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The Ocala evening star

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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I telegraphed this morning that he has I fourth fare round trip June 17, IS and circuit court in and for :Marion county \ .4
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Editor and Business Manager. t.,..-,-......... .:'" -!--" J 4(, I If"...1 ,f! .I'1\ \\ Penn.-Account of republican
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R. R. CARROLL, City Editor. -- ---- 4: a :J. I i -'.:-,...., ,>. ....'jo ,'\... .!fl OL sale June 15th to ISth inclusive, the same being a legal sales day,

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class matter. -: ,, .th .!.\"G All are cordially vlted. yo.f"f." ""::....... '..:, steamer June 12, 15 and IS, limited to hO'lse door in Ocala, Florida, ands
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0/.Ii, !/JJ :"li,I .I (./"".<:,,'"--t-8-"I, \\,...,'.. .June 30, 1000! at $30.05! round trip ll to the highest and best bidder,

F }J,. ..,"' from Ocala. for cash
For f/'ifI7' ". "-... Methodist Church .. !l I\ '. the following real es
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: N'. ",)\// .. J'I Y /: :: '.."r ,:2 Lresburg, Fla.-On account meeting tate in Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
ROSERT W. DAVIS \ .k lr Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. i r'" '.J)..J1f.l\\'Y, < G7 .i i I Four r-- of" ..it"
;; U :...i\?J:' .),l/J I "-.. : i -.;:: i I Sunday; Morning Band, tickets will be acres bounded by Electric street,

: of Putnam /.4..jr-s :* .A .:" ;i; "' 1fACTS Sunday school at 0:30:: a. m. Z11 r;!;,.; : ';1''., 't'\ +.:'. dv.TdcrUV.4J : I od>: Juno G and 7, limited to June 11 south by Main street, west by Spring

GENTLY ON THE Junior! League at :3: p. in. ///ift' T. iii" /'7. 'YT< I !: at one and one-fourth fares round trip. street and South Seminary street,
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Senior League at 4:20: p. m. ,l / @j I j i Summerfiold, Fla.-On account of block 2, range 4, East Spring street
: The "drys" have won In the Orange ""mil =- i. fItslion.
A welcome to all. T. J. -
i- LIVER Nixon
I: county election. KIDNEYS James Lewi!' Surveyor General of i|: district conference A. 51. E. Church. south of Main street; 4 acres bounded

Pastor. Louisiana. i tickets;: will be sold June G. 7 and S atone north by Kelly street, west by J. S.

AND BOWELS Baptist Church Pe-ru-na Drug; MTg; CO., Columbus, 0.: I I and one-fourth fares round trip, Monroe, south by Doll street, north-

Several small but stubborn fights: :; "( lltleml'l-I have used Pi-ru-nafor limited to June 11, 1900.!) cast quarter of southeast quarter, section
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Preaching r)' Sunday at 11 a. m. .1.
show that the Moors have not givenup AN5ES THE SYSTEM 7:4.: short time and can cheerfully recommend .1.I I A. 0. llac-Donell, L. A. Shipman, 20 I township 11, range 23; east .
and
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y 't. I it as being: all ;you represent and t i Gen. Past Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. half of northeast quarter, section 36,
"ar: EFFECTUALLYBuy ; Sunday school at 9: I:: a. m. J. G. wi.-h every man who is suffering with township 11, 23
range northwest
f .. / C"o ,' Spurlin, <,rintendl'nt.I catarrh could know t John Dozier W. W. Condon, ;
of its
sup
r:0'LD. value.
SP great
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Dr. 1 11 R Brown, of Bolleview, hasdispOi D Sor.c ::r r:5 quarter of southeast quarter (except
::"' o G H(, s I Prayer meeting everyVednesday at Should; I at any future time have: occasion i Agent. Ticket Agent.
!d of his cancer sanitarium awl l > G I 5 acres square shape in southwest corner .....
-/f E.P 7o: :: p. m.Visitors. to recommend a treatment of your
will pursue his private practice in fu fEV- 1 ...? I j kind, rest a< tired that yours will bo tho ), section 29, township 11, range
welcome.
are always
ture. OVERCOME5/ "J I one. Jamen Lewi.-;." t ( RA!= 21; east half of northeast quarter and
W. Williams Pastor.
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4B GONS11PATIONITUAL Wherever the catarrh i is, there is sure .. ... r southwest quarter of northeast quar-

The Confederate Veterans at I.ouis-! PERMANENTLY to be :a waste of mucus. The mucus is t I For Infants and Children. ter of northeast quarter and east half

\ille adjourned last night! after mostsuccessful ITS GEl" Grace Episcopal Church precious a* blood.! It is blood, in fact. lira KLiJ! Yen Have Always Bought of northeast quarter of southeast quar-
It
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-"' meeting. The next iwoting BEift(0 f"CTS. I hlo\11'Iama-Illu/xl with tho cor- ter and south half of southeast quarter -

will -be at .Memphis. t1 FICIAl Ef Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. I IHi.-i'b'a: removed. To stop this waste, wars t.llo A.LY1f except 2 acres in square shape In

anti 1 7:3D: p. m., except on third Sun you must s{ka: this eatarrh. .\ course of .,Ift3iguitUTC
THE I GENUINE-J t1 A ti 'F' D BY I I'I : ot' 7Y; / southwest corner: and southeast quar-
days, when the second service is heldat treatment with Pc-ru-na: never fails to
J. .H. Brown. formerly of this office, do this. ter of southeast quarter and 4 acres in
(!m91 NiA fiG SVRVr@ Orange Lake! at 3 p. m. 'I
has a very lucrative position in a big Communion Send for free catarrh book. Address square shape in southwest corner of
everyfirst
Sunday at Straw hats for ladies and
gents
Havana printshop as interpreter and .,tYtKY. g_,.'" rll4otc c."". Cg N .vN.VOA"t[ 11 a. m.Sunday. The Pe-ru-na: l/ruj Manufacturing Co., children at Rheinauer's.A north half of southwest quarter of

proofreader of English and Spanbh.BISMARCK'S TO*tAU U 4U "uc6.:.* FftU JOc FIR Mint. ColumIJus:: O. northeast quarter, section 30, township .
school at 9:30::: a. m.
line 11, range 21; northwest quarter
new of
friendship
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:Seats: free and all are welcome. -
the Surprise Store. of southeast quarter, less 1 acre in
IRON NERVE ANNOUNCEMENTSFor C. M. Gray, Rector. SOUTHERN RAILWAY RATES
I southwest corner, section 30, township
Was the result of his health.
splendid 11. range 24; west half of northwest
Indomitable will and tremendous energy Christian Church Summer Excursions at Small Prices TAX DEED NOTICE quarter of northeast
County Treasurer quarter and

arc not found where Stomach, Summer tickets are now on sale via southwest quarter of northeast
Sunday school at 0:45: ;; a. m. H. C Whereas, J.M. Meffert has quar-
I presentedto
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Liver and Bowels hereby announce niysi If as a candidate for
Kidneys are out of
,. Southern Railway at very; low rates to ter and southeast quarter of southeast
rp-f'I <:tioll tll the orlice; of County Treasurer Groves, superintendent. tax
me certificates Xos. :318, 22Q
hale] !If you want these qualities and of Marion! County; Milject to the aKioji of the the principal resorts in the United quarter and southeast of
quarter
the demoeratleptuty.i Very rt'sl. .*.ctfully. Junior V. P. S. C. K. at 320; p. in. and 327, sale of November 2 success they bring, use Dr. King'sNew I States tickets limited for southwest
\ 11. ( .UIKKI.V.I Miss round trip i quarter and northeast quarter -
Bettie Sharpe Jcader. covering the following land in Marion
Life Pills. They develop! every until October 31 :> of southeast
passage 1000. quarter, less
lO'/ij
Y. P. S. C. 1,. at I
Fla.
p. m. cOt'nty, to-wit: Commencing at
of brain and hereby anm arce myself si!I a candidate for
power body. Only 25;;
The Southern has acres in southwest
issued
the oilk-e! of county treasurer of Marion (Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: ) p. m.. Railway just a point 7.2G chains west of a point corner and 2 acres
cents at all druggists. county !subject to the lu.tiollof democracy a handsome and interesting in square shape in northwest
of the county (;. .. :.STK-I/IKR, Morning subject! : "Paul's Reel*,, : pamphlet 21).i5 chains north of southeast corner corner I.
1-w-w Jilitehton Flu. for Christian describing:: the beauties of the I''of and northwest quarter of southeast
Magnetism. northeast quarter 27-13-21 ; thence
Neglect is the short step:> so manytake "Land of the Sky" the most famous quarter; less 5 acres, section 31, town-
I rf'oIJt.'ctfully announce myself a candidate Hvenin; subject: "The Analysis:: of east 7.01 chains, north 10.S- chains,
from a cough or cold! to consump- for and popular resort in ihip 11, 24 north half of
Marion
trea.-urerof county subject to the summer region range ; northeast -
Faith. This sermon will be followed wet; to right of to Florida Southern
way: -
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action of the democratic
The early use of One Minute Cough party.Tttos. i f '
this country. The !Southern Railway's quarter and west half of southeast '
K.; 1'ASTEl'R. Kuretn.: by a series of Sunday evening sermonson : :I railroad, southward with railroad
Cure prevents consumption.) It is the 1900!) Summer Homes folder has also quarter and southeast quarter of
"
'The! Divinity of Jesus Christ. to pole of
n e: quarter n e quarter of
only harmless remedy that gives immediate just been published. southwest quarter, section 32, town
I am a candidate for the oftiee o[tax/1SI'orfur ; Thayer mooting every Wednesday n e quarter Jess right of way of Florida
results. It cures all throat Marion uIJt.suIJj.t to the Democratic evening. Full information as to routes rates, I II Southern railroad and 3.4G ship 11, range 24; 8 acres in south. 1 1west
chains
that the f
primaries Relieving eastern
only handles remedy that gives im- part"the etc., and also a of either of these : quarter of. southwest
county Ilwultll1l1ut Iran one county C. '\'. 15.: XI. meets :Monday: at 3:20: I copy I north and south by 6.01 1 chains east quarter
and lung), troubles. Children<< all likeit u11i<:t'r. I ask the sUI'IIJrtIf the feopleJOHN I publications: may be obtained by addressing I section 32 township 11, range 24 as
M. JEAHAM. p. m. 'I' and west in northeast corner 22-13-21-
and mothers endorse it. AntiMonopoly .1 W. T. Cosby. Traveling! Past described in deed from Woolhoptcr to
The public Is cordially invited to all t G. Commencing at a point 11.38%
Drugstore. senger Agent 212: W. Bay St., Jacksonville Knecks in Deed. Book GO on page 793;
For ih* LegislatureI services. W. II. Coleman .I chains west of a point 7.19 chains
Florida.Half and west half of northwest quarter of
The season is here for negligeshirts Minister. north of southeast corner of northeast
I announce myself a (candidate" the le;:is- section 33, township 11, 21 east.
and summer suits. Our stock attire subject j to the decision of the democratic Rates Via Southern Railway quarter 27-13-21 ; thence east 11.381l, I range
party. II. .\. :-)11111. il. 1). DISTRICT CONFERENCE Sold to satisfy said! execution and
never was so complete and prices so Anthony, Fia. i chains north 18.31 chains, west 5.25I I
Philadelphia, Pa.-One fare for the : costs:: Perry H. Nugent
inviting. Convenience and comfortwill I chainsouth 3.18 chains, west 1.31: ,
I elf candidate for round trip. Tickets 1 toM June 15, 1C ] Sheriff Marion Florida.
hereby announce nsy- as a The Gainesville district conferenceof I' County,
turn towards chains, south 10
your thoughts our the legi.slatiire tor Marion county, subject to 17 and 18, limited to June 26 account ) degrees; west 7.00
stock and if the action of the democratic party. the Methodist church will meet at chains
will in west 10 degrees north 3.1G
you step you can ;
\\". J. CHAMBERS Orange Lake.At : I Republican National Convention. Sou- !!
be suited at Rheinauer's. Cotton Plant next Tuesday evening ii | chains to right of way to Florida TAX DEED NOTICE
i them Railway has been selected as the j<
and continue through the week. Southern railroad southward with I Whereas, Lucas and Dames have
the of friends, I official route and the delegates will ;
Starvation never yet cur d dyspep request many announcemy I
flf Wednesday will be Missionary Dayand I said right of to P. 0. B. presented to me tax certificates
> a candidate for the legislature,subject I way 11, and I Nos.
this
sia. Persons with indigestion already to the fiction of the democrats! of Marion use line. traveling in a special car. I
are
Thursday will he devoted to Ep- i
upon said certificates has demanded 458 and 459, sale of April 4th, 1900,
county in the primaries. Two daily trains; best service most j'
half starved. They need plentyof \V. K. ZEWA/J..KI. worth Leagues and! Sunday schools. A I ; I II from me tax deeds. convenient schedules dining cars .
wholesome food. Kodol ; ;
DyspepsiaCure good time is expected. Therefore, after the expiration of thirty j''county, Florida, to-wit: East half of
digests) \\hat eat the I candidate I through sleepers. i
you so body respectfully announce myself! a Tht'dt-legates fromthe Ocala church:
southwest
for the ],'gi.laturetubjtct to th.iNiun of the days from, the date of this notice, : quarter and southwest

can be nourished while the wornout.. democratic party: Cu.t>:;l.is I3. MII.I.EB are W. L. Ditto, W. K. Zewadski, M 1. Up-to-dste: Train ServiceIn unless redeemed, it is my intention to I quarter( of southeast quarter, section

organs are being reconstructed. It is I Han anJ.I 11, and northwest quarter of north-
II M. Little and R. McConathy. Delegates
issue tax deed to the said lands.
the I addition: : to its already peerless a I west quarter of section 13, all in town-
only preparation known that will 1
I present my' name as a candidate for the fromVoman's Missionary: Society Dated May 21,19CO. 13 south
legislature, to the action of the democratic service, the Southern Railway has fitted ship ranie 23 east! and upon
instantly relieve and completely cure party subject of Marion county. Mrs. L. Dozier and Mrs. W. R. En- the first class coaches running on S. T. Sistrunk, I said certificate have demanded from

all stomach troubles. Try it if you i .... J. MCCU.LY.For Ft'lJlJwbip. gleby. me a tax deed.Therefore .
trains to the Clerk Circuit Court.
East with lavatories, supplied
are suffering from indigestion. It will ---- after the expiration of
with: towels and soap which thirty days from the date of this notice
certainly do you good. AntiMonopolyDrugstore. Tax AssessorI HELP THE STARVING
make those cars as now equipped unless redeemed, it is my intern
TAX DEEO NOTICE
tion to issue a tax deed to the said
present ir>y name as; a candidate for reelection I equal! in modern appointments to parlor
I to the ollitv of tax assessor; for Marion At the Methodist church tomorrow i I lands. Dated May 10, l&OO.
Iron beds, brass mounted, white or to the action of the democratic cars and sleepers all of which conveniences \\herea-J.) : Mint 'll'l"'f presented to metax
county subject S. T. Sistrunk
,
morning there will be a collection for c-t-rtilic.tt'' Nn T1 y.ae! of April 4 lh es8 covering ,
blue enameled, the finest stock and party. _J. C. MATHEWS being free to first class pas- : the fojj""siug laud in Marion county. Clerk Circuit Court.
the famine sufferers of India. Ale l
I Florida twit: We t half, of northeast quarter
greatest assortment in the county, at I present my name;; a candidate for L ta members and friends are requested to sengers. i i of n'Jrthl.t.t IIUltrtf'rot..ti"lI '_'}. township 13,
assessor!!:; e.r 'Marion ('IIUIlt) stlhj+:kt to th range :!In ea-t. and upn ail certificate has demanded -
!
Mch'crlacKay's. action of the democratic, party i I IJA' bring a contribution for this worthy Trunks and satchels will be a nec- from me* ta..: dee ;. T. L\\cihTKtt, Ocala. The'f'funlft'r theexpiration of thirty days
For two years IraV. Kelley, of cause. T..1. Nixon. essary part of your summer outing. 'from Mie date of this n"tice. unle.rcdtenieti.. easy payments.- No }better or mom
it j i- intention to i--w a tax deed to the durable machine made. Far partlciir
Mansfield, Pa., was in poor health on Pastor. j You will find them to your liking atRheinauer's. KIHI: land luttd May It. Ifeh'\ >I. ;
For County Clerk T MTRISK.Cleik I lars, and to see the machine in daily
.
account of kidney trouble. He consulted i f '
:) (
irciut" urt.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for IT SAVED HIS LEG use, call at this office.
several physicians and
spent re-election to the otlice of county cl -rk,subject ___ __ ____ __ _ ___ _. .
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considerable money for medicines to the action of the democratic* party.
>. T. MsTJn K. P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, (la..,
without obtaining relief until he tried 1 i
su.Tered intensely for six mouths With
Foley's Kidney Cure, and now writes, For Tax Collector 7F:7'E"1: ;? & MacKAY
a trifthtful running sore:; on fits log.
1 desire to add my testimony that it I I hereby announce myself a candidate foireplcftion r
to the ..JUl'!' of tax collector b but writes that P.uckleu's\ Arnicfi
may be the cause of aiding others.:
to the action of the democratic
ject
party.
Salve wholly cured it in ten days.: For
Anti Monopoly Drugstore. K; 1 TIl.\I. \IW.
iI I l'i'crronnds., Burns, Boils. Pain or The loading, Central Florida

1). M. Honey, at the Hole in the Wall I, For Sheriff Piles it's the best salve in the world.

has a !big trade on his: famous !3 centcigar I am a candidate for re-elt-ct'on to tlifoiYiceof I fure guaranteed. Only 23:; cents. Furniture and House Furnishing Dealers.The .

sheriff, !sulijtvi to the action of the democratic !
"Dixie Girl. Sold by Garrett & Ceri Ocala and
mcnt to partyand the vnter.rl'pt'l.tfulIu..kf'of Marion! !! comity.tin-' -ute- all other druggists. ; largest] and most complete brand< new stock of Furniture in

Reports show that over fifteen hundred -
T. H. Xl'uEM.

lives have !been saved throughthe ( suites from the cheapest to 1 the most expensive. Iron, brass

use of One Minute Cough Curt Superintendent of Public Instruction KLEIN & CAMPBELL

Most of these were cases of grippecroup ,, part.IIlt'r..hyannuunc.:suliject to the action.. myself uf the a democratic candid: + ; Have a complete stock of dry goods, trimmed beds. Mattresses, : of all l kinds. Springs; any price.

asthma whooping cough, bronchitis fur re-eleetioji to the otlicc of Mipi-riiiti-nd'-iit i
and pneumonia. Its early use of 1'ul-lic In-fuctii'ii. and rtsn|".ct fully a-k .iI I notions shoes and clothing for men
the Hupiuirt. of the citufii.-of Marion ('lIunt).
prevents consumption. AntiMonopoly \\.D.ORX. I and women, and especially call the attention GREAT ASS RTMENT OF r11t\TTINGS -

l Drugstore.Call of the public to our clothing
For Justice of the PeaceI I

on J. C. :Maughs; city ticket Jim a candidate for relevti to the office stock. We can satisfy you in goods I/ in all jrradi'S] Hngo: and l 1 Portions.l IL'imlsoine Pifturo? ; PiI.tUl'HIotjJ1g: ] ] ?, ]hundreds: of

agent Plant System, Ocala House, for of justice of the and prices. We respectfully ask an
t1' ili-'nct N
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hummer excursion tickets now on sale i tk'ahuandaskthesupportuf i nu friends. design j l ?: Sidr I Hoards( ; Chairs:: beautiful) willows::, dining and] office. Of lice Desks threesizHS.
I inspection of our stock. We will do i
via the Plant System at very low ratesto T. II CltAWKOlUi.For the resL Klein & Camj; ;o l. I :. Uaby. C'arriagi'S; ( and Go-Carts. hi fart anything i i in Furniture. \\'o have three

the incipal points and resorts in dhmber of School BoardI --- II I big floor! .< !ill..d! with 1 l Furniture.Ve !ha\v all l kinds( of [1,IIoloteriugrattrc, :; I a; Making, '

Noith Carolina Virginia, etc. Tickets a candidate for re-election I skilled)
to Ult'mh"'r COLD DRINKS Picture l Framing.!! Kudon 1\. : \\'fll'kllWll.1Vagons / .
ship} on the Board of Public In.trueti.Hlfrlm
limited
for the
round
trip .
passage un-
district No.3, sutij ct to the democratic primaries -
til October :31. Complete informationmay ,and solicit the'supp'trtof my friends. p V
Respectfully B I. DC LI. John Pelot and brother are serving
be obtained also literature and \ Etc.re
Buggies arness
excellent cold drinks, milk shakes.fruits. I .
"Summer Homes" folders, giving full I 9 ,
For candies and cigars in the little
particulars about the best hotels, County SurveyorI I

boarding; houses etc. am a cautida'"' for th- ortiee of county I room between the Teapot Grocery andTydings' \ }have l the onlv' I.-.n-ilute stock of Wagons.: Huggie> ? and Supplies 1 for same, Harness,

Backache should never be neglected.It surveyor democracy of Marion (c.unu.J. U.Mil-ji'ct MOEKHEAD.to the I Drugstore. Call on them. Saddles, I Kok's: 'Etc. j in town. Bui IdeI'Iatel'ial: : of all kinds. Wall Paper) Paints
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means kidney disorder which if allowed ond Oils.) 1: Complete Undertakers' and! Embalmers'} Department) entirely separate.)
Unless food is digested quickly it
to run too long, may result in For County JudgeI Write or call on
. will ferment and irritate the stomach.
Bright's disease, diabetes or other se-
am a candidate for -elect,,n to office! After each mfal take a teaspoonful of
rious and often fatal complaints. Foley's of county IJruloUt.Jutl t-, ,.ul.j.t to tin- :-up- I I
port of the democracy. K Kodol Dyspepsia: Cure. It digests Mclver
BILUK.E.t i I and
Kidney Cure makes the kidneys( MacKayOCALA
what and will allow
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well. Take nothing else. AntiMonopoly -
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Those new sash buckles at Burnett's pepa) It !j... !jjlHa-! ant to take. YS'I

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THEY WERE BUSINESS MEN :Y I I I II TEACHERS' TRAINING SCHOOLAn 1! YOU ONLY LIVE ONCESo


you'd better enjoy it. And EDWARDS BROS.! :

The Members of the County Demo- y/ Institution Which the Pedagogues nothing is more comfortable or enjoy ,
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cratic Executive CommitteeThe I yI Should AppreciateTo able in Ladies' Summer Footwear than <

Democratic Executive Committee y' Teachers and School Officers: those extension edge, welt sole Oxfords CITY MARKET .1 I P

met this morning in the court This means is employed to notify :you on cur Rugby last, of which

house at 11 o'clock and was called to that a summer training school for we've been !
telling you so much lately. THE LEADING WHOLESALE'
''I order by the new chairman, N. M. All- white and colored! teachers will be .lF

red, who presided with fairness and opened at Gainesville Monday, June $3 IS THE PRICE
AND RETAIL BUTCHERS :: I
dignity. W. W. Clyatt, that prince of Z 18, for the benefit of the teachers of
and they'll last you a long time. Buy i
secretaries, took the notes of the meet- Alachua and adjacent counties. r 4
and their Western Meats Fish and Cedar Key Oysters ?I
In?. The term of the school will be eight early get full benefit.All ,

Eighteen precincts were represented. weeks, if the attendance will justifyits sizes in stock.J. Received every Day. .1j,1

The rules governing the holding continuance for that length of time.
M. NEELY, Choice Florida Meats Celery and All Other : I
of the primaries of two years ago were A MAN MIGHT Attendance is restricted to actual

adopted with but very little change. Buy a very ordinary teachers, or to persons preparing to Merchants' Block. Vegetables In Season : t

July 21st was set for the day on which article for himself, but when it teach, over fifteen years of age. t

the first primaries will be held and comes to confectionery that he THE HEWITTS FOUND GUILTY FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108 ,1 I

August 1th the day for holding the wishes to present to some one, the Board t

best is hardly good enough.A '
second very-
primaries. Board can be had in town at reasonable The Hewitt brothers, on trial in I
There was considerable discussionas single trial of our candies will Established Jan. 17, IS"7
rates. Teachers preferring it can Jacksonville for the murder of their

to whether inspectors:: of the precincts easily prove that they are good get board in the East Florida! Semi 1 brother-in-law, J. T. Johnson, in Brad- MUNROE AND CHAMBLISSBankers :
should be paid $1 per day or enough for the most pamperedtaste. .1
nary barracks at $10 per mouth. They ford county two years ago, have been
not, but it was finally decided in the af .
will be to furnish bed linen
required found guilty-Lum and Dick Hewitt of
Money and experience cannot
firmative. towels and table napkins. Apply to J. murder in the second degree and Moss I
The assessments for make better confectionery than .
following candidates
W. Wideman, Gainesville. Hewitt of being accessory before the 0C 7 L7 FLORID ,
to defray the expenses of hold- we sell, and you can always get
fact. a(
ing the primaries, were made: it fresh. T. W. TROXLER. Books and Course of Study Receive Deposits Have Money to Loan't'

For the legislature, $3.
PREVENTED A TRAGEDY
Those attending will carry such TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. f
County Jerk: $25. AN INCORPORATED COMPANYThe .i:
Tax collector, sheriff, tax assessor I books as they may have, the course being Timely information given Mrs. Small Accounts Receive the Same Attention as Large Ones .
to the of
arrange require purchase
and tax collector, each, $20. Carmichael & Son Company is : as few books as possible. A copy of .George Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, Support Your Home Bank.MRS.LT.TOMPKINS. ,
County judge and superintendent of applying for a charter. The articlesof i prevented a dreadful tragedy and f
the syllabus containing course of ,
schools each, $10. incorporation are quite lengthy and saved two lives. A frightful cough
i study printed in pamphlet form will
Justices, members school board and i are being published in the Dunnellon had long kept her awake every night.
be furnished each student, and will be
constables, $1 each.It Citizen. The incorporators are Harry She had tried many remedies and doc-
reasonably adhered to by the instruc-
is estimated that this assesmentwill Leavengood, Elmore Davidson, and tors, but steadily grew worse until

aggregate a little over $300 and Ed Carmichael, and the officers will be tors. urged to try Dr. King's New Discov Has Just Received and Opened

the rule is that no candidate's name George Carmichael, president, and Ed Object ery. One bottle wholly cured her, and THE FINEST LINE OF l'

be printed on the official ticket until Carmichael, secretary and treasurer. The primary object is not merely she writes this marvelous medicine

the assessment is paid. The $06(; now The business of the company will be assist persons to obtain teachers' cer- also cured Mr. Long of a severe attackof .1
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in the treasury, from the last primaries the conducting of a general mercantile tificates, but to develop in them a pro Pneumonia. Such cures are posi- Fiencli Pattern Hats

,j was ordered returned to the business, bottling and handling of so- I fessional spirit and to increase their I I tive proof of the matchless merit of

defeated candidates of two years ago, da waters and other drinks, buying knowledge of the science and art of this grand remedy for curing all

in pionortion to amount assessment.On and selling real estate, etc. teaching. throat, chest and lung troubles. Only

motion of Mr. Ayer, seconded by CooperationThe 50 cents and $1. Every bottle guar- EVER\ BROUGHT TO OCALA :

Mr. Wartmann.'only white men will be antce-1. Trial bottle 10 cents at Garrett
DO YOU NEED AN ELECTRIC BELTDr. -
county school officers in each of My stock of goods for Easter and the summer is the finest and -3
allowed to participate in the prima
and all other .
&: Gerig's, Ocala,
the counties for which this school i is I most complete in the city. An invitation to visit my store and .

ries. I J. Newton Hathaway has per' established will please encourage the drugstores. view the most exquisite French designs in art Is extended to the
Nominations for registration officer
fected an electric belt which he is pre I
teachers. ladies of Ocala and Marlon county.
attendance of their
were made from the floor. D. M. Bar- 1 pared to furnish to all patients who HICKORY STOVE WOOD

t-o, the present incumbent, J. D.Fergusou need it, at a nominal charge. Writeto Faculty Yours for elegance and style in millinery, :

and \V. O. Massey were placed in J. Newton Hathaway, M. D., 25 Bryan Prof. J. W. Wideman, of Gainesville, Having now taken the managementof MRS. L. T. TOMPKINSFRENOH J
nomination. Mr. Barco received the
stove wood business ourselveswe
street, Savannah, Ga. Principal; Prof. F. H. Ellis, of Hampton our J
recommendation on the first ballot, the schedule of rates below
Miss Madge I). Ice, of Palatka, name :
vote standing Barco 14 and Ferguson OCALA MUSIC CO. and Mrs. Ella La}.'. Hamilton, of One cord (J 28 cubic feet packed or MILLINERY STORE

S and the secretary was instructed to Gainesville. 200 cubic feet thrown in), $2.50. I

ask the governor to appoint Mr. Barcoin A new line of Columbia, Crescentand One load, thrown in ((65 cubic feet), S
compliance with the wishes of the I TransportationThe
85 cents.
Hartford Bicycles, 1900 model, SPECIAL
committee. just received. Also lamps and bellsin usual l reduced railroad rates will One load, packed in ((63 cubic feet), .
After only a little more than an be and teachers $1.25.
abundance. no doubt granted, are
hour's time, the meeting adjourned, be- advised to take receipts when pur- Delivered in town. Cash on deliv 1 i

ing one of the shortest and most harmonious GRAPHOPHONES chasing their tickets. ery. Parties owning a team wishing

ever held. The committeewill William N. Sheats, wood for their own use can get it at BARGAINSt

meet again on the day after the State Superintendent of Public In- the factory at the rate of $1.75 per
A complete line of Graphophones at
primaries. struction.For cord or one cent per cubic footloose
$3;) and upwards and a large supply of
and two thirds cents cubic JtF
or one per
records. Your inspection invited. particulars, address Prof. Jno.

THE MODERN BEAUTY Ocala Music Co. W. Wideman, Principal, Gainesville, foot packed by the load. THE BOSTON STORE 1

Thrives on good food and sunshine, Fla. Orders can be placed at our office by i

with plenty of exercise in the open air. Phone No. 8 or by mail, Box 727.
SAVE YOUR VEGETABLESBug
Her form glows with health and her ., Rim & Spoke Factory, In Boys' and Men's White Tennis DaIs I
r/.i:., t./-'---.r, ",'"'I-'='! face blooms with its beauty.: If her I''fm ,, JW-.T'7' ;; 'ilJf
'tE'.t"t. J'/lf/I''fl. )
is destruction to all ;. ';" ,
Death sure ; ',/,'\ :>"" I" ,.\"r,... :_.'r->. 7,
system needs the cleansing action of a ; ,, ''"\ )\v: ?! I i1',y" 9t
plant-eating insects, and a fertilizer.It 1U"i ft 1.1."J//, & ? ,
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laxative remedy, she uses the gentle is non-poisonous. J. B. Sutton, 28 i1, "f.d t:.,"II':!lII"'" "tIog.J'! 'l i"JJ'1tf! :( !:!'i-!':!tf/- !, C. & P. EXCURSION TO TAMPAAn Piques, Lawns, Organdies, Madras, and Everything in the.

and of Figs, made by of and Dress Goods
pleasant Syrup and 30 Exposition street, State Agent. -, Line Dry Cheaper j i
the California Fig Syrup Co. only. I IM 'M!|\' ",,1'1'" !, i1'-1,"'. I; ';',' 'rrn I '" ,, .n,, excursion will be run via F. C. Than Ever Before
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V.T,:"'n\\\l.\t\ I''i." "" | ,i' II i i
I ; & P. to Tampa June 16th at $2 round
LOTS IN JULIETTEWe ''
PIANO FOR SALEA Wfelr: J. trip. Tickets limited returning to TIlE BOSTON STOKE, OCALA, FLA. J 1,
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June 18.
have a few choice lots in Juli- ,
fine, new instrument for ale on {,<: V' Mrs. Hick's old stand. 25 South Magnolia street. 1 l lI
ette for sale. J. H. Livingston & Son,
easy terms. Apply at this office RUBBER TIRED BUGGIESWe ,
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agents. I / 4\

Remember we sell all Wanamaker & I i \ \X\ have a stock of rubber tired, ball
A THROUGH SLEEPERVia \
Brown Clothing and Furnishing I bearing buggies and carriages, whichwe The "TO.d.oOrE"eAS"SK"! RefrigeratorSOLID 1 It

Hoodat Philadelphia prices deliv have just added to our complete
the F. C. & P. From Tampa to New VERY CONSPICUOUSShoes
ered. The Ocala Bazar, Gadson. York and up-to-date stock of buggies, car- OAK GOLDEN OAK FINISH With or Without Water Tank

are riages, wagons, harness, saddles, etc.
Beginning June 2 a through sleeper With White Enameled' Provision Chamber. With Nickeloid Provision Chamber j
Cycling has its ups and downs. After always very conspicuous and it pays Standley, Cranford & Co. With White Enameled Provision Chamber and Tank. With Nickeloid Provision Chambernd Tank. it
will be operated from Tampa to New
the downs, use Banner Salve if to wear good shoes. It pays to have
York via F. C. & P. and Seaboard Air
you're cut or bruised. It heals the your feet trimly dressed, if there is a Hammocks, mosquito netting, lace ; -- cc "is the only refrigerator ar

Burt quickly. Anti-Monopoly Drug Line to Richmond and double daily hole in the inside of your glove. curtails, window shades, at Rhein 1. The T 0'AoDrE I roreASaSIt that
trains Jacksonville to New
store. through I We sell a shoe at $2 which we think auer's. el will keep food free from contamination. Fresh food J
York via same route. Trains 10 and '
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14 making connection, No. 14 carry- have them in ladies' shoes, both high.I S :.f : ', odorous fruits and provisions, as invariably occurs J
sleeper. I
through
lilll ing and low black and tan, and in gents' I c' ,. ; f a< # a with other so-called refrigerators. '
f- it.cif1 I also. Calf or vici kid, lace or con- 1 41 _' t., ;$:

,1 --I II ORANGE SPRINGS NORMALThe gress. Give me a call at the old stand.G. II ,- .t. j'' u 1 CA e f\n r x I 1 M o A C II C"" Js built btrictly
y .
A. Nash. t.1 ''I ..' ( ) The upon scientificprinciples
I ": I II fall term of our training and _I' \ ., '! and consequently is a Scientific Preserver .

business school will open on June 18 QUICK RELIEF FOR ASTHMA J !I I'\:: t !:. of Food. The circulation of air Is M i erfectly ,

and continue ten weeks, closing August .. .r 4!I ;5. i J : :' ::; r # arranged that odors are carried off and out f
24. Special advantages in book- 1 Rt i and do not in contact with the ice as in all
: come
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Miss Maude Dickens, Parsons, Kan., :+.;:::;; r: -I
keeping and shorthand. Cheap boardin writes: "I suffered eight years with W other Refrigerators. .a f
ii families. Address4t
private l
asthma in its wok st form. I had sev- .
J. H. Brinson, Principal. the last and : r_ If van art in 1e,1f a Kffrigerator,cr if your*if olJ and untatitfaelorv toll and rtt
eral attacks during year oiir stock c/lne"Odorless" et'tit if you Jo not tart to buy NOW it mitt interfft you
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and was not expected to live through : a1 '
CHEAP FOR CASH I """UUCT\IIIU I'f THE KEYSER MANUFACTURING CO., CHATTAN000&T.ENN.
them. 1 began using Foley's Honey
Cr're rrJ H'.SEST EXCLUSIVE MAKERS QF OAK REFRIGERATORS IN TMu WORIO
Small house and third of an acre and Tar and it has never failed to give .1

of land near city. Apply at this office. immediate relief." Anti-Monopoly LIST FLORIDA ICE MANUFACTURING[ COMPANY l (Ocala, Fla.) AGENTS ,...
THE BEST SERVICE
Drugstore. ,

Headquarters for men's Banister And the finest food in the city is to be

ICE CREAM.n shoes-for style, durability and price LOST had at the YONGE AND FRASIER

large or small quantities for the entertainment they have no equal-at Rheinauer's.All Child's silver bracelet with follow- Railroad Restaurant

of many people or the ing bangles attached: Three hearts ;ZY ELECTRICAL AND BICYCLESUPPLIES
who suffer from piles will be Every seasonable dainty is on the
pleasure of an individual.And two animals and two bells. Return
glad to learn that DeWitt's Witch Ha- bill of fare. The Roasts, Steaks, Chops jt
there is no uncertainty about to this office and receive reward. j
zel Salve will give them instant and and otherdishe s are of fine flavor and \
its quality. It is the best that can be t
permanent relief. It will cure ecze- satisfying substance Nowhere else All Kinds of Repair Work Done
produced by skilled hands from fresh, Wash suits for men and childrenat '
ma and all skin diseases. Beware of can you dine so well for Promptly JI
pure and rich country cream and high Rheinauer's.C .
grade fruit flavors. counterfeits. AntiMonopoly Drug- Fifty CentsFoley's -/I-a?: : OUVK, ORIENT, LITTLE JO

store. ..!:1'- .;j .\:' .A.. AND ELFIN f
We serve pure fruit flavors from .. Tr, .-, v" ," 'I.of I. '''' .. JUVENILE WHEELS f
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cur fountain. All of the latest" drinks. The place to buy patent medicinesat ,; :t: cL 'Zi'ii Kidney Cure

Dame, the Cream Man.: cost is at Garrett & Gerig's. s. /. 'I makes kidneys and bladder right Montezuma Block, Ocala, Florida.
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r I p DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED I RENTED THE CLUB HOUSE I

R. D. FULLER OCALA OCCURRENCES !! by local applications, as tK> car.noireach I

DENTISTOffice I J. E. Bargainier has rented the ClubHouse Vital aUQBtism .
the diseased portion of the ear.
D a I and will open it as a restaurant
There u only one way to cure deafness

Ov3rf&oY3ns'NaiionaE2iiOCALA Room mouldings. R. A. Hall. and that is by: constitutional rem- about the 10th.

I Painting and kalsomining. R. A. edies. Deafness is caused by an Inflamed Directed by a scientific training of the mind is the power I use in curing my

FLA.DEN'rAL Hall. condition of the mucous liningof John G. Law, Jr., graduated this patients of all known diseases, without the use of drugs or surgical Instruments.

the Eustachian Tube. When this year from Davidson College Davidson, ,

Baseball: goods at the Surprise tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling X. C. He and John F. Dunn will spend CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
J. E CKACE
Store. sound or imperfect hearing, and I' their vacation with their parents at

when it is entirely closed deafness Is Dr. Law's summer home \Valhalla, Among the many diseases I am treating successfully arc Rheumatism, t
SURGEON Professor Green of Rc-lleview. is in i
the result, and unless the inflamma- IS. C. Constipation, Diarrhea, Pulmonary Troubles, Urethral Stricture, Piles, Malignant --

Office Upstairs Commercial Bank BId;; thc city. tion can be taken out and this tube re- Growths, Sexual Disorders, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Female Troubles Dyspepsia :
Mrs. Judge Barton, Mrs. C. C. Todd's
Patent medicines at cost at Garrett stored to its normal condition, hearing Impaired Memory, Deafness, Nervous Prostration :Morbid Fear of
sister, called home to Inverness
OCALA I'LOKIDA will be forever nine was Disease and Tobacco Habits.
& Gerig's. destroyed ; cases Liquor, Morphine "<
yesterday to care for her two children,
out of ten are caused by catarrh,
TERMS ASH Fruit Jar Rubbers at the Ocala Lazar which is nothing but an inflamed con- who are ill with the measles.C. I AM A SPECIALIST IN KIDNEY TROUBLES.

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Uadson. dition of the mucous surfaces.We W. Whitesidos, chief clerk at the I will make a reasonable price to cure any disease. Full pay If cured.

W. C. BULL Matting in the latest patterns at will give One Hundred Dollarsfor Ocala House, left yesterday for Homo- Half pay i if effectually relieved. No pay if no relief. -

any case of Deafness: caused by
sassa, to remain
over Sunday.
l Rheinau:r's.
30NTRACTOS AND BUILDER catarrh) that cannot be cured by ALL DISEASES TREATED WITHOUT EXPOSURE.I a.

Men's and Boys' Crash Suits at Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- E. C. Smith, who has been (in Illinoisfor
Ocala Fla. teach others the art of Magnetic Healing. Price $10.00. Success guaranteed
Rheinauer & Co.'s. lars, fre<* the past two weeks looking after

r E I'LANS, e.tiniatis; and specifications P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. the estates of his late father and unJ J' or money refunded. f
Fresh peaches, tomatoes and pIne- It is possible for me to treat all disease successfully by absent treatment. f
: cle, returned home yesterday.Mrs. .
Sold 75c.
furnished piomptly and at short no- by druggists,
apples at Troxler's. Price of absent treatment, $1.00 per month, always in advance. For further t
tice. Special attention to local Hall's Family Pills are the best. .
f Finch's pretty pony team be- particulars call on or address me. Consultation free;
work. Mail communications promptly County Allen, of McIntosh -
Commisioner came frightened yesterday and ran Office over R. E. Yonge & Co.'s store. Hours, S to 11 a. m.; 1 to 2 p. m.
I attended to by the Old Reliable is in the city. Weather Forecast for Central Florida away. The phaeton was pretty badly

W. C. Dull. demolished and Chester Finch sus- G P. E. HAHT : Healer. ,
Save money on patent medicines by (Courtesy of Postmaster Groves) tained some slight scratches. ] O. Magnetic .. t t
buying of Garrett & Gerig.
Jacksonville, June 2.-Fair: tonight
cala, F' la.
Piano Tuner Boys' Knee Pants, 50 cents per pair, all Sunday, except local showers in MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR

at Rheinauer & Co.'s. I extreme north portion. Moore. .

Regulates the Liver, Stomach, Bowels
Gents' furnishing goods in endless PETER INGRAM
DECORATION DAY and KidneysFor
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tr Pianos and Organs tum-d; regulated variety, at Rheinauer's.For .

and repaired! in a first class: manner, biliousness, constipation and
Sale-A new piano. Easy pay- The Daughters of the Confederacy malaria. :Mterchant Tailor
and all work guaranteed. Special
ments. Inquire at this oflice. have arranged to observe DecorationDay
For indigestion, sick and nervous
rates by tho year. Also make a specialty on Thursday, June 7. Major Gen- *

of repairing fine violins and guitars Why don't the boys have more ball eral t;. M. Law, commanding the Flor- headache.

games:: ? Is the enthusiasm dying out? ida division of the United Confederate For sleeplessness, nervousness, Merchant's Bank] Building.I .
W. S. Pike, heart failure and nervous prostration.For .
Veterans, will be the orator of the day,
P. 0. Box Gal: Ocala, Fla. Call at Rheinauer's and inspect their fever, chills, debility and kidney
with Col. Jno. Martin, our honored have received a large and nobby assortment of Trous
variety of negligee shirts at popular diseases. take Lemon Elixir.
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prices. fellow .citizen, in charge of the cere Ladies, for natural and thorough or- erings and Suitings suitable for the coming seasons at pricesto
monies.A
OuALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP
ganic regulation, take Lemon Elixir. suit all tastes.: t tI
L. L. Meigs, the substantial mer- full program of the exercises will
Solicits and Fifty cents and $1 a bottle at drug- have added line
your patronage guarantees to Tailoring Department a ofGents'
I chant of Orange Springs, was in town be published in this paper within a my
tho best work. Clean and attractive gists. \
SC.L1RFS and TIBS will
today.( few days.:: Furnishings
.. shop; skillful workmen. Prepared only>y Dr. H. Mozley, At-
be a specialty up-to-date styles. Gold Studs warranted for
Geo. F. Williams, Proprietor. Orangeade at the Anti-Monopoly lanta, Ga. ,
The Misses :Mayo, who have been attending
and I
Sleeve
Drugstore. Made from ripe Florida twenty years, Collar Buttons Links. carry a
college at Washington, I). C.,
I oranges. Gratitude good stock of Umbrellas at low prices.
: will spend the heated term in the

mountains of North Carolina visiting Dr. H. Mozley-Dear Sir: Since -- ,
I Rheinauer is headquarters for shoes
"D D relatives and will return home to using your Lemon Elixir I have never
u i in all new styles for men, women and
children. Ocala in the fall. had another attack of those fearful

sick headaches, and thank God that I Something Important

Cur'eDigests Extract of Malt gives strength.Sold Fire screens, oak or bamboo frames, have at last found a medicine that will

Dyspepsia at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Ten doth bund painted and very hand- cure those awful spells.

cents a bottle.W. some. The finest and most beautifulline Mrs. Etta W. .J ones.

what you eat.It of couches, also single and bed Parkersburg, West Virginia. ON- Oil ABOUT JUNE FIRST, 1900,

:utiliciullydikr" tstjio food arid aids F. S. and R. L. Steele, of North lounges, at Mclvcr\ & MacKay's.Miss \ .

Nature in :street hen iiitf and recon I Carolina, cotton mill owners, are at Mozley's Lemon ElixirI
will South First Street next
I to
Kate Mitchell has returned on
structintftlis exhausted digestive or I the Ocala House. suffered with indigestion and dys- open ,
alls. It is t helate'tdisetered digest" from Summerfield and is visiting her
I entery for two long years. I heard of Dr Frederick's office
an .
ant and tonic. JSo[ other preparation Will exhibit this week the newest sister, Mrs.\ J. W. Davis. : ,
can :approach: it in elli'iency. It instantly Lemon Elixir; got it; have taken
creations in summer Neckwear at thei
relieves and permanently cures I Men differ on politics, religionor seven bottles and am now a well man.

Flatulence Dyspepsia; ,, Indigestion Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Nausea,, I I I i Ocala Bazar, Gadson. finance may, but all who have tried Harry Adams. AUCTiON AND COMMISSION' 1.

and I Banner Salve are agreed as to "its Xo. 1731 First avenue, Birmingham,
Hick IIeaihclipGastriIiria'nunps: Frank and Johnlathe's have purchased -

all other rcsultaof: imperfectdigostion.PrU'oDOc.snidfl. I a fine piano from Ludden & worth for cuts, burns sores, piles and Ala. House. Parties wishing to dispose of
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Il.f''ontaitn tlmeasniullske.liokziHaxutdy&iMThitmailed
Llr {' :
I Bates, of Jacksonville.Our skin diseases. It's the most healing

Prepared i by E. C. DzWITr 4 CO; Chicago fret; medicine in the world Anti-Monopoly Mozley's Lemon Elixir household and kitchen goods or real estate

line of purses is complete, andwe Drugstore.Mrs. Cured my husband, who was afflictedfor
Auti-Monopol! lniy..toie; Ocala, Fla. invite your inspection at an early 1 I years with large ulcers on his leg, A\ ill find it to their advantage to place the
It. R. Carroll accompanied her II
date. Garrett & Gerig. I and.as cured after using two bottles
sister, Mrs. Ilarasaur, to St. Petersburg ; in hands.
; and cured a friend whom the doctors same, my

:Mrs. Robeit Taylor and children left this afternoon where they willspend ; had given up to die, who had suffered -

i r 1 ilN + yesterday for Eustis to visit Mrs. Clif- a few weeks with their father. for years with indigestion and Auction every Saturday Night, Rain or
I
ford, Mrs. Taylor's mother. \Ve are making special low pricesin nervous prostration. Shine."T.. 0 MASSEY & Co.

I Crockery, fine decorated), fine plain Mrs. E. A. Beville. -
You should. see our 2.jc; Straw Hats
fr blue at the Woodstock, Ala F -- --- -
the - -
white and royal ware -- ------ ----
Qe for men and boys. Regular price else-
Ocala Bazar, Gadson.
'I \\lu-ie ;,0c and 75c. The Ocala Bazar,
A Card AU our Patrons
Gad (jn.I J. G IlagnO'l. formerly in the wood
For and sick headache, in-
and rock business in Ocala, but nowa nervous
I Miss: Sallie Dell who has been vis- biliousness and constipation
-
digestion
the St. John'sriver
turpentine operator on
itill'. Virginia for the past six or Are Delighted
& ; (of which I have been a great suf-
.
'' .F h is in town on business.See
ti. eight months, returned home resterI -
: j ferer) I have never found a medicine

I I day. the new shirt waist sets at Bur that would give such pleasant, promptand With the rich flavor, tenderness, succulence and general

Do not forget when you are leaving I I nett's. permanent relief as Dr. H. Moz-\ high grade excellence of my prime meats, and all my

town for the summer to have the Star, ley's Lemon Elixir. J. P. Sawtell. customers are connoisseurs in steaks, chops and roasts. ;
Cantaloupes are beginning to appearin Publisher Morning Call, Griffin, Ga.
LIPPMAN 6i OS.. Prcprie'ors, daily or weekly, as you prefer, accompany
the local market. Dame had themon
Druggists, Lippiran's Block. SAVANNAH M. you.Mrs. sale yesterday.We It is Gratifying 1

Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fir .
OPEN ALL NIGHT
u___ ____ : Thomas Sexton and children To know that my efforts to cater to the tables of tho j
crate of
have just opened a big
TAX DEED NOTICE are visiting at Cotton Plant, from critical is successful and as I am an expert judge of
fancy decorated Crockery and Royal We have a night phone, number 73, 1

whence they will proceed North for Blue Pitchers. At the Ocala Bazar, and render willing service at any hour incuts, I will serve the best in the land at the most -j

\\'hcrl'ls11'3.: F. L. :Mayo has presented the summer. G a son. I of the night. Ask your physician to reasonable 1 prices. -

to me tax certificate Xo. 233. I call us. Garrett & Gerig 5
The greatest line of fine fancy Hosiery -
city sale of September Cth, 1.S97. city in the city. Also all the new Jumeau, manager of the Laurent will PostofSce Drug Store.Don't T.W. DAVIS CITY MARKET 21
Floral
,
of Ocala, covering the following; laud Phosphate mines at City I
shapes in Ladies' Fine Sailor Hats just .
leave at an early date for a month'svisit -- ------- --- ---- -
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in Marion Honda, to-wit: ,
county the Ocala Bazar Gadbon. medicines before -
opened at buy your patent
Commencing at a. point 11.72: chains to his old home in Paris. first calling on Garrett & Gerig.

cast of and C.32 chains: eou'h of northeast Mrs. Fox, who recently came here made those I OCAlA LUMBER co. I IIs
Fatal mistakes are by They are the people who are selling"patents"
coiner block 35; Caldwell's addition from Fruitland Park, was called to
who do not heed the earjier symptomsof at cost. .
south 4il: chains, east 6.321:! I that town yesterday by a telegram kidney or bladder trouble that often

chains, north !S.07 chains, west 2.1G stating that her husband was dying. diabetes. Take your meals at Mrs. Anthony's furnish
end in Bright's disease or at all times prepared% to roughor
chains, tenth 3.1C: chains, west S.ltJ makes the Ladies' and Gents' Restaurant and
L. chains, and upon said certificate has Fifty cents will stop your having When Foley's Kidney Cure Oyster Parlor near Mclver & Mac- lumber in quantity desired I
it is to
chills and fever. You ask. how? Because Kidneys well, how foolish I planed any
demanded from tax deed.
me a Kay's. fl
it will buy one bottle of Gar- DELAY. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.D. .
t Therefore, after the expiration of I
rett's Chill Tonic. Garrett & Gerig's Mattings-Arrived, a hundred rolls INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTY
W. Mclver Tuskegee Ala.,
thirty days from the date of this notice ,

unless redeemed, it is my inten- Drugstore. wroteOur: child's bowels were pacing and fifty designs at Mclver & Mac If in need of anything in oath line, write to or call on us. Factory opposite "

tion to issue a. tax deed to the said ; Claret ice at Garrett & Gerig's fountain I oi pure blood and all prescrip- Ka/'soGo Plant System depot. Mill near Montague. !

lands. Dated May 2$, 1900.S. I I is cooling, these hot days; in fact !t tions failed' to relieve her until we to the Montezuma Barbershopfor

T. Sistrunk, I I the ices that they are putting across tried Teethina (Teething Powders), first class work. P. C. Davis, pro- OCALA LUMBER COMPANY i .

Clerk Circuit Court. I I and she is now doing well.
the counter hit the thirsty spots. Remember prietor. Telephone! Ocala Florida 1]

the place. 1J
The Chinese!' ask. "How is your
Mclver & MacKay have just received -
DEED NOTICE
TAX Mrs.: McGrath and niece. Miss Ger- liver?" instead of "How do you do?" and have attractively displayed

Whereas, Mrs. Mary Webber has i I tru'le Pereda. left today for the North I for when the liver is active the health I i; one of the handsomest lines of hammocks I Ik Bailey-Lebby Company

presented me tax certificate Xo. i! to spend the heated months at Mrs. is good. DeWitt's Little Early Risersare I ever seen in the city.

1081, sale of April! 4th, 1SOS covering Mc-Grath's pleasant summer home on famous little pills for the stomach I .

, tho following land in Marion county, the lakes. and bowels. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I Rheinauer leads in wash goods. CHARLESTON S. C. :
l Fresh mullet and bottom fish everyday ,
Florida, to-\vlt: Orange Grove tracts
Xos. 131: and 132, Silver Springs Park, One of our new Ties will brighten Baby Talcum Powder, borated and '!I on ice at William Tucker's stall,
I 10 cents box at the AntiMonopoly (- & t
old suit and make new perfumed a Supplies
10 acres, and upon said certificate has up your your No. 8, city market. Machinery.

demanded from me a tax deed. one look better. At the Ocala Lazar, Drugstore.A .

Gadson. Sawdust delivered to any part of Brass Goods, Fittings, Nails, Belting, Injectors, Shovels, Picks,
Therefore after the expiration of fatal policy is to neglect a backache I Iron, Pipe, :
the city at 50 cents per load. Seymour .-
thiity days from the date of this notice I Nunnally's candies, always fresh, I or other sign of kidney trouble. II & Smith. Phone 23.: Wheelbarrows and Link Belting.

unless redeemed, it is my intention and only CO cents per pound, at Gar. Foley's Kidney Cure is a sure remedy I
I All Kinds Machinery or Uther Supplies
to issue a tax deed to the aid rett & Gerig's Drugstore.Ivy for Bright's disease, diabetes and Ij j i Stove wood cut to length for $1 per nnces Quoted on oj .

lands. Dated May 19th, 1900.S. gravel. antiMonopolyDrugstore.. I two-horse load. Free delivery. Seymour Contract taken for the erection of plants, for putting up machinery of

T. Sistrunk, poisoning, poison wounds and I & Smith. Phone 25. all kinds, or for repairing any kind of machinery, engines or boilers, by a r
all other accidental injuries may be" Wall paper and papering. R. A. *
Clerk Circuit Court. competent machinist, who will be supplied on short notice.G. .
quickly cured by using DeWitt's Witch, Hall. I Fresh fish. both mullet and bottom x

--- -- --- I Hazel Salve. It is also a certain euro''I i jfish i received every day, kept on ice Wake Wells, Agent, Ocala, Fla.

Foley's Honey and Tar I for }piles and skin diseases. Take nc I SAMPLER.SALVJ3 : and d,-ln' I Office In A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store.
i Wniam! ; Tw K Drugstore.
other. Anti-Monopoly
forchildren.safesurs. No opiates. the most healing salve In tho world.



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: W t J'r- : .a\v:';:' '. __>,.. : :;-. ;.. -'- .'V ::.. '_ : '_-_:. H: -" .i i formed worldings into enthusiasts of MAGSSSETlCfEALINGIs .
d ., N ,I Dr. Newell Dwight Hulls, ono of the''. ri ht'ounc-.s. anal we venture nothingin e i ,

; I I bratriie-t men of the pie,:nt time, i: i ruakinf the proijL....} that the great I. the greatest of all curative agencies no.v knovn to man. and the marvelous J ;
1 hnea 'r.' :a "e h. WIA.W al.wa I I
!i .. fi tr I Ij I the worthy successor to Beecher gait! novels and poems of the future are to i cures being daily effected through this medium are attracting wide- ._.

:: Abbott in Plymouth church. New York. I deal with the supernatural principlesand spread attention.

j i He is not only a great scholar and ideals of Jesus Christ in their relations DR.T.L.C V '.t

f: I (IDtr: .. .. preacher, but an able and brilliant to our laws and industries, to THE PSYCHO-MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN, \

For Infants and Children. writer. In a recent article in the Interior our social! and civic institutions.One .
... ,.,
I :, _'.- : :: :_ he writes in his best vein of of the interesting facts in the Now in Ocala, is one of the greatest Magnetic Healers in the South and

f 1rffn> the enthusiasm of literary men for Jesus literary world of today is the increasing has already made himself famous for his many remarkable cures.
1 +z r tii i The Kind You Have
Christ. We herewith reproducethe emphasis given to social problems HUNDREDS TESTIFY TO HIS WORKDr.

< liiJi "" 'tijJKj.; article ar.d trust every one who In former generations literary men Gay offers a reward of $100 to any doctor in the state vho can cure

: ,,' ; Always Bought takes the Witness will give it a care- consecrated their genius to the studyof diseases quicker than he can. All of his cures are permanent.

ful reading: abstract principles, and cold phil
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTYHe
A\ dablePrcplrJtionrorAssr : >.
;
As men go up toward wisdom and osophy. Today these authors are relegated -
; Ljting llieroodandne uYa- cures where others fail, and has cured many who were said to be in _
genius the problems of life increase in to the top shelf of the library
tills the Stomadis and Bowels of I' Bears the curable.
number and greatness. Physically, and to the garret of the home. Justin
t %. PRICE, $1 A TREATMENT, OR SIX FOR FIVE ...
j i $ the world widens as the mountaineer proportion as an author gives himself -

-_ Signature climbs; mentally, life deepens and to a discussion of the woes and Among the many diseases he has cured may be mentioned, Rheuma .
I
: Promotes-eslioaCheerfulness -:-- F I lengthens as the soul rises in the scaleof I wrongs of the people and the diffusion tism, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Fevers of all Kinds, Pericarditis, Pneumonia -

; character and cultuie. :For the African of sympathy and self-sacrifice, and the Defective Sight, Anchylosis, Female Complaints, Kidney and Bladder
and Rest.Conlains t neither
j OpmrnMorplime 1 1i ; nor 1'1itIi'al.I ofJtyftrraiftt dozing in the forest, life is very principles for which Christ stood, does Troubles. Malignant Growths, and the tobacco, opium and liquor habits.

NOTNiUtCOTIC.ILK simple; it asks only a knowledge of the poem or novel or essay have wide Treatment of diseases held most sacredly confidential.
I I
the path to the banana tree and the circulation. In times past Fielding SATISFACTION GUARANTEEDOffice
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way to the spring. But for each Burkeor would allow no hero in his! book who over Mitchell Block, W. Exposition street. ..

a/Old SAJ.fl/ZlP1TCl1Ell i ,. Gladstone Tennyson, life is very was less than a prince or a squire. Office hours, 8 to 11 a. m.; 2 to 5 p. m.
I
r l4mpivr sNJ- and having mastered the The toiler and the
( /X..fm,,,, complex, common people For further information, call on or address

dtJ4 otu'. l I path to the orchard and river the were carefully expunged from the DR. T. L. GAY,
J. Q
'n statesman's feet must search out those pages of the author. But today Bes-

JJi OBftunoJllZimSctd-,fJ,. I St paths that lead to the halls of law and ant's most popular plea is the buildingof

(tvifuil SlrI.Ang.e learning to the temples of beauty and a people's chapel in White Chapel -j

I .dJ1.jJ. ::! ara_ I $ UseFor friendship and worship. If art is not Road; Hall Caine pleads for a social

perfect Remedy for Cons ti pa- hard for Sitting Bull, with his painted settlement work among the poor. And : Hard Sense

(lion. Sour StoiMch.Diarrhoea, cheeks and red blanket, art is very difficult the books and the essays that sell

ormsConvutsionsFeverislt- $ F Over for some Titian, seeking to mas- most wide]) are those applied to the

cc sandLosSOFSLEER ter the full mystery of form and color.If Sermon on the Mount and the prob-

i the rude peasants looked upon the lems in the factory and on the market. It takes keen common sense, ,. .
lac Simile Signature of added to superior judgment and
wild flowers as simply weeds, the soul I When a friend urged Wordsworth to
Gtc Years I experience to be superintendent of
Thirty of Wordsworth was ravished with Nature placed Wordsworth under t 't r
a railroad. Such a man never recommends .i
NEW _YORIC.. beauty: as he beheld the wild daisies, vows of affection and fealty, those who <
anything that he has not
) t t i ; the yellow wheat, the scarlet poppies have hearing may hear civilization
himself subjected to crucial test. r
staying together in the summer wind. whispering: "Christ hath made vows ry. 4., y
A prominent railroad superintendent w = .
CASTORIA It is only to an informed mind and an for all new manners, laws, customs, '
living at Savannah, Ga., in .. .
enriched heart that noble marble or institutions." For Christ's sake all
which city he was born, says he ,
y XACT COYOY WRAPPfB. music, a noble deed or person, can !. wrongs must be righted, all humanitymust
feels better than he ever did, and /
,..,. 4.,,,fl/, stand forth clothed in full beauty and be redressed, all injustice must '
...... THE CtNTAUR COMI ANT NEW VOMK CITY I he had the worst case of dyspepsia
::.q--:_ .. "'... !' -ii.": .:." :::. :_: :. -- mystery. As the telescope enlargesnew be corrected, all art must become high, on record. He had no appetite, and I )

worlds rush into being. Greatness all music must become sweet, the '
the little he ate disagreed with him,
therefore in forest or sea or press must reform and strengthen its '
1 causing him to vomit often. He ,
mountain begins with greatness in the columns, the library must ennoble its had pains in the head, breast and

DR. MOFFEITS B AllaysIrritation, Aids Digestion, beholder, and genius in poem or songor shelves, the eloquence must double its stomach, but after using three bof't fuJ

Regulates the Bowels, story begins with genius in the persuasive powers, the schools must like
tles of P. P. P. he felt a new .
E E ET H I N Strengthens the Child! reader. The answer to the question, increase their culture. Each home man.* He says that he feels that he I Ii

eo. ;WIU.'r Makes Teething Easy. "What think ye of Christ?" depends:: must be full of happiness, each individual i could live forever if he could always

-Ar' BAiftl!> (Teething Powders) JEETIUNA Relieves the Bowel upon the quality of mind that does must follow that divine figure I get P. P. P. His name will be given ;
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A t' Troubles of Children of
AS. the thinking. If the children of igno- who leads the hosts of civilization up application to Xrippman Brothers the \
,- Costs only 25 cents at Druggists, ANY AGE on ,
rance and supersititon cannot appre- the hill of time. In Christ's name and of this
e y ;y& Omulisscente: to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS MOi proprietors great remedy.
ciate this beauty and mystery, for the cross Christendom conquers and civil Dyspepsia in all its forms is promptly t J'J'and

sons of genius and liberty Christ ization triumphs. permanently cured by P. P. P. General

stands forth the most lovable' and the Debility and lack of energy give place to vim and ambition throughthe

one supreme figure in history. All STORY OF A SLAVETo use of P. P. P. Blood Poison and all its incidental and hereditaryills

JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY wise men and reflective rememberthat are eradicated by P. P. P. Rheumatism is conquered and banishedby

Ulrici said, "It takes a second be bound hand and foot for years P. P. P., as are also Catarrh and Malaria. P. P. P. is a purely vegetable -

Shakespeare to fully appreciate the genius by the chains of disease is the worst I compound, which has steadily grown in favor for years.

De Land, Florida.COLLEGE of the first" form of slavery. Geo. D. Williams, of SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS."I*

These reflections are suggested by Manchester: Mich., tells how such a I LIPPMAN BROTHERS, raoragB8& DrOCX, Savannah, Ga.

OF LIBERAL the fact that today men distinguishedin .., u_ __ '_ ___ ___ __ -_ _. --,- -' _=__
ARTS-Comprehens, high grade courses, many slave was made free. He says: "Mywife ----7.-- =

electives.ACAIEMYPreparing. the realm of literature seem to feel has been so helpless for five years Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.

for any college or providing a good general educa- an enthusiasm for the character and that she could not turn over in bed

tion. teachings of Jesus Christ, that is in alone. After using two bottles of

striking contrast to the'lesser enthu- Electric Bitters she is wonderfully improved -
,
theoretical and
NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-Training, both prac
siasm they seem to have for any and "
and able to do her own work.
tical.BUSINESS .
all other subjects and persons. The This supreme remedy for female diseases Florida Central &

COLLEGE-Thoroughly practical. Actual business methods. most striking fact in the new memoirsof quickly cures nervousness, -

SCHOOL OF ART-Correct academic methods. "'el11ighted, well equipped Alfred Lord Tennyson, bj his son, sleeplessness, melancholy, headache : Peninsular R. R.

studio. is the fact that Jesus Christ stood at backache, fainting and dizzy spells.:; .

SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Voice, Pipe Organ, Piano, Violin and Harmony. Four the very center of the poet laureate'slife This miracle-working medicine is a Time Table Effective November 19th, 1899.

instructors. and colored all his thinking in the God-send to weak, sickly, run-down ,
? Ca2CCt:D. 10 U EC :.SCtiiD! t 13 I U
realm of art, beauty and imagination.The
FACULTY of over twenty experts from leading American and foreign in- people. Every bottle guaranteed. Only

stitutions.LIBRARYTen most popular novel of the winter ;50; cents. Sold by Garrett & Gerig, : :'aca........ 81im 800pm ::::::: == Lvahc.lle.. ... 92 am OOpm m i 74Zp
JlantCity.. H4.am .... ...;... .. .... ..
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from the view point of sales has been ] ........ ........ rlta. 7"-ftm 70.-m
Ocala, and all other druggists. Dad e Ci ty :lm 9Wam 84Up1m ........
BaId\\1D. 9l Vam
thousand volumes recently selected and purchased. luyt 913m..
Christian" and Hall Caine has rWtIdwood.. 1 ; ........ ....... -- - -
"The Baldwin .... .. ...l
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MILITARY DRILL for men. Systematic physical training for young t v \1 n t er P'rk ? ojam- ........ ........ .."...".. ........ lOI"\ .......
young Arrc.J1''nnw- 883pm
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women. he the "Lifeof A Opka.. OIam I ii'(Jm ........ ........ .. Live Oak ... .. .. ....... IOftl..m \
great book of his career to I.18pm .
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FOUR DISTINCT LABORATORIES-Chemical, Physical, Biological and Jesus Christ." It is a custom with LvTavaree 94bam 9-IDpm ....... ........ .. Montt'c"II' ......... ...... 8"-m ll'pm .. '(JaI -
Bacteriological. and lunch counter. A>8>-1 Jurg. 10 I"aD, 1\Uh-: ,m ........ ........ II. TaDaaese/. .. ........ .......".. S."pm BOUam" tATWildwood.,1040am t J
one of our magazines to give the re- ( 1159pm: ..... .. ........ !
Meals and lunches at all hours. Special J ::;::: glar. 430pm 82.'A.m
MUSEUM: OF NATURAL HISTORY-Comprehensive, extensive, well ar ports from the bookstores of our great Lv Wildwood..,110:i5am 1:2: OOam ........ ........ .. ltlverJtion ........ ......... 52Lpm 94 ana '
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SUPERB BUILDINGS costing $200,000. Steam heat, electric light, artesian est sales. It is a noteworthy fact that sired. II Hawthorne. 1257pm 417am ....... ........ .. Waldo ...... ll2.jam lUO.pm lUUpmoArValdo. ...,..... ........
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DORMITORIES:\ for young men and young women. Baths on have all dealt with great Christian 49 South Magnolia street, or postofficebox Jsc-ksvnv'le..1& 6 am .::.;.:..:.:.

each floor. facts and principles that are relatedto 862, Ocala, Fla.COLORED 71. U U

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roar cathedrals worthy of his pres- tv RTi r-J'tlon -=::: It iOpm 10 20am Wildwo 232pm: 24UaI? :.:.:.:.:.: _
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the threshold of history and looks Many a man has been .. ..:.:.::.:: .14am 64ypm 2o.amLv! tildwooL. -23pm 2aam'''-=::: :::::::-
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down the long aisje of time has riveted "rak-.1e./S/ J -sjiamfi25rm 52.am Plant City... Htpm 52'iam........ ........ 'til
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BELTON Mo., July 27. bottle of Foley's Kidney Cure. AntiMonopoly f'XCetlll')1inWlY.
No. 14, ThroughNo. Pullman Sleeping Car Tampa to Sew York, via Ja ksony1!
For years I suffered terrible pains every -' Drugstore. l.J. Through Pullman Sieepinj; Car New York to Tamp, via Jackaonrillt.n .
month and my doctor told me I could not No. 2, Th- ? Pullman Sleeping Car Jacksonville to New O.-.eans.: !
be cured txetpt fcy an operation I felt I ALEXANDER No. 1, Through Pullman tleef-i l'ar New Orleans to JacksonNo. .
could not submit to that and was so despondent L. 4, Throng Pullman! Sleeping! : Car service Jacksonville! t<, S Louis,via Lake City.
I had given up all hopes of a cure. A full assortment of blue serge suits, No. 3, Through Pullman bitping: ('arrvice bt. Louis to Jac.., mville,via Lake City.
My husband insisted on my trying Wine of i and vests and single coats, at For full information 'imix>BB1be; : to give in thu condensed ichtdule) apply to your neared
Cardui and at lat thank God I did try it. Practical I coats Onip
wn'e to GIlerall'a..nger
cent or
Last month I did not hive a pain: and did ) Rheinauer's. 'LB.: MAXWELL, A. O. MAcrXNELL, L. BHIPMAK,
all my work. \\hich I had not done in seen / '$ ;.. > f4. P1IIU
s :'d Vic "-Pi'" n*"' fT*>" Mg" < r'aw. At!?* nt.A n't -n Avtent.
BUILDER
AND
yean. CARPENTER ._.-- -
MRS MINNIE LITTLE.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCYThe
Careful estimates made on all con- -

1LLntt' j tract work. Gives more and better
"\n Ocala Employment Agency has
ejrdMod work for the money than any other
man in town. opened an office in the Mitchell\ Blockon MOBILE & OHIO R.

___ __ n __ -- Exposition street and will furnish I 4
sty is the crowning virtue of American women. It is the trait help of all kinds in or out of the city. I flE
that all mankind admires. A modest woman is the most pleasing of all L WALTER DUKES ,
created things. Because of this becomingirtue thousands: of omen Call or address postoffice box 8C2, or I 9 1 rHOFRT L I N

prefer to sutler untold miseries rather than confide their troubles to :a The Broadway Tailor telephone when :you are in need of our !

physician,anJ to even think of submitting to an examination revolt- services, and your order will receive I

ing. They can't: get their own consent to an operation. Wine of Cardui SUITS TO ORDERFrom prompt attention. I. E. Tompkins To St. Louis Chicago and the Wesi\
permits sensitive women to retain: their modesty. With it they can cure ,
"female troubles"! in the of their If treatment A. D. Brooks,
quiet own rooms. special $12.50 Up Through Buffet Sleeper from Jacksonville to St. Louis via
is required they can write to Advisory Department of the Chattanooga Telephone No. :9.} Managers.
Medicine Co., and their letters will be promptly answered by Plant Systemlea\'cs Jacksonville at 8 p. m., connecting with

women trained in the cure ofLACIU' $3 Pants a SpecialtyCleaning the best train
Small in size and great in resultsDeWitt's the Mobile & Ohio'sVest India Flyer, equipped

Foradvtcein.rsesrequiringspectai Aovisoar APARTMENT.: womanly. There weaknesses should be and no irregularities. hesita-- Dyeing and Repairing Neatly Little Early Risers the famous in the South. For general information, tickets, etc., apply to '"'t I

ditv-tions,a4'Irt-M, pvin fymj.toms tion. Delaved treatment means achronic Done little pills that cleanse the liver ticket agents of the Plant System, .

3IUJ1l1 UdiiV di.orjIwp'l j,;(0.. IfctltUTTiNOUOlCluatanooga, Trna. condition' The longer I. and bowels. They do not gripe AntiMonopoly C M. SHEPHERD, L. E. SPENCER, T. F. & P. A.,

postpuned the harder to cure. Corner Broadway anj Orange Streets Drugstore. Gpn. Pans Agt.. Mobile, Ala. 235 W. Bay :ht., Jacksonville Fla

A LARCE BOTTLE OF WINE OF CARDUI ,
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COSTS $1.00 AT THE DRUG STORE. P. 0. Address, Box 134
C S T 0 ::1t.C .l1. .

Bears i.aStgnat -1 1.'1I" k'h..I"r.n vr I.J:! U'"i: .! Kj8B Si.'g.* Bring your Job Printingto

Foley's Honey and Tar : rr /7L #- #. the Star Office

heals lungs and stops the cough. of /Z I
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