The Ocala evening star

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


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


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).

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The Way of the Pops LEND ELIXIR .

The populist camps,
The Only Daily Paper in Ocala and middle-of-the-roaders AND KIDNEYS The leading Central Florida .

session at Sioux Falls, la., constipation
Furniture and House Dealers.
BITTINGER AND COMPANY Cincinnati, 0., respectively, : Furnishing

Proprietors arid PublishersC. this is the way a sick and ner- The largest and most complete brand new stock of Furniture in

of the New York Sun

L. BITTINGER, from Cincinnati: "The nervousness, suites from the 1 cheapest] to t the most expensive. Iron, brass

k-... Batter a4 B..l.... M..... the-roatlers are very and nervous pros- rimmed beds. Mattresses of all }kinds. Springs; any price.

f n. R. CARROLL CITY EDITORatert.a against the leaders of the

,d ists, Marion Butler of North chills, debility and ]
At the Oc&l jxwtofflce &8 second class
matter olina and Allen of Nebraska diseases, take Lemon

, ._ their like."
= in all grades, Rugs and Portieres Handsome Pictures ; Picture Moldings, hundreds of
ig. Tli re are in Charleston 270woni (; The following of for natural and thor-
i;; designs. Side Boards ; Chairs, beautiful willows, dining and office. Office Desks, three
'- t who return, prop'rty for clip: regulation, take sizes. Baby Carriages and Go-Carts. In fact, anything in Furniture. We have three
:- tax, ')n valued at$1,?:39Oli5and! ( "These "middle of the ,
t- jig floors filled with Furniture. We have all kinds of Upholstering, Mattress Making,
, pay ;l'r the support of the city 'pop*' speak of the Sioux and $1 bottle at drug '
t Picture Framing, Etc., done by skilled workmen ...
, got r-imont $51 875.07. And 'pops' as Nebraskan -

;'. they i ave no voice in governmental The Sioux Falls 'pops' are only by Dr. H. Moz-

!".'- to ff tars. dubbed because of their Ga. Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Etc.I

seeking proclivities. V

E f. DP nellon had a few cases of "Frank H. Lytle, the GRATITUDE \Ve have the only up-to-date stock of Wagons, Buggies and Supplies for same, Harness,

I, sma :ox last werk, and 'Dr.] E. cock' of L'i.keVeir, H. Mozley-Dear Sir: Saddles, Robes, Etc., in town. Builders'lnterial of all kinds. Wall Paper, Paints

; L. 8 .wart, state health officer, the Florida 'pops,' who your Lemon Elixir and Oils. Complete Undertakers' and Emba-lmers' Department entirely separate.

took hold and l will vaccinate, fumigate the Cincinnati convention had another attack Write or call on .

, and isolate until the disease this to say of Gen. Weaver fearful sick headach I
has been stamped out. A of the Sioux Falls God that I have at Mclver and
t. hospital l tent has been erected. I who was the 'pop' a medicine that will

president in 1802! : "Half awful
spells. FLORIDA .
f "Mark" Twain is corning homo people in 181)2 believed that MI S. ETTA W. JONES, I

f from London to enter the presidential ver 'stole the chIckens/ West Virginia. THE PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHING. \

raco lie says he can do other half believes it now.

, it with the best of grace, because been conceded by honest .
Charles E. W. Neely, aU. S.
he has neither politics, principles( we elected our governor in '
with indigestion and post-office official in Havana, did All Patrons
nor prejudices; all of which he in the state of Florida. our
for two long up that office to the tune of $75-
i said in a humorous speech at a Bryanite thieves, known as years. .
of Lemon Elixir it 000. Neely was arrested in
banquet in London, given for the ocrats, counted us out. In ; ; Are
bottles and am now Rochester, N. Y., and it is said Delighted
r benellt of the literary fund. gia they voted dead nif '
HARRY ADAMS. that he will be taken back to
monkeys. All of the d )

New Tlirough Car Linn from Florida to this First Avenue, Cuba for trial. With the rich flavor, tenderness, succulence and general

I are inid-roaders and strong Ala. high grade excellence of my prime meats, and all my
Commencing May 10, sleeperson Red Hot From the Jim
I "Secretary Parker, customers are connoisseurs in steaks, chops and roasts.
trains 33 and 34, via F. C. & '
of the Sioux Falls 'pops,' LEMON ELIXIR Was the ball that bit G. B.
P..and Seaboard Air Line, will be
"1 do not wish to lay down my husband, who was Steadman of Newark, Mich., in I It is Gratifying
operated between Tampa and
hounds, because I would for years with large the Civil War. It caused horri-

Washington via Seaboard Air with 11 jas. As for mo his leg, and was cured ble ulcers that no treatment I To know that Ill)y efforts to cater to the tables of the

Line from Columbia. house, I'd rather stand two bottles; and helped for twenty years. Then critical is successful, and, as I am an expert judge of

Sleepers on train 35 and 30 will tho wilderness than dwell friend whom the doctors Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured meats, I will serve the best in tho land at the most
be between Jacksonville '
operated tents of ungodly up to die, who had him. Cures Cuts, Bruises, reasonable prices. r .
and Hamlet N. C. via Columbia
ti t gands, like Allen and for years with indiges- Burns, Boils, Felons, Corns,
and Seaboard Air Line. Passen- nervous prostration. Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure T. W. DAVIS CITY MARKET
ger trains will arrive at and de- The editor of the Star
MRS. E. A. BEVILLE. on earth; 2o cents a box. Cure
part from the Park Seaboard sta- from the deduction -
Ala.A guaranteed. Sold by Garrett & 'I
tion at Columbia. Captain Lytle in regard
Gerig, druggists, Ocala. A
result of the political %STliat is
Boys' Suits Florida in 1882. He says opiites'r,4 CARD

has been conceded by all and sick headache, VV. 8. Musser, Millheim, Pa., .
Klein & Campbell have just saved the life of his little girl by .
that biliousness and I
men we ('pops') con- As ,
received a nice line of well made
her One Minute Cough
governor in 1892! in Florida. (of which I have been a giving r
and serviceable boys' suits from do that sufferer I have Cure when she was dying from
not question ) never As He might be-MUCH !
3 to 8 years, that are going at est pops thought so medicine that would give croup. It is the only harmlessremedy

75 cents a suit. that gives immediate re- .y He is a nervous wreck. His life if .
think so now, but the prompt and per- S
,,, j a burden to himself,and his presence
is certain that three honest I relief as Dr. H. Mozley's sults. It quickly cures coughs, s a dread to his family and friends.

To .the Public ocrats to one honest 'pop' Elixir calds, bronchitis, la grippe asth- His irritability is mining
his business, and constantly -
Why continue to pay GO cents vate and are ready to be SAWTELL"Griffin, Ga., ma and all throat and lung -,- t f increasing miseries,
troubles. real and imaginary, arc -
Anti-Monopoly Drug-
that the Publisher Morning
for when were '
per pound candy you him into the

can I get package candy, Shraft's squarely; beaten and store. dgrave.. is This unhappy cia
man only one
good, none better made, guaranteed democratic governor was Summer Hates The women of Tampa are rais- million in America

fresh, for 50 cents per fairly and squarely, rates to all summer ing a fund of $500 to establish a ----- If lief there for were their no con-re. :

pound. DAME, the requirements of -the call on the city ticket free kindergarten. dition they might indeed *

THE CANDY AND CREAM :MAN. This dishonesty plea of the the Plant System, in Pneumonia follows la grippe a,> pray for death.
---- But Nervouenew and
is a petty conceit of theirs, I.
House. but never follows the use ofFOLEY'S F its morbid horrors
out any facts to are vanishing before
Crescent 1900 Models same.-ED. HONEY AND TAR, thereat the marvelous work

throat and lung remedy. of advanced science.
Th' Ocala Music Co. has just Notice
Anti-Monopoly drugstore, Ocala,
recei vd its 1900 model Crescent
Millions Given AwayIt indebted to the P. P. P.

bicycles In ladies', gents' and children Rice & Moore will Fla.A. 3
please (Lippman's Great Remedy* overcomes at once the acute symptoms of .1.
is certainly gratifying B. Stroud Grantville Ga
chain and chain less. Call settle on or before June l. every form of Nervous Derangement,and soon makes the patient robust .
and :> 'o them. They are beauties public to know of one wrote: A priceless boon has been and ambitious. P. P. P. 13 the beet combination of green roots and
and" will strike as the land who are not the world in Dr. Mof- barks that was ever put together for the cure of Weakness, General
price you Sale Wanted given baby Debility and Nervousness. It is a good tonic and the best Blood Purifier :'
right. be generous to the need fett's Teethma (Teething Pow- in the world. P. P. P. is Nature's epecific for Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, '}'f
Catarrh, Malaria and all forms of Elood Poison and Scrofula, whether r; 'f:
sufrerin small medium
proprietors a or ders). '
Open All Night in adults or children.
King's New Discovery hand safe, and will The "Jim" Alexander factionbit S P. P. P. is sold by all druggists- a bottle; six bottles, $5. ,],,

\V" have a night phone, Num- sumption, Coughs and for same. Stand ley, the dust in the city electionat L-I pp man. Brothers, PROP2IETOR&UVPMAN BLOCK .Savannah, Oa.!, ._ .!
service ----- ---
ber 7 ; and render -
willing --- --- ---- -- ---- :
given away over ten & Co. -- -- -- ; >.<<
DeLand _.
atainour, ot the night. Ask bottles of this great Tuesday. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala] Fla. .

your jysician to call us. and have the satisfaction of "After suffering from piles for I __ _. __________ -;
GARHETT & QEKIQ ing it has absolutely cured I I.A fifteen years I was cured by using -- ----- ----- --- -- :' .i..'

Postoflice Drug Store. ands of hopeless cases. Infants and Children. two boxes of De Witt's Witch Buy your 1000 mile ticket for $ WALTER DUKES

---- -- the Plant 8 stem from Miss
W. J. Bax-
Hazel Salve writes
Bronchitis, Hoarseness The Broadway Tailor
Yen Have Bought
Lots in JulietteW diseases of the Throat, Always ter, North Brook, N. C. It heals Jessie Maughs at the city ticket

the A Beware of counterfeits office in the Ocala [louse!. SUITS TO ORDER
Lungs are surely cured
lave a fbW choice lots in
# : Drugstore.Wall .
of Anti-Monopoly -- from $12.50 Up
Call Garrett &
Juhrlj: for Bale.: J. II. Livingston OD Geng, -

a Son, agents.To and get a 10 cent trial paper and papering. R. L. ALEXANDER 3 Pants a SpecialtyCleaning

Regular size 50 cents Arch Masons of the A. Hall. Dyeing and Repairing Neatly
Every bottle guaranteed been in session i
I at Practical Done I
Heal a Hurt FOR SALEA new piano.
refunded. this week. Corner and Orangi Streets r
Use BANNER SALVE, the great Easy payments. Inquire at this CARPENTER AND BUILDER :

healer. It's iruarauteed for cuts, Piano for SaleA stomach trouble twenty office. P. 0. Address. Box 134 .1 i iK ii
Careful estimate? made on all contract work. I
wounds, sores, piles and all skin fine, new instrument gave up hope of being Mclver & MacKay have just I i liiVf than,any more uthrr and man b-'ttt-r in town.wrK for the money 1LIPPMAN I
1 began to use Kodol
diseases. Take no substitute. on easy terms.r Apply received, and have displayed in
Anti-Monopoly drugstore, Ocala, oU ce. Cure. It has done me
their furniture store, a most 1'rdO1.
Fla. good I call it the savior handsome line of refrigeratorsand I
The Most Stubborn
Claret ice at Garrett &Qertg's writes W. R. Wilkm ice chests of all sizes. ,
resulting from an Tenn. It digests DAR i
fountain is cooling, these hot :. "After suffering from severe Cure
grippe or heavy colds, 'ou eat. Antl- IoDopoly Dyspepsia
days; in fact the ices that they dyspepsia over twelve years and
to the wonderful healing ,, ocn
are putting across the counterhit ties of FOLF.Y'S HONEY using many remedies without i Digestsvhat you eat.

the thirsty spots. Remember T\R, which stren sOn\'llIe is to have a new permanent good, I finally took It artificially digests the food and aids :

the place. lungs and makes them grocery house. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It did r Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
Fnti-Monopoly drugstore! ice cream made from me so much good 1 recommend it id Dv gans. I t i the latest discovered digest- d.

The moonlight excursion down Ala. served every day at to everyone," writes J. E. Watkins ant and tonic. No other preparationcan
it in efficiency. It In-
S iA
Silver Springs run will take Lime Juice and Pepsin also on the table to clerk and recorder, Chilli- stantly: approach relieves and permanently cures

place :on May 15. The boat will new drink at Garrett & at Mrs. Anthony's cothe, Mo. It digests what you I j.-' 4 s Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Sour Stomach,
leave the Springs at 8 p. in. fountain. It is and Gontleraen's restaur eat. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I e Sicklleadache.Gastralgia.Cramps and .

Fare for the trip, 50 cents for aids digestion. door to Mclver & Mac- I I % !{ i J all other results of imperfect estlon. .
CA.BTORJA.: : size contains 24 time Z 1i:.,
gentlement ladies free. I Price 50o.and i fl. Large
dears the! n.e Kmd tei hvs A'I.31S! BoutJign3.t11lll BROS.. Proprie'ors, 6mallblze.DookallaboutdyspepslamaUedfret. .._
Foley's HOneyand I tea tables, a-few of them Druggists. Lippmaa's Block, SAVANNAH- GA. Prepared by E.C.DeWIT7 A CO Chicago. r'

Wraj', the tuner, at Wuihe's. children.safc.sure. No \'er & McKay's. of Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala Anti-Jionopoly Drugstore Ocala, Fla.

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OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION J for $20 to build cisterns shelter the '

t" r'1"I,. -.. -- -j>;<__-_,._._,.,_ ..,.. -, ,,-,- ''. -- ,. :same and gutter the house was deferred [ Mley-Lebby Company
: Ocala Fla., May 7, 1900. J[ until the June special meeting.

r>.: ,, N UnMAMMMUn'NNInNI11,IINW'IWNtllpbWlNnNlxwwf The Board of Public Instruction in Mrs. M. J. Turner reported that she

i, and for Marion county Florida, met I had not found her two lost warrants, CHARLESTON s. c.
\ this day in regular session, with M. S. 'os. 919 and 1039 and on motion duplicates ,

Moser and B. I. Hull present.Mr. were ordered issued.

} ( t ( I I1 J' B. A. Weathers appeared and The votes and returns of the election &

ilt.i For Infants and Children. presented commissions from the state for trustees of the Ocala school Machinery Supplies

'f ; board of education appointing him a sub-district and fixing the millage to
'm-*- "*ijtsimilating:_ ,'iJl asc .ti ; The Kind You Have member of the school board of Marion be assessed and collected for same [ron, Pipe, Brass Goods, Fittings, Nails, Belting Injectors
. ; county, Fla., to fill the unexpired term were canvassed and the following can- Shovels Picks Wheelbarrows and Link Belting. .
.' dli
r tt f 4' of H. K. Smith, whose death had didates receiving the highest numberof

, ",' Always Bought caused a vacancy in said board from votes cast were declared elected: races Quoted on All Kinds oj Machinery or Other Supplies

PM gdab1e[ PreparatiO:1for: As- the first school district. Mr. Weatherswas W. S. Bullock, Simon Benjamin andC.

{ iheFoodandHetfula- heartily welcomed and elected L. Bittinger. It appearing that the Contracts taken for the erection of plants, for putting up

r. tir.g the Stomachs and Dowels of Bears the chairman of said board. majority of the votes were for a three J[machinery of all kinds, or for repairing any kind of machinery".en-

. ,\ Minutes of last meeting were read mill levy, it was ordered that three J pines or boilers, by a competent machinist, who will be supplied on

: >, m1, w and approved.The f mills be assessed. !short notice. G. WAKE WELLS, Agent, Ocala, flat

. .- SIgnature following resolution was passedon Treasurer's report was examined, Office in A E Buttutrt Jewelry Store

.. Promotes Digeslion.Cheerful-! A the death of H. K. Smith a deceased found correct and approved as follows -

. nessandRcst.Conrnlnsneithcr member of the Board of Public : 1

Oprum.Morpliiue nor N1nriaa. ab of Instruction: Balance from last report. .$3,481.66

NrY1 NARCOTIC.JmiJri "Since the last meeting of the Boardof Received from E. P. Thagard, SWEET CREAM FOR SALEParties

... Public Instruction of Marion coun- levy of 1S99 . . 2,740.00

He arpca/otdL-SAMI' .lylCllIa ty, Florida, the members have been Received from E. P. Thagard,

dal' saddened by the death of our chair- polls of 1899 . ._ 384.00 desiring Sweet, Pure Cream should address '
S&r.Jrnn man, Mr. H. K. Smith, who passed Received from state treas-

r( BeuAax l.ll.Jul k-. 1 l I In from labor into rest the 7th day of urer, tax sales . 106.48 .

i_: Jijprrraiiit tteGadataQJds- April, 1900. The ways of our Heav HERMITAGE DAIRY
t 11dmJ..fu.J-. I. enly Fatherare not always plain to us, Total receipts . . .$6,712.14 J, d

t": ,car.i7orty: Use but we know that he doeth all things Disbursed during month. . 4,442.92
j well. We therefore humbly submit to
' -Sweet Milk Delivered Every Day- .
i Ancrfed Remedy Constipa- his all-wise decree. Balance in treasury .2269.22 .
(i j'HI,Sour Stotll ch.Diarrhoea,
'In the death of Mr. Smith the Reports and accounts amounting to

' o:5S\\: andLOSS OF SLEEK F For 0'G'tns.Convulsionsfeverish V e r board feels that it has lost a wise $1,182.53 were examined, found cor- CEO. B. TYLER, Box 821 Ocala Fla

counselor and a faithful co-worker in rect and ordered paid. There beingno

TacSinule Signature of the cause of education. Therefore be further business board adjourned.

ThtrNFw Years I it resolved W. D. Cam Secretary
YOI7K. i "That as fellow-laborers in the cause
of education we mourn our loss and
Brave Men Fall
will ever cherish his memory .

, "Resolved That we extend to his Victims to stomach, liver and For 60 Dayse

t ASTORIA wife and family our sincere condo-
troubles well
3* lence. kidney as as women .

XACT COW OF WRAPPEB. and all feel the results in
"Resolved, That a copy of these res- will sell our New Furniture at Cost, to make room
".. ''l'l I loss of in the
'! appetite poisons
., r-- .. "- : ... THl._ ,CCNTAUM- .. COMMNV.- ,HIW. VOMK. ';CITY... olutions be spread upon the minutesof for Several Carloads of goods just purchased, for which we
; ,
"' .. ,. 4-< .- blood backache
--1 nervousness
this board and that a copy be sent ,
have no room. Following are some of the goods which will -
to the papers for publication." I headache and tired, listless, run- ,
positively be sold at cost :
I C. J. Smith, a colored citizen of down feeling. But there's no

Lake Weir, appeared before the board ; need to feel like that.: Listen to Handsome Bedroom Suites, Sideboards, Chiffoniers,

OALA LUMBER CQ and asked at for the a west new school end of to the be lake.established J. W. Gardner, Idaville: Ind. He Sofas, Lounges, Mattresses [finest line in the country],

The matter was laid over until the says: "Electric Bitters are just Toilet Sets [tile most beautiful in town] and many < '

June special meeting, that the board the thing for a man when he is other articles. '

might obtain more information about all run down, and don't care .
Is at all times prepared to furnish rough the community.Mr. whether he lives or dies. It did Remember, we also have a complete line of .

lumber in desired Robert Sanders appeared before more to give me new strengthand
;- or planed any quantity the board and asked that an appropri- good appetite than anything Second Hand Furnitureand

ation be made to repair the Dunnellon '
INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTYIf school house. The same was deferredto I[ could take. I can now eat any- come to us to save money. We will positively do /

the June meeting, and Mr. Sanderswas thing and have a new lease on as we say.

in need of anything in our line, write to or call on us. asked to make an effort to havea life." Only 50 cents at Garrett P rr r IAN & MclNTYRE.DB. .

school sub-district created at Dunn & Gerig's Drugstore Ocala.
Factory opposite Plant System depot. Mill near Montague.
ellon, and the superintendent asked to Every bottle guaranteed.

OCALA LUMBER COMPANY go to Dunnellon and assist in encour- ]MOFFETT'S I Allays Irritation( ,Aids Digestion,

aging a subdistrict.A )! r. Regulates the Bowels,

Telephone 69 Ocala, Florida communication was read from W. RestaurantRestaurant E ET H I N Strengthens the Child,

H. Reynolds comptroller of the state, f =, ,VditP Makes Teething Easy.

explaining that the sub-district law and lunch counter. : f (Teething Powders) JLTEETHINA Relieves the Bowel
Meals and lunches at all hours. AS A 1r Troubles of Children of
passed by the legislature in 1899 is inoperative -
Costs only 2a cents at Druggists, ANY AOL i
HEALINGUnlit so far as it related to the Special; rates to weekly boarders. >
rti 1'} r to '' Oriaail25ctnts: to C.J. MOFFETT M. D.f ST. LOUIS, MOr
tax collector paying the sub-district Also city dray furnished when

money to county treasurer instead of desired. ..

further notice, Geo. 1*. K. Hart, the Magnetic Healer, will make a spe- the trustees and that the money shouldbe
Tompkins and wife propri-
cialty of the treatment of the following named diseases, upon terms specified in paid in future to the trustees. Florida Central & '

this advertisement: The superintendent was instructedto etors, 49 South Magnolia street, ."
Kidney or Bladder Troubles $10. notify the trustees of the Belleview or oostofflce. box 862. Ocala., Fla Iir i -

Sexual Diseases $15. school sub-district that in order to receive Peninsular R. R. '. ;

Troubles $25. from the Unable to Work
Pulmonary any money comptroller
Time Table Effective November 19th, 1899.
Habit $GO. tax 'collector to
Liquor or they are required
Chas. Replogle Atwater, 0.,
give a bond in the sum of $200. ;m: /4Np. 10 11 i t I ccrnZDm. I 11 I U

All Diseases Treated Without Exposure The following information relativeto was unable to work on accountof Tae' a.. .. blOam BUlpm ::::;::: ........ i'Cko .. .
F ? : Lv ards. slam 800pm 92\jam 7
kidney trouble. After usingFOLEY's ;: ........ ........ pm
the appointment of teachers was ordered Plant city \ 91spm Tettaaiaa 'Z"-m 815pm >t<-m ........
Dade City.. 9m 1"1 po. ...rr... ........ ArBaldwlD.. 9""m 8/nm ..
These prices are for personal office treatment until qured. Personal home published: KIDNEY CURE four days Ar W,"Id WOOl L ''ll iOam l2&ani -, .- 9Warn.
.. .. ......
1 :: ; .
:: ::: ::::::: Lv Raldwinn .. .. .. 0l-rwm( 811 .
treatment, within one mile of ollice, double above rates. "It is the duty of county boards of ne was cured. Anti-Monopoly L,v\\lDterPrkl 7..-nJU ........ ........ ArMeClenny... ........ .........1019am 883Pm pm
my : .... Sam! : 83ipm ........ ........ .. Lakecity. ........ ........l128am
Terms of payment: Full amount of cash deposited in bank when treatment public instruction to select, assign and drugstore, Ocala, Fla. Apopka.. ... 901am\ 74-Im........ ........ .. Live Oak ....,... ......., 1218pm 9.gpm
ArTarart 9.... 99!:am 9tJSm ........ ........ 1rladilOI1.. .. ....,.... .......: 1930pm t
begins; 25 per cent payable in :)0 days; 23 per cent payable in 60 days. Re- contract with teachers. This duty can yTavarel! 9am IHupm ........ ....... II MO:1tirello .119pm 44Uam .
maining 50 (cent payable to me when are cured. Time limit for a cure in no case be delegated to supervisorsor 1eesLurg. ',01.J8m, IOMipm: ....... ....,,.. ? "'a" "_''.'.'.,... ................... 088pm 600am
pr you Colored Restaurant I A r Wi'd we JOd. 1040am 1159pm ? six months. patrons; but the supervisor may re- .. 10Sitm 123Uam ....,... ........ II 1iverJ'tion.......... ......?.?.. 525pm 94O&m

It is possible for me to treat all diseases successfully at any distance by port to the county board, for its con- Meals at all hours; special lowrates "" CEaa Bellencw......, ....1l51am ll'f'sm: tam.15Uam ............... ......... LvRaldwin... .:-Om) -8.rJ"Inm -........ -........
absent treatment. Price of absent treatment 1 per month, always in 8d.ance.Fur sideration the names of such teachers by the week. Only first -iiverSp'ng .... ., .. .. ........ ........ Ar "'hrke 105'm 10''IPlD .- ........ _

further particulars call on or address me. Consultation FKRK.OflW as he may think best suited to the class colored restaurant the Ar" H ti5'alr.wt b omt....:.. I"12''pIlJ 57pm''; 5(dam... ... .......: ...... .......? ........ '
'I .. ........ ........
Baldwin. 31Upw 7btm -- -
over R. E. Yon e & Co.'d store. Hours S to 11 a. m.; 1 to 2 and 7:30to requirements of the school and most MELISSA MACK "Ja'klonv'le 358pn: : s'-lIlm ........ ........ *:
8:10:! square. -.-
p. m. satisfactory to the patrons. lR f r;

G I,O. P. E. HAIIT, Magnetic He'aler. While the board recognizes the Proprietress. 78' U
right of patrons or any one to file com- Lv Cedar Key. 7 I arr: :-:::::::- =::: :::::::-:- -.
Vint: chances in ten it's your .... 315pm ........
Archer 10 hlaair .
OoarltaFgar.44J plaints or recommendations of teachers Lv Waldo '.. 113 m 510am 200pm ........
that attention if I' baTLe.: .... I0518n' 445pm 1'Jpm: ...n.. Ar Gal..rTi1r ... 1201p14 641am 23IJpm ........' '
-" the board reserves the absolute kidneys need Ar'\lhUO.. ll2Ipn' OOpm 12'pm :.:..:.:.:.:.:. .. Archer .... ......... 900am 3Upm ........ 4' -
don't feel well. FOLEY'S Lv\\.ItIJo...... Ifipu 5U.a1nn ........ ........ II Ce.1arKey. ...... ......... 63.pT!! ........ -
right to appoint. teachers, regardless you It Starke..... 2151J ;j 4t'am....... ........ I4v Wald'>.. ... 114am:! I050pm == :::::::
of such petitions, recommendations or KIDNEY CURE makes healthy Ar Baldwin... 31vpn team Ar.. Hawthorne 121pm: 1135pm ........ ........
L1 1 Hilverlp'ng.: ........ ........
: [ ] ; complaints.The kidneys and will make you well. 3 1 21" .. HOpm 115am) ........ ......
I' Belleview!! .. 20'pm 150am ........ ......._ (
supervisor of Mt. Carmen school Nothing else "just as good." Lv--.h i J'tion-..... -1'Io.-ml"2Oam WildwfJ'.K 23.Jpm: 2 40am ........ .. .
(colored) appeared and asked for nine .....'..... ....... 124s1m1J2U1pmLvWi: wood. -2t.'pm -320am.r.-... ........ .
THE LINK THAT BINDS. Anti-Monopoly drugstore, Otala, It .a.aoee.._ ... ...... 143ym 3 pm Ar Leesburg.... 3Opm 4?lam ........ ........ t
seats and 250 feet of siding for his a' 3loniieello! ....... ...... l.-pm: 4fipm Tavareii.... 338pm 52oam ........ ........ _._'
'i school. The question was laid over Fla, S. 31adis'n.! .... ...... ...... 34.1Jm: 6fJ1J pm Lv Tavare3 .... 33'1pm 54.'JlLm ........ ........ .,:
co Live Oak... ...... )3f'am H2r-m 835pnrArApopka.... 'ZOtl8.m.................. '
1 until June. 'I Lakl.City.. ....., 'j3Iam 525 pm104Upm Cr!:!'.....,. SWplD 82Vam ........ ........
Employment Agency I' .. ...... 115am co wlnter P'rk -fjj; tArliald
Me( j 2"am; 83Upm 5'hpm
'nny .:.:.:.:.:.::.:
Major Finley, supervisor of the Free-
JACKSOS! TENN.,Nov.28. "in..._ j.t arw: 63j jJ in Lv Wildw'JC'.4. 2 apm ...... ........
stone colored school, appeared before The Ocala Employment ency LVI; I was subject to miscarriage for three years, Ark.:::'':,. I 3 _ft.) iliaml7' ,l'm 2.'am, "PJantl'ity... HI'lD 2m...................
Y and buffered constantly with backache. I wrote the board and asked for an appropriation has opened an office in the Mitchell I rera'ia", .)I S amS'am' t'1)tlm 91i"lItm to 'Tanya .51m : ........ ........
to you for advice and after using three bottle of $50 and permission to cut the 1 -Val.y extxt' .
Block on Exposition lI,Through Pullman kepng! Cc.r Tampa to New York,via J bonvil1e.0. .
of Wine of Cardui according to your directions, term one month short and use the U, Through Pulman! ; Car New York to Tam}8,via Jack3onvjIle.No. .
t I am strong and well, and the mother of a fine in building school house.It and will furnish help of all kinds .2. Th'ough Pullman Steeping Car Jack..'nville to few O-leanii- ';i
money a new
girl baby. r;o. 1,Through hniiiinan!; Ek eping car New unmans to JSK'u-no vine. ".;,f
was deferred until the June special in or out of the city. Call or address No. 4, Through Pul'inan S.t-tvin;:Car service Jack.On.TiUe to St. Louis,via lAke City. '_.::"" ;
t. l Mrs. E. N. JOWERS. :-0.3. Through Pullman bit t plug Car 8"rvie ht. Louis to Ja/-k, >nville,via Lake City. ?i
tt meeting.A postoffice box :No. 8C2, or For full inforira'ion ,imix>Mible to Rive in this condenaied schedule)apply to your nearest :j.f f i
bill from Superintendent Phillips, telephone when you are In needof blMAXV: 'ELL' to General Pa UStl Ofti'e..-\. aMAcrONELL, I. A. HHIPMAK, .
tSEIREEYflIrd .. "... '. E
raJC Atrfnt. A'M'tG Pa Agent
tVi.eia-- a'dr Mirr. #n on.
of Levy for tuition of !
county pupils
our services, and your order ------ :...
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from Marion county, was deferred un-
will receive promp attention. -
til next meeting for lack of informa- 'ill ti

There is no use talking- baby: in the house is the link that binds I. E ToMPKINS Managers i
tion.A A. D BROOKS f 08ILE & OHIO R. Hr
husband: :and wife together. Nothing is sadder than fruitless wedlock. bill from L. L. Meggs for repairsat > !!
The prattling anJ cooing of the little ones offset a thousand times the Telephone No. 9. ',d
Orange Springs was deferred until
occasional worries and trials: of lif'h 11 a wife is barren,there is a -. -.:
derangement: somewhere in the! genital: : organs: caused by one or more of next meeting for lack of information. SSHc I I ) R T l 1-1f'JE i :: .
those common disorders known as u-male tr.mbles". Wine of Car tui The following order was passed: J. C. Kennedy, Roanoke, Tenn., f
is the remedy. It ruts the organs of veneration in a strong and healthy: "In view of the fact that there is fric- says: "I cannot say too much forDeWitt's .; i iTo
condition, t fitting the wife for the sacred dun of reproducing her kind.
tion in the selection of teachers at Anthony St. Louis Chicago and the West
Witch Hazel Salve.
During the period of gestation the entire system of the expectant motheris .
built up to witlistand the ordeal 1 of labor, and when the little one and that there is no supervisor One box of it cured what the '
BulFet Jacksonville to St. Louis via
makes its aJvent it is lusty :and the board hereby orders a meeting of Through Sleeper ;
well-fitted to to maturity doctors called an incurable ulceron Plant System leaves Jacksonville at 8 p. m., connecting with
strong: grow LADIES': ADYIJ3RJ QEPARTMERT the patrons to be held in the school 'J

in too perfect, health.through Themother the dirtct PoradTirrinreararrquiringepecial.: n&,address,tnvuiK l symptoms\ house on May 19th for the purpose of my jaw." Cures piles and all' the Mobile & Ohio's West India Flyer, the best equipped tramin
passes ),dir. .d.k"r,iwp'I. 1 lie t aA iTAlOetil skin diseases. Look out for the South. For general information tickets etc. apply to
trial with little pain :and 1 no dreaJ. TUUHINEIO, Cluittanooga: ,lean. electing a supervisor; and that on
Wine of Cardui is truly :a wonderful Saturday, June 2d, another meetingbe worthless imitations. AntiMonopoly ticket agents of the Plant System, __ r
medicine for women. held under the supervision of the Drugstore. C M. SHEPHERD, L. E. SPENCER, T. F. & P. A., /' .

Large Bottles for $1.00 at Druggists. supervisor and select three teachersfor Gen. Pass. Agt., Mobile, Ala. 235 Vf. By St., Jacksonville, Fla .,:>'.<:".iJ?

J.i.( r said school." > .. "a.
V419 ;JJ 1. 'IJ An application from W. R. Green Foley's Honey and Tar '.
Take Job Work to the Star Office
supervisor of Capulet school, asking heals lungs and stops the cough. your


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.Weather Forecast for Central Florida ] The Dance Tonight J,

I: | We otfer -
(Courtesy of Postmaster. Groves) j
Reward for will be a dance at the ,
Jacksonville 10-Fair tonight 0EEm
May "
that tonight for the benefit of '1
and Friday. Cooler in
: extreme -
Catarrh Ocala baseball club. There

north portion tonight F. J. be no admission charged to

is in dance hall and every one is

The gentlemen, how- .
We the
negro, whose nam is sup- who participate the dance
known F. J.
to I posed to be Badger, had a nearing 15 be required to pay 50 cents, ,
this afternoon b fore Justice yea'rs,
: will entitle himself and

:" a Crawford for stealing a watch \ fectly., y to dance. Refreshments will 1

from Mr. Fishfi served and moder-
upstairs, a 4
to out
: at to pawn the watch, which led to carry charge will be made for the

to his detection. by their So if do
you not care to
;; Wholes) ] 1J

is Fifty cents will stop your having WALDINO, attend anyway, partake of

chills and fever. You ask! \VLIole :a refreshments, an abundance :J

I iow';? Because it will buy one bottle Hall's that which is good having ACTS GENTLY ON THE .

arri of Girrett's: Chill Tonic. internally prepared, and thereby help :

'. Garrett & Gerig's Drugstore. the blood a good cause. KIDNEYSLIVERa
; I is honorable
an and
the 1
i Fla. Miss Erne tine Brumby i is assisting system ;
national BOWELS
bottle. game. AND
just Mr. R. H. Phillips in the -i
: in a town gives more life

cilice of the Singer Sowing Machine Hall's pleasure to the majority of CLEANSES THE 5YSTEM -.11!
Company. boys and young men, and In- .rv EF F EC TUALLY !'

Science has found that rheumatism Colonel many of the older ones, as a P E D S E -J.4.

w & is caused by uric acid in the River was ball game. C0. 0 A E V!R S

blood. This poison should be Mr. Barco boys have contracted for OVERCOMES xTION

excreted by the kidneys. No county, has worth of supplies. Assist P '.:
to pay the _amount by your TUA1. CoIw
i rheumatism with healthy kidneys and is a
A new aim of the club is to organ ITS
makes well. AntiMonopoly fgCIS.
always them I I6vy
(' drugstore, Ocala, Fla. of equip and maintain such a

the team, and with the proper THE GENVINL-MAN'F BX

"Dick" Hawkins has placed of the citizens of Ocala S'RP@Jui6Vlkt !

the editorial force of the Star un- can be done" Come to the ,

1 der obligations by presenting Take tonight. The doors will SF$ C4 csco N W M YOgK
C. roa&AU vi All a0.uGGiSTS au tana.
i them, Wednesday, with a supplyof thony's open at an early hour.F. .

very fine cucumbers of his taurant Cheap for Cash .

on growing. They were certainly a Mclver & :\ C. & P. SPECIAL' RATES Small house and third of an

treat. Sawdust acre of land near city. Apply at

Painting and kalsomining. H. of the city Louisville, Ky.-On account this office.

A. Hall. Seymour & Reunion Confederate Vet-
is First Class Carriage Building;
i! '", tickets will be on sale May _

28, 29!), limited to June 10, at '-J. L. Smoak proprietor of

citi- round trip from Ocala. An the Brick City Carriage Factory,
OUR is turning out some very handsome
to June 25 can be ob-

provided tickets are de and exceedingly well built

lted with joint agent at Louis- wagons, buggies and carriages,
For fair dealing and good ]
this winter. It will pay you to
e on or before June 4 and pay-
'. ing and Gents'1'tr111SlllllbS of a fee of 50 cents. figure with him before placing

e8ta lislCd.] Do wear ? Atlanta, Ga.-On account Gen- your orders. He is thoroughly
fish you equipped to do new work as wellas v
Assembly Presbyterian i
all kind of repairing, painting,
tickets will be sold May
: mar- upholstering blacksmithing and
H.. B 16 and 17, limited to May 29!), horseshoeing.

at one fare round trip.

, Has just received the finest St. Louis, Mo.-On account Wagons Built and Repaired
L'f Assembly Presbyterian ,
I lawn and summer clothing ever ) tickets will be on sale The Ocala Wagon Works, W

I tf. 14 and 15, limited returning B. Merck, proprietor, are turningout
Your Clothing Made to most excellent work in new
medi June 3, 1900, at one fare, plus

Gar- We have the famous for the round trip. wagons and buggies, and repair-all ,
ing, painting upholstering
peo- Hot Ark. On account
Springs, -
at for you to select] from and Baptist Auxiliary Con- kinds of vehicles. Oar paint shopis

the best equipped in town and '*
good fit. Call and see ,,, tickets will be sold May our painter thoroughly compe-

soda 10 inclusive, at one fare for
offer in this line. tent.Ve make a specialty pf
round trip limited to May 24
drug blacksmith work of all kinds and

horseshoeing. Bring us your

for WE CAN SAVE YOU Washington, D. C.-On ac work.

Imperial Council of :Mystic TAX DEED NOTICE t

('., tickets will be sold May
just -
For Sale or Rent I fare for the
21 and 22 at one
I : \' To whom It may concern: Whereas, R. W.
has present d to me tax certificateNo.
Desirable residences and cottages trip, limited to May 27, .CO",sale of April, 1M#, covering the following
land In said county of Marion to wit:
in in different parts of the i'ANNUAL i Commencing:2318 chains north of IW corner
New Orleans La. On account section! 4, township H, south range 21 east,
I city, almost any size or style desired -I thence east 40 chains north sB/JJ! chains! ,west
Convention T. P. A. 40 chains,south Bl i&* chains, and upon said
for and will sell ,
rent on
VILLE certificate has demanded from me a tax deed r'
most advantageous terms. Have will be on sale May 19, 20 to said land.Therefore.
or take notice that after the expira-
to rent do 21, at one fare round trip, tion of thirty days from the date of thlanotice,
For you property or you unless you shall have redeemed said land in
desire to rent property? In either i A low to May 29, IDOO.Chatt.anoogaTennOn. accordance with law, it U my intention to ,. l
ma- Issue a tax deed U> the mid It. W. Fergusonfor
I has been account the said land in accordance with the provisions
of- case, apply to S. D. Moody incity I of chapter jljjllaws of Florida. DatedApril I
tickets !
building. on ; berland Presbyterian As- JM,1WM. S T.Circuit b1I11WSK.Clerk Court.,

with tickets will be sold May
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finest( fl HISTORY I OF FOUR YEARS Southern hours to 18, inclusive, at one fare TAX DEED APPLICATION I

trip, limited to May 26 Notice is hereby given that Malloy,West& s
in A file of the Amorioan Monthly It,'viewof class : Kelley have made application to the undersigned I
clerk circuit court for the issuance of a
"' Reviews,from August 1SOG' to For sale cheap. -Apply at this cfiicc. Mrs. C. E. Converse of Ocala wit: Northwest % of southeast}.,and north-
United east y of southwest,%Motion 10,township! 17,
Gilkie south range 22 east,and southwest *4 of eoulh I
her Ohio friends Mrs.
tibuled t west r',jectlon township 17, south range 22 ;
er Waukesha water, noted for its Miss Baum paid their Belle- east, and it is the intention of the undersigned '
way depot clerk to issue tax deed at the eapira-! ,:
purity, from Waukeslrt Springs, auditorium friends a visit: this week. lion of thirty in accordance days from with this, ThU unle lltii redeemed "I

Mich. The Anti-Monopoly day of April IV\ *). H.T. &IBTBCMC. -'
than any Fresh. fish, both mullet and Clerk Circuit Court.ADMINISTRATOR'S I'
store is selling ginger ale by the
fish, received every day,
glass or bottle made from pure NOTICE.
BIENNIAL on ice and delivered any- t
and Waukesha water.D. Ii William All creditors,legatees, distribute and all:
In the city by
and person having any claim or demands against/
the estate of the late Martha A.Jones dn-ea
A. and H A. Clark, turpen-
('d.are hereby notified to present the tame to
at tine distillers of M-irtel, were at A low D. M. Boney, at the Hole in estate the undersigned on or before a the* Hth administrator,day of May of, IfcUQ.said ',
the Montezuma yesterday. round trip. Wall, has a big trade on his Sheriff of Marion County and ex-cihtio ad
mlniatrator of bald estate. S-7-9 I
SOUND advice to those who ,,24, 25 5 cent cigar, "Dixie

have have kidney and bladder troubles -1 I Sep. ;5. : ." TAX DEED APPLICATIONNotice

is to take a safe sure medi- Ii i j operates \ troubles
For stomach or sum- is hereby given that F B.Turner haa
was 'FOLEY'S K CURE. I to made application to the undersigned clerk
cine like IDXEY
: complaints drink Waukesha circuit court for the i-suance of a tax deed on
i the following described land to wit: Northeast
time hours
It benefits the KIDNEYS.
; always I ale at the -Anti- Ionopoly i4 of nw Ji of sw !Ji section 9, to 17.south
Anti-Monopoly drugstore, Ocala, 'I! other line store. range 2tt eastalso; ; nw l/4 except sw U of nw'4
section! IS. tp 17.south range;21 east less west
the Fla. ient 'ofswt'N! of ne%of nw i4 and nw 4 If nw Ji,
I "D \Vitt's Little Early Risers north \\'i of ne *i of nw4 Section 18. tp 12,south
the Through range 21 east
Stove wood cut to length for the finest pills I ever used.D. ." It f is intention of the undersigned clerkto
cer' Cincinnati issue, tax deed to the said F.B.Turner nnles -
$1 per two-horse load. Free de J. Moore, Millbrook, Ala. 1 NY law 30 days from this date. ThU 24th day of
/ : (!:\yery. Seymour & Smith. Phone quickly cure all liver and April,Ww.\ 8.T &ISIBCSK.;
'Ira Clerk Circuit Court.
/'!j- troubles. Anti-Monopoly
) her
:: Nunnally's candies, always TAX DIED APPLICATIONNotice
: it re
; I fresh, and only 00 cents per is hereby given that Thomas Loeer
I The Three Step has made application to the undersigned clerk
pound, at Garrett & Gerig'sDrugstore. circuit court for the issuance of a tax deed on
im I
; cines at the following described land to wit: Southwest {
: 'The Latest Fad, by Nat D. of sw;..section 21, and north half of
I : Gerig's ow!(and ow;of ne j., section S>, township
; The stock of goods of Mixson) and all the late music. 17,south range 24 east and it U the Intentionof
the undersigned clerk to issue tax deed a
lung & Co., at Dunnellon, has been I I rar: tce o'-:> : ; : OCALA Music Co. eordingtolawwrthindays aforesaid antes the said land be from redeemed this

Drug- I sold at receiver's sale to J. L. I! .iYr:9t11rN 'Vcihu's.I I This 2l>t day of April,1WO. R.T. SlSTKt'XK.

i Wells & Co., of that place. ifuzTt"f. Wray, the tuner, at Clerk Circuit Court.

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-IN- Im14 / i__* % 'I I LI ADVERTISING MEDlUMMarion

County J..4 V P4A k A ) j j IN OCALA



Volume V OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1900 Number 280


OUR PUBLIC LIBRARYA .03.' IV. C. '1'. U.; :4
'. <- Selection
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> .f.' : !..LtJ .. ..-.; 5
-- ""' : 1 'r.;;': .t ( _. '...'. EDW ARDS BROS. .
'..;i/l... 't Fj_ The Woman's Christian Is at shoe store
Statement that Deserves Careful .t'tr', 'I' ... ... Tem- easy a carrying ,
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; ;1'!':: ,. :
> Union will hold its as nicely assorted stock
Consideration IVI': ';' J perance regular as

There is a good deal of public I I '" .-:"-'...,-._:..:, ''. "tl} "::--o:, ;! monthly meeting in the Methodist ve do. The style you want, the CITY MARKETTHE I

Ocala because ,. church tomorrow, Friday, durability) you want, the price
enterprise in !!
I'I 1 t.z: afternoon at 3:30.: All new mem- you can afford( to ply are all considered I
there i U a very good library: in --.or k LEADING WHOLESALE
(: bers, and everyone interested in and provided for before
two large and centrally located i fr3'wti 1

.. .. the temperance cause, are earnestly you come. AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
rooms. "
::1.' !-,...'\.. (::1. ." J..-!... requested to be present. Inventive genius and enterprise
This library has been established .:'" ....., ,. .. .,1):" ,. have made shoe .I
l and kept by private .,:\:'iJ... -. F. -:i.... 1 making an Western Meats Fish and Cedar "t -
open -. .i Key Oysters
".L .... .",;t ..
xact science
--' :.f.J_ .... __ -, and our acquaintance
contributions .ind entertainments ..-'-"""''=-''. ... .;;:;; Captain and Mrs. J. C. French Received bvery Day.
: with the best lines manufactured )
; of all kinds. It is undoubtedly a A MOST DELICIOUS DRINK of Spring Park, after spending I .1.,
. j enables us to select shoes
basis for a much larger one and Can be. had at my soda fountain. the season very pleasantly at i j that will give the satisfactory Choice Florida Meats Celery and All Other J
wearer -
should be incorporated so as to their winter home, will leave to- :
Pure, cold, sparkling sodawateris Vegetables I In Season
returns for the .
bo able to receive and use endow- not only delicious but a very morrow for their summer home price paid.J.

f ments and gifts of all kinds. healthful drink. It is not in in Worcester, Mass. Captain M. NEELY, FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108

Many ways can be devised for jurious like i icewater.T. French's departure is earlier than i :MERCHANTS' BLOCK, OCALA, FLA.

the support of such a useful medium W. TROXLER.. I it would have been but fur the I -
Established Jan. 17, J811' '-,
of information. fact that he has a sister on her The Star has heard it intimated -

1 will mention one of them. Idon't death bed. that Hon. W. K. Zewadskihas MUNROE AND CHAMBLISSBankers :
artisans of all kinds. They \ .

know whether there is a should be mace the best in the i been spoken of by a number

public school library. If there Dr. S. P. Eagleton operated on !
world. To do this you must placein of the leading: men of the state asa
is, it will not. interfere with this S. R. Dick on of Juliette this J
their hands, at home, the toolsof I probable candidate for attorney OCKi-H: : FLORIDA:
plan, and the supporters of the week for closing of the tear duct. '

two can join hands. If there is information. You must surround -i I Dr. Eagleton is a specialist: with .general. We'are certain of one Receive Deposits Have Money to Loan
them with these influencesto ,
not, then this plan will be the great ability on diseases: of the i thing, that should his name come TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
develop all those dormant
means of aiding the work of education mind forces in their possession.As eye. His field i is the state, and it i before the state convention the Small Accounts Receive the Same Attention as Large Ones

in the schools. to the child under twelve is only a matter of time when he I Marion county delegation will Support Your Home Bank.MRS.LT.TOMPKINS.

Children should have more will be known in Florida as wellas
years, many of those forces are give a hearty loyal sup
books than those they have at Dr. Calhoun is in Georgia.
dormant. As to those older, port.
school on the same subjects.

When they are studying geography many need stimulating into bet- I Do You Need an Electric Belt?
ter activity. Those forces must S.

they can very profitablyread be developed for usefulness. It is 1".7''I"f', ,/... 1.I't.'::!11,1..'.::<.' I 1,r"It'j.j...>.,Jl./,P;>. ,,,;l/J..J'.I/fh.'r/m/'''' ,-1' Dr. J. Newton Hathaway has ]

a history of each of the :"' -'I'," ',1./J,/. .I'Y: ."', /"I'"'t..1 11'1-1 Has Just Received and Opened
: !, '.. ,: ::1 f' .i perfected an electric belt whichhe
better for the community that ,0il, l 1,l{.I/t'IIi1.r "!I..'. 'i' -, f/1_, ./.' t'i"4".,' .'.".,ill
countries have lessons about. ? I' '"/ .. _/
w: I is prepared to furnish to allpatients
they be well developed along THE FINEST LINE OF
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Such reading could be as valuable who need it at nominal -
right lines. I Lh,.!,,";"1,;II"I.f"ifI".I", 1:!" ,:;"i.i".'Ii;'I,;.,':,,1,II L'n'' ,'Ii ",. ,,;. .1"" I ,
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the school lessons because '.1
as ''I charge. Write to J. Newton ,11
1 could say a good deal more /\:7,1 !'6. \ ttn.; .' '
they learn to acquire informationby on this subject. I have said g' ,' I)( b\.' \J' '" ''':;. '" :/ I Hathaway, M. D., 25 Bryan Fiencli Pattern Hats
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by comparison. enough to make a point for the '10)1., t "" "'J'ii'. /,, .1- .f ill street, Savannah Ga.
The same is true of history. .c...'- -" !'.!.;. ) ;
young men and women. 1:... ;<

Children should read should more than read When the people get ready to / 1!S t ; \ Rubber Tired BuggiesWe I EVER\ / BROUGHT/ TO OCALA

one history. They 1 W\ I
have a public library as above \ \ \ have -a stock of rubber
than kind of I
more one reading outlined, I will be ready with I I tired, ball bearing buggies and My stock of goods for Easter and the summer is the finest and

book. They should read about plenty of good logic and facts to Very Conspicuous.: I carriages, which we have just most complete in the city. An invitation to visit my store and

animals, birds, fishes, flowers, view the most exquisite French designs in art Is extended to the
show that it will
be in-
a paying addf to our complete and up-to-
Shoes are ladies of Ocala and Marlon
fruits, andall else wherein lies In- I county.
vestment from the start, and the date stock of buggies, ,
always conspicuous and it carriages S
formation to make a broad, uni- very Yours for and in millinery :
elegance style
more of it the better it will pros- wagons, harness, saddles, etc.
form brain development.This pays to wear good shoes. It paysto ,

library 10' Ocala should I per.My have your feet trimly dressed, STANDLEY, CRANFORD & Co. MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS
with children in
I experience if there is a hole in the inside of
have of basic
as one principles I
the school room causes me to express FRENG/1/ MILLINERY STORE
plenty of beoks of all authors these views. your glove. I A MAN

Southern as well as Northern We sell a shoe at $2 which we I
European as well as American think excellent for ordinary pur-
Under the BedWould
Ocala .
May 9,1900.When
We have them in ladies
upon all the natural sciences poses. PETER INGRAMMerchant's

moral shoes both high and low, black not create such excitement
arts, and religious an -

and tan, and in gents' also. Calfor I
science, and history. as the sight of our great
vici kid, lace or congress. Mercha.nt Tai10r
Upon this basis! I believe the I Needs assistance it may be best Give me a call at the old stand., display of bargains is creating.It .

people would support, by moder- to render it promptly, but one G. A. NASH- is causing great commotion

ate: tax, a library for the young should remember to use even the among buyers and consternation

people of Ocala. most perfect remedies only when The ostrich: farm at Jacksonville among jealous competitors. We Bank Building.

After a child is twelve years of needed. The best and most simple will send two exhibits of are not under the bea, but we are i .
and of Trous-
I have received a large nobby assortment
it can learn a good deal by and is the selling atUNDER
age gentle remedy birds north for the summer; one =
erings and Suitings suitable for the coming seasons at pricesto
reading useful books if it can only Syrup of Figs, manufactured by lot of twenty-five to Bass Point, BED ROCK PRICES suit all ta tes. '

procure them to read. One use- the California Fig Syrup Co. Mass.: and another lot of twenty-
Hence the rapture of buyersand I have added to my Tailoring Department a line of
ful book awaken the latent
may five to Saratoga. They will
the of Do Gents' SCAI FS and TIES will
roars competitors. Furnishings
forces in a child's mind that will I i
always act to the child's credit, Klein & Campbell prove these summer drawing resorts.attractions to I you want a little excitement? be a specialty, up-to-date styles. Gold Studs warranted for

to that of its parents and to the Have a complete stock of dry Take in our store. Can you keep twenty years, Collar Buttons and Sleeve Links. I carry a.

away from our prices? They good stock of Umbrellas at low prices.
state. notions shoes and clothing
goods, Working Night and Day
speak for themselves. Don't let
Them are in the Ocala childrenthe for men and women, and especially w
The busiest and mightiest little the sun go down without bring-
individual forces which make
lawyers, doctors, preachers, call the attention of the thing that ever was made is Dr. ing your five centses to our store The "0 It dAolJrF.lleAsRsK" Refrigerator

public to our clothing stock. King's New Life Pills. Every and putting us to the test.DON'T .
teachers, master mechanics, orators
We can satisfy you in goods and pill is a sugar-coated globule of SOLID OAK GOLDEN OAK FNSlVith or Without Wctcr Tank
statesmen: editors, authors, GO TO BED
We ask health, that changes weaknessinto tt'It'i; V.'iiit F.nam-i-I Provision; Cha.nher. With Xickcloid Provision Chamber.
------ --- ---'--'------ prices. respectfully an And dream of coming tomorrow. With White Enameled 1'nw.u.n Chamber and Tun. Wits Nickcioid; 1'rovuion ClumUr: and faoi.
strength, listnessness .into
L 1i i =. inspection of our stock. We will into mental Tomorrow the bargain birds may
I'll : energy, brain-fag --
c 111111': ; \\ !! do the rest. be all flown away and leave you s rA AwrF 1 Me"slIs""ls: the'only re
li J fgut i1 1.. i Ilk power. They're wonderful in 3f ;{ L= ., The 'wtl Aerator that
I empty come
l .., the health. 23 Fresh odd
II building up r I will keep food free from contamination.
pI iu 71f
it I/I; I I 1 I "'rr.iiul, ":;-,_,-a, '.;, cents per box. Sold by Garrett. day. Come early Bring your i ._ cI i f., r
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l I .
....I \1 \....V.... 1} ly''I..r: 1,, d'V a Running Sore & GerIg, Ocala. neighbor. Do somebody a good .=-s' odorous fruits and provisions, as invariably occurs '
( \\ : I I'l': turn and put him or her on the with other so-called refrigerators.;
( 1 1 I':: "I had a bad running sore on
t I 111 !', track of an opportunity as rare as '
[ '- 1 I is built
my breast for over a year, says h I ca fTl\K d"olr,..I"'e'sls" strictly
) ; ShOW in July. The / upon scientificr
Henry R. Richards of Willsey-
l4' : 0'' Our stock consists of dry + i 4 "f principles, and consequently i U a Scientific Preserver -
J }11 ville, N. Y., "and tried a great r
@JJ I goods, clothing and shoes, ladies' 1 f r of Food. The circulation of air i k so perfectly -
/" r i Ii manv remedies, but got no relief! 11 I arranged that odors are carried off and out
.1 t IJ... I tt. r and gents' furnishings a specialty.
j'!' '"--.-.t..,..": II I IS until 1 used BANKER SALVE. I and do not come in contact with the ice a!* in all '
\:: Special bargains in gents'
El!1.. I J ,: ;; After using one half box, 1 was LtFri >, y "t -: other

"'1"/" C.r..'.,:lICE :'.::" -.4,..", '.' perfectly cured. 1 cannot recommend RfJ-T straw hats and ladies' pique skirts Refrigerator.f

c. .7 / for the next ten days. yon art in need ef a Refrigerator,or if yours h nil and uuatitfartorY,eaKanJtft f four
it too highly, and will stack of The"Odorless tven iJ'oJ"not tare to buy now it will interest you, i
Come straight to <& <
CREAM be without it the house." .tIU..AACTIIIED
never in
In large or small quantities for 25 South Magnolia street.

the entertainment of many poo- Fla. Mrs. Hick's old stand. EAST FLORIDA ICE MANUFACTURING\ COMPANY}.t (Ocala, Fla.) AGENTS ;

pie or the pleasure of an individ- Franklin TypewritersThis Cam' aaRr

ual. olllce has an agency for The easiest aud most effective YONGE AND FRASIER

And there is no uncertaintyabout the Franklin typewriter, and THE BEST SERVICEAnd method of purifying the blood

its quality. It is the best will sell them on very liberal and invigorating the system is to :, ELECTRICAL AND BICYCLESUPPLIES
the finest food in the city i (to be
that can be produced by skilled terms. Call and see the machine. had at the I take DeWitt's Little Early Risers .l

hands from fresh, pure and rich It is one of the best made; simple, RAILROAD RESTAURANTEvery i the famous little pills for

country cream and high grapefruit : durable and rapid in its work. I cleansing the liver and bowels. All Kinds of Repair Work Done

flavors. seasonable dainty is <\n the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.C r Promptly .

bill of fare. TheRoast1and S'eaks Chops
We serve pure fruit iUvors Wray, the tuner, at Wtihe's. OLIVE, ORIENT, LITTLE JOE
other dishes are of fine flavor and
from our fountain. All of the C.A..S "XI a.I A.. AND ELFIN
satisfying substance. Newhere else Pears Kind Y&'J' Ha'.B AlMB Ba I'Jgra JUVENILEWHEELSMontezuma

latest drinks. BANNER SALVE, I can you dine so well for : .rkh6 # _

DAME, THE CREAM MAX. : the most healing salve In the world. 50 Cents of Block Ocala, Florida."I

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