The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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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.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Inevitable as the changing seasons of Ocala base ball team met MAOKA Y
and COMPANY the year is the cyan e which comes to .
I defeat yesterday afternoon on their .
every woman And! ]just M one antici
Proprietors and Publishers pates the clungr of other srAwns it is own diamond at the hands of .* .
I It.
,., tu anticipate' Gainesville's Oak Halls, one of the
L. BITTINGER, I n I' tats change of sea- Leading Furniture Dealers of Central and
Editor and Business Manager :; ton tied 1 prepare fort best teams in the state. The largest I
i it. la this way the crowd of spectators that we i
iliacomforts a n dttIM.stera remember to have seen on the ;
R. R. CARROLL, City Editor < Southern Flofida. {
suffered -
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grounds in several years witnessedthe .
bv many women at .
c .- .
fentened at the Ocala PostofHce aM the period bf game and. the cheering was
Second Class Matter. change can be deafening at times. Despite the .
avoided or overcoale. We have a complete stock of everything i.
-- score, 8 to nothing, the game wasa :. !-1 ;

DR. E. C. HOOD, DEAD !I l)r. Prescription Pierce's Favorite for hard Ocala fought- pitched Wheeler of the best, to be imagined in the Furniture Line. .- \ \. ?i

. Dr. E. C. Hood, aged about
and years,until a former rcccnthan citizen of exteiuiveproperty Ooalij: entirely meet life, will the boys and try as they might a run and, in quality, the Very Best. We ..
:,: needs of women at
was never scored. The boys
> ;I owner here, died 'at 10\ this period of not one whit discouraged and; are are also have a large stock of Turpentine
o'clock this morning at Greenville.Ga. change. It cures
the physical ills determined to make a vastly differ
in Wagons Farm Wagons Car-
The information came a Buggies
and relieves the ent score when they cross bats .
telegram to his nephews Drs. E. mental anxiety and with Gainesville next .
Saddles Double
Van and J. W. Hood. Mrs. E. C.I depression usually riages, and Single .
I associated with this critical period. It There is the very best of material l .
Hood, Jr.T of Oxford, who was tranquilizes the nerves, encourages the in our team. They need a little \4 Harness, Baby Carriages .Go-Carts
her father Wright ,
visiting Major. appetite and induces refreshing sleep.
to each other
coaching to
play -
left today for Greenville, anj. .E.I J. S. Carlisle, E..q., of Manchester, Coffee Co., 1l.10iC better.: 7 etc. In fact we have almost
Tenn.. writes: "I have been using your medicines any- ,
C. Hood., Jr., her husband, and l for the last sixteen or eighteen years in .
of the deceased will I my Poor-house. I am superintendent of the thing can ask for. Come
son come over, Coffee County Poorhouse and Asylum combined. A CORRECTION you see us.
from Havana as quickly as possi- '! Your' Favorite and 'Pleasant Prescription Pellets',' Golden are the MedicalDiscovery1 best : '
ble. The Doctor was a fine old I medicines for the diseases for which they are In referring to the numerous
recommended that I ever used. They saved
gentleman and was greatly., liked my wife's life at the time of 'change of life.' I bets made on yesterday's ball
have been recommending medicine to THE
and'respected here. many afflicted women and have your also guaranteedthat game, the name of S. A. Standleywas QUALITY BEST '
if it did not cure I would pay back the : .
mentioned. In Mr.
money spent for it I have told our druggistthat justice to
AN OLD VETERAN GONEMr. if the people came back and said Doctor Standley we wish to state that he I
Pierce's medicines did not give satisfaction, to PRICES THE LOWEST
give them bad their money and charge it 10 me. merely turned over to a second
of I have not once been called to refund. I
James M. Blair, Candler, upon
have never found anything to equal the'Favorite party, to place for them, some
an account of whose sickness ap- Prescription for diseases of women." sent him Gainesvillemen
peared in the Star last week, has Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical money by .
Adviser is sent of to het on the game. He bet KCIVER: & jyIAc1tA
the silent He free on receipt stampsto r.
joined majority. pay expense of mailing only. Send no money of his own at all. The .'
died Sunday, aged 76 years. 21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered Ocala boys knew how the money c
He was a gallant Confederate book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound. .'
with odds
was placed, against ... .
Address Dr Rf V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V.Mr. I
soldier, serving faithfully during them, and had nothing but the
the war in Co. C of the 39th Alabama best of feeling for Mr. Standley,

regiment. lIe came into I J. J. Anderson, of Levon, one of the team's firmest 'friemU .
West Florida in 1868, where for aI the track builder of the West Mill and a man who stands in the front Gadson's

time he resided ; then moved into Co., was in the city yesterday and rank of our enterprising businessmen. -

Sumter county in 1872 and in 1876 made the Star an appreciated call. .

became one of the first settlers on He has disposed of his cattle and "I
Smith Lake, near Lake Weir. leaves overland with his family MARTEL "' -

Subsequently with his family he next week for Arcadia, in DeSotq ; IS

resided for a number of years at I county where he proposes to gc I A small cyclone swept over -
Summerfield. In 1886 he sold his into the orange growing industry..1 western Cotton Plant the pas
property to Mr.I A. D. Mitchell and We dislike losing so excellent a week, which blew down bundled

made him a home on Hammock Marion county Citizen, but wish 1 of panels of fencing, a great many

Pond, where he remained until a him success in his new home. The trees, crippled one horse and fl&K1& TX'A

few years ago, when .he_ removed. L::1'i Star will keep him posted. killed. a few cattle. Crops were
to Landler. His wife survives; LIIEDIJ. not seriously hurt.
him and 1 a number of his children, THE BOSS \ A number of elect 'c storm

notably Jack Blair, of Oklawaha CINE l passed over, accompanied

Mrs. Robert Marshall, of the same II. P. Kunipe, Druggist Leighton, with some rain, and indications

place, and Mrs. James Mitchell, at Ala., writes : "One of my customers noint*4 to a super-abundance at an

Hammock Pond, with numerous had a child, which was earlv' dav.* ,
grandchildren. He was a very intelligent sick, and threw up all food, could Some of our farmers are ,

man, gaining his information retain nothing on its stomach. He through saving their fodder and Multiplicity of BargainsAtTheBaarStore
not from any schooling he had bought one bottle of White's others will begin this week.

ever received, but by extensive Cream Vermifuge, and it brought Corn has been cut short by dry,

reading. lie possessed a wondei- up 119 worms from the child. It's hot weather, but enough will be .
ful memory and was a most entertaining the boss worm medicine in the made to' supply the home demand

and instructive conversa- world." \Vhite's Cream Vermi another year. Most of our people .

tionalist. Above all, he was an fuge is also the children's tonic. have been delayed in finishing putting f ,.

honest man thoughtful and help- I It improves their digestion and, ass, out potato vines. Cotton has -
ful of others. The editor of the similation of food, strengthenstheir been cut short 20 per cent. -

Star was his personal friend, and nervous system and restores Two hundred people assembled

knowing true worth and manly them to the health, vigor and elas- at Turner's Pond last Friday. A Regular every Summer for the past 18

character, will cherish his child- bountiful for all
ever ticity of spirits natural to .Vepast was onha"l.
memory. Such men do not live :in hood. 25c. at Anti-Monopoly The young people had a years,. I have given a greatReductiQn'

vain, but leave the world better for Drugstore. royal good time in skipping the ; f'

having lived} in it. We deeply sympathize light fantastic toe, stopping long:

with those who sorrow for POSTPONED enough for Charles Miller, of Sale. .

him. ----- -- I _Standard_______n_ _, to-- make nn___ excuses_n______ for--- absent ---' '-,
I The'Board of Trade meeting i is candidates and introduce I ,

Died yesterday at the hospitalMrs. postponed until Tuesday evening. Hon. Geo. G. Mathews, who madean As Usual we are now Cutting Prices on all Goods

D. C. Sellers, relict of the July 22. excellent speech, which was .
late Jesse Sellers, who died three: w well received. prior to my regular trip to the New

years ago. / She was sixty-seven CURES SCIATICARev. York Market for Fall Goods. p
years of age and for several years
W. L. LL.D. Cuba,
had for the been aid sorely I and l assistance afflicted and of kind but New York, writes: "After fifteendays' To have given up would have Old Must flake; Room For New

neighbors, notably Mrs. II. G;. of excruciating pain from meant death for Mrs Lois Cragg, ,

.McDavid. Mrs. Nancy Wallace sciatic rheumatism, under various of Dorchester, Mass. For years < Hence our Price. Cutting. .
treatments, I was! induced to tryIbllanl's she had endured untold misery
Mrs.l C. W. Smith. Mrs. B. II.! .
Snow Liniment, the first from a severe lung trouble and ob-
Seymour and Mrs.[ J. 1(I. Benton
her anti ; conditionfor application giving my first relief stinate cough. "Often," shewrites :
lonely helpless '
the past six months woullllla'c and the second, entire relief. 1can "I could scarcely, breathe .; A few pieces China.and Susah Silks,

been indeed. She give it unqualified and sometimes could not speaks I
pitiable cent goods for cents.
estimable lation." 250., 500. and recommcn-I All doctors and remedies failed till 50 35
was a most woman.
i i-Monopoly Drugstore.PROFESSIONAL I used Dr. King's New Discover$ "
John T. Lewis of Moss Bluff --- for Consumption' 'and was com- ,, { ';' 't Our Special Silk Novelty Waist Goods,

who represents the old reliable CARDS letely cured. Sufferers from 60 cent goods for cents.
commission house of I I. P. Stanley Coughs, Colds, Throat and Lun'gTrouble .;; : 39

through&, of today Chicago from the l passed east I R. D. FULLER, for it never need disappoints.this grand remedy Cure is, ,'; :. A. New Lot Ladies Bleached Vests, ,

coast pineapple section on his \\ay DENTIST. guaranteed by Anti- lonopoIy Worth cents cents.
Price and 10 now 5
Drugstore. 500. $1. ,'
home to vote. lie was in JacksonVille .
Chambliss Bank '
Office Over Munroe & Trial bottles free. .

(demonstrations last night in favor and said of Ton the OCALA .. .. eo eo FLORIDAJ. s.' .'. Finest and best line ladies' pocket=books,
H. and Otto Mente -
J. Livingston ,
and Tel fair Stockton, brothers; t-' in Ocala cents.
candidates for state senator, wen- E. CHACE, have formed an insurance combine were jsc now 48
purchased a pair of Florida -
immense gatherings. Band passed DENTAL SURGEON and scouring the piney : bone Laces
through the streets Telfair's playing ponies are . Prices cut to on Hosiery,
Commercial BankBldg woods after human risks. They
Office Upstairs .
"Dixie"and Tom's "Mv: Coun-
OCALA FLORIDA from Pine and Embroidery.
Saturday night ;
try, Tis of Thee Tom's partisansnearing
and Citra where had been
r+ white badges and 1'elfair's victims," taking in the all half value '
red, and where a voter wears "writing Straw Hats for at :
l lath colors he could get enough H. MAREAN, M. D. Anthony picnic on their way home."I "
Ladies' Sailors were 75C now 48c.
\\liiskv and beer on them tltil11ornij
box of Chamberlain's
]r, to float a battleship.The SURGEON Stomach and Liver Tablets Allen's Tin Box Talcum Powder 5C.

and find them the best thing for
faculty of the University Special attention given to the treatment my stomach I ever used," says T. Boy's straw hats, worth 2j>c now ice.Men's .
of Chronic Diseases and Dis
College of Medicine I of Ric mlOmi. eases of Women and Children. W. Robinson, justice of the peace, Straw Hats 6sc Kind for 39c.
Va., emphasizes its teaching methods Loomis. Mich. These Tablets not :. ,

even more than its unusually Ocala. Fla. only correct disorders of the stomach Regular $1.00 Shirts, Selling for 6oc.
complete equipment, and the higl Office over T ings' Drugstore. Of- but regulate the liver anti bow-
Standard of its courses of instruction fice hours from 8 a. m. to 12 m.; take and
els. They are easy to All Sizes in Decorated Water or Milk Pitchers'Selling
is from 2 to 5p.m.
recognized throughout the p. m. .
pleasant in effect. Price 25 cent* '
United States. ; at Cost.- = _
per box. For sale by the AntiMonopoly -
DR. ]. W. HOOD,
Rev. A. J. Coombs, colored Drugstore.- See Us Before You Buy Decorated Crockery.

who, several years ago. had chargeof Physician and Surgeon Gainesville, Fla., July 18-Special -

the St. James Episcopal missior Residence, N>. 19 Herbert Street train leaves Ocala 7 :30: a. m. ; F. P. GADSON,

in Ocala, then was called to Tampa Phone No. 84 returning, leaves Gainesville 7 p
and a year ago to Thomasville. Ga. Ofr.c, with Dr. E. Van Hood m. Fifty .cents round trip via Next Door to Anti-Monopoly The Ocala Bazaar.

is now located at Augusta, Ga. phont No. 11 the Atlantic Coast Line. Drug: Store.

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Going ,
Phone 2. ville, last Thursday Mr. J. H. Patterson ;

Washington, D. c., July .. ,
15.- was wedded to Miss Many:
Full and accurate election returns -. ]For East Florida : Fair tonight Green. Away for the :
; Mrs. Felshaw, of :Marti City, I The groom is the manager
in tomorrow evenings Star. scattered showers and thunder who went to Fitzgerald, Ga., ten of F. B. Beckham's commissary at

storms in west and central 1 lnr1 days ago to spend several months, Xewberry, while the bride is one Summer? .

At- noon 175 votes had been tions Wednesday.There was recalled home by the illness of of Ocala's fairest daughters.} The .

polled. I her grandson. This office is under Star extends congratulations.A THEN GO TO ..
is more Catarrh in this obligations to her for a basket of

Limeade from fresh limes at section of the country than all other fine Alberta peaches.Mr. few applications of Hancock's ,., SEABRe= eZe: --

Troxler'sJ. diseases put together, and until will
the last few Liquid Sulphur cure any case More Good Roads, Fine r Beach for Bathing and Bet
was supposed to
years : G. C. Stapylton well and of ground itch. For sale by theAntiMonopoly
went to Jacksonville Than
be incurable. For a great ter Fishing at Any Other Resort in Florida.
many : .
favorably known in Ocala, but a Drugstore.J. .
today. ._ /, years doctors pronounced it a local resident of Leesburg, its banker The Clarendon Inn
I disease and local
Ping pong sets at thePostoflicc prescribed and mayor, in company with his J. Gerig has returned from a
remedies and and
Drugstore. + by constantly failingto wife, left last week for England to visit to relatives at Greensboro, S. < _

cure with local treatment, pro- visit friends on the other side of C. He stopped for a day with Davidson The Breakers
nounced it incurable. Science has
August Argosy at the Ocala the water t and to recruit his failinghealth and Van Echop and C. H. ,

News Co.Taffy I proved catarrh to be a constitu- which, for some time, has Campbell in Charlotte, X. C. The Two Largest and Most Commodious Summer Hotelsat I
tional disease, and therefore requires Seabreeze will be Under
been poor. Mr. Stapylton's Ocala the Exclusive :Management of
candy, all kinds and flavors constitutional treatment. Col. C. C. Post the Summer
friends wish him a pleasant visit IF A :MAN LI? TO YOU During Season of 1902, Aided I
Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured
Dame's.D. -
at by a Competent Corps of Experienced Assistants
and} hope he will return with his Assur- ,
by F. J. Cheney & Co., To- impaired health fully restored. And say some other salve, oint- ing the Best Service and Every Attention to Guests.
A. Clark, of Martel, went to ledo, Ohio, is the only constitu- ment, lotion, oil or alleged healeris PROF. LANQOLT'S ORCHESTRA
Seabreeze today. tional cure on the market. It is as good as Bucklen's Arnica
By :Monday morning's mail the Brought from New York to the Colonnades
taken internally in doses from 10 Salve, tell him thirty of Last Winter, '
Egg plant and peppers at the drops to a teaspoonful. It acts Star was enriched by four new marvelous cures of Piles years, Burns, will Play Twice Each Day During the Season.

Hole in the Wall. directly on the blood and mucous subscribers Thomasville, Ga., Boils, Corns, Felons, Ulcers, Cuts, Rates, $2 to $2.50 per day, $10 to $12 per week. Spe-
----4 Clark, Hemington and Jacksonville. cial Rates to Families for the Season.
surfaces of the system. They of- Scalds, Bruises and Skin Erup- AddressC.
High Grade Spices only' at the fer one hundred dollars for any Let the good work go on.' tions prove it's the best and cheapest. C. POST, Seabreeze, Fla. '
Postoffice Drugstore. it fails Send for \V e are no pessimists. .
case to cure. \ 25c. at Anti-Monopoly: Drug-
circulars and testimonials. I T
Limeade! Limeade! at the AntiMonopoly store. SEABREEZE, .
AddressF. Hon. Geo. Mathews: was the H Seaside Inn

Drugstore. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. only candidate to attend the Turner Mrs.[ P. Williams of Savan- E BY THE SEA, ,

The Ocala House had twenty- Sold by Druggists, 75c. Pond picnic Friday and had a nah is visiting her mother, Mrs. OPPOSITE KEATING'S NEW CASIXO AND PIER
Hall's the best. field day all to himself. Mr. Chas.
two Family'Pills are Kingman in this city. This
guests yesterday. Handsome New Modern Hotel, situated on the FIN-
Y. :Miller was the orator of the
Fresh fruits and vegetables at Miss Irene Watkins, of Tarpon da)'. The attendance_ was large. PRIVATE MAIL BOXESI

the Hole in the Wall. I Springs, is visiting friends at have IS HOW OPEN FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE
a sample private box for
Delleview, and :Mrs. Davis Fogg DON'T FAIL TO TRY THIS res-
Mrs. Alec Wynne, of Eastlakecame and daughter, of Clearwater, are idences or offices for the mail carrierto Large, airy rooms. Exchange and Dining Room over-
drop mail Into. Call and
this afternoon. Whenever honest trial is your see looking the ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Terms, $8
up on a visit to her husband's mother, an sample box at my office. G. W. Wells.
Mrs. Pelot. given to Electric Bitters for a to $12.50 weekly.
For Sale-A horse and buggy. <.. JAMES H. JOHNSON & SONS.
trouble it is recommended for, & Co1. P. Haisley, who has
Apply to J. Starr Stcrnberger. will be ef Winter House: Grand Atlantic, Daytona, Fla. I
Fresh candy, cigars and tobacco permanent cure surelJ' been confined to his home for the

at the Hole in the 1Vall.Mr fected. It never fails to tone the past month, is somewhat improvedand -
There arrivals
were forty-five !I stomach, regulate the kidneys and will be out again soon, though

yesterday at the Montezuma. and Mrs. Abe Brown are in bowels, stimulate the liver, invig- quite fqpble. Citizens Gas Company .

"Lightning Mosquito Chaser" Chattanooga, where Mr. Brown is orate the nerves and purify the .
blood. It's wonderful tonic for For Sale=-A home on Lake .
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Miss trying to recover his health. a -- -
run-down systems. Electric Bitters Weir; will sell at a bargain my We Se1tingb

Sara Whitfield and motherare Terkeeween Oil Liniment, the positively cures Kidney and nine room house, all nicely fur- are

now located at Moultrie, Ga. best liniment ; will not blister by Liver Troubles, Stomach Disor- nished. Near the Lake and Weir
-\ rubbing. Try it for all pains and ders, Nervousness, Sleeplessness Park depot. Geo. Russell, G A S RANGES.

Guaranteed, fresh milk used) in aches and for red bugs and mos Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and ex- Weir Park, Fla.
On Easy Payments. Gas fr Coo is than wood coal.
king cheaper or
quito bites. Tydings & Co. pels Malaria. Satisfaction .
milkshakes at the Hole in the guar-
No heat; no dirt. Call at office. *
Wall. anteed by Anti-Monopoly: Drug- Mrs. J. Williamson i is ill at
Mr. and Mrs. Long, of Martel, her home in the northeastern part
store. cents.
,vere in town Monday. Mr. Long I of town. McIVER & MacKAYCommercial
C. M. Brown, Jr., and wife .\ Ji\\
came in to pass title to the Zewad- George Nash the popular com-
cation.shortly go to Seabreeze for' a va'" ski property for a Methodist dis- :. mander of the Rifles, is limping as Cut this out and take it to the ,- J

erict parsonage it having been con- the result of unpremeditatedly getting Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore and get I

tracted for from the Ocala Building off a counter one day last a box of Chamberlain's Stomachand Bank "
Violet Talcum Powder, highlyperfumed
& Loan Association. week. Liver Tablets. The best physic. -
I5c., at the AntiMonopoly They also correct disorders of

Drugstore.Jno. When your family goes away Wanted Men to learn our the stomach. Price 2cents.. BRANCH OF

for a visit of a week or for several business. Splendid foT COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE
B. Floyd transferred his months, try boarding at the Club man. Short time profession Mr. and :Mrs. T. B. Snyder and .
poor preparesfor
registration from Irvine to Ocala House, J. H. Vereen, proprietor, two children left today for Sea .
position or conducting your CAPITAL 85O.OOO.OO
and voted here.
north side, square. own business. Some wages from breeze to spend a month.

For and start. Tools presented, positions INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ,
good teams prompt attention Mr. Fred Pfeiffer came in Monday Coke Shampoo and Toilet Soap

call telephone Xo. 124. S. from the wire section of guaranteed.Vrite today. Moler for the hair, scalp and skin, cleans, ,
grass .
A. Standley's Livery Stable. Georgia, and will rest a few days Barber College, New Orleans, LaJ beautifies. For sale by AntiMonopoly DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DFPOSITS RE

R. with his sister, :Mrs. Weihe.
Mr. and.Mrs. Jones nave .
returned from a visit> to their old I J I I I L I Jerry Burnett left this -afternoonfor .
After July 1st we will have on ;
home in South Carolina. St. Petersburg to spend fe-.v '
hand a full stock of fine stationery a

For Rent-Large southeast cor- pens, inks, pencils, mucilagesand Au weeks. --G. A. HUNTER--

ner room, furnished or unfur- all other things in this line. 1 i 11- .- ;
Be pleased to remember this. Ty- Remember the excursion to
nished. Apply care Star. 71419N. dings & Co. Gainesville July i8th. Special ,.
I II Practical an d Mechanical
A. Shealy, of Tampa, and A. ImportantWe train leaves Ocala 7:30 a. m. ; returning -
Mr1: and :Mrs. Stevens I leaves Gainesville
Williamson, of the Seaboard, V Henry f- 7 p. m.
were at the St. Denis today. and baby of High Springs, are visiting fI I Fifty cents for round trip, via Atlantic GUN AND LOCKSMITHREPAIRING
their parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. Coast Line.
Violet Scented Talcum Powder
Isaac Stevens. -I
to relieve chafing, prickly hear, I fI \Ve make the filling of prescrip- A SPECIALTY

etc., ioc., 3 for 25c. Tydings & I Mrs. Jake Brown and children tions our special business, and Box 374, opposite City Marks t Ocala, Fla.

Co. I i left yesterday for St. Louis, Mo., I --e- with care, promptness and low .._
Judge W. S. Bullock has re !I and Nebraska City, Neb., to visit prices have built up a good busi- -

turned from Brooksville, where he her siter at the former place and ness. We want your trade and Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Watson ) T. H. Johnson and daughter

J has been holding a special term of her parents at the latter. will be pleased to have you ask moved today from Mrs. Juhan's to : Clara, Mrs Ira Patterson,

, court. I your physician to leave your prescriptions Mrs. Long's cottage on South wife of the presiding elder, and

Hancock's Liquid Sulphur cures Capt. J. J. Pyles, who has been with Tydings & Co. Third street, which they have Mrs. L. Dozier returned yesterday

prickly heat in one application.For assisting :Mr. Ed Nelson with the -., leased and furnished.Lee afternoon from Micanopy[ where

sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug- Conley estate at Panasoffkee for Josef Schilmann, who has been they were attending the meeting of.

store. the past ten days, returned home I I looking after Mr. Abson's business Miller has been on the sick the Woman's Home/and Foreign

Dave Hull, who for sixteen- today. I;!-- I has gone to Asheville to list, but is out again. :Missionary Society.
spend a few days with :Mr. Abson
years was the efficient clerk of the Now that the sickly season is give careful, painstaking I, before leaving for his home in Ger- Col. J. M. Martin leaves tomor Ernest Lytle, who has been ;n
of Sumter but lost to attention the minor details
to ,
county approaching, get a 25 cent bottleof I i i many.It row for Ormond, where his family Georgia representing a New York
CJorec Nelson on the last round Arkansas Chill and Fever Tonic :- of our easterners' accounts, i, 1
\ is. He will drive through the commission house, returned home-
and is now running a"fishery on and ward off a spell of fever. ; This is an important factor in :!I Ii i is said that the young man, J.I| country that the family may have today. '

the Homosassa, went home yesterday Sold' 1 and guaranteed by Tydings ;i estimating the value of our !j L. O. Gates, who is in jail at Savannah the use of the horse and buggy.
to vote for Judge Rocker and I. I is from and for
& Co. Anthony
service. Bullock
: I Raymond Jr., has beenill
other good men. i merly lived in Ocala for a short Judge \V. A. Hocker came down for several days. '

A jewfish weighing 325 pounds i time. /yesterday from Tallahassee to vote

I passed through town Monday on I I I today. Benjamin 'down
f HealthyFood the northbound A. C. L. train, :I I :Miss Nellie Anderson attended I i iSimon yesterday from Atlanta came to vote and

caught Saturday at St. Petersburg I 1- I-flhe meeting of the W. H..and F. Half a dozen different varietiesof look after business matters.

by Conductor j. J. :Mitchell on a 1I I Ii i M. Society at Micanopy and returned Japanese napkins. Ocala News
fw foot line. Mr. :Mitchell sent home Sunday. I
i 1 1I Co. i Hammocks, all grades, ice cream
the monster to Supt. H. A. Ford, I i
1ii Is not cold food but I,- I freezers, Ice chests and refrigeratorsand
-Gainesville, who fished all I SUMMER RATES
day '""
fresh and I -- 'I bamboo porch screens. McIver
t,, a few days ago for a jewfish and; ; Fiqa Tailoring & MacKay.
.,. Uncontamlnatedfood did not get a bite. i i Munroe & Chambliss- : Via Atlantic Coast Line '.

free from bad '- Bankers Summer rates (one and one- LOST-An old-fashioned solid 'goJd
taste and smell. THE PERFECT LIVERIEDT: :I L fourth fare for round trip) on saleto fraternity pin. Oval In shape, with

CINE : : Ocala Florida I: all resort points. Good till Oc. S WorKlIlaq Roman Initials. Finder will be rewarded

The "Odorless"Refrigerator Mrs. M. A. Jolley, Noble, 0. T., I tober 31 st : on returning to Star"office.

writes: "I have used Herbine fora : T I T 1 "1 I I I OnChoiCGst
Big line pretty toilet sets all
number of years, and can cheerfully Dr. and} Irs.V.. H. Marcan
recommend it as the most Fresh Fish have begun housekeeping in the Materials prices and styles. Mciver & MacKay.

I liver medicine and the house next door north from G. A.Xash's '
perfect "
- Is Scientific Preserver of FuJ. The ciroilatlon Admiral George Dewey writes: 1
air is so perfectly! arranged! that odors fnm fruit blood It is residence on Xorth :Main
purifier. a
fish etc.,are carried off and out and tfo nut come greatest Lake Weir Bream and I have a very complete line of have used COKE DANDRUFF CUREfor
in contact u itb the ice as in all other rdngera tc.J.. medicine of positive merit, and Trout, also all kinds of street. Spring Samples, also a big clock the past year and found It an excellent -

fully accomplishes all that is Salt and Fresh Water Mrs. Earl :Mark[ of Trousers.of Piece Goods Call and for Suits and preparation." For sale by An-
tORdAoOrEIeAsRsk! Jacksonville see my samples
The claimed for it. :Malaria cannot .
:Miss Belle :Mathews is and have your measure ta ti-Monopoly Drugstore.The
Fish received every day. nee ,
find in the
t'ht a lodgment system ken. Seventeen in the business -
built of Solid uaic,golden oak finish and Is line in the her father HonG. years
with Zinc. Enamel and NLktJoid.Far Super: while the liver is in perfect order Free delivery to any part city visiting should learn your needs. handsomest line of upholstering -
to til lwintr tecause there all No Joints and N of the G. Mathews, I Respectfully, .
Misfit cracks wcLJgilh! di- aseyeJmand tilth; for one of its functions is to pre- city. material ever shown In the rity.Mclver
vent the of fever-pro ICE IN ANY QUANTITY & MacKay.
absorption Burnett
THE KEVSER MG.CO.CHATTANOOfiA. .,,.. ,TENN,tuasolCiW.vtr.rf" C.A.S'.I'OR.A.: I Jerry .
-- -
rrTrf>*0 L9 ducing poisons. Herbine is a most Wm. TuckerStalls I Bears Kind You Hare Atoays Bought Picnic and Lunch Baskets or all
Sale the
For By I Merchant Tailor.
efficient liver regulator. 5oc. at rLThB sizes and styles, from See to 75c. The
OCALA FURNITURE CO. AIJti- Ionopoly Drugstore. I 5 and 7, City Market I cf t.- 'U I I One poor North of Mastert Ocala News Company.

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Volume 8, Number 26 OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY J5t 1902 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

fresl? 59ipmelt THE WAR OF WORDSLast C7;; f rmr. six., .ti.; IT WAS J. B. SUTTON EDWARDS BROTHERS

Battles of the Primary Cam- i 1i The Old Man was Honest and Re-

paign of 1902. spected in Ocala, and. His, Mind
Wholesale & Retail Butcheis
, Must Have Failed Leading
i i i I lLT ,
Just received since
the ------ -- ---- -- --
The man whose name was givenas

: 1U''We",.' went in effect. was by all odds the most rousing J. R. Sutton, arrested: a few
I and largest meeting of the days ago at Homerville, Ga. on a WESTERN( AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY
charge: of horse stealing is the ex-
At the campaign. Saturday was a great iecdsman and citizen, J. B. Sutton. AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASONFREE

day for the voters at Sumterville.( who moved from here to his Manatee DELIVERY TELEPHONE 103

T-Pot Grocery The barbecue drew them. In the 1// ,; farm a few months ago. Mr. J
senatorial race Mr. Zewadski was i, Sutton has written to Ocala for -

the first speaker and an accident to SODA\VATER YOU'LL LIKE his character'and business stand- OCALA HOUSE CAFEThe
WANTED ing while here. He was a highly
the speaker's stand came near put- There isn't
better sodawa-
Chickens and eggs. :Market nrice any respected citizen and an honest
In cash for same.S. ting him out of the race. In one ter than what we make, becausewe Business man while here. He attention of the citizens of Ocala and vicinity as well as the trav
Jf. Hannah & Co., of his of eloquence know how to make it, what to eling public Is respectfully called to the fact that during the summer
impassioned flights passed through town a few weeks
months the Ocala 'House is operated 0 n the European plan and the high
Proprietors Montezuma Hotel.! when with great muscular put in it, how to serve it, and .that's ago on his way to Georgia. It is standard of the winter maintained.The .
he death what makes the beverage we sell thought here that there is a mistake following items from the men u card show how reasonable the prices
emphasis was driving a
For fresh cuts burns and have been made: .
open so popular. : somewhere, that if he real
sores, use Hancock's Liquid Sul- nail in one of the weak points of Not bit of trick about it Soup ..... .....,............... 15c Sirloin Steak (Western) with
a a ly took the horse he not at the
was .... .........,....
his Iced Tomatoes ..... ............ lOc. Vegetables IOC.
phur, For sale by Anti-Monopoly l anti-dispensary dpj>onents, only careful attention to givingyou time mentally responsible. It f is
Green Corn (on cob) ............ lOc. Mutton Chops, with Fried Pota-
Drugstore.If stage gave way, and the lemonade the best beverage.T. believed here that he will prove un ... toes ........ .............n. .. BOc.
Halt Chickenvith vegetables 60c.
pitcher chucked the speaker under W. TROXLER all right. Roast Prime Ribs Western Beef :Mutton Chops, with Vegetables.. 60c.

you want to go to Atlanta the chin: while the pail of ice water (with vegetables) ... ..,....,. 50c.Ham and Eggs ........ ......... %5c.
;awful cheap 011. the third, ask SUMMER RATES Vegetables-New Potatoes Green Eggs to Order ............,...., lOc
about it at this office. poured its cold contents. over fate on the 15th." But it was Beans, Squash, Beets, Cabbage Tea, Coffee, Milk, Buttermilk Ice v
the bosom and immaculate white Rice and all others in season. Tea ..... ... ................. 10&
Keep cool under the fans at the of Marion's only seemingly disastrous and Ze-' The St. Denis Hotel is making a Sirloin Steak (Western) with Pies, Ice Cream Etc.
coat gifted son. As wad ki The stand ; rate for the summer as follows: Fried Potatoes ..... .......... 50c. Fruits in Season.
Postoffice while drink- rose again. was.
Drugstore he went down in the wreck of mat- Table board week
$4 room
ing their unmatchable soda. ter it was a question for a moment repaired, and the speaker, amidst- per ; F EDWARDS
-----,. and board, $5 to $7 per week; sin- ]. Prop.SURFCRESTHOUSE .
whether he was not hors de com- rapturous applause, finished his gle meals, 25 cents. And it is
Mosquito nets, and two kinds of bat. Mr. Brown took advantageof address. good enough for the best. a -
patent improved frames at Mclver the situation and jumped up and Mrs. D. E. Peacock,
& MacKav's. shouted, "This will be his political AT RELLEVIEW Proprietress.FINE I

The people of the beautiful

"City of Oaks," Belleview, the GUITAR. FOR SALE

handsomest and most attractive': _
REMEMBER THE A beautiful !... 1A-.
instrument ,
village in Marion county, gave the deep
candidates a good and appreciative and rich tone, polished solid oak Seabreeze by the Sea. Directly on the Beach

_:;::,!!!!!:yr:- .- audience last night. The meeting body, only slightly used, cost $18at
wholesale. Owner has timeto Feet South of Casino and Pier
ivas held in the town hall and a not 150 Keating's
\" number of ladies graced the occasion enjoy it.ViII part with it for
P! fj with their presence. half of original cost, $<). Call at Private Bath Houses. Open the Year..Round\.

Ex-Mayor R. C. Ridge president Star office and see it.
of the Belleview democratic RATES $8 TO $12 PER WEEK. ,

club, presided with great accepta- Patton's Sun Proof Paints' Cool* Delightful Rooms. First Class Ta te Board.

bilit)'. Are_ used for painting all kinds of .
The bell sounded the invitationand buildings and give best results. Sold A. S. SPANGLER, Prop.

the people came. by.CENTRAL LUMBER CO:, '
Hon. Geo. G Mathews waS''t-lie' r .z.' Ocala, Fla. ... h. _4. Seabreeze, Fla._
? .. *' "
__ t_r_L "-' -'' .,
first speaker and his dispensary .
doctrine pleased the audience.Mr. ATTENTION, ATTORNEYSAfter DAY 'PHONE 117 / NIGHT 'PHONE 39,_

Floyd was second in the or-
Where you save atorical symposium. The burdenof this week Judge W. S. LIDDON & COMPANY

his song was no fence, which Bullock will close his office and go

: '20 cant. was made highly interesting by the to the seashore for rest and recre-
I per red hot queries put to the speakerby ation. GENERAL LIVERYMENFine

Mr. Barrett, one of the most industrious -
farmers and truck growers TENNESSEE. BUTTER
On Purchase ofMen's
every of that section. He, with
and Drummer'CarryaUs
The Carmichael Son Co. have effected Carriages, Buggies Traps,
twenty other families, came from
arrangements with a Tennessee Saddle Horses
Georgia to the no fence law. etc.
dairy to supply them every day with
and Children'sWearing .
Ladies' there and had no great sympathyfor fresh butter in firkins at 25c. per
Fine Vehicles Fast Horses
the opinions of the would-be pound. Also country smoked 1au-
legislator. He got our friend sage at 15c. per pound. Phone 37.
Floyd considerably enmeshed in Horses and Mules for Sale.
the three strand proposition and FOR SALE
Appetre1I thereby afforded the audience con We have an Ideal Cash Register, Horses boarded by the month at special rate
siderable amusement.C. one of the finest and most improved
Monroe Brown followed as a machines on the market, never been
used, that we will sell for a very low LIDDON & CO.
senatorial candidate and he, too
cash figure. Address The Star, Ocala
got caught on the three strand
I u I I"I Fla.
Ocala .
"' query and anti-dispensary avowal

l hy Prof. Green, who twirled in TURNER, PHOTOGRAPHER,
some posers and so unhinged "
Ocala's Racket promoter that, regardless Does kodak developing and finish- ATTENTIONAND !
Since this sale was inaugurated of schedule time, he ing. North :Magnolia: street, Ocala. .

pushed by all dispensary flag stations Fla. .

have and arrived at the open saloon Farlllers a
ten days ago we terminal considerably winded. Lost-A bunch of about eight .

Zewadski, with all way trains off keys, on twisted wire ring. One .
sold than the main track, made a' safe home key made from knife blade. Return .,.
more goods any run without any lets or hindrancesand to this office and receive re- Stocimieti:

from opinions expressed it is ward. You know and appreciate the nee d of hay. With a little attention you
month previous. evident that the voters of Belle- can easily supply your wants. Get aDeering
view firmly believe that a county REPULSIVE FEATURES,

dispensary would be a big improvement Blackheads, pimples, greasy faces Mower
over the open saloon. and muddy complexions, whichare .

NOTES so common among women, especially -
girls at a certain age, destroying -
The well set shade trees on the and .
SWIM WITH THE CURRENTIt's streets of Belleview are her crown repulsive beauty, ,disfiguringmaking features which

of beauty and glory. They evi- would otherwise appear attractiveand
dence stronger than words can de- refined, indicate that the liveris
pict what a little labor a little care out of order. An. occasional
can do for any town if her peopleare dose of Herbine will cleanse the.

only so inclined and to see the bowels, regulate the liver and so \ ';\ ,, ;
pleasing picture no doubt has beenan
establish a clear, healthy complexion. -
Running Toward incentive to induce many a man 5oc. at Anti-Monopoly Drug
to thus inexpensively adorn and store. 4,1 FIIU.IJIV3AIn

(Concluded on Fourth Page.) CA.S O..A.I.A.: : .
Beri the 't.i; You Ha/9 AW3jS! BoughVfrfrZ y rt? 1 4 i I

: THE BOSTON STORE Hermitage ;i ignatl1"e of .a #: !

Going to the PICNIC? Well, takea
Dairy pound of NUNNALLY'S CANDY
with you. We have a shipment in

The name of this Dairy that was made TUESDAY MORNINGof ,
this week. Remember, Nunnally -
is a guarantee of At the Post Office Drug Store.
Ocala Florida. The Best Machine in the WorldThey

absolute purity and __ NEXT SESSIONUNIVERSITY -_ cost but a trifle compared w ith the money they will make you.
COLLEGE k We are headquarters for the DEERIN G MOWING MACHINE. Come and
_. . . . . .1 fine flavor of its I
I examine them and will buy one. We also have Hay Rakes.
. . . OF MEDICINES, I : you

Ucture Halls Jar Ttccry. HUBBARD & MACDUFF
Geo. B. Laboratories/or Proof,
In trading with us you contribute to the profit Tylei Hospitals Practice.

nd, volume of your own pocketbook. Box 82 J* Ocala. F One jr'T hundred* ?ac'i't page*' Catalogue.*'*-'g Vvjcfe Free.yegz- Dealers in General Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds and Screens, Etc., Etc,

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'-. : .:::- !!!6"' o- '':'., ,' ,'_,' :. .." -. '_'.:'.. ,-. .. A WAR OF WORDS SEABOARD I BLAKELY, GA., DISPENSARY F NN R'SKIDNEY" _.II.

(Continued from First Page.) Col. Arthur Powell sends the Bra

RATES following testimony as to the BACKACHEBladder -

beautify his home-a lasting sermon SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS NOWon working of the dispensary in his

on the force and power of a sale at specially reduced rates home town : Urinary,roc...df.CURE
for the round trip to prominent
good example. health and watering resorts in the "Our people are all now fully
While the village is enjoyingthe Virginias the Carolinas Georgia, committed to the proposition thata Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala Fla

summer sun of her quietudeand Alabama, Tennessee Kentucky and well regulated dispensary Is the

for infants and Children. reX yet the merchants of the other states North and West. Write best solution to the liquor questionboth Patton's Sun Proof PaintsAre

for full data. from a moral and financial used for painting all kinds ot

Tho.Kiml You Have Always Bought has borne the signature place, Messrs. Trask and Mitchell, $60.25-Denver, Col., and return. standpoint. buildings. and, give best results. Sold

of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his report a very good business for the August 22, 24, 29, 30 and 31. "We have a large negro pop- by CENTRAL LUMBER CO.,

; personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one season. See ticket agent for limits and ulation and were troubled with the Ocala, Fla.

.. to deceive in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and information.
you Their pretty depot, which was other liquor question, and this is whywe
l "Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger the destroyed by fire a month ago, is $73.95-Tacoma, Wash., and re adopted the dispensary. Colored Folks' ColumnD.
; health of ( -Experience against Experiment. Tickets sale
turn. on July 15 "After trial of
a something over
: to be rebuilt, only in finer propor-

: The Kind You Have Always Bought tions, as the railroad builder w,.s to 20, inclusive limited return- four years, the dispensary has H. Brown, Editor

in town Monday looking the ing to September 15, 1902. proved absolutely satisfactory i in,

. Bears the Signature of ground over and consulting with 18.90 Monteagle, Tenn., and return every respect, that is, if any solution For first class meals, hot lunches,

?r;;, the authorities. The town having on account of Monteagle of the liquor question can be I good board by the day or week, go to

I built the old depot, they deserve Sunday V School Institute.' Tickets absolutely satisfactory. \Ve have the Magnolia Restaurant, corner of

liberal and prompt treatment at on sale August 8", 9, 10 and none of'the evils that attend the Magnolia and South1 Second street,

.. the hands of the railroad people. n, limited returning to August barroom system, except that a man West, Mr. Wm. Ruth Proprietor.Mrs. .

The most successful melon and 25, 1902. will occasionally get drunk, but the G. W.'Frost Is running a refreshment

In Use For Over 30 Years. cantaloupe growers in that section $18.30 Asheville, N. C, and return number of drunken men is reduced stand on North Magnolia
on account Society Amer- street in the store formerly run by
to a minimum.
.= '. ::.' .: :_ :-',:_,' "--::::-: ...::-:.:::'::- ': ican Florists and Ornamental \Ve have none of the blind tiger Charley Myers. For cold drinks Ice
had some forty acres in this de- :
and other delicacies served In
Horticulturalists. Tickets cream
on and trade. that exists under
licious fruit with
a large yield anda
the best of style, call on her.: 6 21tfIf
sale August 17, 18 and 19, limited the' prohibition
successful which system. -
shipment, netted you want your dresses made in
them over $55 a car, and they returning to August 25, "The revenue which is incidentalto the latest style and according to the

16 COMING JULY 1& did equally well on their canta'- Tickets on sale July II, 12, 13, the operation of the system is most up to date fashions, carry your

considerable. Here in of
loupes. 1902. a county sewing to Mrs. Francis Thomas at
$(>8.75 SAN FRANCISCOand population it amounts to her house the
Tom Wisenant, the horny hand- 15,000 near county jail

ed son of toil, who is a straightout Los Angeles, Cal., and return $7000 per'annum net profit. The For good meals and the best the

"A Rabbit's Foot"Comedy farmer and never indulges in on account of biennial I dispensaries at Rome and at Daw- market affords cooked in the most
of palatable style, call at the restaurantnext
side issues, in discussing with Mr. meeting Knights Pythias. son and in the other larger cities
to Benus the Baker. Ben Fluett
Tickets will be sale
on AugustI
of the state earn a deal more.
.Ridge success, was willing to Proprietor. 5 28 tf
CompanyUnder to 9, inclusive, limited returning "The
wager that four acres of his long more important regulationsof For good beard and comfortable
to September 30, 1902. the that
cotton would bring in dispensary system are
more money lodging reasonable rates, go to the
$18.90- on ac ,
I than four acres of Mr. Ridge's it stays open only from sunrise to
Canvass r------_ count of Monteagle Bible School. Mack House on Exposition street,
melons. Mr. R. stroked his chin Tickets will be on sale July 1, 2, 3 sunset, that no liquor is drunk on Mrs MaUssa Mack, Proprietress. 3 12

thoughtfully, but suggested that and 23, 24 and*25, limited to August the premises, no loitering is allowed For clean beds and a first class table

The same, big company that a peared at the opera house last his friend Wisenant had better 30 1902. there is no one whose profit or at a quiet house, go to the "Yona

season. $18.65-KNOXVILLE, TENN., ani return salary is dependent on the amountof House," next door south of the old

,.' wait.Summerfield sent a good dele account Summer School. Tick- the sales, and the liquor is not Bazar, Mrs. Bella Williams, Proprietress

gation in the persons of Doli ets will be sold June 16, 17, 18, 28 sold in quantities tess' than half a tf
29 and 30, July 11, 12 and 13, limit-
254EOPLE25S. Those in favor of the
Mitchell Joe Davis Nathan Mayo pint. sys
ed returning to August 15, 1902. For hot meals lunches, lee creamor
and Dr.V.. V. Newsom, who Special conditions covering diverse tern recognize that some people are cold drinks at all hours, day or
went down to that place Mondayafternoon. going to have whiskey legally or night calf at the old Ike Tompkins'
Brass Band Drum Corps Orchestra. routes and stop overs. illegally, and think it is best to let stand on S. Magnolia street and get
For sleeping car reservations and the best. Mr. Jeff Davis, proprietor. -
Mr. and Mrs. Trask have the information write them have it legally, but under &-23-tt

The Best and Cleanest Colored Show on the thanks of Messrs. Zewadski, Frey John Dozier, W. W. Condon, such restrictions as to reduce the For board by the day, or week, hot

ermuth, Mathews and Bittingerfor Agent. C. T. A. evils to a minimum. The above lunches, ice cream, cold drinks, etc.,
Road Admission: Adults. 35c.; Children 25c the hospitality extended them. A. O. MacDonell, A.: G. P. A.CASTORIA. regulations accomplish this by rea- go to the old Ike Tompkins stand on

of the fact that the hours of St. Magnolia street and get the beat.
Watch for Street Parade. Their kindness was as unexpectedand son
Big generous as it was deeply appreciated "' operation are confined to daytime. Open day and night Jeff Davis 5, 27 Pro tt
that is done therein is
and its Everything
Come early and get a front scat or you'll hare to go way pleasant memory Mrs. Marie Ruth, an experienced
will remain long after the open to the public gaze, and thus
back and .:/if down. green For Infants and Children. cateress has opened her restaurant,
echoes of the campaign are over. the hidden evils and temptationsvhich Ice cream and cold drinks counter !n

v ---, Whatever the result of the pri The Kind You Have Always Bought a barroom offers behind its the Mitchell block. When huugry or

maries today, none of those who screens during the night Hours are needing something cold to keep the
i Bears theSignature y/ im .ossible. temperature down, call on her antS
went down from Ocala will regret ;

Fresh Meat and GameWe their Belleview visit. of "The fact that the dispensary closes she purse.will satisfy your appetite and 6 28 your tf

at sunset fixes a custom which
I To the Advanced Pupils of Howard
all of business houses
allows our ?
keep on hand a full line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and LESS THAN ONE FARE to close early. Every night is 'as: Academy and Others

Sausage to be had. Game in season Fresh Vegetables,- etc. quiet the streets of Blakeljas This is 10 inform you that I have
made. Often the over-taxed organs oi For the Round trip to Portland, Seat. upon
Careful attention, to orders and quick delivery digestion cry out for help by Dys tie and Tacoma via Missouri Sunday night is in most of our secured-looms: up stairs in the old

\P. L. JONJ3S, I ONZO'ALIrEI?, pepsia's pains, Nausea, Dizziness, Pacific Railway towns. Bazaar building for the purpose of
"The regulations against drink- teaching night school in all English
Butcher Headaches, Liver complaints and Tickets on sale July 15th to 20th,
Proprietor. Bowel disorders. Such troublescall with final limit of September 15th. ing on the premises, against loafing branches. I will also teach the Ben

CITY: I IV1 A F I<. e-r: for the prompt use of Dr. Diverse routes and stop-over allowed. and loitering prevent the evils Pittman system of short hand and
King's New Life Pills. They are This line takes you through the heartof of treating and the other obvious type writing. My terms are as follows
the Rockies. A golden opportunityto
evils that arise where : Short hand, per month, $2;
and I congre-
1 gentle, thorough guaranteedto visit the Pacific Coast. Send tor
1,0" cure. cents at the AntiMonopoly maps, pamphlets etc., to gate in tippling houses. two lessons each week. Type writing

-" \....,. '. .' -_. _j ..._ Sp %.... .r-SXNXWNdJWORMS 25 I. E. Rehlander, T. P. A., "There being no temptations to full course, $5. Literary studies,
) Drugstore.
9 W; 1TE'S CREAM July 20 Chattanooga, Tent; anyone to increase the sales, it is per month, $1.

] F !! to the liquor being Tuesday and Thursday nights at
} it STOVE WOOD STOVE WOOD easy prevent
TEXAS 8 o'clock. T. L. McCoy, Instructor.
.. Jljstia Quantity. Best in Quality. sold to those who could not legally -
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{ FoTiflYeSsfes1Projmrea lBii ,. l tJai': 1 B n12dit ; 1r CtBtls For Stove Wood, phone or drop a The Land of Many Crops obtain it. Minors, drunken -l'en
L card to the OCALA SPOKE AND Best reached via Memphis and: the I and inebriates cannot buy it at all. O.L.&T C?XI..x.A..
C>1:.3:> D z .a.:::.:::. 1";:l .U C GI:S T S.
C LouIs. RIM FACTORY. State length of Iron Mountain Route. Two trains "It takes the liquor question ouiof Sears the 1he KM You Ha' Always BWgtlt
by- -- IS'I! : 1 13. LLAr1D .
\,,,. _... .....,.... d //
..a..M- + "'"' wood desired. daily, reclining chair cars (seats free) politics, the liquor men gc off ,gJtl1re.. J'd
For sale Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading 'lrugstores and standard Pullman Sleeping Oars into other vocations, and the use '

NOTICE OF APPLICATION through to Dallas, Fort Worth and F.I of their money and whiskey in
Paso; without change this line also
elections is obviated.

DR.MOFFETT'S Cures Cholera.Infantum, For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of reaches Arkansas, Oklahoma Indian I "There is no temptation to palm L.ALEXANDEBPractical
,and Territory, Arizona.!: New Mexico and I
)IJ: k----1 Diarrhoea.Dysentery Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida off spurious and adulterated goods
W'? 1 the Bowel Troubles of California. Books and pamphlets descriptive -
The United
'', <, Wlt1.Jt\rJl.f' a Children of Any Age.l Notice is hereby given that C. of the Western states tree. upon the public.
States stat- CARPENTER AND
Aids inspector
Digestion Regulates government
} 61 f ; j (TEETHING I POWDERS! the Bowels F. Howell, purchaser of tax certif- A postal card will do it. Write
pill' K AM ij ,Strengthens ,ed, after examining the dispensary
1J' ASA the Child and Makes I icate No. 674, dated the 2nd day of l I. E. Rehlander T. P. A., Careful estimates made on all contract
:: :> Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETt11NG EASY. I Tenn stock at Blakely, that he had never work. Gives more and better
j No\'ember, A. D., 1896, has filed Chattanooga
iJor mail 23; cents to C. J. MCFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO. I seen as high grade liquors sold for work for the money than any other
t said certificate in office and has
Columbus da. %-I, 18.fl. mv* I the in the man In town.Repair
The best is LALLY'S, because money as dispensary
1)11. ('. J. JSOFFETTDear Doctor: lie nitre oue TEFTIII-V11 {Teething I made application for tax deed to "
IIttlp.i.tUlfl child with tlp. llalJp'fI t resint it is fresh. We I here.
J-ou" 'ei's) to am' tnylting I always keep
ul, '1 cerlllSII'Y more s"titlJil.tory tlltu"li'on issue in accordance with law. Said
IIlwo.1' JUtl91 aft
were ire e'erust" ", I-au,.., eery f'ulll, JOSE"l S. HE", certificate embraces the following it fresh because we order it every I II Col. Powell closes his letter by Stop.
(Now JllS/W1J 80u"eru tftlwtli.t ('luu'cPallto,' uJ 6t. .I'nui Cl"urh. Marion I week. The Postoffice Drugstore.At i saying that there are many other

For sale bv Anti-Monoroly] Du>::store and all other leading drugstores described property situated in I advantages which he had not the
to-wit Rev. Booker has a repair -
Florida Jas.
county, : the present day authorities on
time, then, to write, but would -
I' .
Northeast (quarter of northeast skin diseases concede and have demonstrated such information later if it shop on South Second

quarter of southwest; quarter, section 'hat skin diseases of every was desired. street (Louis Plato's oh

TO WASHINGtONAmI 3. township 14, range 22. The nature are caused by microscopicgerms stand,) where he makes
said land being assessed at the bacilli, bacteria, microzyms or
other forms of animal decomposition. BEST REMEDYFor quilts, comforts and mat
date of the issuance of such cer-
return, $43.75 from Ocala via the SEABOARD AIR LINE tificate in the name of Atlanta National Hancock's Liquid Sulphur arrests animal tresses, repairs umbrellas,
in form andis
decomposition every Stomach and Bowel Troubles."I .
RAILWAY, all rail, or via Norfolk and steamer, on sale daily, lim- Building and Loan Associa- an absolute destroyer of all germs trunks etc., and does
tion. Unless said certificate shall in such diseases as Eczema Salt have been in the drug busi- general upholstering bust

ited to return October 31. Trains leave Ocala at I 31 a. m. and be redeemed according to law, tax Rheum Tetter, Acne, Pimples, Ringworm ness for twenty years and have ness. When in need of

a. m. deed will issue thereon on the J3d Diphtheria Sore Throat and sold most all of the proprietary work of this kind call on

11152 of A. D. Open Sores. For sale by AntiMonopoly medicines of any note. Amongthe
day August, 1902. Rev. Jas. Booker.
The Seaboard has on sale su miner excursion tickets to all prin- Witness my official signatureand Diugstore. entire list I have never found

seal this, the I4th day of July anything to equal Chamberlain'sColic

cipal summer resorts. A. D., 1902. S. T. Sistrunk, LOUISVILLE and NASHVILLE RY. Cholera and ,Diarrhoea .
Call at city ticket office next door to post office or write to Clerk Circuit Court, Marion coun- -offersUNEXCELLED Remedy for all stomach and bowel ,

Florida. troubles," says 0. \Wakefield,
JOHN DOZIER, Agent, W. W. CONDOM, ty. SERVICEand of Columbus, Ga. "This remedy SUITS FROM: EIGHT DOLLARS UP

Ocala, Fla. C. T. A. SEABOARDAir FAST TIME cured two severe cases of cfiolera Material Une' u'led( for the Price
from FLORIDA to morbus in my family and I have
A. MACDONELL, A. G. T. A., Jacksonville, Fia. Line Railway recommended and sold hundredsof
bottles of it to customers to
Office of Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt INO NEATLY DONE
their entire satisfaction. It affordsa
Seaboard Interchangeabe! Mileage LOUISVILLE, ST. LOUIS,
SOUTHLAND BABBITRIESOCALA : Tickets CINCINNATI, quick and sure cure in a pleasant Spring Samples In Great Variety for
I form." For sale by AntiMonopoly Inspection
The Seaboard Air Line Railway has And All Points West and Northwest.' Drugstore. ,

FLA. placed on sale one thousand mile tick- MOBILE, NEW ORLEANSAnd BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEYIN
ets at $25, which tickets are good over TOWN
Dealers in Imported and Fancy Breed Its entire system, and also over the All Points Southwest I IKE TOMPKINS

lines of its Important connections Our *3 Suite Are a Ten-J rlkti
The All Around Hustler
BELGIAN HARES. representing In all approximately l For schedules, rates and sleeping car I

15,000 miles. reservations, apply to NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
RECENT IMPORTATIONS: Queen Lipton, Yorkshire LASS, Dub Has opened a first class fish stall, No.
SOME to these tickets
Full information as I the
J. 11. FLEMING, Fla. Pass. Agt., 10, in the City Market and he asks Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson,
Duke William Write us for Information. to .
Wonder, King Wantage. may be obtained upon application
the 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. the patronage of the public in and t Cotton BuyerP.
W. L. MORTON. Manager. Company.any agent or representative ._ ,-- C. L STONE, G.P.A., Louisville, )Ky. out of the city. 0. BOX 134 ,


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