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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P.. D. FULLER mouldings. R. A. Hall. The Greek candymaker
crazy got
reach the diseased portion of the ear. ,>ebA Solicits your patronage and guarantees -
on another one of his crazy sprees today V
DENTIST Rheinauer leads in wash goods. There is only one way to cur denfess. 1 the best work. Clean and attrac- -
and paraded the stitets in the
and that is )by constitutional rm-I / the shop; skillful workmen.Geo. .
Itcv. Fred Pfeifer is in Jacksonville.See rain, which was the haziest of the L.
Office Over Munroe & Ch mbliss Bank dies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed _- *,s $ r rii

condition of the mucous lining season. For an hour he kept this up / .i Jf I'if I F. Williams, Proprietor.DRESSMAKING .
OCALA, FLA.J. tho new shirt waist sets at Burnptt's. stopping frequently in the middle of
of the Eustachian Tube. When this
the street to look up at the rain laugh
ube gets inflamed you have a rum-
E. CHACE and make funny gestures. He
Those new sash buckles at Burnett'sare ling sound or imperfect hearing, and.
finally! locked Mayor Bullock is
DENTAL SURGEON pretty. when. it is entirely closed deafness is up. Fashionable Dressmaking and plain
puzzled to know what to do with the 'T :
Office Upstairs Commercial Hank Bldg Matting in the latest patterns at inflammation- fplloIt does no good to I I fine him. sewing done by

Rheinau r's. He should be the ,
sent to asylum
stored to its normal condition, hearing \0' MRS. MAUD ARMSTRONG
Ocala, Fla. permanently to jail, as ho; is a nuisance
Fruit Jars in all sizes at the John will be destroyed forever; nine cases t
and when drunk is dangerous. at the I
TERMS CASH McCarthy Store. out of ten are caused by catarrh,

which is nothing but an inflamed condition r RAILROAD RESTAURANT

Mrs. G.1.. Hubbard is visiting in of the mucous surfaces.We OCALA'S FOURTH V fir'i
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LOTS IN JULIETTEWo St. Petersburg. will give One Hundred Dollars]]
The Ocala business with their
for case of Deafness caused; by men;
i c J1CTS
Men's and Crash Suits
Boys' at
{ have a few choice lots in Juli Rheinauer & Co.'s. catarrh) that cannot be cured by customary liberality have: subscribed GENTLY ON THE Piano Tuner
ette for Kale. J. II. Livingston & Son Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send. for circuLars I the money necessary assure a

agents. Fresh peaches, tomatoes and pineapples I glorious Fourth of July 'celebration KIDNEYS LIVER M
free.F. and the matte has been
at Troxler's. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. advertising: I Pianos and Organs tuned, regulatedand
FOR SALE OR RENT printed and circulated. A'; bundle of
Sold<< by druggists, 75c.:
Boys' Knee Pants i SO;) cents per pair, Jail's Family Pills are the best. the big posters on which .is the program AND BOWELS repaired in a first class manner,

Desirable residences and cottages indifferent at Rheinauer & Co.'s.LatIi's' has been sent to every postoffice and all work guaranteed. Special
parts of the city, almost aoy in the county and to evi.y station CLEANSES rates by the year. Also make a specialty
Waists in the latest French
size or style desired, for rent, and will Patterns at M. Fishel's. Weather Forecast for Central Florida from which a rate is giv n. A big .. r' EFFECTUALLY of repairing fino violins and guitars

sell ou most advantageous terms. crowd is sure to come and 'every preparation
(Courtesy of Postmaster Groves) S w. S. Pike,
Have you property to rent, or do you For Sale-A new piano. Easy pay- has been made to give, them a 0 0 G S
desire to rent property? In either ments. Inquire at this office. I .J aekson villp. Juno 22.:! -Showers and goo11 time and make the ;day a suc- r v a/sjOVERCOMES A E V R P. O. Box 651; Ocala, Fla.

case, apply to S. I). Moody in city thunder storms tonight and Saturday. cess. .,...' l

building. The place to buy patent medicinesat Moore. C f TIA ATION

cost is at Garrett & Gerig's.A TEACHERS' EXAMINATION 4 S

big line of hammocks just received -
Pease' at J. B. Sutton's Seed Store The result of the recent teachers' ITS a Mfr
at Mclver & MacKay's.Miss !
complete line of Jraphophones at Ocala Florida.Mr. examination is that out of57: ; colored ErfCTS0 I
$."> and upwards and a large supply of Pauline Mixson of Williston is teachers :25?: failed while' out of 61 :

records. Your inspection invited. visiting her sister, Mrs. C..1. Phillips. Windish of the Plant System whites, 12 fell by the way side. We I. BUY THE GENUINE -M ANT 0 BXAUfRNIATGSYRVP
Ocala Music! Co. Entire Wheat Flour in six-pound has been quite sick for several t days will publish the names of the successful ( I | (

ones our next issue:
but is Mr. and Win-
today. 4
packages at the John McCarthy Store. KVrb't 5'N CAL c'Sr, $ r vO A't
COOK WANTED dish, and the latter's sister Miss Pe
Fireworks, for the Fourth of July, risIio has IJ'l'n'isitin her, expect A MOIST TIMEr 3 a

Wanted-a good( cook. Only reliable wholesale or retail, at T. W. Troxler's.Ladies' to leave tomorrow for Gainesville for I r

and competent person need apply. a short vacation. '. Yonge began unroofing the por- Headquarters for men's Banister 3

Thin Summer Undervests, tion of the Gary Block over Hubbard
Inquire at this odice.DISSOLUTION. shoes-for style, durability and price
I from ."> cents to :33: cents each. M. Wanted-To exchange for farming & McDuff's hardware store this morning D
I they have no equal-at Rheinauer's.We .
Fishel. grazing or timber lands a $30,000 new and had a big place bare of tin
and modern good income business when the terific downpour of rain have the biggest assortment of
Go to the Montezuma Barbershopfor
property ((00x13j feet) in thriving A of with LIPPMAN EROS.. Proprietors,
came. corps people mops mattings of all]] designs and prices ever
Notice is hereby given that J. A. first class work. P. C. Davis, pro- Druggists, Uppman's Block. SAVANNAH, GA.
city. Address John Schmid, Olney. and buckets were put to work, and carried in the city. Mclver & Mac-
Pittman and Peter McIntyre, doing }prietor. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.
even then all three floors of the building Kay. .
business under the firm name of Pitt-
Mosquito nets, ready to use, with or were pretty well flooded.
man & McIntyre, is this day dissolvedby Our line of purses is complete, and
without frames, at Mclver & Mac- Lime Juice and Pepsin, the new Baby Talcum Powder, borated and
mutual consent J. A. Pittman purchasing we invite your inspection at an early
Kay's. SPECIAL SERVICES drink, at Garrett & Gerig's fountain.It perfumed, 10 cents a box at the AntiMonopoly -
the interest of Peter Mcln late. Garrett & Gerig.
is palatable, and aids digestion. Drugstore.Vital .
tyre. All obligations of Pittman & Orangeade at the AntiMonopoly I
Backache should never be neglected.It Sunday will )be children' day at the
Mclutyre are to be assumed by J. A. Drugstore. Made from ripe Florida} _h ___ -- -
means l kidney disorder which, if al- Baptist church. A speciaj J program
Pittman, and all acounts due the old oranges.G. .
lowed to run too long, may result in with extra music will be part of the
firm are to be divided equally between
I. H. Hassan! of Juliette and I). A. Bright's disease diabetes or other serious morning pleasures. The {exercises'
Pitman and Mclntyre as collected.
Clark of Martel came up on the train and often fatal complaints.- begin at 11 a. in.BRAVE agQBtismDirec.t
J. A. Pittman,
this mOlnin ley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneys
P. Mclntyre.
well. Take nothing else.: AntiMonopoly MEN FAIL
Ocala, Fla., June 5, 1I( 00. J Fresh mullet and bottom fish everyday

Drugstore. d by a scientific training of the mind, is the power I use in curing my
on ice at William Tucker's stall, Victims to stomach, liver ind kidney

OCALA MUSIC CO. Xo. 8, city market. A new keg of salt mackerel openedat troubles as well as women, and all fee) patients of all known diseases: without the use of drugs or surgical instru
the John McCarthy Store.A the results in loss of appettte, poisons ments.
The rainfall today has been something -
A new line of Columbia, Crescent .n the blood, backache, nervousness, CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.

and Hartford Bicycles, 1900 model, unusual probably the greatest fatal policy is to neglect a backache aeadache, and tired, listless. run-down
of the season.Sawdust or other sign of kidney trouble.Foley's Among the many diseases I am treating successfully are Rheumatism,
received. Also and hells feel
just lamps feeling. But there's no need to
Kidney Cure is a sure remedy Constipation, Diarrhea, Pulmonary Troubles, Urethral Stricture, Piles, Malig
in abundance. delivered) to part of like that. Listen to .J. W. Gardner,
any for Bright's disease, diabetes and nant Growths Sexual Disorders, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Female Troubles, Dys-
[Ulaville, Ind. He : "Electric Biters -
load. says
the city at 50 cents Seymour
per gravel. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Leon pepsia, Impaired Memory, Deafness, Nervous Prostration Morbid Fear of
Starvation never yet cured dyspepsia. & Smith. Phone 25.;; : are just the thing for a man when Disease
LiquorIorphino and Tobacco Habits.
Persons with indigestion are already Hanlon our Linotype opera- he is all run down, and don't care

half starved. They need plenty A handsome line of Laces, Embroil tor, is ill.Ye hope he will be able I i iI whether he lives or dies. It did more I AM A SPECIALIST IN KIDNEY TROUBLES.

of wholesome food. Kodol DyspepsiaCure eries. Insertions and Ribbons just received to resume his work in a day or two, I' to give me new strength and good appetite -

digest: ? hat you eat so the body at M. Fishel's. and : than anything I cord take. I I will make a reasonable: price to cure any disease. Full pay If cured.
in the meantime, as there are no
while and have Half pay if effectually relieved. No pay if no relief.
he nourished the wornout
can hand compositors to be had for loveor can now anything a new
Extract of Malt gives strength.
organs; are being reconstructed. It is lease on life." Only 50 cents at Gar-
Sold at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Ten money, our patrons must bear with ALL DISEASES TREATED WITHOUT EXPOSURE.I .
the only preparation known that will us. rett & Gerig's Drugstore, Ocala. Every

instantly relieve] and completely cure cents a bottle. bottle guaranteed. Sold by all teach others the art of Magnetic Healing. Price $10.00. Success guaranteed

all stomach troubles. Try it if you New California Perfumes just re- All who suffer from piles will be druggists.A or money refunded.

are suffering from indigestion. It will ceived. Palo Alto Pink, just the rage, glad to learn that DeWitt's Witch Hazel It is possible for me to treat all disease successfully by absent treatment

certainly! do you good. Anti-Monopoly at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Salve will give them instant:; and THROUGH SLEEKER Price of absent treatment, $1.00 per month, always in advance. For further

Drugstore. permanent relief. It will cure ecze- particulars call on or address me. Consultation free.

Summer neckwear in endless profu- ma and all skin diseases. Beware of Via the F. C. & P. From T..$pa to New Office over R. E. Yonge & Co.'s store. Hours, 8 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 2 p. ra.

Hammocks, mosquito netting, lace sion. Can suit the most fastidiousmen counterfeits. AntiMonopoly Drug York I

curtains, window shades, at Rhein- and women at Rheinauer's. j
store. GEO. P. ] HAIIT II
thnjjh Magnetic caler.Ooals.
auer's. Beginning Juno 2 a sleeperwill l E. .

Manager .J. M. Barco of the Commercial be operated from Tampa to New
Rheinauer is headquarters for shoesin PIa.
Stove wood cut to length for $1 per Bank left last night for Jacksonville York via F. C. & P. and Seaboard AirLine .
all new styles for men, women and
two-horse load. Free delivery. Sey- to look in on the convention. children. to Richmond and double} \) ) daily -- -

mour & Smith. Phono 23.; through\ trains Jacksonville to New

There are three good business Nunnally's candies, always fresh, York via same route. Trains 10 and
For two years Ira \\'. Kelley, of stands vacant in Ocala, and for rent.
and only 60 cents per pound, at Garrett 11 making connection, No. 11 carrying OCAlA LUMBER COm
Mansfield, Pa., was in poor health on They will not bo so long. Who will & Gerig's Drugstore. through sleeper.CASTOR.

account of kidney trouble. He consulted take: them?

several physicians and spent Sumpter L. Lowny of Tampa. Grand

considerable money for medicines Cycling has its ups antI do vns. After Chancelor of the Knights of Pythias IA Is at all times prepared to furnish rough]

without obtaining relief until he tried the downs, use Banner Salve ifyoa'rp for the state of Florida, is in the city.

Foley's Kidney Cure, and now writes, : cut or bruised. It heals the For Infants and Children. or planed lumber in any quantity l desired
Mr. Woodrowo has closed. down) the
"I desire to add my testimony that it hurt quickly. Anti-Monopoly} Drug
Holland ) The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
Phosphate Company's plantat
may bo the cause of aiding others." stor<:'. INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTYIf
Fitzgerald on account of the heavy] -
Anti Monopoly rugstore. theSignature in need of anything in our line, write to or tall; on us. Factory opposIto
Call at Rheinauer's and inspect their rains. Mr. Mallett has come home to AfI1l4"'P'

Don't buy your patent medicines before variety of negligee shirts at popular visit his family. of Plant System depot. Mill near Montague.

first calling on Garrett & Gerig. prices.S. .
Gents' furnishing goods in endless OCALA LUMBER COMPANY
They are the people who are selling"patents"
Wall and papering. R. A.
R. Baldwin, Columbus. Ga.. variety, at Rheinauer's. paper
at cost. Hall. Telephone 60! Ocala, Florida
writes: I occasionally: give a Teetli ,

Trunks and satchels will be Call on J. C. Maughs, city ticket -
a nec- ma Powder to keep my teething child's: Painting! and kalsomining.) R. A. -
agent Plant System, Ocala (House, for I
essary part of your summer outing. gums softened.
DR MOFFETT'S Allays Irrilatlur Aids Digestion!
summer excursion tickets now on sale I ,
You will find them to liking atRheinauer's.
your dozen bottles of Winter- I ';,!.+ Regulates the Bowels! ,
Thirty-six viathe: Plant System at very low rat--
Strengthens the Child,
smith's Chill and Fever Tonic just received to the principal points and resorts in p ? a
flail.odoI Fr, Makes Teething Easy.JEETHINA
We have everything in the house + at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore North Carolina, Virginia, et('. Tinker--
i J' BABE (Teething Powders) Rel evw f the Bowel
fuinishing lino. Our goods are new, Everybody uses Whitesmith's limited for the round trip passage until + Troubles of Children of

fashionable and well sel'ctc.tIdver Tonic for fevers. Pleasant to take. October :>1. Complete information 4' Costs only 2a cents at Druggists, ANY AOL

MacKay. No euro no pay. may be obtained, also literature anti '4,,. OrmaiI2-1centtoC.J. MOFFETT, M. D., S7.1OUI3.MO.

"Summer Homes" folders giving mil Cure
Men may differ on politics, religionor Fifty cents will stop your having, Dyspepsia -- --
particulars about the best hot !-
finance, but all who have tried chills and fever. You ask. how? Because

Banner Salve are agreed as to its it will buy one uottle of Gar boarding houses, etc. Digests what you eat. The Bailey-Lebby Company

worth for cuts, burns, sores: piles and retfs Chill Tonic. Garrett & Gerig's, Small in size and great in n.suItsDeWitt's ; It art t iliriallydigeststhe food and aids

skin diseases.: It's the most healing Drugstore. Little Early Risers the fa- : Nature iu strengthening and recon
strutting the exhausted digestive or- CHARLESTON s. c.
medicine in the world. Anti-Monopoly
mous little pills that cleanse the liver ,
Ivy poisoning, poison wounds and 1 'galJ 1 ti., the latest discovered digestant @ -
Drugstore. and bowels. They do t not gripe AntiMonopoly and tonic. No other preparation

all other accidental: injuries may be Drugstore. I can: approach it in etl ciency. It instantly &
Bur a $ij Franklin typewriter quickly cured by using De11'itt'sVitcl 1 II relieves and permanently cures : Machinery Suppiies! I

easy= payments. No better or more Hazel Salve. It is also a certain cure D. :M. Boney, at the Hole in the Wall.o ': Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,

durable machine made. For particu- for piles and skin diseases. Take n I has a big trade on his famous o cent ; Flatulence} Sour Stomach, Kausea, Iron, Pipe, Brass Goods, Fittings, Nails, Belting, Injectors, Shovels, Picks,

lars, and to see the machine in daily other. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.A cigar, "Dixie Girl." I all SickHeadacheGastralgiaCramps otl1erreults i imperfect} digestion.and Wheelbarrows and Link Belting.

use, call at this office. Wash suits for men and childrenat i I, Price 50<\a 11(1t. Larjre size contains 2tf times All Kinds Other
line /
handsome of Ladies': Dress 1 small s>ut-. IJook all about dyspepsia mailed free ,ices Qaotea on Machinery or Supplies
1 lee chests and refrigerators, any Goods just received. M. Fishel. Rheinauer's.Claret I Prepared by E CDiWirr CO. Chicago Contracts taken for the erection of plants, for putting up machinery of

size or price, at Mclver & Ial"Kay's. I
style Save money on patent medicines bv ice at Garrett & Gerig's fountain I .\ht:- {)lIOJtJly; Drugs-tore! Ocala Fla. all kinds, or for repairing any kind of machinery, engines or boilers, by a

buying of Garrett & Gerig. is cooling, these hot days; in fact I I competent'machinist will be supplied on short notice.G. .

the ices that they are putting across

Foley's Kidney Cure I Elgin Butter, the very best grade, al t the counter hit the thirsty spots. Remember I Foley's Honey and Tar Wake Wells, Agent, Ocala: Fla.

makes kidneys and bladder right. the John McCarthy Store. the place. I forchildrcn.safesvre.. A'o'opiqtss. Office in A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store.

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birth marriage and robbery maybe The rain during the past two weeks

'r chronicled as events during the has done a great deal of good in this

; past week. The two former are always section. Merchant Tailor

of interest and the latter same- Mrs. W. C. Martin is slowly improv

what shivery and may result in the ing. .

I II I exhibition of a sign at several residences "Grandma" Saunders has been

in town of "!Jog Wanted: confined to her bed for the past six Merchant's Bank Building.
r! I must be able to bark and bite." weeks with malarial fever. .

I The birth occurred at Clarksvilleand Mrs. C. \\'. Butters is not quite as I have received a large and nobby assortment of Trous

Mr. and Mrs. \\'. G. Cason are well.Mrs. erings and Suitings suitable for the coming seasons at pricesto

The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been I! the happy possessors of a son. Lee of Ocala is spending a I suit all ta tes. '

in use for over fJO years, has: home the signature of The wedding was a very quiet one few days with Mrs. W. C. Martin.
I have added to my Tailoring Department a line of
and has hcen made under his personal and only the contracting parties and Mrs. S. S. Hall is staying wih her

supervision since its infancy. I several friends were present. .JusticE: sister at Lansiugburgh N. Y. She Gents' Furnishings SCARFS and TIBS will

Allow no one to deceive you in this. Jones jf East Lake performed the: writes that she is some stronger but 1 be I a specialty, up-to-date styles. Gold Studs warranted for

All Counterfeits Imitations and "Just-as-good! are hut reremony which united Mr. Q. F. is still suffering from heart trauble. 1 twenty years, Collar Buttons and Sleeve Links. I carry a

Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Shaffer and Mrs. M. A. Morgan as 1)1.. Brown of Silver Springs has .good! stock of Umbrellas at low prices

Infants and Children-Experience against! Expeli11tent.Et man and wife. The wishes of the bought the Buck house and is removing .

community are for their happiness it to his place.

What CASTORIACastoria and prosperity.The Miss Bertha Strunk is still with her .
is All
robbery was also a very quiet brother i in Georgia and is learning the our Patrons

i"a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric aft'eair. Some one with a small foot art of telegraphy.On .

; Drops. and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant. It entered the residence of R. L. Martin account of lung trouble. Duncan Are Delighted

i contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other NarcoticHil Saturday eight; and from tracks wandered Martin left for Oregon Monday to try

at will through the L of the what the change uf climate
will do
tanc<>. Its is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
age;; With the rich flavor tenderness succulence and
and allays Fe\crMuios. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind }iDiise. They must have been hungry for him. Mr. Martin is a model young general

Colic. It relieves 'rcetllillg'rrollhlts, cures Constipation! as food was all that was taken. I man and will be greatly missed by high grade excellence of my prime meats, and all mycustomers

and Flatulency.: It assimilates! the Food, regulates the Captain Russell was also visited and i: all. He takes with him the kindest I I are connoisseurs in steaks, chops and r0 tSts.

Stomach and ISoucls, giving healthy and natural sleep. here food also taken. The money feelings and best wishes of the entire It is Gratifying I

The Children's anacea-The :Mother's Friend. drawer of the postoffice was lightened community who sincerely hope that

II'') of its cash which fortunately was our great loss may be his gain and I To know that my efforts to cater to the tables of the

GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS small. Just why the school house that we will soon hear that he is on I critical is successful, and, as I am an expert judge of f

was entered is not clear in the minds the road to health and prosperity.
meats, I will serve the best in the land at the most
Bears the Signature of .I of the community. It is known that George Young is the :nly pebble: reasonable

-but is there anything very sure left on the beach and no matter how prices.

in this world? many years he lives and how much
Mrs. Hiscock of Candler was on a attention he receives from the old
visit to Mrs. Russell Wednesday. ladies, he will always remain .
I .
Mrs. Martin and daughter Miss Young.
Lucile were in Ocala Monday.Mr. .

The KM You llaviAlways BoughtIn Marcellus Turnley returned recently QUICK RELIEF FOR ASTHMA HEAR HER !

: from South Florida and stop- Miss Maude Dickens, Parsons, Kan.,

ped] here en route to Ocala. writes: "I suffered eight years with

Use For Over 30 Years.THE Mrs. H. H. Tobey of Lake Weir was asthma in its worst form. I had sev-

CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY.SOUTHERN in town Wednesday.RED eral attacks during the last year and I J WOMAN'S STORY

.- -n' ii-;:;' _':.. : ', :" : :_ : -'_ '"iri! .'f'.":_ and was not expected to live through'' This Is to certify that I have been afflicted
with Scrofula or Blood Poison for a number oi
GUN them. I
began using Foley's Honey
years. The beat physicians Mobile and this
and Tar and it has failed to city said nothing could be done for me. I took
never give
Was the ball that hit G t
.B. Steadman
e + large quantities but found no relief
of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War.It immediate relief." Anti-Monopoly s '?' I My limbs were a mass of ulcers, and when I
was sent to a physician in Mobile my entire
caused horrible ulcers that no treatment Drugstore. bo'ly was a mans of sores. I had given up all
hope, and as a last resort tried P. P. P., and
helped for twetny years. Then after using four bottles (small size: ), the sores
VI A Yo Oucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. MIAMI'S GLORIOUS FOURTHThe s have entirely disappeared, and my general
(t.RAIL health was never better than at the present
Cures Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons I 1% time,and people that know me think It a wonderful
citizens of Miami and surrounding I 7P) tip 't $ cure. EUZA TODD, Milton Fla.
Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile ? 1g !, i i L What can be worse for
country have raised a considerablesum ( I < 1
cure on earth; 25 cents a box. Cure a woman than an other-
of money to entertain those that wise beautiful akin cov- P P P
DIRECT LINE-HOICK TIMEU guaranteed. Sold by Garrett & Gerig, ., ;qty-, rY ered with sores and .
may visit Miami during the first weekin .1 eruptions? Can you e .
-TO- druggists, Ocala, and all'other drug- % blame people for avoidIippman'fl *
July. The Florida East Coast Rail I
gists. 1 ing women thus afGreat Remedy.II )
WASHINGTON, ATLAKTA, way will put on very low rates from l flitted? They are to be
pitied; but what woman wants pity? Besides
BALTIMORE, BIRMINGHAM, all of its stations and junctional pointsto the humiliation of disfigurement, the itching
LAKE WEIR /' / ii' and burning of skin diseases are almost un e n-
PHILADELPHIA MEMPHIS, Miami for the occasion. / durable.All .
women ought to know that all facial
NEW YORK, CHATTA1k TOGA, The postjffice will shortly be reestablished Tickets will be on sale July :2d and bodily blemishes are caused by impure blood and,
CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS ii and will be limited returning to July I and are curable. P. P. P. will purify the
with :Mrs. H. H. Tobey as blood, and when the blood becomes pure all
LOUISVILLE KANSAS CITY 8th. Rates will be as follows: Q skin diseases vanish.
postmistress. This will be of consid- 1 P.P. P. is a compound,
Stations Jacksonville to St. Augustine and never fails to eradicate from
and All Points East and West.
erable advantage to. the numerous I iclusive $5. all traces of Blood Poison, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia and Catarrhal

camping parties that are on the lake affections.
enjoying themselves. The Weir Park
correspondent last week mentioneda
I herewith recommend to the sufferers of Rheumatism and rheumatic
Stations Yelvington to New Smyrna pains,
THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, clay road to this section. It would I/ippman's P. P. P., as I have carefully tested it and found permanent relief.
Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. inclusive, $4. son, who, for years, has suffered from Rheumatism, has used it for the last year wits
certainly place] this lake within easy !Rood results, and has not suffered since, and is still using it. Would not do without it
Stations Hawks Park Titusville
I : I if it cost double, or at any price. Years truly, CHAS. SEINER.
THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, riding distance of Ocala and wauld bean inclusive, $3.50.

Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. object worth reaching at the end Lippman Brothers
Stations Hardeeville to Micco inclusive Proprietors,
of the drive. There are no prettier ,
Wholesale Druggists Lippmaa Block Savannah Ga.
natural beauties than here and at one ,
i Via Jesup. Roseland to Fort Pierce inclusive Sold Ocala Fla.
i point a beautiful hammock extends by Anti-Monopol Drugstore, ,
$2.0.Stations ;; .
I THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS, close to the water's edge.A ,_ _
White City to West Jupiter
Via Jesup. party came from Ocala Mondayfor
inclusive $2. ;' .
Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-Room Sleep- two weeks consisting of :Mrs. J. Stations West Palm Beach to Deer- \ Florida Central & -
P. RoqueniDre Mrs. Waterman the
ing Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Cars. field inclusive $1.50. -
Misses Sallie
Whitfield P. Lester.
One fare for the round trip from all ,
Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and I. Standley, Annie Standley.E, Miller points south of and including Fort ,P t (Peninsular R. R.

Cincinnati. 0., via Asheville, N. C., and Knoxville, and Messrs. Lee Miller, J. C. Allred Lauderdale.
Time Table Effective: June 3, 1930.
"THE LAND OF THE SKY." and S. Lester. ,
through From Palatka. $4.50.; -- -- -- --

." .,. '. I. ....1'-........,... .. I.' I
From San Mateo ..C:2.w.: !: ... .. 11 I I .w.1.; I !0) i 13 2 22745pm
$1.50.From .
Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operatedin _I! _._ }_ __ I -I I I-1-1ai
ANTHONY points on the A. & W. branch. t-. : .. I'jl",: 'sqll:1 .... .... 'L..1l. : :::::I' 9'.Yuu': KO'I'Jn- 1I ,. :n,
connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville. -- Kaut: l'iiy., !-l.aai b.... I. .... Tcrsatsi;: 7 :."a19 1iIJ.! ., j 2IUnll; ......
$4. I,:.sJc City !M; :iin j JJ-fltm.!...... .: .... ...iArP.ldw: mJ.k !1..U1 ('5.aln.1 .....
Summer Excursion Tickets, at very low rates, The negro census taker is at workin From points on Titusville branch, Ar11'i1,1wrA., : :. 111:1():!y,12.111'!- : :.. :...- ,_:..: |Lv PaMwin: I ._ I I -_ U UJUII-) JIIli pm
.. ... .. .', .... ...
Lv'd"ul i rk 7 : i!'! Ar 1of I. .D S:;:)Pfrl
on sale June 1 to Oct. 31, 1900. Anthony precinct. This is probably including Sanford $4. .. CtUsl:.. v :II' : ..- ." Lak.!'I'I .... i ..... 11 :Vi'llIj:\11I1{ VI2pm!
the result of republican adminis From Key West via steamer "City of "Ap.lpka. Volant, t J'JJIUI"1>..... .... .. Live ... .... .IHflrn.1JJpm I ; ( :
For Rates, :Schedules and Information, call on or addressW.T.COSBY.T.P.A Tsiies IMXsij': tI.O..I1)I.: .....- ...... \tudi'm: .j ....... .... 11\,111':: ;280am443am
tration.Mr. i. .. +! .< ..... .......
Key West, $;j.Ieals and berth ex lv'fl\'all''; !iMhaiii> \1.p..1: i .. }lnnii'elJl i ) .1 9:1)mj
.. ., I t.>.1Jarg 'ilt( KJUM !10-iO:;in. ... .I! ... ....1 :;!:a.:sa.. ........1 ........ 1pn,16OtLO.+mer
G. M. Brown and family left tra. ... I..... ......
.1: West na3treet: Jacksonville, Fla. nHviwxl: I') IJUI"o\'l'm i ,I .. Qnuicy "', 4,1:! .mI8?JGI
Wednesday for few months at Fulton LPlyldHrrl.tit5 -... '- hiverJ'tion I .. ...I.I _S25piai 94iam.I (
RANDALL CLIFTON, District Passenger Agent Savannah, Oa. a Palat- :; :& : i-Sifa, ; :- -
The rates from Jacksonville .
RaiNtn.: -.v. II'J'ir1 I 3.a.i!. ..... .... I I I', .
J. M. GULP, W. A. TURK, S. II. HARDWICK, Mo.Mis. ka and Sanford will be tendered connecting C: Ja. 11 :Jar.l! ;::tuml.'I. .''' !Lv Bal<1 win. !OUIIl'WJ, ; )n I.. ...... .......
Traffic Manager, Gen Pass. Agt., Asst. Gen. I'ase..Agt., T. I). Arnold of I. rt'-ri: 'piit ; ..... ...... !Ar Muk" .... j-jlnIH.JrI': ...... .. ......
\V Wahhington. C. Washington D. C. Atlanta Ga. Orlando spenta lines for basing purposes withrequest H'h\ 1'irnf. iz!>>;piu: i tIa"D ..... ...... \" Ill''Lain,1J1lpn,, : '_ ....... ........
few days in our place last week.: .Lr 1t'aldu .. I ITpni'Slwini t ;I ... .......j. I I .
-- ,.. that low rates be made from Baldwin! :jlit -- -' She and her mother, Mrs. M. F. Pugh all other points in the state. -" Ja,.ke"nr... 1.:1r, --+im ...i .aD1- -...... ,-.. ...... "

left for a short stay in North Georgia.Dr. For further information address J. I, ; 15
78 11 I
Baskin and wife. of Dunnellon.are P. Beckwith Traffic Manager. St. Augustine .. : I I _
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in the city. Lv O-dar Key. 7 Jiuu1 1-. !-1-. .. ., .. i !
Ocala at all hours. Special low Fla. Arrhfr l') !uaiu., i-HJJm' I!j...... ;iT.vWa'rl'i .}I J :darn!I 51 rinr; 2fOiimeram ,........ '
Kmplojment Agency has rates by the week. Only first class Messrs. Lancaster and Graham candidates :a::cr.r.:e .... !U5 an I4irrr 1252pm1Ar '. .. .ar.. :z11 i : e. ,iClpin! 2 .ipm,........
opened over l-'ishel's( store on thesIUarl 'Wa:flu. It:$i-iu, _t1!.t/pm 121m nIr: : ... UtlUKi' 3 li,rn ........
colored restaurant on the square. for tax assessor were shaking -TVal'io:-:- --:-- ", C :1I Key: _.i ,l.-_ 63. RESTAURANT Lv ) ;5l:;iuu I -:1-:::: :: :::
.: } and will furnish help .... .. ......
hands with their friends here Satur- Htsik" :n! ;.iu' I!J.vWll 114uim;: I U 5vtlu .1.
of all kinds in or out of the city. Melissa Mark. -- Ar Ba'.d'AUi.' aiOpiu, ". .luiii;; I .. 12lJ: ,m,1135Im ..... .......
Proprietress. -- -,- -' ilv..rSIJ.D I i ...._.1........
Call or address( postoffice box: SC2, or day..J.. Restaurant and lunch counter. I 3 I i 2: .". 0ii 140pm; IIam: ..... .. ....... n
McCulley was making good use i i. Jet'\iev:! 2Vm1 15xun: : ......
Meals and lunches at all hours. Spe- j .1.-
telephone when you are in need of our of his time in Anthony Monday.Mr. --- I -- ainiWilcUoort 2 w rrn;;, 2 4.erm .. ......-.
services, and your order will receive NOTICE cial rates to weekly boarders. "vni'rf'r.T'tfnn. I .. ,. ii'.10pm 10! LvW'tlrlwr".1 -. 24ft3j-.6--1., :i1"T S2l1Jt.-.... ....-........

III'01l11ItttentIon.. I. K. Tompkins, Under and by virtue of Section 24M 1 Joe their Shuford household and wife have Ocala removed Also city dray furnished when de II.. Uninuj...".,..'.a'.e....I I. .... .. --I.I I I".} 3P pDlI'lJIIm m u.'.'iinni", I Ar- Tavarij I'WVoarS.. 3Mim-.- :! in1I ;, ."4.jolim,....,.............;................ ................. ,
goods to 3iluiceao.i. FSAm .J!'In .
I i. .. ....... ........
LvTa\l\r" .1.J; 5irim'
sired. i r' I I t'l11 .
71 A. D. Brooks, of the Revised Statutes of the United where he will be near his work. Mr. .. .\.I.'th.n.Ink.. .. ... 3''t: )m 43 lJ/rn'Ar .A...,."'l': k' "I"'J"I"I\')",.,,... ....... ........
Telephone No. 9. Managers. : Ike Tompkins and wife, proprietors, Lu ( .... 5'.:4:'!lam' 443pmJdSpHi' .. fc....... ; ,)trnl" .*.. ... ... ........
States. I will sell at public auction on Shuford is a brickmason of ability andis N N : . ''..''.m, sapniWftom.: :' .. lynttr. P'rk a-jun t H .La.ccity .........
49 South Magnolia street, or postofficebox Slot i" Tiiam; 6"-n,11-
nny -- -
I The 25th day of June, 1000, an artist in his line. We hope for .ArHaltw1l.l. I ; 9I+'Ull 64dPrn oN"r' 20aJ.!>WiUiwixxl.: 23."i mli i ?:,.i'\1l .. ........
... .. .. .. ....
862, Ocala, Fla.COPARTNERSHIP : -. ',i : -. UaJci'ity. :.J./tJmI42A".1 .. .
their early return. r--i;& .J. yw'kru 8 v+pm 313a/ '"' 4 H ,m' .. ..... .......
L. ALEXANDERPractical in the rear of Masters' store at 10 .. J2and, r. '; J.t.
Artakanve. / dpar') 725piu I
o'clock a. m. the remains of the illicit W. H. Hamilton and wife are the 1 ::.:4'.. :1. drpn..)..,... '.!.; "to..".#,, 1 1 I..' .'..;."..' l (....,,.."............. I2zs._ r_ __ _. ...
It i .
-imiJY to 'l< Si n n .
still of one Hichard Curry, comprising proud parents of a fine baby girl. No j it, T o-ir flair-a-. Sloping ('ar Tampa! TOvr \ J;-!rro9jEie 'Dioiiu ?ar.,
'iee ,inK ('ar Nw York: TO Tampa, via Ja+'k.c'nviletInnhL8! Car.)i
The society feature of the week wasa Ir u. 1J Thp'tuh Y 1rllu':aa ( :
155 pounds of old copper. Notice is hereby given that the co- No. 2, Ibiough; Fill:fl'1l1 Hping) Car Jcr-k. )nvileo! New Or.eir.j
CARPENTER AND BUILDER free social the ("ur r W (Jr."HlJi tll,;8"1..tJJl.vUJp.; .
R. A. Stickney. : given at packinghouse ho.1 T} OUt'h Puli:1aloJof' .
between .. ...,
partnership heretofore existing 1'r 4.: Trro ugh f UJJ.tD! 8''f inR; Ca. ervie.i. Ja'a nvtile to St. l.olni. '''l.a Lake City.i' .
Careful estimates made on all contract Deputy Collector. by the "loY8"who have been C. B. Rice and .1. T. Moore, under '. 3 TI a1g.; h..n.nn I....} .1lll'ar: I'i rice ,t. I.uuls'.v Jae-::+,nV1..t!: :, .via. Lake City..
For rui! 1 r.- 1\ : .n :&1 py: to your n"a ea' agR I 1t 0" write to General: 1'; +N:.;er O1Nt.D. ; \
work. Gives more and better packing canteloupes this season. the firm name and style of Rice & lfAY'. :: A. O. MA''D' ,NEL!.. 1._ A. ...IIIPMAN.1rd .
Among them are )!esSir8. James Lamb, \l.f"h.t";. I '.n 'gr. Gen. J-a": : Ag..nt. 'Ift_ G'11. Pay Ax ;t.
work for the money than any other Unless food is digested quickly it Moore, doing business at Ocala. Florida -

man in town. will ferment and irritate the stomach. Eaton Lindner. Henry Stewart, Ernest is this day dissolved by mutual j -
Lytle. Melvin Connell. I
After each meal take a teaspoonful of Anson Halsell consent.
and] Robbie Swain. The audience I OHIO.H. H
L WALTER DUKES Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests was The said Moore conveys his interest !i 1
entertained for hour Messrs. .. .
an by
what and will allow eat said! '!
yon eat you to in the business and assets of the
HOWE>!l and Dickinson with their
The Broadway Tailor all you need of what you like. It never mag- copartnership to the said Rice and

fails to cure the worst cases of dys nificent new grapho-ampliphone.} after the said Rice assumes the payment of i j \\N'? SS H c:::> Ft'111'J I E::

SUITS TO ORDERFrom pepsia.} It is pleasant to take. AntiMonopoly which delicious ice cream and cake the firm indeMf>t1nf>s5. All debts due i .

$l')..dU..- Up Drugstore. were served to all. Sixteen freezers the fluinThis will he paid to the said Hire !j \ To St. Louis Chicago and the West

full were consumed. Late at night all seventh day of June, A. I). 1K! >',. 1 ,

$3 Pants a SpecialtyCleaning Do not fail to see the California returned home well pleased. John T. Moore.C. Through Buffet Sleeper from Jacksonville to St. Louis via .
Pinks and Carnations the AntiMonopoly
at -
Dyeing and Repairing Neat Drugstore. SAVE YOUR VEGETABLES B. Ri'e.G Plant System leaves Jacksonville at 8 p. m., connecting with

ly Done I the Mobile & Ohio's West India Flyer, the host equipped tram

CAsTORIA. I Bug Death is sure destruction to all L" r.0 ::;1.. .A. !in the Poutb. For general information, tickets, etc., apply to

Corner Broadway anJ] Granga StreetsP. Bears the /1 The Kind Yea Ha'.B Ai'Mg! Bflllgtt I plant-eating insects and a fertilizer '-: 1 1.c... "d. .I..., U"na..<" .....a.... D'I..L.I'nlt _...::. ticket agents of the Plant System,

Signature j.i It is non-poisonous. J. B. Sutton, 2S :9a'Z24 f ,75- f s' *_,n.I' C M. SHEPHERD, L. E. SPENCER, T. F. & P. A.,

0. Address, Box 134 cf and 30 Exposition street, State Agent. ..f / / f f. t.<< Gen Pas, Agt., Mobile, Ala. 235 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Flajv.

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J I Marion County L4 L4 I 4 J IN OCALA

Volume VI OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1900 Number 6

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Fine. Try one. Only 1 I cents Commencement of the Campaign of


The :Marion county primary campaign -
In half-pound tins, 10 cents I

opened at Stokes' Hammock
CRANBhRRY S .UCE in tins I Wednesday. Over 300 persons '

I were present and it was one of the r AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
most interesting political meetingsever

held in the county. i Western Meats, Fish, and Cedar Key Oysters

TEAPOT GROCERY 1 Prof. Strozier presided gracefully 1! axT sY Received Every Day.

and effectively I Choice Florida Meats
Celery and All Other

STEAL IS DISCOURAGED I The Ocala delegation: cssrs. Vegetables In Season

-- 1 Sistrunk, Thagard, Carn, Allred, l
r IL IV 1
Editor. Star I disheartened and 1I _- FREE DELIVERY
: am 7 EFG I TELEPHONE 108
Nugent Brinson and did
Bittinger, E : '---T.---
disgusted( with politics and am thinking \
not reach the until Messrs.
seriously of withdrawing( ; from the ground

rnc-o for county treasurer, notice of Chambers, :McCully, :Miller and 15stnlUsheilJnn.l7, Tt17
which was published in tin Manner I!I Smith, candidates for the legislature i I
Eoi-ie! time ago.;
_ spoken. :Mr. Xewadski i
1 have not received much encourage : ()/ tlu1 above celebrated make of goods
came next with a very pleasant
ment. A friend from Levy county I is of Patent Vici Kid made over the

writes me that my plan was: tried in talk His I I lips put a seal on "pondwater" i Dewey Last Patent Calf Toe Cap, and
that made it the
that county a number of years ago catch of is a handsome; Shoe.J. .
and WUI'kf'cl11 and that I need have the day. 1 I le referred to his recordin M. NEELY, Receive Deposits Have Money to Loa

no fears of the consequences! \ but therecent the last legislature, and said he TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS

convictions for murder in Merchants' Block.HUTCHINSONMcRAE .
THERE IS NOTHINGIN was ready to give reason for his
Alachua and Duval counties causes I Small Accounts Receive the Same Attention as Larae Ones
actions to voter who dissatisfied
THE WORLD any was -
lo hesitate. It be
IIHJ may possiblethat i Support Your Home Bank

murder, and even embezzlement, That will )pull the thermometer with them I lie I spoke of ....
__ ._
may soon be looked) upon as punishable down so> far as a glass of pure, sparkling :- the necessity for backbone in a : At & )p. m. Sunday the 17th instant

crimes in Marion county. The delicious soda. It refreshes legislator, referred to efforts at bribery Mr.: HuUhinson and Miss Uesbie Me-

disease may spread. I have just:: received wonderfully stimulates the brain, MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS
r during the senatorial contestof I tae of Churchill were united in the
a I letter from admirer in _
an cools the blood. Good at all seasonsof
I holy bonds of :Mr.: Hick-
and named :Mr. of matrimony.
which he says: "I 1 (don't see how you the year, hut especially good justnow. 97, Mobley I man performed the that Has Just Received and Opened

can expect to get anything like $10-/ Suwannee, whom he met the day j ceremony
Helps digestion, too. It is not I made them man and wife. THE FINEST LINE OF
U0'( ', of the before in and who
out county treasury, so long often that you may take medicine in Jacksonville, .] Miss Hutchinson sister of the .

;ili the board( of county commissioners such an agreeable form. Xewadski his ,'
: complimented
on ver groom, acted as maid of honor. The

j f.qiumder the people's} money in creating T. W. Troxler. tebra. 111'Ioblcy: said he had 'bride was attired in cream cashmere, Freud Patter Hats
new! election districts! for which
I refused $2100.offered him to vote I trimmed l in )lace, ribbon :and orange _
t there! is no i imperitive or political
;: oIl1s.
need. 1 also have a letter from an for Chipley. :Mr. Xewadski spokeof I

"observer" advising me to "wait until his support to the bill requiring After the ceremony, refreshmentswere EVER\ BROUGHT/ TO OCALfi
\Ve are going to have a grand 4th ,I served I to the enjoyment of all.

we can get a now board of countycommissioners of July picnic celebration at Captain convict lessees to pay more for I The bride is a lovely lady but _
young My stock of goods for Easter and the summer is the finest and
one that will notspend Lytles' grove. The captain has convicts. I He I said those we ran hardly that will '
the very among I say anything most complete in the city. An invitation to visit my store and
public before it is
money kindly consented to place his beautiful who opposed his renomination were.add I to her luster; May peace and happiness view the most exquisite French designs in art is extended to the
collected!! nor create useless! election .
districts for the accommodation grove at our disposal for the day the convict lessees, the American : go with this: couple through ladies of Ocala and Motion county.
or political and there will be ice cream lennnade the remaining years of their life is: the
advantage of its Book Co., the railroads and the
own members. and other refreshments for those whodesire wis-h of a spectator. Yours for elegance and style in millinery

1 "think by the time the election exptnses them. Patriotic speeches boat whisky men. I He emphasized the T

) are )paid the treasury: will Iw"hllsll'll" MRS. L. TOMPKINS
rides on the lake and all sorts ofamusements important point that those sent to WORKING NIGHT AND DAY
and that there would} be
will be provided. Everyone legislative bodies should be able to
nothing left for me to embezzle I 1 but FRENCH MILLINERY STORE
is invited to come and bring baskets
The busiest
a delicit. Will Steal. draw bills properly and see that I and mightiest little
and we promise them a good Did _
thing that ever was! made is Dr. King'sIAew
they were not sidetracked. I
time. Life Pills! livery pill is a
THE MODERN BEAUTY It was evident that neck of the I
The committee is of R. I
composed I
c oated globule of health that changes

Thrives on good( food and sunshine, .A, Kelsey; A. S. J. McKenney, E. J. woods was full of "Zee" men by weakness into strength, listlessness
with plenty of exercise in the open air. Lytle and A. W. Allen. A. W. Allen. the way many voters rubberneckedto into energy, brain-fag into mental

Her form glows with health and her The. Star takes great pleasure in hear every word he had to say. .lower. They're wonderful in building -

face blooms! with its beauty. If her presenting the claims of Stanton in
: Kd, L. Davis ot Ocala, a candidate ; up the health. Only 2f; cents per Spell It Three or Four Times. Say it Over a N'ew'rindes. Ke- _
system needs the cleansing action of a commemoiating the 12.1th; anniversary >ox. Sold by Garrett & Geri Ocala,
laxative remedy! she uses the gentle of the nation's independence.\ The I for county judge, made an able and all other druggists.COLUMBIA member It. Its the :Name of the Store You Want'to Trade At.

and pleasant Syrup of Figs made by day will become memorable in association argument to the effect that that_
the California Fig Syrup Co only. with the }place and( the name office should be filled by a practicing GRAND $50.00 i

of Captain Lytle. whose love of country attorney. Prof. Hrinsoh followed Will save money by coining to the greatest bargain store in O a1a..

COLD DRINKS and( unadulterated patriotism is See what we have turned loose for thirsty bargain hunter.
said he too was well versed The most wonderful Graphophone
sjnonimous; with his large and unbounded
in common law and if elected would ever produced.; It will pay you to in SPECIAL SPECIAL
John Pelot and brother are serving Americanism. May the eagle

excellent cold drinks, milk: shakes, scream, the ;glorious banner'm'e lemonstrate his fitness. vestigate. % Calicoes, fast colors, at 3/| ; Bargainc in Shoes.
\\V have just received 100 new
fruits, candies and cigars in the little and the spirit of 177(! throb in every Alfred Ayer of Flemington l presented Bleaching at 4!'/2 cents. Bargains in Clothing.
records, which include all the latest
room (between the Teapot Grocery and'I'ydings' bosom! ; present is the wish of the Star his claim for the office of and hest selections.; Ocala Music Co. Madras Shirting at 12/2; cents. Bargains in Gents': Furnishings.

and its editor. Colored at 10 cents. in Laces.
Drugstore.( Call on them. Piques Bargains
tax assessor, I lie I said his defeat for
.\Watermelons+us and Canteloupe Colored Lawns at 3'/2' cents. Bargains in Embroideries.Men's .
tax collector, two years ago, was
: compassed by the goldbugs of the and Hoys' White Rubber Bottom Shoes at 49 cents. All sizes In

The latest designs in lightWeight Mosquito Canopies. Agent for the famous tailors, Rose & Co., Chicago.
FOR RENT Dr. J. Newton I county and corporation andif I
Hathaway has ,
lieI"f't'fl Felt Hats for gentlemen's summer
We give a valuable premium with every purchase. We :fro doing all of
an electric belt which he is he is defeated for this
prepared assessor wear. M. Fishel. this beginning Today. Respectfully yours, THE BOSTON STORE. t
The Wilson )House all furnished for) to furnish to all patients who
year it will be due to the same silent -
three months. Apply to (1. W. Wells, need it, at a nominal charge.Vrite .
but baleful influence I He gave CHEAP FOR CASH
Box S97, Ocala. to J. Newton Hathaway, M. D., 25; Bryan -

street, Savannah, Ga. the newspapers a rap, said their The "-IOudAo/JrI Iy.e.\sRgK' RefrigeratorSOLID
Small house and third of an acre
PIANO FOR SALE influence with that of the G B. C.
of land near city. Apply at this office.
-- HICKORY STOVE WOOD would lay low the earth. No man OAK GOLDEN OAK FINISH With or Without Water Tank

A fine, new instrument for sale on with a pass or corporation collar Sweet and Sour Pickles in bulk, 20 Wall) White Gna,, ..'..,1 )l'r..Mi Cha.aler! With Niclccloi'l 1'rovisirn Cii:.i.i.ber.
easy terms. Apply} at this office With White I.namekJ J'r ,v.-nn CUi.i1-, :.".1 l I'aiik. Wall! .Vcltclwl J'r\..ion Chamber ,ud fans.
Having uotaken the management around his neck would vote for cents a dozen at the John McCarthy

of our stove wood business ourselveswe Ayer lie admitted his last defeat Store. .------ .
Straw hats for ladies, gents and name schedule of rates below: A ? 'ti tJie! only rc.
but if downed again it 1 ---- The 1 WU'U-"l-C-S' i'1 that .
children at Rheinauer's. One cord (12S cubic feet packed or frigcrator
will j]] be his last which he will t Fresh food
20U cubic feet thrown in), $2.30. run, I l1+ I. ; 'll'illkcep food free from contamination.!

One lead, thrown in (Go: cubic feet), regret, as he looks upon himself iI will no/ taint nor spoil by absorbing the smell
83:; cents. as the people's champion. ,...."6,,. '. ': ,,,1 ,:_t'I' A1..nh.1.-> fruits and provisions i as invariably occurs

- One load packed in ((6.d; cubic feet), John W.Graham of Grahamville, *'' .....",'.' __'3 JI I -. ; J : \\ ith otherlrCaIlctl refrijTerator*.

I, f $1.23.!;; candidate for ft 1 Isf. (. rA (f "i*built atrictly
tax assessor, was excused a -j M't I -
1tZGc Delivered in town. Cash on deliv- I I .. !I!1 :1 I The "'U'Cl 'Ol.ft: K e\u"S; SCICU. tifi C1
i ; upon ..
by the chairman because of '"-'.., !, '
ery. Parties owning a team wishing:; 4 ;; i! principles, and consequently i i.s a Scientific Ir2"
$ :, ,. .
his youth and bashfulness he 1""-1 ,
wood for their it : yet try I .
own use can get at t
It Jl i : ; ,!! server of 'oC'J. The circulation of air i ia so fvrfectly
.. Hi ,
the factory at the rate of $1.75 per not only sought to take care of r ,..., .,... i I --;'E!,,t... ,y: $ #--TJ t:1: j-j arranged that colors arc carried off ;...01 l "nt

cord or one cent per cubic foot looseor :Marion's tax books, but was npt o t :Z=- and do not come in contact with the ice :t-.. in .til F

one and two thirds cents per cubic averse to taking care of a Marion L..J 'jther Kcfrigerators.f'vaiitirr .
foot packed by the load. vFR 1 :..z \
lassie, if his lit on the 1.
Orders can be placed at our office by eye proper i'l /,... f 1>'n K<'ft I*'r<,> ",!'-1/" "'"are/- t'J au-t fit infix faftnrf,rattan,?JI'>t
Phony Xo. S or by mail, Box 727. one.Tom 0"r""T "..r.ttJ,k ':I T a.-"OJ'rks' r. in tj_,." mi'it mil l"t ,,*( ""Il.II""UU""U' .

Rim & Spoke Factory, Pasteur of Eureka, in a
f\IGn1f 1 14-3-tf; 0. W. Reagan, Agt. modest way said he thought he THE BEST SERVICEAnd '.,9'''eT'X". ';"I'i. "J.I.Z.f"jCAt!: c Rf-P.\.Ci'U': .i s "''TRltt.EiST .

A REAL TREATis had the necessary qualificationsfor the finest food in the city is to be FLORW.1'1\ MANTFACIIRIXG) \ \ COMPANY\ (Ocala, Fla.) ,\IGFNTSYONGEANDFRASIER

CHEAP INSURANCE treasurer, and that if his had at the -
assured those who -
purchase our
hearers thought as he did. he _
Railroad Restaurant
ICE CREAM Many a man has: been insured would be very grateful for their

The most subtle skill has transformed against lh ight's disease, diabetes or votes. Every seasonable dainty is on the

ingredients: of the greatest; purity other dangerous ailment by a fifty-cent bill of fare. The Roasts, Steaks, Chops -, t
into cream of the moat: exquisitellavor. bottle of Foley's Kidney Cure. AntiMonopoly Anthony, and otherdishe s are of fine flavor and

Our delicious confections are Dru torc. present treasurer, declined to satisfying Nowhere else ,; /\ I .

not excelled by any made in the city ------- orate, for Chairman Strozier said can you dine so well for

and byry few made elsewhere.Vt All Kinds of Repairti uric DoneI
he the best official Marionever
A full assortment of blue serge suits was Fifty CentsCAsTOFtIA.p PromptlyUVI
\ still make in t
cream: any quantity coats and vests, and single coats, at had, but quietly continued his A ,
tl'sin'tI.Peach. Rheinauer's.I3AlNER. \ ;, ORI XT LITTLE JO
work of distributing to sure voters : : AND KLPJXJUVENILE
cream every day hereafter, "'
from luscious fresh peaches. the best ten-cent stogies ever con- Ptrrs the re 1 iYIiiale\ : Aibai3\ GatSig < WHEELS

SALVE : !:a'ae
DAME, THE CREAM MAN i Concluded} on second pagt-i, Montezuma Block, Ocala, Florida.
tho most!: healing salvo In the world.:


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Daily Paper in Ocala 00 rOil lei S- Scrofula

Special Arr.ngentetti: Vhere/y! a Free! slImed by enthused political pic- ,

BITTINGER AND COMPANY Copy tan Hiteadcr hiu :ned! by KUTV: I I nlcers. i Old Sores

..f 'J I'dr.For ,
<< 'Ij
Proprietors and PublishersC. \V. K. Allen of Mcintosh who
A> the blood contains all the elements necessary to sustain hte, it., important -
weds tit! : ( re"f'h i RILeulJW2 I.S MI
I w)IJH'IJ bu \ turuu. was absent because in attendance that it be kept free of all impurities, or It becomes a source of disease, a. 1/..,
L. BITTINGER, ','!; tt'.
Editor and Business Manager.R. p i-?:.!: ::.d.;. Ilr..l.IJIiJUlJE AV.Cc.'s I at the state convention as a delegate Somloivma{ enter the blood fr".m without through the skin by absorption, cr ContaulOUS

...'i ,1 II:H'-O. \'IOI,. : had written Mr Strozmr to inoculation ; others from within a, when waste products accumulate in the tfig .
j I ii ,.1',r IKXtl. :,',..:....) l I system and ferment, allowing disease germs to develop and be taken into the
R. CARROLL, City Editor. nuucl.i :'. In...' |tlatu.wr' 'J II:, say that the matter. of his birth' circulation. While all blood troubles have one common origin, each has some Blood Poison,

,- Jutr+'erred a l.n j' was an accident, being from Indiana : peculiarity to distinguish it from the other. Contagious Hloo-1 Poison Scrofula.
'' dl DUIIjr of ti! <"'i IJlYJk I Cancer Rheumatism. Eczema and other blood diseases l
Entered at the Ocala Po.stollice as sec: 1,; > : can >e distinguished by ChronIc i/l&ers.
AL. dad: d'I',eiu'asf: >c d.1! his parents having jroiie a certain sore, ulcer eruption or inflammation appearing on the skin. Every blood
ond class matter. ar riia'In! !,:'IJ'l fr(-(' I
r f Z'bG V. 2 mail tn alt readers llh: there a short time (from Ken- disease shows sooner or later ca: the outside and on the weakest part of the body, or where it finds the least resistance.

-- ---- ---- 1' \ |);alF who seal must Many mistake the sore or outward sign for the real disease, and attempt a cure by the use of salves, liniments and other
Jtri'l: fuia! external;: applications. Valuable tim is lost and no permanent benefit derived from such treatment.
For Congress For jo yar>- Ir Ifatil:\j\ 1; L 1'JIllI''t1 hi;
practK.ihuot: e.viu-i> '!:} (idi. 'a';,';IJf Southern man. I BLOOD TROUBLES REQUIRE BLOOD REMEDIES; the poison must he completely and permanently -
anti ilunir/ that WIll' h"- h.l.. rl'? >j--Jiuire 11I1'I'j i I eradicated the blood reinforced and cleansed the disease
ROBERT W. DAVISof Mr. Nugent asked; for reelection purified or goes deeper and saps the very life. Mercury,
to health, \iyit.. u.viulir-1-< s :!!
an t'-n oth'-r.1'".tOf', in th:,-"'aintrj combined. I I potash md arsenic, the treatment usually presented in thi-> class of diseases, are violent poisons, even when taken in small
Putnam Dr. llutliu'Aa> treat .n-l salt> l h\ a ludh.,,* as sheriff so that he coulr. j doses never cure, but do much harm bv adding another poison to the already overburdened, diseased blood.
entirely l hh o-"H. serve a full term-If this
- turn it'll! and ud evi't-r; '!1\; !11\ IAM of I
vitalit'. Varico'f'le. Scii'I :urt*. l J Io FLORIDA DEMOCRATSNow in its diiliTf-nt! stas-! WI"1I1lathm1.11! \ Uwk.: done he would not ask for ; and healthy, and at the same time builds up the general health. S. S. S. is the only
all iiurm: of unnar, roiiii'Uiijti. LI!h-r.". Sor-, purel vegetable blood known and the I that reach
and Skin II,''a,('.-. l.riu'litOwi "and aU t"turn another. He made plain his ) purifier only one can deep-seated
blood troubles. .\ record of of successful cures it to be reliable
a ,
Assembled in Convention in the of Kidu';> Tr<>-.ll-N.: Hicr.itrntit Lr usdcrtoned 50 years proves
in.:n f"'jfc.I'I"t \itui'iiid: nukes the views on the publication of the unfailing hiedfic| for ail blood and skin troubles.

Metropolis of Florida patii-nt a -..truiiwell.l!. VU">roiiiii.iii.. delinquent tax list. He said that Free Medical Troatmcnt.-Our Medical is in of
Dr. lIathawLW'j'U: ,-' in th.- tr"-Ina+-nt of Department charge
Tuesday) noon Chairman RawlsBalled ) Variwelf 1 and'r>tri<-turo Aiiiiuut than)of knife instead of printing It and i i skilled physicians, who have made blood and skin diseases a life study, !so if you have
or"aut'f is [> ,o'l ."idiaL Tin- I I';:d' nt i i.> trotted p lying I Contagio is. Blood Poison Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Kczema, an Old Sore or Ulcer,
the convention to order. or loss b> thii of time method(WIll at roj.jn.sThn his own home! !without I is i po>itivch pair. I a printer $3,000 for the work, : or any similar blood trouble, write them full for advice about your: case. All correspondence is conducted in strictest fon6.I .

Thomas M. Palmer of Hillsboro the on I} trcatm-nt which, ('ur\ ('',nnrtl'-ul'ir v.ithotit an oppr\ amend the law so that it could be !I deuce. 11'e make no charge fur this service. Book on blood and skin diseases free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.I .
ation. Dr. Hathaiv iail th attu
: -
elected chairman, and I L. W.'limof I
St. Johns and Frank Wai pole of pa thou es'Si.'e of suilt-rers: *, J!>,;fn o)and in \:11:.1: ii'-o of In'"*-i". now and lx:stricture o case malt.-n 1 h. Dr. Hatiiway! i is st; 1f''la\h\ I and then the bal- I
--I Manatee secretaries.The trat -d rti-conlin-: r'11 it, nature.ail:l uudt-r incen- delinquent, put II
tral!pi H'II.hlllll'I'\(| iii'>! !all ft-ssi'.ii i II;>tis<'d\"\ of the IMcIVER
the delegates I ance money sayi,500,
afternoon was spent by I
him:arc|pro'I 1'.i.,1 fr' .11.1a.toli'I.tau! 1 lu'sttiru:; il I & MacKAYI
in visiting; Pablo, the finest hi..u\\nlallllrWlr tsuJ', !1I'II"r<;lIflill'f'Hht. into the county treasury In this
Dr. Il.itluwiy: makes no liarjc' for mi-stlta
seaside resort in the world. The tit,,or ad\ice.eitlr-r at lis: oRcf or Ity Mini! am- I way the newspaper war for the I
when a casttak"n 1[ t'tconcbw f .u rovr at
Florida East Coast railway did the cost of in. di<-iii "-:all i i pf.ll'.waarril. w .\ice--,. I uppointrnent of county commISsIOner leading Central Florida
honors.I II.ithu\vaval: : : -i." pnf"T \h<':i it i i-> (p+>.' I
rle, tohivf: hip % 't> ;"Hn' inr.iorit! !, 'i' would be knocked out. He
I I K. Mclver of the Marion delegation ijnc inti-rv i l\\. hit tlii-i i. II' hf:ial.: a.> I.:' IK. Furniture and House Furnishing Dealers.
tur.rl:: I !scorr-s: di, tlii>. '1.1.! } C.I ',. :;, ut, in all > favored the election of commissioners -
was placed on the committee of tioiij(;f t'tc' w-iil 1 I 1 v.-n-i{ : !' Lost !j<'\er t'* I,. !iii I
credentials and Jen.: Robert Bullock System of Iloi-v- Treatment:. is M) Ilf'rff'cte1llha. by primary. 'lie calledon The largest and most complete brand new stock' of Furniture in
he an bnni'tfii: \ ;t' lirei- 'lIrd I> :a.i I sj IW' 11l!.
on rules. Kd. \Vartmann of Citra as though thi! |pal; i int falpI'Jdy.l'! : his office. those aspiring for legislative
suites from the to t Ihe] most Iron brass
was made chairman of the Marion J. NEWTON HATHAWAY M. D. honors to declare themselves onabrogdtiK cheapest expensive. ,

Ilele atioll. %<1 Urjan Htrrrt.Dr. Hathaway&Co.i\'Hnnali, UaX the publication of the trimmed beds. Mattresses of all ]kill S. Springs, any price.
M. L. Payne, the Demosthenes of '>dEYTIO TU1S PAPER: WHEN W1trTl G. I
I delinquent tax list acd saving .
Fairfield, was jollied in a speech on
"I'conomy'Iliell brought; him to the I I that money to the county instead GREAT ASSORTMENT OF MATTINGSin
Don Mclver, is attending strictly to
sopping .
platform. The shouts of "Louder!
business and much of the Jennings I
Louder!" demurred I his oration and B King of Cotton Plant,
boom is dues to their energetic: efforts. all grades< Rugs and Portieres.. ;: Handsome Pictures ; Picture Moldings, hundreds of
left him at the mercy of the house, aspirant for sheriff, proclaimedhis
which adjourned. Payne enjoyed the I democracy Florida birthright designs.i Side Boards ; Chairs, beautiful willows, (dining and ofHce. Oflico Desks, three

OPEN ALL NIGHT I sizes. J and Go-C-arts. fact in F'urlliturc.r have three
fun a) much as his audience. and abhorrence of trusts >aby Carriages ill anything

The primary plan for selecting the big floors filled with I Furniture. We !have all kinds of Upholstering 1) Mattress Making,
We have a night phone, number 73 theoretically, but personally he
state officers was overwhelmingly indorsed. Picture Framing Etc. done skilled workmen.
and render willing service at any hOUl.1 assured! tho sovereigns before bun ,

of the night. Ask your physician to that nothing would please him .

Nominations for Governor call us. Garrett & Gerig, Harness Etc.
more than a combination on their Wagons Buggies
.1[on. C. M. Brown of Ocala Thursday Postoffice Drug Store. ,
i part to trust him with the shrievalty. -
morning put in nomination Hon.W. .

S. Jennings for governor. lie was: SHOES \\'e have the only t11)-to-late= t ', Buggies and Supplies for same, Harness,

seconded by J. II. Curry of Manatee, Ladies', Misses'! Children's, Gents'and Mr. Strcxier said that In his Saddle: ( Rohes) Etc. ill town. Builders* Material. of all kinds Wall Paper, Paints

who made a great hit and convulsedthe Boys' Shoes-a full line at reduced precinct they would put up a sep- nnd) Oils.) Complete Undertakers' and Eluhal HIerS' Department entirely separate.

convention by humorous sayings. box that the
prices. M. Fishel. arate so voters Write or call on

Hon. I). II. Mays of Jefferson was could express their preferences I

nominated C. II. Parkhill.
The season is here for negligee for county commissioners.N. .
Judge II. S. Liddon of Calhoun I 'Mclver and
shirts and summer suits. Our stock 3[. Allred urged on every MacKayI
named W. H. Milton, Jr.
Judge Uaney named! Myers of Leon.C. never was so complete and prices so I man who claimed to be a demo-

A. Carson spoke for Jas. I). Hoggs inviting. Convenience and comfort crat, to pay the poll-tax and I FLORIDA
will turn your thoughts towards our I ,
of Orange. I vote, thus raising our delegationsin '
stock and if you will step in can I
The speeches did! not close until late you state conventions from 11 to I THE PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHING.covery. .

be suited at Rheinauer's.Reports __ _
and a recess was taken until 3 p. m., 18. ---- ---- --.-- -- _. ___ __ u _om_ __
when balloting began.
show that over fifteen hun- The editor of the Star, by Thi* duo, Sistrunk and
Eight i ballots were taken Thursday

afternoon and night in which Jenningswas deed lives have been saved through special request, made a ft.-w remarks Thagar.l, dec ined to say how HUBBARD & MAcDUFF
the; use of One Minute Cough Cure.
ahead.) At 11 o'clock this ( Friday about having a purpose competent they were for th >irrespective
Most of these were cases of grippe,
) morning Jennings was still in and' living u.p to it; for the Star, positions, but, like ,
croup: asthma, whooping cough, !
the 1 lead by SO old with Heggs following the best local : the Jobbers and Retailors in
hitis: and pneumonia. Its! early use pHperin county, men, paid their respects and01- \
with 70 odd( ) I
prevents consumption. AntiMonopoly though making a good impression -I untary amounts to the] 1 idies who j

Ballots for Governor Drugstore. could issue a few extra are collecting, money for the .

}First ballot. copies to seekers after it. Pleasant Hill In I Ifo HARDWARE
-Jennings, 78; Myers, Fresh!; fish, both mullet and bottom eager church. i it they

US; ; Mays.( :,0; ]!eggs, 47; Milton 37; fish, received every day, kept on ice He secured them. showed the power of Ayer's I

necessary to choice, 188. Eighth hal- and delivered anywhere in the city by But the last was the best, for remarks on corporate influence. I

lot-Jennings, 81 ; Myers.: 72; Mays, William Tucker. Reddick's MILL MINING AND
it was Light on Z'uvadski was a plunger on ice ,
r 52; Heggs.-li!); Milton :j. I
Stokes Hammock darkness. It cream. With it he courted the I I
The Tampa Tribune says it looks Take your meals at Mrs. Anthony's

like a dark horse after 25; ballots, as .adies' and Gents' Restaurant and was the return of Prodigal Popu- ladies and their husbands: Votes.: AGRICULTURAL SUPPLIES

the factions are solid for their favor- Oyster:; Parlor, near Mclver & Mac- lism to the bosom of tho great
Stoves Sash Doors and Blinds
i ites. Kay's. democratic fold. He did it in MIAMI WILL CELEBRAtE ,

Presidential ElectorsJ. such a catching "such 1"
way Glass all sizes Ammunitions
The Chinese ask, "How is your -
M. Barrs. of Duval; .T. S. Beard, iver?" instead of "How do you do?" trifles Light as ail'" that he A goof many from this section; will ,
take of the rates offered
advantage cheap -
of KscambiaV.; H. Ellis of Gadsdenand for when the liver is active the health stirred the audience to deepest ---- ---
by the Eat Coast railway. to
M. L. Williams of DeSoto. is good.<< De Witt's Little Early Risers interest and merriment. He
visit Miami on the 4th of July and witness WM. BEN ?
ire famous little pills for the stomachand
AlternatesW. with Alfred
sympathized Ayer, the celebration and see the beauties -

II. Harris of Monroe; G. L. Hil- bowels. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. for had not Light been defeated of the East Coast. The rate from Groceries
Bakery Fancy
buiu of Putnam; Dan Campbell of A full supply of Ladies' Holts just for office twice. If Pond water Palatka to Miami and return is $I..",''I.

Walton and W. F. Himes of Smnter. received. Also:; Pulley Belt Buckles was such an rxhilerant as proclaimed and from Ocala to I'alatka one fare

and Collarette Buckles in different de for the round trip, good on either road
State Delegates to National Convention by Xewadski: why not OCALA FLA.Mechaireal .
signs. M. Fishel. from the 2nd to the 8th.
take a barrel home. But as the .. ---- -
II.: H. McCreary of Alachua. Fatal mistakes are made by those populistic wave h.d fallen flit on

L'. S. Liddon of Escambia. who do not heed the earlier symptomsof the political beach and the demo- MILLIONS GIVEN AWAYIt PLATE\ METAL WORKR

II. H. Palmer of Columbia kidney or bladder trouble that often cratic tenets came nearest to is certainly gratifying to the public -

J. I-:. Wolfe of Escambia. end in Bright's disease; or diabetes. I.
to know of in the land}
what was to him now only a one concern ..J. VV CAIN
Charles When Cure makes the 7
Wright of Hillsboro. Foley's Kidney
memory, he would lend the lightof who are not afraid to be generous to
J.V.. Watson of Osceola. Kidneys well, how foolish it is to the and The
needy suffering. proprietors -
II. I). McDonald I :) of Volusia. DELAY. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Light to democratic \'ictory of Dr. King's New Discovery for Engineer and Boiler Maker.

C. Gibbons of Duval. [Vociferous applause ] Consumption, Coughs and Colds have

Alternates Jacoby, L. J. Reives, This ended the speaking. given away over ten million trial bottles Hoiler! ;. Tank-: *. Phosphate Dryers Pans, Vats, Stacks etc., in fact all ,

John J. )McShone Geo. W. Reynolds l1"i7.J pI. .:l:1f;: "C .f jlIIi... lIi:,!r;fY1K'lA'r ... Theypather was ideal. of this great medicine, and have kinds] of She.-t Iptal"ork., designed and built to order. Repairs will reiive -
_1'IfJi' ?.)..",. \f. 1/11... ,
W. A. Filer, R. Anderson., J. L.Ktrkllatricl r. ;; .l r1::fJ A..)\.:.V//''I ,/l/z/ '1 ifI The ice cream and lemonade the satisfaction: of knowing it has absolutely i prompt attention. Satisfaction is guaranteed with all work. Pricesreasonable.

F. A. Walpolo.They 1/,1. ..II.Vhiil\- \..'....!'I:. .1').._'"....,..1:11-;:'''''.".'.'.I"/..',,.,., ,'..,. stand, run by the ladies of the cured thousands of hopeless Plans and specifications furnished for new plants of every

were unanimously elected. cases. Asthma, Bronchitis Hoarseness kind.; !.I'lrss; by mail or wire J. W. CAIN,

Editor McCreary of the GainesvilleSun l1 I "I i r j' .: 1 Pleasant: Hill Baptist church, and all diseases of the Throat, Orlando, Fla.

and state senator received the scored a success. They have Chest and Lungs are surely cured by ___ __ _ --___
; -- n
highest vote on committee, 33 out of --:: lumber on the grounds and are it. Call on Garrett & Oerig. Ocala, -- -

forty-five. 'V'l"tJ t r.Wll'" raising funds to met their build! and get a 10-<;cnt trial bottle. Regular The character of the patronswe Math shek

.. : ..
From an Eye Witness r_"'ijr'", 1 ing. Those in charge of the work size, GO; cents and $l. Every bottle have, the large number of

JacJ sou'ilIJune 21.-The convention ... J: \' are )[rs. Archie Melver, Mrs. guaranteed or price refunded. professionals and critics who
/ .
I i e : Sold by all dmg-gists.
is the largest body of fine look I \\ \\ \ \ Will Font, Mrs. Marston, Mrs.[ use and indorse them testify pianoMathushek:

ing, sober, intelligent men I have ever I \ Robinson and others. to the superior quality of the
seen assembled in Florida. They are Neglect is the short step so many
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here for business and there is comparatively take from a cough or cold to consump-
Our best references are our
It was all a hungry
no dissipation or rowdyism.The are person The early use of One Minute Cough
could crave Its like is not seen Cure consumption. It is the numberless friends.
time so far has )been taken up organizing always very conspicuous and it pays prevents :
only harmless remedy that gives im- We hive TH: piano that
and l appointing committees: to wear good shoes. It pays to have or tasted: every day. ;

and adopting the platform. The discussion your feet trimly dressed, if there is a The editor dined with :Mr. and me.Bate results. It cures all throat pleases the most fastidiousand

on the platform last night hole in the inside of your glove. )lr. Hughey of Mornston. Sim only! handles remedy that gives im- will surely please you. Piano

called out the heavy guns. It was a We sell a shoe at $2 which we think Sistrunk and E. Thag.ird; were and lung troubles. Children all like We refer again to the

ten strike for the removal of the capital excellent for ordinary purposes. We it and mothers endorse it. AntiMonopoly
victims of its beguilings. They --
', and )passed by an overwhelmingvote. : have them in ladies' shoes, both high Drugstore

and low black and tan, and in gents' wiped their lips with a benediction Bates' S. M.ll.

The work of 'nominating a governor also. Calf or vici kid; lace or con to Mrs. Hu hey, .Mrs. Hendrix Soda water and tre h Jersey milk Luddcn &

will ho:;in this mornin gress. Give me a call at the old stand. et al. and ell'am"err: day, at the Hole in

Marion county's delegation, lead by G A. Nash. I The Star reporter made a dis the WalL 29 E. Bay Street, Jacksonville. FRED KANN: : Ianager.IIT1TTTh ,

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