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 Only! Daily Paper in Ocala west end of Rabbi David Klein,528 E. Main street,! victim wonders why he should be BO
I licly I sympathized with Payne, Columbus, 0., writes the following to'i' weak: why his food gives him no CARPENTER AND BUILDER'j

E Dr.Ilartman in regard to Pe-ru-na: "It strength, why hu blood should be so
BITTINQER AND COMPANY date for the ) ., i is a candidate, but Irvine's ] Careful estimates made on all contract work.
. affords me great pleasure to testify to I Jiivps more and better worK for the money
Proprietors and Publishers Millennia :\ was that "each man show the curative merits of your medicine. th.n.Mr.. Alex. Carter of Van Rarcn, CarterCo. I than any other man in town. 1

and has by band." i Pe-ru-na: is a well-tried and widely ., Mo., say: "I had Leen troubled f i ----- ----

? C. L. BITTINGER, denial rnad n it was that Payne with- used remedy. Especially as a specificfor wi'h dyspepsia and indigestion! : since, L. WALTER DUKES
catarrh of the it cannot be .'. The
'j, stomach, IS; bcstph3-sicians.nthecountry
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among his excelled. Pe-ru-na will do all that is could do no go'jd. he Broadway Tailor

R. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR quaintances: wanted to know about claimed for it." I visited the ,

i I can be proud voting power when half the Mallanphy: hospital SUITS TO ORDER
Entered at the Ocala pontvitiic alt -coad class in St. Louis {
matter Mr. Miller a.tion was absent. and received no .i r *rom $12.50 Up

a resolution passed, benefit. The at- /'p4ra
$3 Pants a Specialty
each full vote tending jiliy.-i- ,
precinct a
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The jpUwinann E-liturial every way r cian told me I Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing Neatly
if of the
part delega-
exacting had f
narrowing b i r Done

Our esteems,l ,' rit wporary, comparison was absent. the outlet of the ;:':'f' Corner Brcadwaj an] Oraogi Streets
stomach and the i
the "Ocala Editor," in hb double for the same S. Light of Reddick, who re ,
only remedy was P. O. Address, Box 184:
leads 1 edit.iri.Ll on the last Siturttej aspirant has to the good old demo to have it cutout, I

'a primaries, and thy Hon. :iahatncd of. fold from populism, was which I refused to have done. I then I

Wlll1 Kosciusko Zr.vacUki I b monstrated with tremendous ap- visited West BaJen, Ind.; Las Vegas I r"':
; m !
Hot New Mexico
Springs, Sweet
I not :.s.. jnui'h a Gethsumnuuvuii! ness ability by when Mclver said he was Springs: Mo, and ltloni1\.Ju,Col. I also a' a

f for tii-3 tfuriiluuian from Marion, ner in which ) to welcome him into the took a great many different kinds of ft

and of medicine recommended for dyspepsia,
; as its or his own blighted important } narrow path pu
( but found no relief. Last February I
' hope and spilt milk, as a delegate tions for politics. read a testimonial for IVru-na in the ; Dyspepsia Cure

t ,t) thy convention today.: elf, and the a little more parliamen- Central liuptist that suited my case andI I

'st .ls skirmishing a vote ta determined at once to try it. I have
The in questi.m contain can r : was Digests what eat.
taken two 'bottles of l'e-ru-no. and four II
; tic Same tainted: milk odoras or business of on Irvine's amendment, of Man-a-lin: and I fl'c1like: a new man. It art!facially digests tile food and aids

duall his lamentation: when may he was adopted by 32 to 11, 1, j / None of my friends believed I would get t, Nature in strengthening and recent -
the exhausted digestive or
or '! : nominations from the well. I would not take any money for
thin, :>: pjlitical don't go the t gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
-ni<)tlc editor's Oh careful, and a ballot by roll call. the good your remedies have done me" I ant and tonic. No other preparation
pess way. In catarrh of tho stomach, as wellas : can approach it in efficiency. It instantly .
for t' .. gift to see as others do. f'XfClJt fnMOZLEY'S motion of Long the number Rabbi David Klein. in catarrh of any other part of the relieves and permanently cures

Eh. was made eighteen, People afllicted with catarrh of the body,Pe-ru-na is the remedy. As it has I Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
stomach complain of lassitude, all-tired- often been said, if Pe-ru-na will cure I Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
vote each but before
'tlillions (linn ; out feelings, their blood becomes thin, catarrh of one part,it will care catarrhof ; Sick Headache,6astralgiaCramp3 and
AwayV REGULATES was carried Carney inter nervous system deranged, food seems to any other part of the b;..dy. l all otherresultsof imperfect digestion.

,' to ttepub' with a which do them no good, continuous and increasing "Summ-r r.itarrh" sent free P Price 50e.a nd1. Large; size contains SV4 times
('rtulIl.gratif,} ing BOWELS suggestion, by small size.Book all a.boutdyspersla mulled tree
'", ; o know of ono concern in to the t-lfect that money in weal ness. The unfortunate runa.lJrutllt; ; Co.,Columbus, O. I Prepared by E. C.DeWIT7 4 CO Chicago.AntiMonopoly

tho l land who are not afraid to For hands of the county executive __ __ n_ Drugstore_ __ Ocala, Fla._
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be generous to the nerdy and and malaria. be used to pay the
sutfcrjn The proprietors of Dr. FOP of the county delegates to
headache., SWEET CREAM FOR SALt />mit may concern: Whereas, R. W.
King's New Discovery J i for Consumption vous conventions. He said that Ferguson has onwnti d to me tax certificateNo.
For .607.gale of April 4. IMis covering the following -
Coughs and Colds: have people rode on and
passes ) land in said county of Marion to wit:

given away over ten million trial heart failure : people had to pay their Parties desiring Sweet, Pure Cream should address (K-cuon Commencing i, township..'chains* it, south north range of aw 21 corner east,

tration. hence their slim thence) east 40 chains. north 23.58 chains west
bottles of this great medicine, attend- 40chains.gouth i358! chains, and upon said

and have the satisfaction of know- For fever, certificate said land.has demanded from me a tax deedto

ing it has absolutely cured thousands kidney ( Bullock HERMITAGE( DAIRYSweet Therefore, take notice that after the eipira
tion of this ty days from the date of this notice,
of hopeless Asthma E'lxir.' \ml'sstJu! shad have redeemed said land in
cases are $56 in the hands of the accordance with law it is my intention to
Bronchitis Hoarseness and all Ladies, tor issue a tax deed to the paid R. \V. Fergusonfor
of the
county executive Milk Delivered Every Day- the said land in accordance with the provisions
diseases of the Throat, Chest and ough organic I but on whi se author- of chapter 4671, laws of Florida. Dated
April 2R: 1W.' S. T. SISTKUNK
Lungs are surely cured by it. Lemon Elixir. is he to pay out this money. TYLER Clerk Circuit Court.
CEO. B. Box 821. caIaFa!
Call OD Garrett & Gerig Ocala 50 cents and ,
Long contended that the ex TAX DEED APPLICATION

and get a 10 cent trial bottle. gists.
committee controlled this -
Notice Is hereby given that Malloy,West &
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Regular! size 50 cents and $1. Prepared: hence it could not be divided Hjrm-d Kelley clerk have circuit made court application for the to issuance the under.of a

Every bottle guaranteed or price Icy, Atlanta, tux dt'f'flun the following described
suggested. Benjamin wit: Northwest ){ of southeast J{ and north-
refunded._ the of order that Ail our Patrons east 1, of s.Uthwe,ii section township 17,
point south range t!i east,and southwest*$of southwest *
y,section27! township 17,south 22!
not in order and the
Hoys' Suits!l } was east, and it is the intention of the undersigned -
sustained it but not until I clerk to issue tax deed at the expiration
Dr. H. Are of from this unless
Klein & Campbell have just .7X'f' Delighted'Vith thirty days date redeemed -
offered amendment to in accordance with law. This Uth
Since an an
received a nice line of well made using day of April,1t14!(}0. S.T. SISTBUNK
the nine Clerk Circuit Court. .
L have delegation only
and serviceable boys' suits from the rich flavor, tenderness succulence and general
of those that he was opposed to tax-I
3 to 8 years: that are going at and thank anybody for paying another I I high grade excellence of my 1 prime meats, and all mycustomers .<>ADMISISTRATOK'S NOTICE.

75 cents a suit. are connoisseurs in steaks, chops and roasts. All creditors, legatees distributees and all
List found a fare to any convention. persons having any claim or demands againstthe
estate of the late Martha A. Jones, deceased -
cure those second. ,are hereby notified to present the same to
The Most Stubborn Coughs It Ik; undersigned! as administrator of saId
MRS. vote on the number of dele-I is Gratifying estate on or ,before the 11th,day of May,1900.
resulting from an attack of la I. PEnnY II. NtGEXT
.. Parkersburg was then taken, making it. Sheriff' of Marion County and ex-officio administrator
grippe or heavy colds, must yieldto Only two dissenting votes. To know that my efforts to' cater to the tables of the of said estate. if-7-9

the wonderful healing properties :MOZLEY'S until 2 p. m. for din critical is successful, and, as I am an expert judge of f

of FOLEY'S HONEY AND meats, I will serve the hest in the land at the most TAX DKKD APPLICATION

TAR, which strengthens the I suffered Notice ia hereby given that F B.Turner has
AFTERNOON reasonable prices. made appli'-u'ion( to the undersigned clerk
lun, ; and makes them sound. dysentery for circuit court for the issuance of a tax deed on '
the following described land to wit: North.
FnL-Monopoly drugstore, Ocala, I heard of ; ; motion of McLeod the T. W. DAVIS CITY MARKET east. of nw Yi of KW !YA section 0, tp 17,south
Ala. range :.*east; also nw y4 except sw\\i of nw%
taken seven appointed a committee of section is, tp 17.south range 21 east less west
t y ot few y of ne y of nw !J4 and nw}{of nw%,
To the Public a well man. to prepare: resolutions. The -- -?' i north Jiof ne ,.of nw, section 18. tp 12,south
21 ellot.
range !
No. 1734 were McLeod, Wartmann, it is the intention of the undersigned clerk
Why continue to pay CO cents to issue: tax deed to the said F.. 11.Turner unless
Hirmin Hocker, Irvine and Stro- N i I said land},; are redeemed 88 required by
per pound for candy when you DCAlA CL lavvWdiys: from this date. This 24th day of
April,19W.!( S.' T. SISTECSK
can got package candy, Shraft'sgoods Clerk Circuit Court.
MOZLEY'S were then in or-
none better made, guar- .

anteed fresh for 50 cents Cured TAX DEED APPLICATIONNotice
per ray omlDees for delegates to Is at all times prepared to furnish roughor -
pound. DAME, attlicted for is hereby Driven, that Thomas Loeser
convention as made from t has made application to the underslgnedclerkcircuit
THE CANDY AND CREAM MAN. ulcers on his planed lumber in quantity t desired court fur the ift uance of a tax deed onI
floor: W. E. Allen, C. 15. any | the following described land to wit: South-
after using ; weft }4 of bW 14.section 21 I, and north half of
Robert Bullock, Maurice nw h and II\\ ;jjof ne %, section 25, township
A iiiSTORY OF FOUR YEARS cured a friend INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTY 17,south range-JA! east,and It is the intention
Allen Gibson, Albert of the undersigned clerk to issue tax deed as
had given up aforesaid unless the said land be redeemed ac
A file )f the American Monthly Review D. E. Mclver, William cordingtolawwthin'3tldays from this date.
suffered[ for If in need of anything in our line write to or rail on us. Factory opposite This let! day 6f April, \ I
of Rev tows,from August IfW) to date. ISXXJ.K.
Carlos L. Sistrunk, Ed Plant System depot. Mill near Montague. T. BloTEC.SK:,
For sule: cheap. A pply at this office. tion :and Clerk Circuit Court.
W. K. Zewadski i, S. I

Dillard, C. M. Brown, E. C. TAX DKKD: APPLICATION
Three Step Woodstock, OCALA LUMBER COMPANY
F. A. Teague, W. F. Notice is hereby given that Chas. W. White
has made application to the undersigned! clerk)
Tb > Latest Fad, by Nat D. John L. Graham, M. L. Ocala Florida] circuit court for the issuance of a tax deed on
A Telephone 69! the fual..uing\ dfbcnbed land to wit: UndUided
Mann, and all the late music. L W. Baldwin, D. L > half interest in 6% chains north and
.- south by :${}chains east and west in northwest
OCALA Music Co. For nervous Ben R. Blitch, Hal G. -- I ("Urnl'r"CUIIII L*>. townt-hipl, south range 22.ea .
I ,.t. lot-2.! block 4; J. A Harris plat,Citra,tp
indigestion, leton, W. J. Edwards, Otto 12. range 22 > feet east and wet Ly M feet'north
DR. B HOFFEITS fl Aiia'slrliBt! *Ifc DigestifTilly ,
and s' uth in houthv eet corner of block.:
"I !'ad stomach trouble twenty stipa ion (of D. H. Irvine, Dr. D. A. tl C3:+e!$, 6.J.\; Ilirriat.] .Citra. tp 12, range 22, lot 4t
block! I. Stfel'.i addition Ultra, tp2!, range 22fc ",
yeat.j mdgaveup hope of being, great sutr ) A. C. White, Dr. T. J. E E ill StKnstSns he Ch ill, lot 4, Mock! J, hteei'u addition Citra, lp 12,
found aA : L1M {E H* HakcJ Tething. Ens' range ; lot 4. blockK, Steel's) addition Ultra,. .
curtJ: 'all 1 began to use Kodol a me L. L. Meggs. :; ,Wl tn 12.: range >. It is< the intention of the under -
+ F1 (Teething Powden) jLM-TECTHNAR'nevesthe3owd! i igned clerk to issue tax deed to the said
Dysi.ia! : Cure. It has done me such p'easant following persons declined: u'r 4 6 Troubles of ChKdren of I White, unless the said lands are redeemed toaceor.tance

so P vU: good I call it the saviorof invent: relief W. J. Chambers, W. ,A Costs only 25 cents 2t Druggists, ANY, AOL this d
In" J life," writes w. R. Wilkinson L+linori Elixir.J. Bullock and Alfred Ayer. +- 't Orman25centsteC.J.M0FEETT, M. D., ST.LCU1SMOr Clerk. T.Circuit MSTKCXK Court.

A bany, 'IVnn. It digests P. .\ : were then closed .

what you eat. Anti-Monopoly Pu thirty minutes were given for -

Dru.ore.; "

Li Juice and Pepsin, the WANTED character-to are the delegates to The Bailey-Lebby Company ,.. cuii 1 k : ) 'I t I I t I

new :uk at Garrett & Geng's congressional convention: i .y. < :'
old established I r 0s
four, i. It is palatable, and ing house. E. Allen, R. Bullock, M. .i!
aidse tlOn. CHARLESTON S. C. !
a year Wartmann, A.Gibson, I '. ,
Scuace has found that rheumatism experience r\' Mclver, William Hocker, I ;

('hm; ,cll. Sistrunk, S. N. Dillard i,, i..
is caused by uric acid in the I & SuppHesIron
Machinery !
blood. This poison should he I I stamped AND: \'{' C. McLeod, B. R. Blitch, C. .: i;

excreted by the kidneys. No i! Brown, Otto Mente, M. L. i
Dearborn St., Pipe, Brass Goods, Fittings, Nails, Belting, Injectors, Shovels, Picks, I
rheumatism with healthy kid- {', F. A. Teague, H. E. Wheelbarrows and Link Belting.

neys. FoLEVS KIDNEY CURE Buy your W. J. Edwards, Alf y

always makes them well. AntiMonopoly over tee /,:ices Quoted on All Kinds of Machir.ery or Uther Supplies .JDugglsts

drugstore, Ocala, Fla. Jessie IaU! medi- Contracts taken for the erection of plants, for putting up machinery of LIFPMAH BROS., Proprietors.

Mclver & Mac Lay have just office in the money on patent all kinds, or for repairing any kind of machinery, engines or boilers, by a Lippman'j; Block. SAVANNAH VL ,.
by buying of Garrett &
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala
received l, and have displayed: in cI.; competent machinist, who will be supplied on short notice.G. .

their furniture store, a most J\2.lS! \ the : ; \ !: Wake Wells, Agent, Ocala, Fla. Foley's Kidney Cure i:;
handsome line of refrigerators S.g1lhn paper and papering. R. .
and ice chests of all sizes. i of : Hall. Office in A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store. makes kidneys! and bladder right.

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YF Yr f .. i.i. '.. -- .> _:__' : :. ,,"- THE POPULIST NOMINEES McIVEI & MacKAY

Bryan and Towne-Barter. and Dou.

, .mmnxmmmmaummunnnmxxnmxwwxxxxwl.. nelly The loading Central Florida

t At Sioux! Falls, la., Friday, Furniture and House Furnishing] Dealers.

l the fusionist ''pops named Bryanfor

( ) president, and after a strenuous The largest and most complete brand new stock of Furniture in
, ,.. For Infants and Children
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a :" war of words, Towne ot Minnesota suites from the cheapest] to 1 the most expensive. Iron, brass

: : The Kind You Have was named for vice presI- trimmed beds. Mattresses of all } ;
cS1A: dent, as many wanted the ques i :111(5. Springs, any pri c.

: tion left open to consult with the

.. ..., ,, ... Always Bought l
n. I democrats at Kansas City, so GREAT ASSORTMENT OF f mAI llNuS

&lration fer
As r
j cdab1e Prep& that the same grievous error of

talillg tkFoodandRegulating I 1896 could be avoided. in all grades Rugs and Portieres. Ilalil: ::ulne Pictures ; Picture Moldings, hundreds of
the Stoiuads andl3owels of Bears theSignature
ting Essence of principles and plat- designs. Side Boards ; Chairs, }beautiful willow dining and office. Office Desks, thrde

1 1 1 1 form: Congratulate Its adber- sizes. Baby Carriages and Go-Carts. In fact, anything in Furniture. We have three -

.l .L ents on the wide extension of big floors filled with Furniture. We !have all kinds of Upholstering' Mattress Making, ,

Promotes Di eslionClieerfu1nessandflcst.Contains their principles. Denounce the Picture Framing, Etc. done by skilled workmen.Buggies9.

J. neither of republican money act of March
A O mMorphine nor Mineral.
.. oTNMICOTIC 14, 1900. namely: making gold Wagons Harness; EiT*

... the single standard of value. De- IbaiXnWe .

nounce the re-issuance of new

keiouzrcliaazrI9lJn bonds to take up old ones. Reaffirmed have the only up-to-date stock of Wagon?, Buggies and Supplies for same, Harness,

1 .,auutSJt it* Sttl" 16 to 1. Graduated income Saddles, Robes, Etc. in town. Builders' Material of all kinds. Wall Paper, Paints

Mix H ( SetJ .,- 1Itq I and inheritance tax. For and Oils. Complete Undertakers': and Embalmers' Department entirely separate.

:tTW11t, Write or call on .
!n 4 kJs original homestead policy; postalsavings
11.Jmlflnril -
d Sonar banks direct ]
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Juk'jy/ww tlanr. I Use reaffirmation of the Declarction Mclver and acKay

for Constipa1Perfectfcmcdy of Independence. Against mIli-
tion, Sour StoiMch.Diarrhoca, "

.Convulsions.Fcvcrish-- F 0 tarism and imperialism. OCALA FLORIDA
ncss and LOSS OF SLEEK or ver Against "an infamous permit

Facsimile Signature.. of -system" per federal interference, THE PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHING l 1

as among the miners in Idaho.
qtr Thirty ------

NEW YORK.f Ownership of public utilities, etc. talented needlewomen as well, I:j

At Cincinnati, 0., the middle- and rarely or never puts on a I I
What is this lan Good For?
of-the-roaders; named Wharton bonnet until it has been practically >
e r ,
Barker, editor of the Common- re-modeled by her own deft
wealth, for president and Ignatius fln ers. Indeed, in the days before As He Is-NOTHING !
XACT copypr wRAPaeo..i .
Donnelly of Minnesota for
when her

.,'"_.".__ ,_" '! : ":: "I/: .l" '''-- '--: THC' _' CENTAUR- .COMPANY. -- .t ..NCW... .YORK. CITY.-. .. vice president.At f ether was marriage one of the, most impecunious y-d!{ I t & He might be-MUCH !
one time it looked as thoughthe royalties in Europe,
would from Barker'sgrasp 1 ( He is a nervous wreck. His life if
-,.. -. -- --- .- prize slip she and her sisteis-one of whomis ,a -'Q. ,; a burden to himself,!and his presence '
J! as the vote was turningon the Dowager Empress ot Rus I$ ,"J 1'f. 1' 2'" a dread to his family! and friends.
ex-Congressman Howard of fi. "fJ.i 1; y II>3 irritability is raining
sia-made all of their own cloths .
Wt ()jlf 't. ; tfggZ* his business, and his con-
Alabama, but the latter protestedand hats and frocks included. The __ N;,;lti [j tr.1l'f5i: rh ; rV etantly increasing miseries,

said it to Barker -.::, 'i \. real and imaginary, arc
of Holland too has
Queen .
Vital.jllaue1sfflDirect'tl a --------z." < :'1. driving him into the .

and it went. penchant for millinery, and has It; / .....;; grave. This unhappymanisonlyoneoj
Their platform embodied the ,; : ,
in her own royal residence an a million in America

"initiative and referendum;" pub apartment devoted exclusively to If there were no re-

." by a scientific trainiiiR of the mind, Is the power I use in curing my lic ownership of public utilities, the creation of her headgear, all lief for they their might condition in

patients of all known diseases, without the use of drugs or surgical instru- and a scientific
paper money, of which is made after her own I.. deed pray for death.

ments. based on the wealth of the nation designs. --'- ,. But Nervousness and
in sufficient to do '
quantities are vanishing before
Among/ the many diseases I am treating successfully. are Rheumatism, the business of the land, with Cured a Running Some t't the marvelous work

Constipation, Diarrhea, Pulmonary Troubles, Urethral! Stricture. Piles Malig sold and silver on an equal foot- i "I had a bad running sore on :. r of advanced science.

nant Growths Sexual Disorders. Neuralgia Paralysis, Female Troubles, Dyspepsia "
ing. Graduation income and in- my breast for over a year, says P. P. P.
Impaired Memory Deafness Nervous Prostration, Morbid Fear of
heritance tax, and the election of Henry R. Richards of \Vlllse '-
Disease Liquor, Morphine and Tobacco Habits. (Irfippman'8 Great Remedy) overcomes at once the acute symptoms of
officers of the United States, fed ville, N. Y., "and tried a great every form of Nervous Derangement, and soon makes the patient robust

I AM A SPECIALIST IN KIDNEY TROUBLES. eral judges and U. S. Senators many remedies, but got no reiff) and ambition P. P. P. is the beet combination of green roots and
barks that was ever put together for the cure of Weakness, General
I will make a reasonable price to cure any disease. Full pay if cured. : by direct vote of the people.If until 1 used BANNER SALVE. Debility and Nervousness It is a good tonic and the best Blood Purifier

Half pay if effectually relieved. No pay if no lelief. numbers count, then Cincinnati After using one half box, I was in the worli. P. P. P. is Nature's specific for Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, .
I' Catairh, Malaria and all fcrnu of Blood Poison and Scrofula, whether
ALL DISEASES TREATED WITHOUT EXPOSURE. had the most delegates.At perfectly cured. I cannot recommend in adults or children.
both conventions Kansas it too highly, and will e I'. P. P. is sold by all druggists-i a bottle; six bottles, $g. '

1 teach others the art of Magnetic Healing. Price $10.00. Success guaranteed and Colorado women delegatescut never be without it in the house." Lippman Brothers. pgoPd1TOR3 LIPPMAN. ,BLACK, Savannah, Ca.
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or money refunded.It a big swath. Anti-Monopoly drugstore, Ocala,
is possible for me to treat all disease successfully by absent treatment. Sold AntiMonpoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.
All around, it was a big day Fla. .. .
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Price of absent treatment $1.00 per month always in advance. For further

paz ticulars call on or address me. Consultation free. for divided populists. RestaurantRestaurant

Office over U. E. Yonge & Co.'s store. Hours, 8 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 2 p. m.GEn. Florida Central &
and lunch counter.
Brave Men Fall -
P. E. HAKT, Magnetic ell Cl. Meals and lunches at all hours. "'
Victims to stomach liver and Peninsular R. R.
Special rates to weekly board(,. .
Oea1a, F1a kidney troubles as well as women Also city dray furnished when 4 TiaGTable Effective! November 19th, 1899. ;

and all feel the results in ... .. t.
desired. ,. .
.-'.!.!.w. %). 10 I 14 I I :::;: 3.r: D.: 8 13 I U
loss of in the 1-
appetite, poisons and wife : : 1- .
Tompkins propri- y.- .. rani hGJlat( / ......... ........
FURNITURE AT COST blood, backache, nervousness, etors, 49 South Magnolia street.or :: Fart'iy.&.c..a. ;:" ">+ 4.aiii,. I"Plli ........ i.vr.Ii... resala... 1I'.am 81'1m BtWpm850pm 92tlUm 725amUS .745pm. ....
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Itadeti JAr m'UJlpm .
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y : rJ..cJ'.n
; 95trala
headache and tired, listless, run- .. ... .. u..hnl am
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box Ocala Fla 1 I";
postoffice 862! Wiid.vood. r-vrtn' ; .am --- - I --
>a1111..... ......,........ lOUaraUl&am III/pIa
down feeling. But there's no Lv.. S% IH1: r p'v, .. ........ ........ : Bauem
.. u.c.' ...... 8-"alb BfYTmJ:: LakeCity .. ....... ........ 1126am 93'Vm:
:For 60 Days need to feel like that. Listen to AII'Jl'ka| .. olaii'/ : i 4Jj1m: ........ .. Live Oak.. ........ ........ 12 18pm IOtJpm
.Ar'1aates.... "au'NJ1I1.rll. ........ .. Madivm., ......... ........ 11\fpm\ 28O&m
J.V.. Gardner, Idaville, Ind. He CASTORIAFor ? I Lv. Ta\ared 94ham 94upmiloJl' ........... ..Ion1i"Jo! ......... ......... 320pm525pm A''IA
a Iteburg. .01aam! 105tMm; ........ :a'l :;=es... ........ ....... Alaspm UU&m
says: "Electric Bitters are just Children. Ar 15 ildwad..1U: 4Jau : ''tn :..:..:..:.:.: (Z ilncy ... ......... ......... 4 at;pm: 8 25am
We will sell our New Furniture at Lost, to make room Infants and L' : USjam 1 ,....,.. ...... ." LhcrJ'ti'jD ......... ......... 4L'&m
the thing for a man when he is liCevltw..i112'au.: : liJi.nm....... ........ -- ---:-
for Several Carloads of goods just purchased, for which we The Kind You Have Always Bought .... cIla.. : .. ... .fie lan.; 2 ;ata ........ ....... r.v li.idwin.. '0(If tam ........ ........
all run down, and don't care 1..' : .., .. .. ........ ........ ..
I .ln'r: Sp'1g Ar Sfaike.... 1051Fam 10((17pmU ...,... ........
have no room. Following are some of the goods which will .. ( H awl h rlrne. 125iptr; 417ara........ .. .. Waldo..... 112am I 41pm ......." ........
whether he lives dies. It did i .
or Bears the tP'Signature J.r'Valo] ...... 127i.ii 5(Zaa ... .....
positively be sold at cost : of J'IfEJ+- .4- )-a'lvYin! 31'.)pu 700am.. -
more to give me new strengthand to Ja'k-onvle 35ipu 15.3111ji.

Handsome Bedroom Suites Sideboards, Chiffoniers, good appetite than anythingI IS IS .

Mattresses finest line in the could take. I can now eat anything -.
Lounges [ ] -
country Fifty cents will stop your having Lv c..l r K y.f 7 1'a.n ... -
Toilet Sets the beautiful in and and have a new lease on Ar'her.. :11:>loan 315pm. ........ LvVTa'do .1130aml.'Olpm: 510am' 200pm ........
[ most town] ...
many chills and fever. You ask, :.a::. ":e.......lUS.a"': ; 44.Ipm.''12??pm ........ rCair :TiUa... 445am: 2JJpm: ........
other articles. life." Only 50 cents at Garrett Ar\> :l1flpu: sup Utvm......... .. Archer ... ......... 900am 315pm ........
how Because it will buy one bottle L.WIII.Io. ... '-47pn \fsaa .......-. ........ OeiarKey ...... .......J I :) r" ........
& Gerig's Drugstore, Ocala. ". Maik ....., 2151,l, 53'am ....... ....... .f" WaUuAr --.. .-. 114Sam- lOoOpm1135pm-- -......... -.......,
Remember, we also' have a complete line of bottle of Garrett's Chill Tonic Jar Baldwin.... lOpn i W.lIn:.:..:...:.. Hawthorne 12 1.3pm ....,... ........
Every guaranteed.To nlh'erJn:: .. ... ......... ....... ........
Garrett & Gerig's Drugstore. 3 1 21" Caa .. .. 140pm lloam........ ........
Second Hand Furnitureand I 1St.1'evie' +' 2(1pm 1 Jtam ...,.... ....._
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McIver & MacKay have just '4tldwanl ij2J1m 2um -
that ::::
of : 1lllpmIJ2: aDl
large L r
v ,
army persons ( ,1iney..I..... ......12tpm! )12O1pmILvWildwaa; 2 4'pmSJifepm 32f1am ..... ........
come to us to save money. We will positively do who fondly imagine that women received and have attractively I .. ':). : .._ ... .... U.m;. 3 *pm'Ar'"'ckhnrg.... 311Jpm 4 gam1., ..... ........
It 3untiteiio. ....... ...... 1.'-'pm 4 A"-JpID I| TavaJ"f'j .... : 5:21!jam ........ ......
as we say. -. of royal blood live indolent lives displayed one of the handsomest .. 33tslai: ..,..n.... ...... ... 34'pm: 8.jpm.Lv Tavar .... S:>pm424pm 54.:am ........ ........
T II .. ...... : :y 4 8:.'; Ar AK.rka.... 7(/Jam .............. .
PlTTMAX & I line of hammocks in Live Oak. am 42pm ; pna| .. "
11 C XTYUE. of luxury and pleasure, it may ever seen I..k.-('ity .. ..... lam 525pnjAKirn' 'l C:.;:. .. 5Urn; 82uam ........ ........
the city. llcCnny.. .......... qam!! 8J1pin: 11am1, WltI'. rP'rk52pm .:..:.:.:::.: .:.:.:=.::::
.. prove interesting to know that Arrr 1 a.i.A in .. .. .... i"bm ..': !: Lv \\' riW"JlJL. 23'pin 2am ....... ........ '

-- with few exceptions all the royal New Through Car Line Ar :raiiwin...:..:..::_,$....I I shpt.:.JJllp! ; 4.iI1l'l 1,81:1!,. f4npm i":5 ;52a.ii 31amArIh- : Plant: iedty.City....1 ;J 4 Auptn 44pm 42am.: ...............................
Colored llostauraut Employment Agency -e-::;.'+i n3 ..1! :):"1.. : i:u', \. ,..1,111// 93a.m1! ?z=;i. 5 Sir JIM : .................. _,
women of Europe are thoroughly Commencing May 10, sleepers) '11.E A! .. :tntay.No. .
The Ocala Employment Agencyhas Pullrnan Car Tampa to New Yort. via Jif-ksonrille. >
14. Through
verged domestic and
:: in science, on trains 33 and 34, via F. C. & No. 1.J, iiroturli P lJhJlanf.e7.w l ,' far: New York to Tamr, via [;{>nville.Vo '
Meals at. all hours; special low opened an ollice in the Mitchell cpingCarJackionvtilerolPMO".t ma
that not a few of them could, 2 T'I ough Pullmans] ;(' ; j
P. and Seaboard Air Line will be .
Au.1'Phrough 1'uLn.Hn 'fi; 11.1{' nr Sep Oi)I'-ans to Jack-- nile.o !
rates by the week. Only first Block on Exposition street were necessity to compel, earn \ 4.: Tlir'; rn Pul nan: .* K. lIi(jar H.n'jl'l'-k-oBviic: tr Fl' Louis, via Lake City.
operated between Tampa and No :8:, 'i .rrl'.sh Pul.ii.mMI!: : : ;f ( iir -. i".iM.: 1-o'iis'to-ksmville, via Laie) City.
class colored restaurant on the and will furnish help of all l kinds their own livelihood in some one For full!! iQ* 'ii a i"(1 .m,: -- '., ;:0 2te in t',i.'conileusfd whedole) appiy to your nearest .:
Washington via Seaboard AirLine ,
( er.eall'a !'tn"e
square. MELISSA MACK, in out of the Call ad- arv"t. orwriv.' .. ; L. A. SHIPMAN, 4
or city. or or other of the trades or profes- from Columbia. ,: !!-\X' E .J. ". ,. \ lv'.O"F.J.L. .4"'itH"n.Pa .'
V. :
n a"n
Proprietress.J. \1' .,. ,
dress postoffice box No. 862, or ". -:- --- ;
sions feminine workers.All -
open to ;
Sleepers on train 35; and ;UG '
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when u --- ---- --- --'-
telephone you are In needof the daughters of the Queenof be between Jacksonville -- I
Q. Hoed, justice of the operated .

peace, Crosby, Miss., m-ikes: the our services, and your order England are expert housekeepers and Hamlet, N. C., via Columbia M081lE & OHIO R. Rr-
will receive promp attention.I. and cooks, besides being !
and Seaboard Air Line. Passenger {
following statement: "I can certify "t a'
E TOMPKINS t adepts in the useful art of knit- :. .tG, !
that One Minute Cough Managers trains will arrive at and depart -
A. D. BROOKS f ting and Moreover, they
sewing. SHORT L IIVJ I ( Ei !
Cure will do all that is claimedfor Telephone No. 9. from the Park Seaboard station -
all possess considerable talent
it. My wife could not get her at Columbia. "

breath :and the first dose of it relieved along artistic lines, the Princess i[ ,, To St. Louis, Chicago and the West )
Unable to Work Louise, indeed, having made an
her. It his: also benefited Stove wood cut to length for I .
enviable name for herself in Through Buffet Sleeper from Jacksonville to St. Louis via
Chas. Replogle Atwater 0. .
iny whole family." It acts immediately The $1 per two-horse load. Free de PI!.mnt System leaves! Jacksonville; at 8 p. in., connecting with
and cures coughs, was unable to work on accountof painting sculpture. Every. Seymour & Smith. Phone o's \V India Flyer the best train
,1 the Mobile & Ot+ ( st equipped ,
Princess of Wale who in her ,-
colds, la grippe, bronchitis, kidney trouble. After using ..;). in the South. For ;general information, tickets, etc., apply to .J;
asthma and all throat and lung FOLEY'S KIDNEY CuREfour days girlhood knew well what it was I ticket agents of the Plant System, );

troubles. Anti-Monopoly Drug- he was cured. Anti-Monopoly to be poor, is not only an extremely Foley's Honey and Tar I'' C M 1. SiiEPHEmj L. E. SPr.{cER. T. F. & P. A.,

store. drugstore, Ocala, Fla. brilliant pianist; but is a heals lungs and stops the cough. Gf'n. Pas Agt.. Mobile Ala. 235 W. Bay at., Jacksonville, Flar


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ANNOUNCEMENTSFor J L a Musical Instruments How's This? A Free Man

We offer-One Hundred Dollars 4 (l

County Treasurer LE2sas2s2s2sas2sasJ The Surprise Store has j j'lSt re- Reward for any case of Catarrh A telegram this.afternoon from I

ccivj a new lin<' of guitars banjos I Miami btates that Marcus Frank
I hf reby announce myself t*&candidate for Room mouldings. R.A.I Jail. I that cannot be cured by Hall'sCatarrh
re-election! tu the office of O Treasurerof
>unty ; -L'
Marion( County, aubjfct to the action of the violins and accjrdcons. You Cure.F. of Ocala was acquitted by the : -,

> democratic party Very A retix-ctfully 1t.G!li1'is., Gordon Sinclair is in Atlanta. can secure a great bargain in J. CHENEY & Co., Props., jury this morning for killing) Edi- s-rJ -

1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for Wray, the tuner, at Weihe's any of these instruments. Toledo, 0. tor Gardner: of Our Sunny Land, -.i'

the oflice of county treasurer of Marion a ye r ago, at which time Frank
county, subject to the action of the democracyof W. T. Hood of Dunnellon is in We, the undersigned, have ;
the G. J. biRoziEB, was -'J\'l'ntl'Cn old. Gard- -
county. years
d-w-w Blitchton.Kla. town. l{':\T. \\'. H. CoL'inan, the new known F. J. Cheney for the last ",,
i ner assailed the character of the
pastor of the Christi! church, lj years: and believe) h>m perfectly -
I rr-sprctfully announce myself a candidatefor R. L. Martin: ofVcir Park is man's mother Mrs .
young step ,
trcalurt'rof Marion county, subject to the with MH.. C. honorable in all business -
action of the democratic in company
party.Tito in town.A. Handolsman
and assaulted him
;. K. IMnTElK.}:urf'a.;: transactions and financially able
Groves: made the Star a much;
L. Mitchell of the Medadows with a stick, whereupon he shot
appreciated call this mrrniii&r. to carry out any obligation made
lama candidate for the office of tax assessor is in and killed hunt Alex fct. Clair
for Marion county"ubj.-ct to the JJf'mocratlcIrlmarlf's town. : Mr. Coleman] is a gentleman] by their firm. WEST & TKUAX,
IMieving that the eastern part of I Abrams was his leading councIl.
the county should hate ttt teatne county Cottage for rent. Apply to whom it i i.> a pleasure to mois.Mi Wholesale Dl'ug-gi.ts,ToledoO. -_ /
ollicer,1 aok the support of the people
I : _
I I I Wholesale} Drufrgists/i'oledOjO. At the Methodist Church
For Tax Assessor G. Hassard came up from I I her ankle' severely sprained by a Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken ACTS GENTLY ON THE

Juliette today. horse running away with her last I I
.I present my name a* a candidate for reel I internally, acting directly upon Rev. H. A. Hodges went to KIDNEYSLIVER
] -ctJon t?the oflice of tax Hihmr fur Marion Monday: and throwing her from
county,subject to the action of the elf'mocrdc Patent medicines at coat at I the blood and mucous surfaces of Citra this morning on the early
party. J. C. MATHEWS the buggy, is recovering rapidly I I
Garrett & Geri 'A. ,: the system. Price, TJ ceUtS per train. He expected to return today AND BOWELSCLEANSES
th nnder the careful attention of I!I
For LegislatureI Small tea tables, a few of themat bottle. Sold by all druggists. : and preach here tomorrow,
I tnnounce myself a candidate for the lejis-: Dr. D. M. Smith. THE 5VSTEM
,j ature subject to the decision of the democratic Mclver & McKay's. Testimonials free.: but a telephone message from
party. D. A.>MITH, M. 1), Don't medicines
Anthony,Fla buy your patent Hah'.lJnil'y Pills are the best. him says that on account of -' EFFECTUALLY
There arrivalsat
were twenty-five before first calling on Garrett : ho.irseness he will not be here to JlfnS
I present my name as a candidate for the the Montezuma yesterday.DniMnrCIPvi : DisP : E5&cEr
legislature; ,subject t<. the action<< of the democratic & Geng. They are the people Weather Forecast for Central f lorida morrow. He expects to come 0 A G
party of Marion county. A V
For further information 4 E %
S.J. MtCl'LLV,Fellowship. who are belling "patents" at
; DHLil OF rlOOi Address Box 16 Ocala. Fie.W. I Monday and assist in the meetings / '
J. Chambers of Orange cost. ;'ConrtPv of Postmaster Grovel next week Pastor Nixon // Q 1TION
14 I
iLerebyannouncemyself as aeandidttefor: Jacksonville JS
May 12.-Fair a
the leirUlalurc lor Marion county, bubiect to Lake was at the Montezuma yes Fresh fish, both mullet and will preach morning and evening. A 0
the action of the democratic party. J tonight and Moc RE. PERMANENTLY
\\". J. CIIAML'1.K9orange Lake terday. bottom fish, received every day,
ITS 't0 oFT
I kept on ICI' and) dr-hvwd anywhere Epworth League rfECTS.
I respectfully announce myself a candidate FOR SALE -A new piano.
fur the If ialuture,bulijfct to the action o'tht'democratic m the city by William A new case of creamof !
party. C'HARLES! B. \1 ft.I.L*I* Easy payments.. Inquire at this I
Standard. l'ucker.I wheat has just been The Epworth League ot the I Buy THE GENUINE-M ANT"0 BXAUtRNIATGSYRVP(2.

For County Clerk I Pneumonia: follows! li grippe, received at the John M. E Church, :South: will moot ( I | (
Messrs. Ed and Wart
I hereby announce myself a candidate: for Kyle but never follows the use of McCarthy store. at 4:30; p. m every Sunday) instead V ,6Y1j nr, Q S 'c'.. N n.Z? k
re-election to the oflice iI county clerk subject mann of Cltra were in town yes- of 4 o'clock K(I SOc Ft*WITH.
to the action of the democratic party. FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR, the as previously fOa{Alt BY AU ORUG6C.T1
T.,15TKI'SK. Fruit Punch and Cream, the favorite I .
s. terday. great throat and )lung remedy.AntiMonopjly II I: announced, in order to avoid any
drink at the
Anti-Monopoly) Drus- New Issues
For Tax CollectorI MATTINGS-Arrived a hundred drugstore, Ocala, stoie. Fresh: fruits;: used in making intrusion on the Junior Epworth

hereby announce myself a cand'date: for rolls and fifty designs at Mclver Fla. the Punch. League. A cordial welcome is We take great puasure in announcing -
re-election to the omce of tax: collector subject I
to the action uf the democratic party. I I & McKay's. extended! to all. Your presencewill our list of novelties for
K. 1'. THAGIRD. Sawdust delivered to any partof Go to the Montezuma barbershop :
be appreciated and encour- the month of April, 1900, whichare
For SheriffI I M. Haughton and M. C. Loo- the city at 50 cents per load. tor first class work. P. C.
aging. TAYLOR as follows:
ney are In the city with their Seymour &'Smith. Phone 25. I Davis, proprietor. t r
am a candidate for re-election to the officeof President.At .
sheriff subject to the action of the democratic families. -- -- ------ WALTZ SONGS, SACRED SONGS AND
party and reMx-ctfuIly! make this statement -
to the voters of Marion county.I' BALLADS
Soda water and fresh Jerseymilk
II. Xl"GE T. the Christian church: Sun-
and cream every day, at the My Elinore-J. A. Silberbergand
OUR REPUTATION day school 9:45 a. in., H. C.Grovc .
Superintendent of Public Instruction Hole in the Wall.J. i Jos. W. Standish. A charm.
superintendent. Junior
Subject to the action of the democratic ,
ing new by two popular
party,I hereby announce ntys,'1f\ a candidatefor : J. Webber, the barber: band: 3 p m., Miss Sharp'leader.Y. song
re-election to the otlice (.superintendent;
of Public Instiuction, and m-pectfully ask leaves today or tomorrow to For fair dealing and good values in Clothing ] P. S. C. E. at 4: p. m. Preach- writers.
the support. of the citi/ensof: Marion county. I Just Idle Dreams-by Dennis
W. IL CARS.; spend the summer. ing at 11 a. m. Subject: "Pur
and Gents' has been
; Furnishings long Mackin. Sang by some of tho
Christian Life" At 7:30
For Mamber of School Board Otto Mente's family is comfortably I established. Do ? pose m best ballad readers. '
wear good clothing "B k l'd'
you p. ra, subject: :iC s I mg. -
located at Lake Weir and
I am a candidate for re-election to membership The Great Beyond, baritone-
on the Board of Public Instruction fromdistrlt W. H. Coleman, Pastor.At .
will remain about two months. Nat Mann and John Camugton.In .
No.8 subject to the democratic pri-

marlt'll.and solicit the support, ofmyfrienda.Respectfully. B I. HCLL. Our line of purses is complete, H. 13" Masters Grace church tomorrow the three keys. A grand: compo
and we invite your inspection at morning subject will be "Heirs of sition (sacred or secular), by the '

F. C. & P. SPECIAL RATES an early date. Garrett & Gerig. Has just received the finest line of spring the hin: dom."" Evening sub composer of "Promises of Light." -:-

ject, "Joseph. La Carmela Waltz Song-
Atlanta Ga.-On account Gen- Quite a crowd of folks ?
oung and summer clothing ever brought] to Oeala Words by John Gilbert. Music
eral Assembly Presbyterian are camping out at Lake Weir.
Vint chances: in ten it's your by Frank M. Witmark. Adapted .
Church, tickets will be sold May They report having a fine time
Your Clothing Made to Measure kidneys that need attention if from the famous "La Carmela"
15, 1C and 17, limited to May\ 29, catching tish.

1900, at one fare round trip. We have the famous Arnheim samples you don't feel well. FOLEY'SKIDNEY waltzes.
Mrs. J. B. Webb of Kendrick, CURE makes healthy Sweethearts Still-Harry Free- ;

General St. Louis, Mo.-On account who has been visiting Mrs. Lea v. for you to select from and we guarantee a l kidneys and will make you well. man. A refreshing little lovo

Assembly Presbyterian engood for a few days, returned Nothing else "just as good." song. Sung by Maym Taylor.

Church, tickets will be ou sale home yesterday.Take good (fit. Call .and see what v. c have tooff'sr Anti-Monopoly drugstore, Otala, -
14 and 15 limited
Hay returningto
Mrs. An- in this line. Fla
meals at
June 3, 1900, at one fare, plus your Where the Father of Waters

$2 for the round trip. thony's Ladies and Gents' Res- W. C. Dell, a young and bl hlyresp'dl'd Swiftly Flows-Little and Pritz-

taurant and Oyster Parlor, near WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY citizen of Gainesville, kow. Sung with great success

Mclver & MacKay
s. died yesterday from an overdoseof by the authors. !
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Mrs. Art Leavengood, from "- .-- ---- ---- laudanum. He leaves a wife Jamie O'Brien-Words by f

near Ocala, is visiting her moth The Ocala colored baseball S. M. Lummus, one of the most and s '\'eral children. Earlo Iteming ton. Music by Ar- t

Office Over @iCanS' National Bank er-in-law, Mrs. Leavengood, in club called a meeting at Mitchell's vr-luabl-j and competent composI- J.* C. Kennedy, Roanoke, Tenn., thur Gillespie. A waltz ballad of I

the northern part: of the city. Hall, May 11, for the purpose of tors of the Star office, will leave says: "1 cannot: say too much forVltt's merit. .

OCALA FLA. and tomorrow for Gainesville to COON
organizing electing new accept
Iron beds brass mounted I De\ Witch Hazel Salve. I
officers. New officers elected with Editor God-
were a position One box of it cured what the Love Me Babe My Honey Do
white or blue enameled, the finest ,
J. E. CHACE as follows: I. E. Tompkins, win on tho News. Sun has been I
stock and greatest assortment in doctors called an incurable ulceron -Shaw and Anderson The
President W. A. Parker Jr I with the Star three and is -i
; years "
DENTAL SURGEONOffice the county,at McIver&McKay's. I my j jiw. Cures piles and all Clemence Sisters big hit. f 6

Manager; Vannie Situ ms, CaP probably the swiftest type setter skin diseases. Look out for Deed I'm Done With ,Y ou- f 1
Upstair! 1st National! 1 Bank Bldg I
A penolia sandwich, t3inV.; II. Williams, Secretary in the state. AntiMonopoly
worthless imitations. Nathan Bivins. By the composer I

OCALA. FLORIDA "the newest cracker I i'hcrc will also bi an entertainment Yonge & Frasier, the bicycle Drugstore: of the Messenger Boy." I i

TERMS CASH delicacy" at the John given at Mitchell's Hall, dealers and repairers, will make a Come Back Bdbe, 1 Won't Ba l i
Wake Wells returned
Friday night, M h.r 18, for the yester-
of lawn Mean No More-Stephens and i
McCarthy i day from Atlanta. He saw Cap-
J. A. PITTMAN & 00. benefit of the club. Yeamuns f
: tf. Taylor. Lydia
rno\\erSt Titus'i
tain G. M. Wells his father and i
Stafford section foreman ,
UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERSDealers is doing considerable work around W. S. Musbor, MUlhcim, Pa., SOUND advice to those who his bride. The captain is looking great succebs.: l

saved the life of his little girl by That Coon's Just as Happy's
In- have kidney and bladder trou- well indeed.
the Plant very '
System freight depot,
Tho' He Had His Il.'ght! Mind- r
her One Minute Cough
giving bles, is to take a safe, sure medi-
GASKETS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES putting in new ties, repairingthe
from tho
from "After suffering severe Oliver and B\iy. Sung by
Cure when she was dying cine like FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE.

Offi e with Pittman & McIntyre track, etc. croup. It is the only harmless It always benefits the KIDNEYS. dyspepsia over twelve years and best in their line.

Mr. John Jones remedies without He's Ma Steady-Harry: B.
a prominent remedy that gives immediate re- Ccala using many
Anti-Monopoly drugstore, ,
OCALA I FLA.r : member of the Orlando bar, arrived sults. It quickly+ cures coughs, Fia. permanent good, I finally took Smith and John Strornberg. Tho

yesterday from Jacksonville I .ilds: bronchitis, la grippe' asthma Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It did new coon song hit, introduced in

I: Jacob Israel], manager of the much good 1 recommend it Weber & Field's Burlesque "Sa- '
where he had been attend- and all throat and lung me so

Piano Tuner ing the meeting of the Knights troubles Anti-Monopoly Drug- money otder department a*, the I to everyone," writes J. E. Watkins poho."

po toflice, has returned fron- At- I clerk and recorder, Chilli- 1
Templar, and is a guest at the tore.> I' INSTRUMENTAL NOVELTIES

rectory, on Ocklawaha avenue. lanta, \vherw he Iris beer, for cothe, Mo. It digests l what you
Pianos and Organs tuned and
regulated repaired
in a first class irann/, and all workguaranttd. Mr. Merck and family, with medical treatment for the pasttvo eat. Anti Monopoly Drugstore.Mr. The Latest Fad-Nat D. Mann. i iE

Special rates by the year. Also' The easiest aud most drectivemethod Mr. Simmons, have gone to Salt weeks.] d new century novelty-a three-
left this
make: a specialty of repairing fine violin. and. of purifying the blood Cress, the builder, the
big throughout
i.ubibe its step. Going
Springs to alth-giv-- 1
guitars. W. s. TIKE and invigorating the to morning for Miami, where he
r 0 Box 6)L Ocala. Fla. system is ing waters and may be absent Red Hot From the (dun west.
the bedside of
attend at
went to
take DeWitt's Little E Risers
-- irly several months. De Cake Walk Queen-John
the famous little pills for Was the ball that hit G. B. his brother, who is quite ill.
W. C. BULL Stromberg. Danced by Bessie ,
cleansing] the liver and bowels. Manager Sjlvoster has given Steadman of Newark, 'Mich., In' W. E Connell is now servingice Clayton "Sapoho.."

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. the Surprise Store a thorough I the Civil \ Car. It caused horrible cream: and the confection is Love's 'l'rlUmph-Tlwodore

Ocala Fla. Mrs. W. K. PendMon and sister overhauling, rearranged ib1 stock I ulcers that no treatment of a delicious quality. Bendix. One of Ins best effusions. 1

and dressed the witidowTie helped for twenty years. Then
Miss Mary Reardon, entertained -
furnished cot-
I'I.\:. ESTIM.lTES: : AND SPECIFICATIONS store presents a'tr..)' attractive I Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured MARCHES AND PATROLS
the ladles' whist
Furnished Promptly and *t :short Notice. young tage of! five rooms; $3 per month,
club appearance.A. : him. Cures Cuts, Bruises, Brother Officers-Charles Ben-
afternoon in
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO LOCAL WORK yesterday a by the year, to responsible party.
Barns, Boils, Felons, Corns, dix. A dasny martial march witha
Mail Communications! Promptly Attended to most delightful manner. D.light- B. Stroud, Grantville, Ga Apply at this office.
Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure refrain that
by the Old ReliableV.. C. Bl"LL.OJALA refreshments were served. has been i is bttrnng.
wrote A boon
: priceless Ion earth; 2o cents a box. Cure Claret ice at Garrett & Geng'sfountain Scotch and English Patrol- ,

"After suffering from piles for given the baby world in Dr. Mof- jruaranteed. Sold by Garrett & is cooling, these hot Clayton Mayo. Quaint and char
fifteen years I was cured by using f .U'S Teethma (Teething Powders : Gerig, druggists, Ocala. days.; in fact the ices that they acteristic.The .

Solicits your patronage and : two boxes of De Witt's Witch ). the. counterhit
are putting across above are 50 cents each, ;;
guarantees: the best work. Clean Hazel Salve," writes W. J. Baxter "Ice Cream at the Anti-Monopoly the thirsty spots. Remember -
C''S: ::.: '.::.; 1. X _-! mailed on receipt of price.

and attractive shop; skillful North Brook, N. C. It heals '..-. : t: /} T' ...' I -:. .!'") .',., fJ c.tI!.I".E .!,.:.,. Drugstore" is equal to Philadelphiacream the place. M, WITMARK SONS,
-- as remarked by some on thestreets.
workmen Beware of counter /:
: everything. i1t.I'ltCI: L.L ., L/-Jp-1-17-: I the tuner at Weihe's. 11owYork, N. Y. .
GEO. WILLIAMS, Proprietor felts. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. cJ X 1-I21 ____ .: 1j Wray, '.'{:



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Volume V OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1900 Number 282 '

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....... I, Building More Houses An Impromptu Dance *i
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*. /"-;i *< EDWARDS BROS.
Or Marion Co ant/ in Conrntion at .\ --J. : I \t'. C. Bull is erecting two new Last Wednesday afternoon

the Courthouse Today ? .1'. ,. "" .... glass-covered houses for the :. Mrs Emily Fard most delightfully .
' .jot..;.....,". -, S,: J"'l' i I Ocala Greenhcuse people. The entertained a few intimate CITY MARKET
S. Bullock chairman of the t. i

I'I'T. executive, committee, F. -' -.,' .. i 11 I I new houses will be 11x30 feet-a friends with a dance, complimentary
'"' propagating: house-and 11x65 to her guest, Miss Helen THE LEADING WHOLESALEAND
called the meeting to order HWPjtjl; '
: I feet-a rose hou e for growing Blair, of Cincinnati, a most fascinating -
after 11 o'clock. ** Y.:. \. > I
.'.- I plants to supply bloom. This young lady. About ten RETAIL BUTCHERSWestern
Un motioo of Ed L. Wart- S >- -./=SK53ggi I I
< "'\. makes four houses the firm has couples] participated in the dance.
mann, W. S. Bullock was made '._'!'i'r -CK23F0 j
T I and with them it will probably Dainty ices were served duringthe
nA S Meats Fish and Cedar
| Key Oysters
: ,
t temporary chairman and \\ W. """_vN!o" .'_ IA I be able to supply the demand this evening.
; -=- rl.'O&! I Received i every Day.
Clyatt secretary.There ; I winter.
were no contesting dele- .

gates. Following are the delegates -1: Can be had at ay soda fountain. Klein &: Campbell 4, ..'r-7.4-!:"... .....r..1'if":-'fir",..', ;".;;". ,'.,;:. ,1 Choice Florida Meats Celery and All Other
\- ,
: Pure, cold, sparkling sola-water I !.,.j ;;; .A..J J'Y !>'I :' =: Vegetables In Season
Have a complete stock of dry' -'J" :". ._... .w' ...-.. 0''I
Ocala-D. E. Mclver, Simon ; is not only delicious, but a very I & 'a .

1 healthfdl drink. It is not injurious goods, notion! hoes and clothing -....... FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108
Beojamin. S. Bullock, E. T. I .-- -- --
like icewater.I '; :
HeivenstOQ, C. M. Brown, William i for men aid women, and especially ..,
I tP''l -
Hocker Geo. R. McKean J. call the attention of the '... S< ,- /.
I,. .L'k. ',?'" .;'. I,, Established Jan. 17. Thin
G. Spurlin, C. L. trunk R. A. : ,..t ,- \ .
I public to our clothing stock. I ;
Burford, F. A. Teague, Otto j I We can satisfy you io goods and I: i

Mente, N. M. Allrtd. j The Misses Potter delisht1 : 4- .
most / J"
We ask L
prices. respectfully :an: I -- '. I \ Bankers
Shady Grove-S. R. Pvles. fully entertained the Young Ladies' I \
of stock. We will i \
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inspection our I .
Reddick-L. S. Light, B. L Whist Club Thursday afternoon I I I OCALA: : FL.ORIDKReceive
do the rest. !
at their home
hospitable I II Deposits Have Money to Loan
Cotton Plant M. S. Moser, H. w; on Fort King avenue. Delightful KLEIS & CA11 ,BCI.L. I i I Shoes are
i always very coaspiccons and: it pays I TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
\V. Long C. B. M41er, H. M. refreshments were served.

Barnett. I Piano for Sale '! to wear goal shoes. It pays to hare Small Accounts Receive the Same Attention as Larva Ones
I : tour feet trimly dressed, if there is a

Precinct 5.-R. M. Strickland, I When Nature hole! in the inside of year glove.: Support Your Home Bank.MRS.LT.TOMPKINS.
A fine, new instrument for saleon
W. A. Butler, Wesley! Nabb, C. I We sell a Ehoe at |2 which we think -
i t Needs assistance it be bestto easy terms. Apply at thb I
Campbell, T. F. Bryan, J. C. ?icellect for ordinary PUr OXi:. We I

Osteen, J. W. Malphurs, C. H. : render it promptly, but one I office. have then in ladies' shoes, both high .

should remember to use even the afld low black and tan. and in gents'
Hargraves.Surnmerfkld. t franklin: Typewriters .
| most! perfect remedies only when also. Calf or rid kid lace or con "
S. N. Dillard. !
needed. The best and most simple I This office has an agency for'grefis. Give me a call at the old stand.i .
Has Just Received and Opened :
Lake Weir-E. L. Carney. '. .
G. A. Nash.
and gentle remedy is the j the Franklin typewriter, and i I '
Moss BluiI-AV.. Jackson. \ ? .
a Syrup of Fig.., manufactured by !j; will sell them on very lit>era) !; ,
John M
Graharaville Graham
-;, '
the California Fig Syrup Co. terms. Call and see the machine. Straw (tide"The I

Allen Gibson.: I i It i is one of the best mad-; simple, :i I

Linadale-C. A. McCrary. i Sale WantedWe durable and rapid in :ts work. i FrBIloh Pattern Hats. ;
Pu"'h" enjoyed a i 1 1nleasant
Ultra-E. L. \\ artmann, A. C. I

White. j want a small or medium straw rIde out to SlyerSprings I

sized second hand safe, and will Upen All Xfcht: J. last night and had a
Anthony-D. A. Smith, C. C. : A I EVER BROUGHT/ TO OGflLA
cash for ,r have l\ most! glorious time. The partywas t
Pnest. j!pay i same. Standley, e a eight phone, ember -

t i: Cranford & Co. 73 and render willing service chaperoned by Mrs. S. T. ISl. j
tdntlln-AJex? \V3 nne.Mclatosh9. j,
I Ii My stock of goods for Easter and the summer is the finest and

H. Irvine, W. J. '!i Ii! at any nour oi the nuht. Ask .-trunk, Miss Campbell and most complete in the city. An invitation to visit my store and

Cbsmbers. E. Allen. !i i i Crescent 1900 Model your physician to call us. : Uncle" Willie Cordon. view the most exquisite French designs in art is extended to the

Blitchton-G. J. Str zier, B. .I! GAKRETT & 'i ladies of Ocala and Marion county.
tj j The Ocala Music Co. has just Drui' Store. Do Von Need Electric Belt?
R. Blitch.Dannelion: a : an Yours for elegance and style in millinery, .
: received its 19''s J model Crescent 1 .
Maurice Strauss I Dr. J Newton has
Hathaway rr
bicycles in ladies', gent and children's For Sale Kent !' fJ.RS. L. I. TOMFKINS
or 1
W. H. Stevens.Eureka electric twit which
I (perfected an
chain and ch iin1t s. Call
-R. W. Holliday.) Desirable residences and cottages be is prepared to furni-h 'O all STORE
I and see them. They are beauties FRENCH MILLINERY

Kendnck-E. C. McLeod. I and the price will strike you as i iI in different parts of the patient, ufao t-id it, at a nominal ,

B-lIoi\'iew-D. C. Stanley. I|, right. : city, almost any size or style desired -'. cbar;e. Write J. Newton

County Commissioner D. L. i iI for rent, and wilt sell on Hat da way, M. D., 2.3 Bryan
I Cheap for Cash
Morgan, from the east: side of the most advantageous terms Have street, Savannah, Ga. PETER IlGRAIMerchant :

river, was ic for a fair deal and \ Small house and third of an j you property to rent, or do you !! -

no goujnosr. He wanted Ocalato 1: acre of land near city. Apply at I desire to rent property? In either !! NoticeAll i Ta.ilor :

have what she was entitled to' this office. case, apply to S. D. Moody; in I
I per-on indebted to the
but did not want her I IfClU51DS' buildmir.
country f
firm of They' fc Moore will please
lubber Tired BuggiesWe I t
i .
rights restricted :a hair- -- ---
j can ar-l settle! on or before June 1. Merchant's Bank Building.
breadth, and for them he would !i. have a stock of rubber .. ;1 > :

stand, tooth and toenail. I tired, ball bearing buggies and 'I'I ; =. ;, ,; =r tee" -I I have received a large and nobby assortment of Trous -". l

Strauss was In facer of a delegation carriages, which we have just. A MAN
i !. ".. ',' erings and Suitings suitable for the coming seasons at prices .
of nine to select con gres- added to our complete and up-to-I :; E
to suit all tastes.::
sional and state delegates. It i; date stock of buggies, carnages: .. c j Under the Bed
line ofGents'
J I have added to my TailoringDepartment a
was so slow! in receiving a second : wagons, harness, saddles, etc. I P _, t '
I .-- ... : :::=: =f3 Would excite- Furnishings SCARPS and TIES will
not create : ucn an [
that Will Hocker finallyoffered
when : ,
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second ru'! d I I f/I., '. ,t, f a I =._.-;':_ ..=.....,:;fr -. m nt a- the bigt't> of ojr: great be a specialty, up-to-date styles. Gold Studs warranted for I
a it was out. :, '.. --- ;
... : -,.. du of crcatiog.It twenty years Collar Buttons and Sleeve Links. I carry a
lay bargains L
There is wisdom .i r >
Strczier moved that a delegate \i., a depth of in 1 . -
i stock of Umbrellas at low prices.
from each precinct present ritirc'' the remark of George Eliot that : ill ti LS causing great comraotion.amcDi I good

and name delegates to conven we cannot choose happin. either -I ':Jio?-. '.;_. U i i : buyers and consternation -

for ourselves others for I.fI aroon: j *alous competitors We I
tions. I or we :
Then came Mr. Irvine's amendment : I cannot tell where it will lie.'r're q Grtt r ;;are not under the bee, but we ares TherO td j olrp.I e.\sls!: RefrigeratorSOLID i

to name them from the : can only choose whether we will *-liin:! atUNDER i
I OAK QOLDBS OAK FINISH With or Without Water Tank ii
| i
: fir. 'i indulge ourselves in the present i ''., .
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( \ SiC&C Pr -: :- -'-
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Then Payne's amendment to Ir- ,f moment or whether we will renounce -: the finest food ;n the city Is to \* Hence the rapture of buyers \\.: .-, '.:: t..t.f '. r r,..w.3 L.'"" : .. 1;.:;c.. W,It:' .'.;k':$!....... t-':......J" L .....:"'.t "*-Task.

sits. which was to name and I I that for the sake of obeying had at the : and the roars of competitors. Do I i
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Ratlrcsd wurar.tE want: a little excitement? i = the oat reft1 -
for the divine voice within us- ,you f1-:-- 'it ;
there ; = :xOdJo.rzlsceAStSC
I \ f1' &:-a.=or.afjl--! (:a:-ty i.; on the Take in our store. Can you keep ;' ::- The f Aerator 6L Ul4ttt'J i
for the sake of being true to all I
bill of fare. The Roastfc Steaks, Chops I : from :1 1 2rr//lccrp fug free free cwataai nation. Fresfe food I
: war our pricxThey I. l' (
(; iu4 d rxond Pa J .
i oa ; I the motives that sanctify our d.J .
of fine flavor end&tifyir.f I. absorbip the neil of _
!! and ocherdisLe:= z are speak for themselves. Don't let I 4 r : wul K / tat nor fepcsi by ?: t,
-'-- !
lives. b- .anXojrb' else I fru* and i inr-riati:: ly occur !
; i'j : -re: f,1 1J 'JWOile j prorleions a%
: f
'' !tie sun ;.o don without bnn !- J. I II! 0_ l-' .. ......,.. F
.NFFr '1( can you djr.r! ; &j veil: { for ... s f a...thotb r M-cd.ed raer''''-."" .--
; _.e:'._-':_:_7 Working sight and Day Fifty Cents jicg 1 'our-f1\"f c:ntses to our store ,f'.. ,, r 1 :::o"'"! ,'..-...,"J' ,..
l: c" -1 ,ff' : ,
f iE .. !land putting us to the test. .;.JIa J : '' .1 rI cc.OdL.rzlve.s.s-= iyfbitiitstTiCtiP'
t, The busiest and mightiest little r !,:. : t.. The citattitict
I "
4., !' I t DOST GO TO BED z ti i
r : .
Dr. Coniini' Summer Hates f
thing that made is Preserver
it ,- I ever was t prrcipie: and consequeEilj is a Scientific -
i ? 1
f !"i
b A.:r, t ..\t: ? I: KiD 'S New Life Pills. Every For low rags to all summer And dream of coming tomorrow. ,c fi.. of FooJ. The circulation+ oi air i* && r+erf -

1.' """"' 1 r'-- 1:':Tomorrow bargain: birds l' cdor earned oE awl out
I pill is a sugar-coated: globule of maybe if p. 'i fectly arranged that are
I ; ; ) weakness ,; all i flown away and leave you ? and do not --rT health that changes i
i ; of the Plant
; t agent System, in H .
/ 'k7 otter
the Come to-
nest. come
t.'I into strength, hstnessness into i empty ,
: = the Ocala House. !t

i\ I ft'IL !energy, brain-fag into mental I!, day. Come early Bring your /ss is *,< R.f2;"-, 'ft'voter. ,is fJesd Z d1Etrfadscy.cM.J let
1| They're wonderful in I inei I :-hbor. Do somebody a 0od li power. To Ural a Hart

.. I| building up the health. Oniy 25 ; turn and put him or her on the _.----0'TH E: KEYSER MANUFACTURING COCrtATTAKX :A.TEKH..
Use BABE great track of an opportunity as rare as Uri Exsu.snfe: ut"s.s G*JAI< Rt tpi4eaATo s M TIC?: NrALw
4; j cents per box. Sold by Garrett ;
/ -'. -." l: C;erig, Ocala. healer. It's :uarautetd: for cuts, : SLOW in July. EM FMRIDi[I 1 lf'[ HiMFidl'EIM! fOlPlOcala' ( Fla ) 16DTS

/' /7. wounds, sores, piU-s and all skin j. Our stock consists of dry

"D:rV, ill's Little Early Risers divas:',. Take no substitute. Broods, clothing and shoes, iadiea ;I

.e c'? M .Anti-Monopoly drugstore, Ocala, AND FRASiER
and gents _. YONGE
,fcre tfc: fin't pills I ever used. furnishings a s ialty.i
4 *-* ,1" t'py4 .A .+* fi,, tieMfii ,
-1..1. M6re, Millbrook, Ala.lajckly i Special bargains in rents'sty
'.' "'., ta.e-; 4"' tMW1 /e* 11 ELECTRICAL AND BICYCLESUPPLIES
: 'Ibt.- q! cure all liver and1CftOUs. Lots in Juliette I c- hats and" pique skirts
,: ': 't: '.J! .' Mf)' ; '
y/J1f'd, Anti-Monopoly lots in | for the nest ten days.
few choice
); -<; .r.y 5:: ::1 ;ifI11 aiJlF tI. : We have a

... ..: '.' '., 1 t 1M' :7'! : ';zP'_ lr fJnrs \UFre.artr. Juliette for sale. J. H. Living Come straight to f/\ All Kicd* of Rtf i'r Work Dose

f-:',<-," ': '.J t ; :4-: :."';e:, ---------- ston & Son, a;.fr.t5.CA5TOnX.D. : THE B"vros STORE, PronptljOUVE

pore aM D':6: t.I':.r7 *.:. *', h, faade If ;Sera ,rinks at tie soda fwm- I SJ'.i.t l Magr.o.ia: street.Mr' f 1)) ORIENT LITfLE JOE

; fruit b.". tatA III hk Aacf'N'y"'j Dr.z stlre.1 HI&:' r1j: .
i : : s tanl] AND FLPINJCENJI.E
We Rnf gre fI1Ih > .'.:; :;:j:: ; ';-:'! trAAprt'stu'f: 4renk; w..l/.t i No :; ___ : WHEELS

)Uf fonntaJi. A; of !.:'...: 1.u; Y.r il'Q ;" )1" ';*.!('r1:.'k4 riff ; ;:'.r.. I .:_:: rL0d' BANNER 1'' t SALVE,

,lathe, U.l. f.!t-t::: Ja 4g 4 i "rr" :tor ii.r.iC at ':I=.r !/J' r..a..:.. 1. '-d the most healing salve the world. Montezuma Block, Ocala, Florida.


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