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The Ocala evening star

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

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

Notes

Abstract:
The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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6S',. <:' I G l 1 I' i 'lie Star Did It i I Ii STATE: OF OHIO, f I Mr Joiner Returns

\ () : C.J : OCCURRENCES I CITY OF TOLEDO, SS. C" --'ft, J.tr
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\r Marshal D. E. \jjtJ- (
I 0 ago W. W. Joiner, who is under '
j ''I ,,-\:: i : \ )) 11 i i I FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath !
\, : I/X/ t '-, ) Fresh Taffy at Dame's.James | lost his grip out of the | bond to appear before the circuit A IJ) frl
that he
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J.I{ Clark is in town. He I of F. J. CHENEY & Co., --: -- : ', /. : ,
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1 rr defaulting to the amount of -- / '
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c 1 i\\ I doing( business in the City of Toledo -I/\; .1
4 6 \) 'I- t \, ; Kussett apples at Dame's. I despaired of ever $18.50 of the Singer Sewing Machine ----- F..-- : .,
<. County and State aforesaid ;: \ { "
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'- ;: { tJ \.), :J Mill _. Clifford P.yles is seriously ill. He was agreea bl.}' and that said firm will the I II I II Company's money, is in the -J'.J,-...' "ll :"\ .;i :.:- ,, IJ,,/
:r. -.'., J- I| yesterday when a negro ]I pay to for .
U I city appear trial firs : : :. .: : tt
\". Mr. J. J. Pyles is seriously ill.J. sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ,..' .;-.- ": ,! 4)
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:.. G "I \,1-' t to him, saying he had Mr. Joiner says he anticipates no -"- -:>!.o.',>-:,. -. :;'= ,""'Ij' ""j. '",
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... ji" '" 'J \ t B. Borland of I advertisement in the for each and every case of ': :- .It ?1'. / '% /
.1 /. '" { ; Citra i is in diiliculty in establishing his in- 7 } ., :I /;.
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// t : Catarrh that cannot be cured by ., ;- !.. }! '-. ',f -
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; < city. nocence. ::'Z. ;" .tj.. "i / f
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Strawberries at ,\r. E. Connell's. ,:'. :" -'
FRANK J. CHENEY. \\1. ". :1,.. 0\...'. "
Night A Needless AlarmJ. ::

PLEASING THE CRITICAL Sworn to before me and subscribed rd1Prd \:",J'J.c..,f "

Carlos Sistrunk went to in my presence, this fith :: ',.',],:, '0
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Buyers is no easy task. Yet we ( the prince of A. Campbell was shocked ; -', .' "
today.Fancy. day of December} A" D. IhSG. I ,. )
believe we are doing it in every is coming. That last evening about six o'clock by ,', :/.i\.. "" .'':.' }. ,"-
A.Y.GLEASOX I > : ;
department. I assorted crackers at W.S. by the ton, laughs ga- the receipt of a telegram from """ 'c "" -.1.
|ISE.\Lj] Notary Public.IIal1' ACTS GENTLY ON THE
} Connell's.Mattings .
Ladies' fine wrappers! are attracting l music and a de Jacksonville saying a telegramhad
Catarrh Cure is taken
great attention. These in new patterns around. The press been received theft, forwarded KIDNEYS LIVER
internally and acts
goods are of more than ordinary Rheinauer's. tell us that Heywood I directly on I from Mount Dora, six .I
I the blood and surfacesof
mucuous
quality, but are being sold at less than ever, that his miles from Sorrento, Mr. Camp AND BOV/ LSGLEANSES
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Constipation is cured by the system. Send for testunonials -
than ordinary prices. new, and his company bell's home, saying "Willie died
Pills; 25 cents. free. THE SYSTEM
Crisp, new and beautiful goods well balanced. It is I an hour ago." Now, Mr. Camp-
F. J. CHENEY} & CO., i
ta g''d with such low figures, are Charles! Gibson of anticipation of pleas- bell's brother in Tampa is named ;p EFFECTUALLY

more than pleasing. was in town today.J. the appearance of Toledo, 0. I W. A. Campbell, called Willie by DISP fLS- .
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You should see our Ladies' A. Mathews of Palmer for with ley- Sold by druggists ';5cents.HaII's I the brothers, and ho naturally c T/' GOLD itJ Glh ?5
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waists. They are irresistible, and Mass., is in town.Heliotropes there always goes a Family Pills arc the I supposed that his brother was lt f.' rfVt. 'J'
OVERCOMES
those who can't withstand temp- of something good. best.Weather. dead. Nevertheless, while preparing -- j'0'

tation should not come to look. in variety, only be here on the evening to go to Tampa on the AB 'CONSiIFATIOrJITU.AI.
Forecast for Central Florida .
cents, at the Greenhouse.
0. G. FINCH; March 11, and !; midnight train, he wired J. D. PERMANENTLY

The Alliance'Store.CHILDRENS.. C. II. Dame has strawberries.Ie should see the attrac- (Courtesy of 1'o.itDiaMer drove.-: Calhoun, editor of the Herald, IT5 B.. "to GE't ..i,.S.
ffEC
: will keep them in stock is probably the last of Jacksonville, March 13.-Fair i I and a close friend and neighborof .NEtlfi a\. L ;'"

W. J. Hunter has tonight and Wednesday."jloouE.. II his brother's, and was gladdened Buy TH!;. GENUINE r aM'F D ClYIWI

from an attack of the grip. seats on sale at the I. < at rf o'clock by an answer, !t a IA fiG YRVr@

Store. I I sayingV.. A. was alive and ;
J. A. Campbell has taken N 1RICAL.q. /. ,
pUInrSVILle ,
well hour \ 9 oJ r) tCv,+ V't
o the I Notice\ an ago. loa SAU BY AU cRics-iTi; FC vi set FJtppflt:
water mains in Marti City.A .
/ : Jody lias Plenty ---..---
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o Lm'v'x.H nice line of fresh candies All the ladies and gentlemenwho IIPZLETS LEMON
ELIXIRA Mr. G. W. Martin, who is now
: \V. E. Connell's, how good times are in have promised to take part the
doing up town of Washington }

{ block. how plentiful money is in "Mr.: Pipp's Education I PLEASANT LEMON TONIC. Ga., in the interest of th*' P.

people, not a bidder Abroad" will please meet at the For biliousnesss, constipationand
A ap F. Collier
new keg of sour pickles I Publishing Compiinv, ,
\
i)i opened at McCarthy Store, lOc. i I the sale: of money at opera house on Thursday evening I appendicitis. is expected home the lat of ili,)

l dozen. meeting of the Ocala] at 7:30 p. m. for rehearsal. For indigestion, sick and nervousness week.

and Loan Association : and heart failure.
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C. II. Dame has just \' ----. -
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a fine lot of apples, both red -- Round trip tickets to Havana, i For fever, chills, debility and
W. C. BULL
russetts. Ice Cream i Cuba, via Plant System, and beginning kidney diseases, take Lemon

CHILDREN'S MILLINERY Armour's famous November 1st winter Elixir. CONTRACTOR Atlff; t [G'JILBLl;' ;i

Receives a large share of our at- Star brandsugar Dame, the ice cream, I tourist tickets to principal Flor- Ladies, for natural and thorough '
cured hams at Rice Ocala Ffa.iMNs
tention and the display of candy man, has recently *ida' resorts. Tickets on sale to organic regulation, take .

TRIMMED HATS Moore's.R. the interior of his I I all points in the United States. Lemon Elixir. ESTIMATE: ; AND:) !SI-KOII! ; I\.J.\TII/\',
I I Furnished/ Promptly and i at Miuit None
A. Burford was out of in a handsome soda I I 1 For full information relative to Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir is

For little ones is quite an important today in the interest of the fitted up a private ire I schedules, resorts, rates, etc., prepared from the fresh juice of SI'IWUI.TTJTIOX) : TO J. V.LIII i:!\

one. Simplicity and beautyare System. I call at the ticket lemons, combined with other Mail Communication1'ronritiy! ; : Attonri'U' >
in city ollice in the
put a complete i by the Old Keiial.lt- W. C. BI I.J.

the characteristic features of Only a few more fancy everything in his line, I Ocala House. J. C. Maughs, vegetable liver tonics, and will

each model. city ticket agent. not fail you in of the above
and Colidiura Esculentum at I open up the ice cream !I any J. A. PITTMAN & CO.
From 50 cents to ?3:{ there are I. named diseases. 50c. and $1.00
Greenhouse. : with a rush tomorrow i 1).M. P oney, at the Hole in
many hats at pleasing prices. bottles at druggists.Prepared UNDERTAKERS & EHBAUODealers
with additional and I t the Wall, has a big trade on his
Wo have also a variety of untrimmed Louis Dosh of the only by Dr. H. Moz-
J'I for serving this famous 5 cent cigar, "Dixie In-
hats which can be made Phosphate Company went out I in ley I( Atlanta, Ga.
which he
delicacy, Girl.
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l vJHT'
up in any style desired.J. the mines today. CASKETS AND BCRIfl I.LO

Garrett & Gerig's Headache AT THE CAPITOL
G. FERGUSON & CO. .\ fresh line of apples, [ ,I Office with Pittman & f/clniyrc
An Incentive Powders cure quickly, and contain 1 am in my seventy-third year,
and oranges at W. E. Connell's
Successors to Mrs. D. M. Hick OCALA f FLA.1'ianos .
no opiates. 10 and 2.'jc. at
Montezuma block.Everybody and for fifty years I have been a

of the Presbyte G irrett & Gerig's drugstore. great sufferer from indigestion,

-- is invited to inspecour constipation and biliousness. 1
I Ipt/.i."I/t)1:;, I M fjIi7jJllfll school are inciting \V.\XTED-A position as book- Piano Inner
'. 1.... ,.: beautiful line of wash
fl' i.- ::\ rJ' I I/:; goodsRheinauer I ones and the older schol with have tried all the remedies advertised -
lIl1,1j; ir.fk". It i..ijf'Ii keeper a reliable firm by a
':7NI.'F 'r f'7l.11i"i ,.; .! & Co. for these diseases and
,, 'h' ; J effort to commit got
: rlo"t'J4"... ':.::..w.-'' ',..:.f J'oungmarrIed man of Ocala.
The Ocala Water the catechism of the Has had no permanent relief. About one and Organs/ tux/-d, r" -noted ami I M-
: practical experience.
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I -- paired in a tint cla-ri n aim- .ti.tl al': W. i 1-
tJ.lrm/liii"I /: fl, hll" I ';" I, will build a roof over the watetank by presenting each Would accept position as book- year ago, the disease assuming amore guarantfd. Special rats; \by tinyar.. A1! ,

't, \ '1i\: .' in a short time. can repeat the same keeper and clerlVill work severe and dangerous form, make a :siiecialty; of repairiu :,'in- \iolhi.Ji.iil: : ,
I'Z/ 1 guitars! W. S. l'IIiF,
//l I became weak and lost
a word a beauti very ,
I1:1 I\ -..\ reasonably. Good references P.O. Box I i.I.Ocala.! I .'.nOtifllfl
When the springtime comes flesh rapidly, I commenced usingDr.
:.>. jVery as a testimonial of furnished. Address F," care of

( .-.:': B')\: Gentle Annie, call at the Greenhouse the gift of the I j]I I Star oilice. Mozley's Lemon Elixir. 1 HOUSE BARBER SHOP

I I' I for plants, vines, etc. (Ky.) Observer. In gained twelve pounds in three ,

i \\6\\ Sawdust delivered to any par there will be no blanks, I Fresh mullet and bottom fish months. My strength and health, Solicits :your patronage a..u

of the city at 50 cents per loadSeymour children so elect. I every day on ice at William:: my appetite and my digestion guarantees the best work. Clean:

COIl ..i110I1S. & Smith. Phone 25. '1'u'ker's stall, '1 o. S, city mar- were perfectly restored, and nowI and attractive shop; skillful:!

Shoes are wish a permanent bor. ket. feel as young and vigorous as I workmen:
J. R. Mathews returned
yesterday GEO. F." WILLIAMS
ever did in life Proprietor
always very conspicuous and i it from a soliciting tour o Dwarf Alternanthera. Mclver & MacKay have the my ..
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pays to wear good shoes. It paysto the East Coast, in the interest! o at the Greenhouse. handsomest and largest line of ) ,
Uoorkepper Ga. State Senate, L. A LEX A XI) }
have your feet trimly dressed, the Ocala House and stcamcf has put m a fine willow and oak leather-seat tit
St;'te Capitol Atlanta Ga.
,
if there is a hole in the inside o Helen.A }' crackers in half a rockers that has: ever been car Practical

your glove. ried in Ocala. ilOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIRs
We sell a shoe at $5 which we big stock of handsome dining CARPENTER AND 6UilDEfi1rdull.tilJltt.
chairs couches hassocks handsome line of sty I A new shipment of roller-top the best medicine I ever used .
an '
think excellent for ordinary (;/ -4 iii.uif on al1! .ntrat t :
purposes. center tables at Mclver & Mack neckwear of all 1 : antique. oak and cherry oflice: Fur: the diseases you recommend (,ivi- more and b-'tT w'.rlc f-,r the <.,' ,
We have them inladics'shoes than any ?tlier ni Kay's. J. W. Hodges. : desk j j'isi: received at Mclver & it for, and 1 have used many .
both high and low, black: )IaCh ay'so kinds for woman's troubles --
I
and tan, and in gents' also. The Hair Tonic. Every L. WALTER COKES
best
ten cent Borated Talcum
I For the babies, Wyeth's Prepared MRS. S. A. ( PESILt31,
or'ici kid, lace or congresslive Powder to be had in towat \ to give perfect:
Food has no superior, andit Salem, N. C.IOZLEY'S The Broadway Tailor
& Co.
(] me a call at the old stand Garrett & dru Tydings
< Gerig's store.Ask than all others.
comes cheaper
G. A. N .
Atii! SUITS TO
ORDER
for it. cut to length for Garrett & Gerig sell !it. LEMON HOT DROPS.

load.: Free de Cures all coughs, colds, hoarseness trom$12.-f) t'p
Mrs. J. C. Porter, we an & Smith. Phone Take meals at Mrs. Anthony's -
ermour your
throat bronchitis Pants
\ sore $3 a SpecialtyCleaning
pained to learn, is seriously Ill.Her I Ladits"and Gents' Restaurant
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hemorrhage and all throat and
;;; t I aunt, Mrs. Tobey, came u and Parlor Dyeing and IG'J'4 ring :(':1t1i
Joy colTee in two- I Oyster nearMclver lung diseases. Elegant, reliable Dune

1 ifI1I'J, '' ,',. from L11wVClr today. best at McCar- l & MacKay s. ,
y our ,
I ":..:._ 'I I I ::Jc. at druggists. Prepared

......... I -I Oysters in any style, prepareby I We have just opened a big assortment only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Corner Broadway ani QnnpI' V' fr:: q

I an experienced cook, at Mrs.Anthony's 0 /VMn-\ *. B x 1.;51LIPPMAN
,
'\:.\ 1000<)(> mile ticket for$;;jo) I of stilt bosom and net;

F /1 \\h,1; ::-:;,.. ,,...;;-t Oyster Parlor o Plant System from Miss i )hge shirts, all colors, fro n 50 .---. --
:'_. ..,'.. : North Magnolia street. Ladies' and Cents' Shampoo Parlor
: : :-: I'' i
; : !; at the city t.ickctI j cents up. J. W. Hodges.
J'/::..... : I the Railroad ,:
Whooping cough instantly relieved cala>>> House. I Upstairs, over
I ': Wheat the best feed
you caniw
: ,
Restaurant. Shampoo: cents
by talingCherry Expectorant ? house plants will ,!j get for chickens-at the Johnin : ,
Children like it. :23c I ] All diseases of the scalp successfully -
and McCarthy Store.
-..;. at Garrett & putting treated. Hours from !8:) a.
-4 Gerig's drugstore.Mr. I
,' for spring
a thrifty
I j I to 8 m.MRS. .
Go t.; j Men's and boys' suits, some in. p.
.McMullen, of the firm Cheaply done at the < ANNA M. HROWN.
j thing new, offered at a bargainJ. .
I Children's scalps also treated.
THE BEST SERVICEAnd Leavengood & McMullen, tombstone I ;! \V. Hodges.

builders, made a businestie a trunk at ?4,50 and
!
the finest food in the i i.. to .1 A I pretty line of book case rind
city visit to Lake Weir today.to ; one and have it packed ': Quick relief for that couch can :
had at the i hat racks in antique oak: ; load '
Hodges. be had! by taking one bottle of'I i tFg + ..
"Fortune favors the brave. i some in design and Finish ) .c- .
RAILROAD RESTAURANTEvery Cherry Expectorant. :'J5c. at Garrett 1
It is also favorable to those whe of Wheat' the i leer ic MacKay. 't
seasonable dainty is m ti & Gerig's drugstore.

bill of fare The Roasts, Steaks, Chops purify their blood in the I delicious break.I CStationery, box paper and en-
| America's
and other dishes are of fine flavor and by taking I than offeredbefore
elopes cheaper
put up at theMcCarthy ever C.A.FJ TOn.I.A.: : BROS., Tfo.M-i'ort; ,
atisfyinjf substanre. Nowhere else Spring Medicine, Hood's SarsaI 74 sheets and 24 cove t- 'Ecarat9 lhe Kmd You Hm AtRays B 1tf! Druggists. Uppman's EI3t'<. SAVWfMH, G*.

can you dine :'o well for I parilla. A clear head and Store OptS for ;:j cents at the An'ti .i SgsatateI Bold by Ant1- 'tlt)1. .;. y Ji.g

50 Cents healthy body are given by its us I lot just opened. I' Monopoly drug store. I I d # Store, Ocala, r la.



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With doing the best i -
state. They are good LAUNDRY"W I iTs Fino Grnct Oln1"s.. s

your appreciation of a i CURIOS eo

oy your patronage. New York Dailies and Magazines

THE OGALA STEAM .
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THE RISING TIDEOf i iI I Jacksonville (rowing] -

I t EDWARDS BROS.

British Success Threatens the. Free i ot'AL ANO The Jacksonville\ board of

State Capital health has just completed a census -

I of that: city, showing a popu- CITY MARKET

Special to the Star: ; atisn of :31.5'J'J: an increase <
ABSOLUTELY'PURE THE WHOLESALE
London, March 13: -Lord Rob since 1:>!95 of 53i#. JacksonvilleIS LEADING
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erts wires that General French Makes the food more delicious and wholesome certainly! a live and ro-ahead AND RETAIL BUTCHERS

has occupied two hills command- ROYAL BAKING POCEB CO..hE 1I YORK.! city, and its population is rapidly '"..

ing the town of iiloemfontem. ncreasiu '. Ced
------ ------- Western Meats, Fish) and r Key Oysters
The remainder of Roberts' forceis Cuban Vegetables Evidence of ProsperityThe I Heceived Every Day
closely following French. Dome and See

Plant City Courier the Choice Florida Meats Celery and All Other
-- --- --- says
Our New
Late reports from the island
For Sale or Kent I farmers are coming to town Vegetables In Season
are to the elfect that Cuba will
every day with from 100 to m Haoan Novelties
never be a competitor with Flop- Oj FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 103
A nine-room, twostory'er boxes slrawberris! which
Ida on potatoes and tomatoes. -----
desirable residence, with one acre bring them 15; cents a quart Two of them just in-They're ------

of ground and servant's house, in The former does not )'ie dV.ell ,cash and they R0 home wIth made over the new Cornell last; Kstnhllshott Jan. 17. 1SI7

a very desirable location, will sell and the latter is greatly inferior their pockets full of moner. Buttoned Style, of finest grade

or rent with or without furniture. to the Florida grown. In onions, ____ -_ glazed kid in colors Black and MUNROE AND CHAMBLISSBankers
Cuba excels.
IvUSSL't.
Apply at this ollice. Confections are always estimated -
by their purity of thAT They are the luiD'Jsomest men's
shoes that struck the town. OCKLJS: : FLORIDA I
Twelve Stores Jturned THE OPERA HOUSE vor, and this is considered the ever

best evidence of like purity of The price is ?5 ;50, but for aHa Receive Deposits Have Money to Loan

I WEDNESDAY EVENING; ( MAIICJI[ 14 material, which, conjoinedwith nan Shoe-The best on earth-
Vernie Stevens received a telegram TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Well-See them and for
judge
brillancy of finish, constitute -
this morningfrom his Small Accounts Receive the Same Attention as Largo Ones
Spoclnl n.ru"'IU01Jl of tlto I'rlnct the yourself. ,
brother, Henry, in High Springs, reallsuperIOr
if Conouri'4 J. M. NEELY, Support Your Home flank.NFW .
confections. As I
am constantly -
that fire
saying last night de-
HEYWOOD MERCHANTS' BLOCK OCALA, FLAT
fresh
receiving can
stroyed twelve of the principal .I .!
stores. Mr. Stevens saved the And a strong company of American dies, it is no wonder that this

jewelry stock of his employer, and European artists. ; department is growing. I Best Butter TOR1DWe

Qeo. R. Voumans: by removing I. Miss Gertrude Moore, the brilhave in stock, fresh, Whit- \\'c have the choicest creamery

the same. 1 jliant violinist. man'SjLowney's and Wiley's. butter in town at 35: cents a
I i Mr. Qustave Ulerich, violincel- T.V.. TKOXLEK. I pound. Guaranteed fresh and are now writing up our advertisement for ncx

Heat of All i:list.Miss I fine. RIC-E & MOOIJE.Klieiimiur week, when we will have our store in good shape, so that we

Ethel Beatrice Carpenter, Open l Nigh, t can have everything handy for you
To cleanse the system in a gen i the sweetest ballad singer before Our stock comprises Dry% Dress and Fancy Goods
We have a night phone, NumALBA : A:: Company
tle and
truly beneficial manner, the public.
: Clothing, Shoes, Millinery, Hats and Notions.
when the Springtime comes, use i The most popular attraction of ber 73' and render wllmscnlce Lead in all spring novelties and Quick,..., Sales and Small Profits is our motto,
the at nour ot the Ask I
the season. any night.
true and perfect remedy, dress goods. More Goods for Same Same Goods for Less
Syrup of Figs. Buy the genuine. I Seats on sale at the Surprise your physician to call us. Money- Monet

Manufactured Store. GARHETT & GEHIG, Don't forget it is
by the California --- -
Postoilice Drug Store. Three Step
Fig Syrup Co. only) and for sale I Crescent 1000 Models __ ___ _
The Latest Fad, by Nat D. The Boston Stol
all
by druggists, at ;50 cents per
bottle. I The Ocala Music Co. has just Fresh Oystersreceived Mann, and all the late music.

*. its I''OO!' model Crescent Fresh oysters received every OCALA Music Co. No. 25 South Magnolia Street

Our Popular Hob bicycles in ladies', gents' and chill l,iy, at William Tucker's stall,
dren's chain and chainless. Call No. 8, city market. Chloro Naptholemus: (Formerly occupied by Mrs. Hick. )

Dr. Frank Mcllae of Melrose, and see them. They are beauties OCALA FLORIDA
the will Is an antiseptic, insecticide and a .
and strike as .
Fla., who was lately in Washington price you Yt ttlieinaiier's ---
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disinfectant. Six
ounces makes
and while there mingled with right.
Novelties in straw goods for men, five gallons of strong disinfectantfor
the congressmen of the nation, I A HISTORY OF FOUR YEARS ladies and children. flushing drains, kitchen sinksor NE'V HA'I'SFine
says "Bob"V.. Davis, our congressman
water closets. As a preventive -
I
from the second Flor-
A file of the American Monthly Review Go to the Montezuma barberof from diseases in the sickroom Imported ljaltern lints
ida district, is one of the deservedly
Reviews:,from August IhOG to date shop for first class work. P. C. put a few drops in twosaucers
) most popular members at rust received, the most elegant in style and quality ever
i For sale cheap.pply at this oflice. Davis, proprietor.:
Washfngton. It is not hard for I i everynight and morning. offered for sale in the city; and prices in all Hues are

Col. Davis' Florida, friends to be- I Sold at the Anti-Monopoly drug reasonable. A special invitation is extended to all to visit
store. Call for circulars and par-
lievo the correctness of this report ticulars. my store.

SPRING AND SU1ER Strawberries For Style and Quality, I Have the Goods to Pleasa

For Sale or Kent

MRS. L. T TOMPKIXSCorner
Desirable residences and cottages 1900AT There were shipped from Gal- ,

in different parts of the loway, through the union alone, Store, Opposite Liddon's Stable.PETER .

city, almost any size or stylo desired during the month of February, ...
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for rent, and will sell on 1,000!) quarts[ of strawberries -

most advantageous terms. Have M. FISHEL'S These I berrIes netted, on an average INGRAMMerchant
you property to rent, or do you
20 cents a ijuart, or about
desire to rent property? In either
case, apply to S. 1) Moody in $4oO( Now you can see that Tailor
city building.Lots. 4 there is money in the trucking

The attention of the ladies and every buyer in this and business. Lakeland Sun;

l in Juliette Merchant's I Bank
adjacent counties is hereby called to inspect the handsomest Building.
A Night of Terror
We have a. few choice lots in
Juliette for sale. J. 11. Livingston and largest line of Spring Goods ever exibited in this city.It ---- -- I have received a large and nobby assortment of Trous

& Son, agents.A will pay you to see these goods as they are perfect in widow"Awful of anxiety the brave was General felt for to erings suit and all tastes.I Suitings. suitable for the coining seasons at prices

styles beautiful in colors and low in Below Kurnhaui of Machias, :Me.\ when
big shipment of fresh candy, prices. we mention have added to my Tailoring Department a line of
when the doctors said she could
peanut, cocoanut and Broadway a few of them : Gellts' Furnisllings. SCARFS and 7Y/3S will
tatTy mixture at Dame's. not live till lI1orningwrites be a specialty, up-to-date styles. Gold Studs warranted for
Mrs. S. 11. Lincoln who attended
Dr. Julius' Magic Oil for all Lawns in all New Shades. Foulard, Batiste I her that fearful night"AH twenty years, Collar Buttons and Sleeve Links. i carry a
good stock of Umbrellas at low prices.
pains. No household complete thought she must soon die from |
Dimity, Francaise, Aries Plaid
without it. 2:c. at Garrett & Pneumonia) : but she bagged for -- -- -- -

Gerig's drugstore.A. Pique in white and colors Dr. King's New Discovery, saying /

'1'. Morris' cigars at W. K. Dimity de India it had more than once saved /. ;\"" 4&.F111 f ;

Council's, wholesale agent, also her life, and had cured her of ; ,. : ... '\
for the retail trade, in the Montezuma PercalesMarseilles Consumption. Alter three ;small; fff 'r1t 1 'APen ther. ..in1
block. doses she slept easily all night, '""I.I ..... "'tQ" !; ............ \

Pique and its further use completelycured {.j, -- rr ttyf't'-fr&Z' ,, L,*dlJf-V$. #'- '.-." WHEELSA
....
Durmgthe spring season for a J.J--,9/;: ':i/l.. ,..- \-h.\--.{. j
Reversible Covert Cloth her. This marvelous :W r. < pJ.'''!
nerve tonic and stimulant, use medicine is guaranteed to cure \'-.f: 1trg 't 1\ --} Full Line of Samples I

Celery Compound. Sold at ?5 El Coronado, Organdies, Corduroy all Throat, Chest and Lung Dis- :., }!h.rvf, } it., ': ,::4", i Prices within reach of all
cents a bottle at the AntiMonopoly \",. ,''' '- 0''0' ". r
Wool Crepon Pebble Welt Alliance Ccrd easos. Only :30) cents and *l. /I'/:/);' II:1. :,L'L
drug store. ::1':<'; / ,: : / These Wheels Represent Bicycle -
J.
I ', ,
II Trial bottles, 1U cents. ... 'd I \ ,::;
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",
I Chambray For sale by Garrett & GerIg, rlfl----1J.f"J 1 Excellence.}

Vegetables! FULL LINE OF DRYGOODS AND NOTIONS Ocala.
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MONARCHT NATHA.V PKYSEU: ; A;!"-m.yiFk& _.

Dress Duck Wood for Sale --- -----
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Sateens, Calicos --- -- -------- ------ -- -
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Apples, bananas, co-
oranges 1 will deliver to your house
coanuts, chickens and eggs, gro- oak CREAM FOF SALE!
ELECANT LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS three-fourths of a cord of or :
ceries, cool drinks, confectionery, pine wood, eight feet long, for $1.

tobacco and cigars. All goods I Laces and Leave orders at the postoffice. Parties desiring Sweet, Pure Cream should address
above mentioned cheap for cash. Embroidery a SpecialtyM. E. TIP.BS.

Fresh StrawberriesNow HERMITAGE DAIRY

-:::.:.:"" ;..J _rr. .::;:, :r :t,. _.
in Stock .' ...... ./.., :. ,. r." 1 :.j 14':1'...... ,'..II".S BJ.r'I'n. -Svtfeet Milk Delivered Every Day--
FISHEL .r' TV"--
H. E. SCHOEKLIN. cw/i&Zu CEO. B. TYLER, Box 821, Ocala. Flat



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I

COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE Spring:: i'ark.

....:<_>"' __: -::. _-= -' 1!'. ,:- ::...- ..;.r-__ :_ -:- -y.__ )\c .-, : '
A surprise donation party was givento Down the Ocklaiaha

our highly esteemed: townsman Rev
.,IIII/IPIa'.Ili'Hgl'lllln.! fIMNNIIN4Hw. I II i I Interesting Items Collected By Our Rural J. T. Hollingshead the evening ofj I

Editors March 1st, it being the anniversary of j
DOUBLE DAILY TRIPSA
his birthday. A goodly number was i

I AnthonyOn present and the evening was very new schedule and reduced fare from Silver Springs

I For Infants and Children. of Feb. 23 pleasantly spent by all. down the Oclalvaha and return to Ocala for
the night J. W. Johnson Duncan :Martin: has some One celery only $3.


I 9l ASiDR l'' The Kind{ You Have have, section his dwelling boss had and the all his misfortune household to which. C.escaped Thomsen the is recent improving freeze.T. the. land MORNING TRIP


i furniture destroyed by fire. upon his new farm. lie has the grounds Leave Ocala at 8 a. m. and return in time to take the south

The seeds planted by our truck farmers tastefully laid out, and in time will))
.
_. bound train.
. Always Bought
/ --t- are conjng up much better than have one of the most attractive places

Aeat( >!te Preparation Assimilating was expected. in that vicinity. AFTERNOON TRIP

i ihcFcod andP gulai Hattie Hill's little girl fell and broke Hon J. C French and ladies spent a Leave Ocala at 2 o'clock and return by 7 o'clock, or later,

I! ting! the StonLads asPromotes ho aetscf Bears the her arm a few days ago. very enjoyable day in Ocala last Satur- if preferred.This .

q --. -----i J. W. Johnson has been quite sick calling friends and ect-
day ins
upon
II # 4 will take you over the most attractive part of this
.
with pneumonia.The the which
-- --- lug goods are so temptingly
no! I
I SignatunApcrfcef famous without the delay and inconvenience heretofore
-- trip
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truckers' union here i is buildinga displayed in the various shop windows.

(I DigcstioixCheerful- packing house near the depot. It They were most royally entertained at I i encountered. Guaranteed that several live alligators will be

,i nessandHcst.Ccntains of be 130: feet long and 3-j feet wide. an impromptu lunrh by the genial seen every sunshiny day.
C Mineral.
wmr1
lorphlne nor
11 ViaAitco.rac.t'l ? Colonel Quarterman has started to whole-souled Jake Brown at the far- Tickets on sale at Plant System Office, Bay street, Jack
iI the white. lIe is fora
paint town agent famed Teapot Grocery, which store
....... ._ sonville and Ocala House.
that i is so cheap and excellentthat
(t'l I paint ranks second to none in the state.
Parties of twelve from Silver down the
or more Springs
all have to do is to throw it ata
Id Erpe oI'O'Ilr.PMl'ElP.7rJIEI/ : you Oar model farmer Harry Fuller, is
II building and it takes. much improved in health and as "busy Ocklawaha for $1.50 each. For additional particulars, writeto
1J t:1JU I'
;! f., PHIL F. BROWN : Ocala House.
bee" chicks his Manager
/(./, llti ; as a raising getting ,
If".c: J.IJ. I n ground ready for spring planting and I f
li lft maul Citra --- -- -- -- ---------
IIiL .1:'wtfJ4-# iw r pruning the trees, shrubs and vines

l'i rtv.flL.d:''jtm Sail Si jar- J 3r",4 h I f During the heavy rain (,Wednesday around his beautiful home. YzA1i ] iI 41I 1* I 1

h.mryn"n; flurw.-y I U S e lightning struck the residence of Mr.
_
Keaif'ly ;\ !! t It C. Douglass on High street, tearing FlemingtouPeach J
onsHpa-I't
liou. Sour StH ( I f' away one corner and considerably i THE LINK THAT BINDS.
!
.. .C !"II and plum trees are in full I /
II
\\ ,,, ,.zrter.sr.-: = t. damaging the parlor furniture. Mrs. I ,
: 0 r 0'tJrtns.Convulslor V e r bloom and prospects are good for a j
'I ness and Loss Of SLEEU j1 Douglass and daughter though stun- II ( e'0. -
.._ large yield.
:
: i
ned, received no injury I .t -
facsimile Signr.urv! of ; The manager of the spoke and rim .' JACKSOS, TEXX, NOT 23.
Mr. C. W. White and Mr. E. L.1{art- I ,
::1 E4 uttt' \.: T nrti i Yea r s mann took quite a number of friendson factor at Ocala, 0. W. Reagan, was in I \ r I I was subject to miscarriage for three yeari,
'
Flemington Friday, accompanied by'! \ I 1 and suffered constantly with backache. wrote
tl t Niw 2YBh. c a pleasure trip Silver Springs and Ii for and after three bottles
.I his wife and daughter. \ ; I to you advice using
I I'N H.1 c-JJ. .. d'I down the beautiful outlet, Silver i I of Wine of Cardui, according to your direction.,
j An accident to the at the I
l :'t. .. ?f .. : Springs run. The party was composedof machinery t I am strong and well, and the mother of a fins
'I! I i'l J.t;1 !'J< .
.. p r Lutz hardwood mill last week resulted
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1.;.!. :!!f' .. : Mrs. Wartmann and guests, Mrs i j girl baby.
/- -- in a damage of $too, the boiler being ;, Mrs. E. N. JOWEB9.14FlREE' .
I :Smith, Mrs. Groover and Miss Porter, t tl
I !
1.1 entirely ruined.
XACT COPVOF WRAPPER. from South Carolina, Miss Erven,
Mr. F. E. Smoak has in new
put
l, ,.,dfl, Jiiues: Mathews: Oyer Itev. II. A.
--- THE CENTAUR COMPANY. HEW VOftft CITY at his mill and is
machinery grist again
__ rd..jThere
,, mn
'$ L. 0- Il'itUes and daughter.
.
f... 4 "-4'' .--:'._ !O.o.."'! :-""---':- ( - prepared to grind corn. 0
fin Tuesday evening the town wastreated
Your correspondent paid a business
I to an oyster supper through the is no use talking-a baby in the house is the link that binds
found
to Blitchton and
- trip Saturday
: __ nu generosity; of the Florida Central &; husband: and wife together. Nothing is sadder than fruitless wedlock.

r.-nitisul&r agent, Mr. It K. Slivender things moving nicely. The prattling and cooing of the little ones offset a thousand times the
Miss Ella Richardson visited Mica- occasional worries and trials of life. When a wife is barren,there is a
and Dr. Mickler.
AU Patrons nopy, Sunday.The derangement somewhere in the genital organs, caused by one or mqre of
our Mrs. C. H. Neumer, who has not been those common disorders known as female troubles". Wine of Cardui
singing at Mrs Chitty's Sunday
well, died suddenly Tuesday afternoon. I is the remedy. It puts the organs of generation in a strong and healthy
in Love This death is unusually sad as six night was a very pleasant occasion. I condition fitting the wife for the sacred duty of reproducing her kind.
are Among those present, we noticed I During\ the period of gestation the entire system of the expectant motheris
small children are left motherless.The Messrs. John and Maddie Smoak of I built up to withstand the ordeal l of labor, and when the little one
Southern Methodist church extension makes its advent it is lusty and

With 1 the rich flavor, tenderness, succulence and general committee was in session at the Fairfield. The next meeting will be at 'i strong; well-fitted to grow to maturity : LADIES' ADVISORY GEMRTMEIT.
the home of Mr. J. J. Whittington next! in health. The
high grade l( excellence of prime) meats and all residence of Mr. C. W. White, Tuesday. perfect : Foradrlrrmraeeerrgttiring.pedalmother ,
wlolrt'I8.lCmnlC
my mycustomers Sunday night. I too, passes: through the dim11U1.ls.UdliV*i.ki.rj llrp'l, Tliel HiTTiJtOOGiKi.iiUlM.io. symptoms
; arc connoisseurs in steaks, chops and roasts. Those in attendance were, Itev. G. W. Quite a number of horses in this trial with little pain and no dread. ., Chattanooga Tena.
;Mitchell from Palmetto; Ilev. F.Pixton, I Wine of Cardui is truly a wonderful -
.
community have ditemper.We
Leesburg; Jtev. Isaac Ryder, Ilev. John medicine for women.
It is GratifyingTo are having a very poor mail service !II
Bottles for $1.00 at .
Oodwell, Jacksonville; Kev. W. C. I Large Druggists.OCALALUMBER
just now, owing to change of'
know that my ellbrts to( cater to the tables; of the Norton, Rochelle; Mr. Rarswell, Lake- schedule on the G. & G. R. 11. !II DUI
land and Rev. J. W. Carpenter, from I
; Ii
critical i is: successful! and, as I am an expert judge of f I
Tallahassee. The latter is accompaniedby i

meats, I 111'i11 servo the best in the land at the most his wife formerly Mrs. Henton, of Cold Steel or Death) : -- -

reasonable prices. Citra. I
"There is but one small chance
Miss Jewett, assistant teacher, was I
called to Ocala by the illness of her to save your life and that is ,! CO
W. DAVIS CITY MARKET I
Jo mother, and will not return to finish through an operation was the

, -- the term. awful prospect set before Mrs.

Mr. K. T. Wartmann has purchased 1. B. Hunt of Lime Ridge "13.
I Is at all times prepared to furnish rough
the irrigating phnt of Bishop & Hoyt,
Florida Central & doctor, after vainly trying to
and i is tiansfernug it to his propertyon lumber in desired
.- cure her of a frightful case of or planed any quantity
Orange river, near Myers. lIe is

Peninsular R. R. accompanied by Mr.John Hagins who stomach trouble and yellow jaun
INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTYIf
will put everyting in order for the dry dice.Ie didn't count on the

Time Table Effective November 19th, 1899. season. marvelous power of Electric in need of anything in our line, write to or call on us.

1T32TH33TOLCTYazpi ) 10Toltam U''I SOUT2BCTOD.Lv: : 0 13 I II Fairllelil Bitters to cure Stomach and Factory opposite Plant System depot. Mill near Montague.

.: .:. 800pm! ...... .... Liver troubles, but she heard of
Plant City.. l 8 4Tainl 9 term .. .... .. .. .....- Feraiiina.ArHildAin JaslsrilS..: 9'j5am tam 800pm615pm 920am 72 am 1lijii. ..... Mr. J. A.Jones, formerly of Fairfield, it, took seven bottles, was wholly OCALA LUMBER COMPANY
...... .. ... .
:Dado DatilllD!;
.O31pn
City ..... of Xocatee and Miss
.. .... .. ... .... 950am 40pm 950amId but now Mary
ArWUhvood. )50amT7i7am 12Mam 69!) Ocala Florida
-- cured avoided the surgeon's Telephone ,
.. ..... . ... .. : ,
..'- --- Lv Baldw. 00am
.. .... ... .. o.P Mathis of this -
LTWint! rf rk ... .. place were quietly married
ArMcl'lnv.. ...... .. .. .
.. .. .. ...... .. ...... .. 1019am1128am i 8pm knife and feels
Orksij: 8'"csin 630pm IakeCtj; ...... ..... .. :! 982pn1080pm at the home of the bride's parentson now weighs more
.. .
.. .
.. .
.
Apopka. t ()la4i1IJDI. .
Live O.ik ........ ..... .. 1218pm
IrTavare* .. 9 48ara' LJJ 1 fr'. .... ........ Madimni __ ..... .... ........ 119pm 280am Feb 28, Squire Smith officiating. better than ever. It's posituel
Lv Tavares! 91 thin !J 4upiilv)50pic!, ....... ........ ilo-nicello ......... ... .. .._ 8 30pm4JS 4 40sm THE BARGANIER HOUSEChoice
Lwoslury 10 15am:' ... .. Sallj'uiMS.Liver .. ........ ........ 33 pm 00am Mr. Jones owns considerable propertyhere guaranteed to cure Stomach,
Ar Wtidwoodtv 10 40am H5.in. .. Qlli1r .. ._ ......... ........ !>pm526pm R .amIOa3sn well at Rochelle and is well
as as Liver and. troubles and
; Wlldwood.Coi' .. --J I 2o.am: ).. ...... ...... J'tion .. ...... _. .._._._,c._ _940._..q Kidney private board in a comfortable and roomy house.
a' R lJ \1.w. 11 2t1ar 1 glum. ........ ........ - liked by all who know him. The brideis
.. : ;. .. 11 Slam 2 ;Siam ........ ........ Lv Baldwin .. IOll\om ....... .. .... never disappoints. Price ;30 Large and nicely appointed rooms and a carefully suppliedtable.
850pm must estimable kindin
.". il"'r Sp'ng .. . .. .... .. .......' Ar Stark lOa'.iam'luOTpm1041pm ... ..... ..... a young lady, cents.
HS\\tllofne.l;_ 7pm 417am ...... .... Special terms to parties spending some time at this
Wjo\ld..ll5: .. .. ..... disposition' and pleasing manners.
AfV/aldo.( .. .. i'7pin a'mIU! .... .. ..... For sale Garrett & Gerig
Baldwin. .. 3 10pmECvI 7uk.m .._. ..... .. - She was recently baptized into the by house.
J!cky nv'le. 85-IjEni 'iCklaw Baptist church, was one of our Sunday Ocala.

78* 111232i.ni 11 school teachers/ and a general favoritein CJA.STO X.A. MRS. J. E. BARCANIER Proprietor.

r Koy. 7ia: )) :-:.-:-= .. .. - the community. They left at once Beara the The Kind You Hatf Always! Bought No. Q3 JNJortli IVCnin.: Street

'* Archer .. .. 10 Warn ISpaj: ... _.. .. for their Xocatee Lome. Our best
Lv Waldo 1180am1201pia 510am 200pm230pm ........ Signature L #
n Q' .arL'le..... Owan: 4l: ....._ +
pm Ar Oaiscrills.. 34,5am ........ Next door north of the Agnew residence.
Ar? 'Jo ,. .112tlpnj. 600.tI:1. -. 1:V-in -:.:.:.:..__ Aroher. .. ...... OOam B .pm ........ wishes go with them. of ; .
... ...... ... ...... .. ...
x..140.tr"q:..au.. ...... 213p1L iJIOpD'I7.14Tpm !34ar1&a/a.1am ...... I,';-O.-arKey.\Valdo !I 11 4oam 1T.!P 8... ..pmt!.... ...... house The is material now on for the the ground Baptist and church: work ______ __ _ __ ___ ______ __ n_ ___ __ __ _-

1135m.I : : . ..... ...,..!> will soon begin.J. .
3 1 I 21 CIa .. i UOpnSOSpm i iSaia...... ......;, McIVER & MacKAY1e
.. -
Helleview .. liXhtm240am .. ...... ......,. A. Thomas has been quite sick but
tv .r.fo l i2l'5t icT, !; WildvKKxj. B'Jpm: ... ..... is .
'I !Jtnly ... .. _. ... .__ 1"4r(lm I (i; ...1 LvWli-iwood. 24 2pirSlOiim: 9:O&n.... .. ....h.. improving.We
.es a11c1ir:1, ... .. . torn; S.m;; : ArLt-@. .rs.... : ) .. ...... ..... have a class of citizens strangeto
toE'1collo'. ....... .._ -\5piu: 4 ,tosiaUn : : Tavares ... B 8"m> 4oam.:. ......... ..... leading Central Florida
.". Madisoa.... ..... __ 94ypmG7t7'r i Lv Ttvaras! .. .. 3lA.m! 54::am,........ ..... say, who are guilty of violating the
.. Live Oak.. ...... 1'1un! 112p1n1: S c'5plr! Ar A opka.., ._ .a4JU; 7 o lam ......... .... law by discharging fire arms on Sun
LaV-Oity........ d ,' 5J5pm 10*),'. -i C-aal9.! ... 5., an''' 8 "Ja''' .. ...... ..... Furniture and House Furnishing Dealers.
SrC-mny: _. ". :liTaw: C.Ti'; ;'ml 11:' nAr W Inter P'rk 5.; :.11 _-.,.- .. day. We had a right to expect better
,A r BaW1n.._ . u-4J:1C1 _a46;,!m1 In.. .s,i.1:,LvWiMworitL.---.-25: .-1-.1')! )t!: .:.-:44...... ... ....+.1 thingsof th m. A law and order leaguewas The and most brand stock of Furniture in
f.v,1J; '.z 3ltjIT 7 41ala,. 6.a\J4j'F: .; :III.1.r !' r\"C.ty.. -IS ,,,ii ... ........ ........ largest complete new
,1a'' 't.e .j| ..... I t''snt I 1 .". ,..,t... .... ... established and
.. I.< ". Vpi d :1 I";:;>.hn. ... City. 41 'ui. .t"" at recent meeting,
."' ...". .- '.II. -' :>:o.'n: | { ,"rain' | gi.r.ml( G.; .n'l: I ..x,..... .. I, .-..iO,'.n '. .. :: ..........!.- suites from the } to 1 Ihe] most expensive. Iron brass
-.!t'tllyn.Tci- ..iidar.r :- W. D. Babbitt was made president, J. cheapest ,

.14, Throu4l Pullman: Seeping Car 'f'L..pn to New York, via .in .!k..'I\le.: B. Long, secretary and with a member-
> hi: Through Pl\'ham !Sle-:>uinr C"i > 1"\ YOlk ;o Tar: \\n, T ,,-k ",-mlle.i trimmed beds. Mattresses of all kinds. Springs price.
>. Tiirou Pu'irnaaHleepjcg l 1 ('tn-.Ii! ii, iti\ile! uI' 0.. r? ship of twenty to back them. Squire any
IN 1, 'j:i hrouf'u I'ul'jii-i'c.-u-ei!' Smith in evidence and assured the
I' -.4, Ihn \.lib Fullsaa leepn 1 ; Car HI vice J1.'V'u'- Si! I.no19, via Lake City..o was
1'. U ThrothPntaud1EepingCrs.-rice! St. I I. I-u.l'.<--J'--*'>nnilt'. via Lake UI league of his hearty support.Mr. .
ASSORTMENT OF MATTINGS -
For rui: 'tforu-H run im )Oa!;.'n to iri v11, this eon(.--"-.ol !I'hfl.l1e: ) apply to your niHP .... GREAT
: i ..w'ir.. t to tit ifci.il J'.1;;!sewer OfVeDRM.4XVsELL Palmer, the timber estimator for

.' -'. -. > --_.'_ -..,... i-t, .\f'.,._ A.-> :' -!O\'hi.''., :s ;.. it Aw'taPn.PaR3.1! r..A.SHIlK.L"f.1I sot the Virginia and North Carolina WheelCo. in all Hugs and Portif'r> IIan(1orn(' Pictures Picture )Ioldings hundreds of
.!. _-- .._ _........ .... ..-.R_ w-.m.. gra(1'f s. ; s
_. ..., _.... ----- ., who has been here four months or ,
':" --- -- -:--: designs Sielo Boards ; ( !hair 1J'autiful willows, dining and office. Office Desks three
wore has linished hii work and goneto
.110.. Alabama to look up more timber. iz's. Bal) Carriag"=, awl jo-Cart-i.( In fact, anything in Furniture. \Ve have three

tfI.r.- F'c.\..... .'. po'4'. ..:.rt-.Oi'. ... .Ii.Ai.....;..4. '. ,= ..'.).,11 t-'f i U. 9f J'- .-t R R The Florida Supply Plant has put in big floors filled with I'lrllit'. \V e have all kinds of Upholstering, Mattress )faking,

u. !-.'.".--j': -. .r.Y .:\., ... t"S' ft 6ti t.v Ii f a ; h I I another boiler and engine and more Picture Framing, Etc. done l 11)' skilled] workmen.

,,t... "' '\ '.. T';fifr. spoke machines.
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'\ ;f'I. """ ""' '\
\. '* .'t-. ; 51OR.: TI' N 1:::" Our school will close this week. Miss. Buggies Harness EtCa
Li'a has Wagons
i Yongue taught a very successful ,

s term. The patrons seems to be

To St. Louis, Chicago "r1.e West i i I unanimous in their: praise. We have the only aI'-to-late stor-k t of Wa r,on< Bur rips:; and Supplies for same, Harness,

Thio-iifh B-iiiet, Weeper from Jacksonville to St. Louis via I Saddles] : Robes, Etc. in town. Builders': Material of all kinds. AVall Paper, Paints

tile Piant Systcih/ ie l\eS Jacksonville: ] at f% p.m., connecting with Do You Seed( an Electric: licit I f' and Oils. (Complete Undertakers' and Ern balmer:; Department entirely separate.

t b Mobile & Ohio's \\ cst India Flyer; the best equipped tram Write or call onMclvcr

ii! tlw South. For serera! information, tickets etc., apply totic..kct Dr. J. Newton Hathaway has

aprenls of the Plant System, perfected an electric belt which

C. 11. SuEi'HLUi:: >, L. E. SPEXCEK. T. F. &: P. A., ho is prepared to furnish to all and MacKay

Jtn. i'.iss. Ajjt., IoiltIa.} 233; W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla
patients who need it, at a nomi-
OCALA FLORIDATHE
-- " nal charge. Write to J. Newton

Take your Job Work to the Star Office street Hathaway, Savannah, M. ,D.Ga., -,'5 Bryan PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHING.



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THESTAR Some TomatoesMr. "To Do III Costs lrIoreI I I I A Change for the Better


., HAVE YOU DYSPEPSIA ?
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S. J. Sligh, the fruit and Than To Do Well. The Star is pleased to learn

'Lhe Only Daily Paper in Ocala broker is from
vegetable over that under the vigilant supervision -
D. This might properly read, [SCIENCE CALLS IT C1TAIIUII OF TUB ST031ACH.J "
W.
with his
Tampa partner,
of Hon.
H F. Kogers, the -
BITTINQER AND COMPANY Gamble: for the season. His 1"It costs more to BE ill ._ > :
convicts of the ;
state are receiingmuch tiM' sfsinfrSZ'&KS r-
.: Proprietors arid Publishers firm, S. J. Sligh & Co., has thencking than to BE wellThe more humane treatment : (' 'J/l

-- and shipping the famous source of all health is rich, than when left to the tender mer-
:
C. L. BITTINGER, Peters crop at Cutler. This strong blood. It is to the cies of those whose only use for ( fr.fl44

.lltor and Dakl&rii M..er. is the biggest of tomatoes in
crop body what the mighty them was the money consideration -
R. R. CARROLL' CITY EDITOR the slat.., estimated at 200,000 could
they receive from
I streams to the earth
are I
crates or more, and is live biggest: them.
Kntere4 at the Veal a3 H 'Qnd class
postoffice
If the blood is the
Ihll.t.t..r single crop of any kind ever han- : pure The reforms are:

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thrives
h dled by one firm of shippers. body ; if the bloodis The abolishment ot whipping

The I'lio-jjiiiate( JlhursWe Miami .
Metropolis.Both weak
impoverished and
or except on'crJ' rare grave

are glad to hear that :Mr. broker and grower ate then every pulse-beat carries occasions.

H. (j. Hassard is rapidly getting well known in Ocala. The Mr. weakness instead of The men are no longer sent to

his business in such shape t Llt he Peters referred to is "Sot" Peters strength. The only perfect blood purifierand bed shackled together, nor allowed -

expects to start up his J :liutte to sit half the
formerly of Lady Lake, anda 'vigor-maker in existence is the tvorld- up night
i mines (live in number, next, w ek. famed Hood's SarsaparSla. It brings gaming.

:Mr. Hassaril has one of the fIncstdeposit' thrifty orange grower until good, perfect health. After working them all day, -

) of high grade hard rock the freeze of 05. Then in the Catarrh and Deafness "/am with intervals for meals, they are

in this section. We learn that spring of MtG! with his team, 68 years old and suffered from catarrh given a good supper, made to :

he has secured a partner with wife and babies, he struck out I for many years, becoming quite deaf. It take a bath, and then go to bed
took nine bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla to psJi
ample cash to tide him over his
for a long night's rest.
overland for Cutler the East
on effectually cure me. 1 can hear quite
present dillicuities and assist him Card playing is no longer tol-
Coast, and embarked in growing vjxll now. John. K. Houk, Hamilton,
to mine his rich deposits! erated.A .
Montana. ::-
tomatoes. The first he
Mr. J. V. Burke, whose two season "/ out good double bed with clean
Rheumatism ous worn
cleared $:!;Oo. Tly second sea- I
mines in Citrus county were 'With rheumatism, but took Hood's Sarsaparilla blanket is furnished, and two
son he burst d thtt bank vaults
closed down this week, will also: a.mlI now have a good appetiteand men occupy each bed.
with a $ly)00dei.su., The third "
start up again: i i.. a short time am as season, Ls'jO! Ui.1 vf-ze of February H. H. Gray, Emporia, Kan.
'A Star reporter saw Mr. Hood, I camps. r
bursi.d hiui '.a it looks as ,
fr1 ,
of the firm of Hood & ilubbaiu: i, Each man is furnished with a -/
though in 1 I'.Mu! ) will be way flltdQ l i
today, and he said that they aid clean night shirt each night. ,
ahead or the di d. The Star .
not xpect to begin mining quite wtich he is required to put on after -
trusts it will be Su. .
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so r ;jn; that their only trouble 1100<1'8 Illlo cure liver ills; the non'imtatiiiK and bathing. He also has two

wa.. the lack of sale for their -"only'catharUc. .-- tu Jakew-ith Hood'g-_...Sarstpzrilli._ suits of clothes and two pairs of

A Helpless ChildA .. '
shoes a year. I'I I
rock.All R.D.FULf..ERDENTIST
of these gentlemen sold This humane treatment is be-
\.vtakhnd: puny child is badly I

their rock through Gesterdiugs handicapppcd in the battle of life. ginning to have its effect upon I MISS DADE STEUEMAX, OF CHICAGO. .

of Hamburg, who was represented the general conduct of the pris- Mi53 Dade least distress well and Insteadof
It is isolated from the healthy en- Stegeman; Superintendent} ; sleep ,
here by Mr. J. Carstcns, of its little fellow- Office Over Merchants' National Bank oners for the better, thus proving jf the Chicago; North Side Woman's tho living skeleton I was, I am nowa
joyments ,?lubof Ch ill recent letter to Dr. This in
,
l' () a healthy, fleshy woman. was
who is, personally, one of the OCALA FLA. the best that has been
beings. It cannot partake either ever flartman,.=]>.'aks of Pe-ru-na as follows: 18S!, and I have continued well ever

most peasant business men in of their play or their sturdy work tried, and too much credit can- "IVru-n.i has: often been u.-od by the : since. I have not been without yom

the phosphate fraternity. I and the world its J. E. CHACE not be given the inspector for the members, of our club in cases of stomach remedy in the house since my recovery
progress in ; .rouM aril: funeral dfbility-alao re- I advise all sufferers to do as I did and
A new channel through whichto whole life is embittered incapacity DENTAL, SURGEON firm manner in which he is guid- be cured.
by ently inches;; of la grippe: ,and always
dispose of the rock will be secured and t\('3 kness. ing things.-Key West Adver i vlth the i.iost; bc'iit'ficiul r<-salt>. I think Mr.John F Schmidt says: "Pe-ru-na
Office Upfataird! 1st National Bank Bldg
in each case before business I tiser. I i pn-at deal of IVru-r.a-often recom- has saved my life. For five years: the
who to be- '
Any woman expects
will be resumed.A OCALA, FLORIDA mend it to my friends, and am glad to best doctors had pronounced mo incur
come a mother ought to know Mr. P. W. Condry of Citra has
what Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- TERMS GASH ,,"or 1 for it." with a complication -
been down here several visiting -
Frightful;! Blunder days, i':;. Knily: S. Carson, AU3terlitzIil'll. of diseases-
scription will do both for her own
Co to theProduce the orange groves on Orange :\ ., says: palpitation of the
Will often cause a horrible Burn, health and safety during her time river and around Fort My Dr. J>. II.: Jl.rtman-DcJ.r: Sir: I had heart, nervousness, I A

Scald: Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's of trial and also to insure her in ers in with Mr. B. 0. been troubled with dyspepsia: and indigestion weakness and dys-
company
for and was pepsia. A few
StoreFor many years very ?
Arnica: Salve the best in the bequeathing a fair measure of
Cam. Mr.
Condry was a large I hurl reduced in AVj-h. I could not eat bottles of Pe-ru-na
world will kill the and health and strength to the and Man-a-lin
pain pros- orange grower at Citra, and is anything with-

promptly heal it. Cures Old pective little one. Ice, Salt Fish, Pickled taking a look at the groves down II .P-f-wr-\!,), ;..utthogreatestdistress cured me. Pe-ru- .. -

Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Meats, Poultry, Fruits and I I'e' after- na cannot be Mr.Jno.F.8chmldt,
,
I here with a view of engaging : : wards. My food beaten. I give Carthage,Ohio.

Felt '*, Corns and all Skin Erup- Go to Itheinauer's Vegetahles.Oys1ers. the business in this section.-Fort rs.r j U ry1' -: -..,C, would come up your medicine to

tioi.s. Brut Pile cure on earth. Myers Press. af.i.\ :1'Y. and my stomach my children for the various: little ail-
For shirt waists. Newest ; \:.\, became ments which annoy little ones, and the
your
Only 25 cents a box. Cure ) .
guar- ,
Jh
very weak from result Is that they are never sick, but
styles. Price Paid for All Kinds ol ,
anteed. Highest Duunellon) ....I.. ') \,' :.- t \ fa..till/!, as I always strung and healthy. I have

For sale by Garrett & Gerig, beautifuland Produce. Trd<{ J,..-''f c,I lt preferred to go gained forty pounds since taking
Large fancy lamps, Mrs. Roqmore and Miss Sallie Whit- \ l' \i.
.,...... ;,N".. without food Pe-ru-na."
Ocala. See them. Just field of Ocala, last Tuesday here (..;:, ... ,: I. t I If
cheap. received D. W. HALL, Manager. spent ::':' rather than suffer So many people have what is called
at the Surprise Store. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. druce NeJr.T the consequences. dyspepsia without having the slightest
Exposition St'f-'f, Nt to .I.I: l"cnlllk
The Kentucky troubles have T).,\...... frlin i.isiitMA2eiriTa li(Vi f n_ I I could ;get no rest I by; day nor I suspicion that catarrh of the stomach lithe
broken out anew. Both partiesare -- .I. .Iuunu, U.lt; U&C'l""O"'U'\o IMC insurance sleep by night.; I tried every remedy cause. Such people take pepsin anda

agent, of Ocala, was in town advertised for the cure of dyspepsia thousand other things,vainly hopingto
raising and arming companies. the first of the week.C without the least benefit. At last I gota get well. But the catarrh remains,
Ii THIEF IN I THE NIGHToHO
It that the
demo-
seems Y. Miller, publisher of the Citizen, bottle of Pe-ru-na. I confess I had no and of course the dyspepsia remain
clats got the impression that the faith in it, as I had been t>o often disappointed l'e-ru-na cures these cases permanentlyby
was an Ocala visitor last Monday.
; but in a day or so I felt much I removing the cause,which is: catarrh.
republic ins determined on arrest-
Catarrh Robs Its Victims of Health and Life. Judge McConathy of Ocala was in Improved. Food did not distress; me as Pe-ru-na has cured more cases of dya.pepia
ing their members of the legislature town last Tuesday. before. I continued its u
which the republicans insist Catarrh is the most insidious! ofdiieses. of Ocah in using a doz'.-n \bottles" I was a well world. Address Dr. Hartman, Columbus
,
George MacKay was
,
Ifneglected it invariably ; woman.:: I can cat: ayu'ung without the Ohio, for a free book.
was never thought of. Governor reaches the bromhial tubes and town last Monday.T. .
lungs, rendering them weak and .
Taylor has pui-doned Harland susceptible to consumption. W. Hood was an Ocala visitor Mon

Whittaker, Secretary of State P. P. P. 147 + day.-From the Citizen.

Powers and ex-Secretary State (Llppuiaa's Great Remedy) --- FURNITURE AT COSTFor6ODy

and Davis is the only logical treatment for t A Monster Devil Fish
Finley Captain -arrested -
this loathsome disease. Catarrh is ''
now recognised as an affection of ,
as implicated in the assassination the blood, and not a mere local trou'm Destroying victim, is a type !
ble. The best blood purifier is -
of Governor Goebol sole ti b tit remedy, and the best 7 ot Constipation. The power of l
blood i an .erisacknowledgedtobe -
because the first named was in a P. P. I'. l..ider treatment with P. this murderous malady is felt on I
P. P. the !'ic'saint ,with
discharges
; ,
jail a month and no given
hearing
nawkiii"an-1 spitting and offensive organs and nerves and muFdes
odor, : y We will sell New Furniture at Cost to make room
him and because the j">-its, pre and qu c kly radical disappear and permanent and brain. There's no healthtill our
recovery soon re-
sided over by democratic judges, sults.Messrs. it's overcome. But Dr. for Several Carloads of goods just purchased, for which we
LIFTMAN: BROTHERS:: Savan- II I of the which willpositively
were so biased that justice could nag, r.a. j 1 King's New Life Pills are a safe have no room. Following are some goods
Gent1 have ned nearly four Wiles !:
not be given the sccused-all of -f 1'. 1' 1' I.pman'sireat KemiMy Iwas 4 and certain cure. Best in the be sold at cost :
altlieUJli..mtl.c! crown of head! to thE'soles of feet. I
my nu Your P. P. P has cured my diffi-
which Taylor! claims lie can do :IIity'ifhlat'1111gNnotheing! ; .t.il.uation.f :he h..ITt. .m.l 11-,, rHed! m' of all pain. One world for Stomach, Liver, Kidneys
nusitnl wa- di'il for ten trays, but IMW I cuE: lir. at he tl-:. ugh it na.nh! Sideboards
Suites
under the laws of the stat The I have u..t Il't't.n. either -ide for two ye,.fit; in t' I.It! edcd\ too -ce night ime Now sleep and Bowels. Handsome Bedroom Chiffoniers,
I wiiu.Jly in any position al1lJ\ht.! I am 50yc:!irs old. but l\t; on to IK.ti.lc to take h."|1i'. of: the Mattresses finest line in the ]
situation has !greatly) imp. J\"ed 5>l<,w haiidlt-s I feel glad that I was lucky en,mtrh to t g.' 1p, V. iud I luartslv rei.-mmt nd I it to Only 23 cents at Garrett & Sofas, Lounges [ country ,

and excitement; has greatly: oub- lilY frirnd.and liiKM-AiK: clay GerIg's Drugstore, Ocala. Toilet Sets [tIle most beautiful in town] and many
ptrsoiillajij'are.i A. :M. Ramsey; who. atlrr bt':nu du'xvnnt.. says on oath th..t the forccoia? articles.Remember
sided. Great uneasiness exists ''tatmiriit t.:el.vhimrelativet.tthrvirttuofi' 1', I' tiie.'vmc! h true. A. M. RAMbliY. other '
buorutu and subscribed .,.
before me this AugiM 4th i i--
among the republicans because J. M. LAM: ill-KT! N', P., Comanche County, Tesas.Ptk See our complete line of Chinaware -

more arrests are rumored, including r> WPP1130'3 Great Remedy) is superior to all sarsaparillas and the most than before. we also have a complete line of
I cheaper ever
r t scientific and successful remedy for old sores, I imples, blotches and all ;
dissasej of the pkiii and .
blood.Lippman's
the of and
name Taylor republican -
( Great : is well known The Surprise Store.
P ( Remedy to physicians who prescribe It
members of the legisla P. I"*. P. largely in their regular practice, the formula being printed on every Second Hand Furnitureand {
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carton. Sold by all Druggists. i
ture.

Lippman Brothers, Proprietors pp man Block.I Savannah, Ga. CASTOR come to us to save money. We will positively do
Fresh fish, both mullet and

bottom fish, received every day, Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala] Fla. For Infants and Children. as we say. PITTMAX & 1 IcI'rYnE. I

kept on ice au.i delivered anywhere The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears .
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in the tty by Wilhaui "
the Al" :
Tucke-. -#
LAWRENCE & CO Signature of / i

Five,, hundred designs that dt.>
The Bailey-Lebby Company
oraThihaut's wall papers. Established 1863 We have every day fresh Flor-

See >ii.! A. Hall, agent, :m South ida cabbage, Northern rutabagasand

Ma!. oha street. apples at GO cents a peck. CHARLESTON S. C. I .

Those wishing fresh, sweet f1QJeSale' ;! OIIlmi.ssion fflBrcnants Rice & Moore. I

cream for parties, etc., can have We have something nice in Machinery & uppliesIron

the same by notifying Geo. B. I I FRUITS AND PRODUCE gentlemen's handkerchiefs, from

Tyler.Do .j to t 5 cents. J. W. Hodges.
Iron, Pipe, Brass Fittings, Nails, Belting, Injectors
you wear sox? We have thelatrst irAXTEIEVERAL I'KR.-OSs FOR Dl-- Wheelbarrows and Link Belting.
\ Picks
20 North Side of Fancuil Hall Market, ; Shovels, j
i.1. stripes, any color: also repinen I

so., wi.h white feet. J.V ties weekly.\Vilhnu"iirabie! to fmij.ojnii-nt pay; yearly (with>'<">. unusual\\il.j.IIIt'! races Quoted on All Kinds oj Machinery or Uther Supplies I

BOSTON MASS. opportunityRefeiviio -,,':han ed Enclose -
Hodges. ,,..IfaiMfeseiitamped, env-iOpe. 3 A. Contracts taken for the erection of plants, for putting up
.;, Bui.:din, .(.;hl\I"V.
1'are,3u' ( ut': n ; ;
nloss:_r melon and Rocky lordcart REFERENCES- Specialties machinery of all kinds, or for repairing any kind of machinery, engines -

Faneuil Hall Vatnnal Bank Extracts in all flavors-peach, I or boilers, 03' a competent machinist, who will be supplied on

iloupe and genuine seeds, ,at guaranteedfivsii Tydings & Boston fruit and Produce Exchange PealneSldons: SouthernFruit 1 banana, cherry, orange, vanilla, short notice. (J. WAKE WELLS, Agent, Ocala, Fla.! ,
Boston Chamber of Commerce
Co's. and Truck lemon-at McCarthy Store. Office in A, E. Brnetri Jewlry Sinea J
.
R, G. Dun & CO'$ Commercial Agency .

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