The Ocala evening star

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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( 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).

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University of Florida
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R. D. FULLER Rheinauer leads in wash goods. The Surprise Store will move on orabout j+ Courtesy of Postmaster Groves) The Commercial Bank is doing a 1 -
August 1st into the store recently : I s
Wall paper and papering. R. A. j Jacksonville, July 21-Local rainsin better business at present than at any
II' vacated by Jacob Israel of the
DENTIST HalJ. south portion tonight and Sunday. time since it opened seven months
Ocala) News
Depot and until that
Fair in north. Moore. ago, and Manager Barco is more than
Office Over Munroe &. Chambliss Bank See the new shirt waist sets at Bur- I time, to save moving the goods, \ullj I satisfied with the progress made. Thisis !: FJ .

nett's. !offer goods in most lines: at cost. 1
There is a very encouraging report coming
i more catarrh in this see-
OCALA, FLA. Mrs. F. McMullen has returned from
II. fl. Dunn, of Citra was in town tiou of the country than all other diseases I I jas it does in mid-summer. j
Citra, where she was visiting her, und -
today. put together and until the last II I fri4a.
1. E. CHACE (. *
II J I. i few years was supposed to be incur It OFF TO LAKE WEIR
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Matting in the latest patterns at
DENTAL SURGEON The small pox pest house is empty iI j'i able. Fora great many years doctors I

Rheinau:r's. The last inmate was turned out yes- i'pronounced. : it a local disease and t j The following Ocala people went to

Office. Upstairs Commercial Bank Bldg! 'I'hoF.e new sash buckles? at Burnett'sare terday. The professional vaccinators!'prescribed:. local remedies, and by I I Lake Weir Thursday to spend several .. a .

Ocala, Fla. prettj. I have completed their work in Ocala. ('I constantly failing to cure with local t}, weeks camping out at that beautiful

The chaperone( George Smith, thinks ]treatm+-nt, pronounced it incurable. spot: Mr. and Mrs. Lapham and

TERMS CASH :Men's: and! Bon' Crash Suits at 'I they caught fully 9."> and two-thirds i iI I j'Science has proven catarrh to be n daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marks and

Rheinauer & Co.'s. (constitutional Miss Bernice Miss Jennie Bull
I I per cent of the population. disease, and therefore Mrs.

t i iI requires constitutional treatment. Converse, Sid Converse and Willie
i I I M. J. Clements, of Citrus county .. 3
I i men of goodjl Balls Catarrh Cure manufactured Wilson.
was in the city 1
I I character to deliver and collect for ;' ]by F. J. Cheney' & Co.. Toledo: Ohio, ACTS GENTLY ON THE :

Boys' Knee Pants, :r,0; cents per pair, old established wholesale and exporting i is the only constitutional cure on the A FOX HUNT

i fit Rheinauer & Co.'s. hoase. Bona fide salary of $900 a'''market.i It is taken internally in KIDNEYSILIVER

I year guaranteed with expt>nses.o'
Save money on patent medicines I b y j i perit-nee( required. References exchanged. l: :It acts dhectly on the blood and rau- pack of six fine hounds from South -
I buying of Garrett & fferig. i[ Enclose self addressed : I
A. [.. Glass, of High Springs, was at ;j stamped; envelope to Wholesalers; and I' i ii offer one hundred dollars! for any case to try them for the first time. The result UANSES THE 5YSTEM

J the Ocala House last night. a i Exporters, third floor. :i31 Dearborn it fails to cure. Send for circulars was two foxes, and Don is veryproud f ;

i i I j+ street. Chicago.s I t and testimonials; Address: of his dog EFFECTUALLY.

i A handsome line of Ladies' Dress s I I F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0I D'5' E
The S S
season is here for
iF' !I Goods just received. M. Fishel. negligee I Sold by druggists, 75c. BASEBALLJacksonville's 4 1 A G 5 f
1 I shirts and summer suits. Our stock' ; / A V R
IWi l t Hall's Family Pills are the best. p E E
1 j Mrs. S. M. Lummus returned home I never was so complete and prices sol I OVERCOMES .' }
I today from visit j inviting. Convenience } baseball club won
THERE IS NOTHINGIN a to Rrooksville.i and comfort I A.TiON
i I will turn your thoughts towards our'i I'II Miss Catherine Baker, an aged the first of a series of games with Per 0 5 T i

THE WORLD I William Tucker receives daily fresh I stock and if you 'will step in you can maiden lady of 75 years, was brought. nandina yesterday afternoon at the l 4 L

That will pull the thermometer: bream and trout at the city market.Ca1l ; be suited at Rheinaber's. into the hospital yesterday from the I former' city for $1,000. The next game 0 Gf PERMANENT lE

down so far as a glass of pure, spark Grahamville precinct for treatment, will be played in Fernandina Monday

linq, delirious soda. It and see our line of chiffoniers Messrs. Charles Matthews., and Will 1 In feeding the chickens, she struck The following Ocalans took in the :
hall racks solid oak. Mclvor &
wonderfully stimulates[ the brain, ;MacKay. Gary are again; in the hammock west her ankle against a coop, tore her Jacksonville game: Messrs. Sam Bird BV7 THE GENUINEMAM'FO BX

cools the Mood. Good at all seasons of Santos getting out timber for the flesh and gangrene set in. soy, Stephen Jewett Lovridge, Upton

of the year, hut especially! Rood just Extract of Malt gives strength; spoke and rim factory in Ocala. II | Agents"Political: Battle" by Me- Goodrich, Schoefiin; Burns Leaven: L'IFNIA' [16 SYRTP@, .

now. Helps digestion, too. It is not l Sold at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.! have a few more good milch cows( Kinley, Bryan and others.: Official : good.; They all enjoyed the game. S c Sc, &rZt04

often that you nriy: take medicine i in Ten cents a bottle. with young calves for sale cheap N. bpok giving candidates and all issues:; ------...- uu BV*u osue&sri net wt nt ecru .

such an agreeable form I Mayo, Ocala, Fla. Extraordinary terms. Outfits free BRAVE MEN FALL
I IUeWit.t'
T.V.. Troxler. i A handsome line of Laces, Embroideries National
Publishing Company. Lakeside
.. I Insertions and Ribbons just received ; Little Early Risers are famous Victims to stomach, liver and kidney-
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Bldg. Chicago [ll.
CUCUMBER SEED at M. Fishel's.' little pills for liver and bowel troubles as well as women, and all feel Piano Inner"

troubles. Never gt ipP. AntiMonopoly : Gents' furnishing goods in endless the results in loss of appetite, poisonsn .

I:lhO< pounds standard varieties, '99 Mr. Neweomb Barco was in town Drugstore. Ocala. Fla. variety, at Rheinauer's. the blood, backache, nervousness, # ;..

crop, thoroughly tested for purity and yesterday and reported too much rain I leadache, and tired, listless, run-down Pianos and Organs tuned, .related t

germination guaranteed. To clear up in the Cotton Plant section. -- feeling. But there's no need to feel[ : and repaired in a first class.manner,

this stock for fall planting will sell 1 i like that. Listen to J. W. Gardner, and all work guaranteed' .
at :85! cents per pound, postpaid. By Sealed Florida Syrup in quart hot- : ,Special .
[daville, Ind. He says: "Electric Bit
freight or express 25 cents per cloud," ties and gallon cans, at 40 cents per BEAUTIFUL AND FRESH GOODS ers are just the thing for a man when ; rates by the year. Also .make' ",. .p.:,specialty

Fifty pounds and over at '!0() cents per gallon, at ,V. C. Jeffords.' I I II he is all run down, and! don't care of repairing fine violins and. gui' .x .. 'f

pound. Cash with order. Nunnally's candies, always fresh whether he lives or dies. It did more tars. W. S., Hike, :

J. It. Sutton. and only CO cents per pound, at Gar At Great Reductions to give me new strength and good appetite P. OvBox Cal,..Ocala,,Fla: ., '1., "'-

2S & SO Exposition St. Seedsman. rett & Gerig's Drugstore. I than anything I could take. I ..: "' "T ; .
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can now eat anything and have a new
Rev. T. J. Nixon will leave Monday O r ALA HOUSE BARBER S'UD.P' ,
SOUTHERN RAILWAY RATES lease on life. Only 50 cents at Gar r
for 1.\ Midsummer Clearance' Sale; al i[. B. .Masters .
Cherry Lake to take a two weeks' Pn1mllDe11ll'tnlftnt l' I lett & Gerig's Drugstore, Ocala
Solicits patronage and
your -
E\-1 I ..guarantees ,
Summer Excursions at Small Prices? vacation and visit< his family. I cry bottle guaranteed. Sold by '
Store, I the best work. Clean and'attrae.

Summer tickets are now on sale via New California Perfumes just received. druggists.
In Wliich Priees. ;arc Cut' to I the Core.) live shop; skillful. workmen. ..
Southern Railway at very low rates I to l. Palo Alto Pink, just the rage 6
Hammocks, mosquito netting lace Geo. F. Williams, Proprietor.
the principal resorts in the UnitedStates ; at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore
curtains, window shades, at Rheinauer's.
tickets limited for round trip A great removal and shoven 'em out sale which means a moneysaving ..
Summer neckwear in endless profu
]passage until October 31, ll'OO. to every one who participates.. .We have in stock many new and
sion. Can suit the most fastidious .E
The Southern Railway has just i issued choice Summer Dress Ladies' Thin Summer'Undenets! ,
Goods colored and white
men and women at Rheinauer's.P. which we must Closeout
a handsome and interesting pamphlet from 5 cents to 05 cents each. 1[.
before our new Fall stock is bought. We have this week gone through ,-
describing the beauties of P. P. P.. Pleasant Purgative Pellets Fishes

"Land of the Sky," the most famous contain no calomel. Nothing better. the entire stock and remarked every piece of Dress Goods almost regardless

and popular summer resort region i in Price 15 cents. Tydings & Co. I of cost. The prices are so low that all who see these goods will!l Our line of purges is complete, and ; o : Y
we invite your inspection at an early
this ('01mb'). The Southern Railway's buy. We will not enumerate the hundreds of bargains, but ask our friendsand

1000) Summer Homes folder has also Mrs. Alex 1. Weiss left for Tarpon patrons to, call and see for themselves. date. Garrett & Gerig. 60tot4! [
Springs today to meet her husband. .
just been published.
Queen Anne Hair Tonic is the best

Pull information as to routes, rates, She will return in a few days. H.B.MASTA .r : preparation for cleaning the scalp and -s '

etc, and also a copy} of either of these Lime Juice and Pepsin, the new promoting the growth of the hair. .

publications may be obtained by ad drink, at Garrett & Gerig's fountain. _. -, -- -- -- --- .. ._. _____u___ _.__ __-_-_--___ __... Now is the time for dandruff. This 4 si

dressing. T. Cosby, Traveling Passenger It is palatable, anti aids digestion. large number of Ocala people The Howell and Martin[ saw mill itt tonic will keep the scalp clean and
Agent 212 W. Hay St., Jacksonville & Co.
went to Jacksonville :yesterday and today Early Bird is a big plant and is ge l Y ti
Florida. Resale Yon;e says his bicycle business s
on the cheap} rates offered: by the tins in gape to cut an immense quantity Baby Talcum Powder, borated and 1?
is and he has
-------- ; humming just all
Seaboard Air I.ino and Plant System, of timber. .
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA the work his !shop can turn out. perfumed, 10 cents a box at the AntiMonopoly LIPFMAN BBOS.. Prcprie'ori,

Drugstore. Druggists, LIppman'a Black. SAVANNAH. GJL
---- Headquarters for men's Banister It has been demonstrated L> experience The blood is strained and purified '

Athens, Ga. that consumption can be i.rctented 'by the kidneys. No hope of health Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala; Fla.
shoes-for style, durability and price The best meal in the city for the
One hundredth session begins Sop, by thr- ('..rly use of One MinA while the kidneys are wrong. Fo
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they have no equal-at Rheinauer's. money may be had at the Ladies' and --
temper 19. 1000.! Rooms in dorrai ute Cough Cure. This is the favorite 'ley's Kidney Cure will make healthy
Gents' Restaurant, next to McIver &
lory free. Excellent hoard in Students' : The little store between Delouest : remedy for coughs, colds, croup, asth- kidneys and pure blood, "Anti- tonop' MacKay.

Hall at $8 per month. Tuitionof and P Jser's, recently used as a barber : ma, grippe and all throat and lung ol 'Drti tore, Ocala, Fla.Terkeeween ,

non residents] : $50 per annum. For shop is being fitted up for a tenant troubles. Cures quickly. AntiMonopoly Miss Julia Whitfield, granddaughterof a 'd
Oil Liniment, the best
further infgrmation write Walter R. Drug Store. Ocala. Fla. Mrs. Palmer, of the Montezuma,
liniment on earth, sold and guaranteed
Hill, chancellor. Athens, Ga. after a pleasant visit of a week at
We have everything in the house by Tydings & Co. Cure
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furnishing line. Our goods
are new,
After many intricate experiments, fashionable and well selected. Mclver who competed} in the recent Iontit.plo'l Paintin and kal njining./ U. A. Port Jn lis, is here again.

scientists have discovered methods tion for a Peabody Institute scholarship I Hall. Digests what you eat. -
for obtaining all the natural :MacKay. and it. is D. M. Boney, at the Hole In the Wall
digest won a niece of Mrs. It artificially digests the food and aids
ants. These have been combined I in Dr. E.'an Hood, who came from Palmer of the Montezuma. I I I Just opened a nice line of bed lounges Las a big trade on his famous 3 cent Nature in btrengthenlng and reconstructing

the proportion found }in the human Blitchtou last evening, said Dr. Butch I" single lounges and couches cigar, "Dixie Girl." the exhausted digestive or

body and united with substances that was virtually out of the physicians' Fresh fish, both mullet and bottom I I Mclver & MacKay's. Ran It is the latest discovered digest-
and No other
to The choicest day board can be bad ant preparationcan
build up the digestive organs making} hands. fish, received every day, kept on ice I it In efficiency: It instantly
Ice shuts) and
refrigerators, any for the least money at the Ladles' and
a compound called! Kodol Dyspepsia and delivered anywhere in the city by relieves and permanently cures
I style size; or price at Mclver & Mac- Gents' Restaurant. next to Mclver &
('u}".'. It digests what you eat and A full supply of Ladies' Belts just Wi liam Tucker. I Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Kay's. MacKay's.The Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea
allows all received. Also Pulley Bolt Buckles ,
dyspeptics to eat I
plenty I o] II
I and
nourishing food( while the stomach. and Collarette Buckles in different de- Soda water and tresh Jersey: milk !Ii i Rheinauer is headquarters for shoes prettiest line of picture mould all Sick otherresultsof HeadacheGastralgiaCramp9 Imperfect digestion.

troubles ; signs. AI. Fishel. and c'eam'el'Y day, at the Hole in i in all new styles for men, women and.
are being radically cured by the "Pall.I I I I Ii jugs! in gilt white and gilt bronze and Price 50c.and f 1. Large size contains 2K! times
smallsJze.Book aabuutdYsPe1K1amailedfree
the medicinal i children.
agents it contains.
Don't buy jour patent medicines -- oak, and a hundred different styles Prepared by E.C. DeWlT7* CO Chicago
is pleasant to take and will give quickrelief. fore first! calling on Garrett & be-I I and finishes at Mclver & Mackay's.A Ocala
Anti-Monopoly E Fifty cents will stop your having. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Fla.
Drug) Store.Ocala. .
Fla. They are the people who are selling ) 'j chill; and fever. You ask, how? Be- 7
gentleman recently cured of dys-
"patents" at cost.
:|: cause it will buy one bottle of Garrett's -
pepsia gave the following appropriate Foley's Honey and Tar
: Chill Tonic. Garrett & Gerlg'sDrugstore. } |
Re.J.. W. Williams writes from c&a:: : rendering of Burns' famous blessing: tor children.afcsure. No opiates .
: ,
Hemleifcormlle. X. C.. that )11":". Williams .. ;. Some have meat and cannot eat, and

.. i4'n iR i-; } : is not improving in health but i t 111 qI,1r. ". : .i i t Go to the Montezuma Barbershop some; have none that want it; but we A THROUGH SLEEPERVia i

,i; .' is suffering with malarial f\er. I ,\. ;; for first clan work. P. C. Davis, pro- have meat and we can eat-Kodol z

1 : .r.- I| prietor.Do Dysnepsia[ Cure be thanked." This
One Minute} Cough Cure is the only
i the F. C. & P. From Tampa to New
preparation win digest what you eat.
harmless remedy that produces im York
not fail
+ I I to see the California It instantly relieves and radically

mediate results. Try it. AntiMonopoly I |! Pink end Carnations at the AntiMoj cures indigestion and all stomach Beginning June 2 a through sleeper

f Drug Store Ocala Fla. I i j iI I nopoly' Drugstore. disorders. Anti Ionofloly Drug Store will operated from Tampa to New .

i S? We do I York via F. C. & P. and Seaboard Afr
not sell Ocala Fla.
: goods at (cost but i i A full assortment of blue serge suits, .
we do sell i s Line to Richmond and double daily
goods as cheap or cheaper) C.GyR'Ic.rtfr, 4 coats and and
3 Ii vests, single coats, at !I
Call at Rheinauer's and inspect
trains Jacksonville
than through to New
those who advertise that theyell 'I :
Rheinauer's. ,
} A REAL TREAT j variety of negligee shirts at popular York via same route. Trains 10 and
: at cost. Try us and save money. I .
(?rl bezrr I Tydings & Co. i is assured those who (pun-ha1 our 'I i j Robert Flournoy. Brickyard. Ala., prices. 14 making connection, No. 14 carrying .

ICE CREAM I I wrote: I consider no remedy equal Fresh mullet and bottom fish everyday through sleeper. .
THE BEST SERVICE J. R. G. Hamilton and little The most subtle skill has transformed to Dr. Moffett's Teethina (TeethingPowders on ice at William Tucker stall,
son, who have been visiting MrsHamilton's I for the irritations Trunks and satchels will be
) of Teeth a necessary
And the finest food in the city is to bfl I i ingredients of the greatest purity I No. 8, city market.
daughter Mrs. Vereen, for I i
into ins and the bowel troubles! of our part of your summer outing.
of the
cream most exquisite !
had at the
.. ( the: past two months returned home : fla\or. Our delicious Confections : Southern country Claret ice at Garrett & GerigV fountain You will find them to your liking at
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RAILROAD RESTAURANT to .1lclDD.illt. today. I is cooling, these hot days; in fact Rheinauer's.
i not excelled by any made in the city
Every seasonable dainty is on the I I Orangeade at the AntiMonopolyDriisrora the ices that they are putting across
ANY advertised and few made elsewhere.We .
j dealer is author- by very Made from ripe Floridaoranees. Hustling young men can make' f 60 : ,
bill of fare. The Roasts, Steaks, Chopsand I the counter hit the thirsty spots. Remember < '
: iZl'd to ;guarantee Banner Salve for still make: cream in any quantityPeach per month and expenses. Permanent _
otherdishe s are of fine flavor and I I the place.Foley's -sPROFESSIONAL
I tetter eczema, piles sprains cuts,, desired. position.; Experience unncessary.Write

patisfying substance. Nowhere else I scalds burns ulcers and} any open j i creamery day hN..after.1 j CA9TORI.A.: I' quick for particulars. Clark
dine well for Kind You Has AlW3'S oogP.tSilrl.1t
so }
can Bean
or OLD SORE. -I from luscious fresh: peaches. i iI 'I' Cure .
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore j tLhB Kidney & Co., 4th and Locust .tr.,2'-: : .

Fifty Cents Ocala, Fla. I j I DAME, THE CREAM MAN "f ,. }!.!zk I makes kidoers rand 1 bb&er+ ifht. i i delphia, Pa. .-..;'" :_-'. "._....:.-'''

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--- .- --!:. ', "'" :.. : Rev. J. H. Hollingshead preacheda

.. ,!!, very interesting sermon last Sunday

i ,t- R-: 'r}. : ,. I I. morning, although his congregationwas Leading Central and South Florida .Fi/rriftura Dealers

""1 m ; -M/ tI t\\ : Evangelist few in numherb James H. Parker l left forth

: m !!I r I1 ; ; noth Sunday and expects 'to return Our 'Store Rooms ,and Warehouses Enough to :,Convince ctihe.

f t 1' I a. :1 again in the fall.J. .
.-- i' ;For Infants and Children. People that 'we Carry the Largest :Stock of Furniture
i VanDerven met with a serious

i.i 'c J accident recently at his home on Long in this SeGtion. ,Our Prices are to Suit A31 "We buy :a ;grLea t__

The Kind You Have Island, .N. Y. As he was fastening an
1 .r 7 in ..Carload Lois. and this method '
anchor to a row boat he fell: striking many goods : lnr .sa 'f .

fi in such a as to hreak several rlhs.
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Always IL1 our patrons a large amount'0ur; :assortment of goods ;are \too
.:"'.' A .i Hj; He has the sympathy of his many < :

r.gefablePreparalionrorA5.' ,;. ,I J I friends here who hope to soon hear of numerous too mention. Just rail and let us :show you.

UieFoodandKeguiaUng 1 his recovery ilrs. VanDerven did. _

He SlDmIttIsill1loo-clsof! Bears the L I not take the trip to Paris as was her It will :be' .a pleasure to .,wait on you whether :3011 buyor not In -

intention and fortunately is at home

.. ;1 'i I f (y f,11 l I I i I 110 administer* to the wants of her hus- 'addition to furniture, we lave the :noted Standard (

Promotes Dig tiotl.Ctleerfu1- : &gnature' )( If 'band! ilrs. W. C. :Martin has returned from Sewing Machine, which leads all :others. '(Call and inspect iI1herna

,uess ueillerOpium3Iorpltme Of p |! her two weeks' stay in Ocala and is

1 .. ,iior3IiiuraLJKOT I j jlAa j. \ t'iI [i slowly I improving i in health, although
11dlCUT1C.. ; Harness Etc

.. .. ... 3a lJP} i I f still Miss very Bertha feeble.Strunk arrived at home Wagons, Buggies, ,

Oldlb'Sfita11LP11ClL"Rk :I I :Monday and is just as sweet and vivacious We have the only up-to-date stock of \Wagons' Buggies and -Supplies for ,same, Harness,

k .HeAa. SJ- ;jI.iJJc.JtItIIIIfI,4 I .,I as ever. Saddles, Kobes. Etc. in town. Builders' ;Material of all :.kinds. Wall ;Paper>> Paints
An uncle of Harry Puller from New
.Lrd.rle, s.m- I Ii I find Oils. ,Complete Undertakers'and JEmbalmers1 Department .entirely separateWrite
.J .S d'" .F I n York who is suffering from rheuma-
,JiNn".t i iI '
y ,fJ,(YIfWJe- i. I I tiara, has come to visit his nephew and or call on
,_..SLImI -
( .tl I |i to test the virtues of our health-giving

.Jt 'Mmr: s i i piney woods, and we are sure They
*; i Mclver and
Aperfeci Remedy.forConsttpaIion,5uurStoiBachDiarrtnca- | V u I I will be both enjoyable and beneficial MacKay
: ; ) to him.

!"Worms.Convulsions.Feverish- \V> are sorry to report that "Grand-,
i ness w Loss OF,SLEEP. ll F or; uverThirty j i ma" Saunders and Airs. Hamilton are .OCALA FLORIDA:

I' both worse at this writing. '
facSimile ,Signature of i .
I Amy Marsh was united in marriage

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to William Simmons the -
I evening of
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XEYORlC 1: I i \i |tthe llth at the borne of her parents, I
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Mr. and Mrs. George JIarsh. Althoughthe RICH BLOOD.

t I II rain fell in torrents, the house was At: our little town has not been

'T.Ar D filled to overflowing with their colored heard from in some time, and as we -t Jhis woman is a picture ofj,>ejr-

i .' 1m. friends and relatives, who brought wish to have Borne reminder among: feet :health. Iller existence iis.not

.or WRAPPER J. j U fl ii : a i I many pretty and useful presents for our friends that we are still alive and made miserable by Shattered

ocL E 1 the newly wedded pair. The bride on the up grade, we do not know any -. JNer\es,"Wasting Irregularities,

'TME CIflAt" COMi.NY NEW YCMS Gf Y. i i : Dyspepsia, the Jlluea, sac sayoi
. was dressed: in white mull, with a long better way than to advertise ourselves ;
.:-': ::t '_ -: ::: -_ i I white veil, white gloves and slippers, through the Star, the I test paper in +?P the -manifold derangements
.caused'by weaker jmpure blood.Sb.eJs.full .
and carried a bouquet of pink and the county. ( ,,1
.. ... f fI N ofJUfe .and,ambition.
white There 4 '
-- ,I roses. were four brides- We have been having candidates In
I .4 ;Ij he handsome.
.t 8heJs.happj.
; maids in attendance, who were also the 'galore. all jolly and good natured ;
[Rich bloci
dressed: in white. The pastor from and each feeling that he is the right
I veins.maiutains'JUer.maguificentwomanhood
:jMt. Olive church tied the knot. .Kefieshmentb man in the rightplace.
74' t I t warding off thedni -
I WOMEN: ., ; in abundance consistingof : Mr. Flanders. Mrs. J. H. Fox, Miss \
,1 numerable diseases
; to -which
LELrlBVED ice cream and cake were served,,! Georgia Haughton and Mr. and Mrs> I, l '
wet>.xerwotuan would be susceptible.
--- and the wedding in all its details was' Fort made a trip to Ocala on Tuesday .

{ a credit to our colored .
population. -
Reports received show that Wine of Cardui r
P -- ------ -- Mr.{ 1\ i i .1 isa.AllceBaating:
Como ,
his brought permanent i relief 'to 'I.UOO.OOO suf. : an we are sorry to &a> ,

lering 'women in the:kit few 'years. because of I| MILLIONS GIVEN AWAY is in a very weak condition He has 1 _& Savannah, 'Ga., says

altos of (Crdw..thouwKIs of safierers.ieemingly on _. all
lately sold his property to Mr. John G > may. ,
1 the 'way to premature gave, are now healthy : (,f.+r ,l it of ,
: : a cter-
women 'taking .n active interest in the duties of It is certainly gratifying to the pub- Paris, of Mount Aye Iowa. The sale :

life. Mrs. Mitthtll'wu declining in health when lit to know of one concern in the land was made by J. H Fus .L1 N f ,scrofula,

Wine of Cardul "performed a miraculous cure" inhcraK. who are not afraid to be generous to The orange groves here are looking; t and :no relief tctmld'be

.'$he suffered with the of r ,obtained,until .
terribly agonies the needy and suffering. The proprietor very fiue. Some of the trees will ? 'JR.X,,
C filling of the womb 'Icucorrhcu end profuse men :ippman'8.Great:2Lem-
of Dr. King's New for considerable fruit.
Discovery yield
If struation. The weekly 'appearance of the menses
** for,two months upped her vitality until she was Consumption, Coughs and Colds have Ocala J people are .passing through a1 r :edy,: vaeiriedj :.thejre-

little btttcr than a physical wreck tier nervous gtven away over ten million trial bottles very week l to spend :a :few days bv i i II vault 'was ,a omplett
under the terrible and '..cure.r .
system gave way ,pain a,gra..vttioG.
of this great medicine, and have beautiful Lake Weir. There i is no
'. :Then came the trial! of Wine of Cardui and f
the curt. :Wrj.Mitchtll'i experience ought to corn- satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely lovelier spot in Florida than this lake 1|r (LIPPMAN'S GREAT ,REMEDY) :is.theldea1med-

,mead Wine of Cardui to suffering women b words cured thousands of hopelesscases. I with lib laughing sparkling water:; i'! P P P ,cine JOT women. Jte:use .insures :health:and \ithe substantial

,of burning eloquence. The Wine is within the reach Asthma, Bronchitis:: Hoarseness and when its cooling breezes kiss:: : the :\; I t I attractivenesswhich :health alone .can
of all. 'Woman who try! it are relieved. You can !get I'I I. stow. :P.PYdRthe.teat1JloodPufffi: : : itomedical :
and all diseases of the Throat brow one feels calm and rusted frornUfe'b
as much benefit as !Mrs.Mitchtll received. Ask your !,t science, curing all Scrofulous.Affections, 'Dya la.1theuma.
,tlrujjist for Wne of Cardui. Scad to the laboratory Chest and Lungs are surely cured by'it I trying I scenes.:; ]S i tism-Catarrh, :Neuralgia.Malaria and:Nervous.Derangements. ..

: for the medicine If he tenders you a substitute Call on Garrett & Gerig, Ocala, Mr. Edgar Fox, formerly of Candler. P. J. P. sold by all druggists. .$i a 'bottle;; six ;bottles, .$5.

and get a 1O-eunt trial bottle. .Reguiai but now a member of the 2t>th regiment i- LIPPM&N BROTHERS, t'51j.1 BCTwa. Savannah.. "Ga.

WINE0rC&RDUI size, 50 cents and $1. .Every: bottle band in Manila, in a late letter Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, ,Fla.

South Oaston.N.C.bjJ.l89'J. guaranteed or price refunded to his parents reports an earthquakeat .
\WinftOf Cardal Titedford'fl Blacf;.raugat bold: by all druggists. that place lie says theirs is the 1I 1-
bare performed a miraculous cure in Buy c-jntv. I I
,Have been a great euUcrer from falling of too womb best baud on the island. He sends 1I FJorida Central &
,&btUt>ucurrbuuaud iny mea. s come every M *jt j I
for two uiontlw&nd bcwanie very IIul1ful. I was in ANTHONY many thanks! for a copy of the Star. --
A bd cuuditioa. Jiy husband: induced xae to try Rev. Hugh Morris preached a moat I
Wiae o!tJardu11111(1 1)raupht and now limelAminp
DO pain, "I'll"It>11curr1l.0Ia.hag; dllupptUrrti Bud now excellent sermon on Sunday morning Peninsular R. R.
rI tiiealUiprunr hire. WILLIE JllTCU :LL.J''f 1 Mrs. C. L. Howell, with her little I

..hiM in e.Mei J1Iql1lrtrn,t preil dtrt't'tIt'n.'I nddreal sun> left Tuesday for a few weeks at His theme. was. "Evidence of Christi- TimeTabl ElFoative Jnubtl..1900..
srUl.11I.uU o 'he" La.Lca' .un'kr) l>rWUtwear:) anit ." He held his audience spellbound
"ll1d, CLaaauvirt: ldauiw \.6W / +Llsttauwg.3'I um. her old home on Long Island. i ;
Jlr. George Barker had a serious for nearly an hour with his R;; ;;. ..Z I 11 I I I'J I : ;j f:=:E

I accident Saturday afternoon. While. clear and convincing: truths. Mr. Morris Li'&:;& ...: 81'trem' .1..j.: W :kiiir.le: .: l' 3J' ; .,tom,
certainly hat a bright future I .. I'wf'it.y. tstj41J) 81apm.........j.: ....... '1rrae ; :Ma' ltli mnw! aM";.".....
._ I ,! trying to catch his young horse, he I' IJedr City 93tm1WyIpu'! ,.. ......:. ....... AI'.baJd.J! 9tr w, ,4urrm. N ,afo i" ""-..
I!: way thrown to the ground. dragged a __h____ _._ Ar Wid",' .tb,5i6nuA3.: ,._.:-I: : t Fsa win_ ., +uak.I
DR. HOEFHTS! Alap! frrit3f. AMsDigsslioo : ; Wmier'i ': ,-jam- ... ...J ....... Arfetlicnty ..... .. t1.tL..ultj.4f=
i i I! distance: and fractured his left leg. H1it THE LIST tF) WOUNDEDwho .. Oriuia : ax5amf! d aJpml..j.: ;!:..... .LLko.iCtty ...... ......... 11l..J.
cJ1 t- 1 f Rfil2t s the Bowcb, .i Apupka..j.; 8t1Am11 IIJ11j .......j. ...,... 'Ll O k ...:.. ... .. ......,UtAt'1'ayar
I Ti the Child I > improving. have been healed by Banner .... IItlV1J1j..j.; ....... 'f '))1adaJ .;. ......... ........ .ll-.4iJ 1 ; 34.iriA
l. .,.,. E ETH I 3 Strengthens A series of services are being held w'faY3nt.'i \494txua .94upm. ....... ........ .1 'Hoatk*ilo .: ....."... ...._..I ip3dyfyl4taA1
\ ., : \rJ.1. \ 1JAc.. TccUuqg Easy. I Salve, is very large. It heals all f' LreaburgiO.1! 1lIWvm .......i........ ":'f&lluu .. .!......... ....... JhiWtIA UltL3lrWthiwuud
I I this; week by Re.v. Coleman of Ocala. .14i alnIUb4'm, .......; ..... 4j173De J. ..I.; .....'" ...... .L4aflre 1' P1n'IVWiJdW
vf ':BXf .-L (Teething Powders) t 1 :1.Tf1Yr1Etl..vrsffal3uwd! wounds or' sores and leaves no bear: .1hVet'-iA1. .5Beneview..l1
,5a Ldf ; .... ... i iI'
will ; : :::: : :: :
they continue Sunday. Mr. :
'r.1; : '16 Ep 1 ruubit..of Chiidrtiv over Take no substitute. :Anti-Monopoly %tI.w1 1 &.1I11. ...... ....... I I r
.,.. $.:S ,' .CoJts onl)' 25 cents! tegists, AM AGE. Coleman ib the guest of Mr. Keeuey Sala ...1l l&mlI\ Alw1.. .......j..i......... -1Jiwt,3'i........ ;.......
: !. Drugstore.! Ocala. FJa. 1. ritverAp'ng. ., ....... ........ Ar ti.rke..ttud. stU;lU7yrA.H,
;:'- r Urs.ail..rrat i/C.a. ffiOFFETT M. G., S h LOUIS MO. an old friend.A Hawtlwrae.l12 7pmI .JaU1j.. .......,........ Yia. J&o ......1t1rlntb,41pu3.! ...- ...;.--
Ar WAlth ...' : ...... ....... 'I I ,I
land deal consumated 1.'PDlI.o I.
.1. large was CHEAP FOR CASH I. & hrw...., S --- -- -- I this week by C. W. White purchasing : kH.tuv'1tI Sb&pm' ".......
-I-r-i I
J loon acres of land from Miss Jessie, '--I i j jI
JOHN 8. STETS UN VERSiTY i Small house and third of an acre ; 'W I.I I I
b Owens for $12.0t) ). This a fine piece t
I 1.---t-
of laud near city. Apply at this office: -- r-J-- I
''or phosphate and lime land. Lv" Arelfrr..l1Utlrani Gwsr .IY. 7 )4am! :11Lp.D1. ...... L9Wa'UD ,..,!1l&Wil! JIioJ4, ...,....1.._....""
.Joseph Bumby was in town on cen- .. G ....1J)Wam1..i ynhi1:5p>ul.!........ Arai. : i n le .IU ll1w; Gs.: a...}.,....nAr
DeLand Florida. There are no better pills made thanDr1Vitt's !:_Waid,, 111Yvpn1'tiOivmi' 1'lcpw 1 ... .. Arcver ...._. yuun! &...,..,?...
sua business. Our colored enuraera .. .... ...... te.jarK. .: Q_ .._.._.
Hirers. Always Lv Waldo ..:j ITpm 3 ttrm ,1. ::::::' :;::::. :
tor to have disappeared. with Little Early 1 H Lyrke, ... .. ..... ., .. ... W--WA1.llo ....Ul.ciIw1i: >ff5vpm... ._T'u. .
seems ... :. ... ...
NEXT SESSION OPENS TUESDAY, OCT. 2 I prompt and certain. Auti-Monopoly .ArE4ld u... .. 8tvgmiSOlrum. Aruiwurrne.. : { .
-,- --- 4 ., .......
his labors half finished. Some have .. r'liT r JI p'n. 11t1iJltnu1u&vlnl..I..
I Drug Store, Ocala. Fla. ; '. II yatls .... : .......
Sll'tEll' ,Of' I.1HUHAL AllTS--Cunjprehyiisivc. high grade courses, :many nut seen him at all. .. : 3 .1 ; : v .1eljfJ.vW'; ( : .. ....... ......-
-------- :.. ..- -I '' wlidw.ud t2'm:!' ........[.....-
'J .electives. Jlillon Junes: while riding hor&: : I CvBiTerJ'Uou. ....i? -:'''' ........
C..a.STOn.AB1I1a Ou ilea .. .... .I ... ..' .'4.&pmttJ. lpm LIT '14 Iww4.11tu1; ; 1I {
,'.. :1Ut.31,1-tPreparins for any college}] or providing a good general educa back a few nights ago. accompaniedby the; 1 lhe Kind YUJ: i h3 IJwm Bunt:: I ,.. uaLt.t4..I: .... .... ..llas tiS' dr.LeMraburg.'Tevartfe .-. slags: Sllnm II m 3 I"...'...'.'.'..' .".H...-...'.
E. L. Unwell, I e }l tlU ...... .:. ... .. .. 21:aCm .,& pm JD1 ;
encountered something a6Vm b46Ptlf......... ........
tion.r'1Iit.iAL.4YNI:1'Rfcr1CE d tS .0 . ,'Iy.1'&Yare.i'
t Siass6nd I Dia d3eui ..*. .3 4yym dy ........ .... .
in the road. Upon examinationit of -'J..,/ 1. 1A. Uafc...! ..... .' 5tfAm' .u2pm! iI 9.j"1'_,. ,.ul1m M.I lrtgs3.....;. ....... ....-.
it and I .'fIll
: SGlIOQIr Trainins: theoretical praoUOhUKUB I' Lakelt\y: f....... .' ': lQ "ml .. -.
.. ....._
seas found to be a sic-foot alligator. .I. .. mPDPpaI! l w3ntrrtrr. JZeN,1. ...:.:.. .
lieO-ony j ; .
'I. -
:U4a1.1ltIfi1SS The I. .Arli.kiwtn... "ivsam 6"pmJ: 2LtjS2fW SL1dW aod.. tsepm _;.,.a... ...... .......
gator was soon dispatched. -- I .. J ,tZiNA.. ..... .......
Tlioroirshly ''practical.: Aetiral business methods. The" excitement this week was the L. ALEXANDER I, 'u bake tA.::, '. 81eps'fpdDi& ;j vmnm1rJ.sdbl.U1.;, ; "", 1tI1fJ1 :i J .......:.t.......
Artt"e '.ifhpW Is1 am i-16"JD b"-mI.:1' .. .. ; UitLYi$3;;. ,. ..
,, '
&: ) -
'rftsQGlrt1F ART-Correct acartewic.metliotls.. Well lishted, well equipMtlitUSIC capture of a negro supposed UI beEn Practical .::...T au2..:...: : tlt : mI .9UOom) "' % ""
.fl>! t'1(+f Jrt hfi lafdo
HUltjo.itJIUUls Ducket the Palatka murderer of H.'l'IlI11'Jlll htllfnan EleGint Gar Tamps. taiew t"rk. riaJ3fpkMrr riUP tl> lfar,}

nt' -Yoke,:Pipe O an.ltiauo. Violin and Harmony. Four Julian H Smith. He was held in th,- CARPENTER AND BUILDER :doY.ThraluyuPanrnan5l.arulgter.;u L Tiernu irlwtltmarJipirCsr2ii; ;J i4. .7iorkbs"tawN yWeio..ticfnlearaiFhroorh .narse>w+nvtla+(TsiiiYt.&C')

iliett .(JOS..1H'Ulf : guard hoiue and was accompanied to u l-'uJ1IU+Ill i t< :,1). 4 'rhr-aW PullIDAn ling Crt ureicJ.ekwmrfUotobr. lrmi4. na L&ace c.y.t
American intfeouanod Hawthorne lij Marshal Baskin and B. Careful estimates made on all contract .:;". Tarr'tgn: PuJIJWIll N VeW ar par.Nrrine bt- L ui.'uuJ.JwiunTUk-lAJ f\y.
: Y pf ':r-twetity c:prts from leading andforeign I fJti .
writeA. tr't l'.enf'.r
tat or nrrar
and better Fw f lU iI1.trma\ <.1Aa.p1Y ytlW' Jt"IitnMt
work. Give 1
.tttloas.k R Raytor having been found by tht ; more .1 D.1::: JIAAWEU O JUcDONELL. i' .&. tilLIPld elf.Vie. .
i latter. They were wet hv the sheriffof wort for the money than any other _. rd -. 'tbD!( .-J.rr. t.Paaa.A eiit. .,t.4't8r>ikfs.Jsaatl: _,.
i it31 r... "-If'$ voliiow recently selected and purchase .
Putnam county and the negro was man in town. .-. ..- -- =
a3lljri,1jtY JiUU.( fU! 'for p'lfig! W fB. Systematic physical training for young discharged for lack of identification. j

.\-"ifJUaWl. I The original IP still at large with a reward -
.. JWrI1Mllfttll., Cltif't u, cnwtcity.onc-thousind. Great pipe organ.WiSUfUVUJtiJJU of Sb'Ou upon his head. L, WALTER DUKES f ,, ,

;d'bi 'i(J: IP sill Woriito. .Ilish ground. No malaria. I v

r1'PJlI: i.!11H't'JN''xi' !1l\I\t1'h't'OhtiLB-*(1tt D1ical. 1'iursical, IHolosical i and I The Broadway Tailor -
.JlafJtr 111. i j i DO YOU NEED />.N ELECTRIC BELT I I I si 10,FIT ijrsi.E; ;

...Iijjt;(j)1 ,OF N.\'fUH4\L, HltfTUBV-Comprehensive. extensive.o well ar- I SUITS TO ORDER i 1 1j
Dr. J. Newton Hathaway has perfected j iI -
rauwj.sII11'jitfitiUIuiii. an electric wit which he is prepared Froze IL'.> Up I t To :SL Lonis, Chicagll'and the Wesigli

b tinCi2WMWO.) Jlteam heat, electric light artesian '
to furnish to all patients who
wbt tJr. $3 Pants a Specialty I 'rhrOtl iinT! *t -Sleeper from Jacksonville to St. Louis via ;J'Jant Jiyc'
need: it at a nominal] charge Writeto

; RIJt.'t; ;1J IIUWl'nll for HJitng men. nod young "'nm n. Baths on Newton Hathaway, J!. B.2 Bryan Cleaning Dyeing and Repairing Neatly ; tern it-.iv. JacKfconvilie'at 8 p. .m., connecting with the Jloulle .k Ohittl3sI

c .# ,ear.C street. Savannah. Ga Done i V.'tsp India Fl.ver the l> at'equipped! 'train in the South. For .sieral Jnfur.i .

( x')1r t1tittuw-cGr t varMy or ';;ifIrdHY sl Jectetl apparatus i I matioi ticket, etc.. apply to ticket.agents of the Plant,B swm.

Ssnd7forillu.trikd;; .hundred page :atalonu'. Foley Honey and Tar Corner Broadway; Y and Orangi StreetsP ,, C. M. Sh? herd. i. :f:. 'Spencer, T.: ,*F., /i1P..A..

JOHN F. FOUUSS, President.i huis lungs axed stops the cuupb. 0 Address Box 134 I Gar Piss Ast. Mobile, Ala, iSu W ,Bay 5t Jackwintllle,.' .

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History of a Long and Eventful Life dispatch from Minister Conger,
I !sure that I would have been in Seaboard Air Line Railway
Daily Paper in Ocala The death of Mrs. Fannie Freeland dated at Pekin July 18. has been reelved now had I my graft I .

.I c: In I Atlanta, Ga.-Southern Epworth
Washington. It
In Charlotte, N. C., on July 12, was the says that not used it. I '::[j

BITTINGER AND COMPANY passing from life to immortality of no at that time the foreigners were have told many a..". s" League Conference. Tickets on sale .-

cooped: in the British legation, under others the good July 24 and 25, limited to August 1;
common personage, as related to the
fire, and that only speedy rescue could It did me. 1900 at one fare round trip. An ex
local history of Ocala. Her career 44'7
I save them. Everybody said tension may be obtained to August
from childhood to a fully matured and r
L. BITTINGER, ,( 6" y that 1 had 10
The authenticity or the date of the ) consumption by payment of 50 cents to Joseph
rounded life was one of no common f'2.
Editor and Business Manager.R. J cuh5f ,duct I
dispatch are doubtful. Wr Joint Agent, 735 Equitable -
moment. knew that 1 S=;
s Building provided ticketis
R. CARROLL, City Editor. She was of Irish parentage and first would have it
with said
.4l deposited agent on or be-
saw the light of day in 1841 in Belfast.At CHURCH NOTICES unless; I got re .
fore July 30.
the age of six, with an elder sister, lief. I feel it a9 .
Entered at the Ocala Postofflce as second
UK National
she crossed the Atlantic to Charles.ton my duty to \ Chicago, EncampmentG.
class matter.DEMOCRATIC i St. Philip's Catholic Church give praise where it Is: due. 1 am and A. R. Tickets on sale August 24
S. C., their parents having preceded
c them to Charlotte where Sunday school at 9 a. m. w I ever shall be grateful to the man who and 25, limited to Sept 3. at $30.20

TICKET home anew High mass at 10:30: a. m. iti discovered P %."-Mrs.S.E.Dicker round trip from Ocala. A fee of 25
was prepared for the
reception I NEW Or.LEANS LA.
I y cents to be to the
For President ; of their children. Vespers and Instructions at 5 p. m. Dr.S. B. Ilartman,Columbus,0.: paid joint agent at

The deceased was married three All are cordially invited. 1.\O l1I1EH,YORK Co..y A. i "1 am feeling] ; much better now than I Chicago at time of execution.

William J. Bryan times, and singular to relate, each Dr.S. Hartmau, Columbus, 0.: I have for two jear: I find Pe-rn-na to Detroit, Mich.-Biennial ConclaveK.

For Vice President ceremony was solemnized in the city Methodist Church ''I can scarcely find words to express be the best medicine of P. Tickets on sale Aug. 24, 25
gratitude to for all kind-
Wlnsboro your for female and 26, limited to Sept. 5, at one fare
Adlai E. StevensonFor S. C. Her first marriagewas ness to me. It has robbed the of
"The Needy at Our Door, Is the complaint, and for round
with Mr. James K. Carlisle in one victim,for I wa in a critical condition trip.
Governor subject for the Epworth League meet- in all cases of
1855, and the fruit of that union was when I wrote you before. Thanks '. extreme weakness Atlanta Ga.-Southern Epworth /
Ing at the Methodist ,
William 8. Jennings our fellow townsman, Mr. James B. church tomorrowat to yuuhc ;ever, my health i i.; fully restored. f a 1 think it is League Conference. Tickets on sale

Carlisle, the efficient 4:30 p. m. Miss Mary Hafele will I wish every young lady in our \ the best July 24 and 25 limited
For Justice of the Supreme Court druggist. Her ,, remedyin to Aug. 1, at
lead the meeting. A cordial welcometo town could read your book. There would
second wedding was contracted with the world, as one fare round trip.L. .
Francis B. Carter all. bo a great dial leis sickness and puny
Mr. Thomas Steele, in 18C5, and from it has done mea S. Allen A
O. MacDonell
Miss Bertha E. Sarirent.NAVASOTA .
Preaching at 11 women. ;
For Secretary of State a. m. and 7:45 p. m. great deal of
that union came one child, the present Gen. Pflss. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. TEX. good. My friends
John L. CrawfordFor Mrs. Hattie Hope, of Tampa. Mrs. Dr.S. B.Hartman Columbus O. John Dozier W. .V.. Condon,
Junior League at 3 p. m. : say that I am looking better now than I
Attorney General :. Steele lost her husband several years Senior League at 4:30 p. m. **I think it is time to let you know have for years. They want to know Agent. Ticket Agent.

prior to mating Mr. J. G. Freeland, what your treatment has dune for me. what I have been doing, I look so well. *. ,
A welcome
to all.
William B. Lamar T. J. Nixon, I .*
of Hickory, N. C., who came to enjoy I am rid of that terrible trouble I had j 1 tell them that Pe-rn-na did it. I hope

For ComptrollerW. the mild winters of FJorida and hap Pastor. .hen 1 wrote to you.Vhen I would Dr Hartman willll\'c many yean mom SOUTHERN RAILWAY RATES

H. ReynoldsFor pened to be the guest of Mrs. Steele, Baptist Church stoop over 1 could not straighten up to help others as he did me.-Mrs. H.
without the most severe pain. Jam well Buthe, 1834 Sixth street. Up-to-date Train Service
who was then conducting the large
Treasurer Rev. I.. D. Geiger, the noted Baptist )f that, and am much better in other Every woman should have a copy of .
boarding house, known as the Pooser F. K. F. Gille Box In addition to Its already peerless
Kays.-Mr 19. Health and
J. B. Whitfield minister from Apopka, and formerly Beauty. This look con
place which she built in 1885. Their OSYKA, M I Vs. tain* specific instruction for the treat- service, the Southern Railway has fit-
pastor of the Ocala Baptist church will
Superintendent of Public InstructionW. acquaintance grew to friendship, ripened Dr. 8. Ilartman: ,Columbn, 0.: ment and cure of female catarrh. It is ted the first class coaches..running on

N. Sheats into love and they were married ; I preach Sunday morning and eveningin "I am sure that Pe-ru-na i* one of the illustrated and! v.p.ain* much informa- tralnsJo the East with lavatories, sup-

in 1888. that church and all are cordially teat medicines on the market. 1 am tion. Address Dr.
Commissioner of After passing a few more J HarttnaUjColumbus.O plied with towels and soap, which
invited to
come out and hear him.
years in Ocala, Mrs. Freeland went make these cars, as now equipped,
E. McLin( Sunday school at 9:45 a. J. G.
Charlotte, N. C., to end her years. m. equal in modern appointments to parlor

Ilailioad Commissioner She was a woman of very prepossessing Spurlin, superintendent. cars and sleepers, all of which conveniences
Prayer meeting Wednesday at THE SICK TREATED
r John L. MorganFor appearance, affable in man '7:45 m.Visitors. every being free to first class passengers -
ners and possessed of a generous, noble t
Congress are always welcome.
heart, and those who knew her : Half Rates to Detroit, Mich. *

Robert W. Davis well admired her for her sterling At Prices to Suit the Times August 24, 25 and 26.Account BI-

traits of character. Grace Episcopal Church
ennial Conclave Knights Pythias, tickets .

BUSINESS MEN, ATTENTION Mrs. Freeland first came to Ocala i In Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. ---.- ---- will be sold via Southern Railwayat

1868, and being an adept in the millinery and 7:30 p. m., except on third Sun- one fare for the round:trip on dates

Kleswhere In the Star will be found business, engaged her servicesto days, when the second service is held No Drags-No Surgical InstrumentsSince above mentioned, final limit September -

the advertisement of C. C. Rawls & Captain Samuel Agnew, who was at Orange Lake at 3 p. m. 5. Twelve hours quicker than any

Co.. of Montbrook Levy county, just so pleased with her skill and clearbusiness Communion every first Sunday at other line; two daily trains throughto

west of the Marion line, offering their ideas, that when she decidedto 11 a. m.Sunday. Cincinnati; through sleepers twicea

stock of run a hotel, he assisted her in a school at 9:30
general merchandise for sale, a. m. day. This route has been selectedby
financial in opening my office in Ocala last. March I have treated a number of
amounting to between three and four way building the MaguHa. oSeats free and all are welcome. Florida delegation Knights Pythias.
patients very successfully: in from one to twenty treatments. I don't care whetheryou
thousand dollars. Here is opposite the Teapot grocery, and C. M. Gray Rector.
an oppor later known believe in my method of treatment or not : all I ak is a fair trial. Chicago, 111., August 24 and. 23.-.
for those as the Arlington, which
tunity desiring to enter busi Among the diseases I Account National Encampment G. A.
she many am treating successfully are Rheumatism, Con-
erected in 1882
and it with .
ness, or for those desiring to changtheir Christian Church Diarrhoea R., tickets will be sold via Southern
eprofit to herself and to the satisfaction stipation, Pulmonary Troubles, Urethral. Stricture, Piles, Malignant

business and location. The pres of her patrons, to 1885. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. H. C. Growths, Sexual Disorders, Neuralgia, Paralysis!:;!, Female Trouble, Dyspepsia, Railway at one fare for the round trip,
ent owners have made a success of it. Deafness. Nervous Prostration Morbid final limit September 3. Two dally
Mrs. Freeland during her residencein i Groves, superintendent. Impaired Memory, Fears,Liquor,Morphineand
The town Is a flourishing one and Services at 11 a. m. Tobacco Habits. Kidney and adder Troubles trains with through sleepers to Cinclii-
Ocala, which covered a period of
growing, and no better community i nati
making hours
55 years, became one of the besl. Y. P. S. C. E. at 4 p. ro. many
surrounding it can be found in the time. .
state. known business women in Marion Prayer meeting every Wednesday .
Investigate. Richmond, Va., September 15, 16.
county, and a host of friends she evening. PRICES OF PERSONAL
and 17.-Account Independent Order
C. W. B. M. meets first Monday
made during this period and who yet every

A CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT survive her, will regret to hear of her at 3 p. m. Week (((7 treatments) at my office______ ____ ____$,i oo Odd Southern Fellows, tickets will be sold via
death. The public is cordially invited to all Railway at one fare for. the ,

There is a demand in Ocala for services. W. H. Coleman, One Week ((7 treatments) at your home________:: --- i 50If round trip, final limit September 2>, .

more cottages and small residences SOUTHERN PATRIOTISM Minister. Two daily trains dining cars, sleepers.. ..

and a few calls for residences of a Walter T. Cosby, .

larger and more pretentious order. The Jacksonville Light... Infantry of St. James' Episcopal Church you can't afford to pay these prices come to my office and I will treat you Trav. Pass. Agt.,

Everything in town is occupied as far the Fiorda state troops have offeredtheir Sunday School, 10 a. m. free of charge. Jacksonville, Fla. <. .

as we are able to learn, and as fast as services through Governor Blox Morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. Office over R. E. Yonge & Co.'s store. Hours, 8 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 2 p. m. AN ORDINANCE t.
a house is vacated some one stands ham for active service in China, and m.

ready to rent iL Who will supply the Associated Press dispatches from Even song and sermon, 7:30 p. m. GEO. P. E. HART Magnetic Healer Requiring all Persons Within the Corporate -,- f

the need? Beginning with the fall 1 Washington comment very favorablyon Communion, first Sunday at 11 a. m. Limits of the City of Ocalato

months, there will be no need of the the matter and say that there is ? Other Sundays but second at 7:30. 00a18. Fla.R. be VaccinatedBE

houses: being vacant, and will returna strong probability that the Southern Week days: Wednesday, litany at IT ORDAINED by the City

fair interest on the investment.THE volunteers may be sent at a very earl}' 10 a. m. Friday, even song and ad- ; Council of the City of Ocala:

date as they did not get to see any dress, 7:30 p. m. Saints' days, 7:30 a. Section 1. From and after the pas-

PEOPLE'S CONFIDENCEThe active service in the SpanishtAraerican m. A. G. Coombs, I E. YONGE JR. sagof;! this ordinance all persons
war. The Jacksonville compan Priest in charge. within the corporate limits of Ocala

was the first in the United States
Chicago Record asks the question shall vaccinated, unless such person
volunteer. Several other -y
: "What is the secret of the power Southerncompanies I c shall produce satisfactory evidence
wielded by this young citizen of since offered their I to the representative of the said

Lincoln?" The Record then answers services. CASTORIA Kinds of Repair Work Done city that he or she has been vaccinated -: .

the question in the following words: WORKING NIGHT AND DAY For Infants and Children. Promptly successfully, within the past five '

"Unquestionably it is the absolute years.
The busiest and Always BoughtBears
confidence of the people of every political mightiest Section 2. Tho mayor of the bald

shade in the honesty of purpose thing that ever was made is Dr. King's theSignature ELFINJUVENILE city of Ocala be and he is authorizedand

which dictate the words and Actionsof New Life Pills. Every pill is a sugarcoated YI1 n WHEELS empowered to appoint as
; of :Ct.TAX many
globule of health that ,
William Jennings Bryan. changes physicians as representatives of the

This answer! covers the ground likea weakness into strength, listlessnessinto Montezuma Block, Ocala, Florida. said city for the purpose of vaccina-

blanket. energy, brain-fag into mental DEED NOTICE tion shall
.. as seem necessary and expedient
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power. They're wonderful in building l to him.SEcHon .

NOTICE OF REGISTRATIONThe l up the health. Only 25 cents per Whereas, J. D. Glymp has presented

box. Sold by Garrett & Gerig, Ocala, to me tax certificate No. 2350 sale of PLHTU. METAL WORK. 3. Any person who shall
4 1898 the refuse to,submit to vaccination upon
registration books for election and all other druggists April covering following

district No. 1 Ocala laud in Marion county, to wit: Lot 11 demand of any city representatives,
( ) will be open for
I shall be
of violation of
guilty this
the purpose of registration Mondays SHOESLadies' Foss sub sec 6 tp 17, south range 23,
on W.Mechanical CAIN
and said certificate has demanded ordinance and, on conviction shall be
Thursdays and Saturdays of Misses', Children's, Gents'and y fined not more than fifty dollars or
each week from the first Monday i in Boys' Shoes-a full line at re- from me a tax deed. in the

August until the second Saturday i in ouced prices. M. Fishel. Therefore after the expiration of imprisoned city jail not more
and Boiler Maker. than sixty days for each refusal
Engineer or
Oitober, 1900, from 9 a. m. to 12 m. -- thirty days from the date of this notice -
both fine and
imprisonment, the
and. from 1 to 5 p. m. and in all other After many intricate experiments[ unless redeemed it is my inten ;
discretion of the
listiicts\ two days in each week from scientists have discovered methodsfor tion to issue a tax deed to the said Boilers: Tanks, Phosphate Dryer Pans, Vats, Stacks, etc., in fact all mayor.
Section 4. The Is authorized
the first Monday in September until 1 obtaining all the natural dige(t- land. Dated June 25, 1900. kinds of Sheet Metal Work, designe d and built to order. Repairs will receive mayor -
contract and all
pay city
the second Saturday in October 1900. ant,. These have been combined in S. T. Sistrunjc} prompt attention. Satisfaction is guaianteed: with all work. Prices
for this service for vaccination
D. M. Barco, the proportion found in the human Clerk Circuit Court. reasonable. Plans and specification s furnished for new plants of every
in said
city not more than five
Supervisor Registration Marion Coun body and united with substances that kind. Address by mail or wire J. W. CAIN, dollars
per day,
ty.Ocala. build up the digestive organs, mat A gentleman recently cured of dyspepsia Orlando, Fla. Section 5. Any parent or guardianwho

office, No. 12 north side public ing a compound called Kodol Dyspepsia gave the following appropriate ------- shall refuse to have his or her

square. 1m Cure. It digests what you eat rendering of Burns' famous blessing: child or ward vaccinated, shall be

and allows all dyspeptics to eat plenty "Some have meat and cannot eat, and The deemed guilty of a violation of this

TAX NOTICE of nourishing food while the stomach some have none that want it; but we Bailey-Lebby CompanyCHARLESTON ordinance. .

troubles are radically cured by have meat and we can eat-Kodol Section 6. This ordinance shall -

The delinquent tax list for unpaid( the medicinal agents it contains.; It Dyspepsia Cure be thanked." This s. c. take effect Immediately after its passage -

city taxes will be delivered to the is pleasant to take and will give quick preparation will digest what you eat. and approval by the mayor.

printer on July 23d, after which date relief. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. It instantly relieves and radicallycures Above ordinance read first time.

costs will be added. Ocala. Fla. indigestion and all stomach dis- &
Machinery SuppliesIron Rules suspended and read second and .

"'. W. Clyatt Jr., Call on J. C. Maughs, city ticket orders. Anti-Monopoly! Drugstore, third times and passed June 25, 1900.R. ..

City Tax Collector. agent Plant System Ocala House, for Ocala Fla.Borated McConathy,
Pipe, Brass Goods, Fittings, Nails, Belting, Injectors, Shovels, Picks, President
summer excursion tickets City Council.
now on salvia e
Talcum Powder; nicely perfumed Wheelbarrows and Link
WOMAN'S RIGHTS the Plant System at very low rate! Belting. Approved June 25, 1900. '
; cents a box. Tydings &
to the principal points and resorts: i in W. S. Bullock, Mayor.
Co. Vices All Kinds
Quoted on oj Machinery or Uther Supplies
Many women suffer all sorts of so- Forth Carolina Virginia, etc. Tickets -

called "female weaknesses" just because limited for the round trip passage until Wash suits for men and children Contracts taken for the erection of plants for putting up machinery )fall Thirty-six dozen bottles of Winter- '

their kidneys are out of order ) October 31. Complete informationmay at Rheinauer's. kinds, or for repairing any kind of machinery, engines or boilers, by a smith's Chill and Fever Tonic just re- .

and they have a right to know Foley's be obtained, also literature and competent machinist, who will be supplied on short notice. ceived at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
Ladies' Waists in the latest French
Kidney Cure is just what is needed "Summer Homes" folders giving full store. Everybody uses Wlntersmith'sTonic
Patterns at M. Fishel's. G. Wake Wells Agent Ocala Fla. .
by most ailing women. AntiMonopoly particulars about the best hotels, for fevers. Pleasant to tako.

Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. boarding houses, etc. Room mouldings. R. A. Hall, Office in A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store. No cure, no pay."Y .



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Volume VI OCALA FLORIDA SATURDAY JULY 21 1900 Number 30 .

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Fresh Canned Goods t I i t EDWARDS OS. 1

t II i; If so. come at once and select the .1..3 $
j II The Committee is Working Hard 'ti
I i Straw Hat you like best and you'lli

a i find that big reductions have been CITY MARKET
BREAKFAST BACON SLICED HAM PIG FEET ,1! A meeting of the committee was II j made throughout the line.

held Friday evening, with Chairman

I Bullock presiding. .j ,

ROAST MUTTON VEAL LOAF ,I The work so far done, which is get- Ii i, AND
IN POUND CANS ting printed matter ready was gone j I

over and the expediting the same for

f distribution was urged. It will no'I'I Meats, Fish, and Cedar Key Oysters

TEAPOT GROCERY ,.doubt get into the mails today. Keceived tvery Day.
:Mr. William Hocker spoke of a trip

I to Citrus county and interviewing the. YOU Choice Florida Meats Celery and All Other
----- ----' ---- ------ --------
j leading democrats of that section who Vegetables In Season
iS!said they were for Ocala and no mis

The Meffm Mill Company I in running Robert Ruth colored, son of Audew take.Work ONE FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108

Its mill steadily now, all hands Ruth, was shot this morning at 1 is moving along smoothly. ? V
Secretary Williams i is -
'and new Machinery of the big plant o'clock at Shady Grove by Hardy and a very busy-I Established .Jan. 17. Jtj".J7

having been thoroughly adjusted. The Phenix Mitchell. The weapon was a i man and the respective committeesare J. M. NEELY
men for the most part work by piece Si-caliber: pistol i and the ball entered geetting down to hard work. MUNROE AND CEIAMBLISSBankers j
Hon. R. L. Anderson added
work. This way is proving to be more the thigh and lodged in the muscles I was to Merchants' Block.MARION'S .
the organizatiOl committee.
satisfactory to the employed and the 'J he wound is quite painful but not
11'ordantr that Hon. Robert Mc-
employer. Mr. MefTert's' success in necessarily dangerous. The cause of I I0CAL1
Xamee his old ROADSWe .
was working home.
this section reads like a chapter of the trouble! is not known. Dr. Van
Leesburg, in the interest of Jacksonville : =t FLORIDAReceive
romance. A few years ago he came Hood attended the wounded man.
and] with old time friends was saw a man this: week who had
from the Korth to Florida as a common --- ------- -- --
talking to persuasively that it was driven all the way from Georgia to Deposits Have Money to Loa
laborer. By constant pus-h anda GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE

firm belief that Florida was a good .- feared their beads were turned Jack-, hh county. He was loud in his> praiseof TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS

sonvilleward. while their natural affiliation the Marion county roads. Of all
state in which to invest, he has made Opportunity of a Lifetime to the Right Small Accounts Receive the Same Attention as large Ones
was Ocala, and to counteract the counties he passed; through he was
thousands of dollars and invested: in Man .
this trend, Messrs.[ R. A. Burford and more favorably impressed with Marion Support Your Home Bank.
various enterprises, every one of The firm of C. C. Rawls & Co., Mont-
Rocker will visit county than any other and it was
which is yielding him a handsome in- brook, Levy county; \ Florida, are de- : Leesburg next Mon -- -- 1
day. solely on account of good roads.
come. On his farms of hundreds of sirous of closing out their stock of
There is nothing which would benefit
acres, at his lime kilns and saw mills, general merchandise, that all their MRS. L. T. TOMPKINS
I a county more, or he a more lasting
he employs several hundred people, time and attention may be given to LEMONS AS MEDICINE I
advertisement for the county than ,
and he pays good prices for all the their orange groves in South Florida. Has Just Received and Opened
good roads. We have all the time advocated 4
work he has done.-Martin correspondent They will dispose of the good will, They regulate the Liver, Stomach
good roads. We have doneso 1
Times-Union and Citizen. merchandise: and buildin; There is Bowel, Kidneys and Blood as pre THE FINEST LINE OF 1I
because we really believe that it
pared by Dr. H. Mozley, in his Lemon V
-- ----- --- -- -- not a better stand in the country. The i
would do more good for the county
business has been profitable and growing Elixir, a }pleasant lemon drink. It V.
A than anything we could do. If we had French Pattern Hats
stock of general merchandise is cures biliousness, constipation, indigestion ]
The pleasant flavor, gentle action, I one good hard road from the north .
clean and, fresh and suited to the demands headache appendicitis, malaria
and soothing effect of Syrup of Pigs, end to the south end of the county,
of the community. To the kidney diseases, fevers, chills, .4
when in need of a laxative, and if the Sumter would take on a new growth.
right man with fair cash capital thisis heart failure, nervous prostration, and EVER BROUGHT TO OGVLAMy /
father or mother !lip costive: or bilious, and we .would see a prosperity we i
an opportunity of a lifetime. Xo ,all other diseases caused by a torpidIor
the most gratifying results follow its have not dreamed of.'h) don't we
triflers need apply. diseased liver and kidneys.! It is I stock of goods for Kaster and the summer is the finest and .
use; so that it is the best family rem have them With the material at
Stock $3.500.< It will be sold at a an established fact that lemons, when !. most complete in the city. An invitation to visit my toro and J
('Ihlmown and every family should hand there is no good reason, why we
bargain for cash or part cash and combined properly with other liver view the most exquisite French designs in art is extended to the -
have a bottle. Manufactured by the do not have them, and it is not a good '
good hecurity.! tonics, produce the most desirable} results ladies of Ocala and Marion county. i
California Fig Syrup Co. advertisement; for the county that we
For details, call on or address, C. upon the stomach liver, bowers, t tt
neglect this matter. Come, let's get Yours for elegance and style in millinery,
C. Itawls & Co.touthl'ool": Levy kidneys and blood. Sold druggists.;. 1
I"u I the question up again and do some
county, Fla. ;'j,1c. and $1 bottles. MRS. L.T. TOMPKINS -
i thin;.Sumterville Times. ,

\\ have just received an elegant --- I I __ ____ __._ -__ _

line of the very newest and haadsom FRESH MILKI i Rev. John P. Sanders WritesDr. I I FRENCh MILLINERY STORE -

eft creations in Sailor Hats. Amongthe I RED HOT FROM THE GUN
fo'r I II. Mozley, Atlanta. Go.: 1 have
will sell :25 milk tickets $1 and II I
lot is th'er latest the
thing, I been relieved of trouble whichgreatly Was the ball that hit G .B. Steadman, t i
I a
milk to be
Ladysmith:: which is sure to please fully guarantee the pure :I' of E'warkIich.., in the Civil War.It --

the ladies. Call and the line. and fresh, and where found otherwise i iI I endangered my life, by usingMozley's
inspect 1 I caused horrible ulcers that no treatment
Ferguson & Co. will cheerfully refund the money. : Lemon Elixir. My rto<:torledal''d I helped for twetny years. ThenBucklen's The Boston Store 1

Henry L. Reynolds. ( my only relief to be the
Arnica Salve cured him.
knife, my trouble being appeUdiCitiS.j .
-- -------- ,
GRAPHOPHONES Cures Cuts, Bruises, Burns Boils, Fel- :!

HICKORY STOVE WOOD I 1 nave been permanetly cured and ons, Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile Is the place where you can get j
im now a well man. I am a preacherof I
For $;:), T7.30, $10, $2:} and $::;d''. cure on earth; 25 cents a box. Cure
the 1[. E. Church South located in
'I I
0rands. Ocala Music Co. Having now taken the management ; guaranteed. Sold by Garrett & Gerig Square Honest Dealing Prompt Ser-
the town of Verbena, Ala. My broth !I ,
of our stove wood business ourselveswe druggist, Ocala, and all other drug *
FOR SALE OR RENT name schedule of rates below: I er. Ht'K E. Co wen. recommendedthe gi ts. vice, Strict Attention to Your Wants -
Lemon Elixir to me. Ship me a
-- One cord ((128 cubic feet packed or I
half dozen large bottles C. O.: D. And Earnest Desire to
Desirable residences and cottages indifferent 200 cubic feet thrown in), $2.50. A HISTORY OF FOUR YEARS an Satisfy 1
parts of the city, almost any One load thrown in (6. cubic feet)
You Matter What Cost
Mczle>'s Lemon Elixir No at :
size or style desired, for rent, and will 85; cents. A file of the American Monthly Review ,

sell on most advantageous terms. One load, packed in (So: cubic feet), Cured me of a long standing case of of Reviews; from August 1896, -1

chills and fever by using two bottles.J. What more can we say? What more can you ask? As
Have you property to rent, or do you to date. For sale cheap. Apply at

desire to rent property? In either Delivered in town. Cash on deliv C. Stanley, this office. the lawyers say

case, apply to S. D. Moody in city pr)'. Parties owning a team wishing! 1 Engineer E. T. V. & (J. H. R.

building. wood for their own use can get it at LOTS IN JULIETTEWe WE REST OUR CASE HERE 1

the factory at the rate of $1.75 per I
Mozley's Lemon Elixir have a few choice lots in Juli-
CRESCENT BICYCLE cord cent cubic foot Joose -
or one per I ette for sale. J. H. Livingston & Son, This week we are giving Special Bargains in Dry i
thirds cubic Cured of of heart disease
or one and two cents per me a case
Columbia and Hart fords, and full
a agents. '
load. and indigestion of four stand Goods, Clothing and Shoes. Big Premiums.
line of lamps, bells and sundries of foot packed by the years' .

makes of Orders can be placed at our office by ing. I tried a dozen different medi EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
every descI'iption.ll bicycles

repaired. Ocala Music Co. Phone No. 8 or by mail, Box 727. cine None but Lemon Elixir done The Ocala Employment Agency has THE BOSTON STORE 1

Rim & Spoke Factory. me any good.) Tules Diehl. .
---------- ------- the
Fishers store
opened over on
H-5-tf 0. W. Reagan, Agt. Corner Habershnm and St. Thomas 25 South Magnolia street lira Hick's old stand. J
WONDERFUL (Unknown square and will furnish helpof
) .
------- ------- Sts. Savannah Ga. I
all kinds in or out of the city.
Pease at J. II. Sutton's Seed Store, CORN
Call or address )postoffice box 862 or ;
Ocala, Florida.
Mozley's Lemon ElixirI PETER INGRAM
Fifty bushels of fine seed corn left telephone when you are in need of our
------ --
over. I will sell at market price of fully indorse it for nervous prostration services, and your order will receive

FOR SALE CHEAP common corn; full weight, 112 poundsto headache, indigestion and prompt attention. I. E. Tompkins, Tai10r
1 1Ierch3nt's
the sack. J. B. Sutton. constipation, having used it with A. D. Brooks,

One double seated o .e: r< rse; base, ---- ---- most satisfactory results after all Telephone No. 9. Managers.

nearly new. One No. 4 Freonma feed HATS other remedies had failed i iI
Bank Building.
cutter. Cheap for cash. J. 11. Button. .J. W. Rollo. BUMPS OR BRUISES it
The latest designs in Light Weight
TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS Felt Hats for gentlemen's summerwoat' West End. Atlanta Ga. Sprains or sores, bums or scalds, have received a large and Hobby assortment of Trous-

M. Fishel.OPEN --- -- wounds or cuts tetter or eczema, all

quickly cured by Banner Salve, the erings and Suitings suitable for the coming seasons at prices {
Lawsou Elvid l'. of Harrington. [I1., world.
: ALL NIGHT most healing nicdiririe in the to suit all tastes.I 1
he was cured of chornic asthma : "
says Nothing; el=e -just as good. Anti-
Anna M. Brown treats, su'-, have added to Tailoring Department a line ofGents' _
of long standing by Foley's Honey Monopoly] Drugstore. Ocala. Fla. my
We have a night phone number 73, all diseases of the
cessfully scalp arrests -
and Tar. It gives positive relief in ;
Furnishings SCARFS and TIES will 1 1be
and, render willing service at any hour falling hair, and restores hair,
all cases of asthma tthis disease
of the night. Ask physician to RESTAURANT Gold Studs warranted for
when not completely cured, is robbedof I your prematurely gray. to its natural color. a specialty, up-to-date styles.
call us. Garrett & Gerig, Distance All letters --
all its terrors by this great rem no objection. counter. twenty years, Collar Buttons and Sleeve Links. I carry a -
Postofflce Drug Store. promptly answered. II shampooed d Restaurant and lunch

dr.nti Fla. -Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, I for :25; cents. Call at 193, North Orange Meals and lunches at all hours. Spe- good stock of Umbrellas at low prices

THE ELDREDGEA street or address to Box _SAO; cial rates to weekly boarders. !
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Also citydray furnished! when de
222 GRAPHOPHONE Ocala. Fia.

r-rst-class: sewing machine at the sired.

Records I: received in this today.lot. All the newselections right price. We will have a stock of If you are sick: all over and don't Ike Tompkins and wife, proprietors, OCALA LUMBER COIs 1

them on July 19. Ocala Music Co. know just what ails you, it's ten to 40 South Magnolia street or postoffice 0
-- --- ----- -
-- --- -- ------ one your kidneys are out of order.* box S<>2. Ooaln. FJa. ,
The law holds both maker and circulator -
of a counterfeit equally guil CURED BRONCHIAL TROUBLE Foley's Kidney Cure will bring you --- ------ ---- at all times prepared to furnish roughor

health and energy.! Anti-Monopoly For burns! injuries, piles and kin
ty. The dealer who sells you a dangerous Chas. 1:. Davis, 1071 W. Congress I

counterfeit of DeWitt's Witch a St., Chicago says: "I suffered foryears Drugstore Ocala, Fla. diseases use DeVftt'sVitrh, ifazsl planed lumber in any quantity desired i

1 is the original Counterfeits
Hazel Salve risks your life to make a : with bronchial trouble and! tried
kinds Buy a $75; Franklin typewriter on may be ofrered. Use only De- INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTY
of medicines
little larger; profit. You cannot trust I many relief
easy payments. No better or more Witt's. Anti-Monopoly Drig Stor
him. DeWitt's is the only genuineand until I began taking Foley's durable machine made. For particulars If In u4ad of anything in our line. write to or call on us. Factory opposite 4
Ocala. Fla.
original Witch Hazel Salve a Honey and Tar, which cured me." Mill
Plant System depot. near Montague.
anti to see the machine: in daily -- -
well known cure for piles and all skin Anti-Monopoly Dru;'\torl". Ocala, Fla.
use call at this office. C. i iTORIA.Beira : .
diseases. See that your dealer gives ----- --- th 1ha Kind You Haya AY!! ays Bonio OCALA LUMBER COMPANY

you De'itt'tSal\'('. .\nti. lojopolr BANNER SAJLV Straw hats for ladies, g.nts and ;
Ej : : I
Drug Store, Ocala, Fla. the moat- healing salvo jr tho world. children at Rheinauer's. t 2M M<:< Telephone 6'J! Ocala, FloridaO1



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