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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 6 23, 1905
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID00426
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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Baby Today WORTH
4.t Messrs. Henry and Robert Swindleof J I MAGNIFICENT LIBRARY $500.

s and health for the little ones and Watermelons are going out by the Better, thank you. In fact, quite: well. Anthony were visitors at Sparr Sunday -

t grown-ups in driving act recreation I train load. Flewellen Bros. will ship Fat round and afternoon.
and full of life inischieL j
'' 25 cars of the genuine rattlesnake melon l- Miss Grace Meadows will return to OFFERED FREE OF COST. .
Prove it if hitch a !
.p 1c and pleasure. you Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim.
for which they are getting the her home in Tampa Tuesday, after apleasant
e horse or two; to one of the many carriages highest prices. pies. No cough, no indigestion. I
visit with relatives and friends

t runabouts, surreys and buggies Sheriff Gordon was in town Tuesdayon I All on account of here. Read the Following Details Carefully:

,, occupying floor space In our sales- official business. i I II Quite a large crowd attended the

- ti rooms. Every rig that leaves our store Mrs. L. V. Porter and two children i I League here Sunday evening. II A number of our enterprising merchants have arranged a most interesting !

left today for Virginia. They will I i Mr. and Mrs. Clemmons will give a contest between the Ocala High School. Public Library, Volunteer Fire-
is certain to be thv acme or comfort as I I!
\ spend the summer at Roanoke ,, party Friday right in honor of their men, B. P. O. Elks L O. O. F., K. of p.. Masons, W. O. W., Rifles, Epworth

to springs, seats, tires, ana every part Mr. W. P. Cromer and daughter left I Ii i niece. Miss Mattie Ellis. League, Howard Academy or any church, hospital or Institution you would

of its make-up. We are glad to name today for North Carolina for the sum- i i iI 1 i Mr J. L. Emmisor returned to Port wish to own the beautiful library, valued at $500, and now on display at C.
-'s prices any day. mer.Mrs. I administered by a mother whose love Tampa Monday, after a two weeks' Rheinauer & Co's.
W. R. Baker left recently for I I visit to his parents here. THE REWARD will be a magnificent library, consisting of 243 volumesof

eo rue.t S. A. STANDLEY & CO her home in Kentucky. She will be was tempered with common sense. Miss Pauline Eminisor of Sparr has the standard subscription publications of the day as follows: Library of the
I : She knows that OZOMULSION is
away all the summer. returned home after a pleasant visit to I World's Best Literature, 46 volumes; Library of the World's Greatest Classics,

The faculty for the McIntosh school a fountain of energy for grown-cps, her friend Miss Vivian Dame ,of Ocala. 50 volumes; the Anglo-American Dictionary and Cyclopedia, 12 volumes; Library -

- '' has been sele"ted. Professor Armond too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes Miss Dame accompanied her home to of Oratory, by Depew, 15 volumes; Library of Standard Fiction, 13 ,

of Alachua county is principal and everybody plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeblo spend a couple of weeks. volumes: the Library of Poets, 32 volumes; the World's Best Essays, 10

GADSON'SCLEARANCE expects great results, as he folk it is the chief nourisher at life's Mr. Dan Grantham is still on the sick volumes; History of Our Great Commanders, 12 volumes. !

comes highly recommended.The feast It cures Consumption when list. Pig. Each and every one of these books are specimens of the best mechanical

dedication of the Baptist church taken in time. All druggists sell it- execution which examination will prove.

here Sunday was a crowning success.Dr. 50 cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let us The conditions of the contest are as follows: Any lodge, church or

C. C. Carroll of Ocala preached the send THE COLORED PEOPLE'SDEPARTMENT school, club, hospital or organization public or private, is eligible to the contest -

dedicatory sermon, assisted by Rev. youFree Votes for individauls will not be counted. With each ten cent purchase

ANNUAL Edwards of DeLand. Dr. Carroll's ser- Sample Bottle by Mail a ticket will be given by the merchants through whose liberality these grani

mon was the best ever heard on suchan libraries are furnished, on which will be written the amount of the purchase:
i Write letter or postal toOZOMULSION
occasion. Mr. Edwards also was Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor. and the number 1)f votes. The purchaser will write on the ticket the Institution -

looking out for the interest of the CO. or organization for which he or she desires to vote, sign their names and<

Southern Baptist, for which every 08 Pine Street, New York. deposit the ticket in the ballot-box in the store in which the purchase is
Lake Charm excursion over the S. A.
SALEM member of the church subscribed or re- made.
L.. on the 30th, at $1 for the roundtrip
newed. The church debt, which was LOW ROUND TRIP RATES The standing of the contestants will be published exclusively in each Fri

$385, was readily and easily raised, FROM OCALA VIA day's issue of the Evening Star until October 15, 1905, at 7 o'clock p. m,

and now the church stands a credit to LINE Wanted, a woman to assist in cook- when the remaining votes will be counted and the magnificent library awarded -

.. We Must Have Room. our town and people. ATLANTIC COAST ing, etc. Apply at Chapman's restau to the organization having the largest number of votes. The Star will

Mrs. C. E. Bateman: who has been In rant. Main street, near laundry. publish in each issue a coupon which will entitle the holder to two votes that

Jacksonville for two weeks, visiting $18.25-KNOXVILLE. TENN. Tickets will be credited to the institution that is written on apace provided for same
will return home Sunday. sold June 18, 19, :20.: 24, 25, July 1, 8, *For comfortable lodging and good when delivered to the ballot-boxes in either of the stores.

Mrs. Hampton and Miss Flewellen of 9, 15, 1905, final limit fifteen days ad- meals call at the Mack House. Terms
: 35c Jardinnieres now 24c.
Columbus. Ga.. spent a few days with dition to date of sale. Extension of very reasonable. Mrs :Melissa Mack,

75c Jar nnieres now 49c. their sister Mrs. Flewellen. limit can be secured by deposit of proprietress Voting Tickets Can Be Secured Only

Clark Walkup has returned from Da- ticket.
Robert Johnson and Miss Celia From the Merchants
vidson's College. TENN. Tickets Following :
$J.50 Jardinnieres now 98c. Small, both of Shady Grove, were hap
_ sold June 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, 21, July
FURIOUS FIGHTING pily married last night at the home
2, 3, 4, 1905, final limit 15 days, but
of the bride. I
Rubber shoes for men, women and children J9c. "For -" W. extension can be secured to September CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK .
seven years, writes Geo.
30, 1905.27.9oBALTIMORE. Yearly excursion to Savannah and
Men's JOc sox, red, blue and black now 7c pair. Hoffman of Harper, Wash., "I had a $ MD. Tickets Columbia via the S. A. L., July 2. Ratesto I \Vill' ] issue 100 votes to each new depositor who opens an

50c men's black satin shirts now 35c. bitter battle with chronic stomach and sold July 1, 2, 3 and 4, 1905, via all Savannah, $6 and to Columbia, $S, account with not less than $5. On such accounts the
liver trouble, but at last I won, and
rail or via Norfolk and Chesapeake for the round trip. sum of 85. must remain on deposit three months, and can-
50c men's work shirts 38c each. cured my diseases by the use of Elec- I
now Bay, via Savannah and M. & M. T. not be withdrawn until the expiration of that time The
in the Bethel
tric Bitters. I unhesitatingly recom- Keep memory Sunday
. 25c and 50c 35c I Co. Tickets sold June 30 to July 3, privilege to each depositor extended only on time.
20c and voting
suspenders, now pair.A mend them to all, and don't intend !n School Convention at the Second Bap- I ,

I rhe future to be without them In the inclusive, final limit July 15, 1905, tist church in our city. The meetingsare I

big line large white tray cloths at 5c each. house. They are certainly a wonderful but gust extension 31, 1905. can be secured to Au- quite interesting.B. C. Rheinauer &Co I Teapot Grocery.

medicine to have cured such a bad
Tickets C. Cody is the har.p} tedl.ient ofa The Leading Dry Goods Store. VotThe Grocery and the Market offers
Lace table covers and pillow shams f 3c each. case as mine. Sold under guarantee $ .
16 17 19. 24 26 1, check for disability from the National ers, remember this is headquarters. the strongest precinct. Seventy-five
to do the same for you by the Anti- sold June 15, July I

__ Monopoly Drugstore, at 50c. a bottle. 8, 10, 1905, final limit fifteen days but Protective Legion for $'O. He thinks I The Haberdashery, T. B. Snyder, Prop. per cent. of your voting strength is

Have just put on sale all our Glassware, Tinware, Try them today.SEABOARD extension granted to September 30, everybody ought to belong to the LeI I The Leading Men's Furnisher and with your grocer, every meal you serve,

_ I and Utensils at cost to for5c 1905. gion. I it's voting. Bring your account and
Crockery, Cooking get room Tailor of Ocala. We satisfy the most I
I I vote when the same.
AIR LINE RAILWAY $35.85-BUFFALO. N. Y. Tickets sold The baseball contest between Ocala I exacting demands of all. Votes count you pay

AND JOe COUNTER GOODS July 8, 9 and 10, final limit July 25, and Dunnellon was called off yesterdayon here. Minnie A. Bostick

Special Rates but extension can be secured to Au- account of some dissatisfaction between I W. J. Chambers Shoe Co. The only Millinery and Notion Store

gust 4, 1905. Stop-over privilege allowed the two t-lubs. The game Is said
123.45 LOUISVILLE, KY., and return. I The Best and Largest Variety of issuing votes. Vote here.
ft) rd at Philadelphia Baltimore and to be on for today.'Furnished .
tC Tickets on sale July 30 and 31. with Washington, returning.$45.70DENVER Shoes in town. We have the pair you Guarantee Clothing Co.
final limit August 10. rooms to rent at 75c. per and
want. We have the votes. Come
(w W The New Store. Voters
Clothing remember -
COL. Tickets sold
BIG LINE 1: week, single, or $1 for couple, in ad-I
$38.25 TORONTO, CANADA, and re- see us.
June 29, 30, July 1, 2 and 3, with final vance. Prepared meals at all prices, this is a strong precInct. Everybody
42 turn. Tickets on sale June 19, 20, 22 I Marion Hardware Co. vote.
0I limit July 14. but extension can medicines etc. Call and be economical.Mrs. .
:.J and 23, with final limit to leave To-
= CJ) be secured to August 8, 1905. Same Mary Jones, at the old Home Bakery Everything in Hardware and Builders The Variety Store
td a ronto not later than June 39.
0 F' W ors t Sg rates apply to Colorado Springs and Orange street. Supplies. A splendid opportunity Is everything the name Implies.

_ e $19-30-NASHVILLE. TENN.. and re- Pueblo. Stop-overs allowed at Col- for contractors to vote for their fa- Thousands of votes will be cast here
00 turn. Tickets on sale June 11, 12, orado Cleaning, pressing dyeing and repairing vorite.
o common points. so get in line.
] ] 13, 19, 20, 21, July 2. 3, 4, with final at John Jackson's and Wil- Tydings & Co.
Sw PARK, N. J. Tick-
ALL KINDS FOR o limit of fifteen days from date of 35.55ASBURY, liam's establishment. Ladies' clothinga McKean Lumber. Co.
CJO o ets sold June 29, 30, July I, 2, 1905
The only Druggist issuing votes. A
sale. Extension available to Sep- specialty. Work done with neatness, A glorious opportunity for contract
for rail lines, and June 26 to 30, Inclusive I
!! busy corner where the voting will he
w 4th of tember 30. and satisfaction guaranteed. South ors to vote for their favorite. AMoad
: July. via South Atlantic ports and
6) I I heavy. We have them. '
"iflI Tickets sold Orange street, two doors below Pow- o. wood, 10 votes. Don't miss them.
b $35.85-BUFFALO, N. Y. steamer final limit July 10, but extension -
; ers' grocery. Ocala Music Co., Pianos and Organs I!
July 11 to 15, 1905. Final limit, Au- Chas. Peyser
j can be secured to August 31, The Leading Jeweler. Our Special
i4 gust 4, by depositing ticket with 1905. i *The Magnolia Restaurant ana Ice Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' ArtI
Stock will supply the most exacting
joint agency, 177 Washington St., Cream Parlor is now open night and j I cles. Box trade a specialty. Voted
$4!85.70-PORTLAND, OREGON Seattle I demands. The votes are here in plenty.
Buffalo, not later than July 15, and day for the public. Meals and lunches here.
Washington, Tacoma, Washington served to order. Ice cream and cake a E war d. Market
:i paying fee of $1. Account of Grand Ocala News Co
Bellingham. Washington, Ever- Give trial. Jesse Mc-
specialty. us a
OCALA BAZAARA Lodge B. P. O. E. Our Meats and Vegetables are the
ett, Washington, Victoria, B. C., Van- Duffy, proprietor. Books, Stationery and Chinaware;
best the market affords. Vote here.
couver, B. C., going via any direct a busy store. Vote here.Martinet's .
LES. Rate, $80.10. Tickets sold cer- oth- There will be a lecture at St. James T. W. Troxler
route returning same or any French BakeryThe
tain dates, April 10 tc August 14, Episcopal Mission tonight by the pas
er direct route. Tickets on sale May Only Soda Fountain, Confection-
tor. Rev. J. B. Brown, on the 39th Article I Buy your dollar's worth of tickets
inc., final return limit 90 days from I !
30 inclusive. er and Fruit Dealer issuing votes. They
22 to September -
here and cast ten votes. They all
of Religion. Everybody is invitedto i your
date of sale, not to exceed November I count here.
30. $186.20-TO SAN FRANCISCO, and Los come and participate in these ser- I count
Ocala Furniture Co.
Angeles Cal fornia. 'Tickets on sale Y l"t"s. Choir practice at the close of D. W. Davis, Fire InsuranceThe

$18:25-KNOXVILLE, TENN., and re- at intervals in months of May, June, the service. Big Furniture Store, where you
Votes will be issued for premiums
A Makes turn. Tickets sale June 18, 19,
on July, August and September. can vote every payment you make,
policies written or old policies
HealthyWell 20, 24, 25, July 1, 8, 9, 15, 19, limited I cash or installments. on new
$J12-45-ATHENS, GA. Tickets sold CUBAN DIARRHOEAU. renewed, provided such premiums are
Man returning 15 days from date of sale.
Extension available to September 30. June 23, 24, 25, 26/), July 1, 8, 15, 1905, I S. soldiers served in Cuba during I Ditto & Maloney paid within thirty days of date of pol

I I with final limit fifteen days from I the Spanish war: know what this dis- I Will issue a fixed 1000 votes on evicy.. For each 10 cents of premium one
.JL $17.70 ASHEVILLE, N. C., and return.
day of sale, but extension can be ease is, and that ordinary remedies I cry bona fide real estate transaction vote will be issued.
Tickets on sale June 22, 23 and Li,
secured to September 30, 1905. have little more effect than so much I and one vote with each 10 cent preThe White Star Steam Laundry
with final limit July 5. I
$21.35-oXFORD, MISS. Tickets sold water. Cuban diarrhoea is almost as mium paid on policy written for the= For each customer pledging us their

LI SPECIAL RAILROAD RATES June 12, 13, H, 20, 27, July 5, 11, 18, severe and dangerous as a mild attackof Germania Life Insurance Co. bundle when we open we will issue CO

25, 1905, limit fifteen days from date cholera. There is one remedy, how- Florida Plumbing and Electrical Co. votes. Just study this out. Give us

of sale but extension can be secur- ever, that can alwajc! be depended up- '
Round Trip Colonist Rates to Texas,, I The Leading Plumbers. A big oppor- your work. Save the bundle slips. ;
ed to September 30, 1905. on, as will be seen by the following certificate I rIly
Oklahoma, Louisiana and Indian Ter- i tunity for voters; contractors especial Get your friends to do likewise. Take
Summer Tourist Rates are on sale to I from Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, of
ritory Each First and Third Tuesday A Glide Automobile a winning I them to our agency and get the votes.
ruoi MAO all Summer Resorts in the South. Houston, Texas "I hereby certify that i vote. We have them. Big item. '

Round trip Convention rates to Col Chamberlain's Colic, Colera and Diar-
information call
For further
A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the MOST PERFECT orado June 29 to July 3, inclusive. uponor rhoea Remedy cured my husband of a I
write to Merchants Note
LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do not fill your system Carefully.
Round trip Convention rates on va- severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea,
with Calomel. Arsenic or Quinine. HERBINE is a guaran- J. C. Maughs, F. J. Huber, I
rious dates from 23, until September which he home from Cuba. We
May -
teed cure for all diseases produced by a TORPID LIVER C. T. A., D. T. A. brought j The rules or the contest provide that each merchant shall carefully make
and IMPURE BLOOD. It will MALARIA without leav- 28, with final return limit 90 daysto had several doctors but they did himno
cure Ocala, Florida a record of his vote on Thursday night of each week, sending a dupllcate'ofI
of the effects of used for that California and Lewis and Clark Ex- good. One bottle of this remedy I
ing any deadly many T. C. White D. P. A., Tampa, Fla. I same to the Evening Star, on Friday before noon of each week over his own
purpose. One bottle purchased today may save you froma position, Portland Oregon. cured him, as our neighbors will tes- .
j signature, including the tickets, carefully wrapping and tying them up In as
sick spell tomorrow. Quickly cures Biliousness, Con- Through Pullman tourist cars oper- tify. I thank God for so valuable a
Malaria Chills and all Liver ANTHONYMrs. I small a package as possible, write you r own name and date of delivery on
stipation Dyspepsia "
ated three days a week from Washington medicine. For sale by the Postoffice
k Complaints. Used and recommended by the medical profession i each so that they can be filed away wit h your records and delivered to a committee
I D. C., to San Francisco, without Drugstore.
generally.A Emmet Taltun and two sons of 'I on awards appointed at the close of the contest.'I ;
change, via Atlanta, Montgomery, Mo- l e.
DeLand are the guests of Mr. John

per week from St. Louis, via Chicago, Talton.Mr. Earl Boyd. ivho left the pasi PICNIC TO LAKE CHARMThe I The Star's Voting Proposition.We II

a Dr. A. J. Hannah, a leading physician of Umatflla., and Alton and Union Pacific, via Kan- week, has begun his school at Rixford Seaboard Air Line will run a

Fla. says: "I have been using Herbine in my prac- sas City and Denver. Mrs. Tom Harris of Valdosta, 1o-- special train for this excursion, leaving will give a premium of 150 votes for every paid three months' subscription

tice and well with the results. I Information cheerfully given.J. to this 400 votes for paid six months' subscription and 1000
am pleased always merly Miss Blanche Lindner of this I Ocala Friday, June 30, at 7 a. m., returning paper; every

keep some on hand and think it a grand" medicine F. Renssalaei. Gen. Agt., place, is the guest of her parents, 3hand leave Lake Charm at 4 p. tn. i|I votes for every paid subscription for one year. Old subscribers get the same
for Biliousness and Liver Complaints. 13 Peachtree St. Atlanta Ga. in advance. voter shouldbe
Mrs. Lindner. 'I Rate, $I round trip. number of votes by paying their subscriptions Every

Large Bottle, 50c Avoid All Substitutes Miss Lillie Ba>=sett. the charming and I F. C. W. Williams W. B. Colyer, S.Iii. a subscriber.

THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITEFor highly accomplished daughter of Mr.J. Hadley, Committee.

Ballard Snow Liniment Co. D. Bassett, is here for a several

Coughs, Croup Whooping Cough weeks' visit. :Miss Bassett. who has I LOOK! LOOK! LIBRARY VOTING "COUPON.
St. Louis, U. S. A. I etc. One Minute Cough Cure Is the school
been attending the Sutherland Marion JulI, the
children's favorite. This is because it operhouse This coupon entitles the holder to two votes that can be cast for any Institution
has just received her diploma.Mrs. will !
Home Standard Concert Company
k contains no opiate, is perfectly harm- competing for the library, when properly filled out signed and returned -
: Vinnie Grantham of Pine and
give one of their best up-to-date plays,
less, tastes good and cures. Sold by to the ballot boxes in any of the stores pa!' cipating.
two lovely children are guests of Mrs all the new songs, latest jokes and ,
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGIS'iS.d'LIik. the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. '
Hillman this week, as is also :Mrs
dances. Don't fail to see Billy; Rich- Name of .:

Cooper of Ocala. ardson and others, whose names will

FORT McCOY Miss Lenatwater, who has been l the bills.I. Name of Voter .. .. .. .. .......... .. .. ... .. .. .. .... .......
Fort Mi-Oiy. June 21. Hodges & ill for the month, is improv appear _
Beer is Good forYou quite past E. Tompkins, Manager.TO .
o'Hara. having failed to get a flow ing rapidly under the skillful treatmentof EVENING STAR. tIr ..

from the well they started some weeks Dr. Carl Lindner.READ COLORED CITIZENS I,

; ; ago have decii"d to start again. This! .
Remember to cast your ballots, in the
time they will sink 4-inch piping and .
: : THIS : big free library contest for Howard -
r: I The malt is a food; the hopsa are driving it with a gasoline engine. Academy. Read the conditions in Sat-

tonic. The alcohol-only 3}< per cent-is The machinery.first attempt which was they to soon drill found by hand to Dothan Ala., July 13, 1S99. I urday's Star. Save your Star cou-

A. J. Johnson.
an aid to digestion; a healthful: stimulant. be slow work. The first well was driven Dr. E. W. Hall St. Louis MO.DearSir pons. Prim Howard Academy.

e ;about 30ft feet before it was abandoned, : We have been selling your Texas

Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of with some prospect of a generous flow. Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery for A BARGMlN IN LUMBER

J W. Stevens has just returned from I i two years, and recommend it to anyonei
Eleanliness-cooled in filtered air and ; We have a large quantity of secon-i
suffering with any kidney trouble as !
: L visiting his son J. E. Stevens at Ic-I i.

r bottle is sterilized.It Intosh. and reports that jectlon as having i being the best remedy we ever sold. hand lumber of all kinds which we will

every some of the finest corn crops he I Tours truly, J. R. Young.A I sell cheap and on terms to suit cus

is one of the best things in the'' world for you. has seen in the county. There will be i I tamer. Ditto & Maloney. I

quite a number of carloads of watermelons i TEXAS WONDER i
does not ferment on the stomach, because it and cantaloupes shipped from j I One small bottle of the Texas Wonder DyspepsiaCure

that point. as well as early vegetables. i Hall's Great Discovery, cures all I ;( It is ten times easier to cure coughs,
is for months in refrigerating I cough and all lung
aged-aged Grunge trees ire not looking as well as :i Kidney and Bladder troubles removes croup whooping _
: Gravel cures Diabetes, Seminal Emissions ': and bronchial affections when the
before it is marketed. last year on account of the severe cold
rooms last winter. Weak and Lame Backs, Rheu i i bowels are open. Kennedy's Laxative

matism and all irregularities of the and Tar U the original Laxative
without biliousness. Ask This section is being blessed with 'I Honey
It gives you bee) fine rains and farmers are in good Kidneys and Bladder in both men and I i' Cough Syrup. Gently moves the bowels ; Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion! ,dyspepsia, sour stomach
troubles In
doctor \\ hat he thinks about drinking women. Regulates bladder i and expels all cold from the sys- i tired weak stomach stomach stomach
your spirits over the best corn crops that children. If not sold by your druggistwill stomach, windy puffed ninrout

Schlitz beer. Ask for have ben made for years. Quite a be sent by mail on receipt of $I. I| tern. Best for Coughs, Colds, Croup. stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.

For sale by large acreage will be planted to sweet One small bottle is two months' treatment ;': Whooping Cough etc. Remember the ,

c, ts the Brewery Bottling.TheCarmigeli'SonCo.i i potaties. and seldom fails to perfect a cure. i' "Kennedy's and see that the rwe a vt. L&-1 Dlpaafa What lea E8I hUu '
B. fired clover blossom and the honey beer Itakw ,Ite SHIIlII ...., I uu WU"1. I
"' Miss Stella Mprtin, who has been attending Dr. E. W. Hall sole manufacturer, c.cuic..vsa wH.
1 1 Aa. "....
school at DeFuniak for the past O. Bob 629, St. Louis, Mo. Send foi j is on the bottle. Sold by the Antl-Mo-
The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous two years, has returned home. testimonials. Sold by all druggists. nopoly Drugstore. .



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