The Ocala evening star

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


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


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).

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University of Florida
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Editor Stan In your evening issueof } ._ .
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v Friday, the 23d instant, I noticed -
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f a very timely article headed, "Big { ,.. ... .
Starch Product. I am pretty sure :
that the figures given therein are not 'e i to.
r overstated in any shape. I have fre .fi j '

quently suggested the cooperative
plan Floridians- for cassava starch

factories, as such is the only plan on omlng
; which such factories should be erected
,\ iss ss in order that the growers may par .. } .
ticipate in -the large profits that can BUT OUR STOCK-(
-r o'Krid You Have Always Bought, ant! which has been be made on the starch and its by-pro

in us 3 for over 30 years, has borne the sfgnatnre of ducts.In J r

and has been made under his per- there your is a weekly report of paper the so-called of same date Cas Fal and Vinter uooas are< Here

sonal supervision since its infancy sava Convention. Dr. Stockbridge's

Allow no one to deceive you in this. valuable and reliable experiments are Our Special Line This Season is

:,All Counterfeits, Imitations "Just-as-good" are butExperiments very interesting. There is only one

:,'.' that trifle with and endanger the health of point in the matter which he seems to MEN'S LADIES'AND BOYS' READY-ffiADE CLOTHING
have overlooked to tell the farmers ,
Infants and Children
-Experience against Experiment
about and that is "the manure in solid -
and liquid form, that the farmer will
;: t. obtain from the animals he feeds and
,' What is CASTORIA fattens," which amounts to a great MEN'S: 1 CLOTHINC ,
deal for his land and saves him so

' : Castoria in a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric much in chemical fertilizer, whereas if
f'" '' Drops and Soothing S y rn l s. It is Pleasant. It he sells all his roots to a starch factory M E N 'S SUITS !I I Blue Serge-.-All wool *| OnI
he back his lands I
..' contains neither other Narcotic gets nothing on worth 12.50 to ft 5.00 at'I
Opium, Morphine nor
from the cattle
roots. The feeding of '
substance. Its is its It Worms 'Vol'sted-All @ : Blue Serge---All wool S
age guarantee. destroys sheep and hogs is therefore the most Fancy Striped 11 Un fill

: and nlLiyrf It cures Diarrhoea and AVind profitable one for the grower. No wool, worth $12.50 to $15 at *S .U I worth $11.50 to $13.50 at OaUlJWe

Colic. It relieves cures Constipationand doubt Dr. Stockbridge can give your
Teething Troubles
readers an Idea of the value of the ex Fancy Striped Worsted also have a full line of middle'p rice t
Flatulency. It assimilates the Food<< regulates the, 1 0 no
crements and liquid manure from '
Stomrch ;and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep animal so fed. any worth $12.50 to $14.00 at I Ien s Suits, such as 3.25, 3.75, 4.00

Tho Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. One of the speakers states, he has Black Clay "Torsted-.AII woolworth 1 4.50, 5.00 and'8.0J. Don't Forget our
demonstrated "that cassava can be 1 0 no
Suits in all and Sizes.MEN'S
produced for less money than any per $12.50 to $15 00 at are Styles .

GENUINE ,CASTOR! ALWAYS son is willing to sell it." Does he per-.
Black 'Vor ted-
haps expect the farmers to sell their Clay 7 Co PANTS

Bears> the Signature of products at cost price and get nothingfor worth $10.00 at. r
themselves? That would be rather Of the above we have a full lino anti in

too much expected. Further on he Blue Heavy: Flannel---All woolworth 9 o I the latest P attorn- We have them for' .

says that cassava starch must contest $11.00 to $12.50 at ,.tl the Business Man Working Man and
with the Irish potato of the East and I .
the corn of the West and therefore he Blue Clay Worsted--All woolworth for the Dressing Jan. The.Juan wo .
cannot give more than $5 per ton for 1 0 00 I
# cassava roots at the factory.I 12.00 to $14.00 at I cannot fit is not you. '

a believe the production of potato .

The KM You Have starch is now much larger in the West
Always Bought than in the East, which, however, cuts BOYS' CLOTHINCVe :
no figure. But to say that cassava

In Use For Over 30, Years. two starch products-such has to compete is against all nonsense these, \ make no wild statement when we say that we have the Largest,. ,

THC CENTAUR COMPANY.TT WUftftAV STRICT. NEW 1OFK.CITY. and the speaker knows it, too. Cas-
r .- -ono --.... ..;-t'c.' .-' .. -... ....a_ ,.; sava starch is used where corn starch Best and Cheapest (for the quality) of BOYS' SUITS and -
.. could not be used to any advantage or

not at all. which may be gathered PANTS in Central Florida.Ve have suits at 75c to $6.00 >
from the difference in the prices of

the two articles. Corn starch is quoted Pants at lOc to 8150. All the latest
1/ s in New York at $1.65 per hundred patterns. .,..t.fJ
pounds; potato starch at 3% cents a
1 pound for domestic goods: tapioca A. .

1U Happy old age (imported, which is the same productas LADIES' .CLOTHINC
cassava starch), at 4% cents per
pound; wheat starch at 4% to 6 cents '
Ni i ty,a Many women who have enjoyed} 'good per pound. These quotations are in CAPES-All: Kirds and at Prices i never before' so LO\''U. JACKETS--Only( of

health reach the all their age life of forty-four.begin to fade They when grow they large it will lots.readily From be seen these that official neither figures po the L itest Styles: and- at pries thatill] make you wear ODe COME and SEE THEM

nervous and irritable and suffer with sick- to-d line of silk\Uaist in the and
headaches. Their livers are torpid, their tato nor cassava starch have to com- WA 1'P- te state, "Iprices

digestion They impaired are and experiencing their bowels the are pete time against tapioca corn brings starch.a higher At the same price unequalled anywhere Some; .at $i.S o. $3,oo, $4 oo, $5.00 and $6 oo, in Flannel, S;feel]

the"change cessation of life.of' the And menstrual it is not strange habit after that than potato starch. The imported tap- and P 1caieVairts.' We also Lend (.)ih .'rs. 'SKIRTS 1 i -We. have the latest ot the:

thirty years operation should disturb the oca is not nearly so fine as the best SATIN BRILLIANTINE SERGB
such SATIN-LaineT.4Fl'1JTA SILK
:: system and tax the strongest constitution. cassava starch, such as I made at De- day, as ,
i This woman trying who uses period Wine has of terror builds for & Land several years ago. The same and the l Famous RAINY DAY SKIRT \Ve h ive the most assorted line of BROCADE

up her strength and prepares her for the quality should therefore bring even #' \\ ]have kvs
\,.., ordeal. When the change of life is not higher prices than the tapioca. The Skirts in Ocala WR A PER J- 't: too many i-1 begin to quote p+

.r safely invalid.passed Slumbering,a woman disease quickly becomes germs are an manufacturing expenses for cassava Come :and Examine Them We know i if( you look now you \\ I ill;l be our future customer

% rt ".. K ': given increased activity and they appear in starch are no higher than such for po

\ ... *, Cardui aggravated regularly"farm. when If you approaching take Wine the of tato starch and may be put down safe F.'r Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Shoes WATCH NEXT IN E E K S A D. .,

.+tL" change of life you will be assured better ly at half a cent per pound of starch 4
health than have en before. obtained. The yield of commercial
r you
A happy reward.old shire. Campbell restful calm was Rill cured be starch from cassava should not be less Our New Motto is tti'SEI-L AND NOT KEEP.
after suffering three years with"change than 20 per cent of the weight of the
. .... of life." Thedford's Black-Draught,the roots. Besides the profits so derived,
> comp *ion medicine of Wine of Cardui, there is a good deal of money in the
digestive assimilates liver with and it kidney perfectly affections, curing pulp, as well as in the wash waters. THE BOSTON 'S1 ORE

and throwing impurities and disease There surely need no difficulty about
germs out of the Both
well woman the weight of the roots. The roots
together make a and happy>
should be dug and thereafter allowed
RELREE to remain for some hours on the OPERA HOUSE CORN1 J I). OCALA FLORIDA.
.. J@rdQi ground so that the damp sand will fall -
off easily; then put roots on the cart

or wagon weighed and unloaded, after
Yoraas' Lauren Oo./fi''O.; 22,1899.I MacKAYLeading
Sept. &
liana reccjfimended your Wine of which the cart is reweighed with the ,
Cardni and Thedford's. \: 131ack-Dranght remainder of the sand in the cart that It.t
to several of my lady friends,and I can say they Are whtyyou recommend themto 'I has fallen off in transport and hand-
be. I have been suffering three years with the ""change life i ," and I did i.
1 not get anything that would do me any good; until i I tried your medicines. give ling. Of course a small per cent. of
thanks to Wine of Cardni and you,for it relieved me. Mrs. D. H. CAMPBELL.> i sand or dirt will always remain on the Furniture Dealers OF. .

'1 1'' */*_ for&dTlee In e6IIel" reql11r1ng special d1rectIon.address; roots, and the factory must make its ,
The Ladles' ,'
\ 11m" a m D tome Ad1'11OI7 Jlff.&I'tUlelil t
;JIo....o,,i X The Chattanooga Medicine Ca._ ,ChAttanoop, ,TeUl. calculations accordingly as to price to
sir be paid. This is the case everywhere
',.4 T'. x :c .. with potatoes and beet roots, etc. Central I and South Florida

. .,a,; ,. ... -= : =-_-:,._ =-'--=- However, when the roots are to be
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; shipped by rail or water, the actual
weights should always be taken at

1; 4v. Florida nt{ y i Wtst ..rn Meat )easily place Europe of lose, shipment as from the ten roots, same per or tubers is upwards done may in CARRY THE LARGEST, STOCK OF FURNITURE IN THIS SECTION. OUR PRICES ARE TO SUIT ALL.

.. I ..--:;, '. in weight from time of shipment till WE BUY A GREAT MANY GOODS IN CARLOAD LOTS, AND BY THIS METHOD SAVE OUR CUSTOMERS -
r .e -.
.;;.', .l,'" ,,; .. they are weighed at'factory, the loss
',of;V :$:BE"EF, PORK, MUTTONJy. Ala;. .FiSH, POULTRY, SAUSAGE, VEGETA arising from evaporation. The sug
. gested washing of the roots I do not
". ", S f:, '. ,.. ,- /jU BLES and EGGS- .. think would answer at all. It would AND SEE THEM. IT WILL BE A PLEASURE TO WAIT ON YOU WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT.IN .
*\ *. J" >" 4' cause a great deal of trouble and ex
and furthermore, the moisture
theMarket pense
i;Eyerythirif feiM' in Line I or water adhering to the roots after THEM.
> I the washing would more than balancethe LEADS ALL OTHERS. CALL AND INSPECT
.ft1( .? *V"-T i TRiATMENr \ small amount of sand removed. .
.l will obtain "hardfeed
w .. ; :t'-- How the speaker
.+ ,.:. _.,... l.'':' "' ,9', v' .." '_. '- cakes" from the pulp I cannot Wagon.s Buggies Harness EtclI

"to..,. ,.-x'\i." ..J' .... 'W DA.V'I-S. see.Three ,
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when I at first
..;.-t. i ........" .4 years ago established : 8AME

,t ', .t? 'TEL'E, .HG.R 1E78. e pITY MARKET $6 per ton delivered at the factory HARNESS, SADDLES, ROBES, ETC., IN TOWN. BUILDERS' MATERI ALS OF ALL KINDS. WALL PA
:- .7. .. there was no market yet for the home
t. f: product or cassava starch; in fact, PER. PAINTS AND OILS.

;: >;f s 'VFSTI mtD.JS 'ii.BhARD such was entirely unknown, and peo AND EMBALMERS DEPARTMENT ENTIRELY SEPARATE. ,
_...., ,r ', ple were afraid to try it, all of which
; jI I explained to the farmers, saying that '_
:' I t '1M1.Eb! :> AlftUNE in another year, if the market priceof WRITE TO OR CALL ON
warranted it,
the finished products
t' "p 4 they would be paid higher prices. At MACKAY OCALA FLORIDA.,
-;* J.'TqA1.J: :' that time I was figuring on obtaining
if' '-# about 3 cents per pound for the starch, THE PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHING

- .. '. r ''DOUBLE, DAILY SERVICE..,.. .. -- -- -- which would have left a handsome
i -- -
.r.--- tre
... .. ''S.AL, :.liaiir 7ay. profit. Yours respectfully, .
B. Remmers.
') : i+Air Jacksonville. 9:30a.m. 3:55 p.m. .). A. L. Railu'ay.Lt I i .
y. 4-Ar. hafna'I1:30 a.m. '5:50 p m. IT SAVED HIS LEGP. In another column of today's issue(I AND BICYCLE
$ ;:
i Ocala .. 11:52
X15 a.m a.m. i SUPPLIESI
.,_' :' ._At;Savannah; 1:50 p.m: 11:50 p.m.z Jacksonville appears the advertisement of the won I
Ar 9t30 a.m 3:55 p.m. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga.,
.,'- ..ArbCoJunilia 5:35: p.m. 4:36a.m.
: + : : : 'Lv Jacksonville 9:30: a.m. suffered intensely for six months witha der book of American publications E I ,
. C'aibden, 6:43 6:43 m.
; :. ."r' '; Ar: : 1000p.m.: p.m. 10:05a.m.: Ar Lake City 11:30 a.m. frightful running sore 'on his leg, of the acme of the compilers' andprinters' Kinds of Repair Work Done
.. S'uth'n.jPines!
r d Raleigh ,'-*" Hi37p.m.: 11:50: a.m. Ar Live Oak 12:19 p.m. but writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve art, where mechanical excellence Promptly .
l i : i-fir'Heixflfirsoii';Art; 12:48: a..m. 1:10: p.m Ar... Tallahassee ,3:38 p.m. wholly cured it in ten days. For Ul literary perfection and the ze
tS ; :.L-- Pain nith of of detail are combined OLIVE, ORIENT, CLEVELAND AND
, 4:13 cers, Wounds, Burns, Boils, or accuracy
'.. ':;,, f+_\Oo .\..;. 4 0!t'Ar/Petersburg.;'Ar.-Rtchl&o: 'f* .... *5:03a.m.: a w. 'W.38 5:35pjn.p.m. L. & N. Railroad. Piles it's the best salve in the world. in a volume of over 600 pages,'l ELFIN'
: Only 25c. Sold by Garrett & Gerig, that sells at the popular price of 25 \
:t: ., p -. ':'' */. ""'Fauns, vania ,Railroad.Af .i Ar Ar Pensacola Mobile 11:00; Druggists. cents. !I I JUVENILE WHEELS

,:r Washington$ S:45 a.m 9:30p.m. Ar New Orleans i:40 a.m. We refer to the New York World!I, MONTEZUMA BLOCK, OCALA, FLA.
.Ar, Baltimore- 10:03 a.m. 11:25p.m. BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! Almanac and Encyclopedia better

.. .>Philadelphia 12:2'; p.m. 2:56 a.m. S. A. L. Railway. We will have some books for the known as "The Standard American
'f. '' ,'At New Yot1 3:03 p.m. 6:13a.m.- holidays on Tuesday bought at a low Annual:' i
'I' ... i I I Lv Ocala 12:58a.m. 1:41 p.m. And so it is. It is more to Ameri
"" $. A. L.' RaHway. Ar price and will be sold the same way. : PACifiC RY1
; Tampa 6:30a.m. 5:30p.m. limted. cans than is "Whittaker's" to the Bri- MISSOURI
:bcala '4:15 11'5 Call early as the supply is
.j v. ; a.m. a.m. Ocala Music Co. tish.The !
.ArPortsmouth. 7.00 a.m. 5:50 p.m. 1901 volume is now ready for

Magnificent" Pullman service North an ,.South' ; also from Jacksonville to ROOMS TO RENT I the public and by special arrangement I BEST L INE TOMISSOURI M
New Orleat Dining'car Savannah to Camlet amVJRichmond to Now, York.r with the publishers we offer it
N. Y. P..&.li'. R. R. leaves Nor folk daily for Philadelphia and New York. Inquire of Mrs. C. A. Haines, second i| in connection: with one year's subscription ; and KANSAS, to COLORADO, OREGON and CALIFORNIA -

to Steamers leave Norfolkdaily exci,\ht) Sunday for Baltimore and New York aid ward. i to this paper at $1. !: '. ..

dally for Washington, + : Send in your coupons daily. The INFORMATION APPLY TO .
CASTOR.lA.Bu" a proper interest will not be maintained FOR MAPS AND OTHER

Allen, Gene LPas'tr Agent. ,}>MacIKia' ll, Asst.'Gen. Pass. Agt, toe 1ha Kidd Yon Hal /Always Bought t unless: this is done. i I. E. REHLANDER ,- '0.;<,. -"_:::.' --:
z tsmouth Va. JacksonvIlle, Fla. : Don't hold back coupons. It Is :
Slgnatnro Y#4-- your T. P. A., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. .
John Adder, : .t, Ocala, Fla. W. W.;Ebndon",- Ticket Agent. IIf not fair to the other contestants. i I IIi I

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.Number 154 'q

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A Chance That the Distinguished Nebraskan -
GENUINEAlligator. Secretary Wilscn's Opinion of Florida <
Bread is the Staff of Life-Then Why Will Serve His .

Not Have it Good Country Tobacco I 11
Lincoln, Dec. 13.-William exhibit at Paris was
We have the F. S. Patent Flour that Jennings one of the largest and most complete
I r Is specially a Bread Flour and it sure Bryan is going to represent Nebraskain (BROWN) exhibits which has ever been made
. ", ',>'-a ly is good. We.sel! it on strict the United States senate. He will It contained 2000
a guar over samples, representing Wholesale & Retail
be Price
". elected at the session of the legislature Leading Butchers
'. antee that it will make as nice bread in January D. E. all the commercial types and[
and rolls as it'Is possible to have. Thompson ads of tobacca
gl produced in this!
.;2 J,;', In addition to the above we are exclusive also It is of stated Lincoln will be his colleague. I ( Ifd) country, including the various export r
on good authority that :Mr
;:{: agents for the well knownBallard's types and our domestic manufacturingand WESTERN MEATS, FISH AND CEDAR KEY OYSTERS RECEIVED
'. Bryan is to
;.- receive the five necessary J f' ":!_c* *,-,'
cigar types. Two very' important EVERY DAY
.':. ". Obelisk Flour republican votes. These votes are to V .
points came out in the '
of the
f come at the dictation of Thompson, I jury. The --- .. -:
Which needs no recommendation, as it f who has thirty votes absolutely Florida-grown Sumatra tobacco
is well established and known in every pledged to his control, and he fears a We'll seta purvou against was 18 awarded points for 20 the points of merit CHOICE FLORIDA ,- 1EATSCelery : :...
tobacco submitted
household where it has been usedas deadlock in case the legislature triesto aside .
for tillChristmasifYau'l' from the island of Sumatra,
being first
class in elect candidate with himself
every respect. any of
and the Florida-grown leaf admittedly and AM Other Vegetables in Season
Don't was _
spoil the '
your Christmas Cakes, same political faith. Bryan is the
Pies and Dressings by getting some only man upon whom the fusion forces! let a thinner leaf with much more FREE DELIVERY .'
Flour that is perhaps a few cents lesson can unite. Bryan has consented to bea us. elasticity.leaves It took twenty-five more TELEPHONE! ., f 108.
in the slxteenth
a barrel, as it is economy and a candidate for the place. -inch size to .-. -- -- ------ .... I
I make "
a pound of the domestic than .
more satisfaction to use Si?
the best. It goes farther. OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT Box of the foreign-grown leaf. This is a I ESTABLISHED JAN. 17. 1897 -'if*
matter for
congratulation, and will un
In making
your list of Vegetablesand "I
doubtedly secure a name and a market
Canned Fruit for the Holidaysthat Every one who can possibly do so, foGoat r the Florida product, which, on ac '
you need, don't forget that the should attend the library benefit at count of the prejudice for foreign MUNROE AND GHAHBLISS }

ROYAL SCARLET BRAND the opera house tonight. "Trial by grown products, it would have been ., "'_
Jury," the thrilling operetta, will be difficult to secure for the Florida crop. Bankers
IS PAR EXCELLENCEThey produced by the best local talent, and Y Apollo J The bright yellow tobacco of North -

an evening of unalloyed pleasure is as Carolina was awarded the same num
are as fine as can be put Incan a sured all who attend. Come out and Brownor ber of points as the Turkish tobacco 0CAL: FLORIDA .
and ofttimes much nicer than the help the good cause. Only 50 cents wth; which it came into competition." "

.fresh considered.articles. Price way down, quality for reserved seats.ASTRONOMICAL. RECEIVE DEPOSITS HAVE MONEY" TO' LOAN |


For which we. are exclusive agents have a set of Trouvelot Charts, To be bound hand and foot for years SMALL ACCOUNTS RECEIVE THE SAME ATTENTION. AS.BIO ONES -M
have always stood the test and were with Manual; fifteen in the set and by the chains of disease is the worst
found to be the most uniform in qual published at $60 by Scribner. form of slavery. George D. Williams, SUPPORT YOUR HOME BANK. IMRS.L.T.TOMPKINS
ih"-and best goods to buy. Our price, $11. Ocala Music Co. Other Kinds at Smaller Prices. of :Manchester, Mich., tells how sucha -
Come in and slave was made free. He says: I r .
make your Christmas J. M. NEELY Ocala .
Fla. .
"My has been
selections from the so helpless for five
many Different varieties
FOR REN'tDesirable
of goods we have-Jams Jel- The Shoe and Hat Man years that she could not turn over i in
flies, Preserves bed alone. After using two bottlesof :?
furnished Ockla '- i
rooms on .
: Electric Bitters, she is wonderfully) .
Dried Fruits, Nuts, Raisins, Figs, Pic box waha 937.avenue. Apply to post office TICKETS FOR CHARITY BALL improved'and" able to do her own I I

work. This supreme remedy for female -DEALER IN-
kles, Relishes, Sauces, Tickets for the hospital charity ball diseases quickly cures nervousnESS -f3

. Olives SERVANTS FURNISHEDThose and supper, to be given at the armory sleeplessness, melancholy, head r
New Year's Eve, have been printed I ache, backache, fainting and dizzy. FINE AND FASHIONABLE 'I_
And in fact anything you need or could wishing to secure servants, and are on sale at several places in i spells. This miracle working medicine i
possibly think of. Seeing is believing, can do so by applying to N. A. Hill, the city and have been distributed is a godsend to weak, sickly, run down
so call to be convinced by seeing these city. Box 1000. 25 cents will be among the young ladies of the "Push" pe ople. Every bottle guaranteed. MILLINERY 5
goods. charged for the service. who will call on you and ask you to Only 50 cents. Sold by Garrett & Ger- *
We have received another lot of 100 buy: and how can one refuse so fair a ig Druggists.

dozen Hearth Brooms and Parlor's., consisting Prices of can't Wall be 1, ST. LOUIS SLEEPER supplicant supper will? be Tickets$1 each to and the to ball the'sup and M w nn @liL mfJ1! 1)f1) 1 .tl !p 1tJ S .mow

TT. per alone 50 cents. Respond liberally. GO TO HALL FOR IT
by any other dealer in the Via Seaboard Air Line f
city. Each Broom speaks for itself. Railway The supper will be a full and first .mWlr.i=
We have the Goods, the'Quality and Beginning November 25th the Seaboard class repast. If you are looking for something i in b
the Quantity, and the prices Air Line Railway will operate: -- the Green Grocery, )Fish and Oyster? OPPOSITE LIDDON'S STABLE
are second -
to none. Come and see us and a through sleeper Jacksonville to St.I line, go to Hall for it,' without looking OCALA, FLORIDA
Louis, via Monticello and Montgomery elsewhere. tf .. .
see that we do and have just what we .
say. calving Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
and Montgomery at 8:10 a. m., arriving -
Yours for more business, FOR SALE OR RENT
St. Louis 7:44 a. m.

THE TEAPOT GROCERY Desirable residences and cottages i indifferent HOLIDAY JEWELRY

-- JUST RECEIVED f y i parts of the city, almost any ,
size or style desired, for rent, and willsell
A SUPREME COURT DECISION i j I Something new: Fox's Nutted; on most advantageous terms.

I I I Dates. Delicious. At Dame's only. y '} A Have you property to rent, or do you THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND BEST .
Upholds the Cause of Polk County desire to rent property either case, ,
ProhibitionistsThis $4000 DAMAGES apply to,S. D. Moody, in city.building STOCK OF JEWELRY

is a case in which the plaintiffin
1896 sought a license to sell liquorIn The Atlantic, Valdosta & Westernrailroad OPEN ALL NIGHT China Cut Glass \
Polk county from the county: commissioners in Jacksonville, in entering Silverftelties etc
but being refused on the the city crossed John t?. Christopher'swater'lot. We have a night phone, number 73,, ,
ground that the election of 1894 on I The condemnation valuation and render willing service at any hour *

the question of license or no license was set at $1700, which Christopher THE WAY CANDY of the night. Ask your physician to That we have carried in .years is jioryv
had snown the citizens to be opposedto declined to take, asking $10,000.brought ). call us. Garrett & Gerig, _

license, addressed himself to the suit and after two days' trial IS DONE UP Postoffice Drug Store.LADY exhibition. our Store and is attiactr; .
circuit court judge for a mandamus to a,jury awarded him $4000. Does much to sell it to those ,

force the commissioners to grant the who ing the attention of the
license. The circuit judge, on hearing THE MODERN MOTHER are guided by appearances. Our TEACHER WANTED apprecia- -
argument, issued the mandamus. The boxes are as tasteful as such thingscan
Has found that her little i improved A lady teacher wanted to instructfive tive Christmas
commissioners were represented by ones are be, but we want cur Confectionery Shopper.
more by the pleasant Syrup of children in a private family in the
their. attorney, Mr. Eppes Tucker.They .
judged its merits. A taste is all
thereupon took Figs, when in need of the laxative ef- upon country. Salary, $10 a month and
their counsel to the an appeal by feet of a gentle remedy, than by any the test you need to make, and you board.
court. I
supreme other. Children enjoy it and it benefits find Those having the proper qualifications We have
The supreme court now reverses the oar Candy even: more than we an Unusually Pity Line of
them. The true remedy, Syrup of and references apply toStar : .,>
decision of the circuit judge, and the claim for it. T. W. TROXLER.
Figs, is manufactured the California Office.
t election of 1894 stands good againstlicense by -
for the sale of liquor in our Fig Syrup Co. only. A RARE CHANCEI CHINA -

r county. 300 IN CASH PRIZES ..j

The election on the same question TO THE LADIES will sell my new 1900 model Monarch in
subsequent to the one brought into t Chainless] Bicycle at a bargain.Has Given away to the person guessing varied beautiful designs and patterns -;\
question by the one tested in this case Dame makes a specialty of serving the nearest to the number of packagesof
has also been recently sustained by oysters in any style. You will find a been in use less Jules than T.a month.Cohen. Dr. Thacher's Liver Medicine sold and some exquisite pieces of Cut Glass ';',

the decision of Judge Wall. So that neat and cozy dining room and courtIh eApply at Peyser's Cigar Store or at in January, 1901. Dr. Thacher's Liver
the county has triumphed in bo ous attention. Ice Factory. Medicine excels all others as a blood .
cases.-Bartow Courier-Informant. purifier and liver regulator. Dr.

WILL SERVE OYSTERS ARE YOU OPEN Thacher's White Pine Cough Syrup< is Our show cases are filled with dainty I
a sure cure for coughs and colds.
PREVENTED A TRAGEDY Mrs. J. E. Barganier, at the ClubHouse To a Fair Proposition? Call at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstorefor ".
will serve oysters in all stylesat ) a package of the medicine and fora TOILET AND OTHER ARTICLES
Timely information given Mrs. night from 7 to 11 and solicits the: .Tydings & Co. will sell you a bottleof guessing contest blank. .
George Long of New Straitsville, patronage of her friends and the public Smith's Chill and Fever Tonic and in '
Ohio, prevented a dreadful tragedy and tf Sterling Silver
saved two lives. A'frightful coughhad guarantee it to cure Intermittent, Continuous DRESS MAKING

long kept her awake every night Bilious and every other for J
She had tried many remedies and doctors [ THE HANDKERCHIEF WAVEDon't of Chills and Fever. After trying itanl Mrs. J. W. J. Hodge is prepared to Nothing makes handsomer
but do al! kinds of dressmaking. SouthFourth a or more l
steadily grew worse until
it fails in the slightest degree they
forget that on December 18th street east.FORTY '
urged. One to try bottle Dr.wholly King's cured New her Discovery. and: the ladies of St. Catharine's Guild will will return to you the amount you paid appreciated present for a girl or lady than 1

she writes this marvelous medicine I have a Handkerchief Wave at the armory for it. Why, then, not cure yourselfquicldy ; ACRE FARM

also cured Mr. Long of a severe attack cordially from invited.5 to 11 p.Admission m. Everybody free. is and permanently? You run Improved. Good land. Cheap for one of our guaranteed, gold or filled case,

of Pneumonia. Such cures are no risk whatever. cash. Inquire at this office.

positive this' grand proof of remedy the matchless for curing meritof all Caution: See that the Red Triangleis MALE HELP WANTED w ATe H-i .E: @ 1

throat, chest and lung troubles. Only50c. en every package. ;
and $1. Every bottle SALESMEN wanted to sell
guaranteed.Trial .mss 1 1 q1curc our
bottles lOc. at Garrett & Gerig's 'u.a. P FINE RESIDENCE FOR SALE goods by sample to wholesale and retail we have a nice line of them .
Drugstore. trade. We are the largest and

Means perfect fit and best wearingsocks Your choice of either one of my two: only manufacturers in our line in the i
made; 25 cents. H. B. Masters'Clothing world. Liberal salary paid. Address,
NOTICE houses. Modern improvements. Terms Handsome Clocks in quaint and J
Department. to suit. Ch. Peyser. I CANDEX'Mfg. Co., Savannah, Ga. ,
Those desiring work for the holidays!
would do well to place their ordersas pretty designs. Carving Sets
THE WORLD COUNTERS FOR SALE COLD and cough cures are numerous 1.
early as possible, as our studio is is Banner Salve. It is made from a but the one that leads all othersin appropriate for well made
always taxed to its utmost capacity a present
during this season. pescription from a widely known s kinlost Three counters for sale. merit, is Foley's Honey and Tar, a
specialist and positively is the m Ocala Music Co. which is in great demand these da and handsome.
The Ocala N. 1.Photo Gottlieb.Co., healinj salve for piles, burns, scalds, .Anti- lonopoly Drugstore. very Sterling SilverS J

ulcers, running sores and all skin diseases. Now is the time when croup and headed Canes and Umbrellas. -

HOUSE TO RENT There is nothing BO good lung troubles prove rapidly fatal. The The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore has J....
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. only harmless remedy that producesimmediate on hand for their holiday trade the 'j

Furnished or will sell good furniture results is One Minute largest and most varied assortment of A Big Stock of Silverware flat ,and .
cheap. GALA DAY! GALA DAY! Cough Cure. It is very pleasant to games and Xmas wares ever had for ,

Parties desiring anything of the In Ocala commences today at IkeTompkins' take and can be relied upon to quickly: their customers. The clerks are busy hollow, beautiful in design and works : 4-
above will please address Box 343, cure coughs, colds and all lung d arranging this stock as it comes fr :
Ocala, Fla. town. Restaurant Restaurant. Locations up- eases. It will prevent consumption.AntiMonopoly the various factories. All porch manshp and fully guaranteed. ''Fhepublic '
on Broadway, next
Drugstore.A are made direct from first hands, t
door to Wm. Benus' bakery. Do enabling this store to uphold its -
FOR HOARSENESS town: The old stand below Bazar reputation is cordially invited to inspectthe
of selling cheaper than all .
A com:
store building. You know when great variety of lace curtains! and '
you rugs:' in beautiful patterns at Mclver[ petitors. They have just openedlarge a stock.
Benj. Ingerson, of Hutton Ind., get your meals and lunches from me assortment of hand
& painted celluloid -
says he had not spoken a word above they are all 0. K. I. E. Tompkins.ttle IacKay's.CAS novelties. An .1
inspection is i invited -
a whisper for months, and one bo) to all.Foley's. q.'
of Foley's Honey and Tar restored his A clean, attractive dining room, =:J.'(:)::a.%A.. E. Burnett

voice. It is used largely by speakersand courteous and attentive waiters and Beua tielignatwe .., 1 :a KM: Ya H33 f!".!ys BOGgI'.1 s ,.cL7 .
singers. Take no substitute. AntiMonopoly tables supplied with the best, at the ,rl. 4 dIIr ,., Honzy toad Tarhesls '
/ The Jeweler -
Drugstore. Railroad Restaurant ";'s..aJ;%6/dd4< fangs &n&stops ib$ c&b. -' c'. .;- J;5

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OCALA OCCURRENCES Weather Forecast for Central Florida OFFICERS ELEC

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f HELP PO YOU Mrs. P. C. Davis is quite 111. (Courtesy of Postmaster Groves.) held Conconlia them regular Lodge No.monthlylast 181, w ;- -j -' 4 ,

y Dame is prepared to serve oystersin Jacksonville, Dec. 14.-Fair tonight, nigh': and elected officers' f = Mr --
t exctpt rain in central portion colder !
; : ensuing year as : Frate _
: For honest treatment and a speedy cure write any ia northern and central portions. Saturday .I Master, E. P. Thagard; Justice," W ;.ryr
fair, colder and probably light Gary b: William Batchelder
J. L. Leitner, of Dunnellon, was in ; ercy ;
tiL or frO to Dr. J. Newton Hathaway whose the city yesterday. frost in northern portion. Moore. I Truth, D. J. E. Chace; Guide R. E. : -

givat reputation is a sufficient guarantee of Yonge; Guard, C. H. Dame; Sentinel, f,:}.
Fresh Cedar Key;. oysters in all CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED S. D. Moody; Secretary, T. E. Biggs;
satisfactory results. Consul tation0fij2Si Free.CoatiactvJ styles: at Dame's. Treasurer, Vernon Clyatt, Stewars, Z. 3'd

with Local Applications, as they can- Treasurer, Vernon Clyatt; Stewards,
cr Ilercld- : o r1t.J Weak BaC14 Col. J. L. Young, of Plant City, is not reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Z. C. Chambliss and C. K. ,
II 00 d Poison tyS.::;.:::::,., In 4:11:3: Kidssy t!.... Urinary PalIlful.Din- stopping at the Montezuma. is a blood or constitutional disease The applications of eighteen Sage. 't ,1.t -
ritTn! Trenae::Hloody; or Milky Urine new
terrible stages: produric? C9ri>cr-otorcJ! '
spots on face or body: uttl ulcers on t':> :::Ha.-tioaul: c... oses. : of the: heart, Lungs, Parks' unmatchable dryYoaft coffee, and in order to cure it you mint I members were read and approved.
tongue,in the mouth! cr throat: (.lIlc1 out t f IJvraal; Stoma ,i; also Catarrh, Rupture, the best by test, at H. Masters'. take internal remedies. Hall's Ca-;This will make the membership of the
thet&lr or eyebrours.: decay cf Da: r.Csh cr I..u'umltlsl"! P: 's, Fistula aid all Blood tarrh: Cure is taken internally, and !: lodge 164 the largest by far of any
bones completely and forever eradicatedwithout and Skin! IMs-aso! i and all! Female Diseases The latest thing in music! cabinetsand acts directly on the blood and mucous ; white lode between Tampa and Jacksonville

the use of Injurious drug: *,leaving accordinrr to the latest and best parlor cabinets at Mclver & Mac- surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not : no order excepted. Installa- Y tii i..r., rc
the system in a pure, strocs and healthrectlwd3 known to medical science. Kay's. a quack medicine. It was prescribed tion of officers will take place at regular r

ful state. 'i Treatment f yeorrespon.V. by cue of the best physicians in this meeting in January.A .
or enlarged: veins, which! orne dewoalaayssuc Robert for and is
Frederick, of the Cummers country years, a reuglar communication was read from the ;
ailCOCGie lead to a complete Ins cf cessful. Write fr frnet ooKust i-ubllshed and Railroad, has been in the city for several prescription. It is composed of the J Woodmen of the World lodge in this 4 ,
bl.nk if cannot calLJ.
sexual also Jlyrtwok'! Oonorrha-a, Symptom yoi sr l Js
power; days visiting his parents, Dr. and test tonics known, combined with the city to participate in the unveiling
) Gleet.Stricture I'rlrato2ud\'l'Dcre:1: NEWTOH HATHAWAY, M. D. &
Mrs. Frederick. best blood purifiers, acting a. ;
Diseases and Weakness r.t men quickly! llaihawiir&Ca. directly ceremonies at the grave of deceased ;
" fib 25 ISr)J.U Street, Savannah,G iFIE. on the mucous surfaces. The perfect Sovereign H. K. Smith, which was officially
."\T1U. all l-APKH WHEN WHIT1Jla.T Nunnally's candies, always: fresh, com 1ination of the two ingredients is accepted. Several new members

and only GO cents per pound, at Gar what produces such wonderful resultsin being present for the initiatory rites,

rett & Gerig's Drugstore. curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials they were given a ride on the lodge MSIRUPOFHGS

I free. F. J. Cheney & Co., goat.
\ T. H. Murphy agent for the Harry Props., Toledo, 0.

0 DECORATION AND SHOW' Ward Minstrels, which will appear in Sold by druggists, price 75c. SHOULD BE STOPPED
city at the Marion opera house Dec. Hall's Family Pills are the best.A .
19th, is in the city, billing the town for Ac
his About 10 o'clock this morning, when Hr/lJ/lolly 8Jtdbol/1Jtft
company. CORRECTIONIn the train from Homosassa was due,

Biggest of Them All Have you tried the Railroad Restaurant the hacks and drays had accumulatedin Cleanses the System
under the present management? the account in yesterday's issueof the street between the Ocala House

If not, lose no time in doing so. the hospital work it should have and post office so thickly as to completely Gently and Effectually)
been Miss Tathan. instead of Miss blockade the street for several when bilious or costive.Present'inthemostacceptable'fam.

We regret to hear that C. M. Haw- Trantham, who did such good work minutes. The reporter saw several

kias had a fall this morning and hurt for the cause. Miss Tathan is an aunt buggies 2nd carriages, one or two of

0 GREflT EXHIBITIONOf } himself severely. of Mrs. Schrieber, and while a compar them driven by ladies, compelled to the laxative principles of plants

ative new comer, her deeds of kindnessand turn and drive around the block. The Itnoirn to act most beneficially.
John Vereen OT the Railroad Restaurant
charity are known as many. hackmen and draymen often congregate -
: believes in giving his guests
on the corner between the Ocala
the best there is to be had, and his There is no better table set in the House and opera house to such an extent TO GET ITS BENEFICIALEFFECTSBUY

dolls, toys, china, jewelry, books, notions tables are. always supplied with some city than at J. H. Vereen's Railroad as to almost blockade the street THE GENUINE M NFO. BY
delicacy.C. Restaurant Moderate rates and the and to uttely prevent two vehicles

etc. best service. passing. This is to the CALIFORNIA FIG STRUPCO.
contrary city
C. Waits, of Orange Lake has the
ordinance regulating these matters
bulge on a good sized patch of peas, Center tables and library tables, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
and should be
which he is shii ping and receiving $3a pretty shapes and elegant finish, at stopped summarily. LOUISVILLE KY. NEW YORK. K.X

OnAt crate for samo. Mclver & MacKay's.Call for sale ty drv'gists-pice SOt per tottl .
Going: Armour's Baked Beans: Three 1

Don't buy your patent medicines be- Seymour's mill, telephone No. pound cans, 25c.; two 2 pound cans,
fore first calling on Garrett & Gerig. 25, for a two horse load of wood, pineor 25c.; three 3 pound cans, 50c. Either HOLIDAY RATES

They are the people who are selling mixed; pine and oak, for $1; or all plain or with tomato sauce. Once

the- "patents" at cost. oak, $1.25. tried, always used. At H. B. Masters'. Seaboard Air Line RailwayOne

"Uncle" Mat Armstrong, of Blitch- and one-third fares for the

ton, the merchant of Blitchton, was in round trip to all points east of the Mississippi

town today, as was also Lum Graham, ONE PRICi3- I and South of the Ohio, and Potomac
Ocala 'Bazar a stalwart yeoman of the precinct. ALL rivers, including Washington,

D. C. To all points In Florida one fare
LADIES, get your Christmas pres-
for round Tickets sale Dec.
trip. on
t r...,.,. < ent for your hubby, buddy or some- And that Price the Lowest 22, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, 1900, and January
else's at H. B. Masters'Coining
body buddy 1, 1901. Final limit January You need no search light 'ment. and Gents' Furnishing Depart- Consistent with Good Value.H. .

to find Bargains. TO WOOD CONSUMERS
Conductor Hodge, who was taking a

special train to Rochelle yesterday on ::6. MASTERS: Owing! to the demand being so great

the Plant System, was taken suddenlyill in proportion to the supply, we have ;
with a congestive chill at Orange been compelled to advance the priceof
WEAR FILLED TOTHE DOORS Lake and had to be taken to his homeat wood to $1 per load, thrown iu

Dunnellon by Mr. Hamp Chambers, and loose, and to $3 per cord, and delivery
Gents' !
where he is now dangerously ill. Clothing Furnishings ; will not be promised under six'days
Fo from receipt of order, but will be made
WITH Help is needed at once when a per- sooner when possible. '
son's life is in danger. A neglected Dress Suit Cases Trunks Bags The Spoke & Rim Factory.

cough or cold may soon become seri ,
Holiday Goods ous and should be stopped at once.
One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures and every thing pertaining to Men's wear, NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

coughs and colds and the worst cases

4 and Toys of throat croup and, bronchitis lung troubles., grippe and AntiMonopoly other- is the most reliable and fully up-to-date t satin Bring goods or send to the your New woolen York, silk Steam or -

t Dye Works, South Orange avenue, and
Drugstore.It place in Ocala. Buy your have them cleaned, dyed or- pressed.
And Inducements .
are offering Special
might be of interest to those who Soiled or creased garments renovatedand

suppose the Linotype supplanted mostof made to look as good as new.
in every ( ear lllen the Star's employees, to know that Holiday Presents Goods dyed any color desired and war

just now there are on the payroll of ranted fast colors. Any kind of repairing

this office fifteen people, notwith- done. All work done prompt

standing the Linotype does the workof from and combine with desira- ly. Will call for and deliver your '
Come and See Us Before You Buy five people and every press in the us utility work, by dropping a card to

building is run by power. The N. Y. Steam Dye Works. t
bility.Mrs. .

Hats Neck wear Dry (Goods Notions House delicate Chinaware-A effects rare with combination glowing and of SWEET MILK. -' .
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beautiful colors. To see is to buy, at S. D. McKean and Miss Mabel I FOR PNEUMONIADr. Fresh every day. Also Fruit and Vege '
and Kitchen 1 Furnishing goods, crockery ] the Ocala Bazar. F. P. Gadson, Su left Thursday morning, the former for tables. Choicest Candy and Cigars P

perintendent. Sarasota to join Mr. McKean, where C. J. Bishop, Agnew, Mich., always in stock. At

china goods and Standard DeWitt's Little Early Risers are they will make their home. Miss Ma says: "I have used Foley's Honey The Hole In the Wall

bel went to Ocala, where she will visit j'[ and Tar in three very severe cases of *
dainty little pills, but they never fail I TREMENDOUS INCREASE
Books: for Xmas presents.FRHNK to clease the liver, remove obstruc- a couple of months with her brother,f I..I r pneumonia with good results in every
Capt. George McKean, and then will ;: case." There is nothing so good. AntiMonopoly
tions and invigorate the system. Anti- Orlando
Last year an grove
join her parents in their new home.It : Drugstore. orange
Monopoly Drugstore. of fruit. This a
I had only forty-six boxes
is with regret we chronicle the removal *
P. GTDSON.Superlntendent. of this family from among us. Many have lost confidence ancLhope I year the yield amounted to a thousand
Mrs. Whitfield, one of the most successful Ibbxes. -
boarding house landladies in They have for many years been of the as well as health, because they :
life of community. Miss Ma- thought their Disease in .
very our I kidney was
the city, since moving into John Rob- '
r inson's handsome house has a house bs especially will be missed. For a curable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a pos- GlT IS ABSOLUTELY FREE
: long time she has been the mainstay )I I Hive cure for the discouraged and dis-
I full of well pleased guests. She has
fIr Next Door to Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. all of her rooms taken and several in social affairs. An accomplished 'j I consolate. Take no other. Anti-MO-I Tydings & Co. will sell you a bottle .
musician her voice and skill have nopoly Drugstore. .4,-
rooms rented in other parts of town, of
been freely given in church and social i
but can feed a few more than she now
has. functions. As teacher in our school,i j! The display made in celebrating I Smith's Chill and Fever Tonic

too, she has left an impress for good ;:\ the transfer of the capitol of the na- I and if It does not cure you they will :
that will never de.-Auburndale: Correspondence tion from to Washington .'
The Star job office is turning out Philadelphia : return the purchase,price. As a general c
Bartow CourierInformant. hundred In Washington
a Tuesday
years ago
some of the prettiest and most artis- tonic for that tired feeling It is
NEW STOCKOur was a .magnificent affair. ,
tic job work that has ever been done
Twenty-six governors were presentThe superb. Remember, If It does not
in Ocala. Our new job printer, Mr. Try Armour's Country Club special- I .
; orators Senators Hoar Dan-
White, is the best in this part of the ties: Chicken Tamale; Pork Cutlets; ; leis and McComas were, and Representa-, I cure, you get your money back. _
state. We have the biggest and best Tenderloin Beef Veal Cutlets Chicken Look for the Red Triangle on each -
New Stock of Elegant Fall and Winter Dress Goods is Arriving from ; ; j tives Payne and Richardson.
New York and Will Be the Most Complete We assorted stock of job stationery in Fricassee; Sliced Tongue and i f pack 'ge. None other genuine.
south or central Florida. Bring or Chicken; Veal Loaf; Ham Loaf; Cot
Don't use of the counterfeits of
I any
Have Carried in Years
send in orders. .
your tage Loaf; Cottage Head Cheese; I DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Most ofi
Hamburg Steak with Onions. Bayle's i TYPEWRITERS CHEAPA
FULL LINE OF TRIMMINGS OF ALL VARIETIES them are worthless or liable to cause
When you need a soothing and healing -
Lunch Herring in half and one pound injury. The original DeWitt's Witch
antiseptic application for any purpose gla:s jars. At H. B. Masters'. j I I Hazel Salve is a certain cure for.,piles, shipment of six Franklin typewriters -
AND HOSIERY the original DeWitt's Witch
i 1 eczema, cuts, scalds, burns sores and both new and second hand, from
Hazel Salve a well known cure for -
BIG STOCK OF SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDRENWe : A large assortment of hand painted skin diseases. Anti-btonopoly Drug: $25 to $75 each; easy payments ex
piles and skin diseases. It heals sores celluloid novelties, catch alls, music store. tii ,
Have an Immense Stock of Up to Date Goods. Come to See Us. without leaving a scar. Beware of rolls, photo rolls and toilet bric-a-brac,.; ... tended If desired. If you are Inter* '"

G. A. NASH. counterfeits. Anti-Monopoly Drug- now on display at the Anti-Monopoly | Dame has the best oyster? cook in ested In a typewriter and want the*<

store. Drugstore. An inspection is invited. town. Give him a call. best, call at the Star office and examine
See these different pieces before all
Call on J. C. Maughs, city ticket are sold.A I Miami is just spreading herself. A these.

agent Plant System, Ocala House, for $50,000 courthouse is the latest '
I .
tickets via the Plant System to all cold, cough or la grippe can be WORTH OF '
points in Florida and the North. Best "nipped in the bud" with a dose or two [ Terkeeween Oil Liniment, the best $1000 GOODS

SISOENISHOTELOpen time closest connection, superb ser of Foley's Honey and Tar. Beware of liniment on earth, sold and guaranteed -I' A. H. Thurness, of Wills Creek Coal
i & Co.
.! by Tydings
vice. Complete information may substitutes. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.A
Co., Buffalo, 0., writes: "I have been
obtained, also literature, folders and
Handsome Pot and Tub Plants afflicted with kidney and bladder trou-
of the most popular resort points big line of men's, youth's and chil-I
and maps hotel accommodations.H. dren's clothing and men's sweatersand cheap at the Greenhouse. I Ii ble for years, passing gravel or stones,
i r'with medicines
hunting jackets just received. at I. excruciating pain. Other
For the Season The place to buy patent medicinesat
only gave relief. After taking'Foley's
B. Masters has just received afresh 3!. Fishel's.A .
cost is at Garrett & Gerig's.Borated the result
j Kidney Cure was
and complete line of the best
MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1900 California Lemon Cling Peaches, Bart- fine line of sloes-ladie! gents', I Talcum Powder; nicely perfumed i surprising. A few doses started the
le: Pears. Red, "Vhite and Black Cherries. I1is! :es' and children's-at special low brick dust, like fine stones, etc., and
1"") cents a box. Tydings & Co. ;
Under New Management. Everything ThorHighly First Class and the Entire Peeled Apiicots, Green Gage and prices at M. Fishel's. j ; f* ., now I have no pain across my kidneysand

Ei,'g Plums and Muscat[ i The la.-gest line of capes, from 65 tl feel like a new man. Foley'
House Newly Renovated. Rites, $1.50; to $2 Per Day. Special! Rates M my persons Lave had the experi-, cents to $7.50 each, just received ati Kidney Cure has'done me $1000 worthof

by the Week. S. N. DILLARD, Proprietor. People far and near are taking our ence of Mr. Peter Sherman, of North i M. Fishel's. good. Take no substitute.. AntiMonopoly -'

-- I hints. They know that Toys have advanced Stratford. X. H., who says, "For yearsI |.i Drugstore il-l j
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in price. They come and see suffered torture from chronic indigestion j Our Queen Anne Hair Tonic has ....,
that ours are at bottom prices. Come but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure i been greatly improved and the phenomenal RUDYARD KIPLINGIn
PETER INGRAltIKerchanft early and avoid the holiday rush. The made a well man of me." It digests i sale continues. Tydings & >

Bazar. F. P. Gadson, Superintendent.The what you eat and is a certain cure for I Co. I ten volumes, beautiful 'bindIngs
and form of stomach
dyspepsia every $7.50. Publisher's price, $12.50.
person wno disturbed the con I trouble. It gives relief at once even! Fifty cents will stop your having lim-
i Other books just as low. Supply
10 rMERCHANTS' gregation last Sunday by couching is ia the worst case: and can't help but:j I chills and fever. You ask, how? Bet ited. Ocala Music Co. ,
I BUILDINGTai i reiuested to call at the And- [onopoly Oo you good. Anti Ionopo'y Drug' cause it will buy one bottle of Gar-

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and Tar. It always gives re : Drugstore. v ? ( the
This week, right in midst
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inspect the nice line of flannels,I Christmas presents at the Green' of the unpleasant weather, when"
A BIG LINE OF THE NEWEST DESIGNS AND COLORS IN FALL juitrngs: and elegant line of dress house.A few outsiders are! talking wea"here. r,
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Sig&atareif telephone, No. 2. Call clothing, also a big line o fiats to suit them at'ttte Bazar. JJrr adson< 'Su.

COME IN AND BE MEASURED AT ONCE. them up. I every one, just received M. Fishel's. perintendeal .


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< J Jesse Jones on Trial for Killing Joe : i mi : Di tU ffj: \'tt f
'\s ->, Interesting Items Collected By Our

: ,. Daily. Paper In Ocala Nettles Rural Editors i. f .
; Nerves
The Jones case was called at 11 a. tr'r .

BITTIflGER AND COMPANY m., but it was nearly twelve before the

Proprietors; and PublishersC. his prisoner through consulting. with ANTHONYMr. Is due to an acid poison which gains access to the blcKl through failure of the proper $i i[e Ii S JOIBIS.I t

organs to crIry off and keep the system clear of all morbid effete matter. This poison
Following witnesses were then and Mrs. Hedges, of Charleston,
:L. BITTINGER. called for the state: L. E. and Mrs. Ill, are visiting Rev. W. F. Shoemakerand 'through the general circulation is deposited in the joints,muscles and nerves,causing the most intense vain.zj .

Mock, L. Y. Edwards, J. C. Smith, H. family, of this place. They will L, Rheumatism may attack with such suddenness! and severity as to make within a few days a healthy,

:........ ;Editor and Business Manager. D. Danaby, F. E. Smoak, A. L. Prisoc probably decide to spend the winter active person helpless and bed-ndden, with distorted limbs and shattered nerves; or it-may be slow'in

and Dr.: P. Bergen.Defendant's : here. developing, with slight wandering pains, just severe enough to make one feel uncomfortable; the ten

R.*R. ARROLL. City Editor. witnesses were J. Y.' The residence of Mr. Doc Simms t dency In such cases is to grow worse, and finally become chronic.
.y i < < in the northern suburb of Is Like other blood diseases,Rheumatism is often inherited! ,and expcjuie to damp or cold,want of proper
Jones, J. A. Jones, Jr., M. L. Moon, R. Anthony
Ross completion.
i.Entered at the Ocala Postofflce as second Williamson Dorcer Perry will in early life, but more often not until middle age or later. In whatever form,-whether cute or chronic,
Brown M. E. PhillIps T. B. Floyd, remove to Anthony.The
class matter. t acquired or
Jno. Smith and Mrs. Jno. Smith. telephone line leading to Ocala : inherited, Rheumatism is Strictly a Blood Disease,
The court had certificate from Dr. was removed this week.
a and no liniment or other external treatment can reach the trouble. Neither do the preparations of potash
,f Bergen that Mrs. Smith ill and Our stores are getting a line of
and mercury, and the various mineral salts which the doctors always prescribe, cure Rheumatism, but
could not be present. Attorney for defense Christmas goods and preparations are ruin the digestion and break down the constitution. _

The Star learns with pleasure from insisted that Mrs. Smith was the being made for a Sunday school en- A which builds th-s alth
1 remedy up general h and at the same time rids the system of the poison is
Mr. Simon Benjamin, the wide awake most important witness on the case tertainment to take place on Christ- : the only safe and certain cure fa; Rheumatism. S. S. S., made of roots, herbs and barks of wonderful

and 'up to date manager of the East and they could not go to trial without mas eve. Solvent, purifying properties, attacks the disease in tfct ri.vrt Tav, and in the ril,.:bt place-the blood-and quickly neutralizes '

Florida Ice Conmpany, that the far- ., her. Her evidence could not be sup- Rev. N. B. Plummer is making quitean the acid antI dissolves all poisonous deposits, stimulate ami ienforces the overworked, worn-out organs, ana clears the systemof a

mers of this and adjacent counties are plied by any other. Besides the doc addition to his residence. all unhealthy accumulations. S. S. S. cures permanently and thoroughly,and keepsthe

learning tte "saving grace" there is tors' certificate did not state the cause Mr. and Mrs. Lee Priest have wel- bleed in a pure, healthy state ,.:; '.
of her illness when she could comed a fine ten pound boy to their ; .
in Mr. Becjamin's refrigerator room3 or ,fr.J O.!dallev, W. ijth Street,Indianapolis ln to cure me it and give them an article present. Could not and would not go home. with Rheumaumn was usable feed or dresbim"elf. Doctors:: Mid his case was hopdeii He had .
that will through the in to trial without her. tried fifty-twu prescriptions that friends had J given him wit'ot'i the slightest relief. A few bottles of .
piss summer B. S. S.cured him permanently,and he has never had a iheumanc pain i-Luce. This wa!'five)'earllto. L
excellent condition and in flavor far Dr. Bergen was then called and said
her trouble chronic BELLEVIEWThe We will send free our special book on Rheumatism which should be in the hands
superior to imported meats. Duringthe was and she could
of sufferer from this disease. Our made
every torturing phy'srian.isave: blood and skin
week 2000 of fresh not make the trip.
over pounds i house of Maj. A. N. Nichols, on diseases a life study, and will give you any information or advice wanted, so write them
pork were received and the refrigerator R. A. Burford attorney for prosecu- Calvin street burned to the .
was fully :and f..1 1 / ilxwt von C'1ce. We make tIC) char" !'sa evp-: fnr thi*!s-rrv e. Address, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Atlanta Ga.
now holds some 12,0000 pounds, tion, was opposed to postponement of ground Monday afternoon. The fire ,

which will be largely increased as the the case, as the man was not on trial resulted from a defective chimney.The ..

season advances. for his life, besides attorney for defense flames spread so rapidly that _._ --- -.- -- ---_. ._ -- -- ---..
There were received from the Oxford : had not indicated what he proposed nothing could be done to save the --- -- -

section hams that weighed 39 '. to prove by her. Attorney for building, though the most of the house- A HAPPY TRIO 4

pounds. Jones said her evidence would prove hold goods on the first floor were got- '

County Commissioner E. C. McLeodIs that Nettles a few days prior to the ten out. Nothing was saved above Billy Bowlegs Will Honor Joe Jcffcr- i ile.Llan B.eau t-les
one of tie heavy patrons of the re homicide had stated in her presence the first floor. There was no insur- : ?

frigerator. He has now in cold sto that he would kill Jones on sight.It ance, it having run out three days pre- scn and Matt Quay

rage over 2400 pounds, which is only was then ordered that the attor- viously. Had the fire occurred in the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Dec. 12.-Billy .. a ....__',__ -.- _" __ ----,
one-fourth of what he expects to cure ney should prepare an affidavit according night there would probably have been / -;
Bowlegs, who has just returned 2 :
during the winter. to law, have it sworn to and loss of life as well as property.Rev from the big Gala Week celebrationat "'; 1, Sunshine I makes
Last season he experimented with then the court would say what was to Z. A. Crumpton preached at the WfiA
Jacksonville where he the
3000 pounds and was so well pleased be done. Court then adjourned until was cen-
Methodist church Sunday.Mr. the Perfect
tral figure, has arranged for big med Rose
with the result he will triple the quan- 2 o'clock to permit of the affidavit to Z. T. Stanley, of Savannah, Ga.. icine dance on New Year's Day a in,honor fffi. % r, and.

tity this season. be prepared.DO with his two daughters, is visiting his of Joe Jefferson, who is coming P. P. P. the PerfectWoman.
p Every farmer' who has pork that he brother, David Stanley. down then to join Senator Matt Quay t BP .
wishes to cure for keeps" should put J
YOU NEED AN ELECTRIC BELT at Jeffersonville, Hobe Sound. :4'
himself in communication with Mana-
The most effective little liver pills Billy was told that Jefferson .was .
Benjamin of the Ice and J
ger Factory, Dr. J. Newton has made DeWitt's Little Early Risers. "
Hathaway per- are "heap big medicine man and he is
he will never regret it. fected an electric belt which he is pre- They never gripe. Anti-Monopoly busy preparing for a big dance and celebration ? .
The cold! is
storage room a place
pared to furnish to all patients who Drugstore. in his honor.BISMARCK'S ;#; P. P. P.
worth visiting and farmer in
every 7
need it, at a nominal charge. Writeto
this and neighboring counties should
J. Newton Hathaway, M. D., 25 Bry- IRON NERVE
patronize for the money there is in
an street. Savannah, Ga. MISS EDITH PIATT
it to them. Was the result of his splendid health.
(LJppman' Great Remedy.).
SPECIAL RATES Lessons in China PaintingClass Indomitable will and tremedous energy Thousands of women are
INVIT2D THE TEACHERS are not found where Stomach, v' ., .
suffering pain and
Liver and Bowels out of ;
Seaboard Air Line Railway Hours, 9 to 12 O'clock Mondayand Kidneys are r Fr. ?lI" humiliation from Blood
The Star refers with pleasure to there order. If you want these qualities and Poison
due to the absorption
/olution of the Board of Public In- Richmond, Va.-On account of an Tuesday Mornings at the success: they bring, use Dr. King's of impurities from irregular

struction of Marlon county at their nual convention of Southern Educa- Studio on South Second New Life Pills. They develop every / :' menstruation or other causes.

late sessioi inviting the teachers of tion al Association, tickets will be StreetVISITORS power of train and body. Only 25c. r-' P. P. P. will put roses of

the state to) meet in Ocala in December sold Dec. 26 and 27 at one fare for at Garrett & Gerig's Drugstore. health in cheeks disfiguredby

1901. We trust the Marion coun- the round trip, limited to January 8, ..c pimples, moth vulgar

ty teachers in their session Saturday 1901. WELCOME redness
Other counties have farmers' Insti- or eczema
will also piss a resolution to that effect Havana, Cuba-On account of Pan- tutes. Why not have one for Marion? P.P.P.Is a sovereign specific

and .rnika' a united effort at Tam- American Congress, tickets will be on s> for all forms of Blood

pa to sec'ife the next meeting for sale December 21, 22 and 23 at $42.95 When tl.o stomach is tired out it Poison, Rheumatism; ,Catarrh

Ocala. Other cities are after the hon round trip, limited to January 10, 1901.' must have a rest, but we can't live ./.f.t- and Dyspepsia.
or, notably Gainesville and DeLand without food. Kodol Dyspesia Cure
L. S. Allen A. O. MacDonell
and a.; no uch meeting has been held Gen.Pass.Agt. Asst.Gen.Pass.Agt. a DDyspepsia "digests wh: it you eat" so that you can / Georgia M. Bloom, Macon, Oa.
; : "I ha4 a tired feeling and
In Ocala since December, 1896, we John Dozier, W. W. Condon, eat all the good food you want whileit was run down. I got a bottle of
think by a united and earnest effort Agent. Ticket is restoring the digestive organs to P. I>.P.und It cured me la a week's
the matter can be brought about. It AgentParties time. Before that I could not eat
health.! It is the only preparation that
Now 1 eat
-- anything. at every weal
is worth working for. Let every Cure digests all kinds of food. AntiMonopoly

teacher sec ure the support from other in Orlando have purchasedthe Drustore.LADIES LIPPHAN BROS.TSBEHb? Savannah, Ga.
counties. There is no more central Avon Park Idea plant and proposeto
point. start a daily in the PhenomenalCity. Digests what you eat. I make big wages at Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.

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THE NEW YORK WORLD Nature ill strengthening and reconstructing opportunit The work is very pleas-
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,. Thrice-a-Week Edition PROFESSIONAL CARDSR. gans. It is the the exhausted latest discovered digestive digestant or- ant and will easily pay $18 weekly. Of: AlA LUMBER COD

and tonic. No other preparation This is no deception. I want no money

ALMOST A DAILY AT THE PRICE can approach it in efficiency. It instantly and will gladly. send full particularsto

OF A WEEKLYThe D. FULLER relieves and permanently cures all sen'ling stamp. MRS. H. A. IS AT ALL TIMES PREPARED TO FURNISH ROUGH OR

Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, WIGGINS. Benton Harbor Mich.CASTORIA.
presidential campaign- over DENTIST Flatulence Soar Stomach Nausea,
but the world goes on just the same, Sick HeadacheGastralgiaCramps and PLANED LUMBER IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED
and it is full of news. To learn this Office Over Munroe & Chambliss Bank
all results of digestion.
news just as it is-promptly and Impartially INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTY
OCALA, FLA.J. Price Me.and$1. Large size contains 2H times
-all that you have to do is to small size.Book all about dyspepsia mailed free
i look in the columns of the Thrice-a- Prepared by E.C.DeWlT7*CO., Chicago. If in need of anything in our line, write to or call On us. Factory opposite

Week-Edltion of the New York World Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla For ". nfauts .and Children. Plant System depot. Mill near Montague.
which comes to the subscriber 156

times a year. DENTAL SURGEON The Kind Yea Have Always Bought OCALA LUMBER COMPANY.

.The Thrice a Week World's diligence

as a publisher of first news has Office Upstairs Commercial Bank Bldg NERVITA PILLSRestore Basrs: theSiynaturo 1- #
given it circulation wherever the En- +-

glish language is spoken-and you Ocala, Fla. Vitality;Lost Vigor and Manhood of Potter Wall Paper AgencyWall

want it.The Cure Impotency Night Emissions, Loss of Menury.
Thrice-a-Week World's regular all wasting diseases.

subscription price is only $1 per year. TERMS CASH ," I excess all effects and of self-abuse indiscretion.or 6 0 GUARDIAN'S NOTICE Papers and Decorations ,

We offer this unequaled newspaperand )'T A nerve tonic and PILLS
Notice is hereby given that I will
the Weekly Star together one I,blood builder. Brings PLAIN TINTS, INGRAINS, EMBOSSED GOLDS AND SATINS, ETC.
year for $1.bJ.Decemoer). O AlA HOUSE BARBER SHOP it cheeks the pink and glow restores to pale the, SO apply to the Hon. R. Bullock, county

Only Two for One J:: 1 fire of youth. By mail" CTS. judge of Marion county, Florida at PLAIN FANCY AND GILT MOULDINGS, 5 CENTS A FOOT

Any during the month of Solicits your patronage and guaran- 4? "i- .i !50c per box. 6 boxes for
persons his office in Ocala Florida the 26th
$2.50with our bankable gaurantee to cure BORDER, CEILING AND SIDE WALL PAPERS AT ONE PRICE EACH;
December have the Star
and Twice-a-Week can Atlanta Weekly Journalone tees the best work. Clean and attrac- or and refund c'pyof the our money bankable paid.guarantee Send for boud.circular day of December 1900, for authorityto That is, For a Ten-Cent Ceiling and Wall, We Offer the Border to Match at

each for sell at private sale all the interestof Yards. Other Grades at Same Rate
year $1. tive shop; skillful "workmen. EXTRA STRENGTf Ten Cents per Roll of Thirty-two
Subscribers in arrears can have the Nervita Tablets the minor heirs of S. W. Moody,
same privileges by Office, No. 30% S. Magnolia St., OCALA, FLA. R. A. HALL, Agent.
paying up. Geo. F. Williams, Proprietor. (YELLOW LABEL) Immediate Result! deceased, in the following real estate,
Remember this offer is
only good Positively guaranteed; cure for Loss of Power; to-wit The norm half of norm half
for December. Write or call on the Vancocele, Undeveloped Shrunken '
Star, Ocala, Fla.WOOD Paresis, Locomotor Ataxia or, Nervous Prostra Organ and southwest quarter of northeast

tion, Hysteria Fits, Insanity; Paralysis ind the quarter and seven acres on east side Atlantic Coast Line
Piano Tuner Results of Excessive Use of Tobacco, Opium| 01
FOR SALEA Liquor. By: mail in plain package $1.00 a of the southeast quarter of northwest _

antee box, 6 bond for $5.00 to cure with in our 30 bankable days or refund guar. quarter, section: / ; also the north two- In connection with' Florida East Coast Ry and Plant System, Schedule Effective -
5 1900.
two horse load of stove wood, oak money paid. AddressNERViTA thirds of southwest quarter of north August ._- .- '--
and pine mixed, or all pine for $1; Pianos and Organs tuned, regulatedand MEDICAL CO. -
west quarter, section 3 and east half
No. 78. No. 32. No. 32 Florida and West In-
oak, 125. Delivered to your houseor Clinton&: Jackson Sts.
repaired in a first class manner, CHICACO, ILL of northeast: quarter of section 4. All dian Limited-Vestibule coaches Jacksonville .
office. Seymour's mill, telephoneNo. Leave Miami i . . 7 15 a
25. and all work guaranteed. Special Sold by Wm. Anderson Ocala, Fla. in township 14 south, range 22 east. Leave Pon Tampa .7 30 a 7 25 p to Washington. Vestibule

This, 28th day of November, 1900. Leave Tampa . 8 00 a 8 00 p Pullman drawing room buffet sleeping
CLEARING SALE rates by the year. Also make a specialty Leave St. Vugustine. 3 20 p cars Port Tampa, Tampa and Jackson
Eliza P. :Moody,
of repairing fine violins and gui Leave Jacksonville 8 00 p 8 35 a vile to New York without change.

To make room for our 1901 models Guardian.Nov. Leave Savannah . 1 40 a 1 05 P Connects at Washington with Colonial

we will offer our present stock of first tars. W. S. Pike, ABBOTT'S 28, Dec. 5, 12, 19, 26. Leave Charleston . 6 4S a 5 22 p Express, via steamer Maryland, for

class wheels for both ladies and gen- P. O. Box 651, Ocala Fla Arrive Richmond . 7 25; p 4 00 a Boston. Only one night on the road. -

tlemen at from $S up, new and second EAST INDIAN COMMISSIONER'S SALE Arrive Washington; .11 20 p 7 39 a No. 78, Atlantic Coast Line Express,

hand. Come in and let us show you Arrive Bal imore . 1 03 a 8 57 a all .
with trains from pointsArrive
some rare bargains. We have the L. ALEXANDERPractical Phi:adelphia 3 50 a 11 12 a connects
Under and by virtue of a decree of In Florida and connections made for
only first class bicycle repairer, re- Arrive Nev york.j/ 5} a 1 43 p :
Corn Paint the Honorable W. A. Rocker judge of all 1 points in the Carolinas and the Virinaj. -
builder and enameler in town. A big
Arrive Boson 3 00 p 8. 30 p
line of bicycle supplies of all kindsIn the circuit court, for the fifth judicial ? : Through Pullman buffet sleep

stock. Ocala Bicycle Co., circuit of tae state of Florida Marion For Pulh.ian reservations, rates and ing cars Jacksonville: via Richmond

Montezuma Block. CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful Cures Corns, Bunions and Warts county, chancery: dated the 24th day all other information apply to and Washington, to New York.

Speedily and Without Pain of November, A. D. 1000, in a certain F. C. BOYLSTON, Agt., S. P. COLLIER, JR.,
estimates made all cause for the partition of lands wherein -
on cot 20$ W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. .Sol. P. A
tract work. Gives more and better FOa SAlE BT III DRUGGISTS. Perry Chism and others. are the. -
complatnan's, ana T Lean unisra et al.
Wells' has opened the Wilson work for the money that any other defendants the
undersigned : -
House this year, and will conduct it as man in town. LlPP1fH 1 BROTHERS, t I wit! sell en IIhe
a first cIa: s boarding house and retreat Wh3ie3,le'9.' ggbtl, BailcyLcbbyCHARLESTON Coffipafly
7 A. D. 1901
--- Monday January ,
for tl sick. Llp nf11'S Block sna. Uh. Oa.
e Special accommodations I In front of the court house door

hate been prepared and those OOIYERBROIHERSSuccessors & DUKES for Marion county, Florida, be-
of either t f coming to the city for
2X tween thf' legal hours of sale, S. C.
medical or surgical treatment or dentistry Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Ocala. FIQ.I
and for cash, to the highest bidder 1-
to L. Walter Uukes
be it for a day or a month will the lands described as the north

find a pleasant place to stop. Special THEIR SPECIALTY LOUISVILLE; & NASHVILLE R. R. half of the southeast quarter of section Machinery & SuppliesIron
diet will be for each
provided patient ,
twent-three; ((23)), township four
and a trained nurse will 'Constantly be $16.00 SUITS TO ORDER Runs Through Cars teen (14) :-outh. range nineteen (19)

in the house. $3.50 PANTS TO ORDER To Pensacola Mobile and New Or- east. Marina county, Florida, except: Pipe, Brass Goods, Fittings, Nails, Belting, Injectors, Shovels, Picks,
ing therefrtrn a tract 16.34 chains eat:
leans. Wheelbarrows and Link B iting.
We do t sell goods at cost but "
m we
Material Unequalled for the Price
To Birmin-.ham, Nashville and St and west, i.v twelve and sixteen hundredth -
do sell s as cheap or cheaper than
those who advertise that they sell at
,. cost. Try us and save money. Ty- ING NEATLY DONE To Louisvi, Cincinnati, Evansville south, that has been heretofore sold to! Contra ts taken for the erection of plants: for putting up machinery, ,tall
S. h. Pyesaid! exception containing
and to Cl icago without change.
dings & Co. For rates! sleeping car reservations, twei-ty ac;-.-s, and remaining in the kinds or for repairing any kind of machinery, engines or boilers, by.a

As a rertembrance to some friend, NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET etc., call on or write tract. to be sold sixty acres more or.. competent machinist, who will be supplied on short notice. .

do not fail to see the souvenir china Next Doer to Geo. K. Robinson, the less. Sumter A. Bullock, "
at the Anti-.Monopoly Drugstore. Photo Cotton BuyerP. D.) H. HOPKINS, -. John E. Bailey, 0. Wake Wells, Agent, Ocala Fla.- ,> .
I Florida Passenger Agent, I George R. Smith, "
scenes typical of Ocala, also Silver I OFFICE WEST SIDE 0 \ MONTEZUMA BLOCK
Springs. Always remember home. I 0. BOX 134 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Commissioners.

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