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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.. 8, Number 6J OCALA, FLORIDA MONDAY, AUGUST 25. J902. Fifiy Cents a Month, $5 a 'Ye*

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; Howard, the )lanmlryman. who

I 1,1,, i nutes went with the Ocala dun Club to AT THE CITY HfiRKETLeading +
I tlI Mfl White Springs to shoot with other:

PURLED! FOREVER ., ,/, for j! Florida and Georgia: teams, was well Wholesale) & Retail I l Butcheis I 3

I I Lisnsh c pleased with the treatment accorded
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i General J. J. Dickison has Joined the ) That is the average time I l
-" I : ,j spent in a large city restaurant i which they shot was the hottest I WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
Heroes of the Lost Cause Who earth
qc. //./ I by three thousand Place on and had the man
4 HaveCrossed the River and Rest lunchers. It takes three who manipulated the haps done so

dil.i Under the Shade of the Trees'' hours to digest a fresh egg I with some degree of sameness of I CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
boiledapple }
oft boiled; three hours to digest a : ,*
speed, the records of of the
three hours to digest
A few years ago a prominent fig fresh roast beef. In fact, three hours is marksmen would have been better.
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ure on the streets of Ocala and at about the time required digest
minute lunch The object I
twelve) -
gatherings of ex-Confederate soldiers average I ALL WERE SAVED
of the hasty lunch is to let the busy I I
throughout the state was that of a man fret, back to his office work. But BANKING '

venerable- man, tall and slender, but when .he brain is active the stomach is I "For years I suffered such untol'll

with a well knit frame that the inactive for lack of necessary blood. The misery from Bronchitis," writes F. H.I
natural is indigestion and i
CHOOSE FOR YOURSELF ; weight> of fourscore years could hardly consequence I Johnston: of Broughton Ga. that
indigestion opens the door to many dis UR RESOURCES are held ready to help every
It matters little whether you select I stoop. This was General J. J. eases. I often I was unable TO \\1'11Then.. O and substantial: customer, whether his

the fruit you buy or let us select for Dickison, who, during the last daysof Indigestion is cured by the use of Dr. i, ,;hen evcrvrhing ese) failed, I was progressive
From the
business be small.
large or
you. If you depend on us for the Selection the Confederacy, upheld the lost Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, vhdly cured by Dr. Kin '3 New Discueiy -
wo'll do the Jest we can. which cures diseases of the stomach and I have known! tint in Oi oler I for u> to succeed we
Every bit of fruit we handle is good cause with a vigor and skill equaledby other organs of digestion and nutrition, I for Consumption. My wife must study the needs! of the puulic 1 and he'p to fill them.
Some is better than others, but it's few and excelled by none. and enables the perfect digestion and I suffered intensely 'rom: A \t'uma, till

all good. The school children of" the great assimilation of food, I it cured her, and all our experience

7. IF. TROXLRR republic early learned of the wonderful "It is with heartfelt gratitude that I send this I goes: to show it is the best Croup
testimonial which I wish you to p.iLlibh with: ; IVItmtoe & CiiainMiss B.ankerst.
Ocala, Fla. feats of Marion, the Swamp Fox my name and ad'lress." writes Mr Willis Se&i i''twdicine! in the woo Id.:' A trial will ,
man of lvashingtoa\ille, Orange: Co.. N Y ""I i
-- ------ of the Carolinas, during the revolu- had stomach trouble from childhood and suffered I.; convince you it's unrivaled for Ocala Florida.
with it more or less as I grew up. At the age of ; ,
Throat an(1 diseases. Cuaraa-
We make the filling of prescrip- tion; and the names of Wheeler, For- 26 I was broken: down with dyspepsia. My suffering Lung ........
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lest and Mo by are known all over was terrible. Could not tat without dis- i i[ teed bottles, 50c. and $1. Trial bot- --- -- --:... .. --- -" '-----. ... -
tions our special: business, and I tress.; Could 1)l\ly"at a few certain things! ar:i
the South as those of generals who was not able to work half the time Every thins i| ties frt-e! at Anti-Monopoly Drag-
with care, promptness and I low I[ tried only gave me temportrrelief. Mv wife
prices have built busi excelled in partisan warfare. The anally persuaded me to try Dr. Tierce's Golden I store. Commercial Bank
a good
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newspapers of today biaze with headlines )Medical Di-t-ovcry and Pleasant: rd'.cts. I : ---
ness. We want trade and took six bottles the 'Gold n Medical: Dijcovery I
jour ttlling of the great deeds of Do : and two vials of Dr. Pi<*n. will be pleased to have you ask I ?.' I then felt so well that I stopped taking BRANCH OF
Wet of Botha and DeLarey in the I medicine. Several months have parsed and Ion Now inspector of customs at Miami
your physician to leave your prescriptions do the hardest kind of work can eat au.-
war that has closed with South Af and of that COMMERCIAL BANK JACKSONVILLE
with & Co. thiug that i* set before me and enjoy it. I a in an orange grower section -
Tydings. ric! a. Well did all these deserve 17 years old and this is the first time 1"h3\'e ever but a former valued) citizen of
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SPECIAL CANDY NOTICE their fame but Marion, Wheeler, Free. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense this county and the founder of CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO

Forrest and Mosby did no more in Medical Adviser in paper covers is sent Wclskton is on a trip North and has .
proportion, DeWet, Botha and De- free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps topay lately been in Indianapolis Ind. He .
Dealers in this vicinity will do well of mailing only;or 31 stampsfor INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Larey not so much the venerableman interviewed the Journal, of
as by
I was
to write or call, on C. H. Dame, the cloth-bound volume. Address Dr R.
Ocala) candy man, in reference to I whom Ida'mourns. With a V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y. I that city. In his talk he gives high t
mali: and ill equipped force he held praise to the hospitality of Florida DOES A GENERAL BANKING COSINESS DFP03ITS RECEIVED -
supplying) them with taffy candy. He
the whole interior of tho state I vctcians of the gray to Union soldiers LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
makes the best! any kind and th
aalnt ten times )his number of Federals who come to this state to maketh
pricp.s are right and the freight or --- __M _"' I -- .. .. _- J 1 1
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inflicting more damage than MEATWill ?ir home. We learn from this interview ---- --- ---
express rates lower than from Jacl;
any: other Confederate: force of tho that he. at leisure moments, I
ouvlle or Palatka. 3 5 tf
----. same size. When one understands indiik.os: in newspaper work, being I G A. HUNTER.--

SULPHUR BATHS AT HOME !how open and defenseless Florida is. be Cured for OwnersFor the Florida representative of the .

-- !now ji cavalry column can ride acrossit Associated: r'ress: and the New York Practical ani Mechanical 1

Hancock's Lhjuid Sulphur hath? from ocean to gulf in two days:;, the information of all- iner- I HeraldWhile Captain' Welsh i is a

meeting no natural obstacle woMhy estrdo announce that the openingof : staunch republican he has nothing
are superior to those; of the most: eel- GUN. AND LOCKSMITH.
elnated' sulphur springs! having the of fie name, he I amazed; to think: our meat packing house will n-jt !hut praise) for t those politically opposed !

additional advanta, of h(-ins: made or the! work performed, l,y Du-khon interfere with our cold storage d-- 1 to him. He admits that Florida ; REPAIRING A SPECIALTYBox

and his, men. ;mtment. WR WILL CONTINUE ) !
any defied: !.trentlt. Taking medicine : i is hopelessly democratic because
absorption Into the system; Of late years the general has no*. 1 TO CURE tEAT FOR OWNERS an.J I of the negro in politics He spoke 374, opposite City :Mirks t Ocala, Fla.
with increased facilities nUll I __ ___ .. .-.
through the skin 1 !by taking medicated been often seen in public. Years began a coiuetent '!'of Flolida's wonderful progress and'I --

baths is a very efficient method of obtaining to tell and the foot once so firm ) man in charge we are in a position j referred to the fact of the state receiving A

a constitutional treatment. in the stirrup was uncertain and to promise still better results j I over $5,000,000 in appioiria- TTEN110N !

Hancock's Liquid Sulphur never fails feeble even on the smoothest side than in the past. We will be readyto tic ns for! harbor and river improvements -

to cure all blood and skin troubles.For walk. The eye that once could dis buy hogs about November 1st and the largest sum _received from

sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drug cern a mile away the glint of rifle wish to impress the fact that OI-ly Congress by any Southern state. Farn'iers

Co. barrel in the pine and palmetto was hogs that have been corn fed for

dimmed; but it seemed that nothing about four weeks are desirable We PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGISTS ANDStockmeil

GUILDS'( CIGARS I could extinguish the smile the old ohcit correspondence from partied I

veteran always gave to tho e who who have hogs for sale. I Ford & Sturgeon, a prominentdrug .

A thousand ( co. 1V r. Childs' cigars met his kindly gaze.A East Fla. Ice. Mfg. Co.. ; firm at Rocky Hill Station, Ky., You know and appreciate the need of hay. With a little attention you

just received. Ocala! XewsCo. beautiful sight it was when he 'Simon Benjamin, Manager write: "We were requested by Dr. can easily supply your -wants. Get aDeeril1(4

sometimes walked with a little August, 190. 8 S w tf I G. B. Snigley to send for Herbine for

--- --- ------ child! ; such good comrades they, it !I the benefit of our customers.Ve Mower

STOVE WOOD STOVE WOOD was haul to tell which led the other. ordered three dozen in December, : ,

-- The following brief biographical and glad to Heroine ha .
we are say .. "
For Stove Wood, phone or drop a Hermitage J'4.!1t
sketch is taken! from a compilation given such great satisfaction that we /' .,
card the OCALA
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_ RIM FACTORY. Stab length of in the annals: of the different state have duplicated this order three r4;1( ..:... I':f ;: "" '-., .'\\ -'
wood desired.OCALA commanders of the United Confed Daisy 0 0 0 limes, and today we gave your salesman ,/' ?ho'T:,.-,f- U,'

rate Veterans, one of whom wad the another order. We beg to say t.,.:.. .of\ ,- / J I ,5J
( 0'
HOUSE BARBER SHOP !illustrious subject of this sketch in The name of this Dai- Dr. G. B. Snigley takes pleasure) in :J :f,' / ;J/ \\I /I
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Florida from 1892:? to 1S9C. when the recominfnding Herbine." 50c. bot- I ; / !.. / .t I to!
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ry is a guarantee of 1/1 V ...\ ,, i J.i .. r'k
The Ocala House Barber Shop, located infirmities of ate and the great injury tie at Anti-Monopoly Diugstore. ( I\.JY \. /

In the middle of the front of th. sustained in a runaway accident absolute purity and ---4"C.'I1' ", ,- k j3' Loo : "t.J'
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hotel, offers the best service in its line incapacitated him for the duties of fine flavor of its FOR SALE ; .Ily"\" : .
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of any place In the city. Competent the high } ositiollI in Timber Land : ''' 0. (.;""
Big Bargain '
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I milk and cream. .. ...,1'I'.1". : ,;" ,.. >'; /'' ; -.
General J. J. nicki the .
and skillet! workmen and courteoustieatment. Major Gn, \ "! .. i' ....
Fourteen thousand acres of the If I.\' .. 'S/ ? !'t.r'J. ... ..:.. ;j-Y ,.....
(;f'o. 1''. Williams, (tint and former commander of the ''- "' F-- 1'>\. ...'f.. '
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Geo. B. Tyler iinest turpentine and saw mill timber i 1I:. ,. ;...__. .it'.f, ... .1. ..:"
PropriEtor! Florida Division of the United Confederate ;: ,: ;. .' !.. :!I'' ..J":7.i.ft: ; \11'- if.i-
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in the state. Has fine transportation .....1.. "...';.", .. .. .. .:r ',.V. .' '$!r. "- \
Veterans, born in Malian .. ) J \ '
was &
Box S2t Ocaa.I r:'cilities.Vill be sold at a bargainto W # ;y. ::yi1fJ; n. .!\ .'\_ :. -. t \ ;:\\ I \ IIfi\ 't
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WATCH FOR 1CHILL. county, Va., March 27 1815, In I to i" ,I _",, ; tr.Jr.. ) :""': :..'.":', :.'"); \'It"
when __ .. ______ i wind up an estate. A fortune for .;7 ;: ; --I..,.,<'"... ':\\ 'l
the good old times the people I .
However slight at this time of year" --- -- --- WEJ, F\\ '\
Address Box r.b.;:: Ocala, .'Jllt ? 1r
I I IFiqa some one. --1..". I
of that grand mountain country werein .Iff.4"., _, _:' .-;.. .. ,_ ._
and in this climate, it is the forerunner "" ; / ....... ._ --
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of malaria. A disposition to blissful ignorance of the speed of I oJ. -=,- k- -_ -. ; ../... h/I J:. !i
the wondeiful "iron horse," and .,V'"? ;.:-'=?:: -Air...- ;.'to-.' ? ,7"" "_ 'J''>';.-::>' .r5t..1.YJ ", '.'
yawn, and an all tired out feelir. I I LOW SETTLERS' RATES TO -*?' .. 'Jt'-.r-s/ ( .F /----.z---.-.:.".. .-" = .'
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even comes before the chill. Herb when called away from their peaceful By California Washington, ,./ _r/" / -.. '. -:::...---..,,:0't'. :' '.

ine, by its prompt stimulative autou homes on business or pleasurewere r Oregon, and, the Northwest r.*'"/ ._._....-..0----:.......-:,.- .,i-I'v"*t* '-"9.- "' *J'
on the liver, drives the malal ial content with the great comfortof S WOrK aq I Il l I : -

germs out of the system, purifies the the old fashioned family coach or SKilled ] ,: October.Every day Missouri in September Pacific and Ry. Write The Best Machine in the World

blood, tones up the system an'.l le the public stage coach. His father .
stores health. 30c. at Anti-Monopoly was a planter! so his boyhood life OnChoiecst I I. E. Rehlander, T. P. A., They cost but a trifle compared v; ith the money they will make you.
I IUrng Chattanooga., Tenn. We are headquarters for the DEERI G MOWING MACHINE. Come and
; rural He remarkable
tore. was: a one. was -
Matarials examine them and you will buy one. We also have Hay Rakes.
for his love of the martial, and !l

BLANK BOOKS delighted in reading of the brilliant I ACTS IMMEDIATELY

We have a thousand dollars' i I exploits of the great military leadersof I have a very complete line of I I HUBBARD & MACDUFFDealers

history. It was the cherished Fall Samples, also a big stockof Colds are sometimes more trouble!
worth of blank (lx>oks. Every style,
hope of his father hat his son, who Piece Goods for Suits and some in summer than in winter. It's in General Hardware Sash Door, Blinds and Screens, Etc., Ete
size ruling and price, from centstotiloeach. II
5 va named for his old friend, Gin Trousers. Call and see my sam so hard to keep from adding to then ... -.- .
Ocala News Co. and have ta -
ples measure
eral Jackson, should be educated at ken. Seventeen years your in the busi I while cooling off after exercise. One *: >trV **&plfrvf
FOR RENT West Point and therefore his early ness should learn your needs. Minute Cough Cure cures at once. '

The old McCall house-furnished tastes were all so directed that at Respectfully, I I Absolutely) safe. Acts Immediately. Nine- HER.BINE.
Sure cure for coughs, colds, croup, |
.' Apply to G. W. Wells. the age of sixteen he 'had attained t

his fiill height of six feet, and, as :3 Jetty Burnett, throat and lung troubles. AntiMonopoly .
| Tenths _', '- ..." ;- ..',:
Drugstore. *!t.i : ";' :
Hard Water Soap or Cocoanut I the inevitable result of such rapid Merchant Tailor.

Oil Soap. 4 cakes for 5 cents, at I growth his physical strength wa of Juices from Natural Roots.
the Anti-'JIOJlopoly Drugstore. I impaired. He was therefore sent to One Door North of Masters MISS AXXIE SHARPE i{ ;

South Florida where he found a genial Announces the opening of her all the

Hancock's Liquid Sulphur cure clime and a pleasant home with I II school on :Monday, October 6th I | REGULATES 1 Liver,Stomach and Bowels, ;

skin troubles of every nature. No I relatives. His studies were continued Fresh Fish I
home should be without it. Ask0\\* 1902. People 1 the System, Purifies the Blood, :
and the passed quickly
years i Departments same as usual :
druggists for a book on Liquid Sul I without the hoped-for military Lake Weir Bream and :
away Kindergarten, primary, intermedi \ Suffer pURES Malaria Biliousness Constipation >
phur. By Anti-Monopoly Drug Co. I training. Trout also all kinds of ,
ate. A full of compettnt
lIe entered the Confederate serI I I Salt and Fresh }Vater teachers will he corps in charge. I t I | from a U Weak Stomach anif Impaired Digestion.Diseased i i i ii i
Coke Shampoo and Soap f :
vice as a lieutenant of artillery. On For further information address
for the hair scalp anti skin, cleans,I the reorganization of the army he Fish received every day. i Every Boitls Grafted to 6ie Satisfactiea.ARGE .
( :Miss) An.iie :M. Sharpe, I>o_<
beautifies. For sale by AntiMonopoly Free delivery to any part i I
was promoted to the captaincy. In :' UO1TXX 6ktALL > .
of the 532. Ocala, Fla.CA.sTOItIA.. !
Drugstore. 1SG3 he received a commission from city. I I I Liven Price, SO Cents.

Governor Milton as major general to !I ICE IN ANY QUANTITY *
c .STOn..e.: : .. I i i : by JAMES h BALLARD St Loub. Ho.!
I command the state militia, but de- lute Kid/! You lIai !!' ecugtt S Prepared
.. ilia Kind YcJ Nate Play 83i r7: I Vim. TuckerStalls Bears the 3YS
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l3tgastaroof ?L/fl{.:/ Z{ I ( Continued on Second Page.)) 5 and 7, City Market I 3i!llitlr lor ( W/X L I)!kAt'$( For sale by Anti-Monoioly Dnizstore and all other leading drugstores

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worth of property to be levied and
I P&"OUW'S Rbe1UD&)
'assessed: against tip taxable! p.'ovty -

'! j Iu the --aid: county of Marion for ;; T Yl1er's I D. H. Brown, Editor! KIDNEYSlg e.

I. the ..ear :: i>\t2 and the money .so __ '

rafted to le st-t aside as a road fund t BACKACHE
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Ito, be urea !in the construction, im- The Literary Society will hold

1 p.-ovement and maintenance of the \; Dyspepsia ;; the ir usual Monday night exercises I A n Urinary Bladder and lOTT T> '"

nuMic! loads: culverts and bridge ; of !''at the Mt. Moiiah church tonight. .Diseases.j oJ-tII.We.11. U J EI

the said county of Marion, and in the !
The subject for debate is, "Resolved
;i purchase: of such implements teams Remedy I Antl- IO Drugstore, Ocala, ?a.
That #
| wagons, camps, outfits and stockades: i j} i woman is man's equal: Able -- __ .
ar Infants; and Children. for the use and safe keeping of the !i Worry kills lots of people and ;!i speakers and essayists are on to discuss t ---- ---

MrOMMUMBMUMJIMMBBIBBMMiMBBM UataMBB&MHBCasUiria convict force as may be found neces- i sometimes bankers. It impedes dii ,: the subject and those attending SEABOARD
i is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil PCI' '. ? in the
( proper carrying out of I hound
irritates : to be benefited.
geruion.: the .
gorlr, Drops and Soothing Syrup It is Pleasant.! It the work upon the public roads of nervous system AIR LINE RAILWAY

j toutahldUlCr Ojiiuzn, Morphine nor other Narcotic said county, and for the employui! 1 ,;; and in many ways destroys health. If j I; For ice cream, cold. drinks,

f'tuh' tal1c!!. It destroys AVorins and allays Fevertelmess.; of such additional labor! a, may be : you are worried with business" or otnj j j ham and
It cures Diurriia-iv and Will Colic. f egjjs. meals by the day or SPECIAL RATES .
It relieve Teeth'lug deemed nec'essaty. Ordered by res-j I erolution troubles, Tj ncr's Dyrpepsia Rent-
Troubles! and cures Cou. tiatiOJ.. It regulate the of the Board of County Corn I 1 week( of the best the market affords SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS NOWon
cdy will meet and baffle all ill
Stomach and IJowcJs, givfn:? liealthy and natural bleep. misioners: of Marion county Florida effects i' served, in the finest style, go sale at specially reduced rates

Tin Children' l'aulcca-'fhe Mother--' Frieud. passed at the regular meeting of I'll i ewes Indigestion and dyspepsia I I i j I ito( the City Restaurant, :Mrs. Alice for the round trip to prominent

said) board on the 3d day of June A. tones up the :J.
The Kind inpj!nett. proprietress. health and watering resorts In the
You Have : 7-16 tf f
Always Bought D. 140: S. T. Sistnmk, nires calm, refreshing sleep and a 1 Virginias, the
> Carolinas
The nni.dc rendered Georgia,
by the Union
Clerk of the Hoard of County Con rood healthy and
Bears the appc- Alabama,
of TennesseeKentucky
Signature mi .tioneis of Marion county, Fla. Corpet Band last Friday night from
lite. other
I states North and West Write
grand stand has been
Publisher's Affidavit highlyj
What a Banker Says for full data.

State of Florida Marion county. (ss) j 1 praised by the music loving public. $38.25
-DesMOINES, I IA. on
Mr. Chas. E.
I, C. L. to Currier of the Arian 'If
Hittinger, certify that I a you want your dresses made In t of annual
one of the publishers of the Ocala ta National Bank, says: "I often use the latest session Sovereign Grande
Weekly Star style and according to th Lodge I. 0. 0, F. Tickets will
a newspaper published Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy for acute be
d !Host
up to date fashions
weekly in the aforesaid county and carry your on sale September 11, 12. 13 and

In Use For Over 30 Years.AUGUST I that the notice of special levy for I indigestion and have always fouud I s=f"rlng: to llrs. Francis Thomas at 14, limited returning to September
that it
gives immediate
telief. I
wad tax of con- her house
a copy which is hereunto near the county Jail.
'_'!!... lr eOMP..r YY_YUnM.r trT "..I[w.Y."l e''Y''Y'' attached published; cider it 25. An extension to October 15
!i.\t '''' ",:TTiL ;:'::: _; I was in said paper a of very high i imerit. j' At :Mt. Zion A. M. E.

--- ------- in its issues of June 6, 13, 20, 27, ." I| church yesterday may be secured by depositing tirii-!

-- -- -- -- I July 4, 11, 18, :35, and August .1, 1902. I the services were highly interesting ets with joint agent at DesMoines

I C. L. Bittinger. Price 50 cents per large bottle. .: and greatly enjoyed. by those; not earlier than September 16, nor
MEETING I ties! ; J. A. Grumbles, with HenryGordon ; in
Subscribed attendance.i .
and sworn to beforeme For sale by druggists. Six but .i later than September 22, and
and J. G. upon
Baskin as sureties
I ; this
Of the Marion County Board of Com- .! .J. F. Folks, with \''. J. Folks and H. 4th day. T.of Sistrun.1 August ,1902.S. Clerk.. !lcs for $2.50 or sent by express on !I!I; good board and comfortable'lodging I payment of fee of 50 cents. ,

L. Seckinger as sureties. And it receipt of price by Tyner's Dyspepsia ;' at reasonable rates go to the I $60.25 -Denver Col. and
rnisfione'-s: The matter of Mr. Leaman, appearing to the board lust [ I II Mack I return
'he best Co. j! House; on Exposition street ,
cia'ru::d to be in need was referredto interest of Marion county Remedy 107 1-2 S. i+I August 22, 24, 29, 30 and 31.

(Official Report) Commissioner Fort with authority would'hat be subserved it is ordeied! Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga. j j t Ii i I Mrs. Malissa Mack, Proprietress. 3 1t 2I" See ticket agent for limits.Cintl.

to have him admitted to the poor a levy of forty cents on the I Send to for a'':i Mr. Randall Pendleton who has other
5c. postage information.
AnU3t 4, A. I). 1902.A $100 worth of property be and tne pay .

farm if he finds it necessary. ante is hereby made against the.i sample bottle.'b en sick at home for more than a Special conditions
covering diversen
regular meeting of .he Board of Applications: for permits to sell : I

County Commissioners: was held wines, beer and liquor in Election 11 taxable property in the county of -"- -"- ,, --"----- !|: week has recovered and returned routes: and to.i.overs.

Monday, August 1.1 A. D. 1902. District No. 1 were presented by J. Marion for the year 1902 for the pur- his work in Citrus county. I For
hose.; as stated in the above notice I $7 002. July 7, warrants cancelled }i sleepliigoeaj ..reservations and
Present: H. W. Lon;. chairman. F. Edwards :Maurice Strauss, Car 'j *For clean l '
peas anda first class ta write '
and, the said: levy will in $1 36.75. Amt outstanding warrants 1\
appear connection :
and Commissioners N. A. Port J. L. michael & Son Co., C. P. McGrath | I I '
: witu the $G56:;.2i[,. ble at a quiet house. John+ Dozier W. W.
Edward.F.. S. Lucius and E. L. and J. P. Galloway; in District No. .I ( other levies hereinafter go to the "YonaHouse. I. .. Condon,

Wartmann.Aliiuitcj :24, by W. H. Stephens and C. H. HolJandswoith. 1- made and ordered for cv.itpurposes. County .!...'CIIIL June 3. 1C. am t. ," next door south of the old Agent. fX C. T. A. -
The Board -.tamlin '.:nm.nt3 $13\\)::;.!:: I i .
of County ; : ; July 7. I Ba A. MoiOontll tI, A. G. P. A.
of last meeting were re-i-i They were !iei! and notices : zar, Mrs. Bella Williams, Proprie- I
Commissioners[ having determined warrants issued $153623.: 'ro d 1
and aJpro\! fl. ordered published :as i'quested 1 i tress. II
the amount to be raised for 52S41.5ir.Tnly 7, warrants tfi. Ii I
.all cancelled.
county -
Th:' platter of damage to the pu!)- by !law. Same to be ai-t<>d upon at I'
lie joad!! iM'twf-on Srr.Hh( Lake and :ire" k meeting of the board. purposes ordered that the following !J S9 t.jl))8S. Amt. standing warrants ; At the Zion M. K. church Rev.j:i L.ALEXANDERPractical
I levy be made for the 1902 $l 1. SO./5.I) I
r.akWeir by II)* carts was takou J1 r. Waitmann oleied 1 the foliow4 year Hartley entertained and edified his 1
: i on all the real and personal propertyin Fine and Forfeiture: ,June 1. 19o2 l
up and ('oirinis.sioner! Lucius lepcit- 4 le-ioliition : That :lPrfaftp.1' no
Marion! county subject to taxation j amt standing warrants. ?I H(>24f.l 1 ; people by excellent sermons and
ed that Inhad fill
inspected ssuw trl l :shall he considered 'by the
for each fund .July 7. wai rants .issued : !!) 87.&f singing.
lespectively) to wit: $3.9 : CARPENTER
found no material! damage done t to oa d I unless the! same shall nave I AND BUILDER
For school 51, Total. LW4.38.: July 7. canooi j>.
said read.\ After ... : : county purposes, I I'or I I _
dkcw:: ion of the 'Hca fi'.el with the clerk on Saturday: hot meals, I lunches Ice ('rpm j
mill;; for county load purpose.;; ;, 4 j wai nmt::!. $427.74 ; amt. standing' i I I Careful estimates made
Mr. ; on all
same hv McKinney: and Mr. C'ainey efurr the meeting of the board o or COM thinks at all hours' day or con
the r<'poit of the couiniuteevas ;-he fir-t Monday, to be audited. Minilb j : for.county proper, 2 mills; warrants, $!!JGi.,64.. Outstanding! 0:1'JII night, call at the old Ike Tompkins ,'!,! tract worn Gives more and better
for fine and, l forfeiture fund, 1 mill.1 l funds, $941252.! (work for the
) If! stand | money than other
adopted.Mi. \vai ordered that hereafter any i on S. Marnolia street: and g f'tthp : j i any
Abrogate, 12 mills. I Moneys in the Treasury: July: 7.
L I man in town
\ .ma'r: a poaie.l before the, j I .C 1 -ou buying goods for thy county ; best.; Mr. Jeff Davis proprie I
An occupational! tax of 50; per cent I fine! and forfeituie.! lc.; county pror'r. i
hoard and o"j.d..1 l to the Irvin and 'iu: t procure blank bill from tth tur. 5-23-tf '
l Fairis l l roiJ ?,on! inronsh Li- Ink! and O. K. Same when made eof the amount requited by the state 3.-:.. ; county build'ng! $4.87. county : !I
; I i is: hereby) imposed on every business I road $1173.03." :: Total balance: on At Covenant Baptist church the us-j J. A GOIYER & BROTHER .
land. Thefc.iir! was referieil :."jCr.HnuiHtlWI' >:it by !thal.ty! ( from whom pur- ,
; W for mlj'.ul!. J.:,',: 'J. I profession or occupation! carried rC n I hand, ?H i.!)9. County indebtenP3$1934.G3. +!L ual: order of services were carried i i '

in Marion (countv for which a stat- ; t out to the satisfaction !
cation.A :',!'I! :( .!k i ns for }pensions fiom the of member'sIntt
I lu' i is requhed) and the clerk of This statement of the finances of SUITS FflOM EIGHT DOLLARS UP
1 pc tit.!)n havinwcii\ filo-i '!n; !,' of !Floiida on accuuni o[' !;ez'I a friends i in attendance I
I the said !board! Is ordered to. report the co'intv! does not inrlude ;hehool -! more than !fifty of MK \'jir' '
it'41 vot. i iMario. rs antax! payer; of appjcivrd: as follows: .Jauie. Fie e't'the I+j!I.j j same to tljtax assessor. The i :' fund. Furni.>liftl: rooms by the day on i Material UnequHed for the Price
trustees of th4II'iun:; !iUIHcItOdllI l "t Fiiif imposfd by ju-tices; ci the I
.) < oiny.pointn : -ia'/in.; foth.;* n;>- mall I O. W. (oilier. nrOI'?C' \V. \\' l" j I w.'ek.pply to Mrs.r Mariali( An- ;
j di. t.l'icli; of :Million cotinty Jt't v.ic leported a- follows: 1 1'.
) \t of :a licit and I It'I'P.! 1 Mooie. It. .l. Kvmn. Rosa{ IIIlJIIIIt'Z'.1 cI\'r
game .1I ; ?nl1.
j I j.U in;? front I to 22 inclusive! [Rullock.! $70; .l. N. Shtvld. $10II.J ) : T. 7 20 ;\ {CLEANING DYEING AND -
den hi aid for! ";:lilt, t (h1lltin m si- C. Shorter. and Thomas L. Joh n- REPAIR
limit i I ? of which are set forth with ant'.tiiiiate ,?/tmann.+ ?100; C. I. Gra.-o: $230: ; : : At Mt. Moiinh church! the H. Y. P'j
ftId ( 'hai lt r Sentrv of au.'l)* sen. ) I ISO
of the of D Crawford. $1i::;. ::
: !seivices in
: the
fart ii hen* madf on the mlnlitP'; ofhv i Tho (:It"rwa} directed to or,'.,\r :, money morning were i ir' Injand .
and! likc'lto be 'he: following! jiftice. .. ,
raised ieporle.1 _
neof-vaij 't >
the Ixuutl and aid Uoanl o* v'ouui" t two dozi-n+ convict suit;;. : ; I j fr'J ( ,[ill; the le.sson was well ;,
+the! supplement! of the county school! :tinetflpo.f.; .| i in HUM-! roit'for' ii.,.f
roma! iisiSone.j do h-Mvliv tftoiu' The following notary pullie lnip.1weie !-; ;; ) rlirutisel ; Spring Samples In Great for
: ; I by Urothers Murray. Tibba Variety
I a-t Month W.V.
'. rood( appropriated. in the i>in-l t'oi I : J:1t k;iJl. H. 1 L.
mend to tit(' ftnveinor <;Jf the zi'jtf uf approved: J. A. Sleveu?. with :
he next ensuing lola-.tiv; ': year and j Iranih.-ini./ ; W. J. Dod un. Alxaader. aiVjime Williams.! The calling of I Inspection
Florida! that John Pa-t"ur. of f.farioM H. T. Wartmann and T. T. IuHro e thej j
!ha! ',:ng certified to the rate of rail l. '. M. M. Proctor J. M. HarKc: chinch! toll --
and the for the
rally I in-i
Florida ., mte; J. M. : j
count, ? ai>:.olnrril; fi i I .
age voled to bo sejsod and irate! II.V Itoii'la) M. H. Ro-i. E.
tosltvtupon }
"&I(,(- \va-.le i of rail 1 oo-n; *" in I :'hilly and J. C. Mathews. sureties, 1 snrance !J1"'mlUm I necessitated shorrsermons | BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEY
flt1 ) the taxable! (piopertyvithin: S. Sraith and J. ,V. 1 Ly.: : ':. i
pursuant or the -ta'litp i in lId!, soil 1'.I. Fink. with W. G. Deg i ; IN TOWN
>; i! TIm which were delivered" by the
l I board )
the said !W\.tz ai sJ't'cial} Hlh.'hooI.lj thereupon adjourne-.I.!
case made! aid 'au.t'3 Sims and J. D. Enecks ,
: }ovMed, and .1.:> sustiPi. ('" II
: (j lijt.-kts! for that year. and the assp.ssor S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk. pastor.
fk-rk or this l: JUlt I is iei! ?t'M 1 1 to. 1 i r Our $8 Suits Are a Trtn-Strike 1
i is
properly nbtlfy lie! soveir.or of It.; nand to carry: firearms were apmoved ;;'and i the collector hereby directed to assess ---- ;i "0o to Rev. S. S. Bellamy, the .

action in ti"> Meini1-. for Ii.. 1'. Morrison. C T. How '' 'taxable: to collect on the JUST LtJ.T HER jeweler, for any ',kind of jewelry, stationery. NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
1 1
II. K. Wntkln waau: ,ointol in W.t.\ Dunn. L. J. Harper. Paul 'i property the said re;

speotor: of mark-; and h. :mll:; af Dh! \ I Dai and and W. L. Simonton. !J school districts: as fellows: clock r"paiiin a specialty. Satisfaction :! Nut Door to Geo. K. Robinson the
\Vhnoo ;
i I CKala No. 1. :3: mills Mclntosh No. came that sprightly step.ral')1 .
tract 24 and C Y. Millar al! ;'oiT!.r.t E. 1'. Tlta arc1. tax collector, sub-1 I I : | :;l1arantf' 1. tf 8 22 \ Cotton

in;:pe( tcr of narks and Ih 111l.1-t a Dater; )\\s\ report of doubles, eriors -. 3 millUelievicw! : No. 3, 3 mills; ) tEl:;;; skin rich 1'0.eOIUll1exion: ( Mrs. Melissa Mack and husband '! Buyer'P.

Leioi tall: in;;olvPUCie4! which was, on mo- F'fmviilo 4..I:: mills; Dunnd'onNo. niiiin1; fare. She l looks good, feels ;' O. BOX 134
:3. 2 mill*: ltpd+lick No.6. are happy over the advent of a baby's
Mi, B. U. I e'tner 2ip3a: : >'el: tfor<* .ion. approved<< and he was ordered 31 '-'ood. Here's her secret: She us : -'--
I mill :;; Pine Level No. 7, 3 mill girl 1 in their
the hoard and fhowetl tit tt Me held rred'ted! on account thereof as I'd-! ; family. Mother and j LOUISVILLE & NASHVillE
Or. R.
Kinss :ref Life R.
Inns Mayville{ No 3. 1 mill; Weir.'dale No'' : Pills. Result. i ij daughter ,
tax deed-5. rt* (',', ta'n !all: an'! that : are doing well.
14 t 2 mill: Ciira No. ]0. :3: mills! ('ii i iAn| !1 orgmc.tirE". digestion i
( ; good l. no
tho> :'t3tc' i.I.l ( :'!'t121.q:! a!c.'m"t "o'nt} dl ol . . . $1245.9fi'o.nty i' -- 1I

the jsmc- a". I'-illows: 7"9 End TC'l(; 0' road . . . 99t..97: ncr. Farm Xo. 1'!i. 3 mills:! Pond | headaches.} DO chance for "bines." ; A MINISTER'S GOOD i I Firstclass Service and Quick Sched
I-No 12.3; mills! No. | WORK
; Sparr 13. 2
16. 70 and 7f; of r 7ointy ) ? . . : ; i
> April H93.! !PJU! J pro; r 49S. JrlraJlb j Candler Pry them yourself. Only 25 cents it'i; i I uks

and 10:6: of ()dohpl". lsf 4R 'n 1 102' P. and! F . . . . 2 j : No. 14 2 mills; FelV he ; i -- ,
Anti-Monopoly .
Of Au "'st i ftO. CSS of Auu+ht. 1000!}( Poll* . . .. . . 1482.t Ji;.; j lowshiuo.. U., 1 mill; Electra : a. Drugstore.SEABOARD: I i "I had a severe attack of bilioue I -TO-
1C. 3 mills; Blitchton No. 17. 3 mills
and 840 of July, 1901. and that :. Sib ; colic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's i
fa School: District Xo. I.! f ;fartf-J No. 18. 2 mills: Fort Rio; No. : i BIRMINGHAM, NASHVillE ,-

lands were assessed greatly in PK $I nr..9!; <'; No. :2, $IOJKo.; ... 3, $ !0.8fio. ; ;i 1t! 3 mills: Canulet No. 20. 2 mUN! : c olic, Cholera, and Diairhoea R m-i'! EVANSVILLE
cess of their; actual value. Afte \ ')') n-j CHICAGO,
4. $9.42 No. i. .__ No. i i
: oiIl;) ; 6.'Linarlale' No. 21. :3 mill; Cottons Air Line edy. took two doses and was entirely {
consideration it was: ordered that 7M:' No. 7. S64 Railway | LOUISVILLE.
: ? : No. 4. S2 CINCINNATI
; ,
i ]Plant! and Leroy No. 2:??. 2 mills. "
the < omtlro'lor' he recommended tallow Xo. J). $4,32; No. 10. $19.0.1.: I I i cured. says Rev. A. A. Power, of R
j The sanlate being: the rate of | "Oj
the Fame to lIe redeemed h- Bond of C. Y. Miller! inspector of'r'! Office of As't Gen. -I'alR. Agt t purrs, 1an.h fy neighbor across ti ST. LOUIS.
lge de.i n\t'c1 by the hO?.rds of i v ..
paying the fare valne of said cortiloatPo nai };<; and brands at Leroy with W.It I .h'cs for said special school clis-1:|[Seaboard Interchangeable! Mileage street was sick for over a week had AND ALL POINTS WEST ANU

; and t1Xfo!' the" omitt'J year 'I. Lucius and G. H. Leitner. suret; t trict3 respectively and pay the* Darnelto Tickets two or three bottle of medicine from \ NORTHWEST
at valuation of y!. 11'r an{>. ii;>' \va.s aopro.-e.l.! II I
I it the county trca- urer. the! doctor lie used them for three I' -
(C'oniiu'si'ORf Lou-+ :{ way anpaintp:! On rto'iun. it was ordered that the! ; On motion, it was ordered that I The Seaboard Air Line Railway has: !
a L-oninr.JU'o: { : of to onfVr or four days without relief, then call-i j
one ( with : of dMrii-t t resisiration i officoi1 bej MOBILE, NEW ORLEANS
]Election District i No. 10 be made aprSeattle : placed on sale one thousand mile tic k- :
Mr. A. B. Ron with reference to th e- :ixe-J at 51 l day and ten cd in another doctor who j!
!per cents treated him i
timber j I rtistrif-t i for beef cattle ant cut :
from the
l'i--hi I
of way lilc in :;Din? for and {
returning majority of the! voters I for' several days and him
wanted l It" Mr. Ron on the Flerin} ry' vegistiation book I of this district Its entire system, and also over the gave no r'*-1 I -

ton !. T. 11. Pasteur; (01111ttrE"":\ urer. j! 1 having petitioned the board to al P-j i lines of its important connections 'lie' !. so cli&chargd! him. I went over to !|l THROUGH TICKETS VIA THE t... '
;ll-oint j L. A. Grig !s' inspector of beef
motion. it vasvordrc-l subt.iittt'd ; in all ?ee him the next morning. He
that th' his repre.senting approximately
: report showin; re'Ceipts. :; stile. it was ordered" that he be 3.1 1'J !, : saMj I & N.

coniiiioll., he icioramen-led tutran. I '_ disbursfmer.ts; and balancej: :j j pointed as such inspector. j j I IBCJ.1l'd 15,000 miles. h his !bowels were !in a terrible fix, that I j, Are Sold by All Railroad Coupon
fer to L. I). March ..
all tax ceitifitate is (:>llows! : i Full Information ,
'; held! hv the tate of Florida I then'upon' adjourned until] j! as to these tickets they had been running off so long if j Ticket Agents in Florida. '

on the Anf'd{)at1a grant in townships County; Piopor.lalPire tomorrow morninj :i' may be obtained upon application to : was almost: bloody flux. I asked hi raj I _

} . . | -- ,[ agent or of the f
.5 .03 any representative
M md 15. rane 2S! upon tht I II if;j he had tried Chamberlain' Colic i For schedule,
!; rates and sle '
I x car
pavrr"nt of ?."")(). Hoc. i ipts . . 222.20 $ 22.T.32: :[ IVednesday.:1un. 6. 1902. I!|1 Company. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy anl'llhe : j I
Disbursed I . 222.7C | reservation apply to
The clerk wn ipquc\:;tpd' to writeto I J, B-aid: met. All members present;: ;! ;! said "Xo." I went home and: j I
the clerk of the fov.rt of Oranat' J. M. FLEMING, Fla. Pass. Agt..
Balance . r.1[ motion it was resolved that. brought film bottle and
$ my gave
and :;k him I
county a to furni h the
obheieafter; no petition for public road 206! W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla.
phn.- and co-t? of their prison vaa, County Road. will be '', CASTOR A one dose; told him to take another |
granted unless the !
petitioners C. L. STONE. G. P. A., Louisville. Ky.i .
On 1'intior.: it was ordered l that a' Ualaice . ., $1472.08 I hall secure a right of way there- I;; dose in fifteen or twenty minutes ifj I j .
For Infants ---- --- -- -
person > hrininr beef to mark* ,leceipts: . . 400.57 for I and Cbldren. -- -
$1873.65 I without expense to lire county: 1 he did not find relief, but he took norlOrf'

mu-t \,?n' same inteted .r.t ila! --(' Disbursed; . ]:i1G.82 and: : the county cannot. under present ; fSie Kind YC-J Havo Bought ; and "
Aiv/sys/ = was entirely cured. Foi
Whl'i0r1! or fuinhh a r 'l'tHkitl"that I condition of i j
finances all!
s-aree: v/a inspected In dhtrkt Iblam-e . $ ids: 83 'i i rights of way for ill. up a Bars the 'n'' ...--- ..- : ?ae! by Anti-Donopoly Drugstore. Wa llintml DL.

whet Itutfheied! ant! uron rpf'lc.a! I''. and F. The Kelley!! Road Roller Co.. by itsrepiesentative. j ; : /7'! /. i'f./' //.../.... I, : :

thp !Jns-ppitor shall ake charge o* lalnnw . . .$ .01 i iReceipts )its. Plyl);. appeared I I CigratMre .:f L.its' ..(;;(AttU TABLETS ,

si'fli beet a id lefase to allo\v thosale : : . . OO. .,).)."c $335.37 ; I before the board and agreed: that in''j I ,

theiccf. Disbursed . 334 SO i, j
The r.e.ttlon; Pl:" ,l at Iftit meetin" -- -- ij to Dade to view the"o'k i tablets. I Only
[ county cfi; \ 1 Any color, finish or thickness
for a ii-iblir road from Electra to i ir. 1 a' ncc. . . . .$ .57 j H I their machire: -made roads and that !I CHEAP TO TEXAS .
terse ran of Sharp's} Ferry and Fo. t j : .of paper, 5 to 25 cents. I From Jacksonville, corresponding
in the event such visit leads to the (Oklahoma and Indian '
The tax assessor being present i I Territoryntl rate from oilier polnt" FJn>l-
Gate ; road at e-Ue of the scrub TO': ,.:th the assessment book for the j j purchase one of their maphia'g. i ,\ l return August 5th and i9th. l Ocala News Co. I class ronnd trip tickets on sale
j (October 5ln l
prcntidrTho ame to he opened h; that raid will deJuc-t the : < m.llmitbyexteneton, -
the petitioners. ear 1!I:2.: the board resolved] itself iI! company |! September 2(1 and i6th awl l Octo-1' S"vrmt -
j ( x: of such I TEXAS I
ito a board: of equalization for the'' renses committee from ;j' l; Ipreeoune A. K No extra
The petition! to anrojitp pH" ,the 'ost of said mar-hlne. berth and 21st. charge: fo PI time or the luiurl* .'
Miri; ode of reviewing! and ('{tnalizin, I I i The Land of Many Crops I ntee of
road from cater rections! G. 1:, Tie bid of W. J. Waters to repair thus tie
he 'es.-meuts;; and sties thrt Via
'joara i
aj)1 2: to Anihoav. usually known.'a* i ihad the bridge across Blue Springs Run i. Best reached via Memphis and the '

Hie'Q,,:.'--n 'r It?. wa" file? -! and laover :fis: :>raent examined rolls} the and assessments reviewed l the mad as- i: for the sum of $3:5 was on motion I I i The Iron Mountain Route., Tid.- J Iron[ Mountain Route. Two trains I The New Initial /

la be taken un on Tae:'=da'af! i by the a3EfflSOrVcrI' appioved. ThekrL : accepted. !Ir. Lcng was appointed Isis good twenty-one days. Write daily: reclining chair cars seats free) Line atJacksonville
ter first oadiiv in Serten !*er. 19 t rOn > I ,
a committee to sign a contract and standard Pullman Sleeping Cars
was directed to prepare a writI ori I. E. Rehlander. T. P. A. ; I
nrtiou! it wnordered that R : I j the !same. j I j through to Dallas. Fort Worth and K' ,.
en paper the metes and bode it ;
B. Tti'l'o"k he paid! S15 attorney of eich of the sub-school districts 7 in j! The clerk was requested to notify : Chattanc>r t,1'ettlt \ J JI Paso; without change this line also n

fee in eto'e(nttn; cae for vio'atior the county to furnished the tax j i the board of (countv commission i -I reaches Arkansas, Oklahoma Indian Southern Railway

I of the trame law. of Putnam county that their or Territory, Arizona. New Mexico find .
as?e: Don d a.ljoumed; vnt'l T'ealay | '
the bridge California. Books and pamphlets descriptive
across Orange Cieek wn ; *
oar :e of Chapter 47C9, Acts of 1S99 j ;: Most Luxurious
morning. the Road of County Commisiioners I in bad condition and ask them to ; --- of the Western states lrfei i
the I have same repaired. Commissioner +! The registration books qf thej i A postal! card trill do it. WriteI. I Trains ,
on --- day of June. A. }
Tuesday. Au.rast :5 i, 1902. 1J.02 eau::el notice to bo published D'I I| \Vaitmann was authorized ,o haveji|i county will be opened Thursday. Fri. i 1':. Rehlander. T. P. AChattanooga .. I In the World. .

Boir'l met. All member pre?eu:. a? required by law, which notice ar.d''! Marion county's part of said budge ; Clay and Saturday August 7. S and! I j Tenn -

The application of J. J. IIuJnH l! | :aJEilavit! of publisher attached th?rr; +J 1"3 Mr ired. j .9! and continue open the last thr?e I I I Krery roaming at o o'clock. Kvt-ty -

for lit euo to tairv fi'oavms. aftcensidetaton (>r''o: L a.i fo'lows.: to-wit: Long filed his report on poor wPpi SUMMER RATES i I cveclnratT: o'cJ.)('k. from lack'
farm. (days of each until the SN'Olllll BODTllli' L'i than
showingexpPnes for twmtf-thwe
was refi'ced. In of I i
pursuance Chapter 4769. Actse
I '
hotiH ta \Vanhlngton via OPTIIEKN _
Pct tfH13! to carry firearms;; we rf 189 of the Law,; of Florida month to be $103.22. j :Saturday in October. I lun.\\' \\". -
no-I Via Atlantic Coast Line
apnro-e,1 as WOV.M: O. V.*. Ilt'a:aa: i j tice i is hereby given that !it is the in- The cleik filotl: the following Cc d inThe|I otlice will be lor'ate'1 in Mr.

with 0:. S. S.-ott; and V0 (hibrai,h. i tcnt'oi' of the Coanl of County C. I|' dal statement: j City Ticket 01'1".116 \Vft Bay Strt-et> .:
;j >m- j I I I'lyatt's abstract office, corner of : Slimmer rates (one and one- Jack son vtll -. Fla. .
as sj'ip'lpW.; H. !Ila'l. with' J. O i iFer I Financial Statement .
: + mi? ion''rt.: of Ma1! ion county, Fl ori, '
1 :Main street :!Il.! Oklawaha av 'nu<'. f fourth fare for round trip) on sale Fill Inforovitlon fan be obtained
i' on. anrV. T. :Mrfiiha'in: a ; '1 1snret'e 'Ja. :tf the: regular} meeting of the i Count Pro];er: ..Turn3.. tn1! _: ann' I from ,

v- Ts"ift.. wit1} T. I[). aid board which! convenes on the i standing warrants $; :; July :7. J. D. Per;II'm. j; t o all resort point Good till October '

(:rawfod and., T. E. ,Pasteur as su e4th day of August, A.. D. 1902, to variants issued, $S11,GS;!). Total Rfgiiittatiun Officer fur Marion: ('o. ;; J ist. : H. F. GARY, F, P. A., JacksenrHft.w. ,

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EVENING i! monwealth of Florida his service \I of -

!, M VEFtAn
t ( I It is needless to detail his brilliant MAGKA .

BITTINGER and COMPANY military services. Every battlefield'': .

Proprietors and ?Publishers !
from Palatka and St.

C. L. BITTINGER, i, al"nl' the hanks and bluffs -of the nag i;, Leading ul'nitul'e Beaters of Central and -

Editor and Busines? Manager i tl j bio St. Johns to Gainesville:: attestshis

j I strategic and far-seeing ulf: aty

R. R. CARROLL, City Editor ,*::Ind and the Invincible spirit .I -- j"Southetn FIOridac--- -

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-- ---- u; transmitted from him to his fol ..

OZONAIs : lowers and they never lost a battle. .

j After the We have a complete stock of [ -
one of the prettiest places on I : j war he returned to tie everything

west coast of Florida. A quiet 1:; peaceful pursuits; of a planter. Later to be imagined in the Furniture Line. "

tiletpy'Iadge.; nestling amid he moved to Lake county for a ;, '

oak and time. when he returned to old :\la-j Our stock \
palmetto, by a is new up-to-date attract- '
< .
pled, sun-kissed bay, never too j rion, here to remain and give up his \,,

or too cold, it is an ideal place noble spirit to Him that gave it. ive, and, in quality, the Very Best. We J
While yet a citizen of Georgetown.S. .
tired men and women to go to,
C., he was honored with its also have large stock of '. "
build up wearied minds and sh I mayoralty a Turpentine__ ,.
tered fiames. The while the people of both Marion -

kind and clever as their people location are ; : ;!j and Lake sent him to the state Wagons, Farm Wagons, Buggies, Carriages : .(

pleasant, and there is no place }I J legislature In 1865 and 1879. There Saddles Double and ,

the west coast that offers greater i i he( took an active and patriotic part I Single L
I .
ducements to the home seeker. in rescuing the state from carpet- \qr Harness Baby Carriages Go-Carts ,

one who desires rest, any one i\ baggers and sent it on its marked ,

wishes to build a home, "far s!: carter of prosperity. During Gov.Drew's I 7 etc. In fact, we have almost any-

the madding crowd's ignoble administration he was hon- 1

und yet where one can enjoy the i]1' ored with the position of adjutant i I thing you can ask for. Come see us.QUHLITY .

fruits of civilization modern con i, general which he filled with credit. I

niences and good society, cannot i i In 1890 General Dickison' was

better than go to picturesque I i:I elected treasurer of Marion county THE BEST

pleasant Ozona.SHATTERS. \. and] served two years. It was about '
; : ,
; this{ time that he met with a fright- .

ALL RECORDS j j, ful accident that nearly cost him his
(! life and from which he never fully 8TMCXVERAC

Twic In hosplta?, F. A. GuIJe< i;i j I recovered.) A horse he was drivingi

Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum i i, the Silver Springs road near Dr. :

j Moody's place ran and threw Y
doctors to cure a severe case of i away

causing :24 tumors. Wr.en a'l fa I Ilucklen's t! him out. crushing his right hand

] Arnica Salve soon (' ) j j and \\\ris. shoulder blade and collarbone I .. -. - .-- -- -_. --------- --- ,

him. Subdues inflammation, iI I| with other severe bruises, I
I. which confined him to his for TI Seaside Inn SE.\HRElZEJ, I If NOTICE
quers aches, kills pain! Best room 1 11E\ IJY TIlE SEA I f
six months. ,
in the world. 25 cents at the : thy< Of Application for Tax Deed Under

Monopoly Drugstore.! Shortly after the death of General] OPPOSITE KF.ATIXC'ST.Y: ( ; : ;: CASIXO AND PIER I, Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws
iia Dickison. Capt. Nah of the Ocala !
; ; This! I Ilanlst'nhCciv .Modern' Hotel situated on the FINEST j I of Florida

EASTLAKE. HOTEL, ; : I Rifles detailed a guard who from I Sl'UF 1TIIIHE: : ; \CIl f IN FLORIDA.IS j II Notice is hereby given that F
-- icai that time until the funeral cortege 1 I Lang & Son. purchaser of Tax Certifi-
Now open for guests. Lovely moved to the Seaboard depot this j cates Nos. 25, 241 and 484, dated the
II Cth day of August. A. D. 1900, has
tlon. On the beautiful shores noon remained on duty.j .
: filed said certificate in my office, and
Lake Weir. Finest bathing, : j i Funeral :services: were held at the I I Large, airy rooms. Exdlangand) !Pining Room overlooking has made application for tax deed to

and fishing in the country. :|. j home( Sunday afternoon with a very the van. Fine ems me and service. Terms, $7 issue in accordance with law. Said

healthier spot anywhere. hk I j: j large attendance of our citizens to $10 \\eeklv. certificate embraces the following described -

Why go from homo when nil ) hK : J I\rat which Bishop W. C. Gray of South JAMKS 11. JOIIXSOX) & SONS. property situated in Marlon
county. Florida to-wit: S half of lot-
seek, health, I is found almost at ] ; i Florida officiated. His address. : was Winter House : Grand! Allantir.: Oavtona. Fla.POWDERS :2, sec ;30 tp 12 R. 24 ; sw quarter of

doors? I do ;j i Hilofctetir in the highest i degree. ______ _.___ __ u _____ ._d._ ___ ___ ____ so quarter see 3C. tp J 2, Ii 23; nw
Kastlakc Is on the Atlantic Co: dS ) j I The Ocala Daughters of the Confetleracy I quarter of se quarter sec 6, tp 13, R
| ,'OfETT'S: Cores ChoJera-lnfantum,1: ] 21.> The said land being assessed at
Line By., twenty miles south j i were }present in a body ami i it \', L
,, the date of the
I j :,}. Issuance of such certificates
Ocala: Station not 100 yards j: j laid magnificent floral tributes on nisi I ] ,. ..,-...1:rlJ-itiDR. .fir', L DiotrrhouDysenteryandj o:v roubles! of :: in the name of U S. Lundy,

hotel. Hales $1 to $|I.!iO a day: I I: coffin. I I Jh. J3 J. .. Children; Any Age. I I I.t J:x r. Fla Land & Mortgage Co., Ltd .
i ii
to $7 per week. Single" ueals, !r I'I This moiniiig as the noon hour ar- .t;. :h fb j IJ Aids Digestion, Regulates and Unknown. Unless said certificates
i : BIBspy (T" TUI iUG )! the Id shal be redemed according to
-ifl piG'
o" .
Special l low lates made for !M:1ri i i I I,I lived the lemains were t taken to thtt .... A.'P.. :
I :i "I : the Child and Makes law tax deed will issue thereon <>'H
and Lake county people. Apply j i I i I i depot.t A large concourse of people ....I\\j\ ,-"\" ? Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING EASOr the 12th day of September, A. D. 19Q2:

h.otel'or., address P, S. Swans & I i I were in attendance. Nearly everyplace I'I'I t mail -.. Betts to C. J. MOFF2TT;: M. D., ST. LOUIS MO. I Witness my official signature an.l 1
I i i ATLANTA.CJo.. Nov. lu. 1IKXJ.!; seal this tho 7th day of August, A. D.
Stanton, Ha. dw 1m of business in the city"ao;; I
... i j iI I II V.Te have liauJled Dr. M'..Tcc!', T.FTTj'S'A: (Twthjigroilera> ever sure its firrt introduction to the llubllo I 1902. S. T. Sistrunk.
I I I i I closed out of respect to the dead.;: ami tr..le us a pDpne.jry' M.':l\i.i'\ ":e, anl lour trid; III.. 1.\l < slew I mcreiM: ,;ll trim year to ytarnntj our order
I I now amount t)tnuor,'tr"a iiiiiidrp 1','r.., Wanted-Men to learn I i j j I.I Those who served us pall bearers h giriu: to the m-itb'-r< ..( tI,"cij-.trj: ", tar thy say iio'lii-n; 't i-ilt-tuailj codnterafU the effect of the lImmn'. I Florida.
\ Lot sun or. <>wri>iii" ,..o 'rmcily tae: troulilta: ldJ.t'> tt-tt'.Mi!;.
trade. Only eight"Wf'cl s r0} j i were comrades! in arms and members THK lAilAK & IUXKIM Dnao CO.. Wholesale! DruKlii I

Steady practice, expert () i ': j of the Ocala camp of Confpd- I j *f'nr Cal> 1 1'.C ,ATI!; Mnirtt.ri\ nnii.nrf- :<""i ni: "Miff Iratltni'irugstnres I NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor

etc., ;' tools ll'p.3..iltf'l\. \. wase.i ,\'Cu'i|'I I I I I crate veterans, namely Gen. Robert 'J - ". ..-....-- .
i! Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
. day, diplomas{ granted, board. :, 'i ,(; |Bullock, Major T. T). Lancaster. Pri i- I I Chapter 4388, Laws of Florida
o'd.. positions- guaranteed." ('tl,. Ctttllt: : ,sate: W. C. Jeffords. Len Dozier D.I -- I Notice i la hereby given that Victor
maiitt! fife. Moler.; Barber. e, ; ''A. Miller John{ Pasteur, C. M. Brown i j Tax Deed Under Section 8 of | Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Whitney purchaser of Tax Certificate

New. Otli, 'ids. La.: am! T. 12.: lJal'riW.. O. Mas.-ey ae i| Chapter 4233, Laws of Florida | Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida \o. 1141. dated the 6th day of
j I '' .. I August. A. D. 1902, has filed said coi-
ti I ;: companiod the remains to Jack.-on- j Noticeis hereby ';ivon that W. A. j Notice i i" hereby given that Alex-
tificate in office and has mad
my ? :!p-
I arren! nun-h.isor: of Tax Certificate and\VviMie.. purchaser of Tax Ccr-
Fre.- crate Noilh Carolina | ,
I tvllle. as the representative of the plication for tax deed to issue In accordance -
: Xo. 114. dated) the Oth day of August. I,I tillcnte No. :2017? dated the bae. just opened at tho Hole ;\ : with law. Said certificate
,. .I in"' |Ocala (ann.I A. D. 1f<<,fl. has fibs said certificate ; :1uen-t.A.' I). lH: (O, has filed said cer- !'
I : embraces the described
Wall. I I i I Mi s. Brian her on Charles and i iI I i in niv oifiie and has made application i j I liu'cate in my office and has made ap.1 property situated following In Marion county,

|I ; !|I Mi:. Anna Boyd Hopkins, of Orange I II )i for tax dc-r-dto i issue in accord-j j :Hatloa; for tax deed to issue in a-- i Florida to-wit: 12.86 chs e and why
POISONING THE; SYSTEM } >> I i ante: with law. Said l certificate em- 'dunce with law. Said certificate 1
Lake. also the remains ; | 24 chs and In 27
: I I accompanied j\ j hracej the following described embraces the following des'ribed I IHop'rtv n s sw cor sec tp
j ,to Jacksonville, where they will be proP-I' : 15, R 22. The said land being assessed
i j i j jI erty :situated !in Marion county. situated in Marion county
It is at the date of the Issuance of
through the bowels that j ;inter red tomorrow morning at 9i|! itla to-\vit : Lots 12 and 13, Miller's i I I Florida trfewit: Squartf'r of nw .
I such certificate in the name of H .\.
body is cleansed of impurities. i t j'i I ,o'clock on the banks of the llla nHi- sub Eec 9-10. tp 12. R. 21. The .said |i'. qua) ter of nw quarter of sec 10. tp Brown. Unless said certificate shall-
i land assessed at the date 17. R 24. The 'said land beiiis i
being aKesjed *-
stipation keeps these poison i in i of(1i
j: cent St. Johns, which Gen. Dickison j : be redeemed according to law, tax
I !
) II i the i issuance of such: certificate in ;> at the date of the issuance of
system causing headache I :; I deed will be Issued thereto on the-
; loved so dcarlv I and where he often
I i j the name of Unknown. Unless paid <, such certificate in the name of Oeri : I'I
and 20th day of September. A. I). 1902.
melancholia at first then
: i, expressed a with to be buried. The Certificate: shall he redeemed accord-1'i alii & Snow. Unless said certificate I
Witness official andseal
sightly eruptions and finally : i j! ; Robert R. Lee Confederate pot; of '!in? to law I tax deed 1 will be issued j shall be redeemr-d] according to law I this the my ISth day of August. A.
illness unless: a remedy: is 1: : 1 1 thereto on the 27th day of Septemjber. I tax deed will]] be issued thereto on the :
': Jacksonville will;l i take charge of the : j D. 1902. S. T. Slsmmlc! ,
': A. I). 1002.! 20th- day of September. _\. D. 1902.
DeWitt's ( I IWitllss
Little: '
Early Risers ptt>\ remains in that city and have them Ij j Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county
1I I my official signature and .Witness my official signature andKcal
this trouble by stimulating the i, j Intel red with military honors befit !! seal this the 22nd:? day of August, A. I1 j I| ) this the 18th lay of A'gurt. A. Florida.-

and )promote easy healthy action | ; ting the exalted rank of the knightly i ii ,i''D. 1002. S. T. Sistrunk, | D. 1002.; S. T. Sistrunk.: ,

the bowels. These little pills do > i i soldier. Bishop Weed will officiate. i I'i 'Clerk) Circuit Court of :Marion coun I Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county I NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor

act but ty. Florida. I Florida. Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
violently, by j, I : '
i I
I II : :Mrs. Dickison, worn out by her _____ ,
the bowels enable} them to ) 'I < Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
; long and faithful vigils only sus- ; I MOTHER ALWAYS KEEPS IT
their own work. Never gripe or !! i i NOTICE OF APPLICATION I I Notice la hereby given that R. T.
ta'ned( by the love and devotion. she I II HANDY
tress. Ahti-lonoly Drugstoie. ; i Howell, purchaser of Tax Certificate!
I hose her grand husband, was not j For Tax Deed Under Section 8 ofj I j "My mother 'suffered a long time
No. 666, dated the Cth day of August
able! to accompany the funeral cor- j Chapter 4883, Laws of Florida from distressing pains and generalill
HOTEL SAVOY j I tege. !: Notice is hereby given that B. P. A. D. 1900 has filed said certificate In
health due to !:-
primarily Indigestion.
Special rates will be given to i I I I Undertaker K. C. Smith prepared j i.WilKon. purchaser of Tax Certificate my office, and has made application
table boarders (provided that ; Xo. :i.2.: :? dated the t>'h day of August say:; J.V.. Spalding. Verona.Mo. for tax deed to Issue in accordance
I the remains for burial. A uniform 1I I II | A. I). H:00.: has filed !aid certificate I : "Two years ago I got her to try
with law. Said certificate embracesthe
will apply within a week) aII I worn during the war by the General i iI i in mv office and hn made applica-I Kodol. She grew better at once and .

one month. This inducement I t I clothed] him. a Confederate fiagj1 1:: lIon for tax deed to issue in accordance noat the of seventy-six eats followng described property situated

simply offered to establish the ; with law. Said certificate em- age in Marion county Florida, to-
I his and
wrapped body by his side lay ; anything she wants, remarking that
tation of the table.. L j traces the follow! ; described: prop- wit: Six chs. e and w by-l0 chi n
; the sword that flashed the
i I during eui she fears bad effects she hasher
situated no as
i (erty in Marion! county. Flor-
and s in se cor sec 5, tp 14. R. 22. Tb"
i sanguined days of 18615. i ;da. to-wit: Nw quarter of sw quar- bottle of Kodol handy." Doii't
LOOK PLEASANT PLEASE said land being assessed at the date
I |! The following composed the guard!iI ter sec H. tp 13. R. 21. The said waste time doctoring symptoms. Go

Photographer C. C. Harlan of : I 1 of honor from the Ocala Rifles, who 1 i land being assessed at the date of I after the If stomach of the issuance of such certificate in
cause. is
I i' i [the issuance of such certificate in' your the name of Unknown. Unless said
O.. can do
on so now, though: the remains Jacksonville II
accompanied to "onnd, health will be good. Ko
Ii | 'he name of J. W. Holt. Trustee. your certificate shall be redeemed according .
he couldn'tIecause he !
years \ : : Lieutenant Graham: Ser | Unless sairl certificate shall be redeemed dol rests the stomach and strengthens r
I II to law, tax deed will issue thereon -
er untold agony from the worst !I geants Dunn and Ballard; Corporals i!r according to law. taxdeed the body by: digesting your fool. It
qf indigestion.! All physicians! | I Martinet will be issued thereto on the 2/-.a on the 20th day of September. A.
Geiger Carlton Dorsey ; is nature's own tonic. AntiMonopoly .
t day of September. A. D. 1902. D. 1902.
failed to :
,medicines ps help him until I and Miller.
I Witness my official signature and
Witness official
signature and
treat Electric Bttters( which t: .j I' Thus passes tom our sight a familiar 1; seal this the 22nd day of August A. I ------..- my
seal this the 9th day of Augu t, A. D.
f ;
such wonders for him that he ; .
< and beloved man whom we ;JD. U 02. S. T. Sistrunk.! I NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor
i Clerk Circuit Court of Marion 1902. S. T. Hlstrunc,
es they are a godsend to j county I
I are loth to from
see go among us. i Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
Florida. Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county
from dyspepsia and stomach : May we imitate his virtues his ; I Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida
I Florida.
Unrivaled for diseases of the ;, j I brave peaceful and benignant spirit Notice is hereby given that C. A

ach, liver and kidneys, they build ; : I I and not forget his services to his j j( NOTICE OF APPLICATION i Priest purchaser of Tax CertificateNo.
I Of'' !nr.S. dated the 3d day of October, NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor
For Tax
aid give new life to the whole j people of the Southland. ;i Under Section 8
i Chapter 4228, Laws of Florida a. D. 1S 98, has filed said certificate in Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
tem. them. 50
Try Only cts.
i| !j Notice is herebv given that S. D. I my office and has made application Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
anteed by the Anti-Monopoly I
for tax deal to issue in accordancewith
"SAFE \ Notice Is
IN HEAVEN" | Souter. purchaser of Tax Certificates hereby given that Ellas.
law. Said certificate embrace
store. Ii
-- j Xos. 445 and 44S. dated the Cth day I Smith, purchaser of Tax CertificateNo.
----- ; j I the following described property situated 290. dated the 6th of .
i I of August. A. D. 1HOO!' has filed saiuj day August.A.
in the grave our weary coursewe in Marion Florida
Our stationery is> tiailll\\ i iI j i certificates, in my office and ha< I county. to-I D. 1900. has filed said certificatein
( end, i 1 i wit: S half of ne quarter sec 11, tp I
i office and has made
made application for tax deed to issue j my applicationfor
and characteristic of the
most I 14. R. 22. The said land being assessed
Oven thence in faith our souls to II I in accordance with law. Said certificates tax deed to issue in accordancewith
fined taste. You don't have to j I I at the date of the issuance of law.
Said certificate
1 Heaven ascend. I Ii embrace the follow?;; described embracesthe
of L. D.
I such certificate in the name
an to know that following described situ-
expert you I property situated in Marion count property
getting "THE LATEST i (len..J..1.; Dickison departed this Ii j Florida to-wit: Se quarter, of s'; I.eitner. Unless said certificate shall ated in Marion county Florida, to-

The Post Office j'; I I J i life! at 7 o'clock Saturday evening. !! quarter and s,e quarter of se Q1Iartu'l be redeemed according to law, tax wit: East half of southwest quarterand
us. Drug I : deed will issue thereon on the 13th
> : j August :2!3. Sii2.!) aged 87 years and ;! >ec22, tp 13. R. :'2. The aid land A. D. 1&02. west half of southeast quarter
day of September.
I sec 11. 13, R. 20. The said land being
j : being assessed at the date of the is- tp .
j five months. After ten of Witness official signature and
years |
Now that the sicklseason I paI my
; wane of such certificate in the assessed at the date of the issuance
I seal this the 2d day of August, A. I>.
approaching a 25 cent i i i j hent suffering ending in a painful i ij \ name of I. If: Thur-tbn and Unknown. of such certificate in the name
I l 1H02. S. T. Sistrunk, _
of Arkansas Chill and Fever ,; j;, i j illness of five I weeks; his purr spirit I j 1 Tnless said certificates shall be t*'I!I, Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county of Unknown. Unless said certificateshall
1, t-ntPwll into ils long desired rest j\ deemed according to law. tat df.'-1 1j be redeemed according to law
ic and ward off a spell of !, j I; will issue thereon on the lath day a' ; Horida. tax deed will issue thereon on tho
I the blessed rest that endureth for-
Sold and guaranteed hv Tyd !I j I! September, A. i). l!.')2.j I! 13th day of September. A. D. 1902.

& Co. I ever. i iLife's j I Witness rav official signature and ; EYES examined by latest scientific Witness my official signature and

i'IBig II I, battle fought: theictory \V\)tAnd : -'cal thi-- the 7th day of Auii.ut: A. I) m.thoity.! No charge. We are here' seal this the 7th day of August A. D.
; 19t,. s. T Shtrunk i 1902. S. T. Sistrunk
Glass! punch Bowls as : I thou art r.row tied! at la-r. all the time. Satisfaction guaran1OeaJa I
j' Civile Circii';' 'a-iit: of lllti'uil 1')1111' V.'t Clerk Circuit Court of Marion county.I .
sOme as cut slass. Ocala New? c j *Hi5 own wons, )f izpjb. ( '"


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i 1 Phone 2.
Limeade from ire 1i limes at. Ya:hiugton D. C.. Aug. 25.-For I Ocala Daughters of them conlilg-IOU' is gen-rally known as the BAD DIS

Troxler's least Florida: Fair tonight and j I federacyvill meet tomorrow afternoon EASE. It is not confined to dens of
i Word has ClJmto Ocala that Rev.
Ii i Tuesday t except showers on the'Ii at 5 o'clock} at the city hall.! A or the lower lasses. The purest
I i, R. H. Morris was taken ill in Allegheny
Ii and best
Flower Pots all sizes at Mclver & I coast Tuesday. j fill! attendance is desired. 610'Od PO-Iso"ince people are sometimesj
Mac Kay's. ..- _i | ; City, Pa., and he returned to I I j infected with this awful malady

I I $100 REWARD, $100 !: Jeorghi J( to the home of his father- THE SECOND GAME [ through handling the clothing, -

Fruit Ices :It..the Post Office 1I t i i I in-law. i; using the same toilet articles, or otherwise coming drinking in-contact from the same with vessels,

Drug Store. I I ThPeSdr! Ts of this paper will be I I This is how we understand the who have contracted it. persons

i I plt-ased to know that there is at least i Among the Clt'arwater'xcuriion.- game of base ball played at Clearwater It begins usually with a little blister or sore, then swelling in the
Cold drinks fit for a' king at :he on-j dreaded disease that science has I rats: who returned home this afternoon Saturday between the Ocala 'I |groins, a red eruption breaks out on
Hole! in the Wall. : were P. B. Dukes and family. the body, sores and ulcers Ten years ago I contracted a bad cat*
been able to cure in all its stages, and and Clearwater teams. In the seventh appear of Blood Poison. I was under treatment
I Mrs Ed Carmichael \V. S. j in the mouth the throat -
that is.Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure I Judge becomes ofaphysicianuntillfoundthathecould
inning night when
Bullock C. M. Brown, Jr., and wife, came on. ; ulcerated, the hair, eve brows and do csnie no sood- Then began taking
all kinds and flavors is
Tally candy, I the only positive knownto .
cure now the Oc'alas had a score of 6 to Clear- :, ]lashes fall out -, the blood becomings. SJ commenced to improve at onc.
Misses Sara and Violet Harris their
at Dame's.A the medical Catanh in a very short time all
fraternity. water's 4. At that time our boys contaminated evidence of
dej j more colored
guest, Miss Lucile Ansley, and Master I copper the disease disappeared. I took lis bot-
being a constitutional disease requires clhed to continue the game. It was splotches and pustular eruptions and ties and today am sound and well.
Frank Harris. The base baIl
fine lot or new paper novels Just < constitutional treatment. Hall's i too dark to see clearly and a ball delivered -( sores appear upon different parts of K'M< Wall, Morristown,Tenn

4 I received. Ocala News Co. Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting j I team and about forty other excursionists l by the Ocala pitcher knocked | the body, and the poison even destroys the bones. ,

directly upon the blood and mu- I returned home Sunday.Prescriptions the senses out of a.Clearwater bat- S. S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease and cures it even in the
I Large sound Pineapples at the i worst forms. It is antidote for the
cous surfaces of the system, thereby ter. young Converse of the Tarpon i a perfect powerful virus that pollutes
Hole in the Wall. destroying the foundation of tho tl11:>- I Miss Louise Hooper whose health Springs Herald. At this point, the :l! the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system. -
is very much impaired expects to Unless get this poison but of blood it
you will
and giving the your
ease patient strengthj
!!%3 Handsome Jumbo N. Y. apples at }I leave Ocala Wednesday forew umpire who it is admitted was a little I ruin you, and bring disgrace and disease
the upon
j building up constitution and ''
the Hole}in the Wall.! I York. She"m go via the Clyde ain" Ocala, ruled that Clearwa- I your children, for it can be transmitted from parent
._ assisting nature in doing its work. I
,_) Line to get the benefit of the sea tc-r had woo.r to child. S. S. S. contains no mercury or potash,
J. \V. Pearson his oil The proprietors have so much faithin but is .-: -
-. went down to voyage. She expects to remain all t A friend of the Ocalas said our l guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound. -

well this afternoon. its curative powers that they offer winter in New York City and study boys did not get an exactly straight I Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagious

One Hundred Dollars for any case art. deal l, but had they played more and I Blood Poison. If you want medical advice give us a history of your case,

Bottled Coco-Cola for home use, I that it fails to cure. Send for list of kicked less they would have won. and our physicians will furnish all the information you wish without any
testimonials. Address, charge whatever. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA.
ice. C. E.
on Taylor. I % Young Com erse was not seriously
F. J. CHENEY &.CO. Toledo O. 'fomnlie Green a volunteer fire I
hurt.r ___. .
White and Dark Grapes at theHole Sold by druggists, 75 cents. I man, was taken very sick at the eta I DAY 'PHONE 117'" NIGHT
in the Wall. Hall's Family Pills are the best. tion Saturday. As he was no better
this morning he was removed t A WORM KILLER

Drop in and try our cigars antI I Mrs. M. M. Little and children left i Chief Bull's home, where Dr. Hood 1 J. A. J. Montgomery, Puxico, LIDDON & COMPANY

tobaccos. C. E. Taylor. today for Gainesville, Ga., to take a'' is attending him. Wayne county, Mo., writes: "I have
little twin girls, who have been bothered
few weeks' vacation. Mr. Little accompanied i
Mr. Holligsworth of Dunnellon was them as far as Jackson- care fulIv compounded with worms all their lives.: I

in the city this afternoon. ville. ( and promptly delivered tried everything to relieve them, GENERAL LIVERYMEN

by the Post Office Drug Stor;> vhich failed until I used While's

Knot Beer, Roots I ttecr at the HammccKs, all grades. lee cream I Have your physician leave tht Cream Vermifuge; the first two .loses: :

Anti, lot1opoIJ._--:1-Drugstore._ __ freezers, ice chests and refrigerators next one with us. brought four worms from one of Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps, Drummer'

and bamboo porch screens. Mclver them, the next two doses, twelve, one
Pearson's Ma&zine for September I & MacKay. Mr. J. F. Hoy, the Crystal Riverfisli ot them measuring twelve inches; Carryalls Saddle Horses, etc.Fine .

at the Ocala News.Co.'s stor! I I and oyster man, who was in L
the other child was only relieved of
C. Y. Miller-- wife and- daughter of ''I Miss Nellie Hooper left today for I I town the other! day, told a good storyI four worms. It Is a most excellent! Vehicles, Fast Horses ..
I I his boy Tom. His brother Ben "
medicine. White's Cream Yei-ini-
St. Augustine to spend a month at
Leroy were-at-the-- St. Denis today ,I the seashore: ere she takes up her j II had just returned from South Carolina cage is 'good for children. It not only Horses and Mules for Sale.

Big line pretty toilet sets; all 1 duties! as teacher at Marietta, near I i I with a pair of Belgian hares. destroys worms, it helps the child to

prices and styles. Mclver & MacKay. ',I Jacksonville. The Star will followi I II II I The boys were out in the yard admiHn !p.-rffct growth_ wards off sickness Horses boarded by the month at [[special rate

i her to keep her posted. :; the long eared quadrupeds; ?;jc. at Anti-DlGnopoly Drug. tm?. i
when Tom. who had just come into
Price cards, all denominations, -- UDDOiJ&CO.
from 5 cents to $10. for sale at this I Violetl'cllleti: Talcum! Powder I possession of a new knife. reachedinto 1 ANTHONY
II the pen and abbreviated the tail I
office. relieve _chafing) prickly heaL I "
tie ', of one of the animals. He was just Dlrs.ohnnie) Neff. of Jacksonville.; Ocala Florida.
'.. inc., J for >=;c. Tydings is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C.
the hush.
Potatoes Onions and everything::1 i ',). K uhick. r _- -- --_
that KOHS to inaki life worth tlu liv- &j'&j'l }<'. W. Ellison has opmed ->ip) a
I 'Thiongh the months of June am1 store in the Priest building, fariu' _'
iu;,at the Hole in the Wall. Mr. John Anderson manager the This makes SOUTHLANDRABBITRIES
square. eight51 turei'lOW
__ 'I :
I July our baby was teething: and took: .?
II I tho Dr. Fakes'; place, informs the doing business in Anthony and
Levi Marsh of Kui'cka came in this '\ running off of the bowels and sickness all to be well. The blacknuth
Star iejorter that a month ago Mrs. seem doing -
nft.'tfOali and Mrs. Origgors return of the stomach," says O. P. M shop is running full tim*. OCALA FLA. _.
Fakes left Asheville N. C., to visit l
(',1 to Moss Bluff. Holliday, of Doming: Ind. "His bo,v The election} and canvassing the
lends at Charlottesville.. wastalit'n I II els would move from five to eight returns has been a matter of much Dealers] in Imported and Fancy Breed
t! ili with appendicitis, was op- interest to our .people and those of
from fresh limc". I times a day. I had a bottle of Chain
Limeadi! j orated on. and has fully recoveredt l I 011I''ot<>rs whoa V candidate was defeated
Nothing so good. The and returned home. Her many Ocala berlain's Colic. Cholera and Dial submit calmly to the result. BELGIAN HARES
I I rhoea Remedy in the house and Our farmers are gathering hav
syrup used. C. E. Taylor. friends will be know tho gave SOME RECENT IMPORTATIONS
delighted to and beggarweed forage and ninny art : : Qjeen Lipton, Yorkshire Ltsa, Dub
'I estimable lady passed safely throughthe i j f I him four drops in a teaspoonful of gathering corn, of which there i i.? a I Wonder, King Wantage. Duke William. Write us for Information.
Violet Talcum Powder, highly! t trying ordeal. I(i water and he got better at once."' ;ood crop. I

perfumed 1 Jc.., at the Anti-Mi-1: I I| I Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug W. L. MORTON. Manager.

noj>oly Drugstore. j i Admiral George Dewey writes: "I I store. Cures Eczema, Itching Humors, Pim -

'i i.have used COKE DANDRUFF CURE pies and Carbuncles-Costs -
Attorneys Zewadski and Hoclcer, j'I ,: Nelson W. Williams one of the I
j for the past year and found it an exjcellent Nothing to Try
farmers and TO
l loft for Inverness this afternoon on 'I thrifty orange grove WASHINGtONnd

important legal business. t i preparation" For sale Iy AntiMonopoly tenders o( South Lake Weir, was i in B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm,) i is .

I IJrug-!ltOle. the city Saturday and paid his financial now recognized as a certain and sure
.-\ return, $-B.i5 from Ocala! via the SEABOARD AIR LINE
Typewriter paper, carbon paper, I respects to the Star. cure for eczema, itching skin, humors

copying press undries, etc. Ocala :| Miss Maggie Tompkins i passed I scabs scales, watery blisters, pimples I RAILWAY, all rail, or via Norfolk and steamer, un sale daily, limited
News Co. through Ocala Saturday on her wayto "My baby was terribly sick with aching bones or joints, boils.arbnneles ,

-- I Hurricane Pond, which school she j t tit the diarrhoea," says J. II. Doak:, of : prickling pain in the skin, to return October 31. Trains leave Ocala at 1:31 a. m and -

Why let mosquitoes 1 worry you i i p will open shortly. She made the I''j I Williams, Oregon. "We were unable | old. eating sores, ulcers, etc. Botan- t

when you can get a bottle of Skl'l'tSl i Star a pleasant call and had the ito i!;i | cure him with the doctor's assisti; i ic Blood Bairn, taken internally, cures 11J2a.n12 \

eet for 10 cents at the Post Ofllice !|I tofollow her. I''I !ante and as a last resort we tried the worst and most deep-seated case? The Seaboard has -on sale 'summer -excursion tickets to all principal -

Drug Store. I I j jAunt I!:I Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera anil 1 by enriching purifying and vitalizing e ,
Taylor has received his fresh 1[)ian hoea Remedy. I am happy io the blood, thereby giving a healthy; summer resorts.

Duck Mason carne up Satnr- !j'Whit'man candle Second to noneji i' say it gave immediate lelief and u blood supply to the skin. BotanicBlood ,
Call iloor
at city ticket office next to office write to
post or
day to see IHT very sick daughter. I i 11 made. No (>XN'l 1;tlon-i. Try them and I:j jj
Mrs. fins Williams. I j ibe] convinced. In10, CO and SO centpaekae. I 1 I I ti-Monopoly Urn: store.s cured, for these awful, annoying skin JOHN DOZIER, Agent, W..1V. CONDON; ,

j, Hemember, confectionery s!!I II I troubles. Heals every sore and give? Ocala, Fla. C. T. A.
Flesh Sweet and
Duke's. Caporal ,is onc of our specialties. We stall Iy I!I Have you noticed the handsomj el I the rich glow of health to the skin *
Turkish Trophy Cigarettes. Ocala
News Co. I to please. j:i i i display of Fruits and Vegetables ati Builds up the broken down body and A. MxrDONT.LL.: A. G. P- A., Jacksonville 'la.

I i I the Hole in the Wall? makes the blood red and nourishiu?. --- .- -.

Mosquito nets, and two kinds of i I!!j Mr. I).' S. Williams and son left I i : Especially advised for chronic, old. i'

patent improved frames at Mclver I|', this afternoon for Clearwater. Mr. i Congress playing cards, 50 ct..V eases that doctors, patent r.tedic-inp,' Fresh Meat and Game

& Mat Kay's. I j'j.Williams has been very sick for 'niAll j other kinds 25. 20, 15 and 1[0of and hot springs fail to cure. Druggists :

weeks and will enjoy a month of se a'I'j cents. Ocala News Co. $1. To prove B. B. B. eml'', '
I'I I We keep on hand a full line of the best Beef, Pork, ;Mutton and
FRUIT ICES delicious and refreshing air. II Ii sample !sent free and prepaid by writing .
j i Miss Edna Addison Pardee, Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
5c., at the Post Office I f I Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. i
I II Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made.
i I Micanopy was married in that placei .
Drug Store. \nother big shipment of t.ttioner's !j Describe trouble and free medical aa d H )
I j.i Wednesday to Mr. John L. Hare of IV. L. JONES LONZO WALKBR
supplies just in. Call and 1 vice sent in sealed )letter ,
When tanuly awav i I Ta oma. Miss Pardee was one of the
your goes us"t. have everything in Miisline. | Proprietor. Butcher
.re i I bright school teachers of Florida and .j
for a visit of a week or for several .
Ocala News Co. I FOR SALE -
months, try boarding at the Clubj t I j I not so many years ago taught in Ma c::: I rs1GAITERVILLE & RT_

house J. H. Vcrcen, proprictotnorth > I, Mr. Sim Brown and Miss R. A. WilHams i j i. icon county. s One lot 224 by 224 feet on I j- --

side square.l of Leroy were among the Brick "" South Fourth street, between Ort ji i !!
The best physic-Chamberlain'::; Buttermilk and sweet milk on,
; City callers today. Stomach and Liver Tablets. Easy 0 :tng-e and Lime streets, near the I ice. It is good and Try it.
Hard to tell how a sponge illj j I Ocala) High School building, on Mr. and Mrs. John Boring, ')f Early pure.
wear by lookingat it. The ap-1 1 II i The handsomest: line of UPhol tPr-1 take. Pleasant in effect. For sale 1 by I which there is a one story dwellingcontaining Bird, spent Saturday and Sunday C. E. Taylor. ,
doesn't count for much I j in? material ever shown in the the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. with their mother, Mrs. F. W. Ross. --
pcarance < I ten rooms, bath roost, ,
Our school is doing well under the OXFORDMr.
r Mclver & MaoKay
w We have the BEST stock o I Men-Our catalogue explains hovi ;gantries, halls, front and hay!< piazzas care of Miss May Pasteur.Mr. .

sponges and know they will v.-ar1 After I Ii i we teach barber trade in eight t ; one laundry, 14 by 14 feet George Turner preached at' William Butler and family, cfSummerfieid c,
i July 1St we will have onj i Martel Sunday. Oxford
well. Post Office Store. passed through
Drug ; i
-- ---. ;hand a full stock of fine station- :[i weeks; mailed free. Moler College ij;% story ; one greenhouse io by Mr. J. Y. Barnes, of Lecanto, was i last; Thursday en route to FruUland! 1

I!I inks I pencils, mucihges ;j: New Orleans, La 20 feet in which fire is not needed i here a few days ago. I'I'I I Park, where they will visit relatives
ery. pens
I I at time barn i iI I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turner ot.I and friends. '
I any ; one 24 by 26j j
T and all other in this line I I
Healthy i things j jI JERSEY CREAM AND BUTTERVl j feet. 2 stories high, with suitable !: Ocala, are visiting relatives at this Kev. Mr. Holbrook will be at Ox-
E i I He pleased to remember this. I j I j; place. ford Friday. August 22, and perhaps i
stalls and cribs also
water tower
(jif!i tf"t-___ J.! dings & O.i I I And sweet milk in any quantity. Address ; I.j I Brother Rape, our pastor, who has will bold a series of meetings at the
with tank barn
_- 00' water on top ; one been conducting a protracted meeting Christian church.
D. 1[. Bone Box
26. Ocala.
s tlli 1 ; : i TYPEWRITER RIRBOXS I call at his home in',the first ward. m 20 by 24 feet, \ / stories, joiningto here for two weeks, closed: the Mr. Jacob Perry and Mr. A. M.

;t' i Is not cold food butThe < above described barn ; one car- '. services Thursday nisht. Mollie. Kirk and their families left last

t( III"-,' \ .' k ,' fresh and Hemin ton and Franklin tv;i.'"- We h.1an Ideal Cash Register.on riage house 16 by 20 feet il/2 stories 'I CURED PARALYSIS Thursday will enjoy for the Bay soft Port Gulf breezes where they

t f :! %1. Uncontaminated writer ribbons, 75 cents each. of the finest and most improvedmachines high ; one workshop 16 by 20 4 -- ---

on the' market, never beenused feet joined to carriage house : one I : S VACATION DAYS
jJ. -. ; ford, free from ball Ocala News Co. W. S. Baily, P. 0 True, Texas,
i I that we will sell for low house feet
-, i a very poultry io by 20 : two I
v s taste and smell. ii!i I cash figure Address The Star, OcolaFla. never failing wells of good soft writes: "My wife had been suffering Vacation time is here and the children
five with paralysis in her
; crwo (6 housesfor years
water ; onc good cistern ; private are fairly living out of doors.
arm, when I was persuaded to use
"Odorless"Refrigerator rent in ward. waterworks with twelve openings : There could be healthier
( crhird Terkeeween Oil Liniment the I Ballard's Snow Liniment, which no place for
said lot has six sub-divisions, each them. You need to
only guard
best liniment will cured her all right. I have also usedit : ,
| Apply tc Gillen, Star Office. : not blister bvrubbing. inclosed :111nec
by high palings. against the accidents incidental to
Try it for all pains ni'''II for old sores, frost bites, and skIn I II
and lime
essary walks etc. I ISOc. most open air sports. No remedy
I aches and for red and eruptions. It does the work 25c.,
| FOUNTAIN PENS bugs mosquito ;Cause for selling : Want to to equals De Witt's Witch
: .. go I Hazel Sato
J. iVSrtUi: ir Preserver : Punt. The circulation ofa I .1, bites. Tydings & Co. j and $1 tattle at Anti-Monopoly ,
i > -' vrKvt!> ananc: l that odors from fruit Parker's Waterman's and I other !lour farm at Orange Lake. Fla. I ; for quickly stopping pain or removing
1&i' carried oil Drugstore.
end '
out and do -
nut -
'.i ..rlt:,.tit the 0.v as iu all other refrigera.oj.ClJlp. styles: -nearly a hundred- select BASEBALL GOODS i For terms apply to J. H. McO.y-! ,I. danger of serious consequences. FOP

from. Ocala News Co. :moods ()eala. Fla. Box 532. '. cuts, scalds and wounds. "I used

I 11 h;' t .. A E SI A sRsk We will close out our remaining: I' I II i'! UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve for sorea,
I 'ant'dfen to learn bal per :I
stock of baseball: goods at cost. I "
j IKE TOMPKINS RICHMOND. cuts and faruisfs. says L. B. Johnson
i.iii .,( SiiliU tuk, ;!Iin: oak finish. and i U lined Ocala X eCo.. trade. Practical tiainlng. free vurk, OF MEDICINE, VIRGINIA.MEDICINEDENTISTRYPHARMACY.
tttih, jU-. htiaiiiand Xitlo-Joii'.-Far Suri| .>r I The All Around Hustler expert insh uctlons. Eight weeks re-J!I Swift, Tex. "It is the best remedy
l tirU>.uir localise then: are No Joints aud NoI .. the market
\ quired. We present tools} Saturday i on Sure cure for
Has first class pay
t. .j :I. : I..v-o,' with dtrasaep11. std Cltb opened a fish stall Xo. I CASiT'O.nX.A. ( STANDARD.METHODS. .
10. In the City Market and he ask" I 8taratte lhe kind yo .,!.I. CJU1l'2lgnatura :: wages guarantee positions. I Flrst- Class IN piles and skin diseases. Beware of
I 'rr'NTTANQJCATENN., IAM* ; Special inducements to applicants I i EQUIPMENT r
_e ,. (MF MOINn the patronage of the public In and ( CLINICS. counterfeits. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore
$ from distance Writ ;
OCALA FURNITURE CO. :i out of the" dty) :I 6f a 01 ..c rl"I I Baibei College, New Orleans, La. I II, M0-w+Catalogue,aMren- UfE f>;' "'ZYZr'...? JL

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