The Ocala evening star

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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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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-- MACK- -Y
I Washington, August 12. Hain IWIVER &
tonight -
leas tomorrow. Ocala Music Co. II I All persons required, either under
except fair in extreme northern
I the old, or laws of the last legislature,

Watch our windowOcala MUST; portion; cooler in :southeast portion; to take out an occupational license,

Co. Ii Thursday, rain and cooler in northern must do so by the first of September Ocala Florida

portion. next. A failure to do so will compel. ,

Dame leads In ice cream. Others the county judge or tax collector to

follow tf $100 REWARD, $100 report the delinquents to the state's .

attorney for such action by him as the Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machinery

M. I:. Hobinson went to Dunnellon I The readers of this paper will be law directs. Please spare us the un .

today I pleased to learn that there is at least pleasant duty, but none the less a du :

one dreaded disease that science: has doctors dentists I Wagons Buggies Phaetons Surreys Carriages
i ty. Lawyers, real: j ,
"It. A new shipment just received !
ii been able
i I to canin all its stages, and i ii i estate agents, (all persons handlingreal
at Taylor's.Music that is Catarrh. Hall' Catarrh Cureis I estate for a commission for sale

the only I positive cure now known of same, are construed to be agents,

I her & MacKay's.racks and fIre screens at Mc- tr the medical fraternity. Catarrh being i and subject to pay for a license J HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

'" a constitutional disease:; requires : merchants, phosphate plants turpentine -

constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh i stills, saw mills, crate factories,

Mclver Ice cream& MacKay's.freezers, all sizes. At Cure is taken internally, actingdirectly !i and others, are subject to a licence Building Materials Every Kind and Description

upon the blood and mucoussurfaces :' tax. Be glad to give any information.Call ,
of the system, thereby destroying I'I
at R. Bullock
Midsummer sale of water coolers at i once on countyjudge.

J. A. Pittman & Son's. the foundation of the disease, or E. L. Carney county tax col- FURNITURE
and giving the patient: strength by l lector. OF ALL KINDS

}building the constitution and
Miss Maud Knight of Citronelle :Is
nature in doing its work. The.flffIlIif.tofS
visiting Miss Sarah Frank. A PHYSICIAN HEALEDDr.
I I'atl.h / have: so much faith in Its : I PHOSPHATE PLANTS

curative powers, that they offer One : ,
\\ our window and save $1 Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician
Hundred, Dollars) for any case that it
every day. Ocala Music! Co. of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over
fails to ('III'f'. Send for list of tf'stlmonI INSTALLED COMPLETETROPICAL
I I thirty years writes his personal experience
ials. Address I
It I is! given up by all that name's with Foley's Kidney Cure: "For
... .
. _
F. .1. CHUNKY & CO. O.
Toledo ..
cream I Is the best in the city tt years I had been greatly bothered with
Sold by druggists i! 75('.
kidney and bladder trouble and enlarged
Buffets, elegant finish, new and Hall's "Family !rill? are the }best. 000- 00- 00- 000- 0- 00- 00- 0- BEGINNING AT ONCE
prostrate gland. I used everything
pretty. See; theta At Mchvr & MacKay's. I 0
known to the profession without relief
: THE REASON WHY 0 I II The articles displayed In our window .
I until I commenced to use Foley's Kidney ,
I D. 1. Honey's patrons: leceived no Cure.: After taking three bottles I No Matter How Smal ? I will be marked one dollar less
Cool: meals and comfortable lodging 01 I I each day until sold. Don't miss this
milk this
: moining was that ho could 1 entirely relieved and cured. Iprescribe \\\1T/
at the\ Uoush 1I01l\!' (>, N'o. M.:: :-:. Magnolia 0 I opportunity. Watch our window. Th\t
!not leave the bedside! of his little
:; girl,
it 'now daily in my practiceand No Matter How
street.LostA. 0 1 Large, I II Ocala Music Co.
Itut Ii. who has
beenery sick for several heartily recommend its use to all
I /H\ 0
days and whose life hung in the physicians for such troubles. I have
:: small hunch of k >ys. A reward 0I
balance this mornins. She is a little It In
prescribed hundreds of cases with
will be for their }
: paid return to I 0o
this office. better this afternoon.BAPTIST perfect success." Sold by Postofflce I II CASTORIAFor
CHURCH TONIGHT I Drugstore. I I 0If Infants and Children.
Mosquito Nets, and the noted/ Perfection J I
Canopy and Frame. At Mc- OFF TO ST. PETERSBURGThe I YOUR 6:1\FRRs, ? The Kind You Have Always Bought
Iver & MacKay's.The Midweek, prayer, meeting at 7:4."j.: ; I
Theme: The Prayers of Jesus" St. Petersburg excursion train I 0 Bears the '# ,Jifl.SfiUature .

only place in town where you Short talks, good singing and to which over the A. C. 1.... left this afternoon 0I I II ofTUESDAYS .

can get pure cream is at C. )II. Dame's. the public is invited. with the Ocala baseball team who will I

Next to Mrs. Jli<'k' tf --- -- -- I
__ I :hy with St. Petersburg's team in thatown BANKING Will Give It Satisfactory At0
n i \Inv I:'in.s in :ihi* -.immunity tomorrow afternoon. The member ?I FOR LADIES

..J.V.. Nix "r 1 Li ilr\irw'. foniH-rly o:" me surfeun:; iiiMi kidney! coaij/laint i s' composing the Ocala team are aj 0 JI I

Sunur.crfu'ld. was in town today at 1 wlio could avoid: fatal results by using I follows: Clark. Harris, Titus, Good, I I tention Maurice Strauss has set aside Tues

renewed i lor the Star.t FO'.PJ'S! Kidney Cure. Sold by Postoflit I Baker, Bennett, Ford, Morris, Peloi.Vogt 10 0i I day afternoons for ladies at tho bowl-

e I fnr stol{'. I ing alley.
Peyser Roy Galloway as i I
If you want good cream, go to mascot. ,
I o 0
Dame's. He can furnish it In any Mrs. :McGrath and niece. :Miss Gr- I \I
About 100 of our citizens took advantage ii I A WORM KILLERJ
and short notice.
Perada. left last night for Asheville
of this cheap excursion. The 0 0

K. C. Smith, Funeral Director and X. C', to spend scy'ralH'eks, tickets are good until Sunday, inclu I /I! \ I A. J, Montgomery, Puxico, Wayne

Ernbalmer. Day phone, No. 10. Night after which they will go on north for sive. 0 0 Co., Mo., writes: ''I have little twin
Ocala .
and Sunday. No. 91. Ocala. Fla. the remainder of the summer. I :- ; -: Florida I girls, who have been bothered with

--- BOY CURED OF COLIC 0 0 worms all their lives. I tried every

Pretty library and parlor tables, :Mrs. Mollie: Allen of South Fork, I I' I thing to relieve them which failed un-
odd shapes and finishes, jardiniere 100- 0- 00- 00- 0- 00- 00- 0- 00- 0-0
Ky., she has
says prevented After Physician's Treatment Had I til I used White's Cream Vermifuge;
and lamp stands. At Mclver & Mac- .
cholera morbus Chamber-
by taking Failed -- the first two doses brought four worms
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets when from one of them, the next two doses,
-- I "My boy when four years old was taken '
she felt an attack coining on. Such twelve, one of them measuring twelve
Mrs. L. Dozier leaves tomorrow for I attacks with colic and cramps in the stom
I are usually caused by indigestion inches; the other child was only relieved -
Jupiter, on the East' Coast to visit her and these Tablets whatis ach. I sent for the doctor and he injected
are just i of four worms. It is a most ex-
,'SOIl. Eugene, assistant lighthouse I l morphine. but the child kept !
: ; / !; needed to cleanse the stomach and I cellent medicine." White's Cream Ver
keeper at that place. : getting worse. I then gave him half aj
ward: off the approaching attack. Attacks I mifuge is good for children. It not

I of bilious colic may be prevented teaspoonful of Chamberlain's Colic, t j I only destroys worms, it helps the child
Furnished rooms for rent. One block Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I
in the
same For sale
way. by to perfect growth, wards off sickness.
from square. Apply to Chas. K. Sage! druggists.The in half an hour he was sleeping, and 25c. at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

44 South Second street, (east or at the i soon reco\'ered.-F. L. Wilkins, Shell

Western Union Telegraph oil ee. I Hible class meets at the} rectory Lake, Wis." Mr. Wilkins is bookkeeper LOW RATES TO
this for the Shell Lake Lumber Co. For
evening at S o'clock. Subject -
T. II. \\ albs of the Columbia Drug I : "The Hook of Judges." All interested sale by all druggists.WOODMEN I WASHINGTON, D. C.

Co.. left today for New Jersey to spend in Bible study are welcometo .
two months with his family at their these readings. Hymn: "Abide OF THE WORLD I Account of Grand Fountain United
seaside j Order of True Reformers at Washington
cottage. With Me.
I The Woodmen meeting did not havea : I D. C., Atlantic Coast Line will sell

When you want a physic thai is mild "I had diabetes in its worst form" quorum last night. Just at the hourof round trip tickets at rate of one first

.and gentle! easy to take and certain to writes Marion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. assembling, the weather clerk upset class fare plus twenty-five cents. Tickets

act always use Chamberlain's Stomach t I i!I "I tried eight physicians without 1 1I the water tank and the resulting I I on sale August 30, September 1 and

and Liver Tablets. Fur sale by all I lief Only three bottles o( Foley's re-I deluge} kept each Woodman beneathhis 2. Final limit to reach starting point

druggists.Died I ney Cure made: me a well man." Sold own roof-tree. D. V., the monthly not later than September 10.

I by Postoflice Drugstore.The meeting will be held next Tuesday THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE

at Dunnellon, Tuesday> even night.
Offers excellent service. Pullman reservations -
ing. August 11. :Mrs. :Morton J.<,rguson. Presbyterians will unit with

She leaves a husband and two small the Baptists at the latter's church in i I CONSUMPTION THREATENED PINE-APPLE TAR AND WINEis now being made.
An excellent opportunity to visit the
children to mourn her death. this: e\ening's prayer meeting.Special "
East at low
an exceedingly rate.
--- C. Unger. 211 Maple St., Champaign
-- backed than Florida
--- Million Dollars of
by more a capi- Full, complete} and reliable Information
111., writes "I troubled with
We are making a reduction on all : was a
our furniture until Sept. 1st to make S hacking cough for a year and I thoughtI tal. upon application to ticket agents,
cG S. P. Collier Jr. division
or passenger -
had I tried
consumption. a great
room for our fall stock." Call around It and Stomach
cures Indigestion Disorders. agent.
and get a bargain. J. A. Pittman & many remedies and was under the care
of physicians for several months. I It is Tonic
Son. I a pleasant ; gives appetite and strengthensthe
II I used one bottle of Foley's Honey and MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCEOne

C. J. Phillips! i j recuperating at Carthage t Tar. It cured me, and I have not been I system.If .

N. C. lie writes to send him [ troubled since." Sold by Postofflce I your Druggist does not handle it write to the man- was pale and sallow and the

the Star "just-fiii:.t have it." He i is 'I Drugstore. other fresh and rosy. Whence the
having: a fine time drinking apple cider I ufacturers. Cure or No Pay. difference? She who is blushing with

and living lilT of the fat of the land. I, PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGISTS I health! uses Dr. King's New Life Pillsto
i I maintain it. By gently arousing the

The young men of t the younger ,society SalesIN I Ford & Sturgeon, a prominent drug:! Jacksonville. Fla. t i I hzy organs they compel) good digestion -

set entertained Iheir girl friends i I I i firm of Rocky Hill Station Ky., write: iI and head off constipation. Try
most pleasantly last evening with :i I i iI j "We were requested by Dr. G. B. Snig-! I them) Only 25 cents at the AntlMeo *

howling party. From S to 11 the scene II I !, ney to send for Herbine for the benefit 'i ;oly Drugstore.ARE .

( was a merry one, and some expert I i Men's and Ladies' .i of our customers. We ordered three I I NOTE:-Tropical: Pine.Apple, Tar and \Vine is made

1 playing was lhHh'11': Robert :Math ( dozen in December) and, we are glad I YOU GOING NORTH OR WEST
from the juice of the Florida Pine-Apple, Pine-tar and
er s and :Ir.lfl't'll Heck i-ho.-.e an :I 'to say. Herbine has given such great,!

even number of sides and the game I U ndefwear. !!, satisfaction that we have duplicated, GrapeVine, and is absolutely pure and a true tonic.-Ed.] The Louisville: & Nashville R. R. offers

)began. :\t1 r. Heck's side \um in bout I I this order three times, and today we. unexcelled passenger service.
rounds that were played the score being .i -- -- -. I gave your salesman: another order. We i; Modern trains carrying Pullman sleepers -

49(1( -jII, while that of Mr. MathPWS' iI j I IIeg to say Dr. (J. B. Snigley takes up-to-date coaches, free reclining
I :Men's French Kalbrigan Shirts
side was ,tit.470.t The highe.Uscore j pleasure in recommending Herbine." ,I chair cars and dining cars, between
among the boys was made la- j I that solil at 5 IIC. now 35c. Tjrt. cents a bottle at the Anti-Monopoly( I Southern and Northern cities. The

Mr. Xewadski l It tf.; and :Mr. :Mathers.Srt. i i :Men's French Balbrigan Draw- I Drugstore. I finest. dining car service In the South.

:Misses Gertrude Peyser anti Re.;- I ors that sold at roc, now 35c.Icn's t All agents sell through tickets via
m! J. J. Driggers of Tampa has a Position 14.&N.
Porter made' the highest scores i.n
sye I I ::\ albri l ;an Shirts that sold I with the Boston Store.
j Mr.
Drig- For rates schedules and
the girl's side 'ru; -::). Miss Hattyi- 1 sleeping:
at 25c: now 20: I is experienced salesman. The '
gers an
Mae Porter chaperoned the happy i I I car reservations apply to J. M. Fleming

guests.: The bowlers were Messrs. I :Men's Ualbrigan Drawers that I sture will have another salesman in aI I I Florida passenger agent, 206 W.

rob :Mathevvs Dell Moody. Alfred sold at 25c: now a0C.t : I few days. I! Hay St., Jacksonville, or C. I,. Stone

Heck Arthur Clark. Harry Chambers.Cliff G. P. A., Louisville, Ky.
and Guy Aver. Beanie Condon and Ladies' Ribbed Vests that sold 1 CURED PARALYSIS I
I ____ _
Osco:: Zewadski. and Misses Lou Harris i at I 15 to 250. are now tote' ;: at loc. I I Cooling and refreshing at the Twentieth

Christine Richards: of Gainesville. W. S. Daily, P.O., True Texas, I: Century Soda Fountain of the

writes: ")Iy wife had been suffering : Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, with auto-
Mae Standley. Gertrude Peyser. Elt use t
Miller Mattie Joseph and Hessye Por : BOSTON STORE.PCALLI i I five years with paralysis in hAr arm- matic motor fans to cool you while

ter. when I was persuaded to use Ballard's I II I you wait. Soda and Ice cream.

i! Snow Liniment, which cured her all :

? right. I have also used it for old sores, : CASTOrLXA.Bean .
O.A.STCn.A.:: Kind You Hays
Bean the ./11he Kind ft u Haiti Rkays! Bcuffi! BAZAR i, frost bites, and skin eruptions. It does i! the dha Alwiys Bid
8ignatcre Ia t the work." 25c.: 50c., and $I bottle at we
fLLlul PATTERNS of .. .
LZ.J7/. .,. _"..1 'he Anti. loilOPol)' Drugstore. -a'r,

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Volume 9, Number 51 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1903. Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

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you Presto CANAL TREATY SEEMS ; -. -. .-.--.-.--
_.. ... it t i THE REDUC'T'IONIN !II i t I --.--..---.-.-._--.---- -.-.-. .-.-.-.. .-.----. .- .

Panama, August 12.: -The latest! I i Washington. Aug. 12.-The Weather I!

these hot summer days new from Iota is not favorable to: i Bureau has issued the following storm I

the ratification of the canal treaty. I I PRICES OF SHIRTS i!I.!warning: "A storm of great intensity I I
:Hc-v.'n of the Colombian senators fa. is approaching Jamaica and Cuba from I TOO BUSY

c', vo:1: the treaty and sevouteen opp-.->('I| i iI I!:eastward. It will be dangerous for I| ---
It is a prepared flour for I .
it, and unless sumo radical change wcmn i: vessels of all classes to sail for tho 'I. .
Griddle Cakes, Bread, soon, all efforts to secure its ratiIhrarion i AND !''Gulf! South Atlantic and Cuban ports. l .l.e

Tea Biscuits, Waffles, ; will fail.DYSENTERY I II I s

Layer Cake, Crisp Pas- j ___ i | Santiago Suffers To write an ad.vertisemement-

try, Etc. i\, CURED WITHOUT I\ MEN'S- LOW -*- SHOES\ Havana, .Augus 32 The: >>'j)') 31 tx-<
icitement prevails here over the rapid't (
t\approach of the West Indian hurri-
Presto |rI\ "I am just up from a hard spell of I I !
I ( 'cane. The hurricane has not swerved i! so we are
I the ilux" (dysentery) says Mr. T. A.I; Will remain In force until the Lots Reduced are !
from its course and is now headed direct
Is of ] milled' Pinner, avoll known merchant of i i
composed perfectly |i
for this city. The storm struck
and and ot Drmnmond, Tenn. "I used one small'uottle j all sold.DON'T. This
pure highest quality j Santiago Tuesday morning and caused Holding SpaceFOR
blended winter wheat, combined of Chamberlain's: Coli, Cholera j
I great ruin and devastation in the city
with absolutely pure Cream of and) Diarrhoea: Ueim-dy and! way cured I( .
and surrounding coutry.It
Tartar and Soda. without having a doctor. I consider1!
1 I is impossible at this hour to obtain
they MISS
it the best! ; cholera medicine in I
I accurate details of the storm's
JOc a Package at the woild." There i need of employing -'
work at Santiago, but it is known that
I a doctor when this medicine i U': J, STARR STERKBERGER
T-Pot used! for no doctor can prescribe abettor !> the destruction was general and that
eonlplaiutl! I many of the principal buildings of the
GroceryI medicine for bowel
II ;j city were wrecked. The Real Estate
in any form either for children or I IlllIiItS. I i

Ii : It never fails and i is pleasant
man who .
/ i to take. Tor sale by all (11 u gists. QUICK RELIEF FOR I
..:;: .
: A 1.() --- -- ----- ----
..t:, J ff. td ATTENTION, YOUNG MEN W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO. "Does It Now. "

----. : ... / I If you are contemplating venturinginto Foley's Honey and Tar affords immediate

1j I i the matrimonial realm, don't fail relief to asthma sufferers in

I to 1ft J. A. }'iltm u & Sou's prices onfuruitu1' OCALA, FLORIDA.SECOND the worst stages, and if taken in time
T. W. Tnixltr. Agent for Huyler'sCandy.

) I'iMh Shipments Received'Weekly. 'I ('. They can lit you up from will effect a cure. Sold by Postoffice . .-. .-. .-.-.-.-.-. -. . .-.
cellar t to attic. DOOR FROM CORNER. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. Drugstore. ::------.-. -----.-.-. ...!. . ..-!.,
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'c. Lfi m Ii f'1: l ?f.)! 'fJ$ G SAL E ,I .

During the next 30 days we will close out the


-yjnuft -* **. MUM

As stock must be SOld by Sept. 1st. Come at once, everybody, while the stock is unbroken.

The prices we will name will make you buy.



OFFICIAL REPORTOf ,redeem certificates 51. of November, NEW LIST

EDWJ\RDS: BROTHERS& I 189G; 9t), of October 1898; 115 of August

1899 covering the following described -
I the August Meeting of the County OF BARGAINS IN AND AROUND
property, viz: Commencing at
AT THE" GiTV: r KARKET+ ''t'I: CommissionersOcala southwest corner of northwest quarter -

I Fla., August 3, A. D., 1903. of northwest quarter of section 25, OOAL-A.I

Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchets The board of county commissioners township 12, range 20, north 6.:'>2 THE BANNER CITY, By F. W. DITTO.

I i chains, east 13.G7: chains, south 3.16(; .

regular, chains, west 9.47 chains, south 3.tG
( NO. 1-35 acres of land and good cot. some oranges this season on Laka
WESTERN AND CHOICE flORmA MEATSi\V. Long, chairman, and Commissioners chains, west 4.20 chains, at the face ;
tage, with barn, stable, chicken- Bluff, North Lake Weir. Can, with
E. L. Wartmann. N. A. Fort and F. value of said certificates without iutciest -
I house, fruit trees, peaches, plums attention, be made to pay for Itseit
S. Lucius. and without omitted years' tax.
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON i pears, etc. AU in good condition: ; in one year. Fine view of the lake
Minutes of last meeting were read es.
FREE DELIVERY. TELEPHONE 10a three miles from town, on Anthony and an ideal home. Owners out ot
and approved.The It was recommended by the board of
-.. hard road. Price. $400. I the state and will sell for $500. ,
application of J. B. Peyton for county commissioners that S. D. Sou-
No. 2-10-acre vineyard, two miles No. 6-Fine house and thirty acre of
DAY PHONE 117 NIGHT PHONE 391;the redemption of northwest quarterof ter be allowed to redeem certificate
I northeast quarter and northeast 4C20, of October, 1898; 3166 of August, from town, south; all bearing; good land, one mile from city. Good
5. -- i and 2723: fences, fine cistern; house recently home and fine place to raise chick
CROiY ft LCEERAL quarter of northwest quarter, section 1899; 2290. of August 1900
r f4E l : burned. This will make a good living ens. Call and this before
I IS, township 16, range 19, and the of July 1901.! covering 3391/2 feet north g'U buying
for industrious who will .
southeast quarter of southwest quarter and south by 200 feet east and west party

and southwest quarter of.. southeast in southeast corner of block 33, Cad-! take care of it. Price very cheap.No. No 7-Nice cottage in good repair' ;
quarter, section 7. township 16. range well's ad, Ocala, at the face value of 3-30-acrc farm, with good fruit fine grape arbors fine cistern and a

I I J19. having been referred to the chair- said certificates, without interest and trees, cistern, barn stable chicken good garden. This place occupes a

I man of this board at last meeting; the without omitted j ears' taxes. Believing house and six room cottage in fair corner and is very desirable. Very

Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps jsaid I chairman having investigated the that the best interest of the state condition. Entire place fenced and cheap.No. .

Drummers' Carryalls, Saddle l Koscst: etc. l matter thoroughly, reports to this and county will subserved by such all) in cultivation, except seven acres 8-Large corner lot and small lot

'!board that a fair settlement with Mr. redemption.Mr. in woods, good pine, oak and hick. I with cottage; renting for $52 a

FINE VEHICLES FAST!? rl I3ES !I Peyton: would be for the recommemla- W_ H. D(hon stated to the ory wood. Two miles from town, on I year; has good well, one block from

tion, of said certificates upon the face board that he had removed from the Fort King avenue. To be sacrificedat : Ocklawaha and near the square.
i 1\alut> thereof without interest and 'district in which he was appointedmark $400, cash Price, $;.100. This is a desirable
Horses and Mules for Sals. Horses i I without omitted years' taxes. Which: and brand inspector and askedto No 4-Good cottage and lot, with well, I. property and will be sold at once.

Boarded by the Month at Special! Rate.Crosby report was adopted and it was: recommended be released, and thereupon tendered barn, chicken: house, etc, and a lars No. 9-Just one more nice cottage left

that the comptroller be ie- his resignation: as mark and brand corner lot or garden on paved streetin with largo yard in second ward. A

quested to authorize the redemption inspector, which resignation was ac second ward. Can be bought on j I nice home for anyone, in best location -
& Hall II
as above stated. Said land being cov'. cepted. easy terms. Price. $1000.No. In the city. Must be sold atI

ered by certificates 16C7 and 1C5U of Mr. ..J.Y.. Coulter appeared before 5-Fine house and 12-acre grove, .I once. Price, $1000.

Ocala FloridaDenlci .July. 19ui. The board believing such the board and requested the appoint

u. ___ - - II redemption to be to the best interest ment of (1. M. Richard as inspector of IF YOU WISH TO BUY
of the state and county. marks and brands for district 20),
''J ac b : Q.y
C I G \ : T F I It is hereby recommended by the which request was granted, and Mr.
I Can Suit You from List of of
.. Qc ,. t !board of county commissioners that: Richard was duly appointed asuch: a Long Property Every

I the comptroller authorize L. P. Miller inspector and filed) his bond, which Description. ,

InRough I'to redeem the northeast quarter lI'!] was duly approved by the board. F. W. DITTO
southwest quarter and east halt of Upon: motion it was ordered that in Real Estate and Fire Insurance

and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring .southeast: quarter, section 7, township appropriation be made of $5 per month --

Ceiling and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick. !IK, range 19, for the face value of said for Henry Edwards and his father, re..-

I iceitificates, namely 1C32::; and 1C53 of idents of Citra Marion county, Fla. G. A. HUNTERPRACTICAL

j\f nniifuot.urcr of__ ... i(July. 1901, and 1325 and 122C:? of August Mr. Long thereupon made) his report
I' of the farm, which report is ..1follows an d MECHANICAL
I 1900. at the face value of said poor
Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels! Columns,

Door and Window Frames, Mantles, Church Seats, Pulpits -;'out certificates omitted without years' taxes.It interest. and with. Superintendent's: salary $35; regular GUN AND LOCKSMITH.

School Desks: ank Seats Combined and Tables. I was recommended by the board of; field hand, one month. $13; extra REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

am constantly r:ce /in lumber, at"&! can fill! orders! for any county commissioners that Tom Walker UMBRELLAS REPAIRED. SAWS FILED AND PUT IN GOOD ORDER

quantities sizes. Piouipies.'s a fin)1)ccfilt( 1 be authorized by the comptroller to (Concluded on 'e::ond page.) South Street Opposite City Hall




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4 I really thing that home making i- I II It t Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor I Practical

BLOOD the most delicious occupation in Utv 'I I Ii
IIIli and it is surely the most natural on". !, Mrs Donelly continues very ill. i

: since it dates back to the )beginnin-;, II I I I estimates made on all contract

SPEAKS FOR ITSELF II! 1 See: with what pleasure the birds buiM: 1 I \V. J. Rogers and W. D. Jones are on I A'oik. Gives more and better work for

; 1'" I, the money than any other man in
a fishing trip today.Haywood
( theIr nests. I recall the fact that
You know when rich red blood is coursing through lill I I, I IH -r rJ \ : : t I Ii Ii i t town.
fashioned of li-
the old people
the veins for it shows in the brightness of the eye, the 'I !:,1'1'l among i Trison and Dave Weston
and clearness of the the smooth fair :linois, among whom I was: born ant I .
beauty complexion 'I"I I are: in the city on business. I
ski1that and robust, healthy constitution. It is good blood I 'I reared, that long before a girl was jut I J J. A. OQLYER) & BROTHER

imparts strength and energy to the body and keeps it in a state of I'' of her teens she was saving scraps of Pains, Itching, Scabby I Sunday School Institute meets at

healthfulness and vigor. Good blood is the foundation of good health, and bright colored calico and piecing Skin Diseases. i Mt. Tabor A. M. E. church. SUITS FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP

to be physically and mentally sound it must be kept pure and untainted. ,'quilts: In preparation of a marriage S -ellin s, Carbuncle**, Pimples, Scrofula I I.
People with good blood posst.-ssstrong. I Perulanrrty cur ii br! lii.tan.'' Uiuod 1 iu. It John Mills of Santos is in the city Material Unequaled for the Price
scarcely shaped as yet in her ima;i-
destroy the a't.Te fj.-ta in the bli >J.r hare
and blest with good I was in wretched health; my blood i bus I making purchases for his store and
steady nerves are
nation. aches and pa as in bones, tack and joints, It.l.ngK ,
was in bad order, gums being
appetites and digestion, and enjoysound I Scabby L'eod: feels hot er tI n. Siun Cial.dt, also visiting friends. CLCANING, DYEING AND REPAIRIXG -
refreshing sleep.1 If we could very much ulcerated. IbeantheuMof And these quilts were her own propjerty :>!ig3 aul hemps on tie Sk.n, Mtt'-as Patches miloutli.

always, maintain the of the S. S. S., and in a remarkably short 'Ii never to be used by the family; i isre Th'cit, IMnples. or ofTeiisive trr.ptu Little Annie Mack leaves for South! NEATLY DONE
purity .
time was sound and well. My appetite ; ,- r-Colorcil >hats ur rash on Stin all run-doa n.ur
blood then we might enjoy perpetual increased wonderfully and taj her possessions were sacred. Again, r.-" iua, I"ers ca any part of tLe lady. Ha.r cr Eyebrows Carolina! tomorrow ht, accompanied Spring S:mpler in Great Variety for

health, but it becomes infected and food agreed with me. I think it U A in those early days of spinning and I II I fu.: ..:.,' out, CarDun"ks or Eo:;s,tale by Thomas Graham. Inspection I

poisoned and most of the ills that afflict fine family medicine. weaving, a girl could claim, as her undisputed Eotanic; Libod Balm, guaranteedto
MRS. X. B. DA.VIDBO.. <-ue evil tl.e: worst:and most d"c-p-s'ated cases ttL"to I
humanity and undermine the constitution certain amount I Comfortable lodging and first class BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEY IN
prerogative a
(1 -:0:;, :.t'i m. : lDes.and Lot spnsus fiJ. ilea'
are caused by an impoverished Rockmart, Ga. of the wool in sheep-shearing tim, : .-..sor',3,u o;.3 a.l: a'-Us and pains,reduces an eiin3, board at reasonable rates at the Mack TOWN
or polluted condition of this vital fluid. maLes: t1JJd! p;:r of flax also which she and
When the blood is diseased the skin "- and spun ; ? Lo For three years I had Tetter on my wove, and out of which she fashion fiat r.reilti'iasan'1sof ii.sol: ISlooa I' ;;oneven af< r
and thecomplexion
loses its healthy .
appearance hands. Part of the time the disease r-\< >; B t'I..I.1 t f ujjcs.GU !. IT NOW"$1.O
Her little flock of washer I NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
its freshness and garments. geese II
beauty was in the form of running sores I Jh umati-ill, Catarrh, Eczema
and becomes red and rougji and full of very painful and causing me much own, and the feathers were carefully are caui e1 by ::.11 awful poison romlito.i: Hen a week will buy one of those Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the
'.JI:1.: IX II.: E. 6t() ,8 Ia: %klPg and Sr.itli0'! nehir.g. Cotton BuyerP.
pimples and splotches. Itching, scaly discomfort. Four doctors said the saved until there was enough for ,, and fl'rJ.:clln.des: and !' eruptions, blackheads, boils and rashes Tetter had progressed too far to be the coveted featherbed and pillows. iI i i 1'a.tin'j: : 1 eals a'.l Scabs Scares, Craptions ".'at..r1 track. J. Starr Sternberger.M. O. BOX 134H'sulted
break out upon the body when the cured, and they could do nothing for All of this was nest-making; hoine I i! ISI-htrts! foul festenns: Sores! of L-ze.ia: l.y given; a --- -- ------

blood is too poor or too thin and acid, inc. I took only three bottles 8.3.3.. pure, ;Ledltby mjip'-y: to afftctcJ p'olrIS. in a score of 10 to i2 in favor .
and was completely cured. This wai building; and I say that it is the nay Cancer Cured I 1. C. Falani is doing an excellent
and is not supplying proper nourishment of V. B.
fifteen yoara ago, and I have never: ural inclination of every person whom i Kotar.c: flood Balm CUTPJ: c.a.'l..pra: cf t'.l! Kird-! I business in tho grocery line. lIe also 1i1taglle. Colyer, umpire;
to the system. Debility, poor since Been eUrn of old trouble.appetIte I SaprraL-tg: Swelh-i: Eat.n; :'Vfd. Tuan/r, ut; t I:. 1 I. Mitchell, scorer.
bad digestion, restless sleep any my ideas have not been perverted by antagonistic 1 t-.. J: J.iHIt'C.1'i"'r: !', .>'JI.d: hi :llstJ.1'5r: it I keeps a full supply of fish and beef Oil /
and nervousness more often come from and frequently ruinous in ..Jr'l':5t ('aw.'r Hi..ty.; If ;;ou 1 lvi-a r,.'H I.t hand.! "Thompkins & Brooks, dealers] in
St.Paul St.. Kansas City Xu.
837 I r.ulr. Via!'!. S'.ilns: Shuu,!'r:;, 5::!gg, 1'am3. I
blood than other fluences. I I vegetables and fresh and salt water .
sluggish impure any 1 II t AP! I;A d .5 t lialni: : uiid tiny: lt.:1'iit11:! "q 1 ,-ar b.-r': t1.! : I
cause. To build up the blood, restore its lost properties and make it rich Frequently now. when I see how theo I, .i .. .''o 1i.1;? t'a.r' ',r. )!..ny:.;-!>'i..!: i. 'Due1-* ._8 W. O. Parker is making some improvements fish. City market; restaurant and ice

and nutritious again is the only rational treatment, and the proper way t I times are changed I feel a little regretto j I II: ('::'I.l','r r;red )y laklt'a lioUu..' luOOii: ih iI.! on his restaurant. Ho will I cream, saloon. 41)! S. Magnolia St.
get rid of skin troubles. There is no remedy like S. S. S. to accomplish this i think how many girls have apparently -I I rn> "-a(uUlt: HJ..r.t.'I'II: :. open a shoe polishing department next Phone 07.

and it does it promptly and thoroughly.S. I fry R !.urge t.k..a'ujjr..t'd.tatlr fur fit, Ilf >'nydSaj door. Call and see: him.
gi.r "tullic
S. S. antidotes and removes from the been robbed of a great interest:; I H.ut: 11'lmn.l.n., :.wt_, .raree An entertainment will he gin'nto.-

blood poisons and humors, and restoresit ; in life, because the necessity for swh I I, titer If not the onretipt'p right quantity year; furaeytrill iJ takrn. t Mrs. Lizzie Smith bas opened a fir-.t I night at Mrs. J. S. LaRoche's by MISS

to a normal healthy condition and invigorates effort as I hare spoken of has ceased. i fandt.i!' ht8 i2 t -.J r.J IJ n_ class restaurant on Broadway, next to Jennie LaRocho in behalf of her club. .
out nr r {;'Jt. U.J.::::<<"'t.D
and tones up the general health., But all I is good; all is growth to higher I .c.r.c.::.. the Powers' block Meals and lunchesat ;: You are united to be present

When rich, red blood is again flowing conditions and to the birth of deep I:.)t nic t.oot r:..lnt (l .B.I!.' is I reasonable rates. Call and bt con
I Pieayaattlui..t': "';'-, hI.''. 1. 'r. 1'!' :"ii'Ett.' toiMyri:: I *
through your veins all skin eruption I er hopes. But I feel right down in the Ci.ii: iiS'-.t of 1'i.rp ill i.t'Ir In HI,Mtnta Stm.itUci sj vinced.Uev. I Mrs. I. J. Simmons, on South MainSt.

disappear, the appetite improves, the complexion clears and you get rid ojthosemiseraLledcpressm i very marrow of wy bones that thrr I w"(',.I'I''A.'k !kl.Y'011":1'01.-1 I raft \f'ak fro wllh.i''no.'i'r.., !It. !.w'rrq,tt1P. Ull'pM'1.Sudtle. II I ., informs the public that she i.ready is.
and and the ... !to U. U. ,n feelings enjoy once more
: nervousness I ., H. S. Quarterman will preachInstitute ( to do all kinds of work in dressmaking
I .
is no such delicious occupation\ as nrdln; 1..1 I \,1'11: ('I) 1infi.l.!! ; 1)r.1s' YUIr:
blessings of good health. S. S. S. is nature's remedy for all blood and skin dis I troutr! .a.I t 1:1 I trr 1I1t"II".I" .idVt. .i. to end oldu4arla
: the Sunday School at Mt. in the latest: styles Satisfaction ,
home making. It is the must spleiuli I IL j I : brulntl'ttr: 1 tt'tr: :. l:1t I
It contains no minerals whatever but is guaranteed purely vegetable,
eases. 1"'or sale by the ( Tabor at 11 oVIock\ and will fill his guaranteed.
outlet to all the faculties of anything I
Write fur free: book.] No charge for medical advice or other information] I
desired. I can conceive! of. It circumfw-iu-c! ; I Anti-Monopoly 1)rti:voce, Ol"ala, Fla.. (desk at night at Mt.I Xion.VK Will Cordon i is still prepared to re-
the whole! catalogue of artistic concep -- -- -- .--- \ I laii', clean and! dye your clothes at
.- -- 1 I 1
tions and i is he most cornprehensli \ HAVK A BIG STOCK OP .1 i Siionahle: rates. He will rail and sow

\JV. kDiARDS\ developer of character that )life pro j iWll I EJ DlSEASEi U\C.-\I.I.ED-FOlt L.1UNIi.1'I you.

sents. Which for one month we will ?ell at *1.. Green: the lightning shaver. Call

rAt I I If for no other reason I am glad thai; i unheard: prices. and !try his save and< are the most fatal of all dL>
the City JVfcrfcet I am a woman this one privilege! of epressing \- Collars and cuffs, :30 cents per doz- !I will ahvavs conic. SlKive, 10c.; hair

the best there is in lilt woul.lbe I eases. i!icn, shirts, underwear handkerchiefs.: out, 2.::j(..; honing razor, 25c.; concave:

1 { sufficient. J It ahuast! makes l m. I e* I pique skirt, shirt waists. de., at ('0t (- razor, nC'11 work first class. No
Fish and Vegetables I a
Fresh WIcat Poultry, sorry for the men who have to servein Ffiis p_ y /* iv t 1''spllllllin l low prices. l long delays; t two chairs. Next door UAlicrsiim >

a l less artistic capacity by doing the R 0 Buaraatead t Remedy |I Now: i is the time to, svplonish )'ollrwat'lll'OlJ S lilith. on West Broadway.ttcv. .

in Season outside work which must bu done.I II! ( I I.. C. Crillin: has: just closed a

I am aware t hat the large majorityof or money refunded. Contains i\ O4':\{..\ :STKAM. LAlINDItY.J I i sweeping)) )t.\ ivai at Mt.. Dora-fi.fteenconversions.

City and Country Trade Solicited women make work of their household remedies recognized by eminent I I .---- 1 1I I Also one at Leesburg

duties, and spend. their time i in.1 physicians as the best f for ,{I II. J. Johnson. the brother of Mrs with thirty conversions, making a

Free Delivery Phone J J2HEADQUARTERS t an unending etfoit to shirk them. I In I. Kidney and Bladder troubles. I Made l who has: !bv-ou spending a whilein II grand: total of forty-five to be added

doing this they make the greatest. mi":- \ .
and the city, returned to his work yesi'eitlay. to tho! chinch. Baptism at Leesburg.on .
PRICH 50c. $1.00. I
- take of their lht" They have no !id-M. !; I the second Sunday in August.FOLCY'S .

of the effect PH heir development! thuan : Po;,Ioitit.! On. tore, Ovala, Fla.
i .- -- --- -- .-- I
into household duty woul 1 The\ Magnolia restaurant, corner of
HUBBARD & r ACDUFF become If they should put their\ whole, UE lU I iVi r) |U2| .Wi c>- Magnolia: and Market Sts., is open at

souls to the work. \ I L th lOok e e "all hours. Meals: and lunches! at reasonable Will cure Bright's Disease :.

: rates. Mr. and )ll's.r.. ..1.Rutli .
'.'' I
It would liP01'1 if tillgave -
no longer \ Will cure Diabetes.Will .
of Sweet Gum and
OCAln FLORIDA I Remedy managers. {
I it their interest ; it would IK i I I cure Stone in Hhdder.
play; a play that would liberate the'i! Mullen for Coughs, Colds, The Montague and( ]Kendrick ba.-- Will cure! Kuhiey and Bladder Dis

FORMEW faculties to a finer expression of the I LaGrippe. Nature's Great I ball clubs crossed bats Monday, whicn paw! Said oy Postollice Drugstore.

beautiful than anything else has the i i

: I Remedy for all Throat and I ._ __ __ __ n_ ______ __ ___
iu; t* m+ i power to do. Home making is the I : -
: D't JD' hOG. FENCE
varied of all occupations and Troubles.
MtmvM;) j i v. :;.;J t .. I most Lung Thoronghly ,!

r.s:C.lf.I > 55 INCH every beauty act ih Qne connected Qf its many with expressions.What it points to. tested for 30 years. 25c.t 'i I IISOc. Fresh Meat and Game
l'lr t Ar hillTrr ; 41 IV.IK.. 11 e is more, each expression of. ., and $t. For Sale by :

--,' ---- ""-r. r. -"" -t-. -=-- / beauty creates new suggestions of I Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. We keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and

i _.!.. .t/J'L./..,. .. 39 I
-i---' -1--,( .I-!'7 ; beauty, and so on indefinitely.It I Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetab s, etc,
I I a! Ie: I 39 IN. -- -- --- -- --- ----
---"r'-.t--. -- is the constant tq 1 Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made,
... ... ., ni J -r.tfJ-f4, T 8'..". f I..,. pcwer expressbeauty
.j'.. ..,. .I_(to Ntrx,. I l i r 20 IN. s1 that constitutes heaven. la
4' L.
-to-...-- -J-.'....:....- .:. .--- ,.. L.r...: _jrzr |.-- L other wprds, heaven is the outflow of us pity the piKtr rich mel, I \V. Jones, Proprietor

., _.r f f ,,1'\. ... .. } .. WKI! live hli'rl.IiIV in it booklets 1
---r-- --" -' ,' -.; *- j* p j beauty, and the more it is expressed: : sr 1i

-, ..,.r.4..\.-.. ._.h"f'-.,' --_. .-r-Y.-. ._,.,,.,,.'.,.:rht 1"':".,&. rri -... i.rnt i :[ the more perfect heaven becomes. It I houses: Let us congratulate the poor i CITY" M FlKET.:
.... r I3L L-.J . w-r._......._....wr.. .>-.+..------.1'u.._ : .... t,..?;....'. t!iw'Y.t4'L. .i:rw.a't- -4 is an ever-growing work. The time I Is I that in our day. bocks are so (chea) I -'"
k":' .:;u.- --- ;wo j'-: ;; i : ----
R guar! 51; ;s Special fin:, liorf and CattU Style coming when a woman will be measured : that a man may every year add a hundred I
II I '4ErfrfatJfrfito+,rtx jIt3-)(<< *3WttQ&ttWWiQ9ilEUp:
;i al's 12 In. or t. ..:. r;;a,-il.iue Stays: 12 In. or 6 in. apart by her surroundings, but this will volumes to his library for ihe

be when her surroundings are the expression : price of what his tobacco and( be.'T I i! g. { t tA !
]\ cf i he:, }(;gh-t'ra4t j stft'l wires, heavily galvanized. | |
of her and not I would cast him. Among the earliest NineTenths
genius, ::o -
Amply provides for expansion and contr3c lOr.. Is practically ever Ii a
now, the stereotyped work of upholsterers I ambitions to be excite 1 in ('\\pr1,.;. .
lasting Never ces v"ron';, no matter how great a strain is put on it. I
and general furnishers.-Hel n workmen journeymen and. iuOn-d, .
Does not mutilate, but tlws, efficiently, turn catti-3; horses, bogs1t0 it GT t GIj
Post among all thai are struggling iiii I sn
{ pigs. ..- life from nothing tft .NOinethini; ?, j is that ,i i of | Pure( Juies:: from Natural Roots.

"\ WATCH FOR A CHILL of owning, and constantly adding to

the n1'lmtltur'; .-: ::ti-i! b y us.; and see it. Can show you how and However In this climate slight at, it this is the time forerunnerof of year a not library a luxury.of good but of the A library necessaries :;:; is- I I! | ail the | "n'
it will fivv you lon, y and fuux your fields so thty \.. ill stay fenced malaria. A disposition to yawn, and of life.-Henry Ward Beecher. I | People I' t 1 IS lea.(srls? the System, Purifies the t Blood ,

HTIR >, APft & MACMIFF an fore all the tired chill.out Herbine feeling: even, by its comes prompt be I BETTER THAN GOLD- 'I I i Saner URES. Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation,

illlik stimulative action on the liver, drives U Weak/ Stomach and Impaired Digestion.

-- -_._-..-.. -..."..- -- :" the malaria germs out of the system, "I 1 was troubled for several year.with I | from a -

':" : \....... .... '. purifies the blood tones up the system chronic" indict.;-tion and nervous I I Diseased ? .JefY y yi P.. &f't;; rs't t6 JIe' S3tISf1c19 f n f

..... :. .. .;::....; ... ..:': : "... and! restores health. 50c. at the AntiMonopoly debility, writes F..1. Gi-"U or) Lan-
,.' 'j,. .. ,;. ...... :': : :...::. . .. i ''w LllLZ C.. L' llOT'Z'r..1.j: :ALL DOSE.j .
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I .. ...... 2.L. '!. ::,:, .t.(. ..o';:_ :-:..... .:. .. .. .... Drugstore.SEABOARD. caster; NH.: (i. :-c, remedy helped nr- I
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"" Pi O CNlt.S.I
; ;{I.- -" : ice
".. -r--f'-\ Liver i
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< '' .' J electric Bitters
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,. .' until I began using
a. > .
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...-.,,:.,.:.:...; .....' :I..::. .I'',.... __.. ';?;"-. .-'",, "';-;:)..: '';\0,'\. .,j;! ..-.. I which did me more good than all the i i>1Jod: by JAMES( f. BALLARD St Louis. Mo. j
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... ..... "\ L (:; ....hh.; }.).... I medicines I ever used. They have .. ..'. .. .
f'r'-.X OI
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... ... ,.-" ; ..' ;-4"r.:' I:.' i I rdc/ tf ydJ/10k''FN+Ib Y ; :: .JO ,?'V.VVKf( : 'v *'>9r >'Tf4'Ij
.. ,, ., : .!. >..,::-;---t:, "f. :-;,>'.;. ,,';"""."". ." f...---#' ".. ..
.. \. -- \ wif> in excellent health I
also kept all other
: and
? .. AIR LINE RAILWAY ray j For sate by Anti ivi &I"Jty Drugstore leading drugstores
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.'#.'.. /r.L".. ...,... ,,"-1-__...- -of,. .<<;Z.r4,. -, .-;=-...". s.ft.'1 .... for years. She says lllectric Bitters -_.. -_....-.-
".... ..Ifr : ,( ", .> ...'I.-.,: ..,.. 1.......; _..- ;.:-"- .'.x.-t.' ,t! I. If --!!
;7'.i.' ... ., --,:- :-;-" -f;;: .I : -. --. >;, I"..:'' SPECIAL RATES are just!: splendid for female troubles; I
'..::,:. !.:"." .:- i' --: '. ';I'z : : :--! :;- :.c i...'.: that they are a grand tonic and in\is- 1 ..-\PH. r !}r'a p: Cures Ctclera-Infantunf.!
: '
..ct -J r"t: '. / ,< .... i i : .: : '-,';=: _' : i I'A;:. $27.90-UA..TIMORE, MD., and re- oratur for weak and run down wonun.No ilV t-1j- itYL 1 Vi-t .' Dianhoea.DystftUry.
.,, : .... ,. . rj :.'' Tickets sale Sept. 17 to 20. i I \ 1 the Bowel Troubles! of
.'.', *,',''" I fl I.. -:.-=:'-. t".r'I.! t "..' turn. on oihtT\ mcd'oine! fan take its place v--- i a. :.ri ra- Ii I
.."...IJ'C ""_;"..:.-" :-..':;-< ,;..jI..:...... inclusive; limjteil returning to Srpt in thrm. Only rivSatisfaction r\VV.I'-1.IIr.l :; ) ". 'I Children! of Any Age.
: family Try
." our
ho Jr',1'. ;.. -1. \o- ,' ,. .1..... Aids Digestion. Regulates
,. 't.-,," ..:..!'u.o'.. ...' 'i_.",. _;,... .. ;' .- \ :' t-;:! 28. Extt-nsion obtainable! to Oct. :3, .\ I 1' Br j'1 flgSrCrCETHING( POWDERSilifc)
Hit- fl.1JIol'uly
I. t 'I....'". ;,& ,rjlh guarantt-t-d by II the Bowels.! Strengthen*
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'. ... '.- ...-' '...t -,: r'. : -< J'i. 1.. W SAP fAi
"' -- ..J{ $ <\ .. \ of fee. A.
.. .'J"t- : : j.\t: by payment : Child!
r".l. :.; t.j ( I-.I'-J ; l> Makes
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E.Ir"i .. rug.siuie.; "
.".. : c7J \ 'f finlv ft CPPf? 'it t f
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c"i. .'. '''=! ..t. ..: 0"$ .... .. ., '' .I. ; oJ wnjggbfc,
.. ., .{. ,- '. .or.1..' ,(.i ... ..t".". ; :.. /St4k r > /: J EASY
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.I f:>" ";, -\ro' ".,.. ".r.' \...f'..-.-.'.T. \ .,. "'I-.' 1'T, .''''1' ,I..' $28.55-HOT SPRINGS, ARK., and re- -- -- l ;jitvJl'SvS{ *2tit tail -: "*** to C. J. "' CFF"TT. M. O. ST. LOUIS MO.
..'I..t!."- ....,' -7.... ...'-;..r"l.- .dt-! 'tt.. "if.l" "',.: turn. Tickets pn sale Wednesdays TIlt city of New York is paid fir!:> I ATI.STL.04.. Ii\')?. 1'* f.Vfciu
;: t: x .
tfA't. .: ':' _\ ,. .. ..l .. ;-ti' I \Ve b.retiaaiki d IIr. \\ ff-t IKl.T'IIN'A! (Ttb'.i! : Pf.r.t.r.1 r--.r "in" fi .tmtro .
.+ t( : < :
: :J" < "
: .,.\;... -. .;. ; '- : io \ I" :h, .. ..;; .: and Saturdays limited to return II I thousand dollars: a year fur the privjilegr I .. .. ... .. .. anal lrWarifON
.. ., ... :. ---: !.',."'!:-::....;,.. ).. ; \ '\ ''''i and lr<'i A-.U t i-r>M.-I :ir" i-i- lt* ;T a< | '/r trtl- i it I. .llr 1 1'I"r".l/r iu year I'lyts oat
M! .-\J';+ "':;, 10' ". ... "l '''' au'"ii.ttat<'ii 'r!'.r"e hIIJtr, I /mII I tn Tir.. wh., ';1"a tl'r, "!.1.'nr..j'Qr.h.f :b.lui ritanI t .u.lJ4Itllt: ,a"tI.
f o"'f:! 'r" i- :; i,,15 : >. \f- fo1C.\ ; I'.I\1' \I" within CO days from date of sale. i : of aiming; the ruhbUli that! ,I .. ., .... ,
; 'A- .tJ.\ ,.J.1 \ :. 4 t. jlvl I? to'hIL th f< i th-! -it't. f C""J' ;r.WI{ '(J hr. li".j.Jlloor. tI:"ttfn .i tba a .mIll-=l'6
'i .t-"",. ;t.l'J'. : !. .".,..); ; ; <'; "' I is gathered by the rity. ; tiul 6uii i.i uvrrt'' jp 'bC'Lythetro1Le3Ioflittk.-th.C; : :;_
F .tfA' 'JU-; '( 1..'...,'\''.' 7'1... c'!; (SUMMER TOURIST tickets on sale i I Ti! !: i.\il.\U s raIi 1Jlt. CO. WhtiUmii DUliClitJ. #

..:u -::_:":- '' ---: (_. \"_' .'-1"\ -'_-.-_- I dally with final limit October :31. ; Fur Anti I i M.mopoly Instore: art.; all other Ifuiliag .Irugstorea. !
y- ,
t --" =-a' ( $67.75-SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., and CALL EARLY -- -- -- .. --

tll I return. Tickets: on sale July Ul to All those wishing to[ have ihfir pintos : -.1 i- .

.., It August; 13. inclusive; limited returning j' Wilde! at our rut II"i..3 inu,.t ;I.I IP' "'I"\J'V'VY. r V/HiTE'S UKbAltt

Ocala 1 '.Hrn1tU_...._.._.... .:. .Co.rvlosquito to October 15th. I -iiH- \:1111111: or h.f.. allll'd.IY.! \.1-.1i i : W ORI\ls1 VERBS IFUCEf& '
------ ---_-.-- -. --.-...-.-- ...... $67.75-LOS ANGELES CAL., and i 'IL-t; t-f. H-. tli.i\ : : It'It\ :\ --1111ei1t'i' t..- o-ii 1 Ij i

return. Tickets on sale July a: l to _ _ __ .. .. .. !Id. .ua lc".:: J. Itestle Qc'1ty.
and Fly Time. Try our Frames I l.i't tiny: to i iakt': [''1 i.'! uivin (-ila: I '" ..,.,.,

and CalQpi.s. Phin and Lace-Trimmed I. August to October 13, inclusive 15. limited returning i i I T, nr I'hoto Co.j I For r2V Sara Has Led all W arm: Rem ie II .

--- 1 li'SfiT.Xi 3DXI.'UCrCrsr: : !].
j -- I BOLD; : ::
Nets. Plain and Lace-Tr 1nmed Bobinet Nets I John DozIer't.. W. Condon, t l Prepared! by.e JfZSJ' 1='. AI..LAhD, St. LouIs.

Agent, City Ticket Agent rOLiY IU iffiYUPI : .... ...
At E. C. Smith's I l For sale by AQti-ilonopoiy Drugstore:;; and all other leading drug3toruGOOD
I r Oie4a, FU- j Makes KUncjs aaJ UJ2i

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STAR I i OFFICIAL REPORT I II I Ii 1'(1. 1 to the comptroller! that file applk-a- i! ... .i-i_ tt-t:.' -'.#''''' .J.ZK"_.."!.1... ... .:.J' -"" -.., -",.. _-._-c -.-.-. .--.'--- .----..- ----- ___..--._._c..

I THE PRISONER I Ii ion of the aid Graham be accepted I
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Of the August Meeting of the County i and that }he he allowed to redeem the .
i i I
BITTINGER and COMPANY :I Commissioners I i Who escapes from jail is by no means i .-aid land/ : upon the payment of all iliinquent -- I II I II I r w+.t v' > ,

Proprietors and Publishers. I I free. He is under the ban of the law taxes to date upon a value of

,1 II II I I I and punishment is written over against :J;:j cents per acre without interest.The I I I
(Continued flout first page.) his name. Soon or I 1. 4

C. L. BITTINGER, !I Ii ,I late he will be I I K/ard believing that it is for the he*t I I.11Hrest t 3< I

Editor and Business Manager. i I Ii caught again and .. I of the state and county that I II I .
I hands hoeing and pulling fodder, '
I" I bear added punishment I I this application! should be accepted I

R. R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. 'I I $20.!(5; cook one month, $5; washing for hu short i1l l that the said lands should be rv''
from his cell. ;
I land ; escape
ironing $4. l. $77.53.
-- I Those who by the !"med and placed back upon the as- sor. Infants. and Children.

MerchandiseTydings use of palliative ".ment books in order to receive the ----
It evid'-ntly wasn't Jupiter Ammoi:
I & Co. $3.03; ; H. B. Masters, I powders and tablets exes: for the same. The Kinil: Yon Iluve .Aluays)ltglit has borne the signature
at all. hut Jupiter Olympus who wasalways
doing some fool thing or other. i $15.29 1 ; Rheinauer & Co.. $2.05; Klela I from escape the for Bufferings a time Tin' board thereupon adjourned un- of CJ u.<. ;l. Fletcher, ami has been mrul under his

4 Olympian Jove once turned t & Campbell, $1 ; C. C. Priest for fish, of dyspepsia are m l .J 1 Tuesday morning S o'clock. personal :FI1!)t':'visiolt for over :'JO :r'arlIow no one

himself] I to July 4th-extra dinner-$1.25. Total, the same condition -- > Imitations and
Into a hull for love of I l1rolla. and the "
$22.:! ::. Total expenses::; for July I u the escaped pris: Tuesday, August .1.I A. 1) 1 1003. .Tu.t.f."l";: art' 1mt. l'.rillH'uts, atul endanger; tilt
Ocala Jupiter has made an aM of himself oner. Soon or late tt health
tlf (.'hih, '
IJo-iid i-i\' against Experiment.The .
( tart pursuant to
$100.10. adjournment.
in order to bray at lIon. C. M..1.Brown. they will go back to

I Credits the old conditionand Yhe petition asking for road from Kind You
Have Always Bought
pay an added r c i Idl' fat!!.n Anthony was laid O\-,T
Hy cantaloupes, $o!>.44 ; by collardsand for
penalty temporary ... mil! n.'oxt m-'-iinij of the board. Leer Lie Signature of
. A BRAND NEW WHEELAT <<1 peas, sue. Total $1O. 4. Expense, release. t .,
I : Dr. Pierre's Gold. li was; upon! motion oideivd lhat tilt lIft. ""' '!'rf .A
A SECOND HAND PRICE: !I'ss ('fclltUC! : : Housed 1700 bun-
en Medical Discov I 'I ik ii this board notify Mr. I). I. 9r7"
---- \idles 01 fodder-:: 100 pounds. There I I :
err cures dyspepsiaand :iiaiiiliHiu. justice of the peace at Foit'cCoy. ,< Jf '
Pittman & Son have a line new, la- jis: i on hand) 11 hogs and 5 pigs-4ij other diseases I a.l /
I \! ( Fla.. that the contract with!
ilj's wheel that the)' will sell cheap. head One brood sow worth $S, waskilled of the stomach and i I u
: lib hoard for the burial of
organs of digestion paupers is i=:
Call and see it. IJ}' Win. Chappell's i hand, which tv < &f
1 and nutrition. Its! I'hat I i t
hecounty pay $2.50::; for such
i"; being investigated. There are two In Use For Over 30 Years.
cures are
I i) lasting. I ';:rial. and that the bill of $9 is 1'flil"l. .- .
SITUATION WANTED i jacres in potatoes, which had considfrnblf For about two yearsI TI"r 61 pT.UN. ;O""P..Y. tT "U"AAY "T..trT. NEW \00'10' ( City
suffered from a very obstinate case of dyspep-! l m: a .iIt Ii. >>. il..r--- _"__ __
I : in it but had just been -
grass aia," writes K. B. Secord l-sq.; of 13 Eastern It was motion .
upon ordered that J.M. ... .
Young lady wishes situation as com- I cleaned! out. Cane had considerable Are., Toronto, Ontario. "I tried a great nuin 1 I --4
ber of remedies without success. I finally lost I| !i. Hell J. L. Smith and V. M. Seck.ngcr -
pauiuu io lady or growing children. I grass in it 'but is being cleaned. Pin- /kick m them alt. I was so fir gone that (could I '
not bear solid food stomach for bo and they arc hereby appoint- ;;TTIVIILO DEYO
any my a longtime
RHViMircs. 1!. rare Star. IlJ w. I I ,
:Jdars: are fair, but have been in grass, ; felt melancholy and dprts.cii. Could not ,I.' I committee ,
a to out the
-- ----- I vflut 'beans and peas are good; coin deep or follow my occupation (tinsmith). borne I
I four months ago a fntnj recommended your I i t from \\here the hard road to Blitch- I 1iF HIGHEST en
FINE CIGARS is fair and will make sufficiency for Golden Medical Discovery.' After a week's' !
I treatment 1 had derived*o much beuerit that 1 I on begins to the city limits of tlui GRADE.: Obi
I:another year. 13:: crates cantaloupes, continued the medicine. I have taken three I i-ity of Ocala. 44" LPHJMFIiIt

The Norma Martinez, the C. II. S.. ''net i:3.44.::: with 7 crates to hear from. bottle and am convinced it ha*in my case accomplished I

the HI Solo and the Kama Xacional, I\ Upon motion, Mr. Clarence Priest, recoamead a permanent it to the cure.. thousands I can conscientiously of dyspeptics The petition asking for public! road.I ON THE MARKET

four 01 Le best ;5 cent cigars made in throughout the land. beginning at the residence of Mr. Bur- .
: rR
[supeiiijtendont of the farm was >,4 t w .o
poor Accept no substitute for"Golden Medical gin, limning north / ; 1 \ Are
on section line between ;
; now being made and
Tampa, and many other: to he. foundin / ( instructed demand of Mr. Wm. Discovery." There is nothing just ,t ,

'1'. \V. Troxler's cigar case. I Chappell: $.s, in payment for a hog killed as good" for diseases of the stomach, sections and :5 to where said ': it : will be ready for delivery 1

and section line strikes A, C. L. Hy.,
blood lungs. k
by one of his h:1bI1and! which beil r about Sept. 1st.
CREAMERY BUTTER I pro Pierce' Pleasant Pellets stimulate thence tinning along! and parallel with ,, .,hr5 r,: ,
Ion. to the farm.
i poor th# ? liverVirginia said: railroad on west side of railroadto : "' '.. "' '
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I Upon motion, the estimate furnished -- -- --- ,
county line of Marion and Alachua
1'h(' CJirn.kliael & Son Co. Keep

constantly hand, receiving a fresh j illy I sub-school district No. 4 was grant. Bridge Co., H93( : ; Converse cot ntil's.:13 laid over until next ', / [EL t llfltljMAKKUS CiGAR 1
| ed. and the levy of three mills made cyst? fACTORY
at.pply fivry two days: delicious! pure Bridge Co.. $5&GO. meeting.Messrs.. ,
| and the assessor! thereupon duly noti-
Georgia enginery butter 25 cents per The Converse! Bridge Co's hid of Wartmanu. Fort and I.udusWPI'P _Y
Ice. hone No. 37.TYLER'S !i i tied.I ( ;
pound, kept or I $5960;; to build said bridge being the I appointed; a committee to investigate ,
I Fantville special tax school district
1 I! lowest and best bid was accepted by: the' jail with reference to theclosets
I No. Commencing at northeast corner Ocala, Florida.
MILK them. Citrus county to pay one half with power to act.
I of section 19. township 13, south I. a#.
-- of the expenses of building the sail Bond of T. W. I L. Hat dee to carry' +'1 > f :.r} t= Pi ices to the trade on appf tica,
No dairy in the state has the \\vr- j range 20, east, running west to the Ma- 'I
steel bridge, and the said chairman respectfully pistol rules: were waived, and the application 1 tlOn.I .
fected arrangements: and equipmentsto non and Levy county line thence .
submitted the same and requested gianted. ,
give you clean, pure milk as has i!.south; to the southwest corner of sec- J .i.
know that the board ratify the The following! bonds were approved!
Tyler. When you drink It you \ il.V.i township 14, south range 19, .
you are imbibing the cleanest and same. Which action of Mr. Long was by the hoard and ordered drawn: Out
!east: !hence east to the southeast corner -
nest to he had. then and there duly and legally ratified Thomas ,1. Stanley, J. U. Jarred W. B. !
| of sftiii.-n .2, township 14, south
i and the following resolution unanimously Jarrel, J. H. Humphrey. M. L. Fergu\
... 'j range 19. east thenctt north to the
adopted: I
I northeast coiner of section 2, township I son.The Prescription -
**. _- _-_ I Hesqlved, hat the chairman of the following bonds to carry fire >
!, 1 11. south range 19. east thence ea?t : :
Life and Fire I board of county commissioners of Ma arms wero filed and laid over until :
'to I the southeast corner of section 31,
rlon county, Florida, be and he is here next meeting: II, I). Mathews W. H
write insuranceon Drugs
We are- V *pared to township 13: south, range 20, east, I ,
by authorized and directed to executeon Fort Marcus Frank Joseph J. Fort
life in the hest companies :
or property thence north to the northeast corner
the part of Marion county and as R. H. Sanders, S. Feinberg, J. L Parramore. .
doing business. of section: 19, township 13, south range

Halt ,$- Rawls, 1 1 _'0. cast the point of beginning. its act and deed a contract with the Are fresh. We ate> filling prescriptions every day
Converse Bridge Co., of Chattanooga, Bond of Oliver Moore to carry rifle
.Rooms 7 and S, lereht1.bhlock.. I It was upon motion ordered that the and
Tenn., for the construction of a bridge was refused) by the board. getting in. riew goods every week. Besides,
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f 'clerk furnish the superintendent of the
across the Withlacoochee river at Dun- :Mr. II L. Carney, tax collector reported we have
EPISCOPAL SOCIAL !i poor farm a commitment for MattieiKturfista.
nellon, Fla., in accordance with the collection of $2.51 on accountof
!i I. .
i plans and specifications and form of licenses and $22 on account of poll
'Thl'f'In btu a social and musical i Mr.1T. E. Harris appeared before A SYSTEM OF EXCHANGE
I contract this day submitted the sai.lboard taxes.A
evening at thr yrmory on Thursday, : the board with reference. to the print-
of county commissioners. Whicli complaint having he.enD,1l1 to
August 27. under U.'O auspices of the ling of the laws of 1003. Ity; 4 hereupon \ by which
; we can return find! unsa1a-
plans and specifications and form of this board that :\Ibbrs.t.. L. Anderson anything we
Episcopal church coasting! of music I on motion ordered that the Ocala ,

and I other attractive features: including I Banner be and it is hereby designated I contract art 4ier&t! >y apuroy uu. Tho and Mursh are fencing up the public ble and exchange for goods we can sell or use.

I contract to be entered into by Marion roads in and around what is knownas
a lecture by Rev. H. W. I.MIe on: ;f; the paper to publish" the said laws Try our business methqdsVt here to the }
I and Citrus counties as party of the the Big Scrub near Salt Springs, arc please people.
"The Flora and Fauna of the Mozam of 1903.
j first part and not to become effective it was ordered that the clerk of this
bique." A supper will 1 be serv 4, It was thereupon upon motion or- ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE
unless $1000 is raised by private subscription "board request Mr. H. L. Anderson to
oumi: ndtis: at I; o'clock after which ;(1 t. as specified in the form of remove at once any obstruction which
the music 1 !pan of the program, and ; county attorney) be requested to pre. W. CASTEL
.. will contract exhibited to the board. may have been placed on public roads : J. Proprietor.
f MU evening, .
the oih r features: u : :
:enforcing The bond of J. N. Marshall, mark in this county. .- ,..-'--- .
he given. I -
and brand inspector at Candler was The following notary public bonds 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- riEVENING
0# paying no taxes. Under chg.p.-
I persons approved and filed by the board. were approved' viz: I]. P. Tnagant.r o. of
ESCAPED AN AWFUL FATE II ter 523C::; acts of 1903.
Applie&tipnq for pensions! from thv> with Vernon Clyatt an-.I 1 Z, U. Cham-

:fir. II I. Haggins Melbourne, Fla-/ I It was thereupon upon motion ')r.. state of Florida were apprgvecl as! follows : bliss suieties, J.V.. Crosby, with R. f Commercial Bank fo
I had ConS derc d that Mrs. Wallace be placed upon I f
vritex' "My doctor told me
: : Sarah Simmons, Jane A. Hudg- S. Hall and W. J. Chambers, sureties;

fuiaption) Mill nothing could( he done : il+t pauper{ list at $5 per month. ens. L. V. Mixson. J. H. Lanier, Ann J. M 1. M. Hampton with 11. L. Andersonand I

for tn... I +\'.\.8 given up to die. The i I The Cutuo.ttfcC heretofore appointed Taylor, Sarah L. Fletcher, Sarah F. Walter Ray. sureties.It f I BRANCH OF f i

offer of a fnv bind bottle of Dr. King's to see to 'this MJf having reported COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE
Phillips. Thos. N. Davis was duly ordered by the board
induced I that she litdplfrSfi! l gad suffering ?
Consumption was'eI'Y !
New Discovery for Petition asking for hard road from that the dl'rlof this /board /be and his -.

me to try it. Results were start. !, with consumption and wj s fot a punnellon to Ocala was laid over lintU i hereby" directed to write to the CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO
to [ subject for the farm; | i f
mead poor
ling. I am now on the proper
the.( meting of the board lu Sep comptroller and ask him what h,:. n.- I
Dr. KnxVev Discoxvry. I to he paid for the month of July on 1
and owe to i
tember. quirts this hlJ:1f'IIII: |! ih(, in unier to procure I INTEREST PAID ON TIME! DEPOSITS 9
saved lit .I. TJitetfrent account of nurse hire etc. I
It surely| my e. / ,
The board of county commissioners: its pro rat a from him of convict:
for all throfci! ; It was ordered "by the board that the DOES A
: care !is guaranteed: : 0 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0
having received Information that: eertaln hire due this! county July I 1. 1903, ar.u I
and luug rtlar'ascs hy the AntiMonopoly cjerk for this hoard recommend to the I RECEiVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT I Io
I lands in Marion county Pier itla.t at what: time tho said comptmller, will
11 ru gator-, Price Go cents and $1. (coiii furik.r: that the redemption of AND SOLD 0
I I were swamp and unimproved! lands be it-atly to turn 0such (1111(1Iii
Trial bottles frt-*-. .ju: ;'ter. of northeast quarter I I II
and which was of very little \'ahwwl this boar,!.
.....- section H. I tovR>hip H, range :20: I 00- 00- 00- 0- 00- 0- 00- 00- O- 0-
upon the application of Mr. John A. Mr. T. K: Pasteur submitted his iv-
CUBA be allowed for the fae &Jue!! of ceritilicates .
Graham of Braidentown. Fla.. \\ho had part! of -ceipt.s disbursements and I
veiity-fivo dollars for a. lu-auv, ]lot t '! :\0.317. of July! 1694. and ft II,
purchased the said! lands (om FrankQ. balances as follows:
/Ij33 of November lS:15. for A. J. Me- SEABOARD
on: easy payit 'nts. For terms anal byte v ; Brown, Irjjstee! for the Florida RIHIJ ILM;

let address. The Cuba Real Estate As. \ lialrnn Southern!: R. R. Co., It was reconrtnentlProfessional : B.lan.l.t.t r'.I..rt. t4.Ihl J')

sociation, 27 Obispo) street Havana, It was upn( motion ordered that the T' lt.ltf'r'., iWt-II.t .'.." 2'Jt") ./."./ 4'

C 2:5: dw :sm i ; 15 n n i.1',1 557Uihnce
Cuha. ;ittoith half of arct4lf. )JP I township ----

range ::!l. which was iuis
Foley's Kidney ere will cure all discuses m"Nill of the hoard U> SJOnO, h* plod{ STY I'.wa-Ut.' EXCURSION
l -- -- -- --- Itayucet.t!! $ IK;
arising from dI tendered kidneys rtjiorl
ed hack at $2..r,0
I per acre. i lrea,urrr'i receipt isi s\j l*'Oi\
or hladd!.'I-. Sold hy Poswlliw }Drug I It was ordered) by the hoard of county R I D FULLER pisbureI iT'i o jHVE Virginia Coast and Mountain Resorts

Stole commissioners that comptroller IStliaalc.- Eli ;,;

I be lecomiuended to allow S. J. DillarJ DENTIST tSlJ fOEHtm'KK ri'KP. I \T> (; I;S '/' 11) il J
J. a
Lasncr "U.H rtlUsburtrtl
I : redeem certificates 2.r.79! and 2601, .
Ito Trrnurt r', rreript . ;,1 j al) 17 is!
wish to call the attention of I of ''''-ltlJl'r. 1S90. :2sr.7! ; and 2SCO. otOctober. Office Over Munroe and Chambliss' . .. :>>>.' >)''I fi From Fernandina and Jacksonville to

housekeepers to cur line of line Fla- I ISi t t'. and 27.9 and 27C3, of Bank Hilance: .. Ilt's:; : :; : $15 5
wring Extracts, which' are rir&t classin 1.\U
finesimposed U
: The following! justices reported
every respect and absolutely full see-ti-r OCALA FLORIDA I Ocean View, Virgin Beach and
t ; \ !: : : ; ) as follows: Jeo. Mathew: ,.

strength I 1 It v\as-ordered by the: board of county $:{;I.;; R. :S. Shortridge, $30; I D. I. OLD POINT COMFORT.
We give lOpeI' cent of the purchase E. CHACE
to charitable organization\ uimmissiuiers that the comptroller J. Cranthain.: $:!.".; H. W. Douglass $1 1 ; ..

and price you will any find a coupon attached: to be lecommeivied w allow L.V. Johnson DENTAL 8Un EON J. =N. Shedd l $:!.*); M 1. :M. Proctor $2.:;. Also following low round trip ral"i to the mountains:

ach hottle. to redeem the iu>rif.{ fs' quarterof The following justices reported no Asheville X. 0.. . . . .$13.0,1 Marion N. C. 13.00

Our idea in taking this method to noitlu-ast and east cjlf qfnoithweM. Office Upstairs Commercial! Bank fines imposed in their courts: R. 3.
quarter Abbeville! S. C.. . . . 11.00 Monteagle, Tenn.. . . . 15.05i ;
introdf thexe goods= i is to help{ the Smith, Alex. M. H. Ron .1. O.
quarter and northeast quarter 13liihiinQC. Wynne i
I uthrfoflltof1.XC.,. ... . 13.00
. . . .
Marion t unty Hospital. However. W. And'ron, S. C 11.10
of south\\est quarter, section 33 J.A ':FLORIDA Turnipseed, It. Bullock, 1: Jackson Saluda. X. C... . . . 12.10

hese charitable('olll'oral'l'organization"made payable and to it township 17. range 26. and northeast 1. \\'. LxleB.. F. flour-hillon. Ihttrd.. N. 13.20. Shelby, .,,.. C.,. . . . 13.00

-auy tvstfc entiiehwith the purchaser as quarter of southwest quarter section TERMS CASH The board thereupon {Uljourne'i.y Cross !Hill. S. 12.00 Sewanr-e. Tenn.Spartanhurg. ... . . . 14.9.-

to where the coupon go*s. I' ;!:'.. township 17. range .t>, for $11 ---- --- T. Si-trunk.i t Clerk. I Flat Rock, N. C... 12.)_v : S. C.<

Tlu:' !erica of the extras is 13 I Mr. 11.Y. Long reported that hemet I It W. H. MAREAN M D. I Greenville S. C.. . . . 12.10 { Tryon, X. C... . . . . 12.10

cents per bottle of One FULL Ounce t ]Dr. Lowry as per agreement at NEARLY FORFEITS HIS LIFE Hf-nflorsunville.... . . 12.30 i Walhalla, S. C... . . . 1..2-:

and this quantity will gO as far us j i! Dunnellon. Florida, on July 28, 1903, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND I Hot Springs X. C.,. . . 14.2: Warm Springs la... . . ,. !Ut)

some of the 25: cent bottles of so-1 afir having received nine bids for the SURGEON /. runt way. almost ending fatally, Laurens S. C.,. . . . 11.0''Lake Water too. S. C., (Harris Lithia

called "full sttength' extracts.: I building c: a steel bridge, with a sixty Social attention given to the treatment started a horrible ulcer on the leg of Tosaway, X. C... . . 14.20 SpringsWaynesville.. . . . . 12.00(

Four flavors--Lemon, Vanilla. I foot draw acres the Withlacoochee of Chronic Diseases and Diseases J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111.! For Lenoir X. C..13.e.; X. C.,. . . 14.2

Strawberry and PiiOappe.! I i River, which bids \\er as follows: of Women and Children. I for, years it defied all doctors and all : Lincomton X. C. 13 lx> i Whitest ne, S. C.". . .. 12.Iry

THE P03TOFFICE DRUGSTORE : Na i.\'il1e Steel Bridge Co.. J6473, Ocala, Fla. I remedies.; But Buckl'S :Arnica Salve

''ha-I: him. j Tickets pale rar trains scheduled to leave Jacksonville 9 a. m.. and7p.
Champion Steel Bridge Co., $6633; Office over Tydings' Drugstore. Office no trouble to cure Equally I en

.o B J-J: ::: A King Bridge Co., $6900' ; Crafts Bridge hours from 8 a, m., to 12:! m.: I'good for Burns, Bruises, Skin Erup- m.. august: 1t! limit returning to September :2, 1903 Write A. O. Macassiat&ni -

,u ute j,'11:1: fn 4 yt", Hl; i '1f.01J-- jQJgb! :. Co.. 6.5.15 Cmi&u .s taxes Bridge from 2p.m.to5p.n.. i''ticns and Piles. 25 cents at then, \* genera: pa"s-neer; agent Jad mm'iIe.! Fla.. or S. C. Boylstoa, Jrpassenger
'ualr'W $ ;
"" I 60 N.
/;.!..,- ,tI' Residence-No. Main St., known ,
.J. .' .(. .y 4 _?.i j "o.. el C-:0: ; Coke Blt1;3 a CQ. t Hj$O: ail the ti'iah caltage. I Monopoly Drugstore. agent
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