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
Publication Date:
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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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,THE STAR IT'S CI! LD S PLAY board was until absent.Tuesday the, when matter Mr.was Hull deferred tify superintendent the trustees was to this instructed effect to. no --
was expected) to be presentOn The question of conducting schoolof
To treat a woman for a: ,ti-*.".!.-* v--ar tsftr-t motion the following declarationwas methods in Ocala this summer for TOll

Only Dally, Paper in Ocala I pear and. moire_her uu i...rrhwtut n-Iicf, passed: "It Is hereby declared six or eight weeks was taken up. The T $ h In
-i Ii I Yet that has been the co c t\ith scorn S that the Board of Public Instructionof superintendent was instructed to correspond

BITTINOER AND. COMPANYPoorietors of women110 Marion county, Florida will' appOint with the state superintendent, Till BLOOD
have d
and Publisher after year having two or more teachers whose and the appropriation likely to be
mhelpetl and'un- 'i=4' principal receives $45 per month 'or made by the legislature could be had. Millions of little glands or tubes connect the blood with the skin,and through :
healed, to find at more who does not hold a first grade That the county is willing- assist in these small drain pipes perspiration passes out,carrying with it the impurities that '
C. L BIJTINGER, last that a few certificate." operating a school In Ocala provided are thrown off by the loot Should the pores of the skin be entirely Closed for

r,Editor'and; Business Manager. bottles of Doctor ,, .' :? The board then adjourned to meet.the county school board and superin- "even a brief space of time, and the poisonous matter forced back into the circulation -
Pierce's FavoritePrescription '' on Tuesday morning' 9:30 o'clock; ] tendent have a right to assist in select instant death would result. In addition to the sweat glands, the skitt is
': Tuesday morning the board met per ing teachers and the provided with certain others which pour out upon it an oily substance, keeping
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R; R.CARROLL, City Editor. would have saved ,1,.' }.,. adjournment; with G. S. Scott chairman the school. The superintendent management the skin pliable and soft and protecting it from heat and cold. The blood and skin
years of suffering wJ, B. R. Blitch and B. I. Hull pres-1 i instructed to confer with Professor wasi are so closely related that whatever affects one seriously interferes with the func
Entered at the Ocala Postoffice as second and a great deal Yarn and find ,out what he is willing tions of the other. Not only health but life itself, depends upon perfect harmony
ent.The the
class matter. of money matter of account with the Dun to take charge of the school for and between blood and skin. When, therefore, the
For the regula- .... nellon special district was taken np : who and for what an able assistantcan manifests blood becomes poisoned from any cause, it quickly Internal and
the skin in the form
of the upon
and discussed. 'From the understanding be pbtained, and to make such arrangements of sores and ulcers
pimples various
THE DISPENSARY periods of, the stopping and memory of Mr. B. I. Hull, as he deems best for the eruptive diseases. By the character of the External Poisons
disagreeable who was on the board at the time of school.
drains, the > fore we are enabled to determine the nature of the poison. humor in the blood
D Considerable interest is being awak the transaction and from the minute s Treasurer's report No. 4 was or ,
exam- as every disease originating in the blood has its
ened of the healing of inflammation of the board of last ined own peculiar sore or pimple. The
among some our people on September, it was found correct and approved skin is '
as not ected
only the
and ulcer- by poisons generated in the system, but poisons from
local thought
option dispensary bill for Flora that the old board advancedthe follows! : without
coon, and the ; enter through the open glands or pores and quickly infect the blood.
$215.68 with the full Balance in
da.The understanding treasury from last Mercury rubbed the skin will
cure report
of female upon produce Rheumatism and Poison Oak and
Star believes in taking the least that the whole amount 1 cent Ivy
must be received
paid ; from McIntosh and other wild
weakness, there is mon plants gain easy access to the blood through the skin. As so-called '
of any evils that confront a communityand back from the Dunnellon district
medicine outof ey refunded $74.41: from J. B. Whit skin diseases originate in the blood
in this. it sincerely believes a dis qual no Dr. Pierce's can Favorite Prescription. the first moneys collected, and the field, tax sales $35.96; from E. ,P, Pure Blood- powders, soaps and washes can do, the no application permanent
,; pensary would be a big improvementover Thagard.
It makes weak woolen strong and sick county levy of 1899 $57.91; good, but often do immense damage by
open saloons in Ocala.. 1 from E. P. Soft
ivomen well. Thagard, county levy of Healthy SkIn closing up the outlet to these little tubes
On this, like any other question of ;I 1900, $3860:: ; from E. P. Thagard, polls and
"About &ceears interfering the natural actions
I had !i
interest to the people of this community write Mrs. S. K. of very olden.poor. Johnson health # Q Otfflfff' of 1900, $485. Total $4513.29.< of the skin. The treatment must begin with the blood,and the acid or other pois
the columns of the Star are open_ Co., 3i. ouri. "Afterdc;torinff four with \ j bursed during ons antidoted neutralized.
yeaH ( f'l1rY' :- I i month. $4512.30, Bal or S. S. S.does this and purifies the circulation, builds
to the discussion of this question. I our town doctors' they ;;a\"l' my CTM up: said .mtiJ) ante in treasury, 99 cents. up the blood and flushes the little
I i \ ; glands or with blood
they had done all they coul.l. ( had been con- t J'r pores pure, new and
+-S fined to my bed half my time; the other hall 'Iu \y" ,
HELPING JACKSONVILLE I, :ould hardly drag around. I h-idt-ueli i ai.iin : t t I j'I $551.23 were examined found correct. and beauty to a rough, red, pimply skin pr sallow complexion. What is needed .
back and cbdoinen /
my I could not land for & and ordered paid by warrants is rich, pure blood,such as S. S. S. makes. It not
I on only of all
more than a few minutes.! My fret cold 'V you disfiguring
r j
Additional subscriptions by colored or burning'and my periods cause too often.; PURE; isi: j j i county treasurer. Also reports and blackheads,blotches and irritating itching eruptions,but improve your general -
people to relieve Jacksonville suffer The doctors sa,as I HEALTHFUL!) accounts for the Ocala special tax health. S. S. S. contains no mercuiy, potash arsenic or other mineral but is .
ers, paid over to Mayor FIshel by F. had heard got me of a bottle Dr. Pierce's of *Favorite meJiciues.J' husband : Ac school district amounting to $665 were purely vegetable remedy and the safest and best in all blood and skin trouble

S P. Gadson: I took it aiid it helped me in goon ua>*. so I LI, :i ordered paid by warrants on the treasurer Write our physicians for advice or information; they have made a study of blood
Previously acknowledged. $22; B. C. wrote to you and followed your advior. I commenced i of the Ocala school district and skin diseases, and you can have the best medical advice without cost. Book op

Cody. $1; R. A. Hall. $1; L. C. Jack leak Discoverv'Favorite and Prescription'Golden the J'ellt,* an !I was)[('cl->,u I ;1 fund. Blood and Skin Diseases free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, 6AI -
son, 50 cents; Rev. A. G. Coombs. 50 constipated all the time and I There
pills taken being no further business, the
cents; Mrs. A. )I. Chandler 50 cents; me so that I would base to go to bed. To the (QCQA tH9 QIAiE I l ;!I board adjourned to meet the first Monday ---. _____.__.___-_,________ -_ ._u._ _______--- __ ,
Levi! Alexander. 50 cents Mrs. Lula great surprise of e"C'1)'bfjdy I got well, and in --- .
June. .
; W. D. .
when I met friends would Cam, ; OJ> .
my they say .. II> <<1 'V "
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Luteman. 50 cents; Paul Berlack. 25 never thought you would be here now, But f ((iiROCER EVERYWHERE-] Secretary t r
cents; Mrs. Ella Cobb 25 cents; Mrs. can say it was onr'nsaticinen hih no i
is the best in the world. Have hail no use for yWe
C. C. Benton, 25 cents; Henry Sher doctors since I tried your metl -iUf:." SAVES TWO FROM DEATH i Commercial Bank
man, 25 cents;; Mrs. R. A. Lee. 25 Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con ,
cents; Mrs. Amanda Michael 25 cents; stipation. I ""' Branch of
Mrs. Annie Ruth. 25 cents; Rev. Russ. -f ** S I "Our daughter had an almost t
25 cents; D. H. Calhoun, 25 cents; : fatal attack of whooping cough and COMMERCIAL BANK JACKSONVILLE

1 cash from friends, 185. Grand total the Ocala school appeared before the ABBOTTSEAST _..: j bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi- i CAPITAL S50.OOO.OO.. a

r $30.60. hoard and explained the necessity of land, of Armonk, N. Y., "but,when all .
JOB COULDN'T having a thorough training school i in INDIANCares i other remedies failed, we saved her I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ,
the for six eight weeks dui '
or :
} If he'd had itching piles.. They'reterribly ing the summer, a school not for the life with Dr. King's New Discovery. : Dots a General Banking Business. :Deposits

aunoying; but Bucklen's :Amica 1. purpose:) of literary advancement or for Corn i Paint i Our niece, who had Consumption in an t, Received. Loans made. Exchange

Salve will cure the worst case of passing the examinations but a schoolof advanced'stage, also used this wonderful and
Bought Sold.
methods and teachers already holdIng medicine .
i piles on earth. It has cured thous and today perfectly I
certificates and sure of appointments Corns Bunions
ands. For Injuries, Pains, or Bodilj' are the ones whose attendance Speedily and Without and Pain.Warts j well." Desperate throat and lung diseases r!; I 1'8J Jif
Eruptions it's the best salve in the will he most essential.Mr. yield to Dr. King's New Discovery ..r

world. Price 25: cents a box. Cure R. H, Sanders, chairman of the FOR m BY ILL DRUGGISTS.' as no othej medicine on earth.

All Dunnellon school trustees appeared Infallible for Coughs and Colds. 50c.and FOR.--
guarantee first class drugstores.
before the board and said he thought
LlPPMAr BROTHERS $1.00 bottles guaranteed by all
that the board had the Dunnellon ,
Wholes-le first class drugstores. Trial bottles Spring: Goods
MEXICAN JUNE CORNI ,' school district charged with $100 more Druggists
than figs legally due. That he and Lippmm's Block SaTannah.,0 free.
have just received a stock of thi<- I .
the other trustees understood that -GO TO-
famous Corn for late planting; make,- I
when $215.fiS was spent on improvingthe NOT OPEN ON
well after vegetables or oats on good .
school house I
last the
land. A powerful yielder of odd PI
and grain. J. B, Sutton Seedsman. board agreed to give $100 and chargethe BANNER SALVE Hereafter the Greenhouses will be
district with $115.C8. As Mr. B. I.
Ocala, Fla. I closed to visitors on Sundays exceptfor
a Hull the only member of the old the most salve In ,
healing the world. flowers for the sick or funerals. ---
Everything New and Up to. Date.THE .


The-Board of Public Instruction in x LITTLE AHEAD

and for .Marion county, Florida met
this day In regular,session, with G. S. You Always Get Your Money's Worth

Scott chairman. and B. R. Blitch present

B. 1 I. Hull being delayed on account in Good Solid Goods. .
,of attending funeral.
Minutes of last meeting were read
and approved.As Hff au 'Cent vl1 C c) IS/IE: AISJCID E3 == e.: I M E:

the term of all supervisors in

the county will expire on the first day '
of Juljv 1901. it is ordered that Saturday :: G. A. NASH. ::

June 1st. be named for a day for

all schools to have a school meeting of hour .11 -----, ----.- --- P- ._ '''' _. .. _____,_ .. .. ___. __. .
.is it
the patrons and recommend to the &

supervisor.The board for appointment. their choice for JL THE DIXIE CANOPY

superintendent was instructedto -

papers.June send out being all the necessary regular notices time and for costs .to cook !}Hij.' f1.1_J |fFrame\ all metal, light and( (Inruble. -

election for trustees of the McIntosh i? ,;.. 1r, L.\ Also mosquito canopies
special tax school district it was ordered

that an election be called to be 1 rrJ : : in all grades atMcIYEll
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held in the town of McIntosh on June ,

8, A. D. 1901 for the purpose of elects in

ing three trustees and to fix the mill- cOmjort & MacKAY'S.
age to be levied and collected for the 'R rte-

next two ensuing years.

Citra Weirsdale and Mayville presented -
petitions to the board signed by

one fourth of the qualified electors in on OCALA LuMBERioR

said school districts who pay a tax on u
'' real or personal property therein ask .

ing the board to call elections at above 1
1- named places for the purpose of creating IS ALL TIMES PREPARED TO FURNISH ROUGH OR

special tax school districts :it PLANED LUMBER[ IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED
said places as advertised in their peti

tions. After ascertaining that said .
petitions had been published accordingto T INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTY

law for four consecutive weeks
elections If in need of anything in our line, write to or call on us. Factory oppnalta
were ordered to be held i teach
of the above named places JuneS Plant System. depot. Hill near Montague :; '<_

A. D. 1001. for the purpose of creating -V" *
special tax ditsricts. and to elect l OCALA LUMBER COMPANY.

three trustees for each district and to .e

fix the millage to be' levied and collected -- -- --- --- --- --------- .. ------ ----- ------
l for the next two ensuing years.
The superintendent was instructed fly i-

to have proper notices published and Potter Wall Paper Agency ...

all necessary papers sent.

Mr. J. F. Sigmon, supervisor of the : Wall Papers and Decorations .
South Lake Weir school which was y -

discontinued two years ago. applied tothe PLAIN TINTS INGRAINS EMBOSSED
board to re-establish their school.

saying that they had nine scholars and PLAIN, FANCY AND GILT M OULDINGS, 5 CENTS A FOOT
that five lived too far to attend any
F other school. 1 he matter was deferred / WJw 1101 be BORDER, CEILING AND SIDE WALL PAPERS AT ONE PRICE EACH;

until the third Monday in June
when the board will meet in special That is, For a Ten-Cent Ceiling and Wall, We Offer the Border to Match at

session to determine what schools Ten Cents per Roll of Thirty-two Yard s. Other Grades at Same Rate.
shall be operated for another term ?
make estimates: etc. CoinJovtb1e I Office. No. 30% S. Magnolia St.. OCALA FLA. ;R. A. HALL, Agent
Mr.. J. W. Morrison lately elected :
trustee of the, Pine Level special tax ,- ., -- ,- 1
school district sent in his
which was accepted and Mr. J. T. Ross Atlantic Coast Line .

appointed to fill the place.A e -

petition signed by thirty-one patrons lU' 1 j .d" I ',. :+1
of the Anthony school 0 Jlslr
was presented I li In connection with Florida East Coast Ry and Plant System, Schedule Effective -
to'the board asking that Mr. V.K. .
April 16, 1901.
Allbright be appointed at the proper -

time for appointments as priuci- I I No. 78 i. ;
pal of the Anthony school. The matter n { : Lv. Yiaml.//t rtiT8a':'... .. .. No. 32 daily, Florida and West In
was deferred until the r rr' LT. PortTampa..j 7 &J at; 7 25 p dian Limited-Vestibule coaches Jack:
appointmentof Soldeverywhere I rrrr Made ill Lv. Tampa.., ..................i 800 ; &Wp sonville to Washington. Vestibule,
teachers is
made.In 1'' ll ..... .. ..
,, Lv. !ht Augustine.. .j if So pi! Pullman drawing buffet
view of the fact that the legisla- -- various sizes Lv. Jacksonville ... ....,...| IfOOp. 8 85;! a room sleepingcars
ture Is likely to make changes in the - .. Lv. Savannah ............:....' llU a IMP Port Tampa, Tampa and Jacksonville .
Lv Charleston-------------- G <8 a itt pAr. to New York without change.
special tax school district law and that Richmond ... ......... ....' 725' pi, 4 (%J5 Connects at with
there is now no uniformity the work ----- Ar. Wa.-hlngton..... ....... _.I1Op! 7S 9 aAr. Washington Colonial
of the trustees of the Baltimore ...... .... I 03 a 8 57 aAr. Express, via steamer Maryland, for
different districts Philadelphia! ... ............ S 50 a ,11 12 a Boston, Only one night on the road.
that each special tax school dis If your dealer dot nut have them, Ai. New York.------------' 8 53a'l-13p
trict in the county is requested to send write to the nearest agency of Ar. Boston .. ...... ....1 i! aoopl8Mp l No..78. Atlantic Coast Line Express
one or more of their trustees to connects with trains from all pointsin
meet .. STANDARD Oil COMPANY: For Pullman reservations rates and
the board on Tuesday: June 18. that all other information apply to Florida and connections made for
an understanding of the sub-district all points in the Carolinas and the Virginias. ;
laws may be obtained. FRANK C. BOYLSTON Agent Through Pullman buffet sleep.
208 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
ing cars Jacksonville,
Professor Josiah Yarn principal! of -Richmond -
S. P. COLLIER, Sol. Pass. Agt. and Washington to New York.i .


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We; Are Always i OCALA OCCURRENCES OF TRADE MEETING Weather Forecast for Central Florida i A NEW TELEPHONE LINE

t. Correction. was stated in lastevening's Messrs. Ford & Hillejf the
Strawberries at the Hole in the Wall Courtesy of Postmaster Groves.)
Star that the adjourned known
Glad' and up to date phosphate men,
to See You
See the nice line of Hat 1-ins at Bur meeting of the Board of Trade would Jacksonville, Hay 8.-Fair tonight r who mine and ship more rock than

nett's. be held on Thursday afternoon at 4 and Thursday. Williams. any other firm in the state, finding the

o'clock. This was an error;, and should need of a quiCK and cheap means of

Ready Limeade. at the Anti-Monopoly Drug have been,Tuesday Afternoon, May 14, HOW'S THIS communicating between their office flt2I

Store. at 4 o'clock. ... and the mines at Early Bird, have con $

For You We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- tracted with Electric Constructor Ros- j

5. New stock fine box paper. Ocala FRESH COUNTRY BUTTERWe ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot ale Yonge, Jr., for the erection of a

News Co.Metto be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. double wire system between their of

: 9J These special Metto! at the AntiMonopolydrug have made arrangements with F.. J. Cheney & Co.. Props., fice and the mines. Work will beginat "

.. (,X, C\\ Skirts are readylr' store. a big Georgia dairy to supply us with Toledo, O. once. The city council last night U S

: for wearing. They fresh country creamery butter, whichwe We the undersigned S have known granted them the right of way into the

\' Baskets of all sizes and shapes. will keep on hand In our ref rigera- F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and :city. There will be, at present, a U1

c) .t j J t' are made in the Ocala News Co. tor, at 25 cents a pound. Telephone believe him perfectly honorable in all phone at the mines, one at Mr. Barco's k1M1TAfl

: % latestfashion, 37. CarmIchael Son Co. business transactions, and financiallyable farm at Cotton Plant, another at the

(( IjiL with just the right Lost-A postoffice key. Please re to carry out any obligations made Commercial Bank and one in Ford & An Excellent Combination .

Jt11' width of flounces turn to this omce. FRATERNAL UNION by their firm. Killer's office. The distance Is fifteen .

; West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists S miles. The pleasant method and beneficial J
and ruffles.
.' =1. ,, j You Palm leaf fans, Japanese fans, etc. The Fraternal Union of America will Toledo 0. effects of the well known remedy, ,
Il; --' :{ can't b u Y thel2ftffi Ocala News Co. meet tomorrow night May 9th, instead Walding, Kinnan & Marvin Whole A NEW BUSINESS BTBUP 07 FIGS manufactured bj the '

$5fe and or tonight previously published. I CALIFORNIA FIG SYBUP Co. --...
goi1s! make Fine line of Hair Brooches just received as sale Druggists, Toledo, O. illustrate :

i '- :.!-'i' them as cheap as I at Burnett's. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter- F.,B. Beckham and B. W. McDonald the value of obtaining the liquid laxa- 4
FRESH MACKEREL AND POMPANO tire principles of plants known to be _--
have rented the west side of A. E. Burnett's :
b we arc offering these, nally, acting directly upon the blood medicinally i laxative and
Fresh sweet Jersey cream every day and mucous surfaces of the system. handsome jewelry store and had j
them In the form .
at the Hole in the W411.Children's Fresh Mackerel and Pompano re- Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all same fitted up with shelving., and as most refreshing to the ":

eived today at P. B. Dukes' stall city Druggists. Testimonials free. soon as the-goods arrive, which will be Is taste the and acceptable to the system. It 'j
Spring Giov1sYnti rolling hoops, lops and market. in few one perfect strengthening lan- 3
Hall's Family Pills are the best. a days, will open with.a neat live, cleansing the system effectually:
marbles. Ocala News Co. and up to date stock of gents' furnishIngs J"1
?" -- dispelling colds, headaches and fevers -'!
can' easily The Railroad gently yet promptly: and enaVag one .
Restaurant :
proposesto W. C. T. U.
get a pair of nice !tI ,"JJ There is a good opening for such an to overcome habitual
; Its the constipation
give guests best there Is to M. Barco found a nice fountainpen -J:
gloves to 1Y \.1' J\ be had. establishment, as there is no house in manently. Its perfect reedom from .':-
your on the golf links. Owner can have For special reasons the May meet the city which handles these goods -
ex objectionable and substance
liking here, either 4-\ :.$ same by calling at the Commercial Ing of the W. C. T. U. will be held to- elusively. The stand Is such every and its quality .,
B. J. Potter, who has been in the a good acting on the kidneys,
cloth kid in the l Bank'and paying for this ad. morrow, Thursday, at 3 p. m., in the
P'1'it North .for the past few days has returned one and the proprietors so popular, as liver and bowels witbou treakeprbff -::
r spring shades and f l\ .: I home. Methodist church. This is a very Important to justify them in expecting a liberal or Irritating them, make it the ideal 1

1 meeting. Mrs. Arnold. will share of the custom. laxative. _

weightsgloves; \:' If you are looking for a Fountain lead the meeting, giving the conven- Mr. McDonald has been in New In the process of manufacturing figs :

that make your Pen, try the Geo. S. Parker. A. E tion report. This is the last time that York for the past ten days buying the are used as they are pleasant to the -q

S hands look well ;'. Burnett. D&ent.Handsome Mrs. Arnold will meet with us before goods and will arrive home the latter taste, bat the medicinal qualities of the j

and insure comfort returning to New York. Every memo part ofv the week and the goods will remedy are obtained from senna and

and water glass sets; also ber is urged to be present and bring begin to arrive sooner. !rIr, McDon. other aromatic plants, by a method

protec- glass water pitchers in all size her friends.. Press Committee.Bad aid will be in charge of the store. The I known to the CALIFORNIA FIG STBCF I

tion. A style of fastening that's Ocala News Co. line will be a very complete ,one, not i Co. only. In order to get beneficial _

easy to keep in place, and prices Drinking Water.-Every one overstocked, but a perfect selection I effects and to avoid imitations please '
Fresh bread and rolls baked
evp.ry suffers greatly from the different pleaseremembertbefullnameoftbeCompany }
that to of strictly to date and
are seasonable
t up
easy pay.; day at the Model Bakery, between I kinds of water he is compelled to goods, just what the trade demands. on 'he front of every package. J

a o market and laundry.Mrs. drink, and nothing Is so likely to bringon Success to the new firm! CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.

: _.- For a nice an attack of diarrhoea. Perry Da.vis' .- -I
E. Munden who has been
A. "
\ line towels in Bain-Killer is the only safe quick Ion Farris, formerly of this city but
'. visitln? lu" Twupa for sefurul weeks, KT. KZW YOBS Jr. T i
d\ and sureeure for it, cramps and cholera for the past year or more with the law :
has returned home.
: linen damask For Mle all
by Druri1lt.L-Pr1ce Kto. tottJa.
'." '.. .;... morbus. Avoid substitutes, thereis firm of Clark & Gibbons, in Jacksonville per ,

--.............. ,, and cotton you New fruit flavors, pure and unadulterated but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. with his young bride had a sad -1

;(-' ;-! 1- never found a for cream and drinks Just received Price 25c. and 50c.COUNTRY. experience,in the great fire. By thrift THINGS TO KNOW!

more complete at Dame's.Terkeeween and economy Mr. Farris had saved up 1

,assortment; thetable BUTTER $600. ,With this amount, expending all Are rod a sinner If you are, you .:\

:,V'.J Oil Liniment, the best ,.. of it, he and his wife had fitted up a can be saved! When? Now Is the ''1/
1:.'iW'"t. .." .... .. 1 liniment on earth, sold and guaranteed % Fresh country butter, rich and yel: fiat for housekeeping and completedthe time! How! you ask. The Bible

t'iI\f: : t cannot be excelled by Tydings &' Co. LADIES' UMBRELLAS; low, uncolored, made every day by work two days before the fire. Everything tells. May I know I am saved! Cer

'.1! J :' and are Mrs. S. R. Pyles and kept on. Ice. 30 was lost. Mr. Farris brought tainly. Shall I be happy? Read Isaiah '-

just what the I ladies want to beau- P P. P., Pleasant Purgative- Pellets, BLACKAND cents a pound. W. C. Jeffords.SOMETHING his wife home to her people at Santos, 26:3.:

contain no calomel. Nothing better. and will return in a few days and begin Come to' the Gospel Mission, one
tify their table. The prices are Price 15 cents. Tydings ,& Co. NEW the battle over again. door south of French Bakery. Ser

low to suit the times. THELEADINC vices each Sunday at 11 o'clock. Tuesday .;
Our Queen Anne Hair Tonic has
We want more lady depositors and Biliousness Is a condition characterized evenings at 7:30.
been greatly improved and the phe- COLORS
M. FISHEL. nomenal sale continues. Tydings & have bought some new pass books to by a disturbance of the digestive Ocala Gospel Mission.
fit their card
r little
cases. They are
S Co. NEW SPRING GOODS organs. The stomach is debilitated, '
beauties. Call and them.: All information
see -1
Ocala FloridaYOUR the liver torpid, the bowels const OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS -
Ladies' ready trimmed Hats Just ar about opening and keepinga \
rived. Stylish and cheap. Also Underwear J. bank account given with pleasure pated. There is a loathing of food,, TuesdayF.

--- i and Dry Goods. A few Fea. Munroe &. Chamteliss. Bankers. pains in the bowels, dizziness, coated -
EYES ther Pillows at cost. At Frost's New tongue.and vomiting, first of the undigested !- E. Lowenstein, Atlanta; Lou Haley '

Need attention. We will test them i, Store. --- -.-- FOR RENT IN THIRD WARD city; W. M. Scott North Carolina 1*
or partly digested food and
; J. H. Higbee. Waldo, Fla.; W.

free and for only make Satisfaction a reasonable H. & W. B. Drew & Bro., stationers In the mayor's court yesterday Six room house (large bath room), then of bile. Chamberlain's Stomachand 0. Harter, Chattanooga; Miss Maggie
charge glasses.
anteed. Ocala Music Co.guar. and printers) of Jacksonville, did not morning three negro men were arraigned in third ward, house newly kalsomined Liver Tablets allay the disturbances -! Frayelle Fay, N. C.; Stockton Broom,

lose their printing plant, but lost their for being drunk and disorderly. and will be painted for permanent of the stomach and create a.. Quincy, Fla.; J. B. Cutler, Gaines

store.. They are again ready for. bus- Chas. Reid was released on condi- tenant; has city and well water, large ville. Fla.; M. A. Reich, Savannah;
Bahama from the Northern Wood
tion that he would leave town and healthy appetite. They also tone
iness. up W. J. Hopkins, Philadelphia B. R.
yard, plenty of shade high and dry. ;
ire la P/ny-B&taun,the : cure for coada.:
Henry Davis and Noah Taylor were Will rent to right party cheap. Gil- the liver to a healthy action and regulate -. Hinson, Rock Springs; Will Tydings, 3'

HERMITAGE DAIRY Those famous little pills, DeWitt's fined $1 each and costs. This morning len, at Star Office. Hours, up to 6' p.: the bowels. Try them and :;ou city; D. Kahnweiler, Savannah; W.
Little Early Risers will remove all impurities Benjamin Louis, of Spring- Park also / M. Brooks, Floral City. .
m. ,
from your system, cleanse colored, was fined $2 and costs ,for are'certain to be much pleased with 1
Sweet Cream Ice
the year Separator round. Sweet Milk kept aerated on your bowels, make them regular. AntiMonopoly drunkenness. He had two dollars on FOR SALE OR'RENT the result For sale by the AntiMonopoly "It is with a good deal of pleasure :. 1
his and several bundles of merchandise
and cooled to take out the animal heat Drugstore. Drugstore.CHILDREN'S and satisfaction. that I recommend
purchased yesterday. He
improving its flavor and keeping qualities. Ayd Fishflsh. the Syrian, who has paid in the cash and left the goods as ? Desirable residences and cottages in Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Dlar- -. '"
Geo. B. Tyler. different parts of the city, almost GOLF TOURNAMENTOn ,-..
: kept the small store west of the security for the fine. any rhoea Remedy," says Druggist A. W. :
size or style desired for rent will
Box 821, Ocala. Fla. since he was burned out in the and ,
sell on .most advantageous terms. Saturday afternoon, at 3:30: Sawtelle, of Hartford, Conn. "A lady __-
Acme Hotel Fire has closed out his Boys Who Are Away at school
YELLOW FELLOW business and will go to Tallahassee.The should have a sure remedy for sudden Have you property to rent, or do you a tournament for the children will be customer, seeing the remedy exposed -r 'j
desire to rent property either case, held at the Ocala Heights Golf Links.It <'
attacks of cramps, diarrhoea or dysentery for sale on my show case, said to me: >
\Yc have just received samples .otlu greatest skin specialist in America pply to S. D. Moody, in city building. is anticipated that a number of the .f1
and an hour's delay in cases of 'I really believe that medicine saved ; -
Stearns and Syracuse bicycles. originated the formula for Banner younger members of the "beauty and
this kind often leads to serious
Ocala Music Co. Salve. For all skin diseases, all cutsor sults. Parents should supply their re- Pyny-Balaam Relieves Right Away chivalry" of Ocala will participate In my life the past summer while at the

sores, and for piles, It's the most with Pain-Killer which Is simple, and makes a needy end coughs and coldt this event, which will be most interesting shore,' and she became so enthusiasticover
sons ,
I Know One Sure Remedy healing medicine. Beware of substi- safe and sure. One dose rarely fails to all who have the privilege of Its merits that I at once mad up
for an obetiaite cold. Its name U Pynl.&l1l&m. tutes. Anti-Mnopoly Drugstore. NEW PIANO FOR RENT OR SALE witnessing it. Tea will be served by
: to bring relief from any bowel complaint the ladies of the club. my mind to recommend It In the fu

;: SERVANTS FURNISHED Keep chicken coops and dog ken. There is but one Pain-Killer, A fine new Kingsbury Piano for rentor ture. Recently a gentleman came into
Davis'. Price 25c. and 50c.
nels free from lice. Use Creoleum. Perry for sale. Terms easy. Apply at Clay and Whippoorwill seed peas at m/ store so overcome with colic pains

;Those wishing to secure: servants, Liquid or powaer. Sold at the Anti- FOR RENT-A BARGAIN this office. the John McCarthy Store. that he sank at once to the floor. I
can do so by applying to N. A. HHrity. Monopoly Drugstore. Also kills lice ....
Try Metto at the soda fount of the gave him a dose of this remedy, which I
Box 1000. 25 cents will be on dogs. Miss Miriam H. Pasteur has been
charged for the service. Two-story house of eight rooms and .re-elected, at Bartow, to the position Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. A true heped him. I repeated the dose and i -
Vincent Moody, who has been ill 30 and tonic, made from the Florida .
bath newly
; freshly painted paper of principal of the ninth grade in Sum in fifteen 'minutes he left my store,
long, and was brought home from St. Valuable for kidney trouble.
BEAUTIFUL WHIST PRIZES ed. A bargain for the right party. merlin Institute. Miss Pasteur likes smilingly informing me that he felt as
Petersburg ten days was on the
ago Corner South Second and Pine Sts.
her work in the Institute very much Lamps, in pretty fancy designs, well as Sold by AntiMonopoly
Some beautiful heavy rolIM plate street yesterday for the first time Address Box 881, city. 5-7-6t
and is popular with both the faculty
since his illness.Hammocks new pictures, new and attractive -
fancy ink stands, prettily enimclod in and pupils. Drugstore.
toilet sets at
& Mac-
Pants, $1, worth double; boy:; Suits,
colors, fully warranted the most beautiful in all grades and styie.s, Kay's.
goods of their kind ever seen in $1.25; youth's Coat, Vest and Pants, Miss Florence Newman, who has
stools iota and .
camp : :: pillows plain IsW Lot Matting
tho city, very appropriate for,presents with fancy covers, lawn seats. etc., $2.75 suit. Don't fail to come and see.Frost's been a great sufferer from muscular "I have been troubled with indigestion qA Ju..t Arrived. Good

o'r prize just: arrived. The Ocala Just! received at Mclver & MacKay's.Try New Store. rheumatism, says Chamberlain's .Pain for ten years, have tried many quality. Cot ton

Ntvs ('0. Ice Cream Freezers in all sizes, beginning Balm is the only remedy that affords things and spent much money to no ?w 4r warp. Special prices -

the new remedy for costlveness.Chamberlain's purpose until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia while it la t -
with "The Baby, a cute little
her relief. Miss Newman is much
NEW RECORDS a Cure. I have taken two bottles and
18. 20. 25, 80 and 85cn
Stomach and Liver freezer of a pint capacity, which will
respected resident of the village of gotten; more relief from them than all r1 ) s per yard. -:-
freeze in five minutes at Mc-
cream ,
A number of now and popular Columbia Tablets.' Every box guaranteed. Price, other medicines taken. I feel
more WindowShadesst
Iver & :MacKay's. Gray, N. Y., and makes this statementfor ,
Graphophono Records just received. 25 cents. For sale by the AntiMonopoly the benefit of others similarly af like a boy than I have felt In twenty I( 15. 2.5! 85 cents and ,

Some of the latest airs in this Drugstore.Mrs. If you need anything in the's year"Anderson Riggs: of Sunny up. CALL AND SSE THEM.

lot. OcU Music Co. line, notify the Model Bakery, at their flicted. This liniment is for sale by Lane TeL Thousands! have testified

t'r.1 Sidney J. Bowie, of Annistou new quarters, between laundry and I the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. u did Mr. Riggs. Anti-Monopoly Drueator OCALAFURNITURECOMPANYOCALA -

Spring coughs arc specially (lan Ala.. came down yesterday, in response market and same will be delivered to *. .
ou" and unless cured at onee, serious to a telegram stating that her your residence. The finest line of Alligator Pocket HOUSE BARBER SHOP

results often follow. Ont Minute mother Mrs. Books in the city at Burnett's. A nice line of all Key West cigars, '
Etheridge was ser1ousiyIll.
Cough Cure acts like magic. It is nota The Seaboard Air Line Railroad will In' five and ten cent goods. Also Pathfinder The Ocala House Barber Shop lo
She was accompanied by Mrs.Ethel"ldge's Well appointed tables, good service,
common mixture, but i Is a high grad niece Miss Agnes Couch. give a one fare rate to New Orleans! prompt attention and good cooking at Dixie Girl, MartIn Best and cated in the middle of the front of the
other brands of cigars and cigarettesAt hotel, offers the best service in its
remedy. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Mrs. Etheridge is somewhat better to- for the round trip, account of the Sou- the Railroad Restaurant.
day. hern Baptist Convention. May !9 to the Ocala News Company's store."I line of any place in the city. Comp*

FOR SALE IC, tickets: on sale 8 lend 9. Limits Miss Mamie Smith, Middlesboro, tent and skilled workmen and court

Thomas :Maple, Dirkbeck. 111., writes: may be obtained, if desired to return Ky., writes: "My little sister had the had a running sore on my breast ous treatment Geo. F. WiUiams,
Lot in 2d! ward size 171 feet north for says'Henry R. Rich. .
had. I her several over a year, Proprietor.Pyn
"I had a very bad case of kidney trouble as late as June 5th. crqup very gave
and south. 210 feet east and west: one ards of N. Y. "and tried
and my back pained me so I could* doses of .Foley's Honey and Tar, and ; Willseyville, ,
two story house six rooms; and oneonestory not straighten up. The doctor's treatment Mr. F. D. Arnold. Arnold la., writes: she was instantly relieved. It saved a great many remedies, but got no relief jr-Blm Stop the Tickling:

house. Grapes and fruit did me no good. Saw Foley'sKId' He was troubled with kidney disease her life." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. unti I used Banner Salve. After and qnkUy*&*/ iaiUffiinaUoc ia tin tiioet

trct> Beautiful flower yard. Good about hree years. Had to get up several using one-half box, I was perfectly
Cure advertised and took
ey one Fresh bread, rolls, etc., baked daily
for cash. .
well of water. Cheap times during the night, but three cured. I cannot recommend it too CLOCKSA
bottle, which cured me and I have not
J. D. Williams. and delivered by notifying the Model "
further particulars appl3'to i highly. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.The .
bottles of Cure effected
Foley's Kidney
been affected since. I gladly recom beautiful line of Clocks Just re
lock Box 883, Ocala, Fla. I Bakery, between laundry and city mar-
a complete cure, he feels better than
-- mend this remedy. Anti-Monopoly ket. Seaboard Air Line is operating eel red. Ocala Music Co.
I ICriendi
he ever did and recommends it to his
STORE FOR RENT the only through sleeper between
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. If you are sick all over, and don't Jacksonville and New York. Cure -
Foley's Kidney
Ed Hoffman has severed his connection know just what ails you, it's ten to one .
The store room west of square now with A. E. Burnett, the jeweler. Bi-sulphlde of carbon, to kill weevils and bladder right. -;
Charles will your kidneys are out of order. Foley'tSidney Skin troubles, cuts, burns, scalds makes kidneys '
by Peyser, and all life in
being occupied insect corn or seed
and will shortly leave for Jacksonville
Cure will bring you health and and chafing quickly heal by the use ofDeWitt's Jj
be vacant and for rent on July 1. Apply of any kind; sold in any quantity: by <
to accept a position with the energy. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Witch Hazel Salve. It is im Old newspapers for sale by the i
to Mr. Peyser.KWNEflISEASES Tydings & Co. '
.. Jacksonville Hardwood Company.
Ocala News Co.
., i itated. Be sure you get DeWitt's. AntiMonopoly

Geo. C. Hickock, Curtiss Wis r George Tyler proprietor of the Her PROFESSIONAL CARDSR. Drugstore.Call Japanese paper napkins at the Ocala J.

mitage Daisy, who has been ill for the News Co. >
Kidney Cure has been
says: "Foley's
on S. D. Moody, agent for the
tested and found to be all you claim past three months has sufficiently recovered D. FULLER Fidelity & Casualty Co., of New York, "Last winter 1 was confined to my "
for It. I have given it to my father i to take charge of his wagonin and investigate the company's new bed with a very bad cold on the longs. -1

1 and It is the only thing that ever person and attend to delivering the DENTIST health insurance policy, covering thir Nothing gave me relief. Finally my

fatal of all diseaseS helped him." Anti-Monopoly Drug- milk."h> Office Over Munroe & Chambliss Bank ty.five or more diseases of this cli- wife bought a bottle of One Minute
the most Cough Cure that effected a speedy
are store.
Call on J. C. Maughs city ticket mate, among them typhoid, typho-ma-
Plant Ocala House OCALA, FLA. cure. I cannot speak too highly of :'e
agent System for lanai, intermittent and remittent fevers -
Do not wait for hot. dry weather to tickets via the Plait System to all so common in the South. that excellent remedy,"-Mr. T. K. 4

KIDNEY CURE hi plant Roses. A good variety at the points in Florida and the North. Best Houseman Manatawney, Pa. AntiMonopoly .J

'FOLEY'S Greenhouse.A time closest connection, superb ser J. E. CHACE You will waste time if you try to Drugstore. .,

I Guarantee Remedyor vice. Complete miormatlon be cure Indigestion dyspepsia by starring -
fine line of Clothing. all new and may DENTAL SURGEON Straw Hats, new and stylish, for -
obtained, also literature, folders andmaps yourself. That only makes it '
nobby styles. Just arrived at prices I men, boys and children. Call and sea :oj

money refunded. Contains that will astonish you, at Frost's New and hotel of the accommodations.The most popular resort. points Office Upstairs Commercial Bank.Bldg always worse when need you plenty do of eat good heartily food properly You them. Also fine Crush Hats, 60 cents '::j

eminent Store. each. At Frost's. New Store. ..Ii
remedies recognized by Ocala, Fla. digested. Kodol Dyspepsia Cureis

the best for You cannot enjoy perfect health, Anti-Monopoly Drug Store Is .- the result of years of scientific research Roach traps, mice traps and fly pa j
as keeping in the front ranks for refreshing
physicians rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes if your TERMS CASHFoley's for something that would digest per, at the Ocala News Co.

4 Kidney and Bladder troubles. liver is sluggish and your bowgls and invigorating soda water not only some elments of food
: clogged. DeWitt's Little Early Risers Limeades now on sale. but every kind. And It is the one remedy
PRICE 5Oc. nd $1.00. Tar Foley's Honeys Tar
cleanse the whole system. They never Carrom boards and crokinole boards. Honey end that will do It. Anti-Monopoly i

Antl' Jonopoly Drugstore Ocala Fla. gripe. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore., Ocala News Co. 'cures colds, preVents plJeul1l01Jf Drugstore. I $erckMrMs&fesure, Nop1 .

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Volume VI OCALA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MAY 8 1901 Number 277 : -:

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city council held a regular ses ,-JAT'

sion last night with all members present sLeather the Leading .
except Col. Livingston, who is in THE CITY MARKET j
buy coffee by the pound, but South Carolina and G. A. Carmichael this SeasonAt

YOU is not the true way to reckonits who in Arkansas.Ford & Hiller asked for the S4.00 Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchers :

privilege of erecting telephone poles
from the city limits to their office, on "
cost. That is not the real way which to place wires for their new We have a line of Men's Shoes mad '

telephone line, to be built from Ocalato of this popular material. DAY 1n

in which you pay for it. You pay for it Early Bird. The request was grant- They are built on the Regent Style, CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS t:

ed.On motion of Mr. Helvenston the with slight extension edge, and outside .

Iby the liquid measure of the coffee pot. clerk was authorized to pay one half swing, with "Levor mat kid" top, and Celery and All Other Vegetables In Seaton '
of the bill Incurred the in
by county
I kid top stay. The Sole is GoodyearWelt
I entertaining the late United States m
sewed practically
To secure proper strength, it may take court in Ocala.
The matter of draining Taylor's Altogether a very snappy and desirable .-
pond was left in the hands of the sani- Shoe.
twice as much of one kind as of another. tary committee as that body seems to J. M. NEELY, G2 sac2cacEsaoocas2s2.sas2cacaoaasE52 cacaoSu
be doing so well with the work. )

Coffees vary. Thus, a pound of Chase & tery Mr.committee Owens, chairman reported of that the he ceme could Ocala, Fla. n A Conoenienee A checking > n

put the city cemetery in good condition
Sanborn's Seal Brand has beverage-pro for $10. MRS. HOCKER INJUREDMrs. rn count with a -

The The officers'usual bills salaries were ordered paid.paid. Hocker sustained very painful Bank is a great convenience; not only to the business
: ducing value equal to two or three poundsof The reports of the different city officers thrown Injuries from yesterday her buggy.afternoon She by and being her I and professional, but to the women as well.;
for the month of April were read
and referred to their respective com daughter were out driving. The horse More people would keep such accounts if they knew
ordinary coffee. This makes it the cheapest mittees. became frightened and ran away,

Two -ordinances were introduced, turned down the street in front'ofTydings' just how to go about it. We gladly assist nose -
drugstore and passed closeto
coffee in the world. In i-lb. andlb.. Tin one of them providing for the openingof that establishment that the buggy who need help in getting started. .
North Third
street West, from theS.
Cans(air tight). wheel struck the hitching post. The
S. & W. depot to the city limits
: Other high grades b on concussion overturned the buggy and
west side and the other regulatingthe
: colored
richly parchment
threw Mrs. Hocker out, on the street ,
bags(moisture proof hours for keeping the city market
side, her daughter falling on top of
open as follows: From 5 a. m. to 8 OCALA, FLORIDA.
her. Mrs. Hooker's ankle
was severely
p. m. during the months of October, I .
and she sustained other
November December January February S' SaS7C7C7CaS7C7CJCC7CaC7C7S
painful brusises. Miss ,Hocker was
March and April, and from 5
a. m.
not injured in the least. Mrs. Hocker
to 1 p. m. and 5 p. m. to 8 p. m. duringthe
had almost miraculous froma
months of May, June, July
August horrible death and those who wit
-- - -- -
and September. Both passed first
nessed the accident feared at first that
.. -- I reading and were referred to the ju
IMPORTANT NOTICE. diciary committee. she was very seriously hurt. NOTICE OF REMOVAL.I

.cr -' Election of Officers .

All persons' desiring to aid the Jacksonville Clerk L. Dozier reelected, no opposi

VV with clothing tion. + 1>slFa
sufferers money or Treasurer-S.
D. Moody present In-

: will please send them to Mayor u w cumbent, and W. T. Gary, candidates; have moved into the store lately occupiedby
Fishers store. election deferred till next meeting.Tax .

MONTEZUMA ARRIVALS d I 1I collector-W.. Clyatt, Jr., reelected r the John McCarthy Store, and hope to

I City attorney-T. E. Biggs re- share of the of friends
MondayMrs. I I elected. UNMV get a patronage my

Graham, Florida; M. 0. Over- 1 W Marshal Policemen-George-J. F. Crawford Cleveland re-elected., re- & V i 1 (iNDI and the public in general for Gents' FUr- '

street, Plymouth: J. J. Tills wife 1 ( I elected, no opposition. S. E. Rowe was

and. son, Medill; W. C. Doolittle, 0. succeeded by former policeman H. G. nishing Goods Clothing Hats and Shoes
M. Gale, Belleview; E. C. McLeod McDavid, who did not seek the office, ;

Kendrick; B. I. Freymouth Kendrick; either. also Goods and Notions Ladies and
R. R. Carroll, city; W. J. Nelson, Electric light superintendent R. Dry kChildren's

Dunnellon; J.' F. McNott, Tampa; If.1 I NO USE TALKING Engleby reelected.Fire 1
W. Long, Martel; W. J. Edwards, chief-W. C. Bull reelected.No Hats. Respectfully
city; J. W. Morris, Selma Ala.; V. People know our Ice cream. They opposition to either of the
C. Talbot Louisville, Ky.; S. H. know it's good and they know it's last mentioned.
hitch, Blitchton. I, wholesome. It's refreshing, too, and Council then adjourned. > young men know that up-to-date :R. FROST.LUMBER .

Tuesday .( not expensive. The great difference is young maids read our ads and eat. our
caused by the use of pure cream and candy.
W. J. Edwards, city D. A. Clark BEWARE OF A COUGHA
; the handling of it in proper style.. Delicious in summer as jn winter,
Martel W. E. Allen McIntosh Mrs.,
; ; I
and made
to sweeten the eater and
Our Ice Cream Pleases
Barber Florida. cough is not a disease, but a symp preserve the giver in sugared memory.Do .

WHEN NATURE Because it's Good tom... Consumption and bronchitis not fail to call when near us; FOR SALE
write or telephone us when you're
are most dangerous and fatal
Needs assistance it may be best to away. Mail orders promptly filled. ,
lender it promptly, but one '( diseases, have for their first Indication
member to use even the I'i a persistent cough, and if properly .

remedies only when needed. The best ; Yesterday being the fourth birthdayof treated as soon as this cough appears Air-dried, Flooring, Ceiling and Siding; $n per thousandf.
and most simple and gentle'remedy 1% little her THE GREAT SCOURGEOf .
tho Syrup of Figs, manufactured by Mrs. A. H.Gladys White,White invited in a mother.number t are easily cured. Chamberlain's modern times is consumption.Many o. b. Ocala. All kinds of Bill Stuff cut to.order.

the California Fig Syrup Company. !I I of little friends' in the afternoon and Cough Remedy has proven wonder- cures and discoveries from timeto I

I gave the little girl a tea party. Games fully successful, and gained its wide time are published, but Foley's Crate Material Cantaloupe .
A lot of plain white bowls and pitchers were played and the dainty refresh reputation and extensive sale by its Honey and Tar does truthfully claimto ,

:, bowl and pitcher sold separately ments eaten with a relish, and the chile success in curing the diseases which cure all cases in the early stages and Cabbage Crates a Specialty.
If desired, $1 each. Ocala, News Co. dren enjoyed the occasion as only children and always affords comfort and reliefin
I cause coughing. If it is not beneficialit
can. the very worst cases. Take no sub
"I 1 had piles so bad 1 could get no will not cost you a cent. For sale stitutes. Antf-Monopoly Drugstore. & Smith
veil nor iiml n cure until 1 tried De- WHAT'S YOUR FACE WORTH? by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Seymour
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. After A few more bargains In Shoes. Will

using it once I"forgot I ever had any- Sometimes a fortune, but never, if PROPERTY FOR SALE sell out present stock at less than cost. 00a1a. P'l.orida.A .
... thing like Piles. -E. C. Boice. Somers Also Rain Coats. Call and see P.
Point, N. y, 1..001out for imitations. you have I a sallow complexion, a jaundiced Frost.
For the next thirty days I will offs
Be sure you ask for DeWitt's. AntiMonopoly look moth patches and blotcheson &
special bargains and most liberal ,
Drugstore the skin-all signs of Liver Trou FURNISHED HOUSESFor i
,- terms on city improved residence Choice Litie (
ble. But Dr. King's New Life Pills property. Must dispose of it, so take -
rent, two furnished
A LARGE STOCK OF WHEELS give clear skin rosy cheeks rich com advantage of the opportunity. Com nicely OFand
houses, in nice neighborhoods, in sec-
plexion. Only 25 cents at all first and see me. S. D. Moody. ond and third ward. Will rent duringthe _

class drugstores. summer. Reasonable rental to

SPECIAL NOTICE city right to S. D. Moody Trimmed Pattern Hats: -

Previous to store I of
vacating my
\\1 Y. fer the following store, office and shop Always in Stock at the only
fixtures for sale: Show cases Roch- r
:r At. a recent meeting of the local
ester lamps cabinets, large Mosler -
branch of the National Protective Legion -
safe, small safe, elegaitroll "
one one of New York and organized under FRENCH MILLINERY HOUSE
top desk and chair one Smith
the insurance laws of that state
roll top desk and chair one neostyle
D. W. Goodwin, the former local secretary -
duplicating machine, small desk, and was elected president and R. A.
0 s many other articles too numerous to Hall secretary. This is a fraternal order A Select Assortment of Import. d
mention. Call at store.
', 'r my on the insurance plan and pays
'F. Charles Peyser. $15 per week for sickness or other Patterns and Exclusive Style .'.

/ t, f fl r disability, and a dividend every five
N I WAYERLEY BICYCLEIn u1v-+] years. It has paid to its Ocala memo You will find Elegance and Sityle

l bers nearly $2000 in the past seven
good condition, $14.99.
Ocala Music Cu. months 4 in dividends. Members are Combined. Respectful *'y V '.
THE "DON'T RIDE" MAN THE SERVICESOf received without regard to sex, race ;

May be hard) to convince, but if he will NOTICETo a competent undertaker relieves or creed; in fact. the membership is a chance to,point out the merits relatives and friends of all attentionto mostly white. All of its important officers Mrs..LT. TompkinsOPPOSITE
all whom it Take
of may concern: are bonded. Inquire at either
notice that the power of attorney giv- bank regarding checks cashed by
The Cleveland
BicycleHe We can be entrusted with full con
en by me to Albertus Vogt, of Dunnel- them. LID DON'S STABLES.
la In a fair way of enjoying thy lon, Florida, on the 27th day of April trol of all funeral arrangements, and -

pleasures of riding this season. This 1900, and recorded in Book "E. Page will carry out instructions satisfactorily. Pink and white rooted Rose Cut-
wheel is constructed of the best material 613, on the 11th day of May 1900 has I Our long experience enables us to tings from the soil 20 for one dollar at
knqwn to the maker. It is light been revoked and canceled of record. perform our duties without inconvenience the Greenhouse. Meat
easy running and very strong. This May 6th, to the living. Florida and Western
Men's and women's wheels of 1901.Harriet The
other E. Crocker, best service at nominal ex Fruit jars pints, quarts and two

makes At very low prices. By L. S. Beck, Attorney. pense. quarts, a big lot on hand when you

OCALA BICYCLE CO. Ocala Marion county, Florida. OCALA FURNITURE CO. need them. The Ocala News Co.


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a a J. Monday D. Cook AfternoonMrs. was allowed $200 "t tl

f widow's exemption on taxes for 1900. }<7::: -
Mrs, R. F.. Luffman made the same t
claim, but it was shown it had already : _
t Dyspepsia Cure been allowed.T. .

W. Hood of Dunnellon appeared :, ,
and asked that an order be DIrANIAIIPNy :; if .
Digests what you eat., : granted him on tax collector for ;

artificially digests the food and aids I amount due his town on road tax account t. .,
;u Nature in strengthening and recon Mr. Allen said the: town had j
: structing the exhausted digestive or : agreed to let five years' road: tax stand ,I ._ .
gans. Itisthelatestdiscovered digest- on' account of assistance in buildingthe .
ant and tonic. No other preparation bridge and that the county onlw ure ,: '. .
can approach it in emcl ncy. It instantly owed them the taxes for 1899 and 1900. I I c. _
relieves and permanently cures He was requested to see the collectorand j c
Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn ask him for the statement, as tin i i :

Flatulence SickIleadacheGastralgiaCramps Sour Stomach Nausea ands board on had the no collector.authority Of to give course an the order C''

all other results Imperfect digestion. obliging collector waited on Captain

Price Me.a nd tl. Large'sfce contains 254! lima ,Hood.J. .
onallslze:Book all aboutdjspepsla mailed fret F. Simpson of Weirsdale' appeared -

Prtwred by E.C.OaWIT1*A CO Chicago-. in regard to fees across -;:. ;
Starke's ferry for his two horse team. ;. ;
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. I '.'
He was charged 40 cents when the toll ': .: ;.
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is only 20 cents. Clerk was orderedto .,, -
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. send authorized ferry rates to ferry .:.'<. jf.' '- .

::2 Runs Through Cars man.Petition to locate Ocala and Cotton i

Plant road on original location from Is UIJARANTEED :- i,
To Pensacola, Mobile and New Or railroad crossing to Grace's mill was If I

leans. ordered. If I f
To Birmingham, Nashville and St. Messrs. H. A. Ford and J. M. Barco 1

Louis. appeared and asked permission to locate '. 7

To Louisville Cincinnati, Evansville a telephone line along public roadto SOLD BY THE ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA. v t
and to Chicago without change. Cotton Plant and Early Bird. It
was granted. Mr. Ford said he only 1
For rates, sleeping reservations, --- -----
; car
tF ; asked a privilege, not a right; that the I
;: etc., call on or write day. As it is now the miserable mail
line would be a help to the trade of -
B. H. HOPKINS, Ocala, as any one could use it in emer- facilities with Ocala are.,such as to McIVER & MacKAYLe I

Florida Passenger Agent gency and especially the merchants, drive the trade to Gainesville. On mo- .
who could telephone in their orders tion of Long, request was granted."Uncle" .
:i-: 206 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. in the morning and get goods the same
Jim Driggers, of Stanton, ding Furniture Dealers of Jll E
appeared and asked to be put on the I, ",

; state pension list, as he had been sick .. .
I- for three or four months and was no
longer able to work. Mr. Long told Central and South Florida \ I

DRI FE.UNER'SF him to wait for the passage of the ew .
. :':: pension bill and then he would haveno .

F., Mi: Dampier of. Citrus county, t
mi0 asked for reduction on lands near AL'"t:
Rock Springs but as land was assessed ,
For Coughs, Colds, Grip or as' unknown he must hunt up '. B. :"l
h H the holder.
0 n e Y. "Cold" in ANY PART of body. The city of Ocala failed to live up ERS A LARGE AMOUNT._ OUR ASSORTMENT OF GOODS IS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. CALL >._- !

to its agreement. with the county in .t.
For a whole year 1 could do no work and the matter of dividing the expenseof '
+ .K'd and B Backache k h walked only by.holding on to a chair. I doc- holding the term of U.. S. court in i
idney I tored with no relief.lour different The use physicians of two bottles but received of- Ocala. The bill was $59.75 and the IN ADDITION TO FURNITURE, WE' HAVE THE FAMOUS STANDARD SEWING MACHINE. WHICH -l! '

Dr. 'Fenner's Kidney and Backache Cure city sent $18 worth of scrip when it
gave me a perfect cure. J,M. MchlhrEV. should have paid $29.88. Clerk Sis- i E

GEYEVA.CrawfordCo.Pa..Juoa18l000.Three trunk ordered the municipal .
was to cow -

Blood d and d Liver I r Erysipelas years and ago blood I poUon bad a,severe breaking attack out on of lion. in its'den.Mr. Harness Etc. '
tny Lead and face. attended R. C. Johnson, several milesnorth Wag9ns Buggies
me for several months result.: I then of town, appeared and presented ,
took 3 bottles of Dr. Fenner's Blood and .
bill for for material used in
a $150
Tonic Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic and secured
Remedy and N onto r I a complete cure. FRAXK HARKMAK. the construction of the Ocala and McIntosh WE HAVE THE ONLY UP TO DATE STOCK OF WAGONS, BUGGIES AND, SUPPLIES FOR SAME,

Great Blood Cleansing Remedy for Spring.) MIDDLEBOKO,Ky.,Sept.'1.1000.lea.da.ches. ROBES, ETC., IN TOWN. KINDS. "' : ,
is his wont this -
] ,Constipa.t1on,Tired," Nervous.) My wife has suffered long with dyspepsia. on matters of kind gota PER PAINTS AND OILS. *
-- **, I tried all of the pepsin preparations and all bushel of fun out of it, inasmuch as
j jof my own prescriptions without avail. I Mr. Johnson had never appeared before COMPLETE UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS DEPARTMENT ENTIRE SEPARATE. '

Cure finally aiiu prescribed the use of effected Fenner's a cure.Dyspepsia Many and asked for pay: for right of WRITE TO OR CALL ON ., ? l
Dyspepsia Gun:other similar cases that have come under my way or material used and said he .4 ,
; P I observation have been cured by his Dys- never would, but times change and sod
pepsia ('ure. Dr.F.J.LEBAKGOOD. ..dg
men change their minds. Commissioner MclVER AND MACKAY OCALA FLORIDA
:My Dear Dr.Fenner. Fredonla,N. Y. McLeod had said the same ?ll
1 I have used Dr,Fenner's Golden Relief for
I many years for the diseases and accidents thins for Mr. Johnson, so Mr. Allen THE PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHING .
for which it i te advertised and have found itO produced great laughter, when McLeod

G I d e n R e II I I of fl fully equal to all Presiding you claim Elder- J.for BOYD Church.ESPY, came son's bill forward and said and 'championed it should' be John-paid charm. If boats desire to pass, the I
Used for Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Old Sores by remarking that Johnson must have flat is unhooked and pushed aside and The Only Solid Daily Limited Trains
Sprains, Colds, Grip, Sore Throat, Colic, been "scratching" McLeod's back, as the channel is open. And withal the!
Dysentery Bowel Troubles it is unfailing. Me had all along been so persistent
reasonableness of the bill surprisedthe :
". Akron,Ohio,Jan 8,1900. in his opposition to paying persons for board, which in cases of this kindis -

SI .. Vitus'I Dance Dr"14o J.JI.have FEANER Bold.many FredontaN.dozens Y.of your St. Vitus' Dance material used in making hard roads. a rare.. occurrence. .. > ,
Specific and every CUM;has been cured by it. it has proved Mr. Johnson said he never would 4 From JacksonvilleTo -
a be! sine!:? hf>r(>." ALLEN'.AKK DRl'G CO. ,a.
; have asked pay but that the proposed .. .
s Ask your druggist for Almanac for 1901 containing descriptions of the Remedies and Anthony road instead of making WHITE MAN TURNED YELLOW -
Certificates of the most remarkable cures ever achieved by medicine. : ; a
r short cut and coming near him, had -
For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and all other leading drugstoresp gone way beyond him. But if this bill Great consternation was felt by the

..... was paid he'would continue to give allm:1t.CTial1Jeeded friends of M. A. Hogarty of Lexington
: from his place for the Washington Baltimore New York] r
Ky., when they saw he was turning '
Anthony road and any other roads the
< TORTURE county would build contiguous to his yellow. His skin slowly changed
?a place for all time to come. The bill color, also his eyes, and he suffered Au

".. 9 was settled. terribly. His malady was Yellow Jaun ISeaboard Afrline
i. ? Mrs. Y. Hicks, of West's Mill near dice. He was treated by the best doc R.ijlway
: the dangers and dis Summerfield. in company with Mr.
tors, but without relief. Then he was
BESIDES of Blood; Dis- .Tno. R. Proctor, appeared in behalf of ,
r Sue Acres or Burch, a young idiot negro advised to try Electric Bitters, the .
the and Itch- #
Burning LEAVE JACKSONVILLE 10:20 A. M. AND 7:45XP.: M. -,, -4
girl whose mother was dead and wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy, "-
ing Skin Eruptions are
no one to care for her encumberedwith
and he writes: "After taking two bottles -
the most acute tortures. The an illegitimate child. The board .
-f I was wholly cured." A trial ALL POINTS NORTH_ AND EAST, -'. 4r
strongest systems soon collapse granted an order for mother and childto '& /Oo, :
under such agonies. enter the poor farm. proves its matchless merit for all Via Richmond, the, Capital of the late Confederacy, Savannah, Columbia,' -
Countess Equeville, near Summer. Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles. >" < I'
11 Camden, Pinehurst, Southern Pines. ? _
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(Wppmaa's Great F field sent word that when the child Only 25: cents. Sold by all first class / -

PT P. Remedy) Is a safe y : was a year old she would adopt it. druggists. .. THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPER, TO NEW ORLEANS,' .' >_;;. ;*
t and certain cure for L W. S. Priest asked that a lot he THROUGH PULLMAN SPACE TO OLD POINT COMFORT, ;
owned Citra be reduced in '
near vainw '
every Skin Disease, whether torturing from $250 to $50 the same as last year.It WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC. OCEAN VIEW, VIRGINIA BEACH' NORFOLK. -:=.:

disfiguring, humiliating, I was done. For sleeping car reservations and further information apply to City -
stock of
We have the most complete
itching, burning, bleeding scaly, J The following persons were bonded: Wagons, Buggies Carriages, etc., in Ticket Office Merchants' Block Ocala. Fla., or to Y

pimply or blotchy-in fact, from A. S. MeKenney, of Stanton, notary. the centra part of the state, and our R. E. L Bunch, Gen. Pass. Agt, A. O. MacDonell Asst Gen. Pass. Agt.,
Sureties-R, A. Kelsy and Van Kelsy.W. .
t pimples to the most distressing r S. S. Allsop. of Weirsdale no facilities for supplying your wants are Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville Fla. '-.
ecemas-and every humor of the second to none. We make a specialtyof -
tary. Sureties-R. G. Allsop and J. -w ---- ---
blood, whether simple, scrofulous F. Simpson. Lumber and Turpentine Supplier,
including heavy wagons, of which we
=- : or hereditary. ,r W. P. Williamson, Lake Kerr. to
have a big stock, harness, etc. All
.. Purifies the blood carry rifle. Sureties-J. P. Gallowayand kinds of fancy.*nght vehicles, harness ;
':.,.- P. J P JL t builds the weak Inspector Jas. Moorhead.of marks .and brands for write sallIes us, for robes prices., whips, etc. Call or e Sou1fter BaiMa 1

v'- and debilitated, I Anthony district, J. C. Baskin, to take Standley, Cranford & Co.,
;. gives strength to weakened place of S. B. Daniels, who resigned to Ocala. Fla. fcjl !
become .
nerves, expels diseases, and in postmaster.G. "
*-. W. Pendarvis, who lives on west ---- -------- J'
sures health and happiness where side of Ocklawaha river opposite DIRECT LINE AND QUICK TIME TO ;

'Hi sickness and despair once shutout ;t Moss Bluff requested permission to L. ALEXANDERPractical -
the light of life. erect a foot bridge across said WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, CINCIN '

Sold by all Druggists. $i a stream so that his children could attend NATI, LOUISVILLE, ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS, CHAT _

bottle; six ottles, $5. .... Long Lake school. The board TANOOGA, ST. LOUIS, and KANSAS, CITY, :
had no authority to grant such a permit CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful ", :. I
LIPPMAN BROTHERS, but so far as they were concernedhe AND ALL OTHER POINTS EAST AND WEST 'r' i
'. could go ahead, though at his own estimates made on all con .
Sole Proprietors, SERVICE LIKE THIS -
risk.] tract work. Gives more and better NO OTHER LINE. AFFORDS ..
LIPPMAN BLOCK, SAVANNAHOA. The board declined the offer of W. work for the money than any other '
S. Bullock to purchase the C. E. Con man in town. ; -
Sold by Anti-Monopol Drugstore Ocala Fla. nor safe for $325. Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.; <. '-': \ .' ..;
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On motion of Mr. Liddell, the high ,. STATES FAST MAIL:2' : 2-
desk in the county surveyor's office, J J. A. COLYER & BROTHERSUITS .' -'
i n 3'Gr ti'C
the property of the county is to be ': < Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.; -'':- iI
turned over to County Assessor Ayer.A. : ."f:'::' -
Nine HEIBINE.Tenths B. Albritton presented bond to FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP -' ." '
= carry a Winchester but it was not Jesup .;I. ,; "
approved because not made out according .-;;'-, 'i ',- '
: -- .._:--.-. -----,- ----'*'. ..-"--"_.! to law. Material Unequalled for the Price Via Jesup; .
Bill of Justice E. S. Smith of Fair- :r-.

field approved for $8.33 on case of Vestibuled Trains Pullman Drawlngroonx Sleeping Cars; Elegant
of Pure, Juices from Natural Roots. Felish Sanders for stealing hogs. The CLEANING DYEING AND REPAIR Through ; '- > .'!

case was transferred to district court ING NEATLY DONE Dining Cars; Through Coaches.

: all the PECULATES the liver, Stomach and Bowels, and Smith's bond of verdict Justice sustained.The J. R Wilder. of Through Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, 'Via.' ',:!t!-

PeopleSuffer n Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood Anthony. was approved. SuretiesF. Spring Samples in Great Variety for Asheville, N. C., and Knoxville, Through '"THE_ LAND OF 'THE SKY.* :[I
B. Daniels and D. A. Smith.J. Inspection :
F. Simpson, of Weirsdale. was Through Trains via Southen Railway are now operated jIn JJ

Malaria,-Biliousness t Constipation, present and gave in his bill of thirty BEST SUITS FOR THE MONEYIN connection: with the Plant System from Jacksonville. '
CURES odd dollars for removing the obstructions TOWN ," s- :::!
from a Stomach and Impaired Digestion.. in the channel of the Ocklawaha I Summer Excursion Tickets at very low rates, on sale June 1 to Sept 30, 1900, < ':'t
river at Starke's ferry and making an Our $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike
For rates, schedules and information. call on or address '<
Every Bottle Guaranteed t to Give Satisfaction t ingenious crossing over the same by .. '
DiseasedLiven anchoring the old ferry boat in the NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET W.. T. COSBY, T. P. A, 1-
JEj.AJrl.Gr3H 33OTTIJE, S11dALLD09E. channel and by staging creating abridge 9 212 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, '
Price, :;O Cents. that safely permits the passageof Next Door to Geo. K. Robinson, the .
teams, etc. The idea is originaland Cotton BuyerP. v
;:" Prepared by JAMES F. BALLARD. St Louis. Mo, belongs to Mr. Simpson who putit .Traffic Manager Gen.- Pass. Agt., Afist G. P. A., .-
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