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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t"pe.ow, as the first place of im- .
2Ae Only Daily Paper in Ocala Items Collected By Our portance in every way in Marion

CURES. Rural Editors county, outside of Ocala Anthony Parties desiring Sweet Pure Cream should address

" wants a new passenger depot.

'.(asons for His i Xanelous: Snceess ANTHONY

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_. Dr. Iitliaway' method S. Smith. :Mrs. William Lambert, of Island
! C. L. BITTINGER, : -'f' cftrcattrrcntisnoexperi&ienL i- Pearl, the little daughter of H. D. drove, who has resided in Belleview
It the result oltwenty
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R. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR I r. ] <..<; she Once practice iu the I.nrt of a\ten any- break her arm last Sunday afternoon.She cancer, died .yesterday. She leaves a

------- f I specialist in his line In is doing well. husband and four children. Her body
%. :r CEO. B. TYLER Box 321 Ocala. Fla
the! orld. lit was graduated : ( i
4"4 Mrs. E. H. Swain ,
::0 Entered at tbn Ocala! pii"tattler ** oif"oond cll.lI" i :". from one of the is on a visit here was taken back to Island Grove for ,

matterSUBSCRIPTION t;': ,S !*!.t medical colleges l In from Muncie, Ind. burial. I

&,.;-..:.{ the country and perfected
Henry Raysor has returned from a Two Mormon preachers are in town
_... ) 4 his medical and surgical
KATKH ": : education by extensive trip over the lines of the Plant Sys circulating Mormon literature. They

f. One Year ... ..... .. ...... .. ....... .... ,f ilO t 1\"7y;: ,,. il' hospital( practice.
; Six Month* .. ...... .....................250 he made difccoyri'.s tem.Mrs. preached at the town hall Wednesday Ail Patrons
Three Monlhi ..... .., ...... ............126 ::ar1y: in his professional career i W. T. Smith and daughter, of night. our
One Month.... .. ..... .... ............ 50 whit h placed him at the head of his profes-
iou as a lIlt ciJ.l1!>t in treating; what are generally Ocala, are visiting relatives here. :Mr. L. W. Baldwin, who recently I

suo in as prhate din asfsof men and women. ReW.. H. Coleman, wife and bought the old Washburne
and packing
THE WEEKLY STAR ilili: system of treatment he has more mora Are
\#rfectPd cacti year until today his cures are so daughter spent some days here recently house, will transform the same intoa Delighted
It published every Friday ..Subscription! a iaarii.l as: to be the marvel of the medical
as the guests of Mr. Keeny and fam hotel for winter boarders.
year;00 04ntll for six munthii.E. proflmslou.l.njoying.
the largest! practice of any specialist ily. Brother Baldwin, you may now turn With the rich flavor tenderness succulence and general -
th?world he still maintains a system of nomi
!i Mrs.
0- George Eugene Bryson, recently out your hogs. Marshal Pelot says
nal fees which make it possible tor all to obtain I high grade excellence of prime meats and all -
A lriznlnn r. his services. of Havana, is in town, the guest of he will not molest them. my my

J)r. 1 lathaway treats and cures Loss of Vitality, Mrs. I. C. Kendrick. Canteloupes and okra will soon be : customers are connoisseurs in steaks, chops and roasts. '
V'ariwjcele Stricture, Rived Poisoning! in its different
{ The Haley family sent their stages, IheumethmWeak bark Neryjusness Only three candidates are known to ready for shipment.The .

all manner: of Urinary Complaints have invaded our precinct thus far. annual town election was held It is Gratifying
r little (loir "Dina, a cocker Ulcers.!Sores and Skin Diseases.I Brl lits DseasindallformsofKidueyTroublesd (
Ills treatmentfor They are Messrs. Allen, Miller and Tuesday to vote for mayor, council-

spaniel, to Ed Haley in Atlanta undertone men restores lost vitality and a'is.'e hope that Anthony will be men, tax collector and assessor and

last week, and hn entered her in .n:tkes the patient a JtroiiK.; fell vigorous man the scene of some grand old barbecues town marshal. Eight candidates in To know that my efforts to cater to the tables of the
Dr. llathaway'ti success in the treatment olVarlooeele critical is successful and I of
the dog show and the little dog and Stricture without the aid of knife I this summer. The Anthony Democratic the field and eight ballots in the ballot as am an expert judge

or cautery; Is phenomenal The patient Is treated box. meats I will serve the best in the land at the most
took llr?\t and second prizes in Club met at 3 o'clock Saturday, with Everything was quiet, except ,
home without
by this method at his own pain 01
her class. The prizes amountedto loss of time from business. This llOsltin-ly thE I good attendance. The meeting was the town hall bell, which tolled eight reasonable prices.

only treatment which! cures w ithout an operation I very harmonious. W. T. Forbes was times.
about $200. And now "Dina"has Dr. Hathaway calls: the particular attention olsuQerers
her the Atlanta from Varicorele and Stricture to pages elected a member of the county demo The shading oaks on the streets are I. W. DAVIS CITY MARKET
picture in -7.28. *i, 30 and 31 of his new book entitled ocratic executive committee. Dele- being pruned up by Councilman Free-
Journal. tauliue( ". Vigor. Health,"a copy of which wll.
gates to the county convention were .
be sent free on application.Write man.Mrs.
: today for free look and symptom blank elected as follows: D. A. Smith andC. I. N. Nicholswho has been ;

In some of the Swiss valleysthe mentioning your complaint.J. C. Priest. We believe the voters of I quite sick for several weeks, is im

inhabitants are all a 111 id ed) NEWTON HATHAWAY M. D. Anthony to be almost entirely in favorof proving.At .
err Hathaway&(::0.. OCALA LUMBER CO0
'. with troitro or "thick neck." 93 Ilrjun Strt-t-t, Navannali primaries.The the last meeting of the town
HKMT10N THIS APEK WliK.N WKrTJXU.SOUTHERHJY. council Mr. L. W. Baldwin the
Instead of regarding t this as a railroad has had street lamps presi-

put in at the depot for lighting, and dent, was taken sudenly sick. Judge
deformity they seem to think it a
RATESAnnual the Southern Express Company has Shedd acted the part with much dig-
natural feature of physical development -I nity and grace. Is at all times prepared to furnish roughor

and tourists --- -- -- --- ------
p.issin Reunion United Confederate
lumber in desired
planed any quantity
through the valleys are sometimes I Veterans, Louisville, Ky., L. ALEXANDER MILLIONS GIVEN AWAY ;

jeered by the goitrous inhabitants i May 30 to June 30 It is certainly gratifying to the public -

because they are with- A low rate of 1 cent per mile has Practical to know of one concern in the land INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTYIf

been made for this occasion, ticketson who are not afraid to be generous to
out this offensive swelling. Thusa
sale May 27, 28 and 29, with final CARPENTER AND BUILDER the needy and suffering. The proprie
form of disease may become so limit June 6. The Southern Railway in need of anything in our line, write to or call on us. Factory opposite "
Careful estimates made on all contract work. tors of Dr. King's New Discovery for
common that it is regarded as a offers five hours quicker time, finest Hives more and bitter work for the money Consumption, Coughs and Colds have Plant System depot. Mill near Montague. '
than other in town. 1
any man It"
natural and necessary conditionof first class coaches and sleeping cars, given away over ten million trial bot-
life. It is so, to a largo extent most picturesque scenery in the Unit tles of this great medicine, and have rCALiLUMBER COMPANY .

with what are called diseases ed States and two daily vestibuled L WALTER DUKES the satisfaction of knowing it has ab-

trains. The Southern Railway depotis solutely cured thousands of .
of women. Every woman the r Broadway Tailor hopelesscases. Telephone! 60 Ocala, Florida .
in one block of the auditorium, ten Asthma, Bronchitis, "Hoarse "
suffers more or less from irregularity -
blocks nearer than any other depotin SUITS TO ORDER ness and all diseases of the Throat,

ulceration, debilitating the city. Chest and Lungs are surely cured by --

drains, or female weakness, and t rom $12.50 Up it. Call on Garrett & Gerig, Ocala
this suffering is so common and $3 Pants and get a 10-cent trial bottle. Regular .
Commencing May 10, sleepers on
so universal that many women size, 50 cents and $1. Every bottle { A1 'l
trains 33 and 34, via.}i'. C. & P. and Dyeing and Repairing Neatly
it condition natural guaranteed or price refunded. .P
accept as a Seaboard Air Line, will be operated Done
Sold by all druggists.
and necessary to their sex. Butit between Tampa and Washington via Corner Broadway an] Orange StreetsP. ,, THE LINK THAT BINDS.

is a condition as unnatural as Seaboard Air Line from Columbia.
O. Address Box 134: a1
it is unnecessary. The use of Sleepers on trains 35 and 36 will be CASTOR -
operated between Jacksonville and -
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription -
strengthens the delicate Hamlet, N. C., via Columbia and Sea- For Infants and Children. JACKSOS,TESW., No,.!1.

board Air Line. Passenger trains will I I was subject miscarriage for three yeari,

womanly organs and regulatesthe arrive at and depart from the Park Kodol The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears ( and suffered constantly with backache. I wrote
to you for advice and after using three bottlesofVinecfCarduiaccordingtoyourdirectioni
womanly functions, so that Seaboard station at Columbia. d ,
woman is practically delivered of #P+ #- t I I am strong and well, and the mother of a flue

from the pain and misery which THREE STEP Dyspepsia Cure I?t girl baby. Mrs. E. N.JOWER8.
Fad Nat D. Mann
The Latest by a
eats up ten years of her life-between -
and all the late music.
the ages of llfteen and Ocala Music Co. Digests what you eat.It F. C. & P. SPECIAL RATES LREE'urne4jrt

forty-five. "Favorite Prescrip artificially digests the food and aids
tion" makes weak women strong BOYS' SUITS Nature in strengthening and reconstructing Atlanta, Ga.-On account Gen-

the exhausted digestive or eral! Assembly Presbyterian
and sick well. Klein & Campbell have just receiveda
women gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
Church tickets will be sold There is no use talking-a baby in the house is the link that binds
nice line of well made and service ant and tonic. No other preparation I May husband: and wife together. Nothing is sadder than: fruitless wedlock.

able boys' suits from 3 to 8 years, that can approach it in efficiency. It in I 15, 16 and IT, limited to May 2'J!J, The offset a thousand! : times the

1'0 the Public are going at 75 cents a suit. stantly relieves and permanently cures I 1900, at one fare round trip. occasional I't worries : a wife is barren,there is a
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn .fit derangement somewnere in the genital organs: caused by one or more of
Why continue to pay CO cents Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, St. Louis, Mo.\ -On account rid those common disorders known as female troubles". Wine of Carduiis

per pound for candy when RUBBER TIRED BUGGIESWe Sick IIeadachGastralgiaCramp: !! and I General Assembly Presbyterian the remedy. It puts the organs of generation in a strong and healthy
have a stock of rubber tired, ball i iI: all other results of Imperfect digestion.i condition, fitting! the wife for the sacred duty of reproducing her kind.

can get package candy, Shraft's bearing buggies and carriages, whichwe i iI i I Price 50c.and$1. Large size contains? times I Church,. tickets will be on sale During the period of gestation the entire! system of the expectant motheris

goods, none better made, guar- have just added to our completeand I I email size.Book all about dyspepsia.mailed free Hay 14 #and 15, limited returningto built up to withstand the ordeal of labor, and when the little one
Prepared by E.C. DeWlT7 A CO Chicago makes its advent it is 1'isty and

anteed fresh, for 50 cents per up-to-date stock of buggies, car- Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. .June 3, 1900, at one fare, plus strong,well-fitted to grow to maturity : UCIES' AOYISSRT OEPAITMEIT.

pound. DAME, riages, wagons, harness, saddles, etc. $2, for the round trip.CbattanQogaTcnnOn. in perfect health The f"'lce in cas i red\uiring.perlal
Cranford & Co. mother, too, through thetrial nir"- iun.addrr=.,givingyinptoniB,
Standley, passes Lmllrt*A.u..r.p.'. TkrIHimiOOfeiBKimitlo.
AND with little pain: and no dread: :: ., Chattanooga,Tenn.
Cumberland Presbyterian As- Wine of Car,lui is truly a wonderful -
Frank M. Jolly will resume the Resulting from an attack of la grippeor sembly, tickets will be sold May
Large Bottles for 1.00 at Druggists.
position of division passenger heavy colds, must yield to the won- 15 to 18, inclusive, at one fare

agent at Jacksonville, Fla., May derful healing properties of Foley's I II I round trip, limited to May 20 ?A I Ii :T ..> (;j "1 .iu:

Honey and Tar, which strengthens' 1900.
15th, vice H. C. McFadden, P
the lungs and makes them sound.
resigned. "After suffering from piles for -
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla

"I had stomach trouble twenty fifteen years I was cured by using
"I had stomach trouble twenty years D R. FFETT'S I g Allays!! Irritation, Aids Digestion,
and of two boxes of
years gave up hope being #
and hope of being cured tillI ,'. rr.,,q fRegulatei the Bowels,
gave up
cured till 1 began to use Kodol began to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.It o e Hazel Salve," writes W. J. Bax- ; T EETHINTeething I I /I Strengthens the Child,

Dyspepsia Cure. It has done me has done me so much good I callit ter, North Brook, N. C. It heals E r.hlt1P r, ITt Makes Teething Easy.

so much good 1 call it the saviorof the savior of my life," writes W. R. everything. Beware of counter y .1 y f ( Powders) _TEETH1NA Relieves the Bowel of
ASA Troubles of Children
my life," writes W. 11. Wilkinson Wilkinson Albany, Tenn. It digests feits. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Save Costs only 2a cents at Druggists, ANY AOL

Albany! Tenn. It digests what you eat. Anti-Monopoly Drug- money on patent medi- Ormail25<*nt to C.J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS. M&
store. LIPPMAN BROS.. Proprietors,
what you eat. Anti-Monopoly Druggists, Llppman's Block. SAVANNAH. QA. cines by buying of Garrett &. -

Drugstore. I II WANTED-ACTIVE MEN OF GOOD Sold by Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore, Ocala Gerig.

James R. Moorhead I character to__ deliver_ and collect for
county old etablished wholesale and export TAX DEED: APPLICATIONNotice : Wall paper and papering. K.
surveyor, returned home from A. Hall.J. The Bailey-Lebby Company
ing house. Bona fide salary of $900a is hereby given that Ghas; W. White
his trip to Fort Bassenger Fri- has made application to the underMgned! clerk
year guaranteed with expenses. No circuit court for the issuance of a tax deed on C. Kennedy, Roanoke, Tenn.,
day. References ex the following tlf.-cribed land to wit: Undivided -
experience required.
half interest in nom., chains north and says: "I cannot say too much forD
changed. Enclose self addressed south by :;v 0 chains east and \ve.-t in northwe.tcorner CHARLESTON s. c.
Lime Juice and Pepsin, the I section 2!ti. township 12, south range :: Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. ,
stamped envelope to WHOLESALERS east lot '. Mock 4; J. A. Harris plat
new drink: at Garrett & Gcrl 's AND EXPORTERS Third Floor 334 Io:. ranjje-!!.ii! feet east and west by ;AI feet One box of it cured what the !
north and south, in "south\\e corner of Meek\;:
fountain. It is palatable, and Dearborn St., Chicago. 6-14 '5; J. A. Harris plat Citra tp 12. range :!. lot 1. doctors called an incurable ulcer : Machinery & Supplies
aids digestion.Mr. block I. Meel's addition Ultra tp 12. range 22, "
lot 4. block J. :"teni's! addition Citra. tp 12!, on my jaw. Cures piles and all
luOO-mile ticket for $30
Buy your lot block K. Steel's addition Ultra I
range ::
Upham of South Lake over the Plant System from Miss Jes- tp 12. range 22 It is the intention of the undersigned skin diseases. Look out for Iron, Pipe, Brass Goods, Fittings, Nails, Belting, Injectors, Shovels, Picks,
clerk to iout' tax deed to the said
Weir is stopping for a few daysat sit' Maughs at the city ticket office in White. unless the aid lands are redeemed in worthless imitations. AntiMonopoly Wheelbarrows and Link Belting.
accordance with law within thirty days: from
Drugstore.The .
Mrs. \Vbitfield's in
company the! Ocala House. this date. This 11th day of April. !!
,,:.1. MsTRVNK.Clerk 4.J. /V/ces Quoted on All Kinds of Machinery or Uther Supplies 1
with a Mr. .
Science has found that rheumatismis Circuit Court place to buy patent medicines .

& Macliay: have just caused' by uric acid in the blood. I IT.X at cost is at Garrett & Contracts taken for the erection of plants, for putting up machinery of .':> 1
received, and have displayed in This poison should be excreted by the II I, Gerig's.Go f all kinds, or for repairing any kind of machinery, engines or boilers, by a .
West SKeiley
is that Malloy.
hereby given
No rheumatism with heal machinist, who will be supplied on short notice.
their furniture store, a most kidneys. have made application to the undrrstgned to the Montezuma barber i competent ...
thy kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure al- clerk circuit court fur the i issuance < f a .
handsome line of refrigerators tax deed on the following; described land to shop for first class work. P. C. G. Wake Wells, Agent, Ocala, Fla. .
ways makes them well. AntiMonopoly wit: Northwest ,'4 of southeast L4 and northeast -
and ice chests of all sizes. 14 of southwest l4} section Iv.tow nship; 17, Davis, proprietor.Wray .
Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.C.A.9TOREA.. south range 22! eat.;: and southwest 14 of southwest Office in A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store.
The Silver Springs moonlight '{.section 1;. township 17. south range :22 the tuner at Weihe's.Foley's .
: .. east and it is the intention of the undersigned 1
rsion advertised for May 15, clerk to hue tax deed at the expiration -------------
Bears Kid:! tau fiats Always Bo lit of thirty days from this date unle*! re- Cure
wd I cLha I deruid accordance with law This 14th Take Job Work to the Star Office

at Weihe's. of -N.I- day \lnl.l\'l'-l\ Clerk s..T Circuit SJS.TEI-.SK.Court. makes kidneys and bladder right. your


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ANNOUNCEMENTSFor 52S2S5SES252SES 1 Get WeighedOne How's This? In Need of Help

OCCURRENCES We offer One Hundred Dollars

County TreasurerI .1.1I of the novel and taking i, Reward for any case of Catarrh Mrs. Owens, a worthy white i

f I features of the IVesbyterhn entertainment who has four small
hereby announce myself a* a candidate for Room mouldings. R.A.Hall.I I i that cannot be cured by Hall's woman,
re-election to the office! of County Treasurerof tomorrow night at I children and prior to her illness
b Marion County, subject to the action of the Catarrh Cure. ,

democratic party. Very A.1 respectfully:.Gurus, Wray, the tuner, at Weihe's. the hospitable home of Mr. and F. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., made a living by sewing In the l s-

Small tea tables, a few of them, at : Mrs. D. E. Mclver, will be the Toledo, 0. neighborhood, is despeatedly ill
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for I
the offic of county treasurer of Marion Mclver & MacKay's. I official weighing by Mr. Jake in the cottage between Mr.
county, subject to the action of democracy We, the undersigned, have
of the county. (I. J. KTROZIEB. Gerig. The only way to be Massey and :Mr. Haines in the
d-w-w Blltchton, Fla. Wall paper and papering. R. A. known )F. J. Cheney for the last
Hall. served with tempting viands is second ward. The neighbors in
15 years, and believe him perfectly -
I respectfully announce myself a candidatefor to get Mr.\ Gerig's certificate of the immediate vicinity have so
to the -
treasurer of Clarion county subject honorable in all business
Albertus Vogt, of Dunnellon, is in .
action of the
party. avordupois. It not be far taken care of her and sup-
may gen
Turn. I'AaTKCR Eureka town. transactions, and financially able -
erally known, though it is an plied her wants, but they now ..; :
to carry out any obligation made !
I am a candidate for the office of tax assessor; Cottage for rent. Apply to R. D. open secret, that at a mass meeting feel like asking for general aid. V/J' -", -
for Marion county,subject to the Democratic Fuller. by their firm. WEST & Tut'AX, .' "'
primaries Relieving\ that the eastern part of i of the ladies of the Presby- Simon Benjamin, when informedof \ : .
the county Mioulil have at least one county Wholesale Dru i ts,ToledoO. >( __ or,'"
otlicer, 1 auk the support of the peopleJons The Hole in the Wall has a fresh lot terian church, Mr. Gerig was WAI.DIXO KIXNAN & MARVINVholesaie her condition this morningsaid '
M. (i HAH AM. ,
of celery. their choice for weigher and as he would gladly supply her a I
\ DruggistsToll'doO.Hall's .
J lone lady expressed it, '"He had a with ice, or any other sImilar ACTS GENTLY ON THE
For Tax AssessorI Patent medicines at cost at Garrett Hull's ( Cure is taken
foot for that work." cases. There is needed night
shaped just
present my name as a candidate for reelection & Gerig's. internally, acting directly upon KIDNEYSLIVER
to the ofi('e of tax asM-naor for Marion Now what the shape of a loan's dresses, bed linen, delicacies for
county,subject to the action of the democratic the blood and mucous surfaces of
party. J. c. MATHF.W4 Herbert Crook is in the city on business foot has to do with weighing and I the sick and food for the children,
and to visit his family. the system. Price, 75 cents per AND BOWELS
For the LegislatureI good things to cat, can only be bottle. Sold by all druggists. money for medicine and other

announce myself a candidate for the lejfis-\ Save money on patent medicines by ascertained by being present at Testimonials free. necessaries, and to hire some one rEANSES THE 5YSTEM
ature subject to the decision of the democratic
party. I). A. SMITH Anthony M 1. ,I'Kla., buying of Garrett & Gorig. Mr. and Mrs.\ Mclver's tomorrow Hall's Family Pills are the best. to sit up with her. Any thing r f*rm v*r*CTALLY!

Lou Haley went to Jacksonville yesterday night. left at Mrs. Bittinger's residencewill EL5
I present my name asI.. candidate for the. for a short visit: .. be cared for and given out EStt S
legislature,subject to the action of the democratic Musical Instruments Rev. H. A. Hodges returned > CO&gHDVERCOMEsL R
party of Marion county. as needed.
h. J. MtUfl-LV, Fellowship. For Sale-A new piano. Easy pay from Citra today and will preachat rPERMANENTLY.

ments. at this office.A .
,1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for The Surprise Store has just received the Methodist church to light. Business Good GoNS11PATIONBITUAL I

theiegl l.iture; tor Marion county, subject to fresh line of taffy candy just received a new line of guitars, ban The revival services will be continued A I
the action of the democratic party.!
\V. J. On AM BEES, Orange Lake.I by Dame, the Candy Man. jos violins and accordeons. You this week. Meetings every -
Herbert Crook of Ocala, rep- ITS 10 GEr.
day at 10 a. m. and 7:30 m.Children's Bt"t'
p. rfECTSr
can secure a great bargain in
Savannah wholesale
respectfully announce myself a candidatefor Will Cox has returned from a twoweeks' resenting a ICtAL

the I If lrilaturt'.liutj'ct to the at'UolI.of. thedemocratic visit to friends in Jacksonville. any of these instruments. : meeting each after- clothing house is in the city, circulating -
B. MII.I.EKStandard.
party noon at 4 o'clock.chances Buy TH t: GENUINEMANTO BV

BALM OF rlUOi? Address For further Box l1i.information Ocala Fla. Don't buy patent medicines -- among his numerous < m RNIA fiG SYRVr@
For County ClerkI your ::lnL in ten it's your customers. He has just con-

The merchants murmured today before first calling on Gar- ",$vrtJ6.. ." "."<, ...t.* ....
hereby announce myself a candidate fur kidneys that need attention if cluded a successful trip throughthe > "Y. .. L 1/1' C.A". ('0 ,.*?
re-election to the ollice of county cll'rk.loul-- over the absence of the street sprinkler. rett & Geng. They are the rot SAU It AU ORU&&Si I ems soy Ml BOTUL
ject to the action of the democratic party. people you don't feel well. FOLEY'SKIDNEY west coast, and reports the ,.
S.T.Slsiat':\i --
who are selling "patents" at\ CITE makes healthy outlook most excellent.Tampa New Issues ..

For Tax Collector Mattings-Arrived, a hundred rolls cost. kidneys and will make you well. Tribune.

I hereby announce myself a candidate foi and fifty designs at Mclver & Mac- Nothing else We take great pleasure in announcing -
Take at Mrs. Anthony's "just as good.
your meals -
re-election to the office of tax collector.sub- Brave Men Fall
to the action of the democratic Ka>'s.C. our list of novelties for
ject party.: Anti-Monopoly\ drugstore Otala
Ladies and Gents' Restaurant ,
Victims to stomach liver and the month of 1900 WhICh
Fla ,
with April ,
T. Gibson, of Grahamville, and Oyster Parlor, near
For Sheriff kidney troubles as well as women are as follows: Y
his estimable wife, was in the city to
McI vcr & MacKay s. Wray the tuner at 'Veihe's. \\
I am a candidate for re-election to the office day. and all feel the results in
of sheriff, subject to the action of the demo- SONGS
cratic party,and respectfully make this statement loss of appetite, poisons in me
to the voters of Marion county.I' Soda water and fresh Jersey milk BALLADS

H. Nt'CENT. and cream every day, at the Hole in blood, backache, nervousness,

the Wall. OUR REPUTATIONFor headache and tired, listless, rundown My Elinore"-J. A. Silberbergr

Superintendent of Public Instruction feeling. Hut there's no and Jos. W. Standish. A charming i

Subject to the action of the democratic W. E. Connell is now serving ice new by two popular
feel like that. Listen to song
candidatefor need to
party hereby announce myself a
Public re-election Iiiittuction to the ollice, and of respectfully Superintendentof ( ask cream and quality.the confection is of a delicious fair dealing .and good values in Cloth] J. \'{. Gardner, Idaville, Ind. He writers.

the support of the citizens of Marion county. Just Idle Dreams-by Dennis

W.D.CARN. Our line of purses is complete, and ing and Gents' Furnishings has long been the says thing: "Electric for a man Bitters when are he just is Mackin. Sung by some of the

we invite your inspection at an early best ballad readers.
For Member of School Board date. Garrett & Gerig. established.] Do J'ni wear good clothing? all run down, and don't care Y,
The Great baritone-
1 am a candidate fur re-election to member whether he lives or dies. It did Beyond,
ship on the Hoard of Public Instruction fromdiatriet Fresh mullet and bottom fish Nat Mann and John Carrm ton. j
No. 8, to the democratic everyday
subject primaries more to give me new strengthand
,and solicit the IiUl'lHJrt,| ofmyfriend3.Iteihcctfully B I.11cLL. on ice at William Tucker's stall, H. B. :Masters: good appetite than anythingI In three keys. A grand compo-

No. 8, city market. sition (sacred or secular), by the
could take. I can now eat anything -

R.D.FULLER Yonge & Frasier, the bicycle dealers I Has just received the finest line of spring I and have a new lease on composer of "Promises Light."

4 and repairers, will make a specialty La Carmela Waltz Song-
at Garrett
life. Only 50
DENTIST 1 of sharpening lawn mowers. and summer clothing ever brought to Ocala & Gerig's Drugstore, Ocala. Words by John Gilbert. Music

I>. J. Potter, who is mining phosphate Every bottle guaranteed. by Frank Witmark.. Adaptedfrom
Office Over Merchants' National Bank
on an extensive scale near Mor- Your Clothing Made to Measure the famous "La Carmela"a,

OCALA FLA. riston, spent Sunday with his familyin waltzes.
Ocala. We ]have the famous Arnheim samples HICKORY STOVE WOOD Sweethearts Still-Harry Free- :

J. E. CHACE "Ice Cream at the Anti-Monopoly for you to select from and we guarantee a I Having now taken the management man. A refreshing little love

Drugstore is equal to Philadelphiacream i of our stove wood business ourselves song. Sung by 'Maym Taylor. (

DENTAL SURGEON ," as remarked by some on the good fit. Call and see what "c have to we name schedule of rates below: '"'

streets.A. One cord 128 cubic feet packed or POPULAR 4
offer in this line.
\ 200 cubic feet thrown in), $2.50. :
Office Upstairs lat National Bank Bldg Where the Father of WatersSwiftly
B. Stroud, Grantville, Ga., wrote: One load, thrown in, ((65 cubic feet, Flows-Little Pritz- )
OCALA FLORIDA A priceless boon has been given the and
S3:; cents.
WE CAt SAVE YOU MONEY kow. Sung with great success
TERMS GASH baby world in Dr. Moffett's Teethina One load, packed in, (65 cubic feet,

(Teething Powders). $1.25. by the authors. -

-- -- ---- ---- -- Delivered in town. Cash on deliv- Jamie O'Brien-Words by
J. A. PITTMAN & 00. James Clark has returned from
Jacksonville, where he has been look Mr. Carlton, who has been I Miss May Agnes Kelly of Boston ery. Parties owning a team wishing Earle Remington. Music by Ar-

UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS I ing after business and talking politics running a boarding house in the I is in the city and a guest at wood for their own use can get it at thur Gillespie. A waltz ballad of

for the past two weeks. George Courtney house on Ock- the Whitfidd House. She is a the factory at the rate of $1.75 ;per merit.
-Dealers In- cord or one cent per cubic foot looseor '
awaha avenue, has purchasedthe really talented elocutionist, and COON
Louis Herzel, secretary and treasurer -, one and two thirds cents per cubic
CASKETS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES property now occupied by one who during the past winter,
of the Central Phosphate Company I foot packed by the load. Love Me, Babe, My Honey Do :

Office with Pittman & McIntyre returned this morning from Ho- Mrs. Barganier as a boarding has charmed many Florida au- Orders can be placed at our office by -Shaw and Anderson. The r

mosassa, where he spent Sunday. house. Mrs. Barganier; will I: diences, and the people of Ocala. Phone No. 8 or by mail, Box 727. Ciemence Sisters big hit. .

OCALA F LA_ vacate and Mr. Carlton will will be given an opportunity to Rim & Spoke Factory,
Otto Mente and family are at Lake Deed I'm Done With Y ou-1
occupy it. Mrs. Barganier: ex- hear her next Monday night at 14-5-tf O. W. Reagan, Agt.
Weir camping at the old Chautauqua Nathan Bivins. By the com

grounds. Mrs. Mente and the children pects to spend the summer in the opera house. ,-
Cured a Running SOl e poser of the "Messenger Boy.
Piano Tuner
several months there.A It sold '
will spend Georgia. was through
"After sulfering from severe Come Back Babe; 1 Won't Ba
D. S. Moody. It was bought at "I had a bad running sore on
drunken negro fired off his pistolat dyspepsia over twelve years and Mean No More-Stephens and
$1200. my breast for over a year, says
the Plant System freight depot yesterday a big: bargain, remedies without Yeamans Titus'
Pianos and Organs tuned regulated and re using many R. Richards of Willsey- Taylor. Lydia
paired a first class; manner, and all work afternoon, and the report Fresh fish, both mullet and permanent good, I finally took great success.
guaranted. Special rates by the year. Also spread that he had tried to rob the de vine, N. Y., "and tried a great
male a specialty of repairing fine violins and bottom fish, received every day, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It did but relief That Coon's Just as Nappy'sTho'
pot. manv remedies, got no
guitars. \V. S. I'JKE kept on ice and delivered any- me so much good 1 recommend it He Had His Right Mind-"
r. O. Box Kl. Ocala. Fla. until 1 used BANNER SALVE.
Miss: Leila Barnes has returned where in the city by William to everyone," writes J. E. Watkins half box I was Oliver and Fay. Sung by the
After one ,
from visit to Mrs. Albertus Vogt, at using
a Tucker. clerk and recorder, Chilli- best In their line.He's .
W. C. BULL Dunnellon. She will leave in a day or perfectly cured. I cannot recommend -
Pneumonia follows la grippe, cothe, Mo. It digests what you Ma Steady-Harry B.
two for Clear\\ater, to remain several it too highly, and will
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER weeks. I I but never follows the use of cat. Anti Monopoly Drugstore.Iron never be without it in the house." Smith and John Stromberg. The

FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR, the beds, brass mounted Ocala new coon song hit, introduced in
Ocala Fla. Albert M. Williamson, editor of the Anti-Monopoly drugstore, ,
b Jacksonville Journal is reported to be :great throat and lung remedy. white or blue enameled, the finest Fla. Weber & Field's Burlesque 8a-

PLANS JoOTBUTKSD: SPECIFICATIONS in precarious condition, from A11ti-Monopoly drugstore, Ocala, stock and greatest assortment in polio."
Furnished Promptly and at :Short Notice. a very the tuner, at Weihe's.Panting .
the effects of the pistol shot fired by Fla. i the county, at Mclver& lcKri "fi' Wrys INSTRUMENTAL NOVELTIES
Councilman Stausell. His life hangsby and kalsomining. R.
Mail[ Communications Promptly Attended to thread. Sawdust delivered to any partof j A penoiia sandwich, The Latest b"af-Nat) D. Mann.A .
A. Hall.A .
by the Old ReliableV.. C. BULL. the at 30 cents load.
city per 'the newest cracker new century novelty-a three-

Rev. J. C. Porter returned this morn- Seymour & Smith. Phone ;!5. i Idelicacy" fresh line of taffy candy just step. Going big throughout the
Blitchton, where he preached i! at the John
O AlA HOUSE BARBER SHOP ing from received by Dame, the Candy west.
yesterday. He says that Dr. Blitch is SOUND advice to those who McCarthy store.
Solicits your }patronage and guarantees i: Man De Cake Walk Queen-John
in a very critical condition though Dr. have kidney and bladder troubles ii I

the best work. Clean and attrac- Hood, who is at his bedside day and is to take a safe, sure medicine Fire screens, oak or bamboo Fresh mullet and bottom fish Stromberg. Danced by Bessie 3

the shop; .skillful F. Williams.workmen.Geo. Proprietor.. night, hopes for the best.J. like FOLEY'S KIDNEY CUKE. I I frames, cloth hand painted and every day on ice at William Clayton in "Sapolio." t

T. Carson of the McCarthy Store It always benefits the KIDNEYS. very handsome. The finest and Tu ker's stall, Wo. 8, city mar- Love's Triumph-Theodore i

with his mother left Saturday for Wis Anti-Monopoly\ drugstore, Ocala, most beautiful line of couches, ket. Bendix. One of his best effusions. f

TAX DEED 1 NOTICE consin to spend the summer and may Fla. also single and bed lounges at
Nunually's candies, always MARCHES AND PATROLS
possibly remain. Mr. Carson subscribed Mclver & McKay's.
FOR RENT A furnished cot.1 i fresh and only GO cents per
Whereas imp Barber has presented to me for two copies of the Star one Brother Officers-Charles Ben-

f'rIDtht'tax certificate/ following No ITS.!!land sale of in April Marion a. ivs!county,coy, for his mother and one for himself.W. 'tage of five rooms; $::1 per month, .1i i i Buy $75 Franklin typewriter pound, at Garrett & Gerig's dix. A flashy martial march witha
No better
Florida, tow itVe: 't half of northeast quarterof the to responsible party.: Ion easy payments. or Drugstore.
uortht-ast quarter action :L town: hip 13, S. Musser Millheim. Pa., saved by year, ''I durable machine made. For refrain that is stirring.

range 20 from east,and me a upmuitl tax deed.Therefore .certificate has demanded the life of his little girl by giving her i Apply at this o1l ce.I 'I I more and to the The easiest aud most effective Scotch and English PatrolCla.ton -
see machine
,after theexpiration of thirty days One Minute Cough Cure when she was the blood Mayo. Quaint and char-
from the date of tin notice. unle.redeemed, I Claret ice at Garrett & Gerig's i I in dally use call at this of- method of purifying
it is intention to issue a tax deed to the It is the only harmless reme-
my dying.
said land Hated May 11, UK*). fountain i is:: cooling, these hot t: fice. and invigorating the system is to acteristic.The .

Clerk S. T Circuit:MSTBUNK.Court.: dy that gives immediate results. It days; in fact the ices that they : take DeWitt's Little Early Ris- above are 50 cents each,
quickly cures coughs, colds, bronchitis _. ._ !. -
(:; S 1. :I A.
-- ---- ---------- the countei. the famous little pills for mailed on receipt of price.
-- "
'' 0'
putting across ers
are "n.'Ift ,
la grippe, asthma and all throat .:.:< t:') .i .. I'i'of, '.I 11Y": "'r.:2":" D"4"

Foley's Honey and Tar and lung troubles. Anti-Monopoly hit the thirsty spots. Remember '- 'c ct:4H&iu cleansing the liver and bowels. WITMARK SONS, ":.
; New York N. Y.
Anti-Monopoly ,
forchlldten.safesure. No opiates Drugstore. the place. t. -

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Volume V OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 14, 1900 Number 283 .

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REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRATSOf I :"!L ""..... .t-' JUce1m for OcalaH. A Narrow Escape i
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7l ,
a ;
"" .. -. ;1 -- EDWARDS BROS. Ii I
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Marion County In Coimntion at ro,, J. """{, "''- \ "'\ ....-,. ,"p.L-..... A. Fausett has bought the i Saturday afternoon Mr. and ,+ i

the Courthouse Saturday I. ,t1.r.tJ: '() tc ; outfit of the Eagle Rice Mill, Mrs. J. M. Barco, while drivingon
,;1": ':;".:f J...\ }4\Lr3i operated by the late Mr. Kteler I Fort King avenue, had a very CITY MARKET t i i
After( Mr. McLeod moved thata ----- '
1.t1 JrJ ; at Belleview, and brought the : narrow escape from serious in- !
committee of live be "\. !1 ,
appointed :: 7i trw'r':2' -,,.". .", ; machinery to his gin house in !jury. The horse, which is a. I
:'.t'; 9.'>V" ( c. .' THE LEADING WHOLESALE
by the chair to draft resolutions, J" "' 'J.. .I< -- ): 'j.J t I' :
.:: :;: this city. This mill is an excel ; spirited one, became frightened

Mr. Carney thought it ought to VZ, ", T. :
'.1 ;. I
be intimated what those resolutions "sac.A
..'.p a>..,' "' _"_ [}...-if I ." ._ e of doing the best work, and pony, and tried to run, fortunately .
::=; ., r.. ..
should be, but the chair &fA .,,, !
} '. ,
k: ',","" % ,. when put up in Mr. Fausett'sbig Mr. Barco was able to hold t
Western Meats Fish and Cedar
said: that the committee wouldbo j.YPv./;It {L. ,. Key Oysters
... .
the judges. j' -.r: .,.:: '. 0'; .., gin house and connected with j!I him in, when the horse, finding Received .very Day.

his powerful engine, will do bet- j that he could not run, squatted
On motion of Mr. Long, MOST DELICIOUS DRINK
ter service than ever. A much j i down and broke a shaft and
JIt>,Wartmann and Strauss Choice Florida Meats Celery and All Other I
Can be had at soda fountain.
my Ii
of rice is almost turned
larger quantity raised | the buggy over. i
wero appointed tellers, also to Pure, cold, sparkling sodawateris i Vegetables !In Season .
I in Marion county than is gener- !i With shaft broKen, if the horse
define by what vote the delegatesbe not only delicious, but a very
ally known, and Mr. Fausett expects j had begun kicking or again triedto .
healthful drink. It is not in-
elected. By the old two- FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108
jurious like icewater.T. to be able to handle the run, Mr.and Mrs Barco would
thirds rule it would take too ._.
W. TROXLER. bulk of the present crop. He without a doubt, been seriously -i ti
much time, or by a plurability or I I
also bought the grist mill which injured. Established Jan. 17 1S'
majority. Mr. Allen moved that 'I
was operated in connection with,I
the eighteen names out of the A Nice Trip Ked Hot From the kin \
the rice mill, and will run it in i I MUNROEBankers
in nomination receiving
thirty-one addition to the mill he already i I Was the ball that hit G. B. I
the highest number of votes The Mystic\ Shriners of Jacksonville -
has, thus doubling his grinding i I, Stead man of Newark, Mich., in

cast be the state delegates. at their meeting on the capacity.Mr. the Civil War. It caused horri- 0CAL: FLORID I

Carried. night of May 10 selected the F.
Fausett has half ble ulcers that no treatment j
: a a dozen Receive Deposits Have Money to Loan
Mr. Allen moved the chair C. & P. Railroad in connection ,
thriving industries under his helped for twenty years.rl'hen
appoint a committee of nine to with the Seaboard Air Line, as I Bucklen's I
care, keeps a small army of men : Arnica cured
recommend names( as delegatesto the official route from Florida to Small Accounts Receive the Same Attention as Larore Ones I
at work and is doing a whole lot him. Cures Cuts, Bruises, .
the congressional convention, Washington on account of the .
Your Home Bank.MR8.LT.TOMPKIN8
Support r
Barns Boils Felons Corns
to keep Ocala and Marion county ,
and that such list should consistof __
annual session of the Imperial i I
from buttering with stagnation.Do Skin Eruptions. Best File cure
sixteen with half Council Order of the
names a Mystic
on earth; 25 cents a box. Cure
vote each. Carried. I Shrine, which meets at Washington -
guaranteed. Sold by Garrett &
You Need
Electric licit!
The committee consisted of B. May 22 to 24. There an Gerig, druggists, Ocala. ,

P. Hull, H. W. Long, W. J. will be twenty-five or thirty Dr. J. Newton Hathaway has

Chambers, S. N. Dillard, Allen members from Jacksonville, and perfected an electric belt whichhe .,, ,, ,.y'-,:':,: ,. 11 Has Just Received and Opened '
i' 'lr1/-- ? T I '""P.'r.-l.:40,( :--1
Gibson, W. E. Allen, Dr. D. A. they will go forward via special is prepared to furnish to all. r' ,,'." .'.r'tf. /. .) 's.,,.', -/flj/'f"IFL1,..,, JI,, THE FINEST LINE OF
I.'f" 1. ..I" /YJ\' ).u., .
Smith, D. Mclver and M. L. sleeper provided for their use, patients who need it, at a nomi- "',IJ""'II'':;..;/ft .r.'lrld.II'S"' !. / ",/ ,,-,"'//4 <
I ". .. e: NII3Zj,29Y17 .lbl
:! ..- .." :::1;"/.l.I{:: 1'! rY
Payne, who returned in a few leaving Jacksonville at 8:20: a. nal charge. Write to J. Newton .

minutes with the following list: m., the of the 20th. Rateof i Hathaway M. D. 25 Bryan 1 1I'JT1T.- Hats
morning I I .: !lpi':1" : :'!:j '!: :""I'i::. "'''1M:II! I',I'I' ""I. French Pattern
H. B. Bullock J. Whitting-- fare for the round has I Ga. I ''
one trip streetSavannah, ;.7.\;] :,;;> ,;" : V- f J.,

ton, II. A. Burford, J. S. Blod- been arranged for this occasion. :; '.\.,/ 'J'1\\, \,'...:"\,,/, .r."G.'t-\r. ;.;:..f'P w, f a- i
f Ii\' 1 / \-
gett, H. S. Chambers, W.V.. Tickets on sale May 20, 21 and FOR SALE OR RENT 1,2'1"! EVER BROUGHT TO OCflLfl ,

Smith, W. W.Clyatt, Jrs,, C. S. 22 with limit returning May 27. Desirable residences and cottages in l\ @! 1 s

Brown, T. D. Lancaster, L. S. different parts of the city, almost any I tifle stock of for Easter and the is the finest and 1 1F F
size or style desired for rent, and will i e\i'\\( \\ My goods summer #
Light, A. D. Mitchell, Geo. R. When Nature sell on most advantageous terms. iI \ most complete in the city. An invitation to visit my store and i

McKean, F. E. Harris, E. L. Have to rent do j view the most exquisite French designs in art is extended to tho -
Needs assistance it be best you property or you
may VERY CONSPICUOUSShoes ladies of Ocala and Marlon
Carney, E. C. McLeod Simon desire to rent property? In either county. I
to render it promptly, but one are
Benjamin. The same was case apply to S. D. Moody in city Yours for elegance and style in millinery, I
should remember to use even the always very conspicuous and it paysto ,
with a resolution thatno huilding.
adopted most perfect remedies only when wear good shoes. It pays to have MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS

delegate to either convention 'I your feet trimly dressed, if there is a l l.i
needed. The best and most sim- A HISTORY OF FOUR YEARSA .i
could appoint his but if I hole in the inside of glove.
proxy file of the American Monthly Re- your
ple and gentle remedy is the FRENCH/ MILLINERY
absent, the delegation would view of Reviews, from August, 1806! II We sell a shoe at $2 which we think 4 l
Syrup Figs manufactured
excellent for ordinary purposes. We
vote as a whole. Adjourned. to date.
the California Fig Syrup Co. I have them in ladies' shoes, both high
For sale cheap. Apply at this of-
The following was the vote for
fice. I and low, black and tan, and in gents' PETER INGRAMMerchant's
the successful state convention
Sale WantedWe also. Calf or vici kid, lace or con- #

delegate: PIANO FOR SALEA gress. Give me a call at the old stand.G. .

W. E. Allen, 40; Gen. Robert want a small or medium fine, new instrument for sale on A. Nash. Kerchant Tai10r 1
sized second hand safe and will
Bullock and M. Strauss, each 38; easy terms. Apply at this office

Ed Wartmann, 37; Allen Gib- pay cash for same. Standley, Notice

son, 3G; William: Hocker and C. "'e have a night phone, number 73, All persons indebted to the Bank Building.

L. Sistrunk, each 35; S. N. Dillard, 1900 MODELS and render willing service at any hour firm of Rice & Moore: will please

37; D. E. Mclver, 34; C. M. of the night. Ask your physician to I have received a large and nobby assortment of Trous
call and settle before June 1.
The Ocala Music Co. has just received on or
Brown, 29; E. C. McLeod, 2C; its 1900 model Crescent bicycles call us. Carrett & brig, erings and Suitings suitable for the coming seasons at pricesto

Otto Mente, 27; F. A.Teague, 25; in ladies', gents' and children'schain Postofflcc Drug Store. suit all tastes.I .

B. R. Butch, 26; H. G. Eagleton and chainless. Call and see A MAN have added to my Tailoring Department a line of It I

23V.; J. Edwards, 22; Alfred them. They are beauties and"the price Gents' Furnishings SCAKFS and TIBS will T I

Proctor and M. L. Payne, each 21. will strike you as right. ',, I Under the Bed be a specialty, up-to-date styles. Gold Studs warranted fortwenty

The others voted for and their / years, Collar Buttons and Sleeve Links. I carry a
vote were: D. H.: Irvine, 20V.; Small house and third of an acre Would not create such an excitement good stock of Umbrellas at low prices.
as the sight of our great
Zewadski and John M. Graham -
of land near city. Apply at this office.

19 each: Dr. D. A. Smith, 47 -_- display of bargains is creating.It .

IS; Ed Helvenston, C. B. Miller, FRANKLIN TYPEWRITERSThis Ij'Y ..:lam, I is causing great commotion The "'rOll\QufEI1.e\S&5K"! l RefrigeratorSOLID

H. W. Long and W. T. Forbes, office has an agency for the ;iii jf* T t among buyers and consternation

15 each; D. L. Morgan, 14; A. C. Franklin typewriter, and wlil sell f1 f e .1. among j jealous competitors. We OAK GOLDEN OAK FINISH With or Without Water Tank .
them liberal terms. Call and not under the bea but "
on very are we are
White and L. L. Meggs, 12 each; C With hits r.i.uineed!; Provision ChajiW. With Kiclciojd Provision CJ. !
see the machine.: It is one of the best sdlinsr atUNDER I Wth V.'lme I Knamiled I'rovjsi-n. Chamber and Tank. With Nickehid 1'ruvikbn thanUr and Tank. i
L.V.. Baldwin G :and Dr.
made simple, durable and rapid in
Frink, 2. Scattering, F. E. Harris ,.ts work. ., ;;;-Z'- =::: -. -- "''is i the only re* ; [
C t' er Hence the rapture of buyers : fill'I rr :- r A : A s! *
ni-e S1
E. L.
9 J. G. 8
; Spurlin, ; 1" .9-- -: t The wgerator that
: :
and the roars of competitors. Do t- i' ,
Klein & Campbell 7'I.
Fresh food
t i!hr ,; will keep fort.freefromcohtaminatun.
Concluded Fourth THE BEST SERVICEAnd want little excitement? :: 1 : :I f :
on Pagevuiin a I
you 11 tJI taint the smell of
Have a complete stock of dry 1 .rt 0 will not nor spoil by absorbing
the finest food in the city is to be Take in our store. Can you keep >,' !i'I --, !' odorous fruits and provisions, as invariably occurs /
goods, notions, shoes and cloth from ? They j ; 5. :1 with othercalled refri erators.
the our prices
away 1t! ,r'Fi;. = -" i 0The1
;illl II I
( .! / 1 : 111! t :
I '
for and and Railroad Restaurant for themselves. )on't let '
t l : ing men women, es- speak i i ii ')
\ : "iiiLuiltbtrictly

j \\1'1"' "I TI II. seasonable is the ". I, a al\i'I..1:\1\ lI' 0 d A I.r-t 1f A c*H C K
: Every dainty on I'' If 0 e
\- L' 1.:1. .. pecially call the attention of the the sun\ go down without bringing l' upon SClcnt1llCi
'"!.f! C 4t 'I.J---: '( .r
....!,tJ bill of fare. The Roasts, Steaks, Chops I
I I, VIII : I' ,', your five centses to our store i I!! kS "fc![I ,Af 1 principles, and consequently is a Scientific Pre
I I' public to clothing stock.
I 1-4 r our I ,
i) '. ,. and otherdishe s are of fine flavor and I 'li'Snfi
1 tilt .
it 'j. '
I \\ : and putting us to the test. : t i LliffUU4fcKfl\-;\ server of Food. The circulation of air U .0 perfectly -
1' "J'
i '; I If '--7. t' We can satisfy in goods and satisfying substance. Nowhere else ; ; I
: you
I / BED ,, i. ,. arranged that odors arc carried off and out
\ ,
l \ ., ..f 'I can dine so well for F. I; "o:. ;-, r
\\ .. "' prices. We respectfully ask an you = + ."" and donut come in contact with the ice as in all
; Cents And dream of coming tomorrow.
Fifty '
1b. 1 I other '
\ )I ,I I, ,'..'.. :' inspection of our stock. We will ,------ Tomorrow the bargain birds maybe \f Refrigerators.
a- / I I II .
iw I "c i do the rest. COMING SUMMER RATES all ll'jwn and leave flU aul .'!011.1.
\ I! away you If yon are in gull f f a Refrtyrntflr or if your if nnxatisfir/nrr" en "
f <
i For lOA" rates to all summer resorts I it-Mill inUrmt
: our ttoik of J tit"Odorless trig if you Jo not cart to imy Htm you.
rV.o.. the empty nest. Comp, come to
"' call on the city ticket agent of the I
( =
t". ':. ? it! Plant System, in HIP Ocala House. day. Come early Bring your r.uuraTUao.rTHE KEYSER MANUFACTURING CO., CHATTANOOGA, .,
; -r.1.rJ SI"'" neighbor. Do somebody a good
: ,
1".",7,--/ U: .fYYV-1\ ., '-rC&r ,.- <- "DeWitt's Little Early Risers" TO HEAL A HURT turn and nut him or her on the LIST 1 1'FLORIDA 1 I ICE )I.\\\[F1CTnUXG COMPANY\ (Ocala, Fla.) AGENTS\
-' are the finest pills I ever used.
": Use Banner Salve, the great healer.
c2' track of an opportunity as rare as .
-D. J. Moore, Millbrook, Ala. It's guaranteed for cuts, wounds. ---

ICE CREAM They quickly cure all liver and sores, piles and all skn diseases. Takeno !snow in July. YONGE AND FRASIER ;:

substitute. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore '. Our stock consists of dry
.n large or small quantities( for the entertainment bowel troubles. Anti-Monopoly
Ocala, Fla.! I goods, clothing and shoes, ladies' 'y
of many people or the Drugstore.Soda ELECTRICAL AND BICYCLESUPPLIES .

pleasure of an individual. -- and gents' furnishings a specialty. Y

And there is no uncertainty about water drinks at the soda foun- LOTS IN JULIETTEWe Special bargains m gents'
few choice lots in .lull
its quality. It is the best that can be tain of the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. a straw hats and ladies' pique skirts
I All Kinds of Work Done
ette for sale. J. H. Livingston & Son, Repair
produced by skilled hands from fresh Only temperance drinks sold. Xo I for the next ten days. I'fomptly 1

pure and rich country cream and high wines. Pure unfermented grape juice agents
grade fruit flavors. the popular drinK at their fountain.
We serve pure fruit flavors from Ie! saths n K'' f1'L I:j aAI..ay\ 9ahitE.gtllt9a WHEELS
our fountain. All of the latest drinks. BANNER AV. E 25 South Magnolia street. .i
Dame, the Cream Man. fof / Mrs. Hick's old stand. Montezuma Block Ocala Florida.
the most healing salve In the world. ,

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,ontiKo.-d from First 1': ge>

s Eyrt fi Tlie leading Central Florida ;

i I I Carney, 1{. H. Bullock, Sunnn
Furniture and House Furnishing Dealers.The 4
t B" j.jimin j It. A. Burford, 3 each; .

= Es Ij I while \\'. S. Bullock got 2 and largest( and most complete brand new stock of Furniture in ;

j John Mirtm G"ore McKean
,., ;.. f I I : suites from the cheapest to t the most expensive. Iron brass f
r .x. : i and Mr. :,itararH''y got 1 vole I i,! I

F ach. trimmed beds. Mattresses of all kinds. Springs, any price. i
Tho Kind Yon Ilavo Always Bought, and which has been SOTES

ill use for over 30 years, has borne the .signature of
".. and has been mado under his per Tb- convention of was a fine looking GREAT ASSOs! I WENT Or mAlTiNuS I E
b-'dy int'a.
sonal supervision since its! infancy.

Allow no one to deceive you in this. Juag" Bullock made an indulgent I II in all grades, Rugs and Portieres. Handsome Pictures ; Picture Moldings, hundreds of

All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as- oOl" are but but exceedingly fair and designs. Side Boards ; Chairs, beautiful willows, dining and office. Office Desks, three

Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of abl ll' ;prc-JdiJ;; oilicer. :sizes.;; Baby Carriages and Go-Carts. In fact, anything in Furniture. We have thre'ehig
Infants and Children-Experience against .E }}erilllcllt. I
Hon. li. \ti'. Long by all]) '
was floors filled with Furniture. We have all kinds of Upholstering, Mattress Mating,

What CASTOR A odds the parliamentarian and Picture Framing, Etc., done by skilled workmen. '
straightened out a number of

' ,. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric tan ;i.-s. Wagons BuggiesJ Harness Etc.r

t- Drops and Soothing Syl up3. It is Pleasant. It I M L. P dyne, as usual; Hew the B

i contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic bird of freedom. oratoncallj.Mr. .

i Hibstance.\ Its age is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms:: Long's plea for having the \ 'e have the only tl 1)-to-date stock of Wagons, Buggies and Supplies for same, Harness,

and allays Feverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and "'iml young; men represented in conventions Saddles, Robes, Etc., in town. Builders' Material of all kinds. Wall Paper, Paints

f. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation' was the most eloquent and Oils. Complete Undertakers' and Embalmers' Department entirely separate.
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the "
oratory of the day, but Ml three Write or call on
Stomach and Bowels, giving: healthy and natural :sleep

...,. Tho Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. vott-s !short. of uainiug his favorite.

Iu the name: of harmony the
Mclver and
C GNU INS CASTORIA ALWAV8 Keiainck delegation] Lot a beat MacKay

iu the convention, which legally,
Bears the Signature of they were not entitled to, as the

law en-ating them is not jet PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHING.

I operative lug three weeks, but
I -
e\rery tiling :goes when every
"u I and prepare for the holding of a .,,
other man has a motive.\ See: ? RIOH BLOOD.iThis
# primary election at every voting
without Kendiick there
1 ward or precinct in the state of d ? woman is a picture of per-
The KM You Have Al\vays Bought could bii no McL od.Whilo =1 feet health. Her existence is
tne state convention! Florida, on Tuesday, the Gth dayof r k; ; not made miserable by Shattered

November, A. D., 1900, under ,
delegates) were not instructed, ,,, Nerves, lasting Irregularities,
in Use For Over 30
.ears.ME rub! 's arid regulations to be prescribed '"". Irl Dyspepsia, the Blues, or any o!
yet it is an open secret that they A
? ctNTJkun' COMPANY. TT MURRAY TBCCT.. New von CITY. I the said executive the manifold
.. by committee > derangements
"f -_ :.n __.- --4I _: 2Njir ;:lJ! !l.JJ: are aimot a. unit for Jennings 'l u
at which said primary caused by weak or impure blood.

The following resolutions were ,. r She is full of life and ambition
election every man who shall '
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p:1: s.d: .,4 ,: She is handsome. She is happy.
have that day voted the nationaland i ''t+,t .S,, --f ';. Pack Wool coursing through her

Ri'-olvtd, That: it is the sense state democratic tickets will i .6. e-,, + s veins maintains her magnificent

of this: convention that the inter be entitled to deposit a ballot in a i .".. 6s. ,r 1l rt womanhood, warding off the innumerable

Vital a qBtism est of the people of this. state requires separate: box provided for that. hl ; ,; ,. diseases to which a

tbe removal of the state purpose, expressing his preference i ; -,y. l; weaker woman would be suscep
,, + tible.
at ; .
capital t.o a .; central and con.V as to the manner of nominating 5 I 9
1J\t.'lt\ locution to the majirity candidates for state officers _. 1 'I Miss Alice Hastings,

"'" Directed by a scientific training of the! mind, is the power I use in curing my of t hl t population and business of and whether, in future, the i i ", Savannah, Ga., says .
patients of all known diseases, without the ue of drugs or surgical instru ; ?: she was suffering all
ments. the !s-tate. same shall be nominated by state k' r b ( the torture of a terrible -

CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY. That we demand of the next primaries or by state conventions, ;r ;, ; ,, case of scrofula,

legisl l iture :*uch legislation as will as heretofore. I r' t .. t and no relief could be

Among the many diseases I am treating successfully are IlhcumatiSm, relieve the p'opln of this state of Firth That the said executive Y ,L s ,;. t,, obtained until P. P. P.,

Constipation, Uiarrheal'ulelonary'troubles, Urethral Stricture, I'ilesltali5 I Y t .... ,,. : i pp man's Great Rem
the conditions
present growing committee shall, on the first
nant Growths, Sexual Disorders, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Female! Troubles! Dyspepsia I I ...', ., ; edy, was tried; the rejw' .
out of the delay]; in the trial ot in December A. D -
Tuesday ,
Impaired Memory. Deafness, Nervous Prostration, Morbid! Fear of II suit was a complete
Disease Liquor Morphine and Tobacco Habits. case in the supreme court of 1000, and sooner if all the returns cure.LIPPMAN'S .

Florida. from the said primary election ( GREAT is the Ideal
That; we favor a primary election shall be received before that time, I cine for women Its use insures health and the eub-

I will make a reasonable price to cure any disease. Full pay if cured. for our county nomination, meet at the capitol and canvass I I I stantial attractiveness which health alone can bestow.
P. P. P. is the greatest Blood Purifier known
Half it relieved. No if relief. to
pay effectually pay no and undei such rules; and regulations the votes cast at the said primary I medical science, curing: all Scrofulous Affections, Dyspepsia, Rheuma

ALL DISEASES TREATED WITHOUT EXPOSURE. as m iy bo adopted by our election, and declare then'suit. tism, Catarrh, Neuralgia, Malaria and Nervous Derangements.
P. P. P. ? sold by ell druggists. $r: a bottle six bottles .
county executive committee and If a majority of all! the votes cast I .
I teach others the art of Magnetic Healing. Price $10.00. Success guar 1 BROTHERS, T TsW annah G
hereby irsr--uct thrin to nrike are found to be "for state primaries 8Y .
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anteed or money refunded.It ---- -- -- -------

is possible for me to treat all disease successfully by absent treatment. provision for the same. I ," then the said executive Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.

Price of absent treatment ?1.00 per month, always in advance. For further we condemn the present committee shall, in 1902, and i

particulars call on or address me. Consultation free. convict system of this state. thereafter until otherwise instructed

OHice! over R. E. Yonge & Co.'s store. Hours, 8 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 2 p. m. That it is the st'n-lfofthi.! : convention order and prepare for Florida Central &

that: the tst-Ue: should organize the holding state primary elections : t tTMM -.. -
GEO. P. E. ILurr Magnetic Healer.FURNITURE .
a state public road systcui for nominating candidates; Peninsular R. R.

Deals, .it-'la.. and tjat: the convict labor for all state offices, but if, on the .
Y Time Table )Effective November 19th, 1899.
hhou.d be employed' thereon or in contrary, a majority of all the

r some othei manner out of corapotni votes cast at said primary election r:zr.a! :zr3. 10 It l i I cczzllo e 13 I ,U

i ,n with private are found to be "against va' I... = att.3m ii0upm.!S ::= == .
AT COST hunt; :' .. ;! 91, r., ........ ........ Lv'iokonr'Z,. 9Aam BUUpmm 7 pm
y p .., ........
\V I-rrt'as, We bdiethat.. the state primaries, then, and in It Dade City ,j :a." !,lotJll.fIn." ........ ........ Ar&ldwin.Fenn.isl 9 12dm l-pm 9bm 1"-m ....
i ;am 84tVm
.... ""
1. ... .......
wd\:' < r, of the party ;and the best that case, the said executive com- A LvilinterY'rk 11.1wood.--.'-i Siam- _" :Kart... -........ -........ ArM LvAaldtivin" -..... -................ ..-.,.....,..... lO1 -"/,J&m .I.poa

F01..1I 60 luteiesta of all of the people willPdHlOt.d mittee shall in 1902, and there- :', Cr.a:4c....... 81 an 2i1.'r1r.l.;: ....... ........ <:CJenny.City .. ....... ........ll28am.lOlllam 633pm"Lake 982jm
DayWe Apopka.... 1//Ulan: i bm ....,... ........ .. Live Oak.. ........ ........ lU8pmlO m
bd by securing to the after until otherwise instructed, ArTavarti.... U9 am UJJlJI........ ........ 1\ladilOn.\ .. ......... ........ IHlpm 28Uun
........ ........ _
L'\'Tav3rE1i U41saDJ HOpm! . ... .
;'Iontl'p.'lo ., .. .. 8., m 4iom
........ ...... .. ? 11'
denlu:?:ratic pecp'e of Florida a order and for the holding Lf'C3IJar 101s J8ll; 10"",1m: .. Tal4.leI.. ..... ......... S Spm!!
prepare no BOOamQwacy
Ar WiJd'Wood. IU4L'uw! 1.5Jy'n! :.:.:.:.:.:.:.. ? .... ........ ......_. fa9 82&m
will sell our New Furniture at Lost f to make room larger: ; if.fl'K'nay iu the naming of of state conventions for nominating L\-\\ Jdood... Warau I 12:War.. ..,..... ........ J'U'JD ......... ......... 525pm pm jlJ&1D,
? Bel" ''II':Farr luam ........ ........ - -.
for Several Carloads of goods just purchased for which we and the .. cne\v..1..... .. ....... ........
their ptrty: candidates for all state tt.3.! ::1l51aln. : 2; 1ll......... ........ LvB hiwin... !OOOam 8Wpm ........ ........
: t-i1VErSp'il,' '1 Ar Harke. 1fJrlam.IO! (, .. ....
have no room. Following are some of the goods which will shaping< of their party: policies, : officers Haw ehorte.l.5ipu: : : ilium ....... ........ to waldo..ll'smil0il; ipm p m....o... .". ....uu....
.Ar IS aldo ...... Ten a{ISam ..... ...,.... "
positively be sold at cost : tiiMf fore be it resolvtd, I R solved, That we indorse the ? PaJ'h\n. .. SJVpD: 1oam.; ..... ........ -
da,']cionv'le ;! iSawsa
3PI ..
That; our delegates! to the state : course of our representative, Hon.
Handsome Bedroom Suites, Sideboards, Chiffoniers, I 18 U
conventions be, and they are Robert \'V. D.IVIS, in the Congress

Sofas, Lounges, Mattresses{ [finest line in the country], hereby instructed to use all honorable I of the United States and Lv Cedar iie, -j liam: .-...... -....... -........ -- -
Toilet Sets [the most beautiful in town] and 91tca1t : Artt'r. .... IJ !,ar. 3J5Jm: ........ Lv\\"a'dl..... JlOOam 510am 200pm ........
yollcer means to secure the adoption favor his nomination and re- to O.:..: st'a.....ilOrt..a.l; HpmIJ2: ?pm ........ Ar OuT ... 1201pm 4 4Jam: 28trpm ........
articles.Remember. ; .A-'aillo._ !llIIPT: : dPI_ lUpm .. Arch.r ... .. ......... 900am 31bpm ........
by Uleaid convtntion of the election. iv11'ahio..... H7VI; ujam; ........ ........ "CetarKey.. ... ...... 635pm.' .....,.
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btalke. 2J 34.111 ., .
plo Iv1i'aldo. 11 :1am105Upm .... .... ...
we also' have a complete line of following resolution: *.: Signed: E. L. Wartrmnn: Ar r7a1t1N'ln.... 1Upu i(QJIII .., .... ....... Ar IIawthQrna 12 ivpm llapm:: ........ .,..u....;
chairman; D. H. Irwin, E. C. MeI -- .. hHvertp'ng ..... ... ...... ........ ........
First. Tint: the democratic.stJiU' 3 1 21 It Cas .. .. HOpm 115am ........ ........
Second Hand Furniture> I Leod, William Hocker and S. J. .... P./1triew.! 2V'pm: 15Uam ........ ......_
lXt'Chticommittee shall (:Cul1.r. .vYi-crJ'tion -..... -1 1:11n>mloMtm: 'WUdwood 2spm: 240am _........ .........
neri'-.fler: : consist of forty-five ((45)membfis ) "taior Y..... ..... ....... lJbnmlUlpmLvwildwwd .. 24lpm 310am ...,.,.. ........
and come to us to save money.Ve will positively l do II ;:;!ts!:.,;,:?? .. .. 14ij.m:;j 3 ?:JimIArlRf1'Lurg.... 310lJm 43Uam: ........ ........
one from each county, Working 'Night and Day 3iunticeJo. ..::... .:..:.. loo..m Uipm: Tavare .... 3 !pm 5aJam ........ ........
as we say. Slxcii, .n., ...... ... 3.fjpm 6.o:1Im: !Lv Ta1 area ...- 3Jbpm 545am. ........ ........
PrmIAX & '1 1 CI TYIU';. to be chosen by th j dt-mocrats of lire r/a'r... ...... 'iJ'am: c.2r.m! 835pffl Ar A ,oplta..... j2jpm 711Jam(< ........ ........
The busiest and mightiest little It J..lkeCity.. ...... ..:;Iam :J"i-'In' IHupm Cs.z:7.: ...... 5C1lm 821am ........ ........
...... : S'interP'rk .. ........ ........
each clunit or iheir representa !lclIny.; ';. 'ram: 63Jpm: 11Jam : .5'lpm ...:.:.:.:.:.:
_. ._ that made Dr.
....- --- -- -- ----. thing ever was is ArLaulKtu.. t.aJl} 898m: 20Q''nlLvNildwal.. 251&m ....... ........
srz- r1'altlllQ,1'iltt'nt
tivts in this convention, acting King's New Life Pills. Every I.v Galrivs in.. 326p: 41am daym 31.amjAr; >aleGSty... ;J wpm ZJ&m: ........ ........
Colored! Ifrstuiirant A Arl-e.;!! ..I 3bs1t j laIL, i25.m; li 2 am Plant City... Htpm 52.Rm ........ ........
;;{'Il3'The s,( 1)11 itely.Second. pill is a suaar-coated globule of ." ,.e:iiA ..1 !i?:If,; ';wftl..1 91J. Tm 93.'JI\m: It :.:';1. 53Jfnq; 6:1J: am ........ ........
.1Jai.,: ".1Cc., n a.r.
That tbe said executive
Ocala Employment Agency health, that changes weakness Xu H '}h-uuih.Pulman; Car Tamp:1 to Sew York via Jacc9onvllle.0.11 .
\ : : 'I'brough 1't1i11naa S.eelin Car Sew Yolk to Taml'R,vis JackonvUla
M' ''s at all hours; special} low has opened an ollico in tho Milch coisniitlee shall have authority, into strength, listnessness into N'o.2. Th''sbn PulJDl hil--.IDK f Car JacklonnUe to tiew Olens.

rate. by the wet i;. Only first ell Block on Exposition Mreet ana it is hereby\ directed to perfect energy, brain-fag into mental 1'0.1. 4: Throyh Throuh Pulullan Pitl uan:r-iFE,....,JIt;,:';:!Car Car yew rervice Urlrt Jac nA';+(to)D.\ille JliCkJ'l"nlle.Xo. tf, St. Loi8.. via Imk City
1\o. 3. hrougii Pullman *?.. H...,:<'ar s r\l.e fct. Louis to Jaok-sonville,via Lake City.
clan ::olored restaurant on the and will furni>h help of all kn.ds its or :ui'z-ition by electing pow( r. They're wonderful in Fur fUll uiforr a'i'n 'JJ:1pt.--l'f-: >o )ive in rhea condensed schedule! ) apply to your nearest

squat MELISSA\ MACK, in or out of the city. Call or address its own tllicers nom the member building up the health. Only 25:; I 'oe"t D. E.. MAXV or tir'e'u ET.L.General t'a".nger OJnce.e. O hcro, \ET.r.. I fa A.8HIMAX,.... ,

Proprietress. postotTIee box !,o. fit 0'.', or of the sId committee.Third. cents per box. Sold by Garrett: I .........-\(<' -' -:--- -;j'l"iP".2----- ::::. -_-- ; a.:; Atren. AIt 'Hi"'n.P .Ap"lIt.

telephone when ou are in nerd : That: the said executive & Geng Ocala.
} ,
J. Q Hood, justice of thepears
Crosby, Miss., m-xkes the of our services, and jour order committee shall- have authority, I A
'* will J receive protnp att"'ntton. at it>; l pleasure, to nom and appoint RestaurantRestaurant 1
foliotify '.it: atltt: went! : 1 can cor
I. E TniirKixs 1. from it.'. members a "cen- and lunch counter. i f) w
1ut O'lo Mmuto Cough [.tI13(;llSTdt'llhone s sI $f
Cur nl do all that i is claiincu A. D. BIIOOKS 1 f.\ tral committee/ seven: members Meals and lunches at all hours. I j I ; ': ,. E1-IC> Ft-r LINE
Mo. >
tt t .
!' for the: p,'rfo'mance of aDYpurtion I .:
:Special: rates to weekly boarders. ,
for it. :My wife could not pet her i '

beta: u and the first dose of it rf'luwed or all!, of the work of the Also city dray furnished when r To St. Louis Chicago and the Wesi
Uuablo to Work campiign subj 'Ct, however, to desired. ,
her It has also benefited
the penrral supervision and control Through Buffet( Sleeper from Jacksonville to St. Louis via
my whole family." It acts immediately Ch1S. Replo loof; Atwater, 0., Tompkins and wife, propel
t of the said executive com- Plant System leaves Jacksonville at 8 p. m., connecting with
: and was unable to work en accountof etors, 49 South Magnolia street, I
cures couphs, Mobile Ohio's West India the best
mittt'e. the & Flyer, equipped tram
kidney troub'o.' After usins: or postoffice box 862, Ocala Fia.Foley's .
colds la bronchitis ,
gripNc} Fourth. That In the 4outh. For general information, tickets, etc, apply to
the said
asthma and all throat and lun; FOLKY'S KIDNEY Cl a. four dajs I ticket agents of the Plant f System,

troubles. Anti-Monopoly Drug he was cur{'d. Anti-lhtlopoly : con:mittee shall have authority, Honey and Tar C 11. SHEPHERD, L. E. SPENCER, T. F. & P. A.

store. drugstore, Ocala, Fla. I and it i b hereby: directed to order I heals lungs and stops the cough. : Can Pass Agt.. Mobile, Ala. 235 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla

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