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IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN.
So.ne Things You Know andSome Things You Don't Know. Nice Florida oranges at Gray's. C A. Root of Warnell is in the city. Plenty of oysters at Gray's today. For Sale. A $15 Kocak forio "This office. Dr. W. A. Chisholrn is in the city. V Keep your hands warm. Buy a pair ot Gloves from RoweH. A fine lot of fat gecte today at Gray's. J. M. Attowuy cf Atlanta is in town. Fine Cedar Key cystcrs today at Grays. Underwear ! Underwear ! ! Un derwear ! ! ! J. A. RowelJ. A. Gradig of Chattanooga is in the city, Young chickens cheap constant ly on hand at Wm. Gray's. A good Four-ply Linen Collar at Howell's tor 15c., 2 for 25c. A. W. Bens of Jacksonville is in the city. Houses to rent in second ware Apply to Chas. Phillips. 20-1 w The Imperial scarf makes a neat, attractive tie. Rowdl keeps them. W. A. Fulton of Istachatta is at the Ocala house. Apples as fine as you ever saw at Gray's. You want a nice Hat. Buy it at the Big Store get it at Roweli's. Several small wagers were lost on the election yesterday. Wm. Gray has an over-supply of fine Chickens of every variccy. Stamping on any surface at short notice. East ot armory bldg. Nothing in the mayor's court this morning or yesterday. Go to Mrs. Lambert to have stamping, fancy work and painting done promptly. East of armory. Decoration, painting, etc., for Xraa: presents. East of armory building. Phil C. Clark of New York is registered at the Montezuma Have your seats reserved for the concert Thursday evening, Dec. 12, at Israel's book store. Embroidery done to order ; t reasonable rates for Christrms. Cottage east of armor building. W. M. Brooks of Floral City is in town to Jay on business. Patronise horceta?ent and take yourself rnd friends to the .Choral Concert Tnursday. For style, beauty and finish Roweli's $2,50 Shoe eclipses all others. Get a pair. Co1. F. L. Robertson of the Brooksville Register is in the city. , Everybody is going to the Cho ral Concert Thursday evening. Reserved seats at Israel's. R. A Hall, practical Painter and Paperhanger, Glazier and Kalso miner. Box 296, Ocala, Fia. C. O. Massey returned yester day from a business trip to Tampa. Three nice rooms for rent oppo site Episcopal church. Enquire at M. Fishel's. Rev. J. C. Porter spent last night with his family on Lake Weir. For Rent. A ten-room house. Hot and cold bath, two blocks from square. Apply to H. G. Hay- craft fit city ticket office of Plant f tSstem Davidson & Van Eehop, Haberdashers . CORDOVAN. j m 1 Sivl IR N A FRENCH CALF. "WHERE I CAME FROM Drugs will either serve your pur pose or they will not. Either they are worth taking or they are not. There is no middie ground. Intrust your prescriptions only to careful and competent parties. Exper ience teaches all. Only compe tent and experienced prescript ions ts are allowed to till prescrip tions and family receipes at the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. First National Bank Building:. Ocala' s sweetest maidens rwill take pare in the concert Thursday evening. Nice Sweet Potatoes at 50 and 55 cents per bushel at William Gray's. Col. T. P. Lloyd cf Inverness, one of Citrus county's brightest lawyers, is in the city. Fresh oysters on ice will be found every day now at Wm. Gray's. - A big line of Cloaks and Capes, and we never miss a sale. The Bazar Store. Major O. P. Rooks, the well known nurseryman of Fruitland Park,, is in the city on business. Have you looked through our Japanese Department? The Bazar Store. Fresh Venison and Fine Salt Fish-Roe just received at L. S. Black's, stall 11, city Market. Albert Birdsey has returned from a trip to New . York, where he went to purchase goods for the new store to be opened by S. R. Birdsey & Co. The National Protective Legion pays $15 per week to members in case of sickness or disability. Get the baby a pair of pretty. Sole Shoes. They are stylish. Rowell sells them. Prof. J. A. Abrams, the gentle manly agent of Luddeh & Bates, Southern Music House of Sa vannah, Ga., left today for Gaines ville and Atlanta. He will spend Christmas with his parents in Brunswick, Ga. Prof. Abrams will return to Ocala about January 15th, when he will make this city his headquarters. Fine Fresh Oysters every day at L. S. Black's, 25c per quarr. Stall 11, city market. IV 1 THIS WEEK, ff Anti- pS, J Jf nohopolyj JiftM Store. . losSes: Ilea fOrC til l-C3i fr-QYPTP . - 1 1 . . JjJLj J III J IVWi Room 2 Go ry "Block. i 4- Lai iudbLoi C and Mate a Selection FlH Biigoce FALL MILLINERY! Having just received a full line of the latest styles of fall millinery, we are now ready to please the ladies. All we ask is for you to call and see us . Thanking you for past favors, I am Kindly yours, Mrs. C. A. Brown. GVE US A On mr G MM iVi up in" nouse' Dwelling Houses for rent and sale: Store Rooms for rent; Collections promptly made; Safe Loans T inceci on improved real estate; first class reieran- ces iriven for reliability and promptness. r - 1; Kl IUn Ocala ciikjii. Florida. I CD) mi TRIAL t A Before tliej Stock of RUGS To p 1 ucaia. Ma. ocononoocononoononononcEn Pee! O t3 . B O E2 O 13 O E3 O o - I Badly Todav? 9 because O serious diseases often follow trifling C3 ailments. o O o a o E3 O E3 B B O If you are weak r and generally ex- r hausted, nervous, have no appetite m . and can't work, r begin at once talc- q ing the most relia- q ble strengthening mm , medicine, which is r '. Brown's Iron Bit- ters. Benefit comes q . from t hf vrv firufr zZr Brown's Iron Bitters dose. Z S IT CURES O O rivcriAinefji. WlrlriAv fin1 I o Neuralgit, Troubles, g o ConstipatiCii, Impure Blood, c g Malaria, Nervous ailments S ' o Women's complaints. o 5 Get only the genuine it has crossed red Jj lines on the wrapper. g BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO. g Goaonocooonoononononononij Salt Fish ! I keep constantly on hand all kinds of provisions, includ ing Fish, Fruits and Vegetables, and all kinds of Fresh Green Groceries. I also receive daily Chickens, Eggs and Ice. A large supply constantly on hand. WM. GRAY, Exposition Street, west from First National Bank. SEE HERE I William James, the Upstairs Barber in the Gary Block, Has taken a Fall ! Hair Cut, 1 5 c. Shampoo, 1 5 c. Shave, 10 c, All vork done in first-class styles Come and give me a trial. Win. James, The - Upstairs - Barber, GARY BLOCK, OCALA mm nil die all Gone.