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 )
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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9, Number 52 OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST J3, J903 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

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New Arrivals. I THE REDUCTION : .--.--. .;-S-. S.--. .-. .:. .-. .S.. -. .
,i THE SEABOARD I ---- ------

Underwood's Deviled Ham. I Both Were Feasted at Wednesday's I I II I! New York, August 13.-The Sea-

t Brook Trout. i Gathering at Historic St. IN PRICES OF SHIRTS'I I l j board Air Line Railway yesterday

Little Neck Clams. I Johns Church I I passed into the hands of a syndicate TOO BUSY

representing the Rock Island St. Louis -
Shrimp. The educational rally at St. Johns I
I i and San Francisco railroad inter- .
Lobsters. church, Cotton Plant Wednesday, wa.s I /
I, I .AND. : .
a very successful one though the
Deviled Crabs. .
transfer of the control of the .
number present{ was not at great aa I
Crab Melt I I system from the Williams and allied
was anticipated. Tho day, though To write an ad.vertisemement-
Honed Chicken. IMEN'SLOW j interests to the new syndicate is com-
warm, was a very delightful one. .SHOES j plete.

Honed Turkey. Pastor Rape of that church appointed ,
I This deal means the elimination of
Fresh Ilerrin lion. II. W. Long master of ceroinonie.i. I
I rate disturbances in the South and the so
i we are
Kippered Herring. I Will remain in force until the Lots Reduced are I loperation of practically all the trunk
The exercises of the
morning began
Findon Haddocks. I I lines reaching that section in close
I with a song: service, led by Mr. James all sold.IDON'T.
harmony.By Holding
Pine Cheese. I SpaceFOR
Apple Hudgens. :Miss :Minnie Miller\ daughter -
control of the SeaboardAir
I securing I
Sapsago Cheese. of C.! Y. Miller of Leroy played
I Line, the Rock Island system obtains -
Parmesan CheeseTEAPOT the organ rout acceptably./ I
an outlet to Norfolk, Wilmington ;
1 Presiding I Uhler I:) Cole of Ocala, opened MISS
Savannah, Charleston, Brunswick,
GROCERY. the session with prayer, when R'I!
I Fernandina Jacksonville, St.
------- -- --- -- ------- -- J. A. I Ui-ndry, the faithful pastor 01 and Tampa. J, STARR STERNBE GER.

the Ocala Methodist chinch: made the
The acquisition adds 2CC3 miles to

opening" address/ on "Christian EducaItiull I YOUR SELECTION.THE the length of the Rock Island system. The Real Estate

mainly devoting his remarks l:)
The deal was executed: by the Laden-
tho iniiiicmc of Christian; training ii i: ,
burg, Thallman & Co., and J. P. Mor- man who .
the }home.
gan, the First National Bank of New
The address was a good one in every -
York and Blair & Co., taking an important -
essential, and! the reverend gentleman "Does It Now.
T. \\'. TroxlMr. AgHU for I1uylf>r's, part in the negotiations.It .
won distinction by it, as well
C as leaving a deep! impression on the
Seaboard bonds, amounting to about
minds! of his heniers.Rev. OCALA, FLORIDA.
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$7.000,000. passed into the control of

Watch our window and save; $1every J. P. Jl iI burn. tho financial the St. Louis and San Francisco rail- --. ---.--. -.-. .--.-. . -.
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day. Ocnl.i Music ('o. 1 agent of the Sutherland: Seminary, the SECOND DOOR FROM CORNER. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. .-.-.-. -. !. '.-. !.-!. -. . ... . .
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As. stock mast be sold by Sept!' Is Come at once, eve1/bodY, while the stock is unbroken.

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child of the Florida Methodist Conference to speak, saying he came to hear and NEW LIST

BROTHERSi was the next speaker, and madean not to be heard. .

admirable address on the same sub The editor of the Star was also honored
/ t j('et. Among the interesting and in- with a call. He made acknowledgements
structive things he said was that and said ho was pleased to

among the 370 American colleges, 317 witness such gatherings and hear ad .

Leading; Wholesale & Ret il Butch H, i iWEs1ERN represented religious denominational dresses along educational lines; it was THE BANNER CITY, - By F. W. DITTO.

schools 2G:? state schools and colleges, I a campaign of education and would

and the remainder institutions founded bear golden fruit.
I No. 1-35 acres of land and good cotome oranges this season; on Lake
AIID CHOICE flO mA MEATS by individuals for specific or special Mrs. Dow Beck of Cottage Hill presided
tage, with barn, stable, chicken- Bluff. North Lake Weir. Can with
work, though all under Christian at the in the afternoon.
house, fruit trees, peaches, plum! attention, be made to pay for Itself

CELERY AND ALL OTHER VtGETADLES IN SEASONS I influence. He quoted Daniel Websteras Refreshments were served" on the pears, etc. All in good condition; in one year. Fine view of the lakeand

I saying this nation was a Christian ground for the benefit of the cemetery -
FREE three miles from town, on Anthonyhard an ideal home. Owners out of
", ./ nation and recognized God as the su- fund by Mr. Woodward, who dida
.. 10"1 the state and will sell for $500.
I road. Price, $400.
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preme ruler of the universe. He also thriving trade.
I No. 2-10-acre vineyard, two miles No. 6-Fine house and thirty acres of
DAY PHONE 117 NIGHT PHONE 39 j quoted Huxley the great scientist, St. Johns church is famous as the
from town south; all bearing; good land, one mile from city. Good
though skeptical as he was about tho oldest Methodist church in Marion
fences, fine cistern; house recently home and fine place to raise chick
CROSBY & HALL I inspiration of the Bible, yet as a trustee county, antedating the founding of
living Call and this before
}burned. This will make a good ens. see buy
of the London schools said that Ocala, and l began Its history fifty odd
who will ing.
I for industrious party
religious instruction was a necessity years ago in the little Barco log schoolhouse
take care of it. Price very cheap. No. 7-Nice in
cottage good repair;
& GENERAL I to pupils and a lasting benefit to their of those days, the same strain of
liVERY '
'ENi fine arbors, fine cistern and
character and citizenship. splendid citizenship being represented No. 3-30-acre farm, with good fruit grape a

Rev. Hilburn trees, cistern, barn, stable, chicken good garden. This place occupea a
I was highly complimented ) in the grandchildren M. Barco,
house and six room cottage in fair corner: and is very desirable. Very
Fine and 1 on his address. manager of the Commercial !bank, 1 1).
Carriages, Buggies Traps I condition. Entire place fenced andall cheap.
Then followed dinner, which the M. Barco of Cotton Plant, and Col. Sic
Drummers' Carryalls Saddle Horses etc. in cultivation, except seven acres No. 8-Large corner lot and small lot
i good housewives and pillars of Si. Barco of Crystal River, and Newton
jI in woods, good pine, oak and hidwith cottage; renting for $52 a
I Johns church provided for the gathering Barco. the son of J. M., and the progressive
: ory wood. Two miles from town, on year, has good well, one block from
FINE VEHICLES FAG! O8ES It certainly was a "flow of and successful young farmer !
Fort King avenue. To be sacrificed Ocklawaha: and near the square.Price
[Soul\ and the way the "aching void" : and trucker of his section, with oth-
'I I at $400. cash. $;;;00.) This is a desirable
j was filled and the gastric juices took ers. There were three brothers, Mr. .
Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses No.4-Good cottage and lot, with well, property and will be sold at once.
up the work of digesting the fine (-d1- Stephen Barco was the father of Col.
Boarded the Month Rate. barn, chicken house, etc, and a large No. 9-Just one more nice cottage left
by Special tiles partaken of will leave a pleasant Xic; William Barco. the father of D.
corner lot or garden on paved street with large yard in second ward. Ain
memory: of that part of the day's en M., and Joseph P. Barco, the father of
second ward. Can be bought on nice home for anyone, in best location -
& Hall joyment. our J. M., and who was a very public
Crosby easy terms. Price, $1000. in the city. Must be sold at
citizen and popular being
The afternoon session was devotedto spirited very
No. 5-Fine house and 12-acre grove, once. Price, $1000.I
hearing the Rev. Joseph T. D"lri tax collector and assessor of Marion :

Ocala Florida i ranee:, the "Sam Jones of Florida.: county in its early history. He

-. -- I He began with only a few hearerspresent ?erved faithfully as a Confederate sol IF YOU WISH TO BUY

.!. f I hut closed with every one on dier, was taken prisoner on Finnigan's

S C I G k t.' .. & L
III II \ is almost impossible to give his Col.! Adam Kichelberger. was imprisoned
Description.F. .
I herbiage, but it was: rich and( striking, : at Johnson's island}, where he

lJealel InRough '. I full of grand flights of oratory interspersed died rhus ending the life of a \'aluedcitiz.n. W. DITTO
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
l with humorous stories and who l left the impress of his
and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dri3d Flooring t! ---
pointed and convincing illustrations of sterling character on his progeny.Mr.

Ceiling and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick. 'very-day life. Durrance captured the Henry \\.. lung I has been a con
i crowd. He is the colporter of the MIn stant member of St. Johns church
1\lfJnufact nrer of .. a
t.. I church. South, and works for the ever since Its organization, and for an d MECHANICAL

Turned Ballusters Newels Columns 'advancement of the Seminary The forty-three years has been its ideal
Casings, .
present need of this institution is 10. I steward prompt faithful and constant GUN AND LOCKSMITH.REPAIRING
Door and Window Frames, Mantles Church Seats, Pul--; .
<1100.> with which to build a chapel. Thecolll'.t laborer :
School Desks ank Seats Combined and Tables. I j A SPECIALTY
pits, on was liberal. in the vineyard and pulling a

am constantly:: receiving lumber and can fill orders for any Rev Cole the presiding elder was I UMBRELLAS REPAIRED. SAWS FILED AND PUT IN GOOD ORDER

quantities and siZes. ZJi oiup chess a Special ly then ..ailed on, but gracefully: declined (Concluded on fourth page.) South Street, Opposite City HallOCAIAI.


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....{ Ir -r.l;: i it MIND AND BODY '

i i! i I BEST FOR THE'BOWELS KIDNEY DISEASES Colored Folks' ColumnRev.

I (Continued from first page.)

J. E. A. Keeler, Editor

forward oar in all good work whether !I I are the most fatal of all dis. 1

; St of church or state, a citizen who takts If .you, h.ivi-n a ,. *,. healthy. moement of the I INj eases. I Mrs. S. J. Palmer is quite sick.
.i H
I i : : ii! ir v Ii I Kt.t-(: jour I i
an active part in the civic as well as bo.I a i> oa .1 I i. ( r ":, Ihi -haj'eof vio
; :eutpt' Ic..r !I' 1- i j. cl uif. rou-. The smooth Miss Ada Jacobs of Santos
I KIDNEY CUBE is in the
the moral battle of life, ever found in eat,tasie-t, n. -t \. .; way o{ kt- pin" the bowel !'! HI! C V'O at i,
clear and ileau J-- '"> t* <- '
the forefront of battle doing valiant : CANDY FULL I 0 Guaranteed RemedJor i I left} '

for 9 Snfants and Children. f ( service for the right, thereby setting CATHARTIC II I Mis Ann Eliza Moreland is sick with

I ,, a noble example for younger men to money refunded. Contains I fev'er.t .
castor;, is n h' ulesti SU1ytitute tir Castor Oil, I'arl3- ,
dsitl 5oothin Syrup. It i, Pleasant. It pattern after. remedies recognized by eminent -
guile, Irup4 ;; j Mrs. D. E. White, who has been
I so
contains ttcit1icr Opiunr, DIorphute nor other Nareotlctnb Notes II II,i physicians as the Best for I I j ill, is better.
tuu ( jt'lit1OV4 1rrlls ahI alit3r Feverihue>)s.It '
Reverends Cole and drove and Bladder troubles 1
('ers !)ia data :tttt: 11'iu(1 Colic. It reliees Trrtlt- Hendry Kidney i
iiitf Trouble/ami! coos Corl tipttloll. It regulates the out to the meeting with their families i ri PRICE SOw and $1.00. Elias Chapman has been very 111;

Stomach) anci liiiivcls, giving Iiealthy and natural bleep._ by private conveyance. Postoffice alto Ruford Jones.
The !'atiace t-The Mother's Friend. I i I Drugstore Ocala Fla.
Albert Graham, with the A"-1 _
grocery A fine line
I FItaant: PH.. :" i' >i-r.t Taste/luod.; 1)oGoed dry goods is being put
The Kind You Have Always Bought partment of Mastery store, rode nis Vrr Si S i 'I. <- -...' : r ,'-||). b'. .mt..J, rfcktIA.T I in at Falana's store. '
box. t'
t .r. i I.u frr< 'uyllun'1\ l/ooklet on
wheel but found the sandy part of the! h! aah. .tiiili. OBIKUUMJ ::: IUSE Cher-
Bears the of I JUSIDY (t17 P11Y. IIIfK.Oor Mf lOtli. TAYlOR1S
Signature Mrs. Mary Parish
road "very perspiring okeeRemedy and Miss Ethel
are at home.
Rev. Rape, the pastor of St. Johns j i I : of Sweet Gum and ,

church, was untiring in his efforts to ,. -.-.- -- ---- I Miss Louisa Schofield
I returned
I Mullen for
make everybody feel at home, and a'i i Coughs Colds, to Ocala from Clearwater, sick.

led greatly to the intellectual as well !! CALL EARLYi ;jLaGrippe. Nature's Great /

ty p i as social pleasures of the day. i i I Mrs. Donally does not seem to im-
for all Throat
All those wishing to have their IH'OShe is in serious
In Use *x0 Years.v'k The editor fell into splendid han-1.-;' i phoI a condition.
i I tos made at our cut prices must be I Lung Troubles. Thoronghly I :
TlrN R 'R COMP./4 77 MVRQV'.7Rrr7 PCW YORK CITY.rrescip'on at the dinner table, and in con:;.'- I
t.;, i. 1\ : ; :, WE HAVE
i sure to call on or before Saturday, Auuse A WO STOCK OF
-- quence, with other delicacies washed i tested for 30 years. 25c.. '
j ? ; 15.-as that will positively be our I I UNCALLED-FOR LAUNDRY
down a substantial meal with a good) j ,
\ ; last:; day to take pictures in Ocala. 50c., and $ f. For Sale by
Our aromatic cup: of hot coffee. Our {i Which for one month we will sell at

thanks are due Mrs. Simeon Brown of t i i I Tent Photo Co. I!Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. unheard-of prices.

Leroy and Mrs. Dow Beck of Cottage I ..:.=: -::: =- :,- ---: --- .. --==. I Collars and cuffs, 30 cents per doz.
& Hill for so satisfying a meal.C. ARE YOU GOING NORTH OR ViESTjTin ( I I .. Il.n. shirts underwear, handkerchiefs

: %fa Y. Miller and wife were amon I I I S E A 13 ( ) 1I: D pique skirts shirt waists, etc., at cor-
l.huis"illc't h\'ille R. R. offers I resjumdingly[ l low prices.
the gathering. To. Mr. M's. effort AIR LINE
unexcelled passenger: service.Modern RAILWAY Now i is: the time to replenish
D yourwardrobe.
0 are due the brick steps of the churen
rugs trains carrying: I'ullman sleepers : .
I leading into the vestibule. They stand 1 .
up! in-date ('couches free reclining SPECIAL RATES OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY.
IAi as a monument to his interest in it. ,

tfesh. We arc filling prescriptions every day The manner In which the cemetery chair Southern('ars1111 dining cars, between $21.90-BALTIMORE, MD., and re- .
and Northern cities. The
turn. Tickets on sale:: Sept.i to 20.inclusi"l. Phoenix Oliver has returned to his
is kept at St. Johns is a credit to its
and/getting in new goods week. Besides finest[ dining ear !service in the South
every people. It is beautifully shaded with .'; limited returning to Sept :!j home at Shady (11'0and Is much
-** 'V /h:1.veA : I All agents} :ill through tickets tI iaI. ":?8. Extension obtainable to Oct. :;. better.
magnificent oaks planted by the members I., t N.
by of fee.
of the church, and a neat iron 1 For rates, schedules and .sleeping payment Entertainment at :Mrs. Sanders' next

SYSTEM OF EXCHANGE fence surrounds it. The graves ate .55-HOT SPRINGS, ARK., and re- J i Wednesday '
oar enervations: apply to J. M. Fleming 1$2 night given by Miss ( A.
I kept clean of weeds! and grass, the! I Florida! turn. Tickets on sale WednesdaysI : I Robinson.
I passenger;; gent L'ofi! W. I

fcy] which we can return anyj&ing we find unsala- whole presenting a scene indicative of I Hay St., Jacksonville, or C.' 1 L. Stone.; I and Saturdays, limited to !return
the respect the mebers have for themselves I within f.0 days from date of sale. 1 Pi of. A. II. Randolph of Gainesville,
0. I I'.1., Louisville
bTI 1 and exchange for goocjyW can sell or use. and[ the love for the dead. SUMMER TOURIST tickets on sale who was in the city on business, re-

)' of business: 1Il\th'hb' 11. :ue here to please; the people. At Martel l we had the pleasure ot daily with final limit October :31.: I i tinned home yesterday.

\ grasping the hand of John II. Brooks $67.75-SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., and |I "Comfortable lodging and first classboard

ANTi-MON LY DRUGSTORE merchant and postmaster of the placo.and CASTORIAFor return. Tickets on sale July 31 t to !I at reasonable rates at the Mack
... August 115: inclusive! limited returning
a more agreeable gentleman does Infants and IIoue '
., Children. to October Kith.;; on West Broadwa).

J. W. CASTEL, PorJetor.I not dispense warm greetings or greater The Kind You Have Always Bought : $67.75-LOS ANGELES, CAL., andI

-- ......... sociability to those he meets than I return. Tickets on sale July il: I to "DO IT NOWrrI.LO
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the> ger+(gl l, whole sonled man in question. Bears theSignature i
August 13: inclusive, limited I
v.\'Ii/.,, ,: .' .i > .' lr, ')iJo>> E +-#' i I $ a week will buy one of those
ing to October J.r.
; ; :: of ,
; I I Ill'.C'ltagt.s t across from the new race
J J. Monroe Smith of the Cotton Plant i I John DozlerV.. W. Condon, tiaek. J. Starr Sternberger.

I NineTenths- i htR\DINE.: settlement Is a believer in pecans ami II! Agent, City Ticket Agent

) has 100 bearing: trees. He says it ;i is LOW RATES TO i j I Ocaia. Fla. Willie King and Miss Ethel Freeman

$ the tree for the farmer to
plant. --
rE; l 1-: : :! trAr WASHINGTON, D. C..l--t.lI I l I were married at Silver[ Springs last!

Sunday night by Rev. P. (J. (lowens.Congratulations. .
of S j Pure Juices from Natural Roots. WATCH FOR A CHILL Account of Grand Fountain United I VISIT g And t I .
I I'
-- Order of Tine Reformers at Washington. i
I all thePeople I ; I tfeeliver St&macband Bowels However Blight at this time of year I). Atlantic Coast Line will .sell t O(i Mm! 1 M, J Rcgainf : Mrs. Lizzie Smith has opened a first
gSStliiYFES; t
1 class restaurant
n on Broadway, next to
and this I
climate, it J js t the forerunner found I
trip tickets at rate of one lirt Your II
Clearisbs she Purifies the Blood +-. -.. ''the Powers' block Meals and lunchej
u System
t of malaria. A disposition to yawn, and class fare plus twenty-five ('''nts. Tickets
i i at reasonable! rates. Call and be convinced. .
an all tired out feeling even comes before on sale August :;;(0). September! 1 and[ 252S252552 (' HealthJ I

SUlfer PUBES Kalaria! Biliousness Constipation! the chill. Herbine, by its prompt 2. Final limit to reach stalling point !, !.

I i A Tsak sToniarjii'and 1 Impaired Digestion. stimulative action on the liver, driv csinut i, later than September ]10. OhlY $28.55 Round r I'rffrom P 3k I I.ot-\ fine black: jip half hound,

t from a y ; the malaria germs out of the system,..1 I THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE Ocala Fla. Tickets white breast and small white streak in

i Diseased EEr ry Rote! Guaranteed! to Give Satisfaction purifies( the blood, tones up the system on sale every Wednesdays'i' lace, small tail with crook at end. TIle
) and restores health 50c. the AntiMonopoly i- Offers excellent service.
at Pullman reservations 1 fimler will he rewarded.
LI: -llOrI.'TL1.: l9flIALL D06D.Jver. I and Saturdays. Return L Robert Par

]"'iic' ', r>OPrcarrzd CI'nts. I Drugstore. now being made. limit 60 days. I| bh.I .
-_ T An excellent opportunity to visit the I

t. ; by JAMES; 1'". UALLAUD, St. Louis, Mo. (< ;; I WILLISTONCol. East! at an exceedingly low rate. |I The "Rock Isfond" offers !!! *Thomnkins: & Brooks, dealers Invegetabli's

ti.. fr pMK 1;'Wi'1'J' -? O.* -_i<''''3-<:*i'' "':v'>"* "k.'":H*">.3rf? Full complete and reliable inform ; you excellent schedules from and fresh and salt water

For sale by AnH- lollollllly t Dnisstoiv nml all; other leaumg orugstorea Clarence Camp and County Superintendent tion upon application! to ticket agents 5, ; Memphis. I fi->h. City market restaurauand ice

.... or S. I'. Collier Jr., division l" I trream saloon. 4',1 Magnolia St. /
-. --___.... .-- ------- 1 Turner came up from passenger Write for descriptive liter- I
;, Phone a ('nt.
Citrus j
county Thursday and both' ,i
.11- l L;..q Of.S'l!TT'1 ,-'"" .> Cures Cholera-Infaotnln, I'made very eloquent and instructivespeeches > | ature.S. Mrs. Eliza Washington and children

."1 '-r : ; Diarrhoea.Dysentery before the pupils of the sum CANDLER ; L. PARROTT( T. 1'. A., \
returned to Palmetto .
: ::: .71 I fM' the [Bowel Troubles of I jesterday.Mrs.
dh A mer normal. Visits from such cultured i I Atlanta, Ga.
..f'l1j.rf': '1 ,.H ; ChlldrenofAnyAge! I. il ___
!. :; .. '" Aids (Digestion I Regulates gentlemen are highly pleasing to Harry Ilennett is recuperating: in : \!'1J .-_,_ I. J. Simmons, on South MainSt.
t.J' .".;"> g?h'pt.J.: .h 1i ,\I ,n'r"u i N fJ OWDE.AJ) the Bowels, Strengthens I our townspeople. Abbeville X. C. I', 'X'' \A!t, ;;;,.'":1".',=:..r:,, :,[oj;-I ., informs the public that she Is

:, : ', ,l.j; 'r,; Cols OnlJ' 25 cents at Druggists, the TEETHING Child I and EASY Makes State Superintendent Sheats spent Miss Blanche Hall, who has been a.-1 I 1it i! m",I]L I\ "C 1. 'til:t I t.lL !I IJ ready to do all[ kinds of work in dressmaking

I IATLUTA. I I the J.I } i h II.I I in the latest styles. Satisfaction
tending normal Athen.Ida.
summer at
t; .R d efyrUr) titan: :; ants to c. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS, MO. yesterday noting the progress; J ,
Oa.. No. l JU.: tWo> !. made by the school and makes a hig.i- I: ., was compelled to return !home oa : / ,t ': :i1J \ guaranteed.Mrs. .
""O! have han.ll..J l>r. 'Iif.-; !" TI.1'T1IIN'Terth .ip row.Iers) ever since its flr.t introduction to till puL/-!/} I ( :
'. .. ily: 1 of both account of ill health. J. T. Nelson I 1 JM
Ulttrli.ltJlL1.lI.rln| | H.i l.Ui l '" iiit I- si t iu'rl'a".Jfr..mYl'luloYI'iruntil our c.rJtr.Iauw flattering report teachers I j
... .'. ,' ht iNmentainl i the.atisf.etloQ it i r- Sarah Ann Bradley of I l..owl.llis
amulIlIl)! "mr1 ir i> ;in i 'i.r >- r \ \\ .I 'I' I hr"n HVIII"DI'! I I !
ti livID;; tothi-' ... I decidedly better.L. .
jqteauurol''h'uCUa.I' .lIc..l I.c th' ___
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'IM'L'IMuV UV.MvlN VitrO CO. Wboleaale! DrugulsU.! ed Saturday, notwithstanding the fact i Doctor) O'Neal is quite i feeble. He iI i-

For sale by \nti-:Monopoly D.-uustore, :111,1'l all other leading drugSitores.1 that the attendance has been good I in his l'ightyfifthar.. ALEXANDER I Green, the lightning shaver. Call

from start to finish. i Mrs. Sarah Allen and t three childrenjof and! try his shave and hair cut and you
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I Professor Hines has acquitted himself I j Bal'tllw'bitpil Capt. DeLong last'i:! Practical I will! always come. Shave, 10c.; haircut

in the best possible manner, arid week. Miss! Anna DeLong started Sunday I\ I 25<:.; honing razor, 25c.; concave

SEABOARD (I endeared!I himself to our people. Mrs. to visit Mrs. T. M. Hickards ani : CARPENTER AKD BUILDERi t i razor, ?;"o.; All! work first class. No

(Johnson! also deserves considerable daughters at their mountain home i!I long delays; two chairs. Next door ti>
I' | f'nr fill jn.. j,- on, :ail c-'ontractlIl'k.
1 honor for the in which she 1ll'arshl''ill.e.. X. C. ,; nVu Aluen-tine Smith West Broadyray.,
AIR LINE RAILWAYANNUAL I i manner \\ (:Iivs ] : ,,., ; it.-JttM: v.n.'k for I on
I conducted her tlep lfment. The %'i.5I Dr. O'Xeal and family have muv E'ij ,, tilt !n"n.I')' than ;n.i'
I I iting teachers mufel not l be? over looked} nto town to he nearer their! neigRev. hlJjri, \'>ji. I GilJhs. the Dunnellon! pastor and editor

EXCURSION I'las I they did all the could to make this II. Keigwin visited Uev. E. G.I j I ('I of the Advertiser died'this morning r

I I term a most successful and profitab'.t-! McKinley I Monday on his way home! !' J J. A. GQLYEfi & BROTHER I at her [home in Ocala. Mr. Gibbs
Coast and Mountain\ Resorts :. ; j
Virginia i ii one. from Hawthornevheie: he preach 1 I [is away on business and his whereabouts

L. C. Hester has sold his interest in last: Saturday I i.SUITS FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP I are unknown. More tomorrow.The .

I:(; l.:& '1" leit11.'rnndltta It I I the millinery business here to H. I). .I I 'I'llBpllp view people will join withII i : I| -- Magnolia restaurant, corner of

i i i Medlin & Co., and will embark in a Candler and ocher towns in out* 'ifs!' Material. Unequaled for the Price
I and Market
Sts. is
( : C lr Jail Magnolia hours. Meals and lunches, open at reasonable at

11 i i Mr. and Mrs. Howell of Whitesvil[ !! 1!ion! Tuesday, August is. Jo** Whiaenant I:.ri.ilANIN'O( I+} l.ISr.\Nr, RKI'AIR- I rates. Mr. and Mrs. W. J.

1 B W fejy Ocean View, Virginia Beach and I I N. C., are here on a visit to relatives i i I piomies an abundance of fish. I ixi(; XHATLY lJII-I': Ruth managers.

and friends. I iI i Sid Marshall left last week for De-
I Spring S:-mPleg in Great Variety for Mrs. T. f.. McCoy, who has been suffering
CLD POINT COMFORT. Orders have been issued by the Seaboard !I Land to put electric lights in the College !- i I ;tic..1
I! nspe with an afflicted hand Is slowly
Railroad to the millmen of this .11mailxl,
Al.-'i follIiw'! !1,1'I l ( I tiij.! iat! ; u> tit-1 mountains: j I I impioving.
section not to load any more lumberon Accidents seem to come in insta'iment.s i eEST SUITS FOR THE MONEY I IN
I I'
A hl'\'ilI... N. ('... . . . SI"-l: .tla1"Idt'l' : !!, X. C... . . . 13.00 their cars for Ft-matulina until :i \to U"Dr.} Tarris. He is laI 1,1',l TOWN
.\1'1 l. '\ .111', S. ('... . . . I"11"Aiuler.on. .il!ont -a-'!,'. T,im.. . . . 1">. JUutheifoidum. some have been unloaded at that [port. 'I up now with a lane foot caused yon i --- .
N. (:... . . 13.00Suluua. as their sidetracks l'tnow full from Istrppint' ; ; a nail. I Our $S Suits Are a Ten-Strike A runrway, almost ending fatally
1 S. ( ... . . . H-11( .
. . started a horrible ulcer on the leg ot
X. C. . 1 12.10Shilhy. : Archer northward to the abuvplat'( I I NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET

Hrevaid.: X. c... . . . H.:;(1 1 ) N. C... . . . 1'3.Ou I DYSENTERY CURED WITHOUTTHE :i Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the I Ij. 15. Ornfr, Franklin Grove, Ill For

I'nns Hill. S. C..e\% tn. Teun.. . . . 14.Spariiinluirs. u! ;; Cotton Buyer j' fu ..r years it defied all doctors and all
Flat: Rock N. .1-.-"' ; S. c... . . 12.10 -- -- I' '" I:". \: Jw.dit.s. Hut Bucklen's Arnica Salvo

Sivemillf.. S. ('... . . . 12-H :\. ('... . . . . 12.10: There Is an old allegorical pictureof I I "I am just up from a hard !spell'; of ------ --- ---- -- hano trouble to cure him. Equally
loud\ for Bruises Skin
I Hendt'i-sunvilh-. C,. . I-:!.:'.!n* \ValhalIa.! S. ( 1,.;", a girl scared at a grasshopper, but i|I I I the I flux" ( rlysf>ntery) says Mr. 1'. A, FOLEYSIfONIYANDfAB ticns and Piles. 25 cents, at the Erup-AntiMonopoly

Hot Spring.[ N. C.. . . l7tLauuns. : ; Warm Springy (in.a. y.OO in the act of heedlessly treading on a Pinner, a well known merchant of -

: S. C.. . . . lU'i \Vaii-rhio. S. ('., Harris I.Iihia: I I snake. This is paralleled by the man i I Drurnmond Tenn. "I used one small! Cures Colds; Prevents Pneumonia Drugstore.:;

hake Toxaway. X. 0... . . 1-1.:1):: Slll'il1;". . . . . 1:'.01) 1 I! who spends a large sum of money '!I bottle of Chamberlain's Coli' Cholera -- u ..

Leiiolr. \. C... . . . . 13-2" \Va:iH'sville. N. C.. . . 14.2.: 1!I I building a cyclone cellar but neglects ,, and Diarrhoea: Remedy and was cured

I l.iiu-olntoa. :-\. C... . . 1:: \\'hit."tollt't S. 0.. . . . 1210 t i to provide his family with a bottle of J'[i: without having a doctor. I consider ;i Fresh Meat and Game

i. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar- !i: it the be.-t cholera medicine\ in the !
Tii-ki-t.s in sal- fur trains! s-n>du!,-d! ro hiaxr .Jacksonville '.I a. m.. and 7; I i iptei..ber
1 rhoea Remedy as a safeguard against J[! world." There is no ned of employ- f
n1..1', t l: I liinJt reiurninsc to S.-[ 1'. 1 1'!"+1'::. Write .\. (). MaeI: I I We
p. bowel complaints, whose victims outnumber !ling: a doctor when this medicine i is i keep on hand a full line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and
assistant general pa-aeiiivr 1 a."t-ut, Jac:v 1I1l\ illt'. I'la: nr S. C. Hoylston.. i| .I be
those of the cyclone a him- j u:;ed, for no doctor can prescribe a I Sausage to hail Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.

passenger' :agent. ''dred to one. This remedy is everywhere I be't.-r ruedicine for bowel 1 complaint( : Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made.

----- ..,..,- -- .-- a recognized as the most prompt in any t.irm .-.'h-.!r foi children or
W. L.
LiaJ-v! ? I3.M"f.j1; Um.UijnJ,... ._., cm everyfctar I I>. and reliable medicine in use for these adult- I' i u'"s--> ..t--: and J pleasant Jones, Proprietor.

"- ', *. -..,, .-, .jsr.{nh.f.l, i. J i;' .,tP11 3j.' I I diseases. For sale! by all druggists. to take. For sale by an druggist? I C; I rTmvrs .. F=l.1<. er; r,,


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MA0K 1(
Washington, August 13.-:3boWH:3:
$1 less tomorrow. Ocala Mn.-ic Co I the Woman's Missionary Society of !
tonight and Friday.
the First Baptist Church of Ocala

Watch our window. Ocala Music! In that God has taken to her heavenly -

Co. $100 REWARD, $100 home our beloved sister, Mrs.;;
Jl Ocala Florida
-- Georgia C. Centre, we bow to the will ,
The readers of this paper will be I''
Dame leads In Ice cream. Others of Him who doeth all things well.

follow. tf .I pleased to !learn: that there I is at least I Recognizing that the hand of God i is

I, tire dreaded difvf-aso: that science has : over the hand of love, we yet find ourselves I' PhosphateMining and Washing Machinery
i been able to in all its and
"It. A new shipment jut reoeiveu i cure stages bereft in the loss of an exampi- I

at Taylor's. that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure \VomanhIJo.1.1
of consecrated Christian

I is the only! positive cure now knownto an active and zealous member of the I i i Wagons Buggies Phaetons Surreys CarriagesHARNESS

Music racks and fire screens at Mc i the medical fraternity. Catarrh being church, an invaluable member of our I j ,

lver & Mac Kay's. I a constitutional disease: requires f
society, one filled with the mind of the
constitutional! treatment. Hall's Catarrh I 'I tJ ,
Master, who, like him, went about ,doing '
Mclver Ice cream& Mac-Kay's.freezers, all sizes. At Cine is laki-u internally acting good. Wherefore, be it I AND SADDLERY 'OF ALL KINDS

SL directly: upon the blood and mucous
Resolved That tenderest
our !-ym-I
surfaces of the system, thereby destroying
Miss: Uwile! Wilson has been pathy be extended to the sorrowing

sick fur a week or ten days.! Ir quit; the foundation of the disease; family of our departed) sister; that ucopy I Building Materials Every Kind and Description
and giving the patient !strength by t
of these resolutions be furnished j
" } ) the constitution and I '
building up assisting
I '
It Is Riven up by all that Damn's the Florida Baptist Witness, and the 'I' \
nature in doing its work. The
cream I is the best in the city. tt Baptist Courier of South Carolina, j
proprietors! haW much faith in its I, FURNITURE ALL KINDS
and that a copy be !spread upon thf'
curative powers t that they offer One "
Tim College records of this | '-- -
uniform at Andrew Female society. -' "
Hundred Dollars for any case that it ,.... ... .- s'
saves half the expense of dre''- Signed: :Mrs. J. H. Livingston, Mrs.S. .
fails! to cure. Send for list of testimonials.
ing. A. Standley, Mis. J. C. Porter Com PHOSPHATE PLANTS
Address, mittee. I

F'.1. CHENEY & CO., Toledo O.
Buffets elegant finish! } new and Ocala, Fla., August 12, 19tl.:; I
Sold by druggists. ;.'('. INSTALLED COMPLETEr
pretty. See them. At .:\lcf'prfac.: I
Hall's Family Pills are! the }best

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: meals and comfortablelodging I Ocala sub-association of naval SOCIAL

at the iloush House, No..r;;.'{, N. Magnolia I stores operators met in Ocala today in I 1 -- ForWATCHES I one i tog
The regular;; monthly meeting of theml'
street. their regular monthly meeting. The There will be a social and musical Y By- \
Ocala of the Fraternal Union I And
attendance was good, and measuresof evening at the Thursday.
will be heM in the hall over Peyser's armory on
W. F. Blesch, P..C. Davis' valued\ as- store this evening. interest to the association were dis August :'7, under the auspices of the I i'i REPAIRSGO ed WorkmenOn

fcistant, is inspecting his orange grove cussed. It was decided to attend the Episcopal church, consisting: of niusu-, I TO- /

W Lady Lake.Mosquito meeting of the state association in and l other attractive! features, including l- -

*Sp- l i. .. m mm Maon 1 Davis, with the Ocala spoke Jacksonville, September 10, in a body; a !lecture[ by ItcH.. W. Little oa F G. p.; WEIHE hoicest Material
and rim people( in their logging campin :
Nets, and the noted Perfection where the matter of storage tanks will "The Flora and Fauna of the Mozambique.
the Wacahoota Hammock, who has
Canopy and Frame. At Me- be settled. On account of the Jacksonville :' A supper will be served, The Jeweler, I /aye a complete stock of Spring

Iver & MacKay's.Just been visiting fril'11IlIn Ocala the-pasc meeting there will he no meetingin commencing at ft o'clock after which Samples, also a big stock of Piece
week, returned home today. i
Ocala until the second Thursday in ;the musical: part of the program, and RESIDENCE FOR RENT Gojds for Suits and Trousers. allana

opened a nice line of lamps- October. Father F. in the I. see samples and have
Lang was ] the other features of the evening, will my our

something nice. Come and see them. Many persons in this communityare chair and [r. Rowe recorded the minutes ''be i'fl.FOLEY'S. Located on Fort King avenue. W. measure taken. Seventeen yean In

Ocala News Co. suffering from kidney complaintwho of the meeting. W. Condon. lItr.J.'ole"s the usiness should learn your Beds
could. avoid fatal results by using ,
\. Respectfully, /
:Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by Postof- KIDNEY CURE
The only place m town where you BOY CURED OF COLIC
can get pure cream is at C. H. Dame's. lice nru storp.I Kidney Cure is a medicine J er J.tneft

Next to Mrs. Hick's. tf ----- -- --_ Will cure Bright' Disease. free from poisons and will cure any i. ,
After Treatment Had
-- -- --- I Rev.V.. I D. Turnley Arcadia; formerly I Physician's Will cure Diabetes. case of kidney disease. that is not beyond Merchant Tailor.One .

Andrew Collide! gives the very advantages a citizen of Ocala is in the city I Failed Will cure Stone in Bladder. the reach of medicine. Sold by Door North of Masters'

patents are looking for" for ,I for a few days. I He! made us a pleasantcall. I "My: boy when four years old was taken Will cure Kidney and Bladder Dis Postoflice Drugstore.

their daughters. with colic and cramps in the stom eases. Sold by Postoflice Drugstore.

I ach. I sent for the doctor and he injected Cooling and refreshing at the Twentieth BLITCHTONThe

If you want good cream, go toDame's. Dr. Charles Tydings boy was riding I morphine, but the child kept PICNICAt Century Soda Fountain of the

lie can furnish it In any his bike this morTity.r past: the postof- I getting worse. I then gave him half a I Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, with auto- erection of the school house has
and short notice. matic motor fans to cool while
quantity on
teaspoonful of Chamberlain's Colic, you begun.
fice when} his foot e.j) .;ht in the wheel l I Oak Vale, September 3
wait. Soda and ice
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy you cream.
He.J. M. Morris of Citra, of
and hurled him m ;lie grtnnd.1r..1.. [,Lf..tnrer-H \T. .J. JacKson, pas-
Frank Ditto went to St. Petersburg in half an hour he was sleeping and I the Blitchton Baptist church, preachedvery
H. Martin who \t/PSi'I'tf .ho accident, tor KavanaughIenlorial church atGainesville.
yesterday. Harry Palmer is looking soon recovered.. L. Wilkins, Shell i TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY interesting anJ
j sermons Sunday
took him up and/catbird him into the Fla.Elocutionary .
after his! business for him. Lake, Wis. Mr. Wilkins is bookkeeper j Take Laxative Bromo Tab Sunday night. lIe was accompanied by
Postolfice Dnisftfre\ '. No !bones were I Prize Cont(>stants- Quinine
for the Shell Lake Lumber Co. For i lets. This his charming daughter, Miss Catharine -
broken but the foot was painfully I Hugh Williams, Willie Mayfield Rufus signature, gffllljLSOUTH
E. C. f Smith) Funeral Director and
sale by all druggists. | on every box, 25c. flHI who gained the friendship and ad
Eiubalmer. Day phone No. 10. Night bruised.i Ii Ellison Marshall Sigler. Michael Clan-
I i miration of all she chanced to meet.
and Sunday. No. t"4. Ocala Fla (')'.
C. L. Bittinger left today for Morris- i i I LAKE WEIRMr. Mrs. J. F. IJIitch lately of Romeo,
nl'clamation-Jps Williams.Music .
I Henry\ Curtis, assistant l'Il'l'alin.
Mrs.I .1. C. Porter and family left t today ton, Montbrook and Williston to spend is the guest of Mrs. S. II. Blotch
dustrial agent for the S. A. L. Hy., -Choir. .
for North Georgia to spend the several days in the interest of the W. W. Reed has blossomed out Miss Artie Marlow spent last weekin
II I with headquaiters 1 in .Jacksonville, I Soloists-Soprano. Mrs.t Myrtle I
next two months in the mountains. I Star. with a new McCormick mower, Mr. J. Ocala.
came to OcalA yesterday, on some special I I Minims: bass, Mr. Edmund+ Drake.
I T. Sigmon with a new horse-rako and Mesdames Sandifer and Hunter
business. :Mr. Curtis said that he Baseball match glIue.Athldi .
Pretty library and parlor tables, I P. R. Lester of the Ocklawaha Lumber Mr. Thos. Kelsey with a new buggy.Mr. with t their children, took a flying trip
: wax most t agrewUy surprised to oats j (' contests.
odd shapes and finishes, jardiniere| Co., is suffering! intensely. He bad t u'jttinger W. I. Bard has bought the R. R. tn Ilalelgh and I Williston last Friday
I C. L. master of ceremo
O<':IIa. :{ improvements in a businessway. II
and lamp statute. At Mclver & :\IacKay's a finger mashed off under a piece! offo :McMahon: property. There are several were joined at Williston by Messrs.
_II" Curtis was agent for the S. 1 nies. Let everybody ('om 1'
I timber at the mill. Committee. other transfers of real estate probable : Sandifer and Hunter, and returned to
A. I. heie vears ago, :and) was succeeded I !
I I in tho near futue. their homes Sunday.Mr. .

When you want anything in our lice I' bv :Mr. Doxier.SITUATION Mrs II. W. Long of Martel is in Mr. Frank Sigmon returned Thurs J. A. Freyermuth and family

call on "Tex" and "Hob" at the OcaU Jacksonville visiting her sister, 1"i.1 KALOLAJCRYSTALLIZED day from a visit to friends on the West visited Mr. and Mrs. Hadsock at York

News Co. No trouble to show goodsor WANTED Love. I Coast. Sunday.

answer questions.Furnished -- I II I II MINERAL WATER Mrs. Carter of Orange Lake is visiting -
Young ladv wishes situation
as companion I
NATURE'S NATURAL REMEDYA her brother, S. J. Carter. .
to lady or growing children. FINE CIGARS rr
looms for rent. One block I comb'nnl'on' : of crystals containing :Mr. and Mrs I Henry Carter and
References. "B"care Star. .11
fiom square. Apply to Chas. t:. Sage, I j I w. the medicinal properties of four daughter are visiting at this place.
The Norma Martinez, the C. H. S., '
41 South Second street; east or at Old noted mineral springs. Cures Constipation. Those who visited Ocala on Thursday CYO dI.
Dr. E. Van Hood was called to Eloctia the Rl Solo and the Fama Nacional, i Stomach Kidney
i Indigestion, ,
Western Union Telegraph) otlice.Mrs. fine horse
yesterday to (':lI't. ,1.! B. Martin's four of the best 5 cent cigars made in I I Liver and Bladder troubles. speak of having seen
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I I still to :administer to a negro who had Tampa and many others to be foundin "Take KALOLA six days and eat racing and good ball playing at the
C. M.' Hrmvn. Jr., who has been
The colored
been shot in the .light i brea.-t. T. W. Troxler's cigar case. anything you want. driving park.

visiting Mrs. N. Crown and daughters! A teaspoonful dissolved in a glass largely predominated on that day.

Misses Theresa and Sadie, of Tampa, TUESDAYS FOR LADIES Miss Chita KendrIck of Jacksonville of water makes a delightful and inexpensive -I Mr. W. W. Heed has been doing a I. IIi 1 /!

has returned home.We and Mrs. Hester of Micanopy arrived morning! laxative. great deal of work at his lumber mill l/ (I

Muutice Strauss has: set aside? Tuesday -I yesterday to visit Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce. Price {oOc. and! $1. lately, but has been largely hinderedby I t
are making a reduction on all For sale: :at drugstores or sent by lack of help.
I afternoonfor ladies at the bowling i 791 !, tAll
our furniture until Sept. 1st, to make CREAMERY BUTTER I mail postage prepaid, upon receipt ofprice. Those who attended the great barbecue -

room for our fall stock. Call around I __ _-____ I I 0 C dam. KALOLA Savannah COMPANY: Oa. at Oxford Saturday report having

and get a bargain. J. A, Pittman & I The Carmlcnael & Son Co. keep had a fine time, with unlimited sociability -

Son. II 5 constantly on hand, receiving a fresh and hospitality. They also spea Flavorsthat -
II 1, G SLIJply'ery two days, delicious, pure of the large number of fine buggies, i.

Mis.I J. n( Uamsauer and children I Georgia creamery butter 23; cents per wagons and harness, a gieat change have earned popularity,

and Mrs. Blanchellanah and little I 1 pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. lady's: bicycle, in first class. order; from the vehicles of en years ago. I and some novelties that will delight

daughter !have returned from Wylheville. I also a Domestic} sewing machine, in '
I The Christian Endeavor Society held y ou-
\'<1.., where they spent a month Z JdAfcSpecial = C. Y. :Miller of Leroy has purchasedan : .iiood order. For Saleheap' for cash.
interesting Ice Cream in the
a well attended anti highly any qnantity,
very pleasantly! in the mountains. j island on Crystal river about} four j j Apply at this ofl'.ce.BEGINNING; .
Mrs. It. B. Kicker's Tuesday -
I meeting at smoothest and most wholesome.
------ --- miles from its mouth, and will build]
I |
evening. The next meeting is to
There was an exciting cow episode G a R a house on the same, so that he aud AT ONCE See me for entertainmentsC.
be with Mrs. C. S. Gates two weeks
in the second ward Tuesday evening.Mrs. I his family can go down now and then in window H. Dame
The artlolos displaced) our from 'fore!'day.
Layne had turned her cow out on and have a pleasant time, allil1
I will be marked one dollar I less

the vacant lot to the south and east ether SalesIN I which they can invite their friends. leach{ day until sold. })uu't miss: this A WORM KILLER CUBASc'entfi'e

residence and her Ethel i
I i ol'portullity.ratdl our window. Tho} I dollars for a 10-acre lot

was wall'hinh'r! when the (pound : I ATTENTION, YOUNG MEN \i IOcala
Music Co. For terms and book-
on easy payments.
I Puxico Wayne
j I i .T. A. J. Montgomery, ,
man came dashing toward her on his jI
Ii --
I I : let address The Cuba Real Kstato As-
i writes 'I have little twin ,
Co., : :
pony. She immediately attenmpted to ; Men's and Ladies'Underwear. I If you are contemplating venturing j "I had diabetes in its worst form," girls who have been bothered withI sociation, 27 Obispo street Havana

drive the cow into the yard but the i j into the matrimonial realm, don't fail I writes Marion Lee of Dunreath, Irid. Cuba. 6 23 dw 3m
I all their lives. I tried everything
pound man headed her and was drh- I I! to get J. A. Pittman & Son's prices on I 1"1 tried eight physicians, without reLief I worms to relieve them which failed until .

ing her oft'. when the cow turned!, j I furniture. They can fit you up from I Only three bottles of Foley's Kidney I I used White's Cream Vermifuge; Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all diseases

dashed )past the driver and made for I I ( cellar to attic. well :' Sold I arising from disordered l kidneysor
Cure made
II me a man brought four worms
the first; two doses
the gate. Hy this tine Mrs. La\n\ I i( I I bladder. Sold) by Postofflce Drug
iI Postorfice fru) "stor '.
II I jby ( from one of them, the next two doses; ,
hearing the racket, came out and tooka I Mrs. Chatham Dr.) Veal's aunt. :is store.

hand in it. As the (pound man turned I :\Ien's I French Ijalbrigan Shirts I t!| quite i ill at the latter's home" in Cotton I New mattings. Fine line of pretty I twelve one of them measuring twelve
inches the other child was only relieved -
and came dashing after the cow :that sold at 500. now 350. Plant. I goods. Mclver & MacKay.ITHEGARMICHAEL&. t ; I Call around' and get one of the heavy
i of four worms. It is a most excellent
Mrs. Layne caught the pony's bridle, I I .::___ -=-== -::.-= -===== porch rockers at J.A. Pittman &
:Men's French Ihlbri an Drawers '.1 I medicine." White's Cream Ver-
held him and dared the driver to tak BETTER THAN GOLDi Son's. They are selling them at ?4.VO'J ,
I that sold at sec now 35c. t I SON COI ) rnifug is good for children. It not
her row as she was being watched, I i j
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i i only destroys worms, it helps the child
and did not deem she was violatingthe : 1 j :Men's Ihlbrujan Shirts that sold 1 !I "I was troubled for !several yeas- I j Have just received 'J ro perfect growth, wards off sickness. C .b.. eJ.4 'J R 1.A. .

city ordinance. She made her I ihi Ktsil: Have Afff2tt] BOSgJJ
;jat 5c, no\v2oc. | with chronic indigestion and nervous; of i Bean theSignature d
I a car I23c. at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
point. The cow was driven into the I I :Men's Balbrigan Drawers that t.1 debility" writes F. J. Green of Lancaster II I! !! .a/TI-# .

yard and the driver disappeared. sold at now 200. i N. H. "\o remedy helped inj I A. B. C. St. Louis Beer, ;j A. C. L. MAIN LINE of
5C --- ---
Messrs. Hilhurn, Hendry and Durrance j until I began using Electric Bitters.I i

were witnesses to the scene and it Ladies' Ribbed Vests that sold;1 t :! which did me more good than all fit ;I The Best Beer on I I! North Bound Fine Art Toilet Soap, highly perfumed
I three for 25 cents, at the AntiMonopoly -
aroused their indignation at the manner i iat 15 to 25<% :are now g<>!ulg at loc;.. I j medicines I ever used. They hai \ i! the market. It is ;; Arrive Ocala, 1:10 p. m. Drugstore.

the driver, when tod! the circumstances i also kept my wife in excellent health: i! on draught and in 'i Leave Ocala, 1:30 p. m. -- -

disregarded the same. Soi.: : ; for She says Electric Bitter, Bound
years. : j South
I, i Bottles at the Mc- ',ytturr- -- w IIIUUUi
cry grew Rev. Durrance at the uncalled l- BOSTON STORE. are just splendid for female trouble.- READY
I Grath Saloon. The i I Arrive Ocala, 2:40: p. m.Leave 'REPORT ON IOOO CONFINEMENT CASt S'
for actions and words of the drier : thai they are a grand tonic and in\"i,- | Ocala, 3 p. m.

he would have pulled him from his (" orator for weak and run down worn*'n.No .. !! bottled Beer is superior i ii I S.S.O.&G i E I UNIVERSITY. COLLEGEOF

pony had Mr. Hilhurn not interferes MS CALL other medicine can take its place to any bottled i i Leave Ocala, 7:0: :; a, m. : : MEDICINE RICHMONI VIRGINIA

The question arises, what are tho BAZAR in our family." Try them. Only r+",' i beet on the market, Leave Ocala, 3 p. m. MEDICINEDENT1STRYPHARMACVOCALA

council's Instructions! to the city co\, PATTERNS I Satisfaction guaranteed by the Anr- Arrive Ocala 12'35 noon. 'CUNICSIOOQ 3'-'TEACNINO HET"OD6-

driver under the circumstances tar 1-11. Monopoly Drugstoie. I xcD/tl11 34 XXB Arrive Ocala. 6:30 p. m. txllpulldlaw.'CATA6000I' IIIIr


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-- = ; : of the Confederacywill
BITTINGER and COMPANY i iI remember the invitation of HIGHEST
please from is
I escapes jail by no means !
and Publishers. Mrs. H. n l. Blake! to meet with her Friday free. He is under the ban of the law ,.. Southern Railway has perffU.1 GRADE. .
. I 3:20 o'clock. and punishment is written over against arrangements for an excursion t:)
__ afternoon at :
1 i President. his name. Soon or :j I -..iv<' .lafki-onville Wtlnosday., A'lusl gd: i'Qrs, It*' ON THE MARKET
: C. L. BITTINGER, late he will be I' '- 10.' to all points in North ana f ? ,

Editor and Business Manager.R. i iI iI caught again and, South Carolina, Tennessee I Are
.Virginia made and
I II. C. (:roveour progressive postmaster bear added punish- I' now being

:: returned lat: .t night from \Vinora. ment for his short 'tad Georgia: at remarkably low figures : 4 yr. t will fee ready for delivery -
R. CARROLL, CITY EDITOR. I from hit cell.
escape \ i'lio tickets are gotfd! until September
Ind.. where he attended the !
-- -. Those who by the about Sept. t st.
-- ::- --7 : =: :: I _'
meeting of the executive committeeof use of palliative :' giving a two weeks' stay In the ,I

And yet, it might have been Jupiter ; the International Sunday School' powders and tablets ;mountain sections. The country I, ,- -.
all. Ammon was an ; for a time ..round Asheville has
Aiumoii afit-r i Workers, and mapped out the work for escape properly been I
and Jupiter was grafted from the sufferings :ailed! The Land of the Th
Egyptian deity Mr. Sky.
this grand cause.
'the future in of dyspepsia are in n TR rICO CIGAR\ FEW
on him by the (:Jn-eks, but bo newer I i(;roves was gone ten days and enjoyedhis the same condition li'.t: nificent: scenery gorgeous sun u ,

seemed to have much of the graft after -I : stay greatly. Winona is one of the as the escaped pris- (is, bracing air and splendid wat.'i' I
been prominentIn oner. Soon or late tt all vu'llorth the 3 ,
that. Ih!! has only I I most noted chautauqua assemblies: In will back to :tie trip and the
history twicf since the! Persian eonqucsl I they go :X-.hlands:: ; of It-orsia: and Tennesseeav
sessions tens
{. the land and during its I' the old conditionand : : r Ocala, F1 orida.
of Jim occasion: wai : I : equally attractive and ,
\ Kgypt. of thousands of people visit Its pay an added r health-giv

when Alexander the (:rat adopted grounds}: to hear the intellectual giants penalty for temporary ''m*. The :Southern provides: the most I Pi ices to the trade on applica

him for a father, and the other was jof the day discuss public questions cf'every Dr.release.Pierce's Gold. -t -uli-ndid service and makes excellent '' tion.

when the editor of the "Ocala" Balln('j' I' character. During Mr. Groves en Medical Discoyj j "me. leaf-bins; any of the prescribed ------ -- .
adopted him for a nom do plump liecouldn't stay he heard the tory of the Indl- ery cures dyspepsiaand ;points within twenty-four hours.
help himself either time. He other disease : The following are the exceedingly 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-
I aria hog that sold fo$35,000, and saw and
stomach 0
of the
was! sometimes depicted} as wearing. I!| four pigs sell for $1.:>,000 a piece. IL I organs of digestion N-mpting\ rates: Asheville! N. C., $12 I ; f

the head of a ram-a mutton-headed I liana, the Hoosier state, is a great hog and nutrition. Its i \LherillC' S. C., $11 ; Anderson, S. C.. Commercial Bank

Rod, so to speak. This possibly should \land hominy country, and raises the II cures are lasting, \\SJ! 1.4ft; Brevard, N. C., $13.30; Cross Io?I

have been the cause; of the Manner'saffinity '! finest swine, as the prices indicate, on For suffered about from two a very yearsI obstinate case of dyspep- Hill. S. C., $12; Flat Rock, N. C.,, C

for him. If the Banner editor the face of the earth. Mrs. Groves remained I tit," writes R. E. Secord. Ksq.. of 13 Astern. $12.20: : Greenville, S. C., $12.10; Hen- f I BRANCH OF

had studied the cults of .Jupiter care I, as did her son, Henry, and Ave.of. Toronto remedies, Ontario.without succus.*I tried great finally number lost '!'dersonville, N. C., $12.30; Hot Springs,, o COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLECAPITAL 0

fully he would have signed himself I will spend several months in Indiana faith not bear in them any solid all. food I was on!so my far stomach gone that for I a could longtime N. C., $14.:: ; ; Indian Springs, Ga., $9; I I If

"Jupiter Consus." that is i the god ot Illinois. ; felt melancholy and d.pre&s d. Could not Laurens. S. C., $11; Lake Toxaway, N.
I and follow occupation (tinsmith). Some S5O.OOO.OO
sleep or I
good counsel I. which he thinks he can I In"'l four mouth au a friend recommended your C., $14.30: Lenoir N. C., $13.25:;; Lin-! ?

all others in giving. But then I i' 'Golden Medical Discovery.' After a week's olnton X. C., $13; Lookout Mountain. o
< lion. W. II. Ellis of Quincy Is at the treatment I bad derived so much benefit that I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS O

all great men have their illusions.Dr. I I' tont zuma. Mr. Ellis is state auditor bottle continued and the am medidne.convinced it I has have in taken ray case three ac- Tenn.. $13.80; Marion N. C., $13:: ;

(land I has been engaged for the past complUhed a permanent cure. I can conscientiously Monteagle, Tenn., $lo.OG;:;; Ocean iVew, o DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0

Frink of Lady Lake PltSSetl !1 week with several clerks, checking' throughout rtcoameid the it to land.the thousands of dyspeptics Va., $15.f;; ; Old Point Comfort. Va., I RECEVED.: LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT I io

through Ocala yesterday, returning lout the retiring tax collector, E. P. Accept no lubttitute for tt Golden Med- $15.50; Rutherfordton, N. C., $13; Sa- AND SOLD 0

from Orange Springs hIs old home, !{ Thasaivi, and checking in the new one ical Discovery" There is nothing just luda. N. C., $12.10; Shelby, N. C., $13 I i

where he and his family were visiting. JE. L. Carn y., also the treasurer collector as blood good"and lungs.for diseases of the stomach, Sewanee, Tenn., $14.95; Spartanburg, 0- C- O- O-- 0- 0- 0- O- 0- 0- O- 0- 0- d- O- OWP -

He said when he went, to the springshe | and sheriff. Mr. Ellis found the Dr Pierct's Pleasant Pellets stimulatethe S. C., $12.10; Virgirfia Beach, Va., --- --. --- -- --- -- -- --- .----- ,

had been having chills daily for a i; accounts of our officers In first class liver .. .- .- $13.50; ; Tryon, N. C., $12.10; Wa'hal\ ,
month, but after taking the first bath j shape. He left, today for HamlltQi} --- -- la, S. C., $12.25; Warm Springs, Ga., EDWARDS

in its wonderful waters and drinkingall 'county. HE.LLEVJEW! $9; Waterloo S. C.. (Ijarria( Llthia aAt

of it he could, he had not a chill """"" 4 Springs!, $1 12.. Wayuesville.! N. C.- -...

during the ten days he remained. He i Ii i iA BRAND NEW WHEELI Last Saturday the presiding elder of $lt+;jj Whitestone, S. C., (\VhitestorieLithia the City Market
baths daily and drank I Springs), $12,10,
saM lie took two
I AT A SECOND HAND PRICEI the M. E. church armed and was entertained
all the water he could hold. Speaking; I at Rev Mr Whittier's, Ho For information communicate at

of Orange Springs, he said that Prof. I la- congregation Sim- once by telpgram or letter with H. F. Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetablesin
j Pittman & Son have a fine, new preached to a large
Brinson's summer normal was doing Cary lOS West Bay St., Jacksonville.
I idy's wheel that they will sell cheap. Season
fine work ana was well attended. Thy day.Dr.
I Call and see it. Alf Abshler has gone to Jacksonville -
school ",'1Jl close {aturday August 23. ,! and the East Coast for a short va MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCEOne

Speaking of L. L. Mvggs, he said ii Si, HELP THE HOSPITAL cation. City and Country Trade SolicitedFree
of worl;;
was surprising the We wish to call the attention of Mrs Sumter Vining and baby returned was pale and sallow ?,iiil Ule

that man did and the amount Ql business i housekeepers to our line of fine Fla- with her father from Plant City other fresh and rosy ",\'bcncc the I Delivery Phone 12 J

he t Iransacted. HesioVs }ii nij: I Jvpring Extracts, which are first class Sunday.Mr. 'difference? She who is blushing with I -- L

store, which does a big trade, he was;'''I j ie'd.'TY respect, and absolutely full Stroble is much improved in health uses Dr. King's New Life Pills I

mill, blacksmith amirigon .
running a saw i strength. health. to maintain it. By gently arousing theluy 00- 00- 00- 0- 000- 0- 00- 00- :- 0tf -
and several tur,. \ We give 10 cent of t {r drelase
shop, per
,* repair j ty Icp cream, said {auk place at the organs they compel good( digestion I 0
farms. lie was on the go al!!I : price to any charitable orgJS.J1IaU",.. i iI
fHtfine I town hall Tuesday evening for the benefit and head off constipation. Try
; will find a coupon attached to 0
rapidly you
:the tijne and making money : jam I each bottle. of the cemetery. A very interesting hem. Only 25 cents at the: Anti-Mo- I MatterHow Small o
in Ma i
He is .nnwing tho busiest men Our Idea In taking this method to program was rendered by the I:(I;'olr Drugstore{ o

irion county. lr. Frink thinks th 3, introduce these goods Is to help the young people and some fine flute sole I r
the waters o / No M tt o r
medicinal iiualit!s
However, I
1 j Marion County Hospital. by Uev. DeV ueau, o
vOrange Springs are gJ'"at.t '|these coupons are made payable to Mr. Charles Tremere has returned I I I / o I

| "any charitable organization" and It from a short visit to Jacksonville.Mr. I 01 *

t ESCAPED AN AWFUL .FATE ![ rests entirely with the purchaser as and Mrs. Short, who formerly! The steamer William Howard, after

j to where the coupon goes. having her shaft repaired is making /l oo i
lived in Belleview, but now of Pabor. now o

Mr. H, Haggins of Melbourne, Fir;., I i The price bottle of of the One extracts FULL Ounce is 15C'lItS Fla., arrived Wednesday for a short her two regular trips a week, to 'MONROE & CHAMBLI fI
I had Con- fur ,
writes: MY doctor told me the delight of the merchants and tUI"pl'ntine o
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ridge. /
will as far as Y'OtJ1.
jand thib (jtid; tjly; go o
tfvfljption and nothing could be done men along tho river.\ The I KVNKKK*. /
of .
25 so-
j some of the u }t Bottles I
for ,JJ(>. I was given up to die. The i. called "full strength" extract, PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGISTSFord "William" is much the largest and o I
offer of a free tl'iallH'ttlt' of Dr. Kings most powerful steamer that has'r I o
I Four flavors Lemon, Vanilla J
& Sturgeon, a prominent! drug I l. I lI
JS'ew Discovery fur Consumption in- Strawberry and Pineapple. write run on the Ocklawaha river, and Cap- o
[firm of Rocky Hill Station, Ky., :
diuuxl tno to 4i" It. Results: were: start I THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE tain Howard is giving satisfaction to I .
"We were requested: by Dr. G. B. Snig-
ling. I am loW MX) ii":, road to recovery j .- ney to send for Herblne for the benefitof hs many customers.The o NK.Ir G Will Give It SatisfactorV. At f fo

and ofce all to Ir. Kiux'.s' New Dis! GAITERVILLEI customers. We ordered three writer had occasion: to visit r

covery. It biin-ly saved i-iy Jl!...." ThisKivat I our Capt. Harrison's log puller on the river 11 / 0
and gladto
dozen In December, we are 1
cure i is guuraijtiTil for all iLix-at 1: protracted meeting which was I II say, Herbine has given such great one day this week. This is quite an 'Ji 0 I Io

and lung diseases by the AntiMonopoly { in prggrvSM at Cedar drove l : last week, I satisfaction that we have duplicated intero.UitiEr; sight to one not acquaintedwith i :

Drugstore. Price 'l cents: and $1. has; closL-ij jifil; !H"B.{ T. Rape has this order three times, and today we the buviness.! cvpacs.. 'k o,

Trial bottles free.Mr. : turned home gave your salesman another order. We logs) four feet in diameter, am pulled Q I .:\ \1ltlli J I

:Mr. X. C. Deas wade u ImMness! tripto beg to say Dr. G, R Snigley takes through the swamp a distance of several O t.. ";t o

.AA. Smith of Tampa made the Holth-r! last:! Sunday mwnlns, returning pleasure in recommencing\ Hf rhine." hundred yards: l over l loss, stumps I ,.. V.1I
Star: a t.+leasant call Tuesday. 11 1r. and } islands with cable wound \.i.. /H\\ J
dry a .
; In the afternoon. 60 cent a bottle at the .\Itt i-1 Jonopclly O ...
Kaiithat |Il' the horse business twenty I I Mr. and Mrs.( Peterson of Oxford Drugstore around a shaft, run with a cog gear- .. ...._ a, -:- -.- .:. Florida I

: years mo ;,nil l for a time j iiit.le! made a short call in Gaiters me one ing and driven by an engine of only o 0

.(}cant his hfad iurters and became I day last week. INSURANCELife FIX: hors power. These logs are I I

well acquainted! with the people of this Mr. K. V. Raybnrn and his best girl dumped into creeks;: and then floated 00- 00- 00- 0- 0- 00- 00- O- 00- 0.4Highest

city at this tiuu1. lie niH(i,. special inquiry -. II'{ were viewing! niter Sunday evening. and Fire to the main liver, where} they are: rafted -I --
- -
of Dr. CaJ'WIO, : lu d :.a. number, Leonard lledding and Sam- and Hoatod l to the log mills of Pa-
| :Messrs[ We are prepared to write Insuranceon
rf ago; Oliver I Logan, UOW It ] latka and ..Jacksonville.Deputy i Falri
..'l made a flying trip to Dun- World'sVerfcum
ii,. Ravburn life or property in t the best companies Award at

: ? Jays; the Wilson family, wd.) was at I Kureka lat Monday[ and;
looked like he w-xS
cuMttji;: ; fellow Hall & Rawls.
< 'comhici a boarding: house at Silver [ ( l'r wherehe !I :arrested I..-\'i I'revat and his son. Joe.I i ( Sat Sapienti)
lost Sunday: evenufe.J { I Rooms: 7 and 8, Merchants' block.
tfpriugs. ;u,'i others. Mr. Smith i is mnv for selling wine without a license.. J
was: going I
an orange j grower. on the Manatee Aver Mr. James: !Ross made: It visit fo {hollat I When you want a physic that is mild! Orangeprir 'I JI
ill Tampa. 1 He
and a property owner ) I
woods Sunday. Listen out for the and) gentle, easy to take and certain to s
said that Ocala had changed greatly in before JuMice dranttuun last week for
!secret of attraction. act always use Chamberlain's Stomach -
Jhose intervening jearsV -. I Abe Ross has hl'rn1' sick but carrying ('oncvaledeapons.. hut the
Mr. : ) and Liver Tablets, For sale by all
I. C''hlcl1'n not sulflciYnt to convict
i_:I_ is improving.Mr. Ilrugglsts
-, CURED PARALYSISW. R. D. (Ross is able to be out with him
!his friends again after an illness of '. I. K. Lang of Dexter, who was bruised I, ail'it i. 1 dJ'lir ;

S. UaUy. J'. 0.. True Texas se\emt days. Professional Cards and hurt in a runaway in Ocala last! P'i

writes: "My wife ;Jail been siifforinsj rr week, is able to be out with a force of; r r
I - ./ t r
live years with paijj\'is;i in ht'r arm. I A PHYSICIAN HEALEDI R. D. FULLER tI" 4 men completing his tram load: to lola .
lullard's the river. f KNl" I1 l
when} I was persuaded 10 :;se I on nh.

which cured her all\ ..I.V.. Luffman, one of the leading
Snow Liniment, ((o. Ewing, a practicing physician /DENTIST ;
riiSUi.: I have also used it for old! &ures, I of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over spirits! of Sparr, was here a few days

frost bites: and skin eruptions it dt.!ctu I lllirty years, writes his personal exper .I ago buying\ hogs to fatten this fall for

} work" 'Joe1., ;ot'c.' ami $1 bottle at 'iencfvith Foley's Kidney Cure: "For Office Over Munroe and Chambliss, cold storage. I

the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I years I had lipen greatly bothered with I. Bank This place was represented at the ,[:

kidney and bladarf j trouble and enlarged OC/lA FLORIDA Oxford barbecue by J. \\'. Stevens and : .

The colored Sunday schools of )1'11'.1 prostrate gland. I u everything .. daughter. Miss Ruth who report hav

tel. York and Leroy held a unlou. gathering [ known to the profession without retfef ;" J. E. CHACE ing a fine time with old neighbors and
the latter place j
last Saturday at :. until I commenced to use Foley's Kidney friends.

The schools eXt'nd\llIon. H. \V. ),[: Cure. After taking three bottlesI DEhTAL SURGEON. Miss Elsie Griggs of Oxford is here

invitation to address them, whica I was tuurtly: relieved and cured. I I spending a month or so with her

Jie did to their great pleasure. Speaking I prescribe it now !daily in my practiceand Office Upstairs Commercial Bank friend. Miss Ruth Stevens. )'
of race conditions, he remimle-1 I heartily recommend its use: 19 all \t Buildirig Rev. D. A. Martin of Oxford preached I .1

them that in the earlier years of hi.51'physicians: for such troubles I }Ave \)GALA FLORIDA' at Marshvillw school house: last Sun "

life the white people of St. Johnschurch prescribed it in hundreds of cases with \ / day. Absolutely/he Finest Writing Machine in the World.

bJ; partitioned off their church Sold by Postofflce \. TERMS CASK
perfect success. r
I -- --- I J. C.
could havea -- ---
*>o that the colored people Drugstore. ,
place worship; when: they had no I W. H. MAREAN, M. D. Mrs. Mollie Allen of South Fork, State Agent, Dade City, ..Fla.ORMSli .
I attacks
she has prevented
mean with which to build a church of I says I- /
TYLER'S MILK HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND of cholera morbus by taking Chamber- II \
their own.QUICK I ..,. .
SURGEON j Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets when -
No dairy in the state has the perfected WHITE'S CREAMVERftHFUCEg\
Special attention given to the treatment she felt an attack coming on. Such f
RELIEF FOR arrangements and equipments I
t of Chronic Diseases and Diseases attacks are usually caused by indiges-
ASTHMA SUFFERERS I to fcive you clean, pure milk as has (
( When drink it you know of Women and Children. |tion. and these Tablets are just what !ItY..Un Qiuatitjr. Btiti Qaali .
---- Tyler. you ' > >< / 's'N'>" !: '>
von are imbiuu,g the cleanest and Ocala, Fla.orrI'e | L; needed to cleanse: the stomach and Has Led ail Worm Remedies
Foley's Honey and Tar affords imtflrdiate For 20 Years
best to be had. over Tydings' Drugstore. Office ward off the approaching attack. Attacks 33H.TJOC5TS'Prepared .
relief to asthma sufferers' in
--- hours from 8 a. m., to 12 m.; of bilious (coli may be prevented bye JAMES F. BALLARD St. Louis.
ia time .
if taken
the worst stages, from 2 P. m. to 5p.n. ;m the _ame ,ay. For !sale l>y all
will effect a cure. Sold by Postoffice !I ARFOLEYSIIONEYTARt I RE'sldence--Xo. 60 X. Main St., known I druggists, For sate: bybe' Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore and all other leading drugstoresFVENlIJG

prugstore. 0.___ .... ", '.'*". ?,% ,t autos: tdcl4i; pt.vtntl Pneuwon1 fi aa the Na'h cottage.

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