The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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y Volume VII OCALA FLORIDA THURSDAY DECEMBER 26 1901 Number 168Tootsofflo .


I and Tim al y yPOP SHOT AND KILLEDA We are Aiming I MAYOR'S XMAS MATINEE 1 ":' "f. 1 -

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Crimson Christmas for Cooley and !I Some of the Gay Ones and What They I fl!. @fit?1 I

CORNIN Chappell Broadside i at 1 I Paid for Their Gaiety I ENDEAVOR ij. 1 -
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PACKAGESSALT I !I Has Hade Special Preparations
There was a case of shooting and There was a lively time in the may- TO MAINTAIN |
MACKEREL killing last night about 8 o'clock at the or's caUl t this morning, as a result of : for the Holiday
den of the notorious Janey Smith. the Christmas festivities. First there 2 ; '<2. . .
PICKLES IN BULK Doc Cooley was shot and killed by 1002, I was Wesley IcRae, colored, dunk and f-- : t-: .f.. ,* t: q. 1 T ra e. ..
nfli \
Lawrence Chappell. All parties to -And- using profane language, $10 and costs. i 1 _
ALSO- the case were colored.An James Hopper, colored, same charge, i !I
SWEET MIXED PICKLES Inquest was held over the body The load is composed of $2.50 and costs. Janey Killum drunk HAVING gained a HE HAS THE MOST COMPLETE:

thIs: morning by Justice Crawford. and profane language, case continued. reputation for g i LINE OF TOYS, DOLLS, FANCY
-AND- The coroner's jury was composed of About a dozen white boys were up
Messrs. Dame, R. Sinclair Bailey, The for disturbing the peace las* night, !i! conservative management !t : ,GOODS, CHINA & GLASSWARE
GERMAN DILLS J. D. Williams Joe Munden and Will by a Christmas carousal around the 1 atrit f .,1 EVER SHOWN IN OCALA. AND
Clark. Ocala High school building, during the 'k'4, we shall 'X'-,:< ,
OLIVES, DATES and FIGS The prisoner is in jail, having been BestShoes progress of which several windows is i I s steadfastly endeavor iR.1! HIS PRICES ARE SO LOW that '

CRACKER DUST caught shortly after the shooting.The were smashed and the bell violentlyrun ?1 ALL ARE SURPRISED. _
shooting was the occasion of ?. ;;* to maintain it. "' I I ....
OYSTERETTESAND great excitement among the colored After the evidence had all been ?n 1Pl!
people and a great crowd fornu-J in heard, all of the boys were released, !' 4
a FINE LINE of FANCY CAKES the vicinity of the murder.LOST. with the exception of Claud Gates, 1 1} e.: c.} M LINE .
From who was fined $5 and costs. i"Wi $ :g asa M? SHOES FOR OLD and YOUNG. .
The boys, as a rule, seemed to behaving : '
some harmless fun, and by _
--- The rights should not have been arrested. !i (.", Bankers, r THE STOCK OF DRYGOODS AND
PROPERTY FOR SALE Ben Robinson a colored boy was !
.A gentleman's fob, silk ribbon and ai ranged for having thrown rocks but + Ocala Florida. :;
For the next thirty days I will offer was released. I t
special bargains and most liberal solid gold buckle and clasp. Lost on Best ,I I

terms on city improved residence! streets this morning. Finder can re- -.. -- -. A CALL WILL NOT be REGRETTED.
property. Must dispose of it, so take THE MODERN MOTHERHas -- -- -- -----

advantage of the opportunity. Come ceive a very substantial reward by ie- Makers found that her little ones are improved SHOES >

and see me. S. D. 1IooCly.fl turning to this office. more by the pleasant Syrup of REMEMBER
Figs, when in need of the laxative effect We have not forgotten the men
We'12 be in business of a gentle remedy, than by any
folks, either. You can find G. A NASH
LOST other. Children enjoy it and it ben some .
!. A diamond shaped fraternity pin, in Ocala again soon I fits them. The true remedy, Syrup of beauties. in the slipper line. At Masters' -
gold in black enamel. Lost between and will occupy the Figs, is manufactured by the California SOUTH SIDE of PUBLIC SQUARE
Dunn house on Fort King avenue and Fig Syrup Co. only. -
cCpl the Baptist church. Reward for its store room second

return to the Star office.PHOTOGRAPHS. door from corner, FOrt SALE

Marion Opera House The following property situated In :. EDWARDS BROTHERSAT

\\t, C. M. Turner, the photographer, has Block,when present the town of Ocala, Fla.: The west half I SS
1 r rra of Union block on south side of pub-
opened a gallery at the Colby old THE CITY MARKET
I tenant has moved
stand. Prices reasonable and first- lic square of said town. Price $3,300.

;,1 class work guaranteed. Give him a One-third cash, deferred payments,
io call. We'll Have one and two years, at 8 per cent. in- Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchets
terest. Also the residence lot knowna d
:: the Sistrunk place, west of the pub
Your Kind lic square, situated on block No. 13. WESTERN MEATS, FISH AND CEDAR KEY OYSTERS .RE; .

\ ( Also I four cottages and several vacant .
#li1{ JIES freight trains will be run on CEIVED EVERY DAY
Christmas or New Year's Day, except lots adjoining, near the synagogue, on
i those necessary to move live stock Of Stfiors. lot No. 43.: The two latter propertiesat CHOICE FLORIDA M ,f
i and perishables. No perishable freight $800 each on same terms as above. :
PLEASE YOURSELF AND will be received after noon, Decem- Apply to Dr. E. C. Hood, Hamilton, CEI.ERY r
PLEASE YOUR FRIEND ber 24, the same after noon Decem- J. M. NEEL Georgia. d-w-4te -"
With a box of these ber 31. Seaboard Air Line. FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 103

elegant assorted candies. Each -
Look -
one contains
Four Kinds of Chocolates
We are always glad LUMBERALEFLOORING .
Four Kinds of Creams,
Four Kinds of Nut Goods. for you to make O :H:. :borne:

They cost CO cents per pound box. our store your meet- has the largest, finest and _

And they are worth it. ing place and to consult best assortment of Candiesin '
/ : your friends the city. Sold under
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about aurHOLIDAY to be fresh. -" .." > .
Accept a Substitute guarantee Taffy STUFF CUT TO ORDER :.. .
When you ask for Cascarets be made fresh every day. .'''{'

sure you get the genuine Cascarets COODS Fruits and fireworks in abun- Crate Material, Cantaloupe .

Candy Cathartic! Don't accept dance. hour
Oysters any
fraudulent substitutes, imitations or and in Come and Cabbage Crates a Specialty
every style. :
counterfeits! Genuine tablets stamped AND PRICES I
C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. and see the old reliable

All druggists, IDC.CHRISTMAS COPY' .,.NU S Seymour & Smith

THE ARRIVAL OF As we know that ,

HOLIDAY RATES THE NEW YEAR the'erdict can c. H. Dame

Via Seaboard Air Line Ry. Should not find your stable lacking in only be Oo tl t. Flor1da.

Rates of one and one-third fares for any of the essentials necessary in the
the round trip between all points line of harness or horse goods, when -

r east of the Mississippi and south of you can have the elegant stock of Mc- THE BEST AND CHEAPEST \ NEGATIVESI +F =f# !@:rr :fJ. -l c e. a v Yfcf'+;tjfJ a{ a a
Iver &
the Ohio and Pgtomac! rivers, including MacKay to select from. We
v Washington, D. C. sell harness for $6.50 to $35. Blankets have the entire stock of the late
from 35c. Piofessor Colby (also Mr. Irvine's) I Commercial Bank
One fare round trip between points I in to $3.50. We don't claim to
the state of Florida. MclVER. & MacKAY old negatives. Any' one wishing duplicates
Dates of sale! : Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, have the largest from any of these can get i Branch of aq 4

20. 31.] 1901. and Jan. 1, 1902. Final COURT HOUSE CAUGHT FIRE store in Ocala but them by sending in their order.C. COMMERCIAL BANK JACKSONVILLE yi 1
M. Turner & Co.
limit, Jan. 3. 102.!::

For Students Saturday morning a fire originated we know that you CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO. +
Same rates will apply as shown aboveon in the Gainesville court house and had will find the most
it not been for the work of Superin INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ,
presentation and surrender of L
varied pretty home took
and very wedding
certificate signed by the superintendent tendent Holloway and his assistants, prettiest Does General fi
place] at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.J. a Banking Business. Deposits -
who had been at wqrK until a late line of
principal or president pf e
W. Hopkins on North Main street,
school or colic;e. Dates of sale, hour and leaving the place discoveredthe December 25, at high noon. The contracting 'S a Received. Loans made. Exchange II
Dec. 1C to 22, 1901. Final limit, fire, serious results might have fol
Jan. 8, 1502. lowed. An alarm was given and tho DRY, DRESS AM FANCY parties were Mr. Filmore Dod- % Bought and Sold .
son and Mrs. Dora Maie Holt. _ department'quIckly put out the GOODSever The parlor was very beautifully decorated .:..,,...E t' ?.TJ..r 1Lf.t m r"1.4j'. f'Jt. ."" '
An attractive woman thrives on for the occasion with holly,
goo,I food and sunshine, with plentyof shown in Cen- palms! and cut flowers. Only a few
exercise in the open air. Her form OLD SOLDIER'S; EXPERIENCEM. intimate friends
glows with health and her face blooms M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of tral Florida. We Immediately after were the present.ceremony the

with its beauty. When( troubled witha I Winchester, {nd., writes: "My wife are the only peoplein party retired to the dining room ARE ANY
costive habit she takes a few doses was sick a long time in spite of good where a beautiful wedding dinner was r
of HKRBINK to cleanse her system e fall doctor's treatment, hut was wholly Ocala who can served. The hostess presented each f .2--j;

) impurities. Price 50 cents. Anti cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills, show an uptodateline guest with a gold book mark as a sou- YOU 1 HEAD
t Mono-job') Drugstore. which worked wonders for her venir. -
-- --- health." They always do. Only 25 of The happy couple left on the Seaboard -

cents at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Airline for points South. DEAF ? r NOISES
oJ. PURINA Ladies'ReadyMade Mr. and Mrs. Dodson are well and ar + I
WOOD DELIVERED; favorably known in Ocala and have .
I At any time, in any size and in any the best wishes:; of their friends here. ALL CASES OF
" ; quantity at the lowest market price. They will be at home after January -
Feed. A DONKEY Drop a card in Box 5, to L. 0. Booher. 1. 190:!, in the Watson cottage. DEAFNESS OR HARD HEAR5MG.E

SACK. : SweEt Separator Cream kept on ice by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.
% the year round. Sweet Milk aerated "One night my brother's baby was
'' KEEPSMULES; and cookd to take out the animal heat I I taken with Croup," writes Mrs. J. C. HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.r
: Snider, of Crittenden, Ky., "it seem-
UP improving its flavor and keeping qual S F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS:
ed it would strangle before we could .
ities. Geo. B. Tyler. I BALTJMORP. lid March 30 1901.
1 AND FEED Box 821, Ocala. Fla. get a doctor, so we gave it Dr. King'sNew Gtntlimrn:-Being entirely; cured of deaf IPM. ttanL: *to your trrlti:1clIt.l will now give youa
SILLS DOWNTRY : Discovery, which gave quick relief full lustorvcf tiiv ca->e, t0 be teed:.i\'ourrctHJD..
V and permanently cured it. We about fj""eeirs i ago my right-car began to tiay,and this kept on gtttu.g worse,until I lost
How Are Tear
gidaeya t mv hcaring in tins.ear tntirth': -
Dr.Ilobbs'Srar:1lrus: Pill-!cure aJl)!kidney Ills.?ara always keep it in the house to protectour I I nrderweut a treatruent for ciiarrh, for three month- without nnv!'iiwfberof coisuitul a nUll' .
ITI ole fre,,. Add,sterling Kuieay Co.Chicago or 1 Y children from Croup. and Whooping pl1\ icilI\s. among others th?inert emiiKbt ear spec i.i't! of tbwal'-. elM toLl me tladt
_. I 1 I j Cough. It cured me of a chronictronchial only an operation could help and even that only temporarily_ that the lead uo. would.. .
-- -- -- I then ceae. but the hearins in the affected ear would be lot J foreter d
I trouble that no other reme- I then saw\our advertisement acciden al'y na>ew York paper. and ordered your treatment -
dy would relieve." Infallible for After I had used it only a few days according your djrertton the uoti-e*ceased. tad .
CHOICE FANCY GROCERIES ItAnd Coughs. Colds, Throat and Lung trou- to-day. after fin wee1. my heanae in the di-aHd ear has Ueu tntirtly restored. I thank you
heartily and beg to remain Vc.r truly VOllr '
,I. bles. 50c. and $1. Trial bottles free 1V"I R3fAK 730 S. Croadway. EaUiraore,3-rd.-

I FOR YOUR NEW YEAR'S SPREADWe 'at. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Our treatment does not interfere with VOIU'IlHWtl occupation. ,

( rl/I rrf' II I FOR SALE CHEAPA Examination advice _and YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME al a eo nominal t. 1

have an abundance of good things II i I walnut bedroom set, marble top; INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AYE, CHICAGO, ILL.

I child's walnut bedstead; hand carved -
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\ I walnut parlor set, newly upholstered
ot course ;
that are good in more than name. you' I
rocking chairs two chiffoniers mandolin -
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know our prices. I i and man's bicycle. At the Rectory OCALA LUMBER CO.-

v i:=2J Quality and purity are essentials that 13G Ocklawaha! avenue, Ocala, ".:
''KTSe1+ For Shoes and Men's and Boys'Clothing Fla

I t !t .k t. no line of food products should lack we have always led inPRICES. PIANO CHEAP IS AT ALL TIMES PREPARED TO FURNISH ROUGH OR

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LOW Anyone wishing a high grade piano '"
; and name of W. C. Jeffords, Grocer, very cheap for cash, would do well to '

ct If you want your money's worth call at this office. INSIDE FINISHING- SPECIALTY _:...:'

1 guarantees their excellence. come to the O.A.SS T O 3R.X.A.. a I f in need of anything in our line, write-to or call on us. Factory opposite -

COPYRIGHTW.C.JEFFORDS I Bern falh8 Kind You Ha!BAtays Eosgti! / ; Plant System depot. Mill near Montague.

BOSTON STORE i Sigtatura .. .

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Tha first meeting of the State c ThePresbyterian Sunday school ;'..
,'""-;,.., Teachers' Association will lake place i will have a Christmas tree at the ''> .

< tomorrow evening at the big tent at 3 For a little man with church tonight at 7 o'clock Every- ..-;-

When 8 p. m. The public is cordially in 'I body invited.. ...
using baking vited. Seats free. Mr. Morton has a a big gun if you ,I ." "'

force of men putting In the seats and ( ; 'Li GROWING CUCUMBERS \. :,. < _
keep on wearing
Mr. Englesby is wiring the tent today ,

powder it is for lights. t Y Andy Winer, who has a nice hot- --

always econ- Program That Old Derby house at, his home place in this city, p

Music-Orchestra. will probably make a great success of/

Prayer-Rev. R. H. Morris. Do the sensible act his cucumber h business this season.
omy to buy the Royal. Solo-Miss Lena Bullock. \\ i l A Star 'man called yeterday and was

Address of welcome-On behalf of ;? ( and get your Hats, surprised to see his plants lookingso
Ocala: Hon. R. L. Anderson.On 11 / fine. A number of blooms and
behalf of County Teachers' As- Ties and Furnishings young cukes were to be seen. Mr. W.
Royal makes the finest sociation-W. D. Cam. says that during the recent cold spell

Response-Dr. W. F. Yocum. Lake I _. -at- the thermometer averaged 65 In his _
City. hothouse the coldest night and had no .

most wholesome and delicious Address-"Is there enough?" Superintendent trouble in maintaining that tempera-
J. M. Greenwood, Kansas ture. He now warms his hothouse by -
City. Mo. THE means of coils of pipe, through which i

The Star desires to impress ou the HABERDASHERY.T. hot water continually circulates and

, food.OCALA people of Ocala and strangers within thus maintains a steady temperature,
her gates that these exercises aro which Is the main thing desired In the !

open to the public and are flee tall cultivation of cucumbers. :
who desire to enjoy themseves. Lit T. B. SNYDER, Mr. Winer will probably commence .

I there be a big turnout. shipping in about a month to the big

-. __ ., ___ ___u__ _.--- ------ ------- Smoking Jackets, East Coast hotels and others througn-
HUYLER'S CANDYW. out the state and expects to realize a
OCALA OCCURRENCES Mrs. Ann B. Hopkins of Orange Gloves Neckwear nice sum from this season's crop.
Springs came down yesterday to take II I I! II I
M. Martin has received his first
: F. J. Titcomb of Dunnellon was In communion at the Episcopal church consignment of Huyler's Famous Candy Pajamas Umbrellas, ; A pretty line of cut glass and china
the city yesterday.Try and hear Rev. C. M. Gray's farewell in all sized packages. Those who now on exhibition. A. E. Burnett.

Royal Blue Cigar at Troxler's sermon. She is an ardent admirer, appreciate fine candy would do weB Handkerchiefs '

with hundreds of others, of that ex to call on Mr. Martin.Mr. '
New Florida Syrup at McGahagin's.A ; Hats
cellent gentleman and zealous rector. Caps,
fine line of candy at the French
Bakery. Praise the bridge that carries you Hinton, the ferryman at Stark's Traveling Bags, 1 ur, PUADONKEY
over either a flood or cough. BAL- ferry, was in town today to get some
Hot drinks served at the Post Office LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP has assistance for Mr. Bradford Holly Shirts, Clothing, I, '/II

Drug Store. brought so many over throat and lung who has been ill for a long time and 11'

Birthday, wedding and holiday presents troubles, such as coughs, colds, bronchitis is still critically ill. and Furnishing Noveltiesfor < !,E' EVERY SACK.ON BESTDONT

at the Greenhouse. etc., that its praises are sung Among the tens of thousands who W
M. A. Rich left yesterday for Lake- everywhere. Price 25 and 50 cents. have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem- FEED -

and in the interest of his house. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. edy for colds and la grippe during the t FOR

The St. Denis is up to date. Everything R. W. Cleveland is in town from past few years, to our knowledge, nota .
Trilby to spend the holidays with his single case has resulted in pneumo XID1 Freseilts.ti
first class. Try it and see. {; -
brother, George. He expects to leave nla. Thos. Whitfield & Co., 240 Wa- H0F1esCows1 ;
Mrs. A. E. Moring is in Bartow visiting for Honduras the 15th of January with bash avenue, Chicago, one of the most !

friends for several%ys. his brother, "Nox, who has been in prominent retail druggists in that city,

Smoke the famous Royal Blue CI- that country, now here on a visit, and in speaking of this, says: "We rec-

gars,' always to be had at Troxler's. is well pleased with It. ommend Chamberlain's Cough Reme f

Charles Barker of Waldo Is In town Editor Lynch, of the "Daily Post," dy for la grippe in many cases, as it FINEMILLINERY I

making a week's visit to his parents.For Phlllipsburg, N. J., has tested the not only gives prompt and complete
merits of Foley's Honey and Tar with recovery, but also counteracts any _
a nice Xmas present, see those this result: "I have used a great tendency of la grippe to result In TOBACCOSPIT
beautiful baskets of. fine candy at and SMOKE
pneumonia. For sale by Anti-Mo-
patent remedies in family
Troxler'sA many for coughs and colds, and my I can hon- nopoly Drugstore.A Fall and Winter I I I Your Llfeawayl!
Styles You can be cured of any form tobacco using
fine line of brooches and stick
estly say your Honey and Tar is the cold, cough or la grippe can le easily, be made well, itreng, magnetic, full ol
pins, sterling silver novelties, etc. A. best thing of the kind I have ever used "nipped in the bud" with a dose or two new life and vigor by taking! KQYQBAOt
E. Burnett.I and I cannot say too much in praiseof of Foley's Honey and Tar. Beware of hat makes weak men strong. Many gain
ten pounds in ten days. Over /J 00 DO Q '
have the finest line of high grade it." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Miss substitutes. Anti Monopoly Drug- MRS. L I TOMPK1NS'. cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed., Book

guaranteed watches; that I have ever Mary E. Taylor of New York store.A Jet Md advice FREK. Address STPIU.INQ<
&KMCDY CO. Chicatro or New York. 437
carried. A. E. Burnett. City is spending a few days in the city, beautiful line of toilet sets and
Claud and Walter Munden of Tampa the guest! of the Ocala House. fancy lamps at Mclver & MacKay's. The latest Paris tyles and exquisite designs inJSesaa

arrived yesterday and will spnd a few Our fruit cakes are going fast. Nowis Miss Annie Needham has gore to

days with their mother and brother. the time to leave us your orders. Waycross, Ga., to spend the holidayswith MilliNERY ART 0**- s ESTIBU1EbJMI a

Big line of handsome picture The French Bakery. her sister.

books, 5c. to 75c. each, for the chit Merit wins. That's why the Post Atlanta Constitution, daily and Sun-
dren. Ocala News Co. Office Drug Store filled one order for day, for 15 cents per week. Ocala ,
J If you like your food carefully and EIGHTEEN pounds of Nunnally's News Co.Irvine -
skillfully prepared, try the Club House Candies. Reardon, who has a position TRAINS

tables. Cemetery lots In new and old cemetery in the auditing office of the Pant System I IN r PARIS PATTERNS AT
Royal Blue Cigars are justly fa put in order and cared for by the Savannah, was in the city yesterday DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE

mous for giving satisfaction. At Greenhouse at a reasonable price per ,. visiting his parents..
Between New York, Tampa, Atlanta
Troxler's. month. Mrs. L. T.
If you want a useful Christmaspresent Tompkine'
New Orleans and Points South
Forney Lancaster Is now holding for anyone, dont lau 10 'ee
down the position of night clerk at us before making purchase. The P. and WestIn
the Ocala House. IIDWI11lr r 0. Drugstore.A. MiJljn rv.Cost .
Effect Dec. 1 1901
Nice Trunks for everybody; also a A. Keefe of Etna, Citrus county, ,
full line Dress Suit Cases and Valisesat has been apointed postmaster at that

Frost's store.A R place. SOUTHWARDv

very handsome line of Stoves and Chas. Replogle, Atwater, 0., was in -..
and Guarantees
Ranges just put in at Mclver & Mc very bad shape. He says: "I suffered Dully
JIXmVnH c No. 31. I No. 27.
Kay's. rI. a great deal with my kidneysand : i
Mrs. Barneswell from Manatee was requested to try Foley's Kid Lv New York, P R P..1' 12 55 pn'' 1-210 am
__ ._=h__ Cure. I/did' and in four days I.v hia. P R R.; 329 t! pu,| 7 20 am
county is visiting her brother, W. 0. ney so I.v[ Baltimore P R R.... 5 45 pD';: 984: am
Massey, and will remain in the city -as able to go to work again, now I I.v Washington,W S Rj'v 7 00 pm: 11 01 a HI
for some time. am entirely well." Anti-Monopoly R chmond, S A L Rj 1037 pni!| 288 pmLv
Drugstore. Petersburg: "_ liaorini!___.318.pju!
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The following Table gives a' J.v.N'orifnft[ . 1 .42 a ui: I 5 45 pm
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Choice bottom fish and mullet, all T.v Utndf'rllOn 2!09 anij!, 012 pm785pm
the best varieties, fresh daily and kepton Lv Raleigh 3 32 am,
BIG LAUGHING HIGHT Southern. .!. Pines 5 27 am 927 pm
ice at Otto Mente's, City Market. .. "
Comparison u 10351)15
I.y HamletColumbia 6 am 1'
Mrs. Dr. Cam. of near Tallahassee, Lv J H 40 am/ JtfTam
Dec. 31 at Marion -
Tuesday, is visiting her daughter, Miss Nellie, \ Ar Savannah ". 12 05 pmj; 4 40 am
I in Ocala during the holidays.Full Ar Jacksonville >.. i, 3 W pmi 905: am
Opera House. Of the 509 540
Ar. Tampa. am,) pm
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sheep bound, marble-edged ., No.31. 'i "No.::41-

The ATow Webster's Dictionaries, $2.25, $2.50 Premiums and Cash Guarantees Lv, New York N Y P&N: f 7 53: am': 855 pmLv I31 u
and each. Ocala News Co.
$3 Philadelphia ;< 10 16 am: 1120. pm
lPREPARED Mr. Haufmann of Charleston, who Lv New York c..Ss.c. l i 3 til pm ....-: :::::-: ;i
has been assisting Klein & Campbell In various Companies on a ],v Baltimore K'a--IJ-c u .:........:-: D. -'-flnl-
Jack Lv Washington N fc: WhB. ......... .__6 30 pnlLv
for his
ijuilroun during the holidays, left today "
Portsmuuth S A L Ry H!JI pm B2aiii
:home. Lv tIdon 12O ft: am; 1Z3IS: am

FOR WINTERThe We have the goods and are always I (wenty- ayment Life Policy fot Lv Norlian Henderson "" 1255am'1S5 am,;: 20.130pm:; pm

;lad to show them. Come and see I Raleigh 2 SO am! 3 f."> i m
The Funniest Play woman who takes good care of us. The Post Office Drug Store. Lv Southern Pines" 5 05 ao-, 618 )m
her health will be able to enjoy the $ 1. .cDc0. :. I Lv Hamlet -" /\85: am 1085; pm
Ever Written. cold season. It's largely a matter of John A. Sullivan, representing the f .' :: -. ,,- "': -- : :":' ky Wilmington"T? '- ........ ...:-a i>5 pm
dress. These jackets will provide Marshall-Bruce Printing Co., of Nash- Charlotte .r J ii 23: am, lu 32: pmIV
comfortable: protection from the sever- ville, is spending the holidays in the At rate for age 35 showing TOTAL PREMIUMS PAID, Lv Chester'" -- .. M5! ali, am

BIG est weather. They are stylishly cut. city, combining business with pleasure. CASH GUARANTEED NUT COST and AVERAGE ANNUAL Lv Lv Athens Greenwood "" 11M 21'*pm'am'| 813 343 am am +

12 I 12 1 i well made, and will be good several Ar Atlanta ". -'3'>5pV.- 750- amliUfUJS >
COST. ta(1&\VC .::. :=
seasons; $3.50 for a nice; one-bettei The Greenhouse is now booking orders -?J ll51A :
r ii: (Tof Ga ._ 7 'Ipm
ones cost a little more. for the holidays. your -' -
The net cost is less in :frro tK"Dlf'rY.A & W P tf iO: pmj ; 0:30! pm
order early if you wish flowers. ArJc1 ,bileLd.25.5am'j i : |'............
M. J. Clements, formerly a promi- ArNewOrleansL&N !1- 7 25-am:i ......_...
The- ,r, ArNK,4)viIlPNC&. \ st Lj 810 am! fl Tjg pm
broker of Ocala and
nent phosphate
: i. Dunnellon but now of Charleston, was The Mutual Life of New York Ar Memphis ;i 415pAt'8825amNORTHWARD .

Funny Tramp, in the city Wednesday.

Great Rag Time Trio, Mclver & MacKay positively have :

r the finest and most beautiful line of in the list.
Manhattan Comedy Four, parlor lamps ever seen in Ocala. I than in any other company Dally Daily i

Flight of the :Midnight Express, McDuffy, one of Marion county's No 34. I No. 38.

Explosion at Dawson Switch. most successful colored farmers, is l Average Lv Memphis S C & St t..J; .1145; f 9jmLv !

now counting his profits on pork. lie NAME OF COMPANY. Total Cash Net Annual Xa..hvilt", 9JO: pDlg, 00 am '
SPECIAL SCENERY AND MECHANICAL had a drove of 117 fine hogs, seventyof Premium Value Cost Cost tv'\iflna JJ LS i 8'00 pm'.T::: ::-. ]/
which he is sending to market at Lv Mobile! ItilO am. ..,
I Lv.Montgomery_A& \y I''_..J1m; __.1 Jl'pmLv :
of week and is gettingtop
the rate a ,
EFFECTS. I Macon C ur(!a rH"J am _!7A RmLvauguataC&V0
notch prices. THE MUTUAL LIFE .$737 40 $631 00 $106 40 $5 32 100:. am... ....:... ,
COATS FOR COMFORTWe Received today at French Bakery: Mutual Benefit 724 40 COO 00 124 40 6 22 LvAlianta t A.L.. ) -' ij.ri'n'81jpm.

More Laughs in Railroad I Swiss Roquefort. Brie, Camenbert Piudential 739 00 610 00 129 00 6 45 -\r Athens Hrf'enwood .. !J 25 519 pm pm;; 123 207: pmAr am
have fur coats and cloaks, and 681 60 539 00 142 60 7 13 .4 ;
and Limburger Cheese.Mr. United \ Chester 7'JJ ptrr! !00 am'LvCnariotir
Jack than Grains ina AJ
others only trimmed with fur. It all and Mrs. Conner, substantial Home Life C.Sl 60 539 00 142 60 1 IS .. :7:'JS am zLv
Bushel Wheat. depends on what you want to pay; but colored citizens of Covert. Mich., arrived Penn Mutual 6*t 20 53900 145 20 7 26 W11nilnrtton---- -.. s4' : ::::;r.

whatever you may decide, you surely here Saturday and will spend I Northwestern 75600(: G09 00 147 00 7. 35 L- Hamlet'== =-" _'. _1090 J'm:'_)40..m

Attraction Extraordinary. get full value. Some of the fur the winter with Rev. Gowenes and Provident Savings 6S3 91 539 00 149 91 7 49 Lv Lv Southern Plnf's "OJ 1133 JlID, Jj K 81 em
Raleigh 13 am: (1) 1m
trimmed gaments have all the ele- famil. :Mr. C. is a prosperous farmer Equitable Life 763 80 609 00 157 80 7' i<9 Lv lIendl'uon L 101 am 123'2 pm
AN ENORMOUS SOUTH AFRICAN gance of the real furs that are consid- and in his section. New York Life 80 609 00 157 80 7 89 LvrU & ; 852 am, 1 pm
peach grower \
erably higher in price. Lv Wfldo 54; amt 240 pm
Germania 700 00 540 00 160 00 8 00 "
Just received at Mclver & MacKay'sa I Portsmoath 7la w: 525 pm
LION handsome line of window shades at Massachusetts Mutual 732 40 565 00 W 40 8 37 ArS1'aghington S&11.78'.... .:..:.. '-v5"auil
John Hancock 732 40 .564 78 167 62 8 38 "iTtTmorp1'Co: '.:: .-' t-64!:) am ,

The most thrilling and hairbreadth moderate prices. Manhattan . . .. .eo eo.. 737 40 566 CO{ 171 40 8 57 r-Sew York--.-- 0.1J Ii S Co.'--'i t' 5trJp1ArI'hlfa
The Metropolitan band held a good S' 11'&N''t S.) Iw Tioam
: climax ever producedon 1 AI New. York. ,,1Hz) pm M00 1mSo.
last night. Theyare
old time practice ----
CECIL WILLCOX Gen. Agt. Jacksonville, Fla. 3& co. i4.-
any stage. Girl actually i getting in trim for a concert com .
plimentary to the State Teachers' As- Lv Tampa 8 A T. 1:1 90i pm Sti) am
thrown into a cage with a sociation, on the night of he 30th. M. FISHEL Agent Ocala Fla. Lv Jacksonville "" ,1010 +m 7 441 pm
Lv Savannah 1'i pmt 1130 pm
large and ferocious lion, and The largest assortment of Fancy Lv Columbia 4 .. 70. pm 410 am
Lv Hamlet : IfJ tii pD: 1 .5: am
Box Paper ever shown in Ocala at the ;a
rescued fro.n under his very Lv Southern Pines : 11JS JlDJ 817! am
Post Office Drug Store. Lv Raleigh ;
1 ;a3 am 10.:0: am
by the Tramp. Donein f Lv lIenderson 3 07 Am' 1132 am
Henry Wilson, of Ocala and Plant SOUTHLAND RABBITRIES i Lv SorliM I 13M ami 121 5 pmLv
full view of the audience. City, who holds a splendid foreman- Petersburg .. I St4 amI l 2-2/S-pm
ship in the ""arnelllumber mill, came I Ar Richmond 6 t5 Am 3 OS pm
Sensation and realism unsur- Ar wahingtc.n W 8 RJ 1010 am 11 3''} pm
up yesterday morning bringing a box OCALA FLA. Ar Baltimore I' R C 112! am 112S!
passed. IN THE TRIMMING of fine strawberries fom his own private -I Ar PhUatielph aI+ RIt 136pm 2 U am
I three acre patch. They were so Ar New York P R .R 413F :. cuo am
I Many garments get their greatest I Dealers in Imported and Fancy Breed
Prices, 25, 50 and 75 cents. charm from their trimming. It de fine that Dame, the fruit and candy

S atson sale at Postoffice Drug- pends on what is used and how it is man had no trouble in selling them at BELGIAN HARES. .-} Daily Except Sanday.t .

used. We have the right sort of goods $1 per quart.
store.Foley's. for this purpose, in such variety thata Central q Eastern Tfmt.J. .
I SOME RECENT IMPORTATIONS: Queen Lipton, Yorkshire Lass Dash
customer always sure to get just u a-STOR.3..A.: M. vice and
: Wonder, King Wantage. Duke William. Write us for Information. Barrst
the trimming that best tills the need. The Kind Ye J Have PlAavs Bci:: I
Bears ft* i I general manager! R. E. Bunch, G. P.
Kidney Cure Signature / A., Portsmouth;:Va.: A. O. Ma.cDonell,
nukes fciwasyj w* bidder r2ht. cf .,.....'.c.-/.../)., ;i Manager. .1A. G. P. AN Jackso>t ills, Fla.i -

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"-':-:,_ ,:::.i -j.-::: -.4'.,:. : ", ..: _, '.- CANDLERThe SPRING PARK

arrivals each day :are more Mrs. T. R. Oustine and.Mrs. C. L. PR1 FEIR'SFamily

Y than we can register. Matthews, of Winchester, N. H., arrived -
Mr. and Mrs. Martin arrived last Thursday and are the guests I

week from Montmorency, Ind., also of their cousin, Mrs. M. E. Sears.;;

Mr. Tillson, wife, daughter and niece, These estimable ladies were with us I Medicines.e .

'-. from Indiana. three winters ago and the news of) ....
Mrs. Nobe and Miss Lumas from their return will be an occasion of) For Colds
Massachusetts and Mr. Will Faris of much joy to their many friends here. I C h Honey ( Coughs, Grip, or
':. 1 Bellfountain, Ohio and D. P. Milhol- Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ackers were delayed I"Cold" in ANY PART of body

land of Monticello, Fla., are this on their trip to this place from '
for infants and Children. week's arrivals. the Northwest and did not arrive here I For a whole-CoutAS year I could, work 27,1900.and.

Sidney and Will Marshall and Ray until Saturday instead of Thursday, as. K I d and B ae k ae I'1 I walked only by holding on to a chair I doctored .
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric McMahon are spending the holidaysat stated in last week's Star.It nay I with no relief.four different The use pbvsldaiis of two bottle butteceived of-
Drops and Soothing Syrli is.! It Is Pleasant. It home. is reported that Mr. Orrin Yingst I Dr Fecner's Kidney and Backache Cure
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Dr. Banister and wife received the will move to the Alex Peterson farm CUR E. gave me a perfect cure. J.M.McKI1I Y.. {

Hiihstancc. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishnes.s. i iIt sad intelligence of the death of her and that Mr. Ackers' people will remain -\ I: GENEVA, Crawford Co.,Pa.June 18,1900. l'
cures DiurrlHea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething t father at his home in Ohio Monday.He at Mr. Yingst's place instead oft I : i Three ears ago I bad a severe attack Of
Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the was over ninety years of age, and occupying the place they puchased of Blood d aild d Livers I| Erysipelas and blood poison,breaking out da 0j
bead and face.: My physician attended
j my
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. I though very feeble his death was a Wi C. Martin. I '' me for several months without result. I then
The Children's I-anacea-Tho Mother's Friend. great shock. We are pleased to note the return !took 3 bottles of Dr. Fenner'i Blood and
John C. Milholland wrote his sister to Silver Springs of Mr. L. S.- Fry, of! Remedy and Nerve Tonic I t; Liver Remedy and Nerve FRANK Tonic and secured
You Have a complete
The Kind Always BoughtBears here that his wife died December 18, Kansas City, Mo. A cousin of Mr.I I .

at the home of her parents in St. Fry came with him and both gentle- !Great Blood Cleansing Remedy. for, Spring.!, MwDi :soao.Ky..Sept.7.1m
Headaches Conatip "Tired Nervous. wife bas suffered long with
the Signature of ; My dyspepsia! ;
Henry, Ohio. Though a sufferer from men are stoping at JF. M. Bronw's. : I tried all of the pepsin preparations and all
consumption for three years she was Fire caught in ttifc roof of the Captain (tot my own prescriptions without avail. 1
only confined to her bed a few hours. Sprague cottage Saturday night, finally proscribed Dr. Fenner's Dyspepsia

Mr. Frank Shields, two sisters and but was extinguished before any dam- Dyspepsia I Cu r rell'Cure other and similar the use cases of that it effected have come a cu rod Many my

Miss Wood arrived Wednesday from age was done. P observation hare been cured by his Dyspepsia .*
Chester Pa., for a short visit to their Miss Bertha Strunk came home _Cure._Dr._F.J.LiBAKOOOD._ .
Florida home and grove. from Ocala on a flying visit to her My Dear Dr. Fenn r. Fredonla,N.Y.
e Mrs. Peter Loper died December 15. parents last week. I have used Dr.Fenner'a Golden Relief for

!In Use For Over 30 ears. The funeral services were held in the many for which years it is for advertised the diseases and and have accident found it :
church Decmebr 17 and SPRING GROVE i fully equal to all claim for it. f.
THf CrNTtUH COMMWr. TTMOB04V TBftT, MIWTpXK CITY.Sptungs Presbyterian I you
her remains sent to Eustis. She was The recent cold spell did not injure Golden I d Reliel II I fl A\ Presiding Elder J. BOYD u.E.Cll ESPY ic'1L.
taken sick while breakfastand
preparing seriously the sprouts inihis
-. --_.- orange i, Used for Cuts,Bruises,Burns, Old Sartl.
died in a few minutes. She leavesa section and it is now understood that Sprains, Colds, Grip, Bore Throat, Gone,
grandson with whom she made her the old grove formerly owned by -D. Dysentery... ..,Bowel Troubles.----*nnfilllur.St. -.-

? home, and one son in Eustis.PIMPLES. Greenleaf of Jacksonville will be put AtronOhlo,Jan.1,1110.
{Hot Drtt.3I.FEXER,}tedanta.N.T.
in good condition as soon as spring Dance "
Vitus'I "We: have sold : of your st Titos' Dana ';
KL opens. I Specific inr and here"every case been ALLEN-CXARK cured brit. It DRUG hat prov4ablps 00.
Pleasure and hunting parties are
arrive and all benton Ask your druggist for Almanac for 1901 containing descriptions of the Remedies*a4
: NO beginning to seem Certificates of the most remarkable cure ever achieved by medicine. '
getting as much pleasure out ol

their stay in Florida as possible.R. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.
If you want to get rid of moneygo 'JIy wife had pimples on her face,but M. Long killed a fine buck Satur-

to some springs.If she has been taking UASCAHETS and they day, the fattest he says of any he has
have all disappeared. I bad been troubled killed in five years.R. .

you want to get rid of disease, ing with the constipation first Cascaret for some I have time had but no after trouble tak- R. Poston, the timber man, who .....nn .w..rnn..nn.w.rvww.wv. ....-

with this ailment. We cannot speak too highly has been keeping a force of men employed : E'S CREAM ,
P. P.
stay at home and take "
of Cascarets. FRED WARTMAN.
here for some months
r 5703 Germantown Ave.. Philadelphia Pa. near IW ORMSJ1Xt F !
Lippman's Great Remedy for past, left Saturday to spend Christmaswith { Sv ';

Rheumatism and all forms of Blood Poisoning CANDY his family at Daytona.C. Beat la I
( C. Long and wife of Palaikx.
.cc ;vu
r Dyspepsia Catarrh and Malaria. CATHARTIC spent three days at this place the past For 20 Years Has Lad aU Worm Rernedi3s.90L3 -

week visiting his mother, Mrs. S. J. ::) ZlY A:.I.: : : .'t7GrGfJTS.

did James him more Newton good Aberdeen than three Ohio months, says treatmentat PP. P. Long who has been quite sick, but (Prepared by-w-,- .. JAS 'R3"'.* F.- BALLARD, St Louis. .
q now seems to be slowly Improving. vwwvv.--
Hot Springs, Ark. TRADE MARK RCOISTZRCD Preparations for a Christmas tree
: *- g W. T. Timmons of Waxahatchle, Tex., says are now being made and all seem to Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. .- .
f his rheumatism was so bad that he was confinedto be greatly interested in the effort. Exercises -
his bed for months. Physicians! advised Hot will be rehearsed by the school -

Springs, Ark., and Mineral' which Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste GooC. Do children under the supervision of Mr.
places he spent seven weeks in vain, with knees so Good Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe.lOo 25c We.
'i badly swollen that his tortures were beyond en ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... J. C. F. Witter, the teacher. Young women especially do not realize
((;) durance. P. P. P. made the cure And proved It. BttrlUf Kewdjr C..|>..r,Ckteaga,lloatrtal.lie.York. Ml Mr. and Mrs. Holley to spend left for Christ-Pa The Heart Cry of theMaidell. how intimately the general health i*
laka few days
a ago
related to the health
of the delicate
.-serfT fnlfibuMnds of other cases, the best blood
purifier In the world and superior to all Sarsaparillas NO. -TO-BBC Sold toCVRETobacco all iiabtk druggists mas with friends there. womanly organs. When the local diseases

and the so-called Rheumatic Springs. Motherless are cured by "Favorite Prescrip
__ __ of &flcDonough'f MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIRA tion" the general health at once Im.
F. Balhntyne
1 1. Ballantyne,
a''' Iron Foundry, Savannah, Ga., says that he has JUST RECEIVEDA proves. appetite is restored, sleep
suffered for from Rheumatism, and could Pleasant Lemon Tonic is enjoyed, the form rounds out, the
f from but P. P. P. which malaria cheeks regain the hue of health. llis
get no relief any source Cures indigestion, headache -
of I Mother, come back from that echoless shore Simmons says in the letter as a result of .
cured him entirely. He extols the properties kidney disease, fever, chills, loss *
in of
And take me again your arms as yoie. using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
P. P. P. on every occasion.P. LOT OF of appetite, debility, nervous prostra- she feels as though she had. .
P. P. 'Is sold by all druggists. $1. tion, heart failure, and appendicitis, When the mother is taken from the
New and by regulating the liver, stomach, bow home, the loss falls heavily on each "A NEW LEASE' ON WFE.
x bottle; six bottles, $5. PrettyRUeS els and kidneys. member of the family. But in time This is not only a feeling but a facts u
kindly Nature heals the wounds, dulls is shown by thousands of testimonialswhich a

LIPPMAN BROTHERS, Proprietor. Mozley's Lemon Elixir the memory, and comforts ,the heart. say "'Favorite Prescription' has
Cured me of indigestion. I had suffered The little girl turns anew to her dolls made a new woman of me."

b Llppman Block: SAVANNAH, OA. for ten years. I had tried almost and her plays and her mother becomes a "I am still improving more and:more
At VERY Reasonable Prices every medicine, but all failed. memory. The real loss that ishe has every day. I am just as well now as I
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores Since taking Lemon Elixir I can eat sustained comes to her much later in was when I came into the world,",write
anything I like. W. A. Griffith. }life, when "standing with reluctant feetnrhere Mrs. P. A. Graham, of 617 Race Street,

---- --- Reevesville, S. C. womanhood and girlhood meet New Orleans, I will put it at that,
NEW OAK SUITSAT she feels the need of a mother's counsel anyway, for / cannot remember ever

Atlantic Coast Line Mozley's Lemon Elixir ... seeing a well day since 1

VERY LOW PRICES Cured me of indigestion and heart disease '..W"% ; became woman (twenty-
.- after of suffering when all : : years ago), until sx
-- --
years M months '
In connection with Florida East Coast!! Ry and Plant System, Schedule Effec Lot New Side Boards very cheap. ether remedies and doctors had failed. ; 1 ,t', "" r the use ago of when Dr. J Pierce'fegan*

lira April 16. 1901. Beulah, S. C. N. D. Coleman. 4 r" fl Favorite Prescription ipd
..l ? f1

f'o. 78.; No. No. 32 daily, Florida and West Indian BIG BARGAINSIn r 'Golden Medical Discov.
LT. Miami. .................. j 8 45 11.1.| .. Limited Vestibule coaches Jacksonville Mozley's Lemon ElixirI I t: ery' and 'Pleasant Pel-
Lv. Port Tampa ...............,730 a 72.> P have been a great sufferer from a lets.' They are the b t
Lv. Tampa.... .... ......1 i 8 Ill) a I HOOp to Washington. VestibuU Good Second Hand Cook and ; a medicines 'on"'ea.rthnWle
Lv. St. Au u'ltlne.::::::......1| 5 So p '.. ... Pullman drawing room buffet sleeping dyspepsia for about fifteen years, r; :
Lv Jacksonville ............j 8 00 pi i HIIO(, a Heating Stoves. my trouble being my liver, stomachand A for women end their tx>;]n-
cars Port Tampa, Tampa and Jacksonville '
Lv. :Savannah I 1 40 a 1235 p3Sa" bowels with terrible headaches. i' plaints. No matter what
Lv Chirlertoo..i: I 6Iii a I : to New York without changeAr. ; the disease be' if
Richmond ... ........... .1 1: 7 25 p I Connecia at Washington with Cdlonia Lemon Elixir cured me. My appetiteis may even i
Ar. Washington............. ..11:0)1: ) i, 701 a GaIa Furnit1lI8 Co.PURINA o. good, and I am well. I had taken a L ', called incurable by' the
Ar. Ialtlmnre..1 i 103 a i: 820 a Express, via steamer Maryland I fo barrel of other medicine, that done t doctors. If any suffering
Ar. Philadelphia....... .......1, 3 5o a | 1035 a Boston. Only one night on the road. Gibhard.No. woman will wnteDoctor
Ai New York .... ..... .. 6 5:{ a 103 me no good. Charles '
Ar. Huston ..... ........ ....,i 3 00 p 835 p p No. 78, Atlantic Coast Line Express:: 1515 Jefferson St., Louisville, I ,,,, a l,f' a, Pierce he will write her a .
For connects with trains from all pointt Kentucky. T ,,,',b tqrlruUUluuUUn fatherly letter and give her
Pullman reservations, and Pro.
J, all other information apply toFRANK rates in Florida" and connections made foi Y .._. :' good will advice and U. she

all points in the Carolinas and the Vir Lemon Hot Drops t follow his instruction.
C. BOYLSTON, Agent, + will find out in A vcrv, ,
Pullman buffet sleep -- -
glnias. Through ulcerated -
several severe
I had for years
short time
that she has been mistaken
208 West nay :&: t., Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville via Richmonr
ing cars much
'is only Sold In sore throat causing by putting her trust in home doctors. I
S P nOLUEIl.: fin!. Pass.! Aet and Washington to New York. pain and uneasiness, as there was con- had been sick for eight years until six

Sacks like this siderable! hemorrhage when coughing.I rrr months ago I commenced with,Dr. R.V.
... bought one bottle of Dr. Motley'sLemon 1 Pierce's medicine and it brought me
Hot Drops. It gave me almost out to where I am now, from ninety
immediate relief. I have used it onljtwefltyfour pounds to one hundred and thirty-five.

The Feed that hours, and my throat and Any lady may writeto_ me, enclosinj'
cough is almost entirely well. It is stamps, and I will answer." r

Southern keeps Mules up certainly an efficient and speedy rem- Women suffering from diseases of longstanding
edy. A. F. Thompson. .. .t'J' are invited to consult Dr..Pierce. :
and feed bills a. urrcrylGa + 116 South Forsyth street, Atlanta, by letter, free All letters are read in
Georgia, 3 private and answered in and the
; private,
down. ST. LOUISI4o. I ,1 : ( : written confidences of .
l women are guarded
Lemon Hot DropsDr.
Mozley's ; I .r, I /Hillr by the same strict professional privacy
W. E.!: Bingham druggist North '
observed in consultations
Railway J J. A COLYEB& BROTHER Port Ala., writes: Dr. Mozley's Lemon i personal '
salable and !t 1 El.l[ II with Dr.Pierce,at the" Invalids'Hotel 1nd' i
Hot Drops is the /i
Surgical Institute
\\1. Address correspondence -
SUITS FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP ever best sold.remedy for coughs and colds I '1/!!II I ," \.11.1 I A great to Dr.many R.V.women Pierce who, Buffalo have,taken N.Y.

Sold by all druggists. Twentyfivecents advantage of Dr. Pierce's offer
Material Unequ led for the Price'LEANING. H. She is perplexed about conditions of of free
bottle. prepared by
f DIRECT LINE-QUICK= TIME TO .. per which she cannot speak to any other. consultation by letter, have expressed
I Mozley, M. D., Atlanta, Ga. She thinks of the family physician. But their gratification at being able to e'icape
Wasbl11gt n, Baltimore, Phlla4tJpbll, DYEING AND REPAIR tier delicate nature shrinks from the in this way the indelicate quest gp pgs,

stew York, e"l ago, glacinnatl, ING NEATLY DONE MONTBROOKThis questions she might be called upon toanswer. the offensive examinations and obnoxious
JOulSQiHt: fltunta Birmingham, thriving burg on the borders And so without counsel helpsiie local treatments, considered necessary
and Marion counties, had an by some local practitioners. Dr.Pierce's .
of Levy drifts along while every day time
ebatal1: oga. memphls, St. Louis, harass City. Spring Samples in Great Variety for election recently and J. S. Blitch, son tightens the fetters of disease. wide experience and wonderful

AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST. Inspection of Senator Newton Blitch, was elected Young women instinctively know that succcess in the treatment .and cure of
mayor with the following councilmen certain conditions are abnormal. They womanly diseases, enables him tp obtain
BEST:: SUITS FOR THE MONEYIN and city officers: Captain E. Randall know that heads and backs were not accurate knowledge of diseases by Ute
NO OTHER LINT APPORDS SERVICE LIKB THIS TOWN councilman from the first ward; Dr. made to ache. But they do not know written statement In a little over thirty

THE FLORIDA EXPRESS D. C. Odell, councilman from second where to turn for relief. years, assisted by his staff of :}egsly a
councilmanfrom score of physicians, Dr. Pjerce} chief
Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike ward; T. N. Llmbaugh ANY MOTHER WOULD SAY
AND THE U. S. FAST MAILTo third ward; N. G. Wade, councilman that consulting physician to the Invalids'
what almost every; mother knows, Hotel and Surgical Institute 'Buffalo!
NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET at large; T. F. Crawford, clerk; ,
the I aat and North. Ben George, marshal. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the N.Y.,has treat .and cured hundred! of
best medicine for the cure of womanlyIlls.
thousands of weak and sickly wom >'1.
THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITEDTo Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the SHE DIDN'T WEAR A MASK It not only cures headache and The dealer who offers-a substitute for
Cotton BuyerP. backache but it cures the womanly ills "Favorite Prescription" as, "just M
the West and North W..t. But her beauty was completely hidden .
which cause these pains."I good" does so to obtain the little moreprofit
The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot O. BOX 134 5y sores, bbtches and pimples till am eo much better since I com- paid by the sale of less meritorioui
she used Bucklen's Arnica Salve. menced taking your' Favorite Prescription .
preparations. substitnt for
Accept no
Springs N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section In the Then they vanished as will all Eruptions ,' writes Miss Jessie Simmons, of "Favorite Peescription," the medicine

World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to ; Fever Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Carbuncles ,Thurston, Frederick Co., Md.n I am which makes weak women strong and
Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina. KIDNEY DISEASES and Felons from its use. Infallible very much improved in health and feel sick women well
: for Cuts Corns Scalds, Burns as though I had a new lease of life. It
Qoclse of Routes to Pan-flffltriua Ezposltlon Buffalo, H V. rr :-- and Piles. Cure guaranteed. 25 cents was just what I needed. Am more than WHAT MISS GREEK THINKS.
are the most fatal of all dis at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. thankful to you for the kindly interest "I think that your'Adviser' is a fine
Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Can, you have taken, and hope that others book," writes Miss Flora I. Greer of 107
Through Coaches. eases. NOTICE Will find the same benefit from your valuable Howe Street, Akron, Ohio.and a book
I[ books and medicines that I have." that everyone should own. If more
EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE. rni c V'O' KIDNEY CURE III i I Tallula Lodge No. 22, I. 0. 0. F., Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription isnot girls would read it instead of trashy

Through Trains via The Southern Railway are Operated in Connection FULL 0 Buarafltsid Remedy I Ocala[ Fla.. meets regularly every offered as a cure-alL It is a woman's novels there would be healthier women
with the Plant System from Jacksonville. : Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock. T. F. medicine, and it accomplishes perfectly and children than there are to-day.
I Garrison, N. G.; H. C. Jones, Secre- the; cure of womanly diseases. It estab- The book referred to is Dr. Pierce's

Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence: Solicited. x money refunded. Contains tary; M. M. Little, Treasurer. All lishes regularity. It dries unhealthy and Common Sense Medical Adviser. It
visiting brethren are cordially Invitedto offensive drains. It heals inflammationand contains 1008 large,pages and over 700:
H. F. CAEY Florida Pa e nger Agent,1(* Well Bay it., JAOKIONYILL1.FLA. remedies recognized by eminent : : attend. ulceratioa and cures female weak- illustrations, and is sent free on receiptof

3. H. HARDWICK. General Fas.bit, V.H.TATLOK AMU physicians as the best for ness. It is a purely vegetable preparation stamps to pay expense of mailing
WA8UINUTON.D. O. ATLANTA,OA. : O 9TCn.XA.: I containing no alcohol, neither only. Send 31 one-cent_ stamps for the
Sidney and Bladder troubles. : lha Kind Yeu Hate Always fought I i opium, cocaine nor any other narcotic, clothbound volume or only ai stamps
July I. 191.: Bears the ) the for the book in
PRICE 5lk. and$1.00. '- and cannot disagree with most paper-covers. Address
i I3gutu! 1 + #. I Igt 'I'delicate constitution. Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V.r .

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II County superintendent of schools atLee
(Courtesy of Postmaster Groves) The merchants of Ocala have Yl\ty ,
__ county, Jas. F. Shawls, has ar
to feel satisfied the
reason over II
26. For Eai I I
Washington, Dec. rived and'will attend the State Teach
Only Dally Paper in Ocala Florida: Cloudy tonight, possibly rain of Monday the and Christmas Tuesday trade.the trade Saturday was, IJ I ers' meeting. Mr. Shawls is the advance 1 1s
in north portion. Friday fair.
f very large and the rush on the last guard. He, says he expects a
I number of his teachers to follow
BITTINGER AND COMPANY CURED day was tremendous, and In several 4i ECBAP
CATARRH CANNOT I stores the clerks were unable to wait r J something unusual, as they are so far
Proprietors and Publishers removed from the of .
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they on the crowd. place meeting.Mr.
cannot reach the seat of :the dlseas< The trade, with a very few exceptions I Shawls, besides being an up to

C:L. BITTINGER, Catarrh is a blood or eongtitutiom was far better than it was last a date educator, is also a first-class sur

Editor and Business Manager.R. disease and in order to cure it you year and better than any Christaia:: veyor and an eloquent and coming tsr
I Ii member of the of the Methodist
must take internal remedies. Hall since the great freeze. This statement liiIsr : Gospel -
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and is borne out by the deposit church. He is interested in Marion .

R. CARROLL, City Editor. acts directly on the blood and mucous made at both banks, and this is the -!: county, owning what is known as

surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not proof of the pudding.Mr. i ,,, .,I r I the Collins plantation near town. i rAn

Entered at the Ocala Postofflce as Bee a quack medicine. It was prescribe Munroe of the bank of Munro
by of the best physicians in this told Star this STATE TEACHERS' COMMITTEEThe
ond class matter one & Chambliss a man ,611R .illa Excellent Combination
country for years, and is a regular, morning that the merchants have don
prescription. It is composed of the the best business this Christmas of UfJofllnngRequires general committee of the State The pleasant method and beneficial

i iI The Christmas edition of the Times best tonics known, combined with the anv Christmas in five years. Teachers' Association will meet tonight effects of the well known remedy

I Union and Citizen was decidedly th best blood purifiers, acting directly on Mr. Barco, manager of the Commercial : a fQundation. That is just as in the council chamber. A full SYRUP OF Fias, manufactured by the
the mucous surfaces. The perfe bank, stated the business wa, true of the building up of the body as oi attendance is desired.SUCCESSFUL CALiFonxu. Fio Srr.UP Co., illustrate .1
most superb newspaper achievement combination of the two ingredients I Is far in excess of last year. The Star; the building of a house. The foundation the\"alueof obtaining the liquid laxative

we have ever seen In Florida. It contained what produces such wonderful result reporter visited most of the store of a strong body is a strong stow- LIME BUSINESSE. principles of plants known to betmedicinally ;,

I' thirty-two pages of fine read in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials today and found the proprietors in :t ach. No man can be stronger than his C. McLeod, the ex-commisisoner, laxative and presenting .: .
them in the form
most to
refreshing thetaste :
In; matter, artistic illustrations and free.F. happy frame of mind over the business stomach. A weak stomach means a an enthusiast on good roads, a successful and
to the
good advertisements, and is an eloquent J. CHENEY & CO.Props., this year. weak man. farmer and saw mill man, and now the acceptable system. His !1
tribute to the genius and enet. Toledo, i O. The Ocala Music Company had a Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has added the burning of lime to his live cleansing one perfect the strengthening lax" w I
system effectually .
gy of its able and scholarly editor, Sold by druggists price 75c. fine stock and did a splendid buslnes: cures diseases of the stomach and other: productive industries, was in town dispelling colds, headaches and fever' :
George W. Wilson."RAILROAD. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Mr. Gerig said the Postof ice drugstore organs of digestion and nutrition. It Christmas day,' and when asked about gently yet promptly apd enab3gonf| I

did the best business in the hid-; enables the perfect digestion and assimi his new venture said he had had trouble to overcome habitual constipation per ,I
JACK" of house. lation of the food which is eaten. Thusit in his lime kiln last week
JIM SMITH'S GEML. tory firing ,, manently. Its perfect freedom front i f
Mr. Snider just doubled his most builds up the body and restores but now it is working beautifully and every objectionable quality and sub 'i

The famous side-splitting comedy; M. \V. Smith, editor of the above fond expectations.Mr. strength in the only way known to he has orders for all the lime he can stance, and its acting on the kidneys, ; ..
"Railroad Jack," which Is to appea named publication of Tompkinsvilh, Burnett did twice the business Nature or to science-by digested and turn out. liver and bowels, without weakenm' 'i: I

at the opera house December 31, wll Ky., will accept the thanks of the Star he did last year, according to stock. assimilated food. Mr. MeLeod also had a word to say or irritating them, make it the ideal

come well recommended and no doubt for a copy of his leaflet edition brim: Dr. Anderson and Tydings & Co., i in "While living in Charlotte:. C., :your medicine about pinders. He said Florida could
will be the funniest show to visit this) full of wit and wisdom. addition to a fine drug trade, also cured me of thiua! and nasal. catarrh ol grow as fine pinders as any state in
ten years' sta:1Hngwrite;; J. I. I.umsden, lanti"C C
city this season. Aside from the highly sold heavily of fancy articles usually Esq, of 221 Whitehall Street, Atlanta. Ga.It At the: Union and that his crop was a fine !
amusing situations in the play and SATISFIED PEOPLEAre carried by a drug store. that time life was a burden to me. and after one; had grown none better and he I
the hilarious antics of Weary Jack The Ocala News Company's sale spending hundreds of dollars under num-rous was surprised that not more attention remedy are obtained from senna and ;
advertisers for
best Foley doctors
the I inches.
was dying by I weighed only
other ;
Raggles, the tramp, scenic effects have< Honey and Tar and all who use i it considerably exceeded those of the 131 pounds In twenty days after J commenced was given them. His crop. Traa;: kcovn the CALIFORNIA plants, by a method
been added with unstinted liberalit: for Surprise store, their predecessors.T. your treatment I was wten of both troubles and fully 400 bushels, every one of whichhe to FIG SYRUP r
agree that it is a splendid six months Co. In order to its beneficial ";
in weighed 170 pounds and was in only. get
of drlllinj Troxler is much His could sell for cash at
and the mark painstaking W. pleased. spot $1 a
Ant .
coughs, colds or sore lungs. perfect health. I have never felt the slightest effects and to avoid imitations, phase :;
and the severest discipline are apparent Monopoly Drugstore.A sales, went way over last year's.The symptom of either since. Am sixtv-fiie' \'earsold bushel. He said that he could grow remember the full of
In very scene, an In the work of saloons did an enormous bus and in perfect health and weigh in pounds 75 bushels to the acre and it did not name Company ':
No money could repay you for what von did for printed on the front of every package.CALIFORNIA .
every participant in the performance. DEEP MYSTERYIt ness Yesterday they served free eggnog me. I would not return to the coalition I Wa; cost more than $10 an acre to grow
The characters of the play have bee [to their friends and customer: in, in October, 1872, for Roci.t:feller's\ wealth." them. "Mc" Is short on pork this FIG SYRUP CO

changed, the scenic equipment has is a mystery why women endure The: hotels were liberally patronize Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets assist the j rear, as he could not buy the hogs he SAN FBANCISCO. CAI.
been greatly added to and the specialties and erved fine dinners. expected to fatten on the pinders he
action of the "
Backache, Headache. Nervousness Discovery, when a laxative fcOUISVTTJ.! ET. J7XW TOSS ST. T.iPsmle .-
said to be wonderfully cleve; The Teapot did a large and raised but expects to have 10,000
are Sleeplessness, Melancholy, Fainting grocery is required.The by aU Drozffi'ti-Price 50c.per botti
this reason. The tornado scene In and Dizzy Spells when thousands have most satisfactory business, a little better pounds of pork anyway. .f-:

which a circus tent is blown to piece: proved that Electric Bitters will quid than last year. :McEachern: lumber company i is When it come to living and having

and during the storm a lady Is thrown ly cure such troubles. "I suffered for The Boston store nearly or quit putting in a large plant some mile: a smoke house at home, "Mc" is one .

into a lion's den with a large, ferocious pears with kidney irouoie,'' write doubled their trade of a year ago and east of Citra and will make that plac< of that kind.

lion andrescued from a mos Mrs. Phebe Cherley, of Peterson, la, are highly pleased over the fine trade its shipping point.TYPEWRITER. PURINA
horrible fate, are said to be the mos ""and a lame back pained me so I could Dame is "tickled to death." He CANDY CATHARTIC WDe

sensational and realistic scene on the not dress myself but.Electrlc Bitter probably did as fine a business as anyone ; RIBBONS*

American stage. Prices 25, 50 and 75! wholly cured me, and, although 7! in town, according to money in. FOR

cents. Reserved seats at the Post rears old, I now am able to do all my; vested. Those desiring Franklin T 'pewriterRibbons !
office drug store. housework." It overcomes Constipation Rheinauer & Co. did an enormou can get them at this office. ; Evth1 HardWork.

improves Appetite: gives perfec business and have no fault to fin,!. 6e.iOc. ur9erys.

THE BEST PLASTERA dealth. Only 50c. at .Anti-Monopolrugatore. ; Sid Whaley nearly sold out and LOST OR STOLEN Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sold In bulk
piece of flannel dampened with banked a lot of funds.
Berate of the dealer who tries to sell
Chamberlain's pain Balm and bound I The Racket Company, with nineteen Black overcoat velvet collar; afternoon .
to the affected parts is superior to any: FOR SALE clerks, could not hold them dowc of 24th. Liberal reward if returned "lomethinf but as good. .

plaster When troubled with lam< and six Their business exceeded that of las : to T. H. Wallis.TENNESSEE W Tif'L. HE FEED.
One four room house one : FOR RENT
back in the side or chest' year by far.George .4-- *
or pains THAT SAVES
blocks from
room house three square Two good cottages to responsible .
've it trial and are certain to Nash Is well pleased. His BUTTER
a you interesl tiiL5
Tenanted and paying big olored tenants. MONEY OVER
be more than pleased with the prompt Will sell cheap. Apply at Star Offlc trade was above that of years gone by The Carmichael & Son Co. have effected 6T. LCtiI Ma
relief which it affords. Pain Balm Klein & Campbell's was the rallyingpoint ; arrangements with a Tennessee CORN A OAT..

also cures rheumatism. One applies for the colored people. The; them da '
to supply
The French Bakery will now take dairy every )
relief. For sale by AntiMonopoly ., were so thick in the big store that one
tion gives orders for black fruit cake. with fresh butter in firkins at 25c
Drugstore. I your could not turn around in the aisle.', per pound. Also country smoked sausage -
and could not half be waited on. 1 1 1Is t at 15c. per pqund. .

Sutherland, on the gulf, will be the useless to say their trade was fain

future home of the Florida conference CASTORIAFor excess of last year. Among the ai- CHOICE ORANGESI LATJEXANDERPractical
college the citiens of that town having tides: stolen no less than six were taken ,

secured it by the offer of the big| Infants and Children. } away from as many shoppers, v/hi have yet a few boxes of choice or .- -
hotel building and $10,000 in cash.TABLER'S were walking out without paying for ,
: arges from my grove; $2 per box delivered '.
The Kind You Have Always Bough them: in town. Call or telephone al FOR ... .
DONKEY tract work. Gives more and better
BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT Hubbard & MacDuff and A. E. Del-
E. :M.: Howard.
the laundry. saves ONEVERY> work for the than other ..:
money any
has been thoroughly tested tor Bears the Quest sold liberally of the substantial They are. good. We have tried '
tor 1 #-#_ the Their sale SACK. man in town. .
many years and is a positive cure SIgn ture of of house and farm. them.-Ed. \
this most distressing and embarrass show an increase over previous years

ing of troubles. Price, 50 cents In bot The millinery stores, Mrs. Hick HOW TO CURE CROUPMr. 3ECAUSE IT GOES ONE-THIRD L.4i--ft M.tE.
ties. Tubes, 75 cents. Antl-Monopc and Irs. Tompkins, were handsomely!; ,
ly Drugstore. INFORMATION WANTEQThe remembered by a generous patronage R. Gray, who lives near Amf-' ARTHER: THAN CORN AND OATS. "31erric-3*ht\ann oclve In th'f world.
t Gadson beat last year's business aUto nia, Duchess county, N. Y., says::
manufacturers of Banner Salve "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
apricots, very choice, pieces. -
Evaporated :
having always believed that no doctor best medicine I have ever used. II
cleaned currants, seeded raisins, ap Liddon & Standley rented everything is fine children's remedy for crOJJand
or medicine can cure in every case, a
wheels in the stables, and S.
pies and prunes. All fresh and fine but never having heard where Banne on never fails to cure." When giver R. FROSiJ.
A. Standley supplied many a coun ry
Just arrived. W. E. McGahagln. Salve fated to cure ulcers, sores, tel customer with handsome buggy or as soon as the child becomes hoarse ,
ter eczema, or piles, as a matter ot or even after the croupy cough has developed ;
wagon harness saddles etc ,

Call at the French Bakery and 1m ei are curiosity; such cases.would like If so to they know will if gladly there!; and (rolled supplies up a, fat sum., This should, it will be borne prevent in mind the attack and d I .: (. .X-: :: -,i: :
and .
amine our stock of fancy B 'nus, the baker, sold out eerything al .
bottle of the Cough Remedy kept
ported groceries. The choicest asfiortment refund the money Anti-Monopol;) eatable, having previously prepared hand ready for instant use as soon ae A fine line of Men's Suits at prices that will as- :
In the city. Drugstore. much the capacity of th "
as as <
For sale bj ,
ovens would permit. these symptoms appear. tonish you. A large assortment of Pants

For family use in numberless wayBALLARD'S DICKENS" ET AL. H.' B. Masters did a lucrative buss Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. at all prices, and all of them bargains. .
SNOW LINIMENT is a Dickens. all departments, f
useful and valuabel remedy. Price, 2i Thackeray.Eliot. nes and largely exceeded the sales of i a SPECIAL PRICES ON DOLLS Children's Suits from $i each. jYouths'
For the next few days. Ocaia !)ewfCompan
sC Anti-Monopoly Drug-
and cents. peaago.. Suits at all prices.A .
'. ,
Kipling.At ;
store. h r. Frosf, though newly established : : ,; .
half thepublisher's price full line of Skirts and

trade and
in t usiness, had a good
Call early. We only'have a few sets flow Are Toar KIdney. 1
Lady fingers and almond macaroons Ocala Music Co. mai ly goods.J Dr.Hobbs'Sparazus Pills cure aS kidney Ilia.Sam Capes, all new styles. ; .
fresh every day. At the French W. Alexander, the New Racket lie tree. Add.8tE 1inv.ltemedl eo..Chicago or N.f

Bakery. ma i, sold just all his big force ole : f is
Worms take refuge in the small In : ks could handle.r. SET YOUR HORSE E 55' FlJ I I (JOOD8in .A

GOLF GOODS .estine, where they can easily multi Fishel thinks he did a better A GOOD BLANKET

We have put in a complete line ol: )ly. WHITE'S CREAM VERMI bu iness than for several years. -- great varieties. '
these parasites
Ocala Music Co. ?UGE will destroy Ir. Dunn sold wagon loads of gro Every horse needs a blanket in the:
golf goods. Valises "
The verdict of the people tells plans; cc ies. winter, and they should not be neg Hats, Shoes, Trunks

TO STOP A COLD how well it has succeeded. Price, 21 V. C. Jeffords did about the same ected. We have them-all weight: and Satchels. Everything /

ents.: Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. of business that he did last md prices. S. A. Standley.J. -
ro ume
when feel a and Clean. for
After exposure or you New, Nobby Agent
re r and has no kick coming.
cold coming and Tar.on,.take.It never a dose fails of to Foley'sHoney stop COLD STORAGEWe he Ocala Furniture company were W. Bryan, of Lowder, Ill., writes: .Work Bros.: (Chicago) Made-to-Order -'. ...
right i In the swim and sold as many 'My little boy was very low with pneu
Anti Monopoly for
time. carries
if taken in .Also
a cold Unknown to the doctor WE Clothing. a sure cure r
are now ready, with increased g ds as they could handle. nonia.
Drugstore. facilities, to receive meat on cold stor JMcIver & MacKay did an elegant gave him Foley's Honey and Tar. ThE Corns. Call and see me; you'll be surprised.

SALE tge. We have added largely to oui siness for th'e past two weeks, and result was magical and puzzled th
FOR storage capacity and can handle more f fr several days before Christmas jus: doctor, as It immediately stopped th-
Desirable residence In the second han 200,000 pounds of meat. W id more than they could attend to. racking cough and he quickly rccovred. 'X': : 'X' :

ward. Annie M. Perry. guarantee to cure the meat perfectly The Carmichael & Son Co., both in ." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.A .
md our charges are one cent per le saloon and in their well stocked

1902SAMPLES1902You pound for one month's storage. rocery did a rushing business and fresh arrival of Hecker's Sell :R. F] 0 S'I'
are invited to call and examine East Fla. Ice Mfg. Co., ere as busy as bees. Raising Buckwheat. Rolled Wheat and : : -

samples of Columbia, Crescent and S. Benjamin, Mgr Mrs. Martinot and the Wolf bakery Oats at E. )lc ahagin's. /

I-,,- Hartford Bicycles, which will be exhibited id a big business in fruit cakes, etc. Disease and danger lurk in the vita! 1

by the company's representative reasonably hope for Ernest McGahagin had his store rgans. The blood becomes vitiated -
No can
at our warerooms on Dec. 12. one unless his bowels move full all the time and sold more goods and the general health is undermined -
Ocala Music Co. once good; each day. When this is not attended han he ever sold before in as short whenever the stomach and liver fail tc G. A. HUNTER

to, disorders of the stomach a L time. perform their functions as nature in ,
Ind.,. Mr. Gaskin was also rushed and did ended. HERBIXE will tone up th
C. W. Lynch, Winchester, arise, biliousness, headache, dyspepsia -
writes: "I owe the life of my boy tcFoley's and piles soon follow. If you wish a big business.At I stomach, regulate the liver, where Practical Mechanical
Honey and Tar. He had men to avoid these -ailments keep your the city market everything was other preparations only relieve. Price
dose Chamber rushed and did a big business. Edwards 50 i cents. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.The .
.1- branous croup, and the first gave towels regular'by taking LOCKSMITH
him relief. We continued its use and ain's Stomach and Liver Tablets Brothers did as big or perhaps largest shipment of Package GUN AND ,

it soon brought him out of danger." when required. They are so easy t 9 he heaviest business ever done by Candies (Xunnally's, of course) everceived

Anti-Monopoly Drugstore: take and mild and gentle in effects hem, and many a juicy turkey from at Ocala, just in at the Post Repairing a Specialty.
heir cod storage graced the festive .
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Office Drug Store.If
1. I
FOR SALE If you want to feel good, get into fr ioard. Dukes exceedingly busy. you would have an appetite like Box 374, Opposite City Market Ocala a.
Two story house, with store, a large pair of fleece-lined soles. They will and Penny Mente and Tucker, the nisi and a bear and a relish for your meals
good well and outhouses. sake your soul feel good. At Majsers1. take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver -
plat with sold out their big
oyster men, soon
condition. Apply to Peter : Tablets. They correct disorders
All in good Writers
r tock. stomach and regulate the liver Franklin Type
Fla. Box
Ingram, Ocala, Fred K. Powers, the Exposition and bowels. Price. 25 cents. Samples
PROFESSIONAL CARDS / street grocer, was not forgotten by his free at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
who treated -
numerous colored patrons,
I him liberally.
;. A fine income-paying banana plantation D. FULLER Martin the newsdealer, dinot
W. M. ,
and other property In Spanish DENTIST I I put in his usual holiday stock, but icorn; anDONKEY ats mghPU8e Neatest, Handsomest, Most Durable

:. Honduras for sale or exchange. For i had a good trade. 1 < Machine Made.

f details call on or address C. C. Carroll, Bank means did TRY
Office Over Munroe A Chambliss The Anti-Monopoly by no AND COMPACT "
';.: Star Office, Ocala, Fla. OCALA. FLA. a small business but were right in it.and m A LIGHT

.. had great crowds all the week. Fewer Parts than Any Other First- ;

HOUSE FOR SALE I For the past week or ten days the II iA Class Machine.

J. E. CHACE banks> have had all they could do to i !; r .
Block 6, new survey, north for sale. transact the business that went over VISIBLE WRITING .. ., "

Located in fourth ward. House has all DENTAL SURGEON heir counters. FEED For ALIGNMENT ;. = s S

t<=, modern improvements pipes, Office Upstairs Commercial Bank Bldg PERFECT -
electricity, bath and W. C. range with I LOST A WATCHA >. I
first Ocala, Fla. AXO r. !a! Any Size or Face of Type -
hot water boiler. Five rooms on lady's solid gold double case OH ALL 0 w s3 '!
floor, bath room and closets, and four watch was lost this morning between FULLY GUARANTEED = -
bed rooms on second floor. Large veranda TERMS CASH Wolt's bakery and the postoffice. A ,, ;. Working Terms to Suit Your Convenience. A Few Second-Hand Machines at Reduced

In froftt' half way .ound the icture of a gentleman was pasted onthe MI/.d r Prices. Call at Star Office and See Machine or Write to
house. Cistern, well and city water. Kidney Cure Inside% of the case. A liberal regard y Stock.
to Ed Daley's ... R. R. CARROLL, Agent, O ALA.
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