The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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v. ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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.
General Note:
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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University of Florida
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Cucumbers at the Hole in the For East Florida: .Fair tonight_ OFFICERS
\Vall. I I and Thursday, except probably ( Page)

thunderstorms Thursday in north At the last
Limeade from fresh limes at portion. regular
Troxler's Tulula Lodge Xo. 22,

There is more Catarrh in .this 1!j'I, Order of Odd Fellows, the up at r,. Y
New crop Onions at the Hole in eras officers were installed
section of the than all oth-
the Wall. country trict Deputy Grand :Master
of for infants and Children.
jr diseases put together, and until Owens : Noble Grand, O. :\

Ben Raysor, of Lowell, was in the last few years was supposed to ton"ice; Grand; T. E. ; receiving Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric '
Up to
town H. C. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It ;l'COIlL'1iIlS
today. be incurable. For a great many Secretary, Jones ; and 1 "neither Opium Morphine nor other
years doctors pronounced it a local :M. :M. Little; Warden, substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. t
Ping pong sets at thePostofiicc disease, and prescribed local Brown ; Outside Guard, It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth..
I was re
Drugstore. Yonge, Sr. Inside ins Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the
remedies and
by constantly failingto ;
and Bowels
giving healthy and natural -
I cure with local treatment T. Cole ; Chaplain, C. L. The Children's Panacea sleep 3
pronounced ; that The Mother's- Friend.
Milkshake at the Hole in i VIA
the Wall.Col. it incurable. Science has;: R. S. to Noble Grand, T. Hocker The '
proved catarrh to be a constitutional -I ens : L. S. to N. G., T. D. ; 1000 Kind You Have Always Bought :

II. \V. Long, of Martel, was disease, and therefore requires R. S., to'V. G., E. E. Cline Bears the Signature of
to V. G. W. C.
in town today. 1 constitutional treatment. raii-
V Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured This lodge l is having ; (i

Taffy candy, all kinds and flay by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo meeting night and is saying

.i ors, at Dame's. l Ohio, is the only constitutional new members. day, ex
cure on the market. It i is I 1t to Neil
Vegetables and Fruits at the taken internally in doses from 10 GOING TO GAI \' } ticket In S
Hole in the Wall. drops to a teaspoonful. It acts al Use For Over 30 Years.

directly on the blood and mucous The baseball boys are fro? 1IiI ;r TMZ CtNTlUB eOM_'-U'Y.- ':..::TT::-;:MUKH1T<_ :::...':._'T:_:I. :":;rCT:::.:...._KIWTQUH'I::_ w.---H:::.. .CITY.;_:: _,' ."_ :':.
Limeade! Limeade at the AntiMonopoly surfaces of the system. They of high on their trip to : get

Drugstore.S. fer one hundred dollars for any Friday, when they wiU .-F. S. -
case it fails to cure. Send for Oak Halls a return
II. Gaitskill, of McIntosh, game Are You
circulars and testimonials. own diamond. A number for the Going ,
was in town .
today. Address ers arc going with the boys. : ; Floyd .

For Sale-A horse and buggy. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. rate is 50 cents via the ; \ Strozier;:I Away for the '
Sold by Druggists, 7Jc.Hall's Coast Line.DON'T '
Apply to J. Starr
Family Pills are the best

Robert Taylor went north on the FAIL TO TRY (: ,votes Dr_ Summer ? .

A. C. L. this afternoon. A phosphate train wa% wrecked 1 Charles
last evening near Agnew's Station, Whenever an honest i ia \ Char THEN GO TO-

"Lightning Mosquito Chaser"at ruining four cars and causing given to Electric Bitters { with

the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. transfer all day at that place. trouble it is recommended : mad --- SSeA.Ea 5E.ze: -

permanent cure will surely of .

Half a dozen different varietiesof SHRIMP FROM THE OCEAXP. fected. It never fails to Fie downfall 1 1 :More: Good Roads, Fine r Beach for Bathing and Bet-

Japanese napkins. Ocala News stomach, regulate the ter Fishing Than at Any Other Resort in Florida.m .
Co. B. Dukes, at the city market, bowels, stimulate the liver, Clta .
will have a fine lot of fresh shrimp 1 orate the nerves and the sera The Clarendon Inn '
For Sale-Well drill, sand bucket Friday on the 3 o'clock train. 2t blood. It's a wonderful win .
and wrenches. P. \ L run-down and
Apply to systems. > _
; Brown {
Spellman. ters positively cures a slow The Breakers .
Liver Troubles Stomach
have a sample private box for-residences ,
Violet Talcum Powderhighly or offices for the mail carrierto ders, Nervousness, The .Two Largest and Most
perfumed, I5c.f at the AntiMonopoly drop your mail into. Call and see Rheumatism, Neuralgia, ) at Scabreeze, will be Under the Commodious Exclusive Summer Hotels
Drugstore.Dr. sample box at my office. G. \V. Wells. pels Malaria. Satisfaction Management of
C. C.
anteed by late this Post During the Summer Season of 1902, Aided'by
J. G. Baskin and C. G. Leit- METHODIST CHURCH I assured a Competent Corps of Experienced Assistants, Assurr -'
store. Only 50 cents. int' .....,, .. .__._
county the nest. Srvil'P.. .n(1..... Ji" ,'.... _.1 HLU r.
ner, of Dunnellon, were in the city J co --- -*" -- 4..0 J LLU.ULlVlI LV UUCSlS.PROI .

today to get the election returns. Everybody is invited to attend HARD ROADS hurrah :. LANDOLT'S ORCHESTRA

the prayer meeting service at the Brought from New York to the Colonnades Last Winter, :

Charley Taylor, of the bank Methodist church tonight at 8 \V.\1.: Lucius, road will Play Twice Each Day During the Season. :, .

fruit stand, is ill and T. J. Owensis o'clock. Rev. I. S. Patterson has built nearly \" Judge Rates, $2 to $2.50 per day, $10 to $12 per week. Special

running it for a few. days. presiding elder of the Gainesville mile of hard road on the Rates to Families for the Season. AddressC.

-- district, will be present and con- and Sumnierfield line in June Stro- C. POST, Seabreeze, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Davidson duct the heat and
expense of $j 16.07. c'o' ,
returned yesterday from a few --- run by

weeks' stay at Lake Weir. Gainesville, Fla., July 18-Special "'though T '

For Rent-Large southeast train leaves Ocala 7 ::30 a. HI. ; I I -I I I I ( l< Seaside I I Inn SEABREEZE, ,
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returning, leaves Gainesville 7 p. "touch E BY THE SEA, <
ner room, furnished or unfurnished -
Apply care Star. 7-14-19 m. Fifty cents round trip, via : i n ('d OPPOSITE KEATING'S NEW CASINO AND PIER
the Atlantic Coast Line. i every This
w Handsome New Modern Hotel, situated on the FIN-

J Mr. Tillis, the turpentine man .?f Rev. I. S. Patterson, presiding : !i: lifting 1 EST SURF BATHING BEACH IN FLORIDA,

Martel, was in town today with elder is in town and will I i I of
samples of his LeConte pears. the ;Methodist church next Sunday | Important I he can

July 20, at n a. m. and 8 p. _, the i Large, airy rooms. Exchange and Dining Room overlooking '
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur cures: in.. Members of other churches tier I the ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Terms, $8

prickly heat in one application. whose pastors are out of town are II I II | Factor threw to .$1_.50 weekly. .
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Cordially invited to attend this hiipclu.- JAMES H. JOHNSON & SONS.
store. church. I I; of the \Vinter House : Grand Atlantic, Daytona, Fla.
II I I1 II I men or
Banker T. T. Munroe, who has THE PERFECT LIVER MEDT- .:-1 1I I .

Been visiting his old 1 home in New CINE I I I' Citizens Gas ,

York state, returned home yesterday I I Company
afternoon, the picture of Mrs. M. A. Jolley, Noble, 0. T.'rites ., This .
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have -
health. \ : etlsed Herbine for I

a number of years, and can chc'er- We ate Selling

Terkeeween Oil Liniment, the ully recommend it as the most

best liniment ; will not blister by ;perfect liver medicine, and the.i I .. .. 405.48 G A S RANGES
nibbing. Try it for all pains and l greatest blood purifier. It is aj: .

aches and for red; bugs and mosquito medicine of positive merit, and i) !-I I 257 On Easy Payments. Gas for Coo king is cheaper than wood or coal. \
fully accomplishes all that i : I I' No heat no dirt. Call
bites. Tydings & Co. isj I j ; at office. .
We careful .
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claimed for it. Malaria cannot ; .!
find ;: j attention to the minor ..t2 GMcIVER: "
The inspectors of the election i in a lodgment in the system & MacKAY
Ocala were supplied with all the while the liver is in perfect order, !I ,!-I of our customers' I .48

ice water, lemonade, ice cream and for one of its functions is to prevent i i i I This is an important factor ,: .\$2) ;;

cigars they had time to dispose of the absorption of fever-pro I! I estimating the value of to hear .

at the expense of the candidate ducing poisons. Herbine is a most 'i !-i I i service.Monroe. ;
efficient liver regulator. roc at ; I: : 27 --G. A. HUNTER.--
Miss Hattie Wilson, one of Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I I ; legis
Ocala's most charming young 1 ladies II i 2:!.
returned yesterday from La Lee Miller\ the efficient assistant .I Practical and Mechanical '
month's visit to :Mrs. T. J. Nixonat in :M!tin roe & Chambliss' bank, I !- \. : 19. '

Madison, where the newspaper who is recovering from a severe I 1 ; lei is- GUN
V said some very nice things about spell of sickness, will shortly go to I I I I I I ( :Math AND

J her. Tallula Falls, Ga., for a month'srest. I I II I 1i
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: We make the filling of prescriptions ; I eleven
I I Box 374, opposite City Market Ocala, Fla.
our special business, and l li SUMMER[ RATES I :, satisfied i ---1
j vrith care, promptness and low his m -
H Bankers
prices have built up a good bus;; Via Atlantic Coast Line : report if.
f.el Commercial
ness. We want your trade and Summer rates (one and one j ; : fe Bank

will be pleased to have you ask fourth fare for round trip) on sale I i Ocala ,
II .
jour physician to leave your prescriptions to all resort points. Good till October I L I I I -- } ran BRANCH OF

with Tydings & Co. vst. -- election I COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE

L. B Barlow, a prosperous fa rBEST REMEDY

mer near Evinston, was in town Fiqe Tailoring ze CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO

today as a witness in a negro nutder rFor Stomach and Bowel Troubles. with

case in that section. CountyJudge "I have been in the drug busi- By :! INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Bullock heard the .
ness for twenty years and have
REPULSIVE FEATURES, sold most all of the proprietary WorKlIleq this af DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DFPOSITS RE-

medicines of any note. Among sa'ys CEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Blackheads, pimples, greasy faces: the entire list I have never found OnGhoiccst \ 1\; .

and muddy complexions, whichar anything to equal Chamberlain's } \ Lees- I ----- ---------- ----...

so common among women, especially Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea a small I' If
girls at a certain age, destroying Remedy for all stomach and bowel OR.MOPFETTS_ Gores C !Era-lo antsDiarrhoeaDYsenttryand,
I have '
a very complete I j\1J'\ l
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beauty, and
disfiguring troubles, says O.VakefieM, Spring Samples, also a big i : ,- the Bowel Troubles of
making rep'ulsive, features whichwould of Columbus, Ga. "This remedy of Piece Goods for Suits Hill ei ,: ? _: & Children of Any Age. '
otherwise appear attractive cured two severe cases of cholera Trousers. Call and see my : 11a and I :.1 rxt Aids Digestion Regulates
and refined, indicate that the liveris morbiii in family and I have pies and have your measure for ;" 1 S A pl s1TEETHING( POWDERS) the Bo (Strengthens
my ken. Seventeen I "' + .
years in the the Child and Alaku
out of order. An. occasional recommended and sold hundreds I ness should learn your needs.Respectfully t1-.t.: ..... .i- ., Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING EASY.
dose of Herbine will cleanse the of bottles of it to my cu.stomers to i I ..t," > ;.-. Or mall 25 tuta to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D., ST. LOUIS. MO.Columbus .
bowels the liver and Gn, AIlU 21, 187 .
regulate so their entire satisfaction.
: It affords Burnett DR. C. jr. J10FFF.TTDerry Doctor: We pare your TEETUlS Teethinff
establish a clear, healthy complexion. ( i a quick and sure cure in a pleasant Jetty -:-d : Motctler) to our little grand child with the happiest result TIle effeet
were almont marjienl,ant certainly
more satl8JucfoMJ fllan
front anythlntr
I II ill' \
500. at Ant {onopoty DrugStore form." For sale b)' AntiMonopoly [ Merchant tee frfrtiHfd. Yours veru truly JUMF. '1I A. HEY ,
I Ji Jt- '(Bogy JJI / pBontherti lldlwd (..1ulreh. Pastor of St. Paul ChureU.
;. Drugstore, _
I One Door .-
North of 1 For sale
by Anti-Monojvoty Drugstore and all other leading drugstores.I z

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COUNTY TEACH- I i Colored Folks' Column

CURED D. H. Brown, Editor

I bequeath to my children Scrofula with all its ( List) Nervousness I I

attendant horrors, humiliation and suffering. This is a l j I Ocala High School-Josiah Mr. and Mrs. Middlebrook

strange legacy the to shoulders leave to posterity ; a heavy burden to Varn, W T. Gary, Miss Mattie Nervousness and loss of sleep i is; few Tampa this .week.spenta All Urinary Bladder Diseases and CURE!
place of the
upon young. Di'u sae It .
This treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hinders Van Fleat, R.V.. Van Brunt naturally caused by indigestion or The young people of the city

the growth and development of the faculties, and the Misses Hattie J. Dye, May Turn- dyspepsia. If you suffer from I met at Mt. Moriah Baptist church Anti- Ionopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla..
child born of blood poison, or scrofula-tainted parentage, these troubles there is nothing that 'and organized a literary society.
is poorly equipped for life's duties. ley, Ettie L. Cam, Fannie Clark, will relieve and cure as quicklyand The next meeting, on Monday

Scrofula is a disease with numerous and varied Xellie C. Stevens, Maggie Taylor, permanently as that standard i i night, is to be held in the Mt. Zion Fresh Fish,

symptoms; enlarged glands or tumors about the neck Blanche X. Hall.Kendrick preparation, Tyner's Dyspepsia church. All the
and armpits, catarrh of the head, weak eyes and dreadful -Miss Belle Stroble. Remedy. For all stomach trou- the young people of Lake Weir Bream and

skin eruptions upon different parts of the body show the Martin Miss Lizzie Atkison. bles it is the queen of all reme- city are invited. Trout, also all kinds of .
presence of tubercular or scrofulous matter in the blood. This For ice cold
dangerousand cream, drinks
Lowell Miss Mattie Pasteur. dies. It builds the insures Salt and Fresh
appetite Water
up -
stealthy itself
securely the system and attacks ham and eggs, meals by the day or
the bones and tissues, destroys the red corpuscles of the blood, resulting in Reddick-B. F. Stewart. easy, splendid digestion and week of the best the market affords Fish received every day.
white swelling, a pallid, waxy appearance of the skin, loss of strength anda Cottage Hill-Miss Nellie Lyles. never fails to benefit. served in Free delivery to
gradual wasting away of the body.S. Irvine-Miss Charlotte Farn- the finest st1e,1 go any part
S. S. combines both purifying and tonic properties, and is guaran bach. HOW SHE WAS CURED 'to the City Restaurant, Mrs. Alice of the city.

teed entirely vegetable,making it the ideal remedy in ton. :Mrs. T. F. Meadow, of Atlanta, I Fluett, proprietress. 7-16 tf ICE IN ANY QUANTITY

all scrofulous affections. It purifies the deteriorated Benedict Miss Lila Yonge. says : "For many years I suffered Master Rubie Nathaniel Fluett, Wm. TuckerStalls
blood, makes it rich and strong and a and
Oak Hill-Miss Emilu with dyspepsia and extreme ner- was badly burnt upon the
pennanent cure is soon effected. S. S. S. Thompson.
improves 5 and 7
City Market
vo Tyner's Remedy foot last week, is
the digestion and assimilation of food, restores the Dyspepsia getting along
lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation, bringing a healthy Shiloh Miss Carrie Sigmon. cured me perfectly and I now nicely.

color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body. Central Miss Mettie Hen- enjoy excellent health in every For first class meals, hot lunches, Patten's Sun Proof Paints

Write us about your case and our physicians will cheerfully advise and dricks, Miss Grace Milligan. way. I cannot recommend them good board by the day or week, go to Are used for painting all kinds off

6kin help you diseases in every free.possible way to regain your health. Book on blood and Ebenezer-W. F. King. too highly." the Magnolia Restaurant, corner o buildings and give best results. Soli

THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Ga.MINO'JULY Fantville-Gordon Stubbs. Price 50 cents per large bottle. Magnolia and South Second; street, by CENTRAL LUMBER CO..

'I i Rlitchton-A. T. Browning, For sale by druggists. Six bot West. Mr. Wm. Ruth, Proprietor. 1 Ocala Flo.

Mrs. Claude R. Stevens. tles for $2.50 or sent by express on The normal school, which is nowin IKE TOMPKINS

Hurricane Pond-Miss Maggie receipt of price by Tyner's Dyspepsia progress at Howard Academy,

Tompkins. Remedy Co., 107 1-2 S. has an enrollment of ten. More The All Around Hustler

Fellowship G. B, Davis, Miss! Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga. are expected next week.

Maude M. Moser. Send 5c. to pay postage for a :Mrs. G. W. Frost Is running a refreshment ]Has opened a first class fish stall No.

Cotton Plant-Miss Eula Reed. sample bottle. stand on North Magnolia 10,. in the City Market and he ask

<>A RabWsimecly Martel-Lucius P. Farmer. I street in the store formerly run by the patronage of the public In and
I out of the
Homeland} -J. W. Lyles. SEABOARD Charley Myers. For cold drinks Ice
cream and other delicacies served i In ..
Pond-Miss Janie Folks
C Buck Pond-J. L. Grantham. AIR LINE RAILWAYS the best of ryle, call on her. 5 21tf SEABOARD ,I'
pxny Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Crooks
Dunnellon-\V.. Smith, Iis Air Line Railway '
SPECIAL RATES who have been few
/ spending a
ler Canvass Daisy Milligan.
Pine Level-Miss May Pasteur. SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS NOWon days in South Carolina, returned Office of Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt.
sale at specially reduced
rates to"the last
city Saturday
leaving Seaboard
HeiIltville-Miss Josie"IcClure for Interchangeable Mileaga
round trip to prominenthealth
T same pg coinpa that a Beared c t/ic opera i use st 'Oconee;--Miss Georgia McClureCapiftet and watering resorts in the Crock Tuesday! is for Raleigh where Ir. Tickets '

season. -Miss Carrie Holly. Virginias, the Carolinas. Georgia, employed by the Spoke The Seaboard Air Line Railway has

Ucfleview-P. W. Green. Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky and and Rim Factory. placed on sale one thousand mile tickets

/Summerfield-Miss Mamie Tay other states North and West. Write tIt you want your dressers made In j at $25, which tickets are good over .
EflLE'5 / lor. for full data. tfx.25 latest style and according to the its entire system, and also over the

/ / \ Pedro-\V. L. Colbert, Miss EIa I I $ -Denver, Col., and return. most up to date fashions, carry your lines of Its Important connections,
sewing to Mrs. Francis Thomas, at representing In all approximately
# Schneider. August 22, 24, 29, 30 and 3 I.
Brass BdSuJ Dftim Orchestra. See ticket for limits her louse near the county Jail. 15,000 miles. J
Corps, \{ort King-Faunce McCully. agent and l Full information as to these ticket
I / Charter Oak other information. Mr. F. C. \Williams is againin
/ A Vie -Mrs. X. I. Paethe. may be obtained upon application to.
tle: city and will be here for
Weir Park-Elbert Stevens. 73.95 Tacoma Wash. a
and re any agent or representative of the
Ti Best aiid Clearest Colored Sho n the Candler J. M. Chaffer. turn. Tickets on sale' July 15 short, while, as he has the contractto Company.,

'k9d Admissioh; : Atfofts, 35c.; (,\i1cfrep25c Weirsclale-Miss Ellen Blodgett. to 20, inclusive, limited return do some work. ..

Mayville-Miss Harriet ing to September For good meals and the best the At the present day authorities on.
Simi 15, 1902.
Watch fq/Big Stree .IParade. market affords cooked in 'the most skin diseases concede and have dem-
... $I8.90-Monteagle, Tenn., and re .
onstrated that skin diseases
son.Linadale palatable; ;tYle; call at the restaurantnext of every
7\ .
10\ -Miss Mattie Emini- turn, on account of Monteagl
Cu rc early' and tr wont seat or )' \ to go way \ C' to Be us the Baker. Ben Fluett, nature are caused by microscopic-
0/11O' sore Sunday School Institute. Tick ,
; back\Ild sit downFresh Proprietor. 5 28 tl germs bacteria, microzyms or
Lake Bryant Miss Lillian Far- ets on sale August 8, 9, 10 and I other forms of animal decomposition.Iianccck's .
/ I" An excursion of which Rev. S.
ris. II, limited returning to August Liquid Sulphur arrests animal -
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\ '.,, Grahamville W. Ervin. 25, 1902. I decomposition: in every form, and
Eaton Creek Miss Viola lii x. $18.30-Asheville, X. C., and return and Mr. V. B. Colliermanager is an absolute destroyer of all germ
of amusements will b 2 in such; diseases as Eczema, Salt
Meat and GameWe son. on account Society American run over the Seaboard Air Lineto t Rheum, Tetter, Acne, Pimples, Ring-
\\7i1liamson-Miss Saloma Sims. Florists and Ornamental
Orlando llonda July 21St. worm, Diphtheria, Sore Throat and'
Griner Farm-Miss Mattie Horticulturalists. Tickets on Open Sores. For sale by AntiMonopoly -
keep on hand a full line of the best Beef, Pork Mutton and Lavne. I sale August 17, 18 and 19, limited For good board and comfortable Drugstore.

Sausage to be hal Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. 1\nthony-J. N. Overhultz MissSusie returning to August 25, lodging at reasonable rates, go to the

Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made. Miss Marie Tickets on sale July n Mack House on Exposition street, COOKING QY GAS
Milligan, Wil l 12, 13,
Mrs. Malissa Mack, Proprietress. 3 11r. 2 _____ Q

LOXZO WALKBR, liams.Sparr. 1902. [ Jonas Gadson has distributed We have a large supply of gas1rr.nges
ttProprietor. -Mrs. Jennie Colbert. !. 68.75 SAN FRAXCISCDand for cooking. Now Is( the time

Butcher Citra-J. F. Harrell, Miss Ruby Los Angeles, Cal., and return circulars advertising family to install them. No cooking so neat
\ .. E. Thomas. on account of biennial l meals at reasonable rates for the so comfortable, so cool and satisfac-
CIT"Y IV1A K.e: : ,
summer. tory as gas cooking. If you do your
Andalusia-:Miss Kate Lewis. meeting Knights of Pythias. work
own you get a world of satisfaction -
-- . Fort McCoy Miss P. B. Alas Tickets will be on sale Augusti For clean t beds and a first class table out of it. If you only have help
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Daisy-Emanuel Martin. to 9, inclusive, limited at a quiet house, go,to the "Yona part of the day, It Is a great labor

., Mill jog to September rettirn-I House," next door south of the old saver and gives you rest that no other
., Ww.: iV C AoIjoI (?t ..)OO( Creek-Miss Anna Wells. 30, 19< mode of
Bay Lake-Miss Lulu Priest. $18.90-MONTEAGLE, TENN., on account Bazar, Mrs. Belia Williams, Proprietress cooking can.
You try it once-you will never do
Orange Springs Misses Jank i of Monteagle Bible School. tf without a gas range. Consult your
I I NsneTenths- Tickets will be on sale July 1, 2, 3
1ERBINE Harwell and Leila Brown. Rev. A. Scott was in the city health, your pleasure and comfort and
and 23, 24 and 25, limited to August call for particulars on
t Turner Farm-Ira Beck. 30, 1902. this week on a visit to his family Citizens' Gas Co.

;1t 7i .l1 < Romeo Miss Rae Folks. $18.65-KNOXVILLE, TENN., ant return So was Rev. J. \Weston..

y of Pure Juices from Natural Roots. The white schools not mentioned account Summer School. Tickets For hot meals, lunches Ice creamor
k'J; above and all colored schools were will be sold June 16, 17, 18, 28.I. I cold drinks at all hours day or [.. ALE X A l\T D ER
the left to the superintendent to appoint 29 and 30. July-11, 12 and 13, limit night, call at the old Ike Tompkins'stand
J.J.aU i ed returning to August 15, 1902. on S. Magnolia street and get Practical
REGULATES t the Liver, Stomach and Bowes: teachers to, and the appointments Special conditions covering diverseroutes the best. Mr. Jeff Davis, proprietor. -

PeopleSuffer t the System, Purifies I the Blood will be announced in.a fewdays. and stop overs. i, 5-23-tf CARPENTER AND BUILDER

For sleeping car reservations and For board by the day or week, hot
pURES Malaria Biliousness Constipation information write lunches, Ice cream, cold drinks, etc,, Careful estimates made on all con
tract work. Gives
more and better
NEED MORE HELP John Dozier, W. W. Condon, go to the old Ike Tompkins stand on
0 IJ Weak' Stomach and Impaired Digestion. St. work for the money than any other
from Magnolia street and get
a Agent. C. T. A. man in town.
Often the over-taxed of A. O. MacDonel), A. G. P. A. Open day and night. Jeff Davis Pro
i Diseased I Rsry Bolle{ Guaranteed! t to! Eire Satisfaction organs prietor. 5 27 tf:
i: digestion cry out for help by Dys J J. A COt YER & BROTHER
: ASiGr3 UOTTL1. SMALL: DOSE.t. pepsia's pains, Nausea, Dizziness, II Mrs. Marie Ruth an experienced ,

1.J\/pl/ i| Pi ice, SO Cents. Headaches, Liver complaints and I I cateress, has opened her restaurantice .
I I Bowel CASTOR cream and cold drinks counter i n SUITS FROM: EIGHT DOLLARS' UP
f !) Prepared by JAMES P. BALLARD SL Louis. Mo | disorders. Such troubles I ,the Mitchell block. When hungry or --
call for the For Infants and Children.
:-G&WWQQ *W }0 .J'&i tr0 }fwe r4Ki''s{ { l ( 4r 0efrFr3( 43 prompt use of Dr. I ]needing something cold to keep the Material Unequs'led for the Prig

King's New Life Pills. They are I The Kind You Have Always Boughll I temperature down, call on her and -
For sale br Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores ;
gentle, thorough and guaranteedto : she will satisfy your appetite and your CLEANING DYEING AND REPAIR

cure. 25 cents at the AntiMonopoly Bears theSignature I J purse. 5 28 tf ING NEATLY
---- "#-.1--- DONE:
Drugstore. of VU I.I
To the Advanced Pupils of Howard Spring Samples In Great Variety for \

TO YASHINGCONAwl EUREKAThe Acaaemy and Others Inspection \
This is 10 inform you that I have : BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEYIN
return, $43.75 from Ocala via the SEABOARD AIR The people of this place were secured :ooms up stairs In the old TOWN
For the Round trip to Portland, Seattle
delighted to see the fine rain Sunday Bazaar building for the of
RAILWAY, all rail, or via Norfolk and steamer, on sale daily, lint,- and Tacoma via Missouri purpose
afternoon. Pacific Railway teaching night school In all English Our ]$8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike

itcd to return October 31. Trains leave Ocala at I :31 a. m. and Mr. Irvin Wellhouser, of Silver branches. I will also teach the Ben
Tickets on sale July 15th to 20th, NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
Springs, was in our midstVednes- Pittman system of short hand and
with final limit of September 1ith.Dh.erse .
11152 a. in. day to procure men to take to We- routes and stop-over allowed. type writing. My terms are as follows Ned Door to Geo. K' Robinson, the

The Seaboard has on sale su miner excursion tickets to all principal kiva river, where he has moved his This line takes you through the heartof : Short hand, per month $2; Cotton BuyerP.
log camp. He left many friendsto the Rockies. A golden opportunityto two lessons each week. Type writ O. BOX 134
visit the Pacific Coast. Send tor
summer resorts. regret his departure.Mr. maps, pamphlets, etc., toI. ing, fall course, $5. Literary studies, -
and Mrs David Sherouseare E. Rehlander, T. P. A., per month, $1. LOUISVILLE and NASHVILLE RY.,
Call ticket office door office
at city next to post or write to
visiting their relatives here. July 20 Chattanooga, Tenn Tuesday and Thursday nights at -offersUNEXCELLED -

JOHN DOZIER, Agent. \V. W. CONDOM, The people of this place gave a 8 o'clock. T. L. McCoy, Instructor.NO SERVICE

Ocala, Fla. C. T. A fish fry at the river and caught a TEXAS and FAST TIME,

quantity of nice trout. The Land of Many Crops SUBSTITUTE WANTED
A. O. atAcn O ELL, A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fia. :Mr. and Mrs.[ James Gillis are to
reached via Memphis and the
u visiting relatives at Daisy. Iron Mountain Route. Two train" No'! I did not ask for a bottle any

--- cheaper, or twice as large, or one EVANSVILLE, CHICAGO,
daily reclining cars (seats free)
SOUTHLAND BABBITRIESOCALA : <%I am using a box of Chamber- and standard Pullman Sleeping Oars made by yourselves. I did ask for LOUISVILLE, ST. LOUIS,
I and will not have any substitute for
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets I through to Dallas, Fort Worth and FJ Perry Davis' Painkiller; I have used CINCINNATI,

,- and find them the best thing for Paso; without change this line also it, my father used it and I would not And All Points West and Nofthwtst.MOBILE .
FLA. m stomach I used T. reaches Arkansas, Oklahoma, Indian
my ever says be surprised if my grandparents did NEW ORLEANSAnd
| W. Robinson, justice of the peace. Territory Arizona. New Mexico and so, too; there is no imitation that can
Dealers and Breed All Points SouthwestFor
in Imported Fancy Loomis Mich. These Tablets not California. Books and pamphlets de-I equal it. That I am sure of-for

only correct disorders of the stomach scriptive of the Western states stomach ache.

. BELGIAN HARES. but regulate the liver and bow- A postal card will do it. WriteI. I schedules, rates and sleeping car

SOME RECENT IMPORTATIONS: Queen Lipton, Yorkshire Less D ash L I els. They are easy to take and E. Rehlander, T. P. A., I The best is NU ALLY'S, because reservations, apply to

Duke William Write for Information. Chattanooga, Tenn I it is fresh. J. M. FLEMING, Fla. Pass. ,
Wonder, King Wantage. us pleasant in effect. Price 25 cents I : always \Ve keepit ; At

I per box. For sale by the AntiMonopoly fresh because we order it every 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Lila
Pyny-Balsam Stops the Tickling I
W. !. MORTON. Manager. Drugstore tnd Quickly allay inflamoatip?in Uw tiroat week The Postoffice Drugstore. C. L. STONE. G.P.A., Louisville, TRJ

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EVENING'STAR THE RESULT Salt Springs, Orange Springs, Ft.

McCoy and Linadale.It AND
BITTINGER and COMPANY Continued. from First Page.) is very evident that all the MOl V EFt MAIKAY'Leading

' Proprietors and Publishers members of the board of county

commissioner, Ed Wartmann 62. commissioners are re-elected. ,- .

C. L.. BITTINGER, L. S. Light 5.
Editor and Business ManagrR. Anthony : State senate, Brown Furniture Dealers'of Central! and
28, Chambers 44, Zewadski 16;; [Up to 4:30 this morning the returns -

R. CARROLL, City Editortnttred legislature, Bullock, 34, Floyd 27, nominate Wells and McNa-

at the Ocala Postoffice Mathews 10, Strozier 47 ; county mee for the legislature and Ex- ---- )Southern F1ofida.- -

Second Class Matter. as commissioner, Wartmann 50.Light Gov. Mitchell county treasurer, .
5.Stantorj. while Phillips leads Turmon for .
-II I I : State senate, Brown district attorney. The old board : We have a complete stock of everything

POSTPONED I 8, Chambers 10, Zewadski I ; legislature of county commissioners are re- .
Bullock 2, Floyd 10 elected. to be imagined in the Furniture Line. -

The Hoard of Trade meeting is i Mathews 3, Strozier 20. For supreme court, Judge W al! Our stock is
|stjoned l until Tuesday evening, Belleview : Supreme court jus in his home county received '1320 new, up-to-date, attract- Ak

I *Fulv'. 22.THE tice, Hocker 20; comptroller, votes and Hocker 792. This is official ive, and, in quality the Very Best. We -
Croom 8, McCall 10; state senate, from 19 precincts in a total

BOSS WORM MEDICINE Crown 6, Chambers 6, Zewadski. of 32. also have a large stock of Turpentine .
7; legislature, Bullock 5, Floyd 7,: KevVest. gave Wall 570 t toHocker's Wagons Farm .
Mathews Strozier district 32. Wagons Buggies Car-
II. P. Kumpe, Druggist, Leighton, 17 5 ; \ ,

Ala., writes : "One of my customers attorney Pedro,: Allred Supreme 12, justice Carter, 4.Hock LAMARFor riages, Saddles, Double and Single

had a child, which was Congress in the third district,
sick, and threw up all food, could er 16,2-.McCall Wall i ; comptroller state Croom is way in the lead over his compet. \4,,{ Harness, Baby Carriages, Go-Carts;
14; senate,
retain nothing on its stomach. He itors flyers and Beard. Good for
Brown f\ etc. In fact ;
bought one bottle of White's 19, Chambers 8, Zewadski Lamar. we have almost any:. ,

Cream Vermifuge, and it brought 4; legislature, Bullock 23, Floyd 3, The election
Jacksonville is
ask for.
Mathews 8 and Strozier district very you can Come
25 i us.
up 119 worms frpm the child. It's I close. At 4 a. m'. Tom Stockton
attorney, Allred Carter 6. '
the boss worm medicine in the 25
was slightly ahead of his brotherin .
Sparr: State senate, Brown ,
world. White's Cream 5 ,
Vermi the, senatorial race and it will
fuge is also the children's tonic. Zewadski 6, Chambers 4; legisla take official returns to decide the QUALITY THE BEST ,
It improves their digestion and assimilation ture, Bullock 5, Floyd 3, .Mathews contest. ,
10, Strozier tt.
of food, strengthenstheir At home it looks as if Chambers
Candler: Supreme court, Hock
nervous system and restores would poll more votes than PRICES THE
them to the health, vigor and elas er 9 ; comptroller, Croom 7; Mc Brown and Zewadski combined. LOWEST

ticity of spirits natural to child Call i ; railroad commissioner Moss Bluff: Senate, Brown 7,
hood. 25c. at Anti-)Ionopoly Browne 7, Burr 9; state senate, Chambers Zewadski AC
n, 3 ; legislature KCIVER:
Drugstore. Chambers 8, Zewadski i ; legislature ,
Bullock Mathews
Bullock 10 Floyd 9, -
5, Strozier 8 ; district I;
6 and Strozier 18.
Violet Scented Talcum Powder, attorney, Allred 9. :Mr. Jno. B. Floyd returned
Martel : State senate, Brown
d to relieve chafing, prickly hear: home this afternoon, but Mr. .
etc., ioc., for ;3, Chambers 15, Zewadski 6; legis ;
3 25c. Tydings Si lature Chambers remained over to get the
Co. Bullock 9, Floyd 6, Math full returns.
ews 19, Strozier 14; district attor

When your family goes awavfor ney, Allred 23 and Carter i. (Concluded- on Third Page.) Gadson'sU

a visit of a week or for severalmonths I AT 1:30: P. M.

try boarding at the ClubHouse
Fifteen ,
precincts had been heard l
J. II. Vereen, proprietor> from and the
vote -
on senaforstood '
north side square.

After July 1st we will have on Brown: . s. . . .30* ) 1 I Ih Io

hand a full stock of fine stationery Chambers . .' . .4 X)

pens, inks, pencils, mucilagesand Zewadski . . . . .
all other things in this line. FOR LEGISLATURE ,
Be pleased to remember this. 11.
dings & Co. Ty Bullock . . . . .4t 18 rV:,

Floyd . . . . 353 ,I

CURES SCIATICARev. Mathews . . . . .392 ,

Strozier . . . . .549 \
W. L. Riley, LL.D.; Cuba, .
.New York, writes: "After fifteencla's I The combined senatorial vote of The powder puff may help to hide the : ,
of Marion and Sumter counties are: ravages of time but it avails little to hide "N .
excruciating pain from Brown, Chambers the ravages of disease. When the faceis :
444 ; 646
sciatic rheumatism, under varioustreatments ; disfigured by eruptions, the treatmentmust ;
Iras induced to try: Zewadski, 252. It is understoodthat go below the surface to the blood,
Mallard's Snow Liniment, the first some of Brown's heavy precincts which is corrupt and impure. A Multiplicity of Bargains .
are not yet in. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discoverycures : .
application giving first relief, which
my disfiguring eruptions are
It will .
and the second, entire relief. I take another day or twoto caused by impure bloou. It cures sera,
can give it unqualified get final returns to settle the fulous sores, erysipelas, boils, pimples,
recommendation. vexed I eczema, salt-rheum and other eruptive At
25c.. 5oc. and $i at A nALLRED diseases which impure blood breeds and / TheB aar St re.
ti-Monopoly Drugstore.For STRICTLY IX 1 T"i k
was troubled with eczema from the crownof "- .
A dispatch received by Mr. NeilM. my head to the soles of my feet.writes Mrs .
fresh cuts burns and opensores Ella Quick, of Cass City, Tuscola Co., Micli"Could -. --- ..
Allred at I 2 ::45 this afternoonfrom not walk at times nor wear my shoes .. "
use Hanco k's Liquid Sulphur. \,
there for '
Thought was no help me-at least the
For sale by Anti-Monopoly 1 Hernando I county gives All-1 doctor said there was none.. I went to see
} red 228, Carter Hocker Friends at Christmas time and there heard of Regular Summer '
Drugstore. 52 ; 178 the good that Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery every the past 18
and Wall 98 and only two had done for them, and was advised to .
try it at once. For fear that I might neglect it -'
I f you want to go to Atlantaawful to hear from. my friend sent to the village and got a bottleAnd :: years, I have given. a 'great
The from made me promise that I would take it. I
cheap on the third, ask news Alachua county had been getting worse All the time. I took
thirteen bottles of the 'Golden Medical Discovery' /
is -
about it this office. equally cheering.
at .
and ten vials of Ur. J>erce's Pleasant Pellets I .
Summerfield: State senate.Brown I and used All-Healing Salve,' which madea Reduction Sale. ,
complete cure. It was slow,but sure. I was
Keep cool under the fans at the 7, Chambers 13, Zewadsski taking the medicine about eight months."I ", ..
would say to all who read this; try Dr.
Postoffice Drugstore while drinking 7; legislature, Bullock n. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery before wasting \
their unmatchable soda. Floyd 10, Mathews n, Strozier time and money" As Usual Ve -
are now Cutting Prices all
.. The sole motive for substitution is to on Qoodsprioi
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20.PRECINCTS permit the dealer to make the little moreprofit ;\
regular to the New X.
Mosquito nets, and two kinds of REPORTED paid by the sale of less meritoriousmedicines. my trip
patent improved frames at Mclvcr He gains; you lose. Therefore \ York Market for FalL Goods. \ ,
& MacKav's. Ocala, Cotton Plant, Lake Weir.Grahamville accept no substitute for "Golden ., ._._____
Citra, Anthony.Stanton. Medical Discovery." \ _
Belleview, Pedro, Can Dr. Pierce's Pellets cleanse the cloggedsystem
A few Sulphur applications will cure of Hancock'sLiquid : filer, Redclick.; Martel, Blitchtobatty n. from accumulated impurities. '-{ Old Must Hake Room For New,.
any caseof -

Arlti ground-lol1opoly itch. Drugstore.For sale by the nellon SI brove.McIntosh Lamp, Kendrick izzaru,, Moss uun- GRAFTER GATESA { -......- a: Hence our Price Cutting.

m 11 tT. .
letter from Anthony. Fla., to -' ,. .
For Sale-A home on LakeVeil' XOT YET REPORTED i the Morning News says'thai.. J. L. -. A few China
pieces and Susah
\ will Silks
; sell at a bargain my Flemington, Fairfield, Romeo O. Gates who is in jail here for
nine room house, all'nicely fur- robbing bathing houses at T>bee / cent goods cents.
nished. Near the Lake and Weir and who has claimed to come from 50 for 35

Perk depot. Geo. Russell, PROFESSIONAL CARDSR. Ocala, is well known in Anthonywhere Our
Special l Silk Novelty Waist Goods
\Veir Park, Fla.
his home is, and that he has ,

Cut this out and take it to the D. FULLER, been committing all sorts of depredations 60 cent goods for 39, ents.
there ever since his-
Anti- lonopoly Drugstore and X
box of Chamberlain's Stomachand geta DENTIST.Office childhood. The letter also say? A New Lot Ladies Bleached Vests
that Gates had to leave Anthony i in ,
Liver Tablets. The best physic. Over Munroe & Chambliss Bank
Thealso I 1898. as a warrant was issued i in Worth 10 cents V
correct disorders of now-5-cents.
the stomach: Price 25 cents. OCALA .. .. ... .. FLORIDAJ. December of that year charginghim .

with burglarizing the d-ug- Finest and besrfline ladies'

Coke Slia.npoo and Toilet Soap E. CHACE, lore of Dr. D. A. Smith and stealing : pocket=book

! for the hair scalp and skin cleans, DENTAL SURGEON. I ,a July gold 16. watch.SavannahXews. Ocala.., were 75C now 48 cents.
beautifies. For sale by AntiMonopoly II I \

Drugstore. I Office OCALA Upstairs Commercial FLORIDA BankBldg MOTHER ALWAYS KEEPSIT ; Prices cut to the bone on Hosiery, Laces

Remember the excursion to TERMS CASH HAXDY and Embroidery.

Gainesville! July 18th. Special: I ,
My mother suffered a longtime
train leaves Ocala i:30 a. m. ; returning W. H. MAREAN, M. D. from distressing pains and \ Straw Hats for alt'at half value:
leaves Gainesville!
i p. in. general ill health due primarily tc' "
Fifty cents for round trip, via At- HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND indigestion," says L. W. Spalding.Ytrona. Ladies' Sailors were 750 now 48c.Allen's .
lantic Coast
Line. SURGEON Mo. "Two years ago 1got i Tin Box talcum Powder
50.Boy's .
Special attention given to the treatment her to try Kodol.. She grewbetter .
G. J. Ilaygood now of Osteen. of Chronic Diseases and Diseases at once and now at the age straw hats worth
now ioc.
Fla., but
a former citizen of Mica- Women and Children. of ,
seventy-six eats anything she
nopy antI Ocala, passed through Ocala Fla. wants remarking that she fears> no Men's Straw Hats, 65' Kind for: 39C.
town yesterday his St.

Petersburg f to enjoy wato its Gulf Office hours over Tydings from 8 a.Drugstore.m. to 12 Office m.-; had Kodol effects she" has Don't her wasH bottleof > Regular $ .Shirts, Selling for 6oc.

breezes and salt water bathing. from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. time doctoring symptoms. Go after .
All Sizes in Decorated Water Milk
the cause. If your stomachsound is .-' or PitchersSelling
Wanted Men to learn our health! will be a at Cost. ""--- "
your goodKodol -== ,
business. Splendid profession fir DR. J. W. HOOD, rests the stomach and _

]poor position man. Short time preparesfor Physician and SurgeonResidence strengthens the body by digestingyour /=/ See Us Before You Buy Decorated Crockery.
or conducting your food. It is nature's owi / "
own business. Some wages from N,. 19 Herbert Street tonic. Anti-Monopoly DrugstoreHigh / F. P. GADSON "-
start. Tools
presented, positions Phone No. 84 ,

guaranteed. Write today. Moler[ Offtc with Dr. E. Van Hood Grade Spices only, at the Next Door to Anti-Monopoly

Barber College, New Orleans, Lat phone No. 11 _0_ Postoffice Drugstore. Drug Store.'f The Ocala Bazaar.


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city council held its regular AT THE CITY MARKET
meeting last night. Members

DAILE'S SAUSAGE. present: President J. M. Barco; I Jx fi In Favor Leading Wholesale &: Retail Butcheis

I HORSE SHOE BRAND OF Councilmen I L C. Jones, R. E. ,5 I tr .
Yonge, Sr., A. G. Gates and T. J. i ---- --
CANNED HAM, SLICED Owens. ii Hocker and Allred are Evidently
The clerk read the report of the Elected
BREAKFASTBACON. financial status of the electric light
plant, which was published in the CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON.

Star, showing that it was a profit- Chambers Leads for State Senate FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 10ft
investment city. and Brown is Second
SAUCE. He also presented his report of -

BOLOGNA SAUSAGE. the expenditures of the city, in accordance SODAWATER YOU'LL LIKE OCALA HOUSE CAFE .
with a wise suggestionmade ZEWADSKI IS DEFEATED .
... QUEEN OLIVES, and also the by President Barco, from There isn't any better sodawa.ter .
than what make becausewe ,The attention of the citizens of Ocala and vicinity as well as the trav*
to we ,
July July ,
i eling public is respectfully called to the fact that during the su'mmer'mo
SALT MACKEREL. the city had expended in that know how to make it, what tp Candidates for Lower House Ran ths the Ocala House is operated on the European plan and the high,
time $25,341.04 and the amount of put in it, how to serve it, and that'Swhat standard of the winter maintained. "
DEVILED CRABS. ad valorem taxes collected for makes the beverage we sell in a Bunch The following items from the menu card show how reasonable the prices ''
have been made:
THREE AND FIVE POUND 1901 was 1493373. Amount of so popular.Not The is far the Soup ..... ..................... 15c Sirloin Steak (Western) with.
outstanding scrip July, 1901, $17.- a bit of a trick about it, agony over so as Iced Tomatoes ... lOc.I Vegetables.... .............. lie. '
CROCKS of PRESERVESAT 116.16, while the amount of scrip only careful attention to givingyou first primary goes, but it is still on Green Corn (on:cob) :::::::::::: lOC: Mutton Chops, with Fried Potatoes -

outstanding July, 1902, was $22- the best beverage.T. in tearful spasmodic action on the Half Chicken with vegetables ... 60e. ........ .......'..'J' ... .. 60c.:

THE TEAPOT GROCERY 785.89. W. TROXLER part of those candidates that see Roast Prime Ribs Western Beef Mutton Chops, with Vegetables.. 60c.
........ .........
Some discussion followed from (with vegetables) ... .......50c. Ham and Eggs 25c.
the fact that the city was spendingmore the hand writing on the wall to "go Vegetables-New Potatoes. Green Eggs to Order ...........*...... 10a
STOVE WOOD STOVE WOOD than it was receiving and increase the way back and sit down." The elec- Beans, Squash, Beets Cabbage Tea, Coffee Milk Buttermilk Ice
and for money the fiscal the large earning capacity tion, so far as it-refers to Ocala! Rice and all others in season. Tea .... .,. .......'......,.., 1Oo.
past to of the electric .
year city plant,
and this Sirloin Steak (Western) with Pies, Ice Cream, Etc. \
and the
For Stove Wood, phone or drop a amount of nearly $5000, a state of which election, on resolution, was county, was quiet Fried Potatoes ..... .......... 50c. Fruits In Season
card to the OCALA SPOKE AND affairs that vote was not near up to the qualified
was not very pleasantto set for September 2d. It was also
RIM FACTORY. State length of and will be voters. Ocala precinct had F EDWARDS
contemplate steps ordered that the council would J. Prop.
wood desired. and There
taken to correct this excess of outgo meet in adjourned session August 420 polled 335. was
work done for the ,
some respective
to income. ,
29th to revise the city registrationbooks. '
Sweet also Hot Peppers at the The matter of calling the elec- candidates, but in a quiet manner.
Hole in the Wall. tion for bonds 'to Messrs. Isaac Stevens, \Vill Gary '
to vote city enREMEh16.ER City Clerk Dozier will make
an account in connection with the up John Reardon and Charlie SURF CREST HOUSE I IE
:Mathews had charge of the polls
and of the
resources liability city
and ran the same through the day
sources from which the city rev-
THE without a noon recess. and the legal ...
enues are derived and with a summary --:2.
hours called for.
of expenses of fiscal year Early the citizens began to congregate Seabreeze by the Sea. Directly, on the Beach: ,
__ ._ ,,,, ending July 1st will be publishedin
='::2r """" -'- in the house
court to
the Star for the information of receive 150 Feet South of Keating's Casino and Pier .
the returns, but the counting
the taxpayers. process was slow, and the returns Private Bath Houses. Open the YearaRound.
F Complaint was made by :Mrs.
from the outside
Yereen her place of horses all day standing and creating in frontof slower, although precincts Joe Lancasterhad were RATES $8 TO. 812 PER. WEEK. r
SALE raised funds to telegraphic
CLEARANCE nuisance. The marshal was directed and telephone messages secure all- Cool, Delightful Rooms. First Class Table Board.A. .
to see that it was abated.
over the county and over the state. S. SPANGLER
Complaint was also made of de- Prop.
The court room at all times from
fective sidewalks in several placesin
much frequented portions of the 7. to 11 o'clock when the count. for. Seabreeze- "- .,. Fla.:_
marsnal I the Ucala precinct was completed
city and the was requested
contained a large sized crowd, andit
to notify property owners to repaIr DAY 'PHONE 117 NIGHT 'PHONE 39
was the hottest place this side of
same'at once. .
Where you save Council then adjourned to hear sheol.' LIDDON & COMPANY
Charley Brown was running a
the election returns at the court ,
blackboard on which all the names

2Qpercent. house. of candidates. and precincts were .
ACTS IMMEDIATELYColds placed. and as fast as the returns GENERAL LIVERYMEN

came in they were recorded, and
dozens outside, of the railing took ,
On every Purchase ofMen's are sometimes more troublesome -
in summer than in winter. copy, while others watched the Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps, Drummer'Carryalls

It's so hard to keep from addingto Ocala counters as they sang "one : Saddle Horses, etc.
Ladies' and Children's. them while cooling off after ex for Brown, one for Chambers, one :
ercise. One Minute Cough Cure for Strozier, one for Edwards," Fine Vehicles, Fast Horses
and down the and tedious
cures at once. Absolutely safe. so on long

Acts immediately. Sure cure for: list. Horses and Mules for Sale.
coughs, colds, croup, throat and Ocala gave the following vote:
troubles. Anti S. Mallory: [ senator, 255 ; S. M.
Wearing Apparel lung Monopoly
Horses boarded by the month at special rate
Drugstore. Sparkman. representative, 249V.;
i A. Hocker supreme court, 297; J. .
SUMMER RATES B. Wall supreme court, 16; H. C. LIDDON & co. ,

-- Crawford, secretary of state, 250:
(oo) | The St. Denis Hotel is making ;t A. C. Croom. comptroller, 242; I. Ocala Florida.
-- rate for the summer as follows: J. McCall, comptroller 57; rail-

Table board, $4 per week; room I. road commissioner J. B. Browne.
and board, $5 to $7 per week; sin- 139: R. H. Burr 186, H. E. Day
Since this sale was inau- gle meals 25 cents And it is 66, J. G. Ward 80 and X. J. Whit- ATTENTION "
good enough for the best. ner 48; state senator, C. M.
Mrs. D. E. Peacock, Brown 1 i6, W. J. Chambers 118 Farll1ers

gurated ten days we have Proprietress. and W. K. Zewadski 91 ; legisla- ., .
ago ture, R. B. Bullock 127, J. B. NDStockmeii
FIXE GUITAR FOR SALEA Floyd '5, G. G. Mathews 157 and\

sold more goods than'any G. J. Strozier 156; district attorney ..
beautiful instrument, deep X. M. Allred 298 S. L. Car-
and rich tone, polished solid oak ter 27; tax collector, E. P. Thag- You know and appreciate the nee d of hay. With a little attention you

month previous. body, only slightly used, cost $18at ard, 308; tax assessor, Alfred can easily supply your wants. Get a

wholesale. Owner has not timeto Aver, 295 ; county treasurer, Thos. Mower
\ enjoy it.Vill part with it for Pasteur, 291 ; county commissioner Deering F

half of original cost, $9. Call at first district, J. L. Edwards
J Star office and see it. 289; county school board, G. S.

Scott, 250.Cotton .

., SWIM WITH THE CURRENTIt's ATTENTION, ATTORNEYS come in, at Plant the hands was the of Hon.first I

\V. where Hocker
After this week JudgeV.. 6. Long Judge received -

Bullock will close his office and go 28 votes and his competitor, (VA\ MtI: %t -U'
to the seashore for rest and recreation J. B. Wall i ; state senate, Brown I
6. Chambers 19 Zewadski n ; leg- .
islature, Bullock 17, Floyd 7, ti t s/SW.
:Mathews 25, Strozier 20; district 'Yi
Running Toward attorney, Allred 29, Carter 4; .
And say some other salve, ointment school board, :M. S. Moser 13 and
l lotion, oil or alleged healer. B. R. Blitch 21.
is as good as Bucklen's Arnica Lake Weir: For state senator.
"- Salve, tell him thirty years of Brown 8, Chambers 11 and Ze

marvelous cures of Piles Burns, wadski i : legislature, Bullock 2.
Boils Corns, Felons, Ulcers, Cuts
THE BOSTON STORE Floyd Mathews 3, Strozier 20::
Scalds Bruises and Skin Erup- state attorney, Allred, 12.
tions prove it's the best and cheapest. Grahamville: Supreme justice, 1I, .

25c. at Anti-Monopoly: Drug- Hocker 57.'all i : state senate .
store. Brown 32. Chambers 6, Zewadski \

12: legislature. Bullock 39. Floyd
Ocala, l Iorida.In Patton Sun Proof PaintsAre ;-. :Mathews II and Strozier 49:I II The Best Machine in the WorldThey
used for painting all kinds of I district! attorney Allred 49 and.
cost but a trifle compared w ith the money they will make you.
buildings and give best results. Sold I Carter .
3.Citra We are headquarters for the DEERIN: G MOWING MACHINE. Come and
. .-. .-. .-. . by CENTRAL LUMBER CO., State senate. Brown 6,
: examine them and will buy one. We also have Hay Rakes.
,,! . ..! !. . . Ocala, Fla. you
Chambers Zewadski 16
legislature -
44 ;
CASTOnXA. Bullock 34. Floyd 27. HUBBARD & MACDUFF

trading with us you contribute to the profit :Bears Kmd; YrHZfI:: Alwm-..- I: r I I :Mathews 10. Strozier 47; county

and volume of your own pocketbook. :ot ctTte L.f.!/:rT. :.Y: I (Concluded on Second Page. Dealers General Hardware, Sash Doors Blinds and Screens, Etc" .Etc.e. .

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