainesville News. To introduce our absolutely _

W. B. McConn. J. Starr Sternberger. edies had failed to do." Sold by ;i he card to the OCALA SPOKE AND I

..01. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. RIM FACTORY. State length of FOR RENT PURE KETTLE RENDERED LARD
wood desired.
The New Central Hotel. Bosses-;

Carlos L. Sistrunk was called to SUFFERING FROM A KICK lion at once. Will only rent to pasty !+ We will sell at retail for a limited time only:

Tampa Saturday on important legal Oysters at uame's, all stjlas, pre that, will keep a good hotel.J. I I 31b. pails for 40c. each

matters. Mr. Hyman, the turpentine man of pared by a skilled cook.Professional Starr Ste'nberger.I I I 51b. 60c. "
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Lochloosa. came down Saturday to
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Our line of soap and perfumes is have Dr. Powers minister to his: injured I :NOTICE TO COLORED TEACHERSThe !I 10tb.u u $J.t5 u

second-**. to none in the state. Wf leg, caused by a kick from hishorse. : Cards i s TRY I IT -

have soap from 5c. to $1 per cake. A few days before Christmashe __ __.n_ Marion County Teachers' As- i

Tydings & Co. proposed; driving to Ocala and went i I R. D. FULLER sociation will be organized at How- I I Florida Meat Packing Co.

into his horse lot to catch his cyan! of I aid Academy Saturday morning, January i .

. The North and West are in the grir driving horses. He walked in between i ..tf DENTIST 17, at 10 o'clock. Every colored !i At Ice Factory. Ocala, Florida.

of the Ice King, and even Florida feels them and as he did so one hors teacher in Marion county is i II .
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the chill of his presence. snapped at the other, when the bitten Office Over Munrce and Chambliss'Bank urged to be present to prepare for I i ii

horse turned and kicked at the offender the State Teachers' Association to At S. R. PYLES'I

Any one wishing to buy, sell!!, ren1 striking Mr. Hyman on the right I OCALA FLORIDA !' convene in Ocala in April, 1903. I

or lease property in Ocala or vicinity leg below the knee. He has suffered: By order of Supt. W. D. Cam. I

will do well to consult F. W. Ditto greatly since and failing to get relief: I C. L. Bittinger, Trustee. CANNED GOODS

Toph's office, Montezuma Block he came down to consult Dr. Powers ]. E. CHACE, I I I To be nutritious and wholesome \

Ocala. Fla. 10 9 d*, who made him quite comfortable Saturday I must be the best that money can buy, -i r '";
DENTAL SURSEONjOffice I SALESMEN WANTED ,
t evening. ii I -- i i and none but the most reliable, true +Tr f' .

William D. Beckett a prominent I I I i and tried brands are offered by 3. R. ,, i ... E rR:,
Upstairs Commercial Bank
I Wanted-Reliable! traveling salesmen I !
f
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lawyer of Omaha was frozen to death I BEST LINlMtNT: ON EARTH I II Pyles. Deleterious effects on the + .
Building side line. Liberal -
to early ours as
In Saturday night's blizzard. Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City Wa- i health follow the use of inferior f yT
OCALA FLORIDA I commissions to right parties. j I
ter Works, Shullsburg, Wis., writes: goods. What we sell we know are .,1.
.
TERMS, CASH I Columbus Show Case Co., Columbus, i I
/ ancock's Liquid Sulphur cure:: I"J have tried many kinds of liniment. I 3 & 12 I pure fresh and wholesome a:: they -i. ; j
r t : Ga. d '
skin troubles of every nature. Nohome but have never received much benefit are delicious in flavor, preserving the ; ;:K,1

should be without it. Ask your until I used Ballard's Snow Liniment ,'I natural taste of the fruit or vegetable : ie+
1-:. ALLK.V: yl 1. J).. Editor Lal'onusee. who has made
druggists for a book on Liquid Sul for rheumatism and pains. I : or meat.
-Of Chicago the Gainesville News such a splendid ,
phur. By Anti-Monopoly Drug Co. think it the best liniment on earth." local paper the past six months, has''.'i+ S. R. PYLES, {ice.F 7 t sEr. lrry i- -.
, c. $1 at AntiMonopoly -
severed his connection with it anal is Old Alliance Store t core L" ''
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*Abram S. Hewett, ex-mayor of New Drugstore. n..tt.l.OC\la. E\.f'\: u-s now on the staff of the Times-Union I
'1' I day p. m, and Friday a. m.
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r ?ork, and one of the best known men and Citizen. i BEDROOM BEAUTY is sometimes

,' -: z ." in the country, is at the point of death. FARM FOR SALE I II I increased 1 by: a bed different In mate-

r Half mile from city limit. Thirty- ACCOUNT BOOKS I, rial from the other furniture. Where

.' If troubled with a weak digestion. four acres rich hammock lands; fine 1 I this is the case one of our handsome
W. H. MAREAN M. D.
belching sour stomach, or if you feel spring;; freestone water; can't be '| You want new blank books for the I
I I, 'i IRON AND BRASS BEDS
dull after eating, try" Chamberlain's dried ; fine residence; clear title. HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND' first of the year. We. have them, all .

Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price. Terms on application. H. L. Reynolds -i:: SURGEON I!.! sizes, single and double entry ledg- ,,I \ :?!'ri &'3jtr* / / -* will) give the best effect with the
i : I II
25 cents. Samples free at AntiMonopoly Ocala, Fla. 14 1m dw ;j Special attention given to the treatment ers, 100 to 1000 pages, cash books :I II I smallest expenditure of money. Theyare

Drugstore. j of Chronic Diseases and Diseases day books, journals, time books, in- i,,I very artistic In design and finely

Tyler's milk Is the best, purest of Women and Children. : voice books, records time books, I Ii II I finished. The Strongest Beds Made.

Faith begets faith; believe In yourself and richest milk on the ,market. Use I i Ocala, Fla. i 'tc. All grades and prices. I
PRICE, FROM FIVE DOLLARS UP. ,/
and to Taylor's for candle .t. Ocala News Co.
go Office over Tydings' Drugstore. Ot.j j / (
'. i We have a large assortment of Oak
) fice hours from 8 a. m. to 12 m.; 1 I I -
i C.A.BTORXA.: ,I O.A.& -5 02'LI:: .An :I Golden Oak and Ash beds and V
Oysters, the best, prepared In a Bun the Ito Kind Yon Kara Always Bought from 2p.m.toSp.m. Bea j the iha Kmd YaJ:I ia{ a'nays( : Piece Bedroom Suites.
tasty manner, at the Montezuma Residence No. 60 North
Main street, i
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