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
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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BITTINGER and COMPANY It is notable that in the despondency ,
caused uy womanly diseases, there seems Chambers . . . .481'rown f
Proprietors and Publishers I to many a suffering woman no way of of . . . . .395

C. L. BITTINGER, life escape itself.from It pain would except t,>e at sad the to price record /ewadski . . .. .260 Leading Furniture DealSouthern Central and

Editor and Business Manager such a story of struggle and suffering except LEGISLATURE _
for the fact r .
that in such dire bullock . . . . .521
R. R. CARROLL, City Editor distress many a hillock . . . . 519 > Fiosfi .

Postoffice aa I woman has Mathews . . . . .485 _
Entered, at the Ocala found a
Second Class Matter. I back to health way I Floyd . . . . .414
", andhappinessbythe We have a complete st of everything .
.. use of Dr. There are four precincts yet to .

NEIL M. ALLRED Pierce's Favorite. hear from, namely, Salt Springs, to be imagined in tjfe FJufnitu L 11e. r
Romeo, Fort McCoy and Martin
great remedy whose is small.. Our stock is '(:
vote iip-to-date
I comparatively n w attract- .
\Vhile it was the hope and wish for womanly \Jt.: ;
'. I We understand Mr. .
of county nearly tp every see this voter young in man Marion win ills called send has to well weak"A been god-aud B. Bullock figures out that Raymond he is ive, and, in/ tiality, the Very Best. We 1 ':j,;

in his contest for district attorney, sick women." It '- nominated as well as Mr. Strozier also have a large stock of Turpentine t
establishes regularity ." \ and there will be no second pri-
for the
they were not prepared J
dries weak lug drains, heals iri-
overwhelming victory that his. fei mary. '. Wagons Farm Wagons Buggies Car-
was flammation and lceration and cures 4 ..'
While they felt almost certain he male weakness It makes weak women;
would defeat his opponent awl strong and si k women well. t TWENTY FIVE HUNDRED rages, Saddles, Double and Single :

knew full well that Marion county dead."Your"writes medicine}irs. Edwin almost H.raised Gardner me of from Egypt the.; Harness Baby Go-Car
would almost be a unit for him,I PljraouthiCo.,,Mass.,had Box 14. all"My urine was and At noon today Judge W.'s i. -\J I Carriages, .,
like bnckfdofct and I pain over me
the information came as a distinct such\a dragging feeling it seemed I could not do [ friends received word 1 etc. In fact we have almost
house work. I had to sit down to wash the From anything ,
my that he
surprise that he had carried every dishes, ,..'en. In the year 1807 I was so sick I Jacksonville was
county in his district, not omitting did God not would,care take to live me.and One prayed day many I found times a little that about 2500 votes ahead of Judge you can ask for. Come see us.
Alachua, the home of his book. | read it and wrote to Dr. Pierce,and in Wall. There are about 300 small
county a few days received an answer. I decided to try .. '
opponent, Syd L. Carter. hi*medicine,and to-day I am a well woman. I precincts to be heard from and ,
backache, no headache, no pain at all. -
11 Mr. Allred deserves his victory.He I have used no always* to have headaches previously to JudgeVall would have to get an /

has ability and character awl the roll monthly on th\floor period in agony.and such I pain took that three I bottles would average majority of about 8 votesto QUALITY ThE BEST '

we know he will do his duty man- of Dr. PieVce's Favonte Prescription and threeof : the precinct to recover his lost .. : .
Golden\ edical Discovery,and three vials
fully and as the law directs. The of Dr. Pierce Pleasant PeUgts, and was completely ground.
Star extends congratulations. cured." RICES I TW E LOWEST
Accept no substitute for"Favonte Pre POISONING THE SYSTEM .. :
scription." There is nothing just as good.Dr. ;1"
POSTPONED Pierce's Common Sense Medical I-
Adviser-sent free on receipt of stampsto It is through the bowels that the

The Board of Trade meeting is 21 cover one-cent expense stamps of for mailing the book paper Send body is cj'ans ftfNJmpurities.. MdIVEP&MAcZY:

|postponed until Tuesday evening. covers; or 31 stamps for the cloth bound Constipation keeps thesV poisonsin t
July 22.THE I! volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce the system, causing headache,

I Buffalo, N. V.SUMMER. dullness R nji melancholia at first I \

BOSS WORM MEDICINE then unsightly}y eruptions and final- .

RATESVia ly serious illness unless a remedyis ,
is ap .'' DeWitt's Little Early
H. P. Kumpe, Druggist, Leighton, Gadson's
Atlantic Coast Line Riser. prevent this trouble by
Ala., writes : "One of my customers and
stimulating the liver promote
Summer rates (one and one-
had child which
a was
\ sick, and threw up all food, could fourth fare for round trip) on sale easy;}healthy action of the bowels. .
These little do vio-
pills not act
retain nothing on its stomach. He to all resort points. Good till October
lentlyi but by strengthening the
bought bottle of White's 31St. IUH H 1HI
.. one : I bowels enable them/to perform :
Cream Vermifuge, and it brought I I ... -_-
their < wn work. Never gripe ordistresssAnti
up 419 worms from the child. It's REPULSIVE FEATURES, I I
Monopoly Drug- DAT1 IW
the boss" worm medicine in the Blackheads, pimples, greasy faces store.

world. White's Cream Vermi and muddy complexions, whichare
is also the children's tonic.
fuge I so common among women, especially A GOOD PROMOTERWake
]It improves their digestion and asisimilation I certain de-
girls at a age,

of food, strengthens I stro)ing beauty, disfiguring and Wells, the machine man, 1flAi.fl1!

their nervous system and restores making repulsive, features which r i is a leader when it comes to pro- Hi
them to the health, vigor and elas- would otherwise appear attractive moting publicity of an importantor .

ticity of spirits natural to child] and refined, indicate that the liveris I interesting event. He contrib- j,

hood. 25c. at Anti-Monopoly of order. An occasional -
out I uted $15 toward securing the election -

Drugstore. dose of Herbine will cleanse, the returns and posted the same in

bowels, regulate the liver' and so front of his office. _
Violet Scented Talcum Powder, i establish a clear, healthy complex- A Multiplicity of Bargains ,.

to relieve chafing, prickly heat i ion. 5oc. at Anti-Monopoly. Drug GONE TO TALLAHASSEEC. ,

etc., ioc., 3 for 25c. Tydings Si store.

Co. M t.* Brown received a letter ', ore
At The Bazaar St
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Wanted Men to learn our from Tallahassee today, stating : a
When your family goes awaY business. Splendid profession for that: a meeting of the capital commission -
for a visit of a week or for several poor man. Short time prepares is called for July 18. Mr. ,

months at the ClubHouse ... .......
try boarding for position or conducting your Brown left today to be present at -- ,
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J. H. Vereen, prpprietor. own business. Some wages from the: meeting, as business of impor- f, 'tP" '''..-..,.

north side square. start. Tools presented, positions tance is to be transacted. He will ,
.I guaranteed. Write today. Moler return Saturday. ; Regular every Sumnierljor the past 18

HELDFOR MURDER Barber College, New Orleans, La years, I Ixhaye" given avgreateduction / .
Remembe the excursion to
Bullock heard the / /
County Judge SPECIAL/CANDY NOTICE Gainesville ;JuJy i8th. Special J/J .! "
cas of Adgcr Walker, colored, for ?' A-
well : train leaves QcMa 7:30: a. m. ; returning .
Dealers in this vicinity will do
the murder of Joe Dean, also colored I .
the l.e yes Gainesville 7 p. in. )
to write j6r call on c. H. Dame ,; -
several weeks 1 .J' J1'eJ -
Ocala andy man, in : reference to Fifty cents for round trip, via Atlantic J\ "
ago. Walker was remanded to "
jail without bail, for the t grand supplying i them with taffy. candy. He J2oast Line. As Usua/were now Cutting Prices on all s
makes I the best, any kind and the
jury to consider his case. prices re\right and the freight or McCREARYVON to my regular trip to the New '
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CURES SCIATICARev. express\rates lower than from Jacfc- /prl0v.York Market for Fall Goods. .
sonviie\r Palatka. 3 5 tfPROFESSftNADCARDS Editor McCreary, of the Gaines- \. .
\V. L. Riley, LL.D., Cuba, rt t\
-----. ville Sun, after a hard fought bat-
New York, writes: "After fifteen ------------- '
,' tle, was re-elected senator from Old Hake Room For New
days of excruciating pain from Must ,
Alachua votes
I. by ,
county 243
sciatic rheumatism, under various yrL 4 .
treatments, I was induced to try / defeating a young attorney of fine '- / our Price Cutting.
Ballard's Snow Liniment, the first R. D. HOLLER, \ attainments, Christopher .
Editor has made
application giving first relief, l
and the second, entire my relief. 1 I DENTIST., \ splendid re-election.public servant and deserved Afew pieces China and Susah Silks
can give it unqualified recommen Office /vcr Munroe, Chambliss Bank\ a r\

dation." 25c., 5oc. and $i at AntiMonopoly I OCALA FLORIDA t MOTHER .ALV'AYSIT ,1" KEE :j 50 cent goods for 35 cents.

Drugstore. I / i HANDY X 1.

/ 0/ Special Silk Novelty Waist Goods
For fresh cuts, burns and open J. CHACE, / ,
Hancock's Liquid Sul. f ''My mother/ suffered a longtime
sores use 60 cent goods for cents.
phur. For sale by Anti-Monopoly DENTAL SURGEON: from dIstressing pains and: 1
Drugstore.If Office Upstairs Commercial BankBldg! general ill health, due primarily tc S '
J OCALA FLORIDA, indigestioti7: '/says L. W. Spalding, New Lot Ladies Bleached Vest, \

you want to go to Atlanta 1 TERMS CASH Verona, ;.Md.- "Two years ago I Worth 10 cents now cents. \
awful heap on the third, ask \ Jr_ got her ito' ;try Kodol. She grewj t :,. I 5
about it at this office. better at once and now, at the ag|
W/K MAREAN, M. D. of sev my-six, eats anything she Finest and best line ladies' pocket-books,

MARRIEDMr. that she fears no
wants emarking
HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND, bad effects, as she has her bott/e .' in Ocala, were 750 now 4 lents.

John Burry was married 1 i SURGEON of Kocpl handy." Don't waste \

Monday to Miss Hattie Hickson. Special attention given to the treatment time doctoring symptoms. Go If- prices cut to the bone on Nose/y, Laces
at the I home of the bride at Orange I I of Chronic Diseases and Diseases ter the \ause. If your stomach is /

Lake. ReJ.. M. Morris, the !I of Women and Children. sound, your health will be ygood. and I Embroidery. /
Baptist minister at McIntosh, per- Ocala, Fla. Kodol rests R the stomac and ,

formed the ceremony. Office over Tydings' Drugstore. Of strengthen body b' igesting Straw Hats for all at haJJ- alue:
The bride is one of Orange
fice hours from 8 a. m. to 12 m.; your food.Mt ji tfatureX own
Lake's hir, cultured and pleasing r from 2p.m.to5p.m. tonic. Anti-Monopoly. Drugstore. La iesjSailors! ...w re 75C now 48c.
daughters while the groom is *; I -
member of the successful mercan.1.1tl For Sale-A, r home on !Lake f Allen's TfiTTSbx Talcum Powder 5C.

tile firm of Berry Bros at thai t I DR. J. W. HOOD, Weir; will... ell at a bargain r my Boy's straw hats, worth 25C now IOC:"

place, a leading trucker, very popular nine room'' house, all nicely fur-
.and a most agreeable gentle Physician Surgeon. nished. ATear the Lake and Weir Men's Straw Hats, 65C Kind for 39C.

Residence, N>. 19 Herbert Street Park Geo. Russell,
depot. ,
newly wedded pair wil 1 :/ Phcne No. 84t i\ WeirTark., Fla. Regular $I.qO Shirts, Selling for 6oc.
spend their honeymoon on the cas' Off with Dr. E. Van Hoodr -

coast. The best wishes of the'Stai I I t\ "'1c.n- No. 11 Going toMhe-PICNIC? Well, take All. Sizes in Deco wed, Water or Milk PitchersSefIing'
attend them.Mosquito a pound of NUNNALLY'S CANDY -
I : = :
i V"I sss at Cost = >
.1 with you. We have a shipment in
nets, and two kinds o:t l I that was made TUESDAY :MORNINGof Decorated
COLLEGE this week. Remember, Nunnally's. See Us Before You Buy Crockery.
&patent MacKav's.improved frames at Mclvci I OF Pt'ED' !C!UE-R!.r I R 6':Ni)AD' I At the Post Office Drug Store.
LuIC: Halis for 1 fcecr a.E.d TaRt: .A.. R P. GADSON,
Keep cool under the fans at th< LabolJtori 3 Lo1" Proof P.31111'13s, Bajght
PostofTice Drugstore while drinking I Kpiuls/t; >r Practice. Bw.Uect:;; Next Door to Anti-Monopoly ." The Ocala Bazaar.

their unmatcjiable soda. i .>::- ,One,. Lusiired:;<;... .' page. _.,, .Catalogue., i.!
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Mr. Charles H. Yoorfoces *ias NO ICE Miss Maggie McCredie, of N; t- I KID NE Y"" OweAntiMonopoly

been called to his old home, Waterloo tleton, Alachua county, has entered; BACKACHEBackaci

I 1 i Iowa, by the serious illness : the I normal for the teachers pre-
/ A11 Bladder and
of his father. paratory work. UrinarY J)4.seases.6Oe.1f.. CUR-E

,. Mr. Clinton Bard has gone to Parties :'desiring a good 1, safe invest Hon. M. L. Payne and wife, of .

Y C. but intends ent for small sums of honey Fairfield, were of L. L.
.. Asheville, X. to return .I guests \ Drugstore Ocala, Flo.
.1 : .'-1. in season to put in another wim an excellent rate ofrinterestwnte I Meggs and family last week. Mr.

: for i Infants and Children. t melon crop with his brother, W. L.Mr. us for particulars A reid Payne was superintendent of pub-

... nt solicitor wanted.Pennsylvania ./ lic instruction for sixteen Colored Folks' Column
t years
I J. H. Treat, a winter resident -
'The KinuYmi, Have Always Bought bas borne the iigna'turc here has returned from { )Improvement & and is at home at any place i in this
< and has been made under his I 'estment Q f Xo. Bacr
ojf C4a s. II. Fletcher, I >: 703 county. D. H. Brown, Editor
five months' in
trip, mainly
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow,110 one spent BuiIthngr eading:, Pa. Farmer & Wells have moved
the countries the
bordering on
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and their store building to a more accessible For
ice cold 'drinks
Mediterranean, and will spend the cream, ,
''Just-oJ-gooil" but Experiments, and endanger
are Experiment. summer at his cottage; "Villa St. part of the town and are ham and eggs, meals by the day or
health of Children-Experience against
HermitageDairy building an extensive addition.Mr. week of
' Pre, on the Rangeley Lakes in the best the market af-
4 having extra bathhouses fords served in the finest
The Kind You Have Always Bought Maine. i, style, go
built at the
spring. to the City Restaurant, Mrs. Alice
Mr. Richard M. Carter and his
J Bears the Signature oft e The normal conducts examina.tions .- Fluett, proprietress. 7-16 tf
wife and daughter returned Sun- ,
day from a visit to Mr. Carter's The name of this Dairy every of Saturday, under the I I For first class meals, hot lunches,

1T, parents in Fernandina. regulations the state uniform. good board by the day or week, go to
is a guarantee of examination law for teachers. the :Magnolia Restaurant, corner of

Mrs. Morgan Davenport returned J. O. Marsh, of Daisy has accepted Magnolia and South Second street,
F1T on Monday from a week's absolute purity and a clerkship with the
big. West, Mr. Wm. Ruth, Proprietor.

In Use For Over 30 Years. visit in Palatka. fine flavor of its store of L. L. Meggs. Mrs. G. W. Frost Is running a refreshment -

., Mr. J. F. .Sigmon goes this Mrs Brinson and children are stand North
CITY. on Magnolia
... .. TMr CCNTAUII COMPANY.... ..T .MUNNKY.YK.Y.'" .. 'new. "O"K. .. .' .- milk and
:-" .r->' MI .II: ; : ::: -- : : :: week to visit his old home and relatives cream. making a few days' visit with the street In the store formerly run by

in North Carolina} family of D. W. Jol.nson. Charley Myers. For cold drinks. Ice
Mr. Thorwald A. Peterson returned Geo. B. TylerBox cream and other delicacies served In
At the the best of style, call her. 5 21tf
present day authorities on I on

Citizens Gas CompanyWe county,on where Saturday he was from summonedon Citrus 621, Oca1a.SEABOAltD. I skin diseases concede and have demonstrated i. 'If you want your dresses made In

that skin diseases of evt'ry. the latest and to the
style according
--- ------- account of the serious illness of
-'- ---- nature are caused by microscopicgerms
most to date fashions,
up carry your
his wife's father, Mr. Rawls, who bacilli, bacteria, microzyms or,
sewing to Mrs. Francis Thomas, at
> he left somewhat improved bilt other forms of animal decomposition.Hanccrc's .
are SellingOn AIR LINE RAILWAY her house near the county Jail.
i not sufficiently so to allow of Mrs:. Liquid Sulphur arrests animal -
I 'For good meals and the best the
decomposition in form, and
: Peterson's return every
yet. SPECIAL RATES I I market affords cooked In the most
an absolute destroyer of all germsin
GAS RANGES Mr. Will Davenport and wife SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS NOWon such diseases as Eczema, Salt palatable style, call at the restaurantnext

have gone to visit friends in Cin- sale at specially reduced .rates Rheum, Tetter, Acne Pimples, Ring- to Benus the Baker. Ben Fluett

cinnati, O. for the round trip to prominent worm, Diphtheria, Sore Throat and Proprietor. 5 28 tf
Gas for Coo king is cheaper than wood or coal.
Easy Payments.
health and watering resorts in the Open Sores. For sale by AntiMonopoly For good board and comfortable
The old Foster house at
No heat; no dirt. Call at office. packing t
Virginias, the Carolinas Georgia Drugstore. lodging at reasonable rates, go to the
Weirsdale has been reshin-
Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky and Mack House on Exposition street
gled preparatory to shipping fruit other states North and West. Write
MacKAY Mrs.Malissa Mack,Proprietress, 3 12
::1 the comingseason.. for full data.$60.25Denver.
For clean Deds and a first class table
There was quite a tornado at the Col. and return.
4 9v Rev. Ira H. Barnett, of Vander- at a quiet house go to the "Yona
Carter neighborhood'on Sunday. August 22, 24, 29, 30 and 31. bilt University, is filling the pulpitof House," next door south of the old
w which leveled rods of I
some fencing See ticket for limits and
1 the Methodist church during the Bazar, Mrs. Bella Williams, Proprietress
; and for few minutes scattered
a other information.
-G. A. HUNTER.-- I summer months. tf
: things about generally.
Tacoma Wash. and
$73.95- re- Ed Wartmann, in his cam For hot meals, lunches, Ice creamor
Preaching services will be suspended turn. Tickets on sale July 15 paign for county commissioner, cold drinks at all hours," day or

Practical and Mechanical through August. Rev. J. to 20, inclusive, limited return- made a reputation as orator.on the night, call at the old Ike Tompkins'stand

G. VanDyke Dora will take a vacation atMt. ing to September 15, 1902. issues of the day. the best on. S.Mr.:Magnolia Jeff Davis street, proprietor. and get-

4 campground. 18.90 Monteagle, Tenn., and 1 return Harry Barcus, who was married 6-23-tf

GUN AND LOCKSMITH on account of Monteagle I I a few weeks ago to Miss McAlpin For board by the day or week, hot
NEED MORE HELP Sunday School Institute. Tickets lof Live Oak with his wife is vis- l lunches, Ice cream cold drinks; etc.,

t REPAIRING A SPECIALTYBox on- sale August 8, 9, 10 and I I iting his parents 'here, after t a t bridal go to the old Ike Tompkins stand on
Often the over-taxed of limited I St. Magnolia street and get the best.
Charleston and New
organs II, returning to August tour to
374, opposite City Market Ocala, Fla. Open day and night. Jeff Davis, Pro-
for D '
digestion cry our help by -s1iePsia's 25, 1902. I York. prietor. 5 27 tf
--- -- pains, Nausea, Dizzine s, : $18.30-Asheville, N. C., and return T. F. Allen, of Columbia, S. C.,
.Mrs. Marie Ruth, an experienced
HeadachesLiver complaints arjd on account Society Amer- I is now iif the employ of the Seaboard -
caterers, has opened her restaurant,
SOUTHLANDRABBJTRIESOCALA Bowel disorders.. Such troubles ican Florists and Ornamental I Air Line.ats night operator.
( ,. ce cream and cold drinks counter in
call for .;the prompt use of Dr. Horticulturalists. Tickets on the Mitchell block. When hungry or

King'se v Life Pills. They are sale August 17, 18 and 19, limited BEST REMEDY needing something cold to keep the

: FLA. gentle, thorough and guaranteedto x returning to August 25, ; temperature down call on her and

cents at the'AnttMonoPo1Y For .Stomach and Bowel she will satisfy your appetite and .
cure. 25 Troubles. youj
Tickets sale
and Breed on July n, 12, 13,
Dealers in Fancy
Imported 6 I
Drugs .ore." 1902. I <%1' have been in the drug business purse. *... 2J

I for and have To the Advanced Pupils of Howard
HARES. $t>8.7SAN FRANCISCOand twenty years '.
BELGIAN BLITCHTONMrs. Los Angeles, Cal., and return sold most all of the proprietary Acaaemy and Othc

SOME RECENT IMPORTATIONS: Queen Lipton, Yorkshire Uss. Dash on account of biennial I medicines of any note. Among Tfiis is 10 inform youJhat I have

Wonder King Wantage. Duke William. Write us for Information. ',* Odom is on the sick list. meeting Knights of Pythias. i the entire list I have never found secure*,.:coms up stjUre in the old

Mrs M.>E. Hodge, of Ocala. Tickets will be on sale Augusti I anything to equal Chamberlain's Bazaar UWlding foj fhe purpose of

W. L. MORTON. Manager. was the guest of Mrs. Carter Sat- ,to 9, inclusive, limited returning I Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea teaching ni fct school in all English .

urday and Sunday.Mr. to September 30, 1902. I Remedy for all stomach and boweltrouble's br nches. I wiMr also teach the Ben

Sanders is sick. $18.90-MONTEAGLE, TENN., on ac- ," says O. \Wakefield, Pitman systftnNrf short hand and

Mr. L. D. Odom returned Monday count of Monteagle Bible School. ;jof Columbus, Ga. "This remedy type' writtpC My t rms are as follows -

from Bamburg, S. C. Tickets will be on sale July 1, 2, 3 I cured two severe cases of cholera : Snort hand Pqr month, ?2;

Fresh Meat and Game Misses Blitch and Pack have re- and 23, 24 and 25, limited to August i morbus in my family and I have twq lessons each week. Type writ-

turned home, after spending a few 30, 1902. recommended and sold hundredsof ing' 11 course, $5. 'LiterarXstudies,

: days very pleasantly in Blitchton. $18.65-KNOXVILLE, TENN., and return bottles of it to my customers to pef month, $1.

We keep on hand a full line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and Rev. Mr. Phillips, of North account Summer School. Tick- I their entire 'satisfaction. It affords Tuesday and Thursday nigh*. at
ets will be sold June 16, 17, 18, 28
Sausage to be had. Game in season Fresh Vegetables, etc. Carolina preached an interestingsermon 29 and 30. July 11, 12 and 13, limit I a quick and sure cure in a pleasant 8 clock.! T. L. McCoy, Instruc
Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made. __
here Sunday. ed returning to August 15, 1902. I form. For sale by AntiMonopoly w. n

Miss: Brassell, of Dunnellon, is Special conditions covering diverse i Drugstore. L'ALEXaNDERPractical

\\'. L. 1IOI1 LONZO WALKER, spending a few days with Miss routes and :stop; overs.
Dollie Akins. For sleeping car reservations and

Proprietor. Butcher Mr. Bennie Hammond and sisters information write
I We have a large supply of gasj
I C I ITY'I Nil A r i-<.E- and their uncle, Mr. Gornto John Dozier W. W. Condon, j rr.nges for cooking. Now is the time CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful
Agent. C. I\A. to install them. No neat.
who nave been spending a few I cooking so all
A. O. MacDonell, A. G. P. A. \ I so comfortable, so cool and satisfactory estimates made on cot
weeks at Rochelle, returned home .T tract work. Gives more and better
._ ._ .. as If you do your
u last week, accompanied bjf their ,I' own work you get a world of satisfac- work for the money than any other

cousin, Miss Zetrouer, who is ex- tion out of it. If you only have help man in town.
part of the day, it is a great labor
TO WASHINGtONAmi pected to remain over a few wteks CA'STORIAFor 1I I
saver and gives you rest that no other BROTHERSUITS
Mr. LeonVilson and brother: I /Infants and Children: mode of cooking can. ,
Jimmie are at work with .Mr. Fau- I You try it once-you will never do
return, $-1-3.75 from Ocala via the SEABOARD AIR LINE sett's threshing machine. The Ki/ You Kav3 Always Bought without a gas range. Consult your FROM: EIGHT DOLLARS UP
j health, your pleasure and comfort and
RAILWAY, all rail or via Norfolk and steamer, on sale daily, limited Bears the j call for particulars on Material Unequalled for the. Price
VACATION DAYS dvfll-#- Citizens' Gas Co. t

to return October 31. Trains leave Ocab'at i rji a. m. and I Signature of;: CLEANING. DYEING AND REPAIR
'w.YNb.>' I I tOMPKINS
Vacation here and the'
I timers;
11.52 a. m. ING NEATLY DONE
\ '' children are fairly living out \pi 1 LESS THAN ONE FARE -
Around Hustler
The All
The Seaboard has on sale su miner excursion tickets to all principal doors. There could be no healthier Spring Samples In Great Variety for

resorts. place; for them. You need only I For the Round trip to Portland, Seattle Has opened a first class fish stall, No. Inspection

summer to guard against the accidents incidental I and Tacoma via Missouri 10, in the City Market and he ask

Call at city ticket oftice next door to post office or write to l to most open air sports. Pacific Railway II the patronage of the public In and BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEYIN
Xo e'Vitt'sVi ch out of the city. TOWN
remedy equals
Tickets on sale July 15th to 20th,
JOHN DOZIER, Agent, W. W. CONDON, Haz 1 Salve for quickly stopping with final limit of September 15th::1 Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike

Ocala Fla. C. T. A. pain] or removing danger of seri Diverse routes and stop-over allowed, FIXE GUITAR FOR SALEA
This line takes you through the heart t
A. 0. MACDONELL, A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fia. ous consequences. For cuts of the Rockies. A golden opportunity j
scald and wounds. :/I used DeWitt's4Vitch to visit the Pacific Coast. Send tor beautiful instrument, deepan"d Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the

Hazel l Salve for. maps, pamphlets, etc., to rich tone, polished solid oak Cotton BuyerP.

sores, cuts and> bruises," says L. !P I. E. Rehlander, T. P. A., i body, only slightly used, cost $l8f 0. BOX 134
July 20 Chattanooga. TennPattonVStfn at wholesale. Owner has not timeto .L
Johnson. Swift, Tex. "It is the ",- \
PIANOS I best remedy on the market." Sure; enjoy it.VilI part with it for LOUISVILLE and NASHVILLE RY.

cure for piles and skin diseases, Proof Paints half of original cost, $9. Call at t -offersUNEXCELLED -

Beware of counterfeits. Anti.. Are used _lor painting all kinds oi' Star office and see it. SERVICEand
buildings and give best results. Sol-i
Monopoly Drugstore. by CENTRAL LUMDER CO., FAST TIME

from FLORIDA to
TS a
wt Line Railway
Don't bu your paints until yov,
thoroughly Investigate the merits ol The Land of Many Crops Office of Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt EVANSVILLE, CHICAGO,

CO. Patton's Taints. Send foi. LOUISVILLE, ST. LOUIS,
Siin-proof Best reached via Memphis and. th e! Seaboard Interchangeable Mileag

color cards. Sold by / Iron Mountain\ Route. Two train:s! I Tickets CINCINNATI.,
Jacksonville, Ocala, Fla. daily, reclining chair cars (seats free: I The Seaboard Air Line Railway ha I And All Points West and Northwtst.
Pullman Sleeping ::jar;:B mile tickets
and standard placed on sale one thousand MOBILE NEW ORLEANSAnd
for the Celebrated ,
Agent K. OF P. : through to Dallas, Fort Worth and E J I at $25, which tickets are good over

Paso; without change this line alsi,L!>jits| entire system and also over then All Points Southwest ,. <.
KIME3AL..LPZ.A.JSrOS Excursion to California Via Missour i reaches Arkansas, Oklahoma, India : lines of Its important connections,, :,. .

Tickets on sale to either San Francisco Territory, Arizona. New Mexico nn<3.: ; representing In all approximately l ', For scfieauies, rates and sletjptes....J"ir.

A.1'JD: OFlC A.N"SGiving or Los Angeles and return avery t California. Books and pamphlets de. !15,000 miles. reservations, apply to : '.;
low rates August 1st to AUg'll1: ,_ j Full Information as to these ticket:
the Biggest Value on :earth. Easy Terms. Low Prices 7th. final limit to return Septembei r scrip sire of the Western states tree be obtained upon application tei J. M. FLEMING, Fla. Pass. Aft,

ALL KINDS v- OF SMALL INST ;tUMENTS: AND TRIMMINGSSend 30th. For further Information writ P : A postal card will do it. WriteL I I any may agent or renresentatlve of thtu 206 W,..Bay St., Jacksonville Fl..
L E. Rehlander T. P. A., I E. Rehlander, T. P. A., i. C. L. STONE..P.A., LoulinrUlt, S7
_. for Catalogues and Full Information i .. '\UI 7) Chattanooga, Term 4. Chattanooga, Teni Company. _


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/ OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 17 1902. FiftyCents a M"" nth,.$5 a Year _
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Administration Won't Stand for Today's Figures Only Confirm the
His Kill and Burn Orders __ YUNI UIJ.IIM ,, Forecasts of Yesterday

DAILE'S SAUSAGE. Washington, July 17.-Secretary Three hundred and twentysixprecincts Leadin fholesale & Retail Butcheis
OF Root issued an order, by the ip I Iv .
out of 678 in the stat
CANNED direction of the $ < -- -
j HAM, SLICED president, sevrely I--1
i DRIED BEEF AND condemning the action of General Il' .Ir rIp give the following results:
BREAKFASTBACON. Smith, in giving orders to Lieutenant For Supreme Court Justice-W. WEST RN AND CHOICE 'FLORIDR M'EATS

Waller to "kill and burn" pris- A. Hocker, 10,632; Joseph B. Wall,
'-r oners. The president also orders 4 h- 928 I. CELERY.AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES. IN SEASON
LUNCHEON SAUSAGE in TOMATO the compulsory retirement of General For Comptroller-Croom, 1077.f ,- FREE DEL VERY ." TELEPHONE 108OCAt ..

SAUCE. Smith, and arraigns Waller for ; McCall, 9240. ",' .J
lack of judgment. For Railroad CommissionersBurr

QUEEN OLIVES, and also the IF A c TO) YOU( A FAVORITE. 7704; Whitner, 6703 ; Ward, 4422.

STUFFED NO. i SHORE I And say IAN.fyt ther salve, ointment We claim to have more I fat or- It is conceded that Burr and The attention of the citizens of Ocala and vicinity as well as the tray:.
SALT MACKEREL. alleged?healeris ites for particular smokers than Browne.will, be nominated for rail eling public is respectfully called to the fact that during the summer '
'as goo asjBucklen'sArnica can be found elsewhere. We know road commissioners. It is also be- months the Ocala House is operated on the European plan and the high. ,
standard of the winter
DEVILED CRABS. Salve, tell him,( thirty y/ors of the quality of the tobacco is the licved, though by no means assur The.following items from the men u card show how reasonable the prices
marvelous cures of Pile !, Burns, best and the cigars are all! they ed, that Judge Hocker will defeat have been made: .,
THREE AND FIVE POUND Boils, Co is, Felons, Ulcers, Cuts, should be. Judge Wall, and that ComptrollerCroom Soup .... ...................... 15c Sirloin Steak (Western) with_ '.
CROCKS of PRESERVESAT Scalds, D rises and Skin Erup- will be nominated over Mc Iced< Tomatoes ..... ............ lOc. Vegetables.... .......... CQc.
tions prov it's the he t and cheapest. A FULLLINE Call by a small majority. Green Corn (on cob) ............ lOc. Mutton Chop, with Fried Potatoes '

THE GROCERY 25c. atS cl onopoly Drugstore OF SUPPLIESWe LAMAR STILL Half Chicken, with vegetables ... 60c. ... 50c.
TEAP0.i' Roast Prime Ribs Western Beef Mutton Chops, with' Vegetables.. 60c,
fATTENTI want to show you pipes, cas In -congressional race in the (with vegetables). ... ......... 60c. Ham and Eggs .. ...25c.
STOVE WOOD STOVE\ WOOD !II es, pouches, cigarette papers, all 1 third district, everything favors Vegetables-New Potatoes, Green Eggs to Order .....'.... lOc.i
i \T, .ATTQRNEYS unique. and convenient.T. .. the nomination of William B. La- Beans, Squash, Beets, Cabbage, Tea, Coffee, Milk, Buttermilk Ice
Rice and all others in
E season. Tea 10&
For StowpWoodphons or drop a After tlus-' week Judge W. S. IV. TROXLER' mar, although it is still too early Sirloin Steak (Western) with Pies, Ice Cream Etc.
card to the OCALA SPOKE AND Bullock Ocala/ to definitely announce the result. Fried Potatoes ..... .......... 50c. Fruits in Season.
\vi 1 close hi office and go Fla.
RIM FACTORY. State length of Eighty-two out of 181 precinct
wood desired. I the seas ore fojxrest and recre in the district give Lamar 2918, J. F. EDWARDS, Prop. ,, '

Myers 2639, Beard 833. "
Sweet also Hot/Peppers at theHole Vegetables and Fruits at the Lamar has majorities in Jefferson a.t

( in the\Vtf: [ Hole in the Nall.'I I Ocala's summer normal for col Madison, Jackson, Walton, .
and Holmes counties, and a plu'l '
ored'teachers began its session in rality in Gadsden. SURF CREST HOUSE ,

the Howard Academy buildingwith Lamar looks for Liberty; Calhoun .
the following Marion' Washington counties to : '
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teachers in attendance: give him sufficient pluralities to insure .> w &. "

..!! ?""" =:.. -"'- ..._< .. R. B. Sutton, working for first mary.his nomination. the first pri Seabreeze by the Sea. Directly on the Beach:, 1. .

grade certificate, Sarah Rogers, The congressional primary was 150 Feet South of Kcatin?-'s Casino and Pier ';:
striving for second grade; Delia J. very close and exciting in Escam-
Brown, holds third: grade and i is bia county. The complete returnsgive Private Bath Houses. Open the YearuRound.

perspiring for something higher; Fred T. Myers a plurality of RATES $8 TO $12 PER WEEK.
CLEARANCE SALE Rosa V. Sabin, holds a third, but three votes.
will be satisfied only with a second Cool, Delightful Rooms. First Class Table B ard:
; Ella P. Duckett, has, a third THE PERFECT LIVER MEDICINE .
grade, but is in the, push for a second A. S. SPANGLER, Prop. .

; Mrs. Anna M. Chandler Mrs. M. A. Jolley, Noble, O. T., Seabreeze, Fla.
holds a third, but wants a second; writes: "I have used Herbine for ,
Edward M. A. Chandler, a certificate : 'a number 6f years, and can cheer -.
pupil of the eighth grade of fully recommend it as the most DAY 'PHONE 111 NIGHT 'PHONE 39 .

Where you save Howard Academy, is preparing perfect liver medicine, and the ;. .'
for the September examinations: greatest blood purifier. It is a LIDDON & COMPANY
I rs. Angelina E. Lovelace, has a medicine of positive merit, and .
29 per grade and wants one higher; fully accomplishes, all that is f
centh F. L. E. Lowell, of Lees urg, claimed for it." Malaria cannot GENERAL LIVERYMEN '
as a third grade, but must advance find a lodgment in the system
On every Purchase of : ; Aquila Daniels has a third, while the liver is in perfect order, .
but wishes for one of its functions is '
promotion. to prevent -
I Those in charge of the school the absorption of fever-pro Fine Carriages, BuggieSand Traps, Drummer'Carryalls .

Men's Ladies 11i "Chi{ en'sAppaxo. I are J. B. Lockey, of Chipley, a recent dosing poisons. Herbine is a most Saddle Horses, etc. ._
I graduate of the University of> efficient liver regulator. Soc. at .
Nashville and a licentiate of the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Fine Vehicles, Fast Horses '

/ Peabody Normal, in affiliation
with the same university, and i EYES examined by latest scientific Horses and Mules for Sale.
methods. No charge. We are here '
Wearing young man of high standing and all the time. Satisfaction .
bright promise. He will have teed. Ocala guaran- Horses boarded by the month at special rate. I'
Music Co. ., ,
charge of the DeLand school next:
'j term. Prof. Lockey is in chargeof -
CAS ''O n.A.: : .
: the Ocala normal and his LIDDON&COi i
as assistant 3earsa) /+1 Kind: You !'';a re AI31} aQ g;,:
has Prof. Fred Toennes. ----
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,I'. -- Ocala
; I ISUice principal of.the West Tampa .r -: : Florida.
school a graduate of the University

of Berlin, Germany, with a .

,, this sale was inaugurated in record American of fifteen schools.years'experience The gentlemen BANKING ATTENTION ,

'/ named are thoroughly'competent -

ten days ago we have tendance.and only regret the small a BUSINESS ? FarITI.ers 1. -

The Star desires to say here that ANDS
sold f.more goods than any the colored teachers of Marioncounty
who propose to find favor tj

month previous. should with the county their school board You know and appreciate the..nted. of hay. With a little attention\ ou
bring books and presence -
can easily supply your wants.Qe't a
to this normal, when it
\ / comes to assignments they or will get -. .-. . . .. .. Mower
111 ,r the "marble heart" instead of a :f':;;. ,

< What the board desires is better Possibly it,is with you. Suchbeing''the D7g !
equipped teachers and the objectof case, you kn&,w I i rr
SWIM WITH THE CURRENT this normal is to give teacher something of our service. Hut i
aspirants an opportunity to make if not a patron, wouldn't it be
the needed preparation. A wordto well for you to become one'?

the wise is sufficient. ....I.. . . . j
The session will continue six . . . ... :.
)weeks if the attendance will justify 1- d '
it. The is
expense borne
It's Running Toward equally by the state and the Pc a- J I

body Fund. Munroe & Chambliss
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Colds ar /sometimes more troublesome Ocala Florida V l
THE BOSTON STORE i iir summer than} in tcirit er. \ j_ .
It's so lard to keep from adding \ .,
to them //while cooling off after exercise / -
'if pne Minute Cough ;Cur e Fre1iS Fish7---

cures at\ once. Absolutelysafe..
Lake Weir Bream ,
'..4s Acts imm diatel Sure cure for and
coughs, conjs, throat Trout, also all kinds of
: Ocala Florida. croup and
"" The Best Machine in tie World
lung trouble ;iiitf Monopoly Salt and Fresh Water ..

", # Drugstore. ,,_ --'- __..... Fish received every day. They cost but a trifle compared with the money they will make you.
. . . We the DEERIN G MOWING
. 7 T5 Free delivery to are headquarters for MACHINE. Come and
. . . . any part examine them and will We also have '
Patton's Stm/Proof PaintsAre of the city. you buy one. Hay Rakes. t,. -

used for painting all kinds of ICE IN ANY QUANTITY HUBBARD
In trading with us you contribute to the profitand buildings and give' best results. Sold Wm. Tucker ,
volume of your own pocketbook. >"'- Ocala', Fla. Stalls 5 and 7, City Market Dealers jh Genera! Hardware; Sash, Doors. Blinds and Screens, Etc, Etc. '

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Washington; D. C., July 17.- Ocala Gun Club had a han ': -t

t Co.Au st Sma 1c' _Set. Ocala News For East Florida: Fair tonightand EXCITEMENTIs dicap shoot this afternoon for the ': Aayf1e N

Friday. running high over the standingof prize of 100 shells given by the ,< t
\ the legislative candidates I Star. The club will go to Gainesville -. : : \ Y
Cucumbers at the Hole in the There is more Catarrh in this Ray I >
Wall. B. Bullock and Geo. G. Mathews, on the 7 :30 train in the morn- r V
section of the than all other _
country and will have ,4 r m1tkj -
ing a triangularshoot -
Bullock insists that he is nominated : t g J

Limeade from fresh limes at diseases put together, and until while Mathews lives in hopes in tjie forenoon, Gainesville THEN GO TOt ---

Troxler's the last, few! years was supposed to that the four precincts yet out may Leesburg and Ocala being the con

be incurable. For a great many : give him a chance for a second i testants. Those who will go from .. Ea l eE.ze: '

New crop Onions at the Hole in years doctors pronounced it a local race. It was learned at noon that i here are Z. C. Chambliss, H. A ,

the Wall. disease, and prescribed local the Fort McCoy vote was in the Ford, C. E. Ball, J. F. EdwardsL. More Gqod Reads, Fine r Beach for Bathing and .Betj J.

remedies, and by constantly failingto Citra office and instantly a telegram Haley, L. Lang, S. A. StandleyJ. ,ter Fishing Than It Any Other Resort in Florida.i :

PinVvpong -sets at thePostoflicc cure with local treatment, pro- flashed there demanding P. Galloway, E. 'M. Howard -

Drug/ reo .j nounced it incurable. Science has that the vote be sent to Ocala, butt Harry Clarkson and J. H. Taylor. if kef! Clarendon Inn ,: -/ifc: ; .

proved catarrh to be a constitu- failed to reach Secretary Clyatton .., t
Pun'hake at the Hole in tional disease, and therefore requires the afternoon train and in consequence MISS ANNIE SHARPE : : and -.: :' 1<

the Wall. constitutional treatment.Hall's ; the suspense is painful to Announces the opening of her IheBreakers I..I
Catarrh Cure, manufactured -, the interested candidates. ( ,
Putnam county gave Allred 404 ; on Monday, October. 6th, :
by F. J. Cheney. & Co. To- -
Carter, 172. 1902. The Two largest |nd Most Commodious Summer. Hotels ,
ledo, Ohio, is the only constitu- OLD BOARDS RE-ELECTED ,. .
Departments same as usual : at seabree will be; nder the Exclusive Management of .
Taffy candy, all kinds and flavors tional cure on the market. It i is: Kindergarten, primary, intermedi Col. C. C. POI( During the Summer Season r I 90 2, Aided =;'
The far :
taken in doses from vote for
internally 10 so county com-
at Dame's.Sloman ate. A full corps of competent by a Competent Corps\of Experienced Assistants, Assuring .'>*
drops to a teaspoonful. It acts missioners is : J. L. Edwards, -
teachers will be in charge. the Best SerVi and Atte
e Every irr n to Guests.
Moody, of Titusville, is directly on the blood and mucous 287 ; H.V.. Long, 130; E. L.Vartmann" For further information address ", ) ,

visiting his mother. surfaces of the system. They of- \ 198 ; his opponent, L. (Miss) Annie M. Sharpe, Box | PROF. LA RCHESTRA -< "
fer one hundred dollars for S. Light, 60; F. S. Lucius, ; N. >;
'" any 23 532 Ocala, Fla. Brought from New York to the Colonnades Last Winter /. \
Limeade., Limeade I! at the Anti- case it fails to cure. Send for A. Fort, 36,'and as far as heard -- will Play Twice Each Day Du ring the Season. ,

:Mono y Drugstore.; circulars and testimonials.I. from his opponents have receivedno BIG CROWD GOINGIn Rates, $2 to $2.50 per day, $10 to $12 per week. Spe- .

Address votes. cial Rates to Families for the Season. Address *,
Mrs. &E. Graham, of Pana- F. J. Cheney & CO Toledo O. For Board of Public Instruction
addition to the Ocala base I C. C. POST, Seabreeze, Fla.Seaside .
soffkee, is at Montezuma.. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Ben R. Blitch, 156, and his oppo- ball team, one of the largest ; .
Hall's Pills the best. nent M.( S. Mosef -
Family are 72. crowds of rooters to ever accompany .;
Fer Sale-A horse and buggy. : -.

Apply .to J. Starr Sternberger.. SENATORIAL DON'T FAIL TO TRY THIS a base ball team in Florida 'T BREEZE,
will go to Gainesville tomorrOon H Inn' .

The Ocala House had twenty- Whenever an honest trial is the special Atlantic Coast Line E BY THE SEA, -;,
two arrivals yesterday.r Sumter county gives Chambers train, which leaves Ocala at 7 a. OPPOSITE .
given to Electric Bitters for KEATING'S NEW CASINO AND PIER
260, Brown 146 and Zewadski 18. I any m. tomorrow. The round trip
trouble it is recommended for, a This Handsome New Modern Hotel situated the FIN-
High Grade Spices only, at the The vote was brought up by Mr. fare will be 50 cents and a large on ,
permanent cure will surely be effected EST SURF BATHING BEACH IN FLORIDA
Postoffice Drugstore Dave Hull, who returned to Ho- number of citizens will take advantage ,
It fails
never to tone the
mosassa. He says it is ,f ficial. of it to see one of the best
Miss Millie Conagan came home stomach, regulate the kidneys and games of the season. The Ocala IS. NOW OPEN FOR THE SPRING, AND SUMMER TRADE "
bowels, stimulate the liver
SHRIMP HfcOM invig-
this afternoon from Lake Weir. jrfE; OCEAN team is determined to win this I '
orate the nerves and purify the
game, although Gainesville's Oak Large, airy rooms. Exchange and Dining Room over-
blood. It's wonderful
Ice cold buttermilk with butterin P. B. Dukes, the city market, a tonic for
# Halls have won so far looking the 'ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Terms $8
every game ,
it at the Hole in. the Wall. will have a fjm: lou of fresh shrimp run-down systems. Electric Bit- for the .
season. to
$12.50 weekly. ,
Friday on/tne \o'clock train. 2t ters positively cures Kidney and
The Misses McCarthy returned Liver Troubles, Stomach .Disor- JAMES H. JOHNSON &'SONS.'Vmter .

today from a visit to Lake Weir. PRIVATE XES ders, Nervousness, Sleeplessness cause The it best is always is NUNNALLY'S fresh.' We keep, be- House: Grand Atlantic, Daytona, Fla.Commercial <

Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and expels -; -,
it fresh
"Lightmqg Mosquito Chaser"at I have a samplrprate box for residences because we order it every .
the or off ?s for me mail carrier guar- week. The Postoffice Drugstore.VERY .
AraiMonppoly Drugstore.Mr. anteed
by Anti-Monopoly Drug- -- Bank
to drop yotirrnail into.\Call and see
Tat store. Only 50 cents. LATESTThe '
sample bo mffic W. Wells.
Will Pelot and family have
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returned from their Manatee visit '
B PAPER OCALA VS. CLEARWATERThe sheriff pocketed Fort Mc .

Half a dozen different varieties I l Coy's returns and was suddenly COMMERCIAL BANK. JACKSONVILLE. '

of Japanese napkins. Ocala News We hava more box paper than Clearwater nine is comingto called to Citrus county and the returns .

Co., : all Ocala iptft* togeta er. Every Ocala next week and will play went with him, and now CAPITAL ,- $50 OOO.OO

price, finish Vm\ color. / Ocala here on the afternoons of the many groups are speculating wildly .

Born at 3 o'clock yesterday to \ iDcala >News Co.. 22d and 23d. They will endeavoralso INTEREST /PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS

Mr. and Mrs. T. f). Bryan a little to play a game on the 24th on .

Jirl Gainesville, FlaTrYujv/fS-Special the Ocala diamond with some other PICNIC BASKETS
I train leaves Ogy I Messrs: Mclver & MacKay have received CEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Lot more stationery of all kinds returning, leay s Gainesville 7 p
a splendid assortment of very
just receive The Ocala News ; r\ind via BUTTERThe
m. Fifty grots trip, superior willow picnic baskets. La- -
Co. J the Atlaotfc Coast Vine. dies will do well to inspect same. -
Carmichael Son Co. have effected -i
For \WSSsand? bucket arrangements with a Tennessee DB.MOPFETPS Cures Cholera-In(fan lorn,
Rev. 1. S. Patterson presiding Mr. A. E. and children
wrenches :, dairy to supply them every day with Handley DiarrhoeaDysentery,an4
and Apply to P. W elder, is in town and will preach at fresh butter in firkins at 25c. per of Holder, came to Ocala yester* the Bowel Troubles of
Spellman. 4 the Methodist church Sun-' their to Asheville N. 1r {,1i1 Children of Any Age.
next pound. Also country smoked sausage clay on way d
Aids Regulates
y> Digestion I
Violet \7 c day, July 20, at ii a. m. and 8 p. at 15c. per pound. Phone 37. C., to spend the summer. They Cpl.b' rCCTHING POWDERS)! the Bowels: ,Strengthens

TjrlQmi ipwder, highly, m. Members of other churches were accompanied by Mrs. M. "' the Child and Makes
Costs 25
cents at
perfumed, Uc., aiJthe AntiMonopoly ... ) Only Druggists, TEETHING
town\ of '
% whose pastors are out of are OR SALE Handley Newport, R. I., mother I'
Dru t iOr mill 25 cent to C. J MOFFETT M. D., ST. LOUIS MO.
storp cordially invited to attend this We harofian Ideal Qash Register, of Mr. Handley. Columbus, fia. fl-l,181l.
church. one of the/nest and most improved DR. C. J. HOFFETT-Dear Doctor: We gave your TEITII: 4A iTectMno
Mclver & ,KHrfCay' have just received .,--.... loivders) to our little grand child with the happiest results. The effect
machines n\the market, never been SUMMER RATES were almost magical,and certainly more satisfactory than from anmlilng
a carloid'-pf and we et'erUBecL Yours truly, JOSEPH S. KEY,
wagons used, that fcve\will sell 1 for a very low very
SAVES Y&OMttiLIFETo (Sow Bishop Southern Slethodtst CJiurch.) Pastor oj 8t. Paul Church,
two carloads ofS/urniture. cash figure\ Address Tr4 Star, Ocala, The St. Denis Hotel is making a
Fla. rate for the summer as follows : For sale by Anti-Monoroly Drugstore and all other leading drugstores.
havC/ive9"P! would have
For southeast
Rent-Large cor-
fable board
$4 per week ; room
ner room, furnished or unfur- meant depth for Mrs Lois Crag TURNER,\HTOGRAPHER, r -
and board, $5 to $7 per week ; sin- -- .. ..- --- -
nished. Apply care Star. 7-14-19 of Dord1e r, Mass. For years. gle meals, cents. And !it is : ---- r.111 i[
she ha$ endured untold misery:: Does kodak developing and finish"ing. 25 WORMS RMIFUCEd ii

A. S. Anderson, A. B. Bonody from afsevere lung trouble and obstinate -; North Magnolia street, Ocala, good enough Mrs.for the D. VE ,
"Often she Fla. I Hwt in Quantity. Best b Qualit1.
and Geo. F. Dittmer, cf Holder, / cough. < ,

were registered at the Ocala House write ,. "I could scarcely breathe); Proprietress. For 20 Years Has Led jiH WeraBeffl8diS.jmffi
and sometimes> could :' OCALA AT SEABREEZE
yesterday not speak Mrs. A. E. Waterman departsnext soxc aT .: :

All d ctors and remedies failed tillI week for Gainesville, Ga., tc Prepared br-. a* JAA1H3. F.. UAU ADD,. 'C. Louis.
Hanco&'s Liquid Sulphur cures useg Dr. King's New Discover The following, as far as we tiVwvv. "r. wv wvwvFor
{. visit her son, Mr. Rufus Waterman I
'in for and know, constitute the Ocala colonyat sale br and all other '
prickly ,teat. one application. Consumption was completely a merchant of Anti-Monopoly Drugstore leading drugstore
For sale by Anti}Monopoly Drug- \ cured." Sufferers /from Seabreeze: Col. O. T. Green prosperous
that place and an Ocala boy. -
store. \ I Coughs, Colds, Throat apd" Lung and family, W. M.-Martin and I

Trouble iW I Mhis gr ria remedy, wife, J. R. :Martin and family OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP Reports from Citrus county are Dr. Russell, the accomplished
Richard Hall has returned from for it never ai53ppoints. Cure i is Mrs. W. B. Fuller and childrenMr. to the effect that Col. Nic Barco teachet, who taught so acceptablyat

accompanying his family to Glenn guaranteed by Anti- Ionopoly I : and Mrs. E. E. ,Cline and son The Ocala House Barber Shop, located lost the treasurership and Capt. Dunnellon last term, but will

Springs, S. C. Mrs. R. A. Burford irul Jackson re-elected conduct the Inverness school this
Drugstore. Price 500. and $1. I Harry, Trial bottles free. children, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Sny- hotel, offers the best service its line over Col. Zimmerman. season, came up last night and visited -

We make the filling of prescrip- I der and children, Mr. and Mrs. G. of any place in the city. Competentand the teachers of the colored

tions our special business, and Now that the sickly season is W. Wells and children, and P. Ju- skilled workmen and courteous Coke Shampoo and Toilet Soap I summer normal this morning.

with care, promptness and low approaching, get a 25 cent bottleof I meau, wife and children. treatment. Oeo. F. Williams, for the hair, scalp and skin, cleans, -

\ prices have built up a good busi- Arkansas Chill and Fever Tonic Proprietor. beautifies. For sale by AntiMonopoly I "I am using a box of Chamber-
ness. We want your trade and IEW CANDY ': : lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and off of fever.
ward Drugstore.M
a spell i
will be pleased to have you ask :and find them the best thing for
IJ Sold and guaranteed by Tydings Prof. Lockey is a guest at the
C. H. Dame\ and
thfefcandy cream "
your physician to your pre- Mr. Frank Reagan and family, my stomach I ever used, says T.
& Co. Whitficld House while Prof. To-
man just eceived an elegant "
scriptions with Tydings & Co. I VV. Robinson of the
justice peace,
who several weeks
spent pleasantly
line of tresji oA andy in all varieties ennes is registered at the Carlton.
H. Whitworth farmer at Eastlake, returned home today : Loomis. Mich. These Tablets not
our and air sized ackages straight These gentlemen have charge of '
: disorders of stomach .
stock man and commercial tourist, from Sfmraff's famdus factory the Ocala colored summer normal. only correct the
left for week's ," : but regulate the liver and bow.
ii"ealthyJ today a trip to "
Tampa and other points in the interest FOR RENT After July 1st we will have on Terkeeween Oil Liniment, the els. They are easy to take and

IFt J fl' FO'rl( of his harness house. Mr. The old :McCall housefurnished.Apply hand a full stock pf fine station best liniment ; will not blister by. pleasant in effect. Price 25 cents

Whitworth caught a ten pound to G. W. Wells. ery, pens, inks, pencils, mucilagesand rubbing. Try it for all pains and per box. For sale by the AntiMonopoly

-__ ,l '1 Is not cold food t trout in the lake on his farm a few all other things in this line. aches and for red bugs and mos-. Drugstore.W. _

Jfi fresh and days since. Be pleased to remember this. Ty quito bites. Tydings & Co.
& Co.Stewart C. Galbraith, the efficient
/ : r ) Uncontaminate T g Fip Tailoring dings Saturday the county democratic bookkeeper of the Ocala Spokeand

-= food, free from bJI. Rainey, of Citra, Ed L. executive committee will meet in Rim Factory, returned this afternoon -

taste and smell. t We ha(!big stock of writingtablets. By ...i Wartmann's right bower in his Ocala and canvass the county prig from a visit to New Smyrna -

/ An/ color, finish or; thickness S .. mercantile business, was in town mary vote. : where he caught fish and

The "Odorless"Refrigerator of 'er, to cents. SXill. Bq with other Qtcaites.pJ dipped the dip in old ocean. ,
/ pa; 5 25 ... today, ,,- -..... Jntand .
\ ,
Cut take the
( S Ocal News Co. \ ". thJ to
On4hoiccst A few amj tions of Hancock's L0oepoly Drugstore/'and geta Big line pretty toilet sets; all
{ VX WANTED J prices and styles. & MacKay.
Chamberlain's Stomach
t L r Materials Liquid SuJphtir! cureyany; case boy/F
Chickens and eggs.yMarket pricein : of grown 1tch. by the and Ki/er Tablets. Thebest physic. -
aVf i a is Scientific so peffectl Preserver arranged of odori TbecircuIationcJ", from fruits cash for sarnik 11 Anti. Io 9poly Drugstore.Mrs. They also correct-disorders of Admiral t, e Dewey /writes: *JWE
.eta,are carried off and: ,oQt and da nut come S.flCifcuinah & Co., I have a very complete line of the sf cents. have used DANDRUFF CURE
laoiuact with the ice asia hn other retrrsrrat.I.The Prop tp f *inteVuma Hotel. ( Spring Samples, also a big stock Alec who has been t qjach.- Price5. ,..... for the pa! year and and It an excellent
fof Piece Goods for Suits and vnne
Trousers. Call and the of Mrs. C. L. BiKinge HammOCkS, an grades, ice cream pn aratlon."/For sale fry Aq-
see same guest
1 R A D f N A R k 8 IT JARS my
pies and have your measure taVeen. for several days, returned home freezers. Ice chests and refrigerators tf-MOnopol store.

Is built with Zinc. Enamel and NivkeJoU\ ,-Far Super Mason Fruit Jars, all= sizes. Ocala: riess should learn your, needs. The handsomest line of upholstering -
to tUe-l&og because there are No ,Joint and N. News Co\ & MacKay.
21U-fit crack*to cfc>.c with diiea .gehns and filth \ Respectfully, PICNICKERS material ever shown In the slty.Mclver .

1HC,WtWIVLYI.r-KEYSER MFC.CHATTANOOGA" ......._,-,0'".',-TMtwaei.TCNN,UJt &S > rry..B rnett,. fie sure and go to the Post! Office LOST-An old-fashioned solid gold & MacKay.

For Sale ,theFURNITURE Bean the _>*I 'ilin| You Have Always) Bought} Drug Store and get a good thing to fraternity pin. Oval In shape with Picnic and Lunch Baskets of all
By Signature Merchant Tailor.One keep off mosquitoes and rebugs. It I Roman Initials. Finder will be rewarded sizes and styles, from 5c, to 75<:. The

..OCALA CO. of Door North of Masters costs you only 10 cents. on returning to Std office.. Ocala News Company.

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