The Ocala evening star

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


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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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).

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University of Florida
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THESTAR_ DR. HATHAWAY WHY BELLEVIEW"The City of Oaks"Dr. Skin Diseases.

Only Daily Paper in Ocala W. V. Newsom, of Ocala, was in

CURES.Reasons town Tuesday on professional busi-

PublishersC. for IIU Marvelous Success R. C. Ridge is on the sick list.
Proprietors and When the excretory organs fail to carry off the waste material from the system there is an abnor
Ills New, Free Hook. Miss Millie Conagan was down from mal accumulation of effete matter which poisons and clogs the blood, and it becomes sour and acid.

L. BITTINGER, Dr. Ilatliaway* method l Ocala to visit her father recently.Mr. This prison is carried through the general circulation to all parts of the body, and upon reaching \\ .

Editor and Business Manager.R. ,, cf treatmt'ntisnoex ri" John Pope, of Santos passed the skin surface there is a redness! and eruption, and by certain peculiarities we recognize Eczema, "\. \\, ,
niect. It is the result of through town Saturday on his to Tetter, Acne, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis Erysipelas and many other skin troubles, more or less severe. \ "'_\ --
twentyears of experIence way While the skin is the seat of irritation, the real disease is in the blood. Medicated lotions and '\ I.. :;\
in the most extensive the
R. CARROLL, City Editor. practice of any Summerfield picnic. powders may allay the itching and burning, but never cure no matter how long and faithfully -
fi t si>eclalM in his line in We are very sorry to hear that Mr. continued, and the condition is often aggravated and skin permanently injured by their use.

the world. He wa graduated C. Conagan, of Candler, Is seriously
Entered at the Ocala Postofflce as sec ,. from one of the

ond class matter. i the best country medical and colleges perfect in here his daughter's, Mrs.. L. W. Tbe disease is more than skIn deep ; the entire circulation is poisoned.The .

ed bis medical and surgi
: cal education by exten- County Commissioner Allen was in many preparations of arsenic, mercury potash, etc., not only do not cure skin diseases, but soon ruin the digestion
JULY 21 she hospital practice. town Saturday. and break down the constitution.S. .

Tomorrow, Saturday, every voter Early which in his placed professional him at career the head be of made his discoveries profes- Pulling fodder is now on the daily S. S., nature's own remedy, made of roots, herbs and barks, of great purifying and tonical properties, quickly and
what docket here. effectually cures blood and skin troubles, because it goes direct to the root of the disease and stimulates and restores normal
should to the polls and vote for his sion as a specialist in treating are generally
go known as private diseases of men and women. healthy action to the different organs cleanses and enriches the blood,and thus relieves the system of all poisonous secretiods.
choice. The candidates have presented This system of treatment he has more and more Dr. Nelson drove over to Weir Park S. S. S. cures permanently because it leaves none of the original poison to referment in the blood and cause a fresh attack.

their claims and it now remains to perfected each year until today his cures are so Saturday to bring home his son, Everett Healthy blood is necessary to preserve that clear, smooth skin and beautiful complexion

shoo e. You the sovereign. Only invariable as to be tbe marvel of tbe medical who was taken sick while on a so much desired by all. S. S. S. can be relied upon with certainty to keep
are. profession. visit at Captain Russell's.Mrs. n the blood in perfect order. It has been curing blood and skin diseases for half a century
use jour power wisely and you will Enjoying!:the largest practice of any specialist ; no other medicine can show such a record.
t: have done well. The Star has no candidate In the world he still maintains a system of nominal McPhaul has resigned as station S. S. S. contains no poisonous minerals-is purely vegetable and harmless.
fees which makes it possible for all to obtain
- whatever may be its personal his services.Dr. agent here and the place is now Our medical department is in charge of physicians of large experience in treating _

choice but present the names of candidates Hathaway treats and cures Loss of Vitality, filled by L. D. Whitlock, of Panasoff-- a' ,, blood and skin diseases,who will take pleasure aiding by their advIce and direction all
' Varlcocele Stricture, Blood Poisoning in Its different s: who desire it. Write fully and freely about your case; your letters are,held in strictest
for official position to the voters stages, Rheumatism Weak Back. Xerv. kee.The confidence. We make no charge whatever for this service. Our book on Blood and
of Marion county and whoever ousness, all manner of Urinary Complaints Ocala Rim & Spoke Factory Skin Diseases will be sent free upon application. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA CA.
Ulcers,Sores and Skin Diseases Brights Disease
: who have been getting out large
they name at the primaries Saturdaythe quantities
and all forms of Kidney Troubles. His: treatmentfor .'
Star will help to elect. undertoned men restores lost vitality and of hickory west of town, have : J

makes the patient a strong, well vigorous man moved their force of men and teams CUCUMBER SEED
Dr. Hathaway' success in the treatment otVarlcocele
The Williston Hustler says the and Stricture without the aid of knife to the McDavid hammock, eight miles 1300 pounds standard varieties, '99

Ocala Banner contained ninety-seven or cautery is phenomenal The patient is treated south where they have a large bodyof crop, thoroughly tested for purity and TI4uLY 24
by this method at his own home without pain 01
columns of all home hand-set matter loss of time from business. This is positively tb hickory. germination guaranteed. To clear up .

last week. As a matter of fact fifty- only treatment which cures without an operationDr. The picnic given at Summerfield this stock for fall planting will sell I .
attention of
calls the
Hathaway particular Saturday in honor of the candidateswas ..
four columns of this is the Marion
sufferers from Varicocele and Stricture to page at 35 cents per pound, postpaid. By --- --- -- .
county delinquent tax sale which will C7.28,29, 30 and 31 of his new book, entitled a great success. Belleview's freight or express 25 cents per pound.] '
"Manliness!, Vigor,Health,"a of which wl :
copy democracy well .
be paid for out'of the people's was represented.A
moneyat be sent free on application. Fifty pounds and over at 20 cents per
the rate of 30 cents per double column Write today for free book and symptom blank. case was heard in Justice Shields pound. Cash with order.J. PLANT SYSTEM i(

line. mentioning your complaint.J. court on Monday, as to the legal B. Sutton,

NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. ownership of a horse and buggy, Dr.
28 & 30 Exposition St. Seedsman.
& ,
Dr. Hathaway Co.
The reception tendered the candidates Nelson plaintiff and Dr. E. F. Brown
ti BryanStre.'t Savannah G
Excursion Train will Arrive at 10:20: a. ill.FEATURES .
: at Dunnellon Wednesday night XXTIO.V TIllS rArER WHE.V WRITING. defendant. Verdict by jury in favorof
After many intricate experiments,
was a very flattering one. Zewadski Dr. Brown.S. --- - --"--
scientists have discovered methodsfor
and Payne covered themselves with! SPECIAL RATES P. McLendon having purchasedthe
obtaining all the natural digest-
glory, while Nugent spoke without McRae place now occupies the ,
fear or favor as to his conduct duringthe Seaboard Air Line Railway same. ants. These have been combined in OF THE DAY
the proportion found i in the human -
riot at that place a year ago. Atlanta Ga.-Southern Epworth Mrs. J. M. Shield has moved her
body and united with substances that I

.. League Conference. Tickets on sale stock of millinery goods from East build up the digestive organs mak- I __ d _._ _ _
MILLIONS GIVEN AWAYIt July 24 and 25, limited to August 1, Front street to Dunn avenue in the
ing a compound called Kodol ,
1900, at one fare round trip. An extension new store of Alf Abshier. sia Cure. Dyspep'j T&usieal 1 '
Is certainly gratifying to the public It digests what Deception
may be obtained to August The Stanton Dramatic Club gave an
to know of one concern in the land and allows all dyspeptics to
10 by payment of 50 cents to Joseph exhibition of their talents at the town
who are not afraid to be generous to ty of nourishing food while the stom- Tendered Visitors the Ocala Metroiolitnn Band.
Richardson, Joint Agent 735 Equitable hall Tuesday night. The, play "The by ]
the needy and suffering. The proprie- ach troubles! are radically cured by
Building, Atlanta, provided ticketis Yankee Detective," was acted admira
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery for the medicinal agents it contains. It I
deposited with said agent on or before bly. The audience though small, was Eiepele l aecs ..1 I
Consumption, Coughs and Colds have is pleasant to take: and will give quick
July 30. enthusiastic in their praise. Mr. and I I
given away over ten million trial bottles relief. Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore ,

of this great medicine and have Chicago, III.-National EncampmentG. Mrs. Swartz's acting was exceedinglyfine. Ocala, Fla. One) Mile Around the Square. Time 11 :l. in. -J Entries
the satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely A. R. Tickets on sale August 24 I
For Both Race White and Black be Run
;;; to
cured thousands of hopelesscases. and 25, limited to Sept. 3, at $30.20::: UNIVERSIT- I I ,.
Asthma, Bronchitis Hoarseness round trip from Ocala. A fee of 25 I Separately.: First Prize $5 ; Second $3.

and all diseases of the Throat cents to be paid to the joint agent at
Athens, Ga.
Chest and Lungs are surely cured by Chicago at time of execution. ;'. (,' : Foot Races

it. Call on Garrett & Gerig Ocala Detroit, Mich. Biennial ConclaveK. One hundredth session begins Sep- I
and get a 10-cent trial bottle. Regular of P. Tickets on sale Aug. 24, 25 tember 19, 1900. Rooms In dormi .
1 Following I Immediately after Bicycle Races.: First,
size 50 cents and $1. Every bot- and 26, limited to Sept. 5, at one fare tory free. Excellent board in Stu-

tle guaranteed or price refunded. for round trip. dents' Hall at $8 per month. Tuitionof Prize, $:'i ; Second Prize, $2. :::<
4fh'I .
Sold:) by all druggists.Call Atlanta, Ga. Southern Epworth non residents $50 per annum. For

League Conference. Tickets on sale further information write Walter B. limbing resized "PoleFollowing

on J. C. Maughs city ticket July 21 and 25; l limited to Aug. 1, at Hill, chancellor, Athens, Ga. .

agent Plant System, Ocala House, for one fare round trip.L. ] Foot Races.: Prize-$1 I in Cash and $2r'
!summer: excursion tickets now on sale S. Allen, A. O. MacDonell Merchandise. '

via the Plant System at very low rates Gen. Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. have been healed by Banner C r{I"I I --. ,.

to the principal points and resorts in John DozierV.. W. Condon, Salve, is very large. It heals all "

North Carolina, Virginia, etc. Tickets Agent. Ticket Agent.A wounds or sores and leaves no scar. THE BEST SERVICEAnd Horse Race ,

limited for the round trip passage until Take no substitute. Anti-Monopoly the finest food in the city is to be

October 31. Complete information Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.CORN. had at the After Foot Races. Stakes $10 and $5.;)
may be obtained also literature and HISTORY OF FOUR YEARSA

"Summer Homes" folders giving full RAILROAD RESTAURANT

paiticulars about the best hotels:, file of the American Monthly Re- Every seasonable dainty is on the Base Ball -

boarding: houses, etc. view of Reviews, from August, 189C, Fifty bushels of fine seed corn left bill of fare. The Roasts, Steaks, Chops : ".

to date. For sale cheap. Apply at over. I will sell at market price of and otherdishe s are of fine flavor and 'VlflTE-nt ;M ::30 p.m. Between the RisSiiniliee'inid: tits

Thirty-six dozen bottles of Winter- this office... ;common corn; full weight, 112 pounds satisfying substance. Nowhere else

smith's Chill and Fever Tonic just re- I to the sack. J. B. Sutton. can you dine so well for Ocala Teams. ..

ceived at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- WONDERFUL (Unknown)
Fifty CentsCASTOR COLORED) -at 8: : ,>0 p. m. Lakeland and Palatta will
store. Everybody uses Wintersmith'sTonic Pease at J. B. Sutton's Seed Store HATS '

for fevers. Pleasant to take. Ocala, Florida. The latest designs in Light Weight Plav Ocala.

No cure no pay. I I I Felt Hats for gentlemen's summer A On th1'lll)11C e

fountain FOR SALE CHEAP wear. M. Fishel. Free I Ice Water '.
Claret ice at Garrett & Gerig's For Infants and Children. SIURl'O; -

is cooling these hot days; in fact .
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The Kind You --- -- -- -- ----- --
Have h - -
the ices that they are putting across One double seated oi.e at rse baggy, OPEN ALL NIGHT ways BGilght. :

the counter hit the thirsty spots. Remember nearly new. One No. 4 Freeman: feed .. he (Deala Colored< <
Bears theSignature ,, Bard
the place. cutter. Cheap for cash. J. B. Sutton. We have a night phone number 73, of { HI? .1
Fresh mullet and bottom fish every and render willing service at any hour I 1I I Will Meet the Excursionists and Render Music During
TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS of the night. Ask your physician to I
day on ice at William Tucker's stall I
call us. Garrett & Gerig, After many intricate experiments, the Day. .
No. 8, city market.
Lawson Elvidge of Barrington, 111., Postoffice Drug Store. scientists have discovered methods --- - -- -- ----------------

Iterated Talcum Powder; nicely perfumed says he was cured of chornic asthmaof for obtaining all the natural digest- MARSHAL OF TUB DA -J. I'\ Crawford -

; 10 cents a box. Tydings & long standing by Foley's Honeyand CHEAP FOR CASH ants. These have been combined: in .

Co. Tar. It gives positive relief in the proportion found in the human with Assistants.

all cases of asthma, so this disease, I Small house and third of an acre body and united with substances that I I A.
I OP JRAC13S-S. Standley.TZJUJS .
Call at Rheinauer's and inspect their I build the digestive makinga STARTER r
up organs
is robbedof
I when not completely cured of land near city. Apply at this office.

variety of negligee shirts at popular all its terrors by this great reme- compound called Koilol Dyspepsia KBBPBRS-A.E.Burnett and H.C.Jones.

prices.If Curp. It digests what eat and
dy. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Ocala. PIANO FOR SALEA you .

you are sick all over, and don't Fla. i allows all dyspeptics to eat plenty of JUDGES-Rossic E. Yon e, Sr., Penny B. Dukes
--------- nourishing food while the stomach}
know just what ails you it's ten to fine new instrument for sale on and Joe \V. Davis.
HICKORY STOVE WOOD troubles are being radically cured by
oiit- your kidneys are out of order. easy terms. Apply at this office .
the medicinal agents it contains. It
Fuley's Kidney Cure will bring you GENERAL COMMITTJSJS-Mayor W. S.i
Having now taken the managementof is pleasant to take and will give quick
health and energy. Anti-Monopoly BUMPS OR BRUISES Bullock and Members of the City' Council withV.
our stove wood business ourselveswe relief. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. ,
Drugstore, Ocala Fla.
name schedule of rates below: Sprains or sores, burns or scalds: Ocala, Fia. \ K. Zewadski, Dr. W. V. Newsom:

Go to the Montezuma Barbershopfor One cord (128 cubic feet packed or wounds or cuts, tetter or eczema, all

first class work. P. C. Davis pro- 200 cubic feet thrown in), $2.50. quickly cured by Banner Salve, the Do not fail to see the California and Post Master H. C. Groves.
Pinks and Carnations at the AntiMonopoly :
prietor. One load, thrown in ((65 cubic feet), most healing medicine in the world.

85 cents. Nothing else "just as good." Anti- Drugstore.A ,

Hammocks, mosquito netting, lace One load, packed in (65 cubic feet), Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. full assortment of blue serge suits,
curtains, window shades, at Rheinauer's. $1.25.Delivered. The Bailey-Lebby CompanyCHARLESTON
coats and vests, and single coats, at
in town. Cash on deliv- SHOES Rheinauer's.

Dr. W. V. Newsom went to Orange ery. Parties owning a team wishing Ladies', Misses', Children's, Gents' s. c.
wood for their own use can get it at Orangeade at the Anti-Monopoly ,
Springs and will return today with and Boys' Shoes-a full line at re-
the factory at the rate of $1.75 per Drugstoro Made from ripe Florida
his wife and mother-in-law Mrs. Wa- auced prices. M. Fishel.A .
cord or one cent per cubic foot looseor oranges. & Supplies
terman, who have been spendingsome Machinery
one and two thirds cents per cubic 1
time at that favored resort.
foot packed by the load. gentleman recently cured of dyspepsia For burns, injuries, piles and skin I .

Ladies' Thin Summer Undervests, Orders can be placed at our office by gave the following appropriate '. diseases use DeWitt's Witch liazI Iron, Pipe, Brass Goods, Fittings, Nails, Belting, Injectors, Shovels, Picks,

from 5 cents to 35 cents each. M. Phone No. 8 or by mail; Box 727. rendering of Burns' famous blessing: Salve. It is the original. Counterfeits Wheelbarrows and Link Belting.

Fishel. Rim & Spoke Factory "Some have meat and cannot eat. and may be o 'ererl. Use only De-

11- ,-tf O. W. Reagan, Agt. some have none that want it; but Whae Witt's. Anti-Monopoly Drus Store. I ."Aces Quoted on All Kinds oj Machinery or Other Supplies
Our line of purses is complete and Kodol :'4a
meat and we can eat- Ocala Fla.
Contracts taken for the erection of plants, for putting up machinery
invite inspection at an earlydate. "
we your Queen Anne Hair Tonic is the best;? Dyspepsia Cure be thanked. This
Garrett & Gerig. all kinds or for repairing any kind of machinery, engines or boilers, by a
preparation for cleaning the scalp and preparation will digest what you eat. Buy a $75 Franklin typewriter on
short notice.
compptpnt machinist, who will be supplied on
Don't buy your patent medicines before promoting thp growth of the hair. It instantly relieves and radicallycures easy payments. No better or more

first calling on Garrett,& Gerig. Now is the time for dandruff. This indigestion and all stomach dis durable machine made. For particulars G. Wake Wells, Agent, Ocala, Fla. _...;''

They are the people who are selling tonic will keep the scalp clean and orders. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, and to see the machine in daily '
I Office in A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store.'Lt.r. .
"patents" at cost. r hCD lthr. Tydings & Co. Ocala! Fla use. call at this office. -- r.LL


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(1. Strozier is town today. The sentiment of the State Republican -f (Courtesy of Postmaster Groves) Mary MacPhearson Allretl,

D. FULLER I A.I I Convention was polled as! to selecting wife of Dr. C. J. Mired, died yesterday
Wall paper and papering. R. Jacksonville] July 20-Generally fair .
I Ocala for the capitol, and a'j tonight local rain afternoon at 5:45: o'clock, after an illness .
DENTIST Hall. : Saturday. Moore.
I j'I resolution to that effect would have of over two years. For the past ,,

Office Over Munroe & Chambliss Bank W. M. Ross, of FortVhite, is in the ; been passed but the conservative I eighteen months she has been confined )
There is more catarrh in this section '
city. I IS'e minds did not want antagonize the to her room. For several weeks

OCALA FLA. contesting cities and withheld it. of the country than all other diseases -
the family have known that the end
the new !shirt' waist sets; at Bur put together, and until the last
might come at any time, but her pass
nett's.: few ) ears was supposed to be incur
1. E. CHACE WANTED-Active men of good ing away yesterday was not expectedat
able. For a great many years doctors
K. C. Dorsey of Dnnnellon was in character to deliver and collect for that time as she seemed no more.
DENTAL SURGEON pronounced it a local disease, and
town today.Matting I old established wholesale and export- feeble than usual in the early part of
prescribed local remedies, and bconstantly
Office Upstairs Commercial Bank Bldg ing house. Bona fide salary of $!fOO a : the day. About 2:30 o'clock she be- .
I IRheinau failing to cure with local
in the latest patterns at to sink and at 5:45 the gentle
year guaranteed with expenses. No gan :

Ocala, Fla. r's. I II experience required. Refeiences: ex-I' treatment, pronounced it incurable. spirit took its heavenward flight. I IitLA
Science has proven catarrh to bf a
I changed. Enclose self addressed Mrs. Allred was born in Fayetteville.
TERMS CASHANNOUNCEMENTS hose new sash: buckles at Burnett'sare constitutional disease, and therefore
: pretty. stamped envelope to Wholesalers and X. C., May 28. 1843, was married in
requires constitutional treatment.Hall's .
I Exporters, third floor. :234 Dearbornstit February 1869, and came to Floridain
Catarrh Cure
Miss Jessie Maughs is quite sick at !i Chicaeo.E. manufacturei the same month and has resided in IYMTI ;-
I by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, tIit'rM. ,('JJJ(
the Ocala House. Ocala
continuously ever since. She
I i C. Hmith and two little girls, is the only constitutional cure on the ACTS GENTLY ON THE
For County Treasurer joined the Methodist church when a
I II : Men's and Boys' Crash Suits at I Genevieve antI Bertha. left today for market. It is taken internally in girl and through all the years has beenan

hereby announce myself as a candidate Rheinauer & Co.'s. does: front lit drops to a KIDNEVSLIVERAND
re-flft-tion to thf offife of County Treasurer I I I II Chicago; and Milwaukee. The childrenwill active member, until illness kept :]
of Marion, County. tmlijet-t to the action of the visit relatives while Mr. Smith It acts dhectly on the teaslIOOnfUI.1.
4' icratlc |arty Very forgetfully, I Miss Lillias Allred has been quite i 4 I her at home. She was a devout Christian -

A K. (irirm.fcLy ill for the past ten days. I, looks after pioperty in Illinois and Indiana ,' cous surfactof: the )' i and a"alI: .d member of the BOWELS o"I
I that is under his care. Theywill offer one hundred dollars for any case .I
I I church. She l leaves to her
1 ) announce mywlf an a candidate for mourn
the office of county treasurer of :Marion I Boj-s' Knee Pants, lift cents per pair, '1: return in September. |jit fails to cure. Send for circulars: I I death six children, all grown, a hus CLEANSES THE SYSTEM ]
county subject to the action of democracy
and testimonials. Address
of the county. O. J. STEOZIER I I at Rheinaner & Co.'s.Save I I I band and her aged mother. The blow ?SFFFFCTLJALLY -,
d.w.w Blttchton, Fla. The season is here for negligee j F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.1 II --fj
I comes unusually hard to the latter r
II money on patent medicines by shirts and summer suits. Our stock !: Sold by druggists, 75c. i'J
I respM-tfully) announce my-Hf a candidate I I two on account of their age and feeble,
.b4 for treasurer of Marion county, ulijrci! to theAction buying of Garrett & Geri.I never was so complete I and prices so Hall's Family Pills) are the best. I II S
of tb<> democratic party. I health. The funeral took place this FTrOVERCOMES'rJ"
I I inviting. Convenience and comfort I
Tub K.: 1'AnTKrn. turpka. II Mr. Goodrich the greenhouse man afternoon from the'residence, conducted .)
I will turn your thoughts towards our AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH i iHe I
i is in Jacksonville on business. : iI by Rev. T. J. Nixon, and the remains -
I II I stock and if you will step in you can \ I I o5TiPATION
Fpthe. Legislatures : were laid to rest in the familylot 14BITU4L
.. I I I A handsome Hue of Ladies' Ores :i be suited at Rheinauer's. \". L. D. Geiger, the noted Baptist I I !
I announce ruys lf a candidate for the If.gill' i 1 in the old cemetery. The funeralwas PERWNENTL .
aturt subject to the decision: of th..democratic I Goods just received. M. Fi&kel. minister from Apopka and formerly
: party. I'. A .SMITH, 31. 1,.. I I have a few more good much cows attended by a great many sorrow- ITS -

>___ ___ Anthony,Fla.I Most: of the republican delegates returned with young calves for sale cheap. N. pastor of the Ocala Baptist church will ing friends. The floral offerings were ;: 1qECTS. "
preach Sunday morning and eveningin
I hereby announce myself as a candidate! forth i home last night or today. Majo. Ocala. Fla. I most beautiful and numerous and testified -
.. that church and all are cordially BUT THE GENUINEMANTO BX I
IfjjieJjture; for fuionlunt}'. subject lo i to the high regard in which Mrs.
the action of the democratic party. : William Tucker receives daily fresh There was no meeting of the city invited to come out and hear him. '
W J. CHAMBER*. (lran .*) Lake. lured was held by the people. IiIINIA T6 SYRtIPCO
bream and trout at the city market. council again last night. Only two -- ---- --- -- ,
t I During her long residence in Ocala,

At tht request of many friends I anflouncemyMtf i members appeared and the meeting'will Agents-"Political Battle" by McKinley Mrs. Allred has greatly endeared herself VcWAI4e.5rot

a candidate for the legislator, ',subject .Jaek McCully and Charley Miller, not ]be attempted again until the Bryan and others. Official I _,Au.L5YA&DWGC FOU 50c PU Knit,
to the action of tlie democrats of Marion ; candidates for the legislature, :are in to the people of this community --- .
ciiuaty in the primaries. W. K. l.F.W.UJ.KJ. !I the city.Call regular meeting time in .\lIgust.DeWitt's book giving candidates and all issues.Extraordinary i I by her countless!: acts of kindness andher

j terms. Outfits free. 1 I loving Christian character. She
Little Early Risers are famous I
I respectfully announce myself a candidate I and see our line of chiffoniersand little pills for liver and bowel National Publishing Company. Lakeside i I was beloved by all who knew her. Piano Iuner

for flection to the legislature subject to the hall racks, solid oak. Mclver & Bldg., Chicago, 111. : Not alone in goodness of heart did she
democratic troubles. Never i
action of party. gripe. AntiMonopoly -
M J I.. 1'\YSF., FairfiVld, Fla.I Mae Kay. I excell.! she was a highly cultured and
Drugstore. Ocala I Rheinauer leads in wash goods. I
refined and Pianos and Organs tuned, regulatedand
I woman, possessed the talents -

respectfully announce myself a candidatefor ..1.V.. Pearson has gone to St. Joe, _____ __
'I 1 and culture of the fine old Southern repaired in a first class manner,
the legislature mil.jeetdemocratic to the action of the Mo., to'i 'it his family for a few
party II4KIE8 K. M ii.i.a family home. Her death will be and all work guaranteed. Special

_ Standard. weeks. BEAUTIFUL AND FRESH GOODS! long felt and deeply mourned by the rates by the year. Also make a specialty -

I present my name as a candidate for thelegislature Extract of Malt gives strength. community.The .
,Mibject! to the action of the democratic I of repairing fine violins and gui
party of Marion county. Sold at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. j, Star, with her other friends,
', J. MCCU ILVI Fellowship.! \ tars. ,V. S. Pike,
Ten cents a bottle. i I I extends its sympathy to the sorrow

I iI I At Great Reductions stricken members of her family. P. O. Box 651, Ocala, Fla.

For Tax Assessor Mrs. T. W. Troxler yesterday for i i -

Lexington, Ky.. to visit relatives ( -
1 present name aranmuaie for reelection I
my as OI'j Mrs. S. E. Waterman and daughters, I .
to the oilice of tax assessor for Marion the summer. OiALA) HOUSE BARBER SHOP
to the action of the democratic Miss Claud and Mrs. Newsom returned
county subject
party. J. C. IATIIY.WS. I .\ :.Midsummer I ] (Clearance] : Sale at 11 Masteis' Popular
Baby Talcum Powder, borated and yesterday from Orange Springs, !I Solicits your patronage and guarantees 1I 1-

lllrl'jl'llt my name as a candidate for tax perfumed, 10 cents a box at the AntiMonopoly Department Store, where they have been resting for the I the best work. Clean and attractive i

as:eusor of 'Marion county, i ubject to the I past mouth.
at.tiou.t the democratic party. Drugstore.A shop; skillful workmen.Geo. }
Jos I, L\ r.ASTt'It. Ora'a.I 1 In Which, Prices ,are Cut to the (Core.A .
handsome line of Laces Embroideries ( I A gentleman recently cured of dyspepsia F. Williams, Proprietor.
am a candidate for the ufii.e..t tax: assessor: Insertions and Ribbons just rereived I gave the following appropriate
for Marion county subject to the 1'tnn.craticprimaries great removal and shoven 'em out sale which means a money. I'
rendering of Burns' famous blessing:
at M Fishel's.Mr ..
the of
Relieving that cat-tern part
the county t s-liouhl base at least one county saving to every one who participates.. .We have in stock many new and "Some have meat and cannot eat, and : ii

ollieer. I ask the xupport) of the people. j. T. I D. Crawford left yesterday
JOHN M Ii 1'uIHI. choice Summer Dress Goods, colored and white, which we must close some have none that want it; but we
for North Carolina to sepnd the remainder -
out before our new Fall stock is bought. We have this week gone throughthe have meat and we can eatKodo
( of the summer. Cure be thanked." This
For Clerk Dysnepsta
County I entire stock and re-marked every piece of Dress Goods almost regardless 11 11i1
preparation will digest what you eat.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for : Nunnally's candies, always fret Sh.1
of cost. The prices are so low that all who see these goods will !
re-election! to the ofliee of county clerk,dub- It instantly'! relieves and radicallycures
and only 60; cents per pound, at Garrett =-
jet to the /action of the deni.*'rauc party. buy. We will not enumerate the hundreds of bargains. but ask our friends indigestion and all stomach ..1.
S-. T. isThi: SK, & Gerig's Drugstore.! ....
and patrons to call and see for themselves. disorders. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store

For Tax CollectorI I Cot L. P. Haisley has returned froma I .I Ocala, Fla. :j

business trip to Tampa and also to
hereby announce myself a candidate foi 'I' H. B. MASTERS I Ice chests and refrigerators ,
re-election to the uflice of tax collector"libj.t his oraugt grove on Tampa bay. j any
to the n"tion of the democratic party. I style, size or price, at Mclver & Iac'Kay's. i
K. I' TH.W um. __ __ u ________ n_____ __._____. - ------- .. -- ---. I
New California Perfumes just received. -| .

For SheriffI Palo Alto Pink, just the rage | II. P. Robinson formerly a merchant I I HAIR AND SCALP TREATMENTMrs. .1.1ij

at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore\ of this city and a brother of Geo. K. -- Rheinauer is headquarters for shoesin ij

I hereby announce inj&elf an a candidate fori'ht'rtrt Robinson; died a few days ago in Connecticut Anna M. Brown treats, sue- all new styles for men women and
of Marion county,subject to the actionof 1
the Iirinocratic party Summer neckwear in endless profu- I of Bright's disease. ce>sfully, all diseases of the scalp; arrests children. LIPPMAN EROS., Proprle'ori,

\\ K i: .Hus 'clntI1t' Fla. sion. Can suit the most fastidiousmen I i falling hair, and restores hair bottles Druggists UppmaiT* Stock SAVANNAH, QA. j
ANY advertised. dealer is authorized Sealed Florida Syrup. in quart .
and women at Rheinauer's.P. prematurely to its natural color.lisUince I
and gallon cans, at 40 cents: per Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Ocala, .
I am a candidate for eleet'on! to the officeof I to guarantee Banner Salve for objection. All letters

sheriff, subject to the action of the democratic P. P.. Pleasant Purgative Pellets:;, tetter eczema liles.. sprains, cuts. no gallon at W. C. Jeffords.' ----- -- 1
party,and respectfully: make this btll1(. I promptly allsw rt>cl. Hair shampooed
ment to the \otrrs of Marion J county. contain no calomel. Nothing better. scalds, burns, ulcers and any open)
Fresh fish both mullet and bottom
for 25 cents. Call at 108. North Orange ,
r. H. XlGK.VT.! Price. 15 oents.;; Tydings & Co.
OLD SORE. Anti-Monopoly Drug&tore -
street or address to Box Sou. fish, received every day kept on ice .J I

Superintendent of Public Instruction Lime Juice and Pepsin, the new i I Ocala. Fla.MiSs. Ocala. Fla. and delivered anywhere in the city by a I

Subject to the action of democratic drink, at Garrett & Gerig's fountain.It S. T. Sistrunk and childrenleft -- William Tucker. ,

I hereby announce myself' a candidate FRESH MILKI
party for re-election! to the otlice of superintendentof is palatable, and aids( digestion. yesterday for Russolvillp.!; Teun., The choicest day board can be had

Public Instniclioo, and prctfully atk Cure I!
to spend the snmnmucr.The .
the support of the citi/ensof Marion. (county.V. Headquarters for men's Banister I I I will sell 25 milk tickets for $1 and for the least money at the Ladies' andGents' Dyspepsia

I.C&a. shoes-for style durability and price Restaurant, next to Mclver & J
blood is strained and }purified I fully guarantee the milk to be pure

For Justice of the PeaceI they have no equal-at Rheinauer's.We 1)3the kidneys.: Xo hope of health and fresh and where found otherwise MacKay's. Digests what you eat.

Willie the kidneys are wrong. Fo- I will cheerfully refund the money. It artificially digests the foo4 and aids
am a candidate for re-'It>c'Hon to the oiliceof have everything in the house Ed. Moody, who has been in Havana Nature in btrengtlieniug and recon
justice of the (x-ace for district! '.n. 1. ley's Kidney Cure will make healthy I Henry L. Reynolds.WOMAN'S for the six months is at home I I -
past the exhausted digestive or-
((1Il'al! and ak the &UPPOl't of my friend-. furnishing line. Our goods are new, structing
T.II l CR\wmr.K fashionable and well selected. Mclver kidneys and pure blood. Allti- Jonoll- visiting relatives. gans. It i is the latest discovered digest- -

olyDrugs-'tore. Ocala. Fla. I ant and tonic. No other preparationcan
: :MacKay. RIGHTS mould- it in efficiency. It Instantly -
line of
For Member of School Boardi The prettiest picture approach

Rev. .l. P. Hilbuin. presiding elder \\'. C. Bull! who is working on 1>1'. ings in gilt, white and gilt bronze and I!;:! relieves and permanently cures 4

am a candidate: for re-election to member Bennett's college building at Crystal Many women suffer all. sorts of so- ;: Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn,
hip on the Board of Public Instruction fromdistrlt.r. of the Methodist church of the Tampa oak, and a hundred different styles Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea,
called! "female weaknesses" just be-
So.3. subject to the democratic pn- Hivf>r. is in the city suffering with a : and finishes at Mclver' & Mackay's.A Sick IIeadacheGastralgiaCramp9 and :
district. Is town with his who
Inris.and solicit the of friends.Kespmfullj \ I family
support my j cause their kidneys are out of order
slight attack of
B. I. HULL.lama visiting here. erip. allotherreisultsofimpcrfectdigestioD.Price
arc i and they have a right to know Foley's full supply of Ladies' Belts ju treceh'ed. 50c.and$1. Large size contains 254! times

TerKeeween Oil Liniment the best Cure is what is needed Belt Buckles emallfalise.BookallaboutdyspcpsiamaUeafrea -
I candidate for member the Board of There better made tbauDeWitt's Kidney just Also Pulley
Public instruction from i.-triet No. i, subject are no pills: liniment earth sold and Prepared by E.C. DeV/IT" & CO Cttl ago.
to the democratic primaries and tohcit\ the Little Early Risers. Always on guaranteedby b> moat: ailing women. AntiMonopoly and Collarette Buckles in different de

suPPort of my friends. ReJpectfullv.lUitchton. ) Typings & Co. Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. signs. M. Fishel.D. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.Foley's .
1 Is. U. It. RI lieu. piompi and (('rtain.nti.- funopol I

For Drug Store, Orala Fla. Painting and kalsonii ing. II. A. M. Boney, at the Hole] in the Wall, I
County SurveyorI
end Tar
Hall. THE ELDREDGE 5; cent Honey
Mrs. M. 1) Taylor daughters and has a big trade on his
am a candidate for the ofticc of couhtytumyor I for children.fafesurs. No opiates
of Marion"county. subject to theIem.eraey. soil.VilI, left yesterday for Seabreeze I Mi rC.. L. Rusto. of Stanton.: is an machine the cigar. "Dixie Girl.
first-class at
A sewing
{ J. I U. M I -
( "
I inmate of the hospital a patient of Dr.
to rented
spend a They
I right price.Ve will have a stock of J. J. Pyles and family are camping A THROUGH SLEEPER
For County JudgeI I a cottage and will take life easy. I I i{ them on July 10. Ocala Music! Co. out on the gulf coast, near the mouthof

am a candidate for re-election to the office Fifty cents will stop having Minute Cough Cure i: the only -'- the Withlacoochee river. They will ,
of county proU-ite judt'e. Mibject to the !up- your I several months. Via the F. C. & P. From Tampa New
port uf the> dr-mooracy. I U Hnl IOOK.I chills and fever. You ask, how? Because harmless remedy that produces immediate CURED BRONCHIAL TROUBLE remain for York

it will buy one \uottle of Gar- results.:: Try it. AntiMonopoly I Chas. E. Davis, 1071 W. CongressSt. ---------

hereby announce my?.>H candidate.. for lett's Chill Tonic. Garrett & Gerig's I Drug\ Store, Ocala, Fla. ., Chicago says: "I suffered for : BRAVE MEN FALL Beginning June 2 a through sleeperwill
county judjre. subject to democratic action I be operated from Tampa to New -
lOud icti-ecifully,! a-k the "UI'I'Mt of all participating Drugstore. years with bronchial trouble and tried. Victims to stomach, liver and kidney
in the prunarie-J J II Iat.oy.f 'I Mrs. Annie .Martin who has been I York via F. C. & P. and Seaboard AirLine -
) Robert Flollrno Brickyard, Ala. I many kinds of medicines without relief troubles as well as women, and all feel
wry ill for the past: ('v'ralfopks. is1'f10I'tf'c1 to Richmond and double daily
TAX DEED NOTICE wrote: I consider no remedy equalto somewhat better. I : until I beean taking Foley's" I the results in loss of appetite: poisons through trains Jacksonville to New

Dr. Moffett's Teethina I Teething Honey and Tar, which cured me. n the blood, backache, nervousness,
I' York via same route. Trains 10 and
Whereas. J. D. Glymp has presented I Powders) for the irritations of Teething Just opened a nice line of bed lounges Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ocala, Fla. u aeadacho, and tired, listless, run-down 11 making connection No. 14 carrying

to me tax: certificate No. 23oO.; sale of I and the bowel troubles} of our single lounges and couches at I --,--- I feeling. But there's no need to feel through sleeper.

April 4. 1SS. covering! the following Southern ('ouutl' '. :Mclver & Mac Kays. i i The best' meal in the city for the (like that Listen to J. W. Gardner, ---- -

land in Marion county to wit: Lot 11 money may tJH had at the Ladies' and (idaville, Ind. He says; "Electric Bitters -
W. F. Hamilton the well known and It has been: demonstrated 1 l\ t'p] Hrience I Trunk3 and satchels will be a necessary
Pos sub bee ( tp 17. south range3: Gents' Restaurant next to Mclver & are just the thing for a man when -
very successful well driller, was in that ('const'mntion be i.reteuted -I part cf your summer outing.
and said certificate has demand. all down and don't care
upon MacKay. tie run ,
lakeland the other day conferringwith by th" ('..I'h'' nl0; On Minute I You will find them to your liking atRheinauer's.
i'd from me a tax df>('11. whether he lives or dies. It did more
the city council in reference to Cough Cure. This is the favorite milk -
I Soda water and fresh Jersey
Therefore, after the expiration of to give use new strength and good appetite -
putting in water works in that prosperous remedy for coughs, ('(Jldsroth '. asth:: arid cream ver> day. at the Hole in I
thirty days from the date of this notice I than anything I could take. I Hustling young men "an.make $CO
} little city ma. grippe and all throat and lung i
i the Wall.!
unless redeemed it is ray intention can now eat anything and have a new per month and expenses. Permanent
troubles Cures AntiMonopoly
to issue a tax deed to the said Mr. an.l11'8.. Van [loosen of the lease on life." Only 50 cents at Gar- pozition. Experience unnecessary.
} Drug Store. Ocala Fla. CA.STQXtI.
land. Dated June 25, 1!Jon. Gaiter section mourn the death of : Beau th The Kind! Ytii:) HJ\9\ Ah'l3rs! B'lt.ts11Jaare t I rett & Gerig's Drugstore, Ocala. Ev- Write quick for particulars. Clark

S. T. Sistrunk, I their nine year old son Saturday. July Fruit Jars in all sizes at the John : a I cry bottle guaranteed. Sold by all I. & Co., 4th and Locust streets, Phtla-

Clerk Circuit CourL 14th. The Star extends sympathy. McCarthy Store. I cf #-ZZ-rA' I 1 druggists. J 1 dc-lphia, Pa.

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.,. ,:;:,<- .t._:_. .lJUU_: .. ""ILJn...' r1''Iit: :" 4$1 :. -.L. .; ;'--" .':a 7- ."',-: _' --' "; -:' -7'," ",,:::: ;;" <,' .},,- ,.:5'' ?" ':::. --::.77--o.-. j'r: ,. ... ..,.,, ._ "'. +'T." +>>t4P. -",...J., ..... '.""'.:"'''''.-.. __.- '", .' JJN......., ._ ......: J;: :< ...:




County IN OCALA -


Volume VI OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 20 1900 Number 29

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Fresh Goods I i i
Cann9d I ---- EDWARDS BROS
i !'|! If so, come at once and select the
[ Social and Political Gatherings at ,!i
; :Straw::! Hat yon like best and you'll
i i find that big reductions; have )been) CITY MARKET

BREAKFAST BACON SLICED HAM PIG FEET I: The one held at Summered Saturday I!' made throughout the line. ,

CORNED BEEF HASH CORNED PORK was unusually well attended for j THE

that section, as fully IOn<> persons were LEADING WHOLESALEAND t

POUND CANSTEThPOT the candidates were on hand and
t electioneering was lively.

Sim X. Dillard, the committeemanfor uct Meats, Fish and Cedar Key Oysters

GROCERYPEABODY II that section. was so busy lookin; I Keceived every Day.

after the welfare of those:) attending.1 I WILL t

r -- ---- i I I jhe assigned;; the duty of introducing j ji YOU Choice Florida Meats Celery and All Other

i EXAMINATIONFour OCALA'S HOSPITALITYThe i I the speakers} to Professor Strozier. i iI TAKE Vegetables In! Season .

_. {who made a splendid! presiding officer.

aspirants for scholarships met members of the state republican I The candidates told their old storiesand ONE FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108

Mr. Sheats Thursday afternoon to take convention<:re so impressed with cracked their old jok.-s.
the Peabody examination, namely, T. Ocala's hospitality and cordial greeting : Xo )prettier? or more attractive table .
was spread anywhere in this L'6twbllsheJ Jon. 17. 18Ut
A. Chapman, Plymouth, Orange county that they gave Ocala a rousing canvassthan

; Miss F. H. Dewar. Anoxia, Hillsboro vote of thanks. Hon. H. S. Chubb said at Summerfield and the dinnerwas J. M. NEELY,
simply pl{>lant.
county; Miss Rowena Longmire, in this connection, that he expectedthe Merchants'>> Block.

Bartow, Polk county; and Miss Sarah state capitol would be located herein Notes
luleston, Monticello, Jefferson county. the future and then ha wanted to
Fully one hundred members of the,
Emanuel Martin, of Fort McCoy, waitH be governor. I I made the day a very pleasant and

at the bttildinp until Thursday The following resolution was passed crowd present were from across the memorable( one. Several hundred pCI"sons C7SL-7S: : ,- FLORIDA=t
: Sumter line, close neighbors with Marion -
noon, and Mr. Sheats not appearing, by the convention: were present.
and if the voters of that section I Receive Deposits Have
thought no examination was to come: Be it resolved, That the State Republican The) barbecued meat was fine.done Money to Loa
could, vote in Marion they would
off and went home. )Ir. Sheats' trouble Convention now in sessionin I to a turn under the practicedeye TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS .-.
!lock for Nugent who
was an old
was with the trains. lie missed Ocala, tender a vote of thanks to of Charley Uall. of Ocala.
neighbor of theirs Small Accounts Receive the Same
: and whose:; citizenship Attention as Larore Ones "
ono, had to take a freight from Tallahassee the people of Ocala for their hospitality Every candidate ws present except
couldn't Ret into the telegraph and especially to the Board of they fully appreciate and worth Stroxier.: Pasteur. Graham and Dr. Support Your Home Bank.MRS.LT.TOMPKINS.
; as a man they correctly estimate.It : ,
offices at Live Oak or Hampton, and Trade for 'the use of the opera house Smith. Datmellon was represented; in = n
i is said that Nugent will
get every
when he did get oft a dispatch to Superintendent and committee rooms, and I also railroad the per:ons of Committeeman Dr. Jas. '
vote but two in his old district, not
Carn that gentleman had companies, for reduced rate I Jiaskin.:: Editor Miller and Bob} San-
that they do not think well of Mr. Allen -
to the Izard. ders.
picnic at
Camp -
gene -- -- -
but they want to give the gritty i j
Mr. Sheatt reached here at 1:57: p. i' It was a great day for oratory and
1 and manly little sheriff another term Has Just Received and Opened
in. Thursday on the Seaboard AirLine 'I[ Charley Miller carried off the nag.
Among the ladies! who did much
train and when he reached the QIrZf FO so jKven! Treasurer Griffin ceased giving THE FINEST LINE OF
to make the day. which was a perfect ;
shnol house he found the four persons: I out his fine drawing 10 cent stogiesto

named holding! down the front steps.ThI' j-t I lone; so pleasant and successful, wereI offer a few remarks.
: .
i I Mesdames: : A. D. Mitchell, Joe Warn- I Hat ..
(> are four scholarships to be given After the regular speaking, the Hon. FIBnofi Pattern
: ock. Sim Dillard Lemuel and Tom Dil- "
with fully $2l'0( a year; free tuition, A. P. Ha kil. of Anthony, was called
il '
I .
lard, ( It. Livers. Mrs. Johnson. :Mrs !
expense of transportation and the use r on and said that the democratic party

of text hooks during attendance at the t- ,mar= i i,cannot Branch now and recall.others whose name we I I j.i having adopted all the principles! of EVER BROUGHT TO OCALA :i

/ Peabody Institute in Nashville, Tenn., the populists) except one. governmentowtiertiiip :
II I BeH'vifwas! represented in t thepci'sons |
and $tut>0 in UlOIlt". 1I I 1 ; of Messrs.: Trask.: Kidge, Bryant --I j of railroads, most if not My stock of goods for Easter and the summer is the finest and

The requirement! of examination 1 and Pope. I all. of the populists of Marion county most complete in the city. An invitation to visit! my store and

is that no person examined shall fall 1i i It was the reporter's old stamping j I would take part in the democratic pri- view the most exquisite French designs in art is extended to the

below 7 i per cent and if each of the i Tlwri\Js. While he: spoke of "returning ladies of Ocala and Marion county. -
ground and he met of bis old'
many '
four applicants make that they are I il hone: with pleasure, he would still
THERE IS NOTHING friends and renewed] acquaintances.As :: Yours for elegance and style in millinery
elected; if any fall below Mr. Sheats I contend for the last named principle. ,

will 111the appointment of the va IN THE WORLD n.jual refreshments were in demand George Tumor spoke in favor of I I
and circus lemonade was in evi- MRS L. T. TOMPKINS
will I good roads and said that personally
can(" '. That pull the thermometer
I If the notice which appeared in the down so far as a glass of pure, sparkling he wanted them built faster than they
For the liberal )patronage bestow od EMILLINERY STORE
Times-Union and Citizen about the examination delicious soda. It refreshes were now and, for one he knew to :=
on the Star proffer thanks.Carter's .
we our
had appeared in the local wonderfully stimulates the brain, I .... do it would require money, taxation in I ..1.

papers of Marion county, there would cools the blood. Good at all seasonsof some: form, and be was ready to give

have been a dozen or more (competi I the year, but especially good just I'[ PcndIs $1 or $5 at a lick thus hastening the

tors. now. Helps digestion, too. It is not ( one of the most popular picnic AAork. and if others would do the ame, The Boston Store
Superintendent Sheats had some 30 often that you may take medicine in grounds in the county and every gathering most of the present taxpayers would

]letters saying they would bo present, such an agreeable form. held there draws a big crowd. have the pleasure of riding over these

and as most of those letters indicated T. W. Troxler. Fully five hundred. )persons were in evidence good roads alite. instead of waiting Is the place where you can get 1:

Ocala) as the most central point, he ---- ..- -. _.. -. ,I Tuesday. until death on'l'toolthem.. 1

selected this place. The examinationwill NEVER Half a dozen precincts were n'p'retwnwd. George Bridges, the staunch citizenof Square Honest Dealing Prompt Ser:1::1

close Saturday morning. Devil's BIllow, was present. It was 1

--- -.----. .--- Never in the history of Marion I M. S. )Io er, committeeman, presided the first! meeting ho had attended in vice Strict Attention to Your Wants )

A CHILD ENJOYS county politics have there been more and introduced the speakers. four years. ,

or belter candidates, every one of E Sim Brown, the prosperous merchant And an Earnest Desire to Satisfy
The pleasant flavor gentle) action, Notes
whom expects to land.! Ocala
seemsto i of Leroy, made his annual pilgrimage -
and soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, be the battleground. as half a dozen Refreshments were served for the to the gathering. He pays"Uncle" You No Matter at What Cost 1
when in need of a laxative, and if the uenofit of the Christian church of that ,
co mty candidates are here this
I m01"l1ing Abe Ro?s a yearly visit and
father or mother he costive or bilious, section and Mesdames Beck, Moserand j jthe
j elcctionoerin makes the picnic the occasion Uncle What more can we say? What more can you ask? As
the most gratifying: results follow its Haycraft assisted by Mr. Beck,
--- -- -- ----
I Abe was not in evidence. but his three
use; so that it is the best family remedy DO YOU NEED AN ELECTRIC BELT John Gordon and Hugh Haycraft. dida lawyers say 71
boys were, one of them in a natty
known and. family should 'business. This is
every : flourishing one

hale a bottle. Manufactured by the Dr. J. Xewton Hathaway has per I way }fr Haycraft has of recuperating State The College notably uniform.handsome young ladies WE REST OUR CASE HERE 1

California Fig Syrup Co. I his health and doing good service for
fected an electric belt which he is
prepared I present were, Miss Harco, of Cotton

to furnish to all patients who I his fellowmen. Plant Miss Munroo, of Hpidt rm". This week we are giving Special,, Bargains in Dry

NEW SAILOR HATS need it, at a nominal charge. Write Hon. Ht>IH'Y' W. Long was present" find Miss Ross, of Gaiter."Uncle" Goods Clothing and Shoes. Big Premiums. .1
as was Dr. and Mrs. Davis, of Dunn-
to J, Newton M. D., 25
We have. just received an elegant ; Me Brass was in the push

line of the very newest: and haudoonveat I street, Savannah, Ga. Ilon, and speculation rife among and. though overleaping fourscore and

i __ ___. _..____ _.__ the candidates as to whether Mr. Ayer THE BOSTON STORE .,
looked trim
creations in Sailor Hats. Amongthe ten, as dapper, and youthful j
I did not secure one vote by taking' :Mrs. !
lot is the very latest thing, the FOR SALE OR RENT as a five year: old high stepper. 1
Davis from Martel to the picnic 23> South Magnolia street. Mrs. Hick's old stand.
Lady Smith, which is: sure to plea.v! The Stokes held a monopoly on ret -
ground. She was disappointed in getting
the ladies. Call and inspect) the line Desirable residences: and cottages indifferent fl'f:''lIment t stands and nickels flowed -
a conveyance at Martel station,
Ferguson; & Co. II parts of the city, almost any into their tills in a steady stream all
when Mr. Aver came gallantly to her PETER INGRAMMchant
size or style desired, for rent, and will day long.
sell on most advantageous terms. Dr. Glenn, the affable and accomplished -
GRAPHOPHONESFor The spread wa a feast of good
Have you property to rent, or do you things. M. D. of Cordeal, was among\ Tai10r

$::, ?j..O, f 10, $23; and $:..ft.Irands. I. desire to rent propertyIn either Among those who took in the fes the throng. The Doctor enjoys a

case, apply to S. I). Moody in city large practice in that section.L. .
( Ocala Mu i ie Co.
tivitiesveie J. B. Wilcox, the phosphate -
building. L. Aiken. of Heidtsvillevas :Merchant's Bank
miner of the Standard section, : j .
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among his friends and will again align
and Jude Taylor. of the same neigh

.( CRESCENT BICYCLE 1.uorhou I l.Many himself of! Marion.with the rock-ribbed democracy have received a large and nobby assortment of Trous I

Columbia and Hartfords, and a full of the friends of B }n. K. Butch
: ] for the
r< Fd ; T'm-ie" Billy Folk is the only oae erings and Suitings suitaole coming seasons at pricesto 1
line of lamps. hells and sundries of
were disappointed) in not seeing him .
of any' prominence among the i opu- suit all 1j
every description. All makes of bicycles -I on the ground as he i a candidate( tastes.I .
I i lists who holds, out.
(3Jg. repaired. Ocala Music Co. I for the Board of Public Instiuction. :Much enthusiasm prevails among have added to my Tailoring Department a line of

,. -----.-- ---- -- ---- but: !sickness: in his family ]kept him
.-- ...... ..,- .'" the voters and Camp (Izaid, will do her Gents' Furnishings SCARFS and TIES will
\ i... .. .. away.
.r / Uncle Mabe Carter monarch of all I I'I duty. be a specialty, up-to-date styles. Gold] Studs warranted for
>4., Records received today. All the new '
surveyed.( wa beaming., Buttons and Sleeve Links. I
: 5 { j selections in this lot. 'I I RED HOT FROM THE GUN twenty years, carry a

..,. _. Ocala\ was represented: by Mr. and ,
-- -- --
J.. :\ll"i'i. S. T. Siitrunk.Iis: May Turn- Was the ball that hit G .13. Steadman. good stock of Umbrellas at prices

gI 'X The law holds Loth maker and circulator -; ley. Messrs.: J. R. Mathewes. :Mr. of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War.It .

,c; \; of a counterfeit equally guil 1'c:.lwr, General Bullock! W. K. Ze- 'auf'cl horrible ulcers that no treatment -
ty. The dealer! who sells a, danpeioi's '
A REAL TREATis you wadski. E. P. Thairard. P. H. Nugent helped for twetny years. ThenRucklen's

counterfeit of De Witt's Witch i and Joe Munden.A : Arnica Salve cured him.Cures OCALA LUMBER CO
assured thoseho purchase our Hazel Salve risks jour life to make a
Boils, Felon
rain storm saute up about one Cuts. Bruises, Burns -
little! !larger profit. You cannot trust'
ICE CREAM o'clock) ) and seriously dampened the ::;, Corns Skin Eruptions. Best Pile

1'11mo t subtle skill has transformed him. DeWitt's is the only genuine ardor of the )largo gathering. I cure on earth; 25; cents a box. Cure Is at all times prepared to furnish roughor i 5i'f
told original Witch Hazd alre.
a ..
ingredients of the greatest purity guaranteed.: Sold by Garrett & Gerig, I
I well ]known cure for piles and all skin in desired
I lumber
into cream of the most exquisite Camp Izard tJrug'i; ts. Ocala, and all other druggist planed any quantity
I diseases. See that your dealer givesDeWitt's
] Our delicious :.
flavor. confections are
rOil Sillreonti' The picnic at Cedar Grove church
not excelled by any made in the city t Monopoly INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTYIf
last of the
Thursday, thouzh the campaign -
l)rug Store, Ocala. Fia. Straw hats for ladiss. gents and
and l 11) very fe\v made elsewhere.Wo I was not the )least, if not so large children at Rheinauer's. in need of anything In our line, write to or call on us. Factor opposite "
still make cream in any quantity Gents' furnishing in SI
goods endless
in numbers others. Plant System depot Mill near Montague. .J

desired. variety, at Rheinauer's. But to the point.
O .A. & T O IT.I u3L.
Peach cream every day: hereafter, --
Will Boss: the committeemau. wasit. Bare tto: T"e t Kmd VaG $U AlCTfS 2tcigE t OCALA LUMBER COMPANY

from luscious, fresh peaches: } 8 A Mjjg.R/ SALVE, lit presided with grace and elojiiHiee ] tars d .

DAME, THE CREAM MAN t1.uaiLinai a! mst i healing jv J"I s&Jvelri the world-rt and with His willin? assistants # # tL.<< Telephone 69 Ocala, Florida


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."..... ._ _". .,'. _-_-- .- __. -__ "", _--__- ,......._-,.___'":4I'l-- -.' --1' .. --_'
Leading Colored Citizens Allege That

f 0'f \ \ \ \ !; He is an Unsatisfactory Principal Leading Central! and South Florida F rniture Dealers +

In reference to the petition signed

r aMf = j I hy Hev. Dukes, pastor of the large" A. Our Store Rooms Warehouses are Enongh to Convince the-

!, M. E. Church P. P. Gadson, J. W.

f I Alexander. F. K. Powers. E. G. Smith People that we Carry the Largest Stock of Furniture

j I all prominent business men of Ocala

I and J. S. LaRoche. distributing clerk in this Section. Our Prices are to Suit All. We buy a great

\ t in the po.stoffice. A. L. Pettis. William in Carload Lots and this method save
Ruth and others. many goods by
asking the sub-school
Tae! Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been

; .... ill use for over 80 years, has home the signature oft trustees of Ocala to reconsider the our patrons a large amount. Our assortment of goods are too

t ,.... and has l.enlllacle IIIl1kr his personal re-appointment of B. F. Hartwell as

#.,I-#' supervision t 5-inre its infancy.Allovno principal of Howard Academy, it is numerous too mention. Just call and let us show you.
learned that the petitioners asked the ,
totl iW in thi
one MVO you s.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and""are hut removal for the following reasons: It will be a pleasure to wait on you whether you buy or not. In

trifle with and endanger health of* That Mr. Hartwell did not use his
Experiments that ;
addition furniture have the noted Standard
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.: : general; influence for the mental and to we ..41

moral improvement of the colored Sewing Machine which leads all others. Call and inspect themWagons
masses in and around Ocala; that he

What is CASTORIA refuses to associate with colored peo-

it ple and attends services at a white
k. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor; Oil, Pare- Buggies Harness Etc1
church so as to keep himself aloof
\ oric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It i.s Pleasant. It from them.

( Contains neither 01illll1Iorphiuc nor other Narcotic The persons who presented the petition We have the only up-to-date stock of Wagons, Buggies and Supplies for same, Harness,
substance. Its is its guarantee. It destroys AVormsand
t allays Feverishncss.age; It cures Diurrhwa and Wind come as representatives of the Saddles, Robes, Etc. in town. Builders' Material of all kinds. Wall Paper, Paints
wishes of the people, and in the interview
I. Colic. It relieve4'Feetltiug'I'roables: cures Constipation between the board and the petitioners purl Oils. Complete Undertakers' and Embalmers Department entirely separate.

and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates; the the Write or call onMclver
following statements were
; Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleet made:

The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
That Mr. Hartwell did not eat with
and MacKay
colored people and rather than do so

CENUINE CASTORIABears ALWAYS he would have his meals sent to his

room. That he was irritable in the
the of
school room and could not commandthe

respect of the pupils. That he THE PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHING.CITRA .

was so domineering over his teachersand
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used such quaint and poor school

methods that all of the teachers of !II I:
I I II I '
I Howard Academy had made and were :Mr. C. W White is the busiest man ,HujiicH BLOOD.

making general complaint. That it in the state, nevertheless he takes :
The KM You was understood that Mr. Hartwell had ;I This woman is a picture of perfect
Haie'Alwajs Bought time for
a pleasure trip occasionally. : .u 3 health. Her existence is
the sub-school trustees under his 1!I
he took ,
Wednesday a large party to sArY not made miserable by Shattered

In Use For Over 30 Years. thumb and carried their votes in his Daytona for a plunge in the ocean I' Nerves, Wasting Irregularities,
vest pocket and complaints from the
and a few days' outing. His guests
Dyspepsia the Blues
'!'I'9. or any of
colored to his short
.. people as comings his Miss Erven Miss
mother. ,
--_ '-_ _-..- : Itf'.r.: _' ,t";.= '. 'j.f t were the manifold derangements
would go unnoticed. When he marked Gaines, Mrs. C. A. Fuhvood Miss caused by weak or impure blood.
examination papers in orthographyhe Gregg, Miss Hodges and :Miss :Mary t & She is full of life and ambition.
took off for each mistake. To st'
-- one Wartmann. I I ;; She is handsome. She is happy.
illustrate: that if one should on the !*
go There two arrivals in ,
are town a .$>% Iti.chblood coursing ough herS
state examination and should fail to son at Dr. Mickler's and a son at the !I i -* A veins maintains her magnificent

THE SOK! TREATED answer the ten questions given according parsonage named Warren Candler 1. 1 t' womanhood, warding off the in*

to his faulty method of grad- Hodges. I, I numerable diseases to which a

ing, the applicant would get 90 although -
Stewart Harris i is spending the summer I weaker woman would be suave

At Prices to Suit the TimesNo he' failed to answer a single at Pentetang, Georgian Day. On- j I tible. .
question. That Mr. Hartwell did not tario. |,
.. ,, Miss Alice
exercise strictness and order with his 1
The of the
large irrigating plant
Savannah Ga.
pupils while examining them. That Orange Lake Fruit Company is },e'ingrelnm'efl says
fi '*.r'" the was Buffering all
the results from his school room are
by a Jacksonville company. .; the torture of terrible
Drug? -No Surgical Instruments not satisfactory. That all of his a
------ case of scrofula
recent graduates failed to pass the ,
and relief could be
recent: examination given inJunenotone ,
obtained until P. P. P.
receiving a third grade certificate.This .
Lippman's Great Remedy
Since npt-ping my (.llk-e in Or;.:la last :March I' lifuv trmtd a number of they claimed was evidence that The busiest and mightiest little f -
r tried the
p'iti,'nts very successfully. ill Horn mil tor i\v*-nly trcatnu-nK 1 IIJuII't l care whether thorough training had not been given, thing that ever was made is Dr. King's I ; reI -
suit '
was a complete
you !relieve in my method l of tri-atim-nt or not ; :.111 :t-k I:; a fair t niil.Among especially as all received such' very New Life Pills. Every pill is a sugarcoated I cure

the many: iliM-a M; I jun tn-aiin suce.'ssftiUy aiv! Itbeunalisnt Con- low marks and also since Superintendent globule of health, that changes !

htip-ition, Diarrhoea, Pulmonary Tronhles! Uivihral 1 Sirictin"! 1'ili-f, Malignant: Cam stated at the Howard weakness into strength Iist1es. ness f <} (LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY) is the ideal medicine -

(irotvths, Sexual Di3urth'i'S l Xeuraij, P. l'alyiF, 11i,1.. 1',1\ llrs. Dy,j>e| Ma, Academy graduating exercises, that into energy, brain-fag into mental P I IOO P for women. Its use insures health and the substantial .

Impaired Memory, Deafne.) *., Nervous I'lo r.;tlO/I. Morl.i.t! l't'.u',. Liquor: Morphine the graduates if thoroughly trained in power. They're wonderful in build i I I II attractiveness which health alone can be
i stow. P. P. P. is the greatest Blood Purifier known to
an-l Tuh.icco; llabiln, Kidney and I> adder Troubles. the course that he had mapped out ing up the health. Only 25; cents per I medical science, curing all Scrofulous Affections, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism

and which the graduates were supposed box. Sold by Garrett & Gerig, Ocala, j Catarrh, Neuralgia, Malaria and Nervous Derangements. o

-- --- to have finished they would be ableto and all other druggists. i P. P. P. ; sold by all druggists. $i a bottle ; six bottles, $S.*

pass easily the examination for a --------- -- LIPPMAN! BROTHERS, PRr1PR1FTOBS LIFPSLtJ i.ocK, Savannah Ga.

PRICES -OF PERSONAL TREATMENT second grade certificate.It LOTS IN JULIETTEWe Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. I

further that Mr. 0
was charged
One Week ((7 treatments) at my office______ ____ __...,.;i 00 Hartwell was very uncouth and ill- have a few choice lots in Juli- _

One Week ((7 treatments ) at your home__ ___ __ __ i 50If mannered to the assistant:: teachers ette for sale. J. II. Livingston & Son. A Florida Central & -

often insultingly dictating to them agents. -

that they shall do certain things in
he }presence of pupils. and considersthat
you can't aftId( to ]pay tllt'::t' {tiieiM i--':iie to my I.Hi.'f' au-1 I uill tnat you
he is bound to respect no other Ocala] Employment Agency has Time Table Effective June 3, 19DO.
free of charge.:
teachers' rights. That he allows the opened over Fishers store on the
Office over II. E. Yon go & Co.'s j-lore. Hours S to 11 a. m.; 1 to 2 p. m. large boys and girls to promiscuously square and will furnish help .CB.-;; n. i 13 : i i-J.I 13Lr l Z 23

intermingle to the discomfiture of the of all kinds in or out of the city. Lv 1:1 ........, OOam. 8lJ1Jpm..I........' .' CksQl1TJ1e.1; }8m., !SoJftm,' UX'utiil: i 43Jm1.
GKO. I). I 13. HART Magnetic i lioalcr I iris. That he puts the teachers box Sr ? ,. Plant' City.. j, 847am 91bpnn"Dado .. ......!l........; ....!:I...: i::".". G I.1Hnl, 7'::'"'........
; on Call address postoffioe ; or
I or City. 9 34im'1031pmAMVildwiKxi. ''.'' ''' .......,Arjiildwin! .:..:.::.;L 951rtnt': (+:G i!ni 1+r, Ir.I......::.
the rhetorical exercises without their telephone when you are in need of our : : .. 'lOjjOMirM&ain'Lv : .:.::.:.:.:.. ::::::.; LvBaldwiu..I.. ........ U.!.: I.'rn
oCtLId I1ta. Winte-Frk"7Sami:... j I....... .. .. ...... Ar MpCi"'nny ..!I. '...'.,' .'.....!:1)l l au, iliJpn1:;
consent. That he is not a satisfactory services, and >oir: order will receiveprompt Crl2.d....... 8Y5am16anpm''! ............... Lake Ciy i' \ ......4'AanLiTOO 1; 1.;r Pm
-__._ __ ____ __ __ ._ _ ____ teacher to the colored] people. and they -attention. I. ):. Tompkins, If Apopka.. .. 90Iami, 7 4.:: ;JID 1.,.........,........ k.J I I.I.......;,,I; | "Ird\J3Jpfl1
.u n ArTavart-3... 94cain| 9lOpmLv ; .. ..... .'..... II }[adi 'n. .. :; ...... I t."ni !ib.Jl
,'aineetly requested his removal. It A. D. Brooks, Tarari-i 1J48am 9.aOpDl.......j.......' MontiCwJo .1..... ...i.: ........I :i'OJaj 4C..a.:
Lee'hurR.. 1015ain.lO5tlpm......!........ Talaaeee. ........;......... 5! 611kim
was:: further stated, that there had been Telephone No. 9. Managers. ArWMwoodCcaa! ./10 40amll! oj.m! ,. ..... .f' .. ..... (llunl,T ... .".1 1 ... ..'.,......., 4 N.'IIr1f 52><4n'lik ;-
r < oiuplaint made to the county superintendent Lv- -H,10-Main1- '!- UCam:-- .-. ... ...1.-. ...... .;* liiver J't'___ ,r.I.-t.I !: :::.:...,:, 5.-'i 16 I t+'J.'xh
II Ik.ileview... 11 'd'am( 1 SttuullMamj .... I ,
during the last school session .. .. .... ; .......I. ....... LTBaMwin.fOftnp!!( ) |! is ;)m i....... ......,.
IQuestfonsforWomeDo about Mr. Hartwell's strange and RESTAURANT :: NJ\"I-'r 5pn, :. . ........1........ Ar. Starke......!IMv'fciin i;, ;.) I... ....... 'r'H. -",.
peCuliar awrne..'.'1237pmi, 417umrValdo .. ..... ....... Pa.da..iil.ua1J4.pnt: ...........,.:...
way of conducting the school \ .. 127pm.!; oCoaui ...... I., ....... 'j I-.t 1
you have periodical pains? Do you have frequent '-- Restaurant and lnch counter. Paldvria.' ..". :31upm: 7COam. .....1........ -;-
backaches? Are you nervous? Are you continually exhausted? Do With all of these charges, and with all hours. JaekSl.uv'le ,, "'"p11l.-755am -....... .!-.. ...... r1
Meals and lunches at ---
you suffer every month? If you answer "yes" to any of these I *n much information it is evident the }! 73< 13 15 I .
questions you are suffering from ills which Wine of Cardui cures. colored people are thoroughly disgusted rates to weekly boarders. i!

Do you appreciate what perfect health would be to you? After sick and tired of their principal. Also city dray furnished ashen de- Lv Jy.,--.*-7 15am -....... -........,-........ '--j l-t- -.
taking Wine of Cardui. thousands like you have realized it. Vine of sired. Aicher. .... 11)t0am'315pmi} /1........ LirYTaMo .....,|tlynJnI: : 51)l.m' 2ftpn23JJIH( .......
.... 1252pmi ....... Arilclr..a 1\lpl1l ol.t.1l1 ........
; i 415pm
a;ac e. : ;
Cardui (insures freedom from diseases. At each ..
recurring ---
Ike Tompkins] and wife proprietors= ArWa; 'J. ;1l Jpm:6\XpD11:! ...... -Jit-r."i! ;j. .... ...j;t VuJamLv 'i Iq,nf ,,,,,'"
menstrual period if care be not taken slight ailments will appear. FLEMINGTONGlenn I_.._-".;' ,j-----i ( am --......-. .-. ...... C darKpy J| ....J,,1.t .. .... 63H"mt."|' ...t...
Nervous strain loss of sleep cold or indigestion start disorders 19 South ;Magnolia street or pnstofhce;; Warktt.It ...t j :215pm 5-1taml..i." ) I. ...... -Waldo---.. ... 114aamJu5)pm: : : .-........ -........
which are not noticeable at first but day by day steadily grow box M2.; Ocala Fla. Baldwin.' ...' 3lVpmLvRherJ'tion 7Wt&.i' .. .,. Hawthorne.. :lil2iTnH35jjn: ; ........ ........ -
--:---- -- il\"; .. ... ..... .......
into troublesome complications. Vine of Cardui used just be. :Mathews and Ross Williamson .------ ----- I i I Cila.. ... .1 j 14tm 1 IJRHBeJlevievr : ........ ........
fore the menstrual period will keep the female system in perfect > the Carters Pond 3 1 I 21 i .202(>T!>! I ........ ......- ..
condition and render it invulnerable to disease. The medicine is attended picnic'fi <.:.; -' S 'J 0 n:1: A"1h I- WUdwmxl; .. _>wpm .oI..ifWl: ........ ......- '
lC'rr.. ..J! YU,; ita"" n3av3'! onw.t.t ...... ..... 1210pm 10&>au155pm > : -' ;- :>:,. .- -----:-
a ; : : ..
lay. .. .. .. ..
: CifdWOO. ... .
A l. 2W )
taken at home. There is like it to 3Mr"the 1"11 <>m
quietly nothing help women ._ .. 45pm'1"OlpwLv
... ....... .. 12: ; ;;
yuj'yy .... ....... ........
enjoy good health.! Wine of f Cardui costs only $1. Test this The writer has recently returned '' ,ror7f 1/:# -#- II 1.:aa.... ..... ...... 1ISm',' 3ipm Ar.. Tavares IkeSbarg.. .., .' ; \! I Sunnntbi..c,.rn ........ ... ...

remedy which is indorsed by 1,000,000 cured women. from a ton days' visit to Bamborg.P.urnwp11 of (s r -{L.X; 7Idd'd/'d "" :Mor.irPUo"Madivn.. .............. ...,.. ..' ".. ,lpm <4 1\OfimLvTava.6!45pm ........ ,. 3r: ':pm':: :5i"jini424pm' : ; ......... ...:.,.....

and Orangeburg counies. S. -- Lire .()a3r.. ....... 53fam: 442pin' 835vmA.AplJka.. :. .. : .,Ogruj; >i!t Lanl.._..............
II J.ahe "tv .. ...... ;2riarn-' 5 "n"'IJ" m .,. ........
WlNEoFCARDUICairo.! I. 9Tm111m! WiutfrP'tkLv )..1'=: :__..rI,... .. .
C. While in the state he visited the !t y ... .. .t : > : : ;::::::
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ArB: 'duin.. 7: ltm 64Apmi ?(Lam Wildvrood"j l :23'prn: 2m
namberg cotton mills. It was a wonderful i Ar : .. 4am ........ .
City. 355pm:
Ky., Sept 6. 1899. L. ALEXANDERPractical rv-t<.. SfxpnsSS'Jpn ;I' :am 6 48pm, 315am .ou"
: .lrla'in'1 I Plant City..i I 4HJ.JI)! 52nmC.Xaia..................
I take pleasure in writing a few lines in praise of your won. I sight to a Florida "cracker" towatch A.a: ._:-a .'.".. :orb' pm A,3am 812am: !,: 725pm 5301U5pm" "' Tie. .. ... ..| 5J'arn' I ........ ....::.
: : .
derful medicine Yin of Cardui. It is the best medicine I '
ever the cotton! undergoing the various -.DRiiy i "t. r.f sun'ay.; '
heard of. I am thirty-six years old and have been sick all my life. of manufacture. The >o 14,Thto xr :KJ! Pullman Sleeping Car Tampa to New York, ,;Il.h..kllnriIJe! (Lining('ar." ) ,
I had dozen doctors.but none of them did me any good. I have Isc. l.;. TLniwh PiilinR; taken one bottle of Wine of Cardui and will take another with factory has 24S looms employs 150; CARPENTER AND BUll DER >'.I. 2, 'lh'fU/fh FulJTiMn 4J -'iuig Car Jacksonville 10 New f>remis.K. .
... 1.l lhr ,ugh Pnlln.iks Sleeping Car New: Orleans: to.i M.kf; /nviHp. '
Black.Draught. I have been married six years and have a baby per) ons and the average output is: X.,. 4, 'I rrufeh; Pullii-an Sl.. .-'ini' Car service Jacksouvilf! ' old. I had womb and Careful estimates made on all contract .,. Pullman Car -rrice St. Lx ui,to Ju'li/n\rilfe.! lake Ciiy.K. .
five years kidnay trouble. My monthly period J; i.Goti) yards of cloth daily. :-; :L Ti r'>agb sleeping > .
., fu. if .risa ion apply to :your nearest+ anent or write to Owjeral Pa.enger, OtSc:
and better
bad that sometimes it twice month. I too \vork. Guts more
was so came a was O. MAfbONELL, ft A.. SHIPMAy,
Another interesting visit was that I E. MA\\ELL.
sick to do work for a family of three. I was in bed when I got work: for the money than any other rr fi t'. i i" '' t re-'!an' (.:CD..Mr. O -n. Paafc Ajrft(..-?..Paftt.Agent.
the bottle of Wine of Cardui. Now I am up and can do most of to the Demark Flouring :Mills where .
my work. When I was sick I could not sleep! at night. I sleep an excellent quality of flour is made. man -- ---- -- -- --

well at night now. A friend of mine advised me to use Black- Farm conditions do not vary much town.'r
Draught with Wine of Cardui. Mrs. ETTA K1LLMAN,
1''from those in Florida. Crops are MOBILE & OHIO R.

In cases eyuii'toms requlringspecial, "The Ladies'direction Advisory ndilreJ.gtviiiK l>epartmenl -. l short because of excessive rain. The L. WALTER DUKES .# air

," The ('b XeJiciue Co., ,
Chattanooga,Teon.f ] )people are very hospitable and did all The Broadway Tailor a -
( that they could to make our visit a s; 1-1 C> Ft"11 f'J e:

I I pli-aant; one. J. K. IiIbon.I SUITS TO ORDERFrom
-- --- I I f1''.;'IJ Up To St. Louis, Chicago and the WesiThro.igli
\ DR. MOFFETT'Silsliop I t Aids Digestion
\ 'nf"tm\ -- $3 Pants a Specialty FJuffft Sleeper from Jacksonville to St. l.ouis'ia Plant System -
1 :I' ra r !S l{t$ ths Bowels, Dr. J. Newton Hathaway has .
;:" e- II b Strengthens the ChildJ.ltlltt perfected Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing Neatly bavf s Jacksonville at 8 p. m., connecting with the Mobile & Ohio's
-.g fn
< .1:. ) 1 L t.. I S 1J / MJ'RSS Teething Eay.I' an electric belt which he Is pre- Done West India Fiver the best equipped train in the South. For general infor.

-' B!$t ff&" (Teething PcwdzrsLMTECnn) .\A>H.-Piva the Bowel pared to furnish to all patients who oration, tickets, etc., apply to ticket agents of the Plant System.C. .
_- 1.5 A Troubles: of Children of need it, at a nominal charge. Write
i Cysts 2o Corner Broadway y 3nj Orange StreetsP. M. L. E. Spencer, T. F. & P. A.,
.:'Yh : -r- caly cents at Druggists! ANY: AGE. j jOrBdUi5cenUiv I to J. Newton Hathaway. D., 25 Bry- Shepherd a

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