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.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
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v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).

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Monthly Deliberations of Marion's Home Players in Bad Shape to MeetSt. f% Family of Colored People Lose

Fresh Evaporated Apples. Prunes, Five \Vise MenThe SCHOOL Augustine's Splendid Nine-It Their Team and Nearly Lose

and Peaches Prices very low. Takes a Firstrate Team to Their Lives ,
county commissioners began :
Beat Ocala
-ALSO-. their monthly meeting Monday. All a ,July 25th was the day of the big

the members were present. The game yesterday afternoon be- Plant System excursion to Ocala and
Junkets, and a }'ull and CompleteLine Captain Webb of the Kendrick TAME MAAIt tween St. Augustine and Ocala nines, brought many people! in from the country -

of Canned Meats. 1Ac was a victory for the Ancient City's In in private teams, among them Mary
Lime Works was present and asked uidSatisfy team, the score being 7 to 9. Nine full \' McLeod and husban4. and Joe, the
the basis of land assessments. Mr. innings were played, and if nothing \ driver of one of Gordon & Davis' tur-

Fresh Ralston Breakfast Food. Long said they were on the basis of the parent else, the game was a lively and spirited Nf\1 pentine teams, east of the raging Ock-
tt.. --/ and Oatmeal. their cash value. Captain Webb then please the boys one and the crowd, which was pne \ 'f\vr1. lawaha. These people, at the close of y
f Pettijohn remarked he had no more to say, although and girls. of the largest to attend this season, IMIT : the day's festivities, started back
he thought his works were as- Made hricdmnuBrfJ did plenty of cheering: The ladies I tAn home and at Sharp's Ferry, failing to
FLORIDA STRAINED HONEY sessed too high in comparison to the and children from the grand stand find the ferryman, it being dark, proceeded
value placed on the lime works at : cheered and waved the colors of the Excellent Combination.The to cross themselves. ;

Ocala.W. r Ocala team, and the rooters in the McLeod took charge of the rope and
Shoe Co.St.Louis method
pleasant and beuetici
Purina Feed for Stock. Mixed M. Davis of the turpentine foreground for the two sides kept up effects of the well kno/u drew the flat up to the approach, but
t works of Gordon & Davis, east of the failed to fasten It. The team iras
Chicken Feed, also Wheat a continuous racket with their good SYRUP OF FIGS, manufactured bj the
Ocklawaha river, appeared In behalfof SOLD ONLY BY natured guying and "spieling." CALIFORNIA Fio SYRUP Co., illustratethe driven on the flat, the animals' got on
by the Pound. the drowning of a pair of fine mulesat The Ocala boys and their friends valueof obtaining the liquid laxative and part of the wa 03, when the flat

Sharp's Ferry on the evening of the d.M.NEELYMERCHANTS' were disappointed with the result of principles of plants known to be was pushed into the stream, McLeod
Fine. 25th of July, for which he paid $350 the: game and the members of the medicinally laxative and presenting being unable to hold it. The rear of
Asparagus. Tips, Just and would not have sold them for. team say they are disgusted with them In the form most refreshing to the the wagon tilted into the river. Mrs f
*- --- --- i. i rRoyal caused the BLOCK, OCALA, FLA McLeod, who was in the ,
\ $400 by absence of the ferryman themselves, and asked the reporter to taste and acceptable to the system. It wagon was
from his post. The time of -,-- is the dumped into the stream and McLeod
Scarlet Corn, Maine Pack, "roast them good. Ed. Bennett said, one perfect strengthening laxative
". evening was dark sun down. "I didn't play .and Fred Gaskell didn't cleansing the system ,effectually, hearing her screams, dropped the rope .
Fine as they can be, two Mr. Long thought the ferryman was BALL GAME TOMORROWThere ilay. Moody wasn't any good;; Bryan dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and plunged into the water to save his

cans for 25 cents. liable If absent from his post before the same, and so on." In fact'me boys gently yet promptly and enat3gone: wife, whir he did. While he was doing
8 o'clock, but he was only under $100 will be a ball game tomorrow feel bad and'are needlessly abusing to overcome habitual constipation per this the span of mules was drawn
bond. afternoon at 4 o'clock between the themselves. : manently.: Its perfect freedom from from the flat into the river and although
They\ were badly handl-
AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY He also said the contention was that Fort White and Ocala nines. Every apped.. Don Ford, the catcher, was every objectionable quality and sub- the driver did all he could to
# the ferry being free it belonged to the body attend and help out the boys. sick, and the team got a man from stance and its acting on the kidneys rave them they were drowned, as 1 l
people and the party suffering could Admission, 25 cents; ladies and children Palatka, famed for his fine ball playing liver and bowels without weaker1' they could not be freed from the wag .
10 cents. Grand stand free. or irritating them, make it the idea
secure damages.Mr. ; but in this case he was no' good laxative.In on.The
Long didn't think the countywas and couldn't catch Gaskill's ball and accident, while it lasted was 1
liable. Mr. Davis was asked to TO CLEANSE THE SYSTEM the: boys got somewhat rattled. They the process of manufacturing figs highly exciting and the escape of those j
are used as they are pleasant to the '
.tom present his claim In writing, which he Effectually yet gently, when costive or had a hard team to play against. The taste, but the medicinal qualities the in the, party, all colored, was narrow '1

did later in the day, when it was referred bilious, to permanently overcome habitual St. Augustine pitcher was almost a :. remedy are obtained fro n oenna and and thrilling In the extreme.TO _).
to County Attorney R. A. Bui constipation, to awaken the kid, professional; the catcher was good other aromatic plants, by a method I .II
ford for his legal opinion.A. neys and liver to a healthy activity, and several of the men were fine bat- known to the CALIFORNIA FIG SYBOI HEAL A HURT. _
J. Albritton of Daisy appearedin without irritating or weakening them ters and most all good base runners Co. only. In ordtr to get itsben 'ncia. Use Banner Salve, the great healer. i
behalf of unfortunate W. W. Cas- to dispel headaches, colds or fever, and splendid fieldmen. Two or threeof effects and to avoid imitations please It's guaranteed lor cuts, wounds, ;
M sels, who for many years has been a use Syrup of Figs, made by the Cali'ofnia them couldn't hit a ball however, rem 'mberthefull nameof the Compan) sores, piles and all skin diseases. Use 4
helpless paralytic and who received Fig Syrup Co. and one tall, fine looking gent couldn't printed on the front of every package no substitute. Anti-Monopoly Drug 11
help from the county until the poor strike anything but the grand stand; store. 4
farm was established but the family FOR WHOOPING COUGH his bat was always getting away from CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO
would not send him there and his allowance him. If the'Ocala team had had Don SAN FRANCISCO. ,CAL. Our box papers are the latest

,,.... was revoked. Mr. Long gavea "Both children were taken with Ford behind the bat the game would LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK It. Y. shades and designs and the prices
very touching reeital of how Mrs whooping-cough my ," writes Mrs. 0. E. have been ours by a close score ,Jake I'ouale by all Druggists.-Price50c.per bottU suit your purses. The Post Office
Cassels l labored to support herself, Drug Store.EDWARDS .
Gerig umpired the game and filled that
Dutton, of Danville, Ill. "A small botle .
family and helpless husband, even goIng trying place with credit. K
of F ley's Honey and Tar cured the ,
between the plow handles in the The boys tried hard to get the St.
sough and saved me a doctor's bill.
FROM THE FIELD field to earn bread for their supportOn Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Augustine team to play another game
TO YOU motion of Mr. Wartmann who this morning, but they positively delined. ) BROTHERSAT

4 Our stock of cigars Is' chosen thoroughly undestood the deplorable .. The game would have gone
with extreme care at every step and pitiable case, it was decided that differently today, as Ford was well
of the way. Whatever the price Mr. Cassels be made the exceptionand enough to Iplay. Considerable money AT THE CITY MARKET
shoes repaired or half soled by
: =I you wish to pay. we can furnish the county contribute $5 month changed hands on the game, and the

; > you the, best article at that price. Carried.Mr.for his. support, beginning. July 1st., the frank lowest Lewis prices, a skillful, and the shoemaker work guar, at sporting fraternity had things livelyfor Wholesale & Retail Butchers I
t .' Our supply of smokers' accessories '" anteed. One door east of Christian awhile. The St. Augustine :boys
also is unique, interestingand M. L. Payne appeared to state are a jolly lot and have been having a
elegant.We the case of opening the proposed hard : big time since they came and have afforded
road from Lowell to Fairfield and lots of amusement. They i
have French Tobacco.T. Flemin ton and the opposition of Mr. FRESH GEORGIA BUTTER joined in a street parade, in fancy costumes CEIVED EVERY DAYt -

W. TROXLER Adam Rou as it passed through his with the colored band from 1 4
Fresh Georgia country butter al-
\ their city, and a big crowd around the
on hand. The Carmichael Son
question of the cost of a fence vays square was highly amused. i
was then discussed the distance Co. Telephone 37.
three quarters of a mile on either side
of this land and Mr. Light was called DESIRABLE HOME FOR SALE FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108 -s
RIGHTAT on and said it would be near to $264. ii ; "
Messrs. Edwards and Wartmann were Fifty acres of land eighteen acres
cleared and well improved. Good six ( ti _
committee look
appointed to into the
a j
whole matter including Mr. Rou and room house, with stable and necessary The Latest Sailor i Shapes of the Season
see if the differences between Mr. Rand outhouses. Splendid. well of soft wa '
f F1 R LKIIAM & m'Goqts' the county could not be amicably ter.Within fftt '
settled.Dr. 200 yards of postoffice a Now on hand-

Newsom appeared in regard to church and school.. Fine peach trees.In j
expense incurred in operating on a [ one of the best neighborhoods in ANDOVER EXPOSITION PANAMERICANCharming :
the state of Florida. Will be sold at !
Furnisqinrr toro Mrs. Smith, an occupant of the poor : ,
a bargain, less than building cost. :
farm, for assistance in the case having \
in their
found it necessary to call in Drs. Best of reasons for selling.

Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla.OUALA Izlar' and Powers. The board asked Inquire at Star office. Adapted to almost any style of face. ,
the Doctor to see his assistants and
get them to make their charges as WOOD FOR SALE CHEAP -
... small as possible. No rebate was BEST DESIGNS IN ROUGH AND SATIN-SPLIT
BICYCLE We are overloaded on wood, and
made on these bills.
Dr. Newsom also appealed for help have no room in which to store it, so MILAN SAILORS AT POPULAR PRICES

COMPANY for the Davenport children, who had are offering special inducements to
just lost their mother and three of parties who will take large quantities
Montezuma Block, Ocala, Fla. SAVE YOU TROUBLEWe J3ergusoii9s
them too small to help themselves. off our hands before the cold weather
AGENTS FOR ALL HIGH CLASS Chairman Long appointed Commis- sets in, when the demand is greater 3the"Sea
than the supply. Delivered to : make the very'best ice .
\ your .
sioners Edwards and Long to Investigate - -
WHEELS .... and report on the case Tuesday residence, any part of the city ten cream in town. You can't .

\Ve Sell morning. cords at $2.50 per cord; 15 cords, at make better yourself-and B '- ,
Bicycles. $2.25 cord one two-horse load, $1. THE BREAKERS
Air. Freimburg, of Dunnellon per ;
appeared think of the trouble we save
3Illlip !rl 'i!
We Rent Bicycles. asking a reduction on his All hard wood, stove length. Send 28i D

We Repair Bicycles.Ve stock of goods from $500 to $200. The mail Rim Factory.or telephone orders to Spoke & Call you.when, you want it and we will The new hotel, now complete, and open for guests July I, situated
board could not help him, as he had just north of Ocean Pier has accommodations for 100 guests. AH
Give Bicycles Away. slept on his rights and had not madea -- see that you are not disappointed
return to the"assessor. An elegant Webster's Unabridged either in the cream or the way we deliver modern conveniences-latest plumbing, toilets, baths, electric lights and

Anything in Bicycle Mr. Freimburg thought as he returned Dictionary, law sheep binding, for it. calls. Right on the beach, commanding full view of the ocean. Bath

Sundries can be had his stock to,the city assessorof sale. Ocala News Company. DAME THE CREAM MAN houses in cv nnection. A long line of nicely furnished cottages, owned

at Dunnellon, that was all that was by the hotel, for rent cheap. Finest of fishing and the best beach ands
our ;
needed. We cannot make bargains for blisses,' rf bathing in the world. Bicycle roads in every direction. An ex-
Bond for Constable Pullianwas
W. F.
lJl *
Nor catch them like fishes in nets;
approved; sureties, Jno. C. Du- perienced
HOUSE FOR SALE Pree and J. M. Meffert. Also bond for And sometimes the thing our life instruct the guests how to catch them. Table will be supplied with the

north for sale. justice of the peace of J. J. Turner, of : misses best in the market, and a specialty will be made of sea food. Aife line i
new I
survey Dunnellon,; sureties, A. J. Turner and Helps more than the thing that it
of bathers. The-
Located In fourth ward.'House has all A. L. Hargraves.Mr. and surf boats have ,been provided to insure safety ,

modern improvements-gas pipes, Mike H. Rou appeared and gets. manager will make tne comfort and pleasure of his guests a personal 3

hot electricity water',boiler.bath and Five W. C. range with first wished to know if Martin had a jus For Nor good of gaining lieth not of in great pursuing or of,small matter. Rates, $8 to $12 a week. Special rates to families.
rooms on
floor, bath room and closets, and four tice. The matter was referred to But just in the doing, and doing, Mrs. H. L. Kochensperger, Proprietress. ,G. A Pacetti, Mgr.
county clerk. "would be done by" is all.
bed rooms on second floor! Large ve- we
Mr. Rou also wished to know what
J -Ella. Wheeler Wilcox.
randa in front half way round the
he should do with children from four
house. Cistern well and, city water. ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA,
to eight years of ae'who were IT DAZZLES THE WORLDNo HOTEL
For further information apply to Ed GOPNA
Delouest. Ocala.EXCURSION brought before him as a justice pf the 'i : EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
Redding precinct, charged with grave
offenses.Mr. Discovery in medicine has ever Hotel Coquina Is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the ocean.

TO WEST FLORIDAVia Long thought they were fit sub .s created one quarter of the excitementthat While It offers all the delights of the seashore it Is only ten minutes' walk,

jects for the Marianna Infirmary for has been caused by Dr. King's or five minutes by horse-car! from the orange grove and palmshadedwalks
Seaboard Air Line adolescents. Mr. Rou said in the future New Discovery for Consumption. It's on the banks of the Halifax River. It is two miles from the railroad
Leaving Ocala 2:35 a. m. August 10. if such cases came before him station, being connected with It by horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives,
Ocala to: .: he would hold the parents responsible.Mr. THE ACME severest tests have been on hopeless groves of lemon, orange and rare tropical fruit, avenues of oleander and pal
Lake City, $3.25.: Allen Gibson appeared with a OF STYLE victims of Consumption, Pneumonia, metto. River, ocean and surf-bathing and fine fishing. The climate Is de-

Live Oak, $3.50. petition to change the course of the Hemorrhage, Pleurisy and Bronchitis, Ifghtful, and is beneficial in cases of overwork- nervous prostration.Will .
Madison, $4. Silver Springs and Grahamville road.It Our clothes always reflect the thousands of whom it has restored to open about the 1st of June, but will be In a position to take care of
Monticillo4.50.. was laid over the usual thirty days. latest They not sola guests after May 10th., Summer rates: $2 per day; $8 to $12 per week.
styles. are health. For Coughs, Colds
Tallahassee4.50.. Justice Crawford appeared in behalfof perfect For further information address D. B. MATHESON Ormond, Fla.
Quincy. $5. a young convict, .who is put into at the remarkably low price at Asthma, Croup, Hay Fever Hoarse- .r
River Junction, $5. ness and Whooping Cough it is the
which we offer them because theyare
Tickets limited ten days. (Concluded on Fourth Page.) quickest surest cure in the world. It T
out of style We offer the
Is sold by all first class drugstores, ,
newest ideas always, the best
which guarantee satisfaction or refund -
\ /
workmanship and materials. money. Large bottles, '50c. and

}Money\ to Loan SHOES! SHOES! $1. Trial Drugstore.bottles free at .the' AntiMonopoly ,.-


Sweet Separator Cream kept on Ice

If will Leaders of Low Prices in the year round. Sweet Milk aerated 'AlrueTo riic
you good security we and cooled to take out the animal heat ,.r

i improving its flavor and keeping qual

make the rate right. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND I ities. Geo. B. Tyler.

Box 821. Ocala. Fla.CA.STORI.. During the summer months you need something to stimulate your

SHOES.Foley's liver and kidneys. Metto, made from Saw Palmetto Berries and Phosphates
.. stimulates the liver and acts directly on the kidneys. Why take

MONROE c & CHAMBLISS, Bankers Honey and Tm Beara tie lte Kind You Bare Always Bouglligntnre nauseous erage? medicines when you can get the same effect In a delicious' oey "

'children.*afe.sure. No opiates Of r DRINK METTO. For sale at all soda fountains ...-....., 1



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Her Feet
(Continued from First age)

All day long and racking with pain from: ri :
her head to her.bee Is. That is what shackles every night. The Doctor

many a self-supporting girl must experi thought this was too severe.S. I1ioNTT
ence. On those S. Savage appeared in regard to .

days each month, Mrry a belated bill of lumber.! It was taken :.
when in other cir :" ; 1. up in the aftt.t n:>on and paid.
cumstances she .:" ;;} Board then adjourned to hear the f
would go to bed, 'l.l state fair speakers.

she must still be df! Monday Afternoon
at the desk or
,. For several hours of this session the I I
counter struggle !
through the Anthony hard road question occupied :I
best she the attention of the board and the respective :
day as
\ champions of the Griner i I
ciay.Backache headache Farm cut off and the Smith and Leit- !I I cur1SARANEEDf
and other ner short cut were ,in evidence and
stoutly maintained their claims.
pains caused by --.p I
womanly diseases Messrs. A. P. Baskin and A. R. Griffin I

are perfectly cured who were the majority of the committee

I by Dr. Pierce's, Favorite i| to lay out the road from Griner r .
Prescrip Farm to Anthony, made their report,
tion. It cures which threw the doors wide open for

the cause of these J discussion and with the interested par-
ai ns. It estab yishesregularity ties gave the members of the county
board an opportunity to shy their cas
dries enfeebling tors into the ring of free and unlimited

drains, heals inflammation discussion on the question of hard
,', and, roads in particular and the benefits in
: ulceration and dividuals'derived therefrom.The .
cures female weak- .report of Baskin and Griffin-

ness. II makes _I 1 Bob Stripling, of the committee be-
weak women ,. ing unavoidably absent-was to the effect
strong and sick /1 that they had made a plight deflection -

women well. in running the line to avoid SOLD BY THE ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA.
running over a house and drowning
have taken your medicine with the greatest themselves in a pond.
attraction! "writes Mrs.George Riehl, of Lnci- Commissioner Wartmann, at this
port Station Westmoreland Co., Penna. Your juncture presented a petition signed
Favorite Prescription has cured of uterine GCO.I
trouble that I suffered from for fifteen years,and by 296 freeholders asking for an abrogation .OCALA
painful monthly troubles. I can honestly say I of the McLeod cut off via .
can work a whole day and not get tired and Griner Farm to Anthony and the sub-
before taking Dr. Pierce's medicines I always
felt tired. pain N all and I feel like stitution of the Smith and Leitner
new prison.! I suffered with headache all the short cut. AIR-DRIED FLOORING, CEILING AND SIDING; $n PER
time but have no headache now since taking Mr. Griffin detailed the steps taken I PLANED LUMBER IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED
your medicine. I have been cured of troubles THOUSAND F. 0. B. OCALA. ALL KINDS OF BILL .
to secure the road covered by reportof
that I suffered from for fifteen years and the INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTY
best doctor in the state could not cure me." committee.Dr. STUFF CUT TO ORDER
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Smith insisted his route would If in need of anything in our line, write to or call on us. Factory opposite

Adviser, in paper covers. is sent free on accommodate 30 to 70 per cent of the Crate Material Cantaloupe : Plant System depot. Mill near Montague.
receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay residents along his line and if the Gri Ae .
expense of mailing only Address Dr. ner Farm road was made a hard road OCALA LUMBER COMPANYPANAMERICAN
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. and his rout ignored seven-tenths of and Cabbage Crates a Specialty

i the people tributary to it would for. .
ever regret It and never get over it.

t Chairman Long began to feel the & S ith EXPOSITION

RUBBER TIRES very underpinning of the hard road Seymour f .'
system of the county was about to

give way if this differential was allowed caiz .. Flor1da. Buffalo, New York. '

and called Mr. Wartmann to the ....... .
I now have a complete plant for chair, while he insisted to go back on MAY I ((1901)) Nov.1

putting rubber tires on old.1 as well the original system of four lines running -
east, west, north and south from Surnrn.erGoods
as new wheels. Ocala and branch roads
to extend out
Am also prepared.1 to do heavy from these trunk lines. There wouldbe

forging on short notice. no end of hard roads'leading to every FOR SALE AT Seaboard Air Line RailwayOFFERS

Prices on application and satis- man's door and bankrupt the coun-
ty. He tried to take a broad and comprehensive
faction .
guaranteed.A. view of this question and


... to the best interests of the '
county. He was now over seventy,

L. ALEXANDER years but expected and see to the live system to a of hundred hard Everything New 'and l Up to Date.THE Rates from Ocala, $ 5.I5 and $48.20 i

roads inaugurated, successfully car

CARPENTER AND BUILDER ahead.mation and benefits. He was looking- LITTLE AHEAD Double-daily service, including' Sunday, via Richmond and 'Vash.ington.

Careful estimates made on all con right Mr.; wanted Wartmann all the wanted people what accommo-was. You Always Get Your Money's Worthin For. further Quick schedules.information, write R. E. L. Bunch, General PasSenger

tract work. Gives more and better dated. t Agent, Portsmouth, Va., or A. O. MacDonell Assistant General Pas-,
work for the than other
money any Baskin insisted the McLeod route Good Solid Goods.
man 'in town.KIDNEY. senger Agent, Jacksonville, fla. .
was just as accessible. He objectedto Jas. M. Barr, First Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr., Ocala people signing the Smith-Leit- COME AND SEE ME
ner petition. It was not their funeral.
DISEASES Buford Leitner showed ever since
...e Griner Farm school was estab- :: G. A. NASH. ::

I lished in 1879, the tendency of the peo- Atlantic Coast Line I

ple to settle up the country was east ___________ -- 1
are the most fatal of all dis- -- --- ----rE3ARGAINS------- --------
of the McLeod road and insisted theS. .
and L. short route was the "sun In connection with Florida East Coast Ry and Plant System, Schedule Effeo ,
flower line" for the people. tive April 16, 1901. ,_
eases.'O' KIDNEY CURE Is I Then it was Chairman Long said ."..
Wartmann's motion to abrogate was i'o.78ft I No.82 No 32 daily, Florida and West Indian .

0 Guaranteed Remedy out of order, it did not conform to Lv. Miami.................... 45 aTata ....I Limited-Vestibule coaches Jack
as For the next thirty) days we will give our friends and Lv. Port Tampa................. 725p800p:
the law regulating the road question.The Lv. Tampa... ................. 8 refunded. Contains petition must be accepted or re customers special low prices in the following goods : Sufts Lv. St. Augustine............. 5 SOp .' .., Pullman drawing room buffet sleeping
:)r money Lv. ., 00 8 00 a Port and Jack.
; Tampa, Tampa
eminent jected.Mr. with wood or iron beds, Sidehoards, Lounges, single or Lv. Savannah.........,;...... 14U pI 1235 p cars
remedies recognized by I Edwards and Mr. Fort made a Lv Charleston... ............: IS 41J a I 445 p sonville to New York without change.
the best for I few remarks, the latter on the board double, Couches, Extention tables, Center tables, Book Ar. Richmond ... ........... 725pllirtp! 3'JO a Connects at Washington with Colonial
physicians as := Ar. Washington............. .. 701 a via steamer Maryland, {?
buying right of way a material from Wardrobes Iron beds and springs China Closets .. ......... Express, or
and Bladder troubles. cases, Ar. Hal t1 mort'...... 1 03a350a a
Kidney Cornelius Johnson to build these hard Ar. Philadelphia.......... ..._. 103 a Boston. Only one night' on the road*
PRICE 50c. and$1.00. roads and he could not see how the Dressing tables, Hat racks Music cabinets, Willow AI. New york...... .....-.. 653 asoap 103 p No. 78, Atlantic Coast Line Exprt 48,
county could afford such in Ar. Boston... ........ .... 835'. p >
an outlay chairs and rockers, Willow settees and Willow couches connects with trains from air points I
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. of For Pullman reservations rates andall
multiplicity roads. In his section
in Florida and connections made for
I Call and see them at Mclver & McKay. other information apply to
two public reads had to be abandoned i all points in the Carolinas and the Vir
I because of the failure of the county to ,0._ L FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Agent, ginias. Through Pullman buffet Bleeping
J J. A. 'COl YER & BROTHERSUITS cafe ......- -
for them. If the factions couldJ
I 208 West way St.: jacfcsony'Jle, Fla. cars Jacksonville, via Richmond
J not reconcile their differences he was R. P..OOUJER. Sol. Pass.: Art and Washjneton. to New York. l
FROM EIGHT DOLLARS UP 'I' in favor of throwing out both lines and SOUTHLAND RABBITRIES -
locating a new one.

Material Unequalled for the Price Mr. Wartmann, in favor of harmonyif < ...
agreeable to all parties in interest, OCALA, FLA. I
thought it best to lay the matter over
CLEANING, DYEING AND REPAIR until October. Dealers in Imported and Fancy Breed '

.ING NEATLY DONE All agreed but Mr. Griffin, so the motion
of Mr. Wartmann to reject reportof BELGIAN HARES. Southernr

Spring Samples in Great Variety for \ committee was voted: Yea Wart

Inspection mann and Edwards; nay, Fort and lai- SOME RECENT IMPORTATIONS: Queen Lipton, Yorkshire Lass. Dash
cius. Chairman Long cast the decid
Wonder, King Wantage. Duke William.Write us for Information. '
ing .
On motion of Mr. Fort, that report ,
IN TOWN of committee be adopted, won by the W D 1 10RTn ,- vlanager. Railway" ,

lOur $8 Suits Are a Ten-Strike same, Chairman Long decidingthe

The "field day" was over on hard
roads and thQ contending forces re
Next Door to Geo, K. Robinson, the
luctantly left the battlefield carrying
Cotton BuyerP. their dead and wounded with them. ..HEAR HER DIRECT LINE-QUICK- TIME TO

0 BOX 134 Griffin wore a smile that drew interest '1Wasbin
ton Baltimore Philadelphia,
with each contraction of the muss ,
I cles. new york, Chicago Cincinnati,

Farmer McDuffy asked for loweringof A WOMAN'S STORY. Ccuisoilie Atlanta' Binaingha,

I assessment on land he paid $600 for This is to certify that I have been afflicted Chattanooga, Memphis St. Louis, Kansas elfy.
ABBOTT'SEAST but on books at $1000, be put back to with Scrofula or Blood Poison for a number oi .
J $600. Referred to tax assessor. years. The beat physicians of Mobile and this AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST.
city said nothing ciuldbe done for me. I took
INDIAN | Cornelius Johnson appeared for k L large quantities but found no relief.
same purpose. His lands had been s of ulcers, and when I
raised from ,,)0) to $1000. He wanted ; s f, ; was sent to a physician in Mobile my entire

i it put back to old figures. He said the ; ''f -: bo-iy hope,was and a as mass a last of sores.resort I tried had P.given P.P.up,and all THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS I

; Corn Paint : i, hard roads had been of no benefit to L/ after using four bottles(small size), the sores .
: him as he had to travel as far to ti have health entirely was never disappeared better than, and at my the general present AND THE U. S. FAST MAIL
reach them the distance from
; as was think its
time,and people that know me wonderful To the East and North.
Cures Corn, Bunions and Wart j ibis place to Ocala. He, too, was re t. cure. ELIZA TODD, Milton,Fla.
Speedily and Without Pain ferred to the assessor. g What can be worse for
I j Wilkinson wanted rebate of taxeson a woman than an other THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITEDTo
I 3 p. p.
FOR SALE BT ILL DRUGGISTS 11 acres of land assessed at $2.02. coyeyed the West and North-Weat.

Referred to assessor. eruptions 7 Can you
LIPPMANlROTHERS I blame people for avoidUppman's( The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot

Wholesale j IT GIRDLES THE GLOBE .' Ing flicted women 1 They thus are to afGreat be Remedy.) Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the

Druggists, pitied; but what woman wtnts pity 1 Besides World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The fame of
Lippmaa's Bloek, Savannah. Oa. the humiliation of disfigurement, the itching
i as the best in the world extends and burning of skin diseases are almost unen Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.
I I durable.
round the earth. It's the one perfect All women ought to know that all facial and ft. Y.
bodily blemishes are caused by impure blood, Choice of Routes to PatKHmeriun exposition, Buffalo,
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. healer, of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises: and are curable. P. P. P. will purify the
Runs Through Cars Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Felons, i blood,and when the blood becomes pure. all Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cm,
Q skin diseases vanish. Through Coaches.
To Pensacola, Mobile and New Or Aches, Pains and all Skin Eruptions. P.P. a harmless vegetable compound,
fails eradicate from the
and never to systemill
leans. Only infallible Pile cure. ::5e a box traces of Blood Poison,Scrofula,Rheumatism,Neuralgia,Dyspepsia and Catarrhal EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE.

To Birmingham, Nashville and St at the Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore. Sections. Through Trains via The Southern Railway are Operated In Connectionwith
Louis. from
1 I the Plant System Jacksonville.
Anything and everythiiiK tu read- ro THE PUBLIC: *
To Louisville, Cincinnati, Evansvilleand
at least, we have a whole lot of it- I herewith recommend to the sufferers of Rheumatism and rheumatic pains, Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.
to Chicago without change. Uppman's P. P. i'.,aj I have carefully tested it and found permanent relief. Also my
For rates sleeping car reservations.etc. and any book, magazine or paper you on who, for years, has suffered from Rheumatism, has used it for the last year withmod H. F. CARY. Florida Passenger Agent,1C8 Welt Bay 81,I.CJtONVlLU,)LA.S. .
., call on or writeB. may want, which we do not have, we results, and hat not suffered since,and is still using it. Would not do without it
will get for you. The Ocala News Co. ,f it cost double, or at any price. Yours truly, CHAS. SBILfiR. H. IIAKDWICK.General Paw.Agt,. W.H.TAYLOR.Aist.Gen.Pau.Agt

Florida Passenger Agent.SANNg I O A.-JS T 0 ::R.:3 A.. Lippman Brothers, Proprietors, July i, 1901. '
Tile Kind You Have Always BOHgh'
Bears the
Wholesale Druggists, Lippman Block Savannah. Ga.
Signature /J
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SIIELFI: rt,ANING& AU Kindness '.. --- -,---- .. ':_'-- --_...: ,: .. :. .. q -- -.-' -_' '_-- .J.. ,:, :-::;
( of
Buttermilk tin ice at the Hole in the Postmaster Gloves) The management of the Ocala Baseball .
Wall. Jacksonville August 7.-Fair tonight Club is up against a problem. It 'il' '

SLEEP IN COMFORT John and Frank Mathews are on the and Thursday. Henry. is very expensive to get n iu-.s here
from different of the
sick list. parts state, as
... You can have $100 REWARD; $100 the Ocala team has to pay their railroad -
all G. W. Wells has gone to Palatka on fare and hotel .
your windows important business. The readers of this paper will be bills. We nave
-9 open and not be pleased to learn that there #is at least I hao a number of games, but the club
I tNr bothered with flirft; Send us your prescriptions. The one dreaded disease that science has has had to go into its reserve fund to

\ or moMjuitocH: i if, Post Office Drug Store! been able to cure in all its stages and settle up the expenses after each

I you have Home of Whipped Cream, the new drink, at that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis game. A great many people attend
this! good, strong the Post Office Drug Store. the only positive cure now knownto the games, but at least half of them : '. '

I I netting for a can ,I Rev. L. D. Geiger and daughter, of the medical fraternity. Catarrh be- get in some how without paying. Now for Infants and Children.
opy.' A v' uor! unless this is the
constitutional stopped manage
l Apopka, were in town today. ing a disease, requiresa
1 \ i er ni uiMth, HO' treatment. Hall'sCatarrh
b'l'/ them won't have i i j Ii Fresh arrivals daily of figs, grapes to ,call off all games for the season.If .
ta and peaches at the dole in the Wall. Cure is taken internally act- The Kind You to
to w many ing directly upon the blood and mucous our citizens desire to see any more Always Bought
'-amH.. All Mr. W. E. McGahagin and wife
you are surfaces of the system, thereby games, they must see to it that this is
LH want for 6 cents both ill and conuned to their rooms. stopped, and give the managementtheir
destroying the foundation of the disease -I BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
a yard. Metto! Metto! a. healthful soda. and giving the patient strength I assistance in collecting admission -

drink at the Anti-Monopoly drug store. by building up the constitution and assisting I i fees, and keeping out all who do

J. \V. I. Hodge, who has been very I I nature In doing its work. The not pay. The admission is light: 25 I
HANDSOMELINE sick for some time, remains quite Ill. I proprietors have so much faith in its cents for gentlemen and 10 cents for

Sea Salt for the bath at the AntiMonopoly curative powers, that they offer One ladies and children; grand stand free.

drug store; 20 cents a sack. Hundred Dollars for any case that it I
t fails to cure. Send for list of testimo- A SOCIAL SESSION I
; OF Mr. J. G. Ferguson, the millinery nials.Address.
dealer, went to South LaKe Weir' to- 4
Concordia Lodge No. 181, Fraternal c

PANTSSO day.A F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Union of America, will hold their .. In Use For Over 30 Years. .
lot of handsome little 25 cent Sold by druggists, 75c. monthly session tomorrow (Thursday)
bound books Just received. The Ocala Hall's Family Pills are the best. night, in the lodge room, third floor of THC CCMTAjft COMPANY. TT MUftlUY.TMCCT.NCW YOU CtTf.I .

CENTS News Co.Another. the Masonic Temple. All membersare -- --'-- --'- : -.-- --- ..- -:-- -- -- -- -----,2'' ::-'::::" -_ it::,

70 $3.50 f 4r I fresh supply of Nunnally'sFine Capt. James Cribbitt, formerly of urged to attend. After the business
Candies just in at the Post Office York, in this county, and one of our of the evening has been completed -
Store. a social session will be held 7
r Drug and a
best and
ALL DURABLE SIZES most public spirited '
The Atlanta Constitution, daily and now a resident and orange grower of supper served. There will be threedoz'en

AIRY WAISTS Sunday, for 15 cents per week. The Largo, on the St. Petersburg penin- into sandwiches.chickens, more or less, made r : 'tJ.ff.t:' ;+: t$ :t'J tt.4t41' .
Ocala News Co.Combination .
sular, was in town today interviewinghis
A lady
too many waistsin Boards just received by ,the Ocala Captain Cribbitt grove is doing well Have you seen those compartment Bank
hot News Company. and the trees have made big growth trunks, handsome drawers, on ball 1 ,
We have Wf'ather.1 this bearing rollers, slickest article ever : Branch of
1 year.
We take orders for ,
engraved cards
ready wear
manufactured; trunk when opened is S
that will provide and guarantee satisfaction. The Post Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft equal to a dresser and looks some- -- JACKSONVILLE

comfort and beautyallnevghapes- Office Drug Store. glow of health, and a pure complexionmake thing like one, with beveled edge mir- CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO. J Jr
Professor Strozier will accept the all women beautiful. HERBINE ror in lid. Trunks are made of ve- ,
and not expensive thanks of the editor for a supply of imparts strength and vitality to the neered wood and cannot split or break, INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
either. Splendidline very fine peaches. system and the rosy hue of health to covored with canvass and handsomely
of handsome While the stock lasts, we will sell the cheeks. Price 50 cents. Anti-Mo- bound in brass and leather. Prices : Does a General Banking Business. Deposits .

piece goo s, too, a gold fountain pen for $1. Anti-Mo- nopoly Drugstore.The $11 to $16, at Mclver & MacKay's. Received. Loans made. Exchange .

l from which. to select nopoly drug store.Terkeeween prettiest line of Mattings. Rugs, :

l, l like.whatever you Oil Liniment, the best Lace Curtains and Window Shades at 1LBought and Sold. r J

liniment on earth, sold and guaranteed Mclver & MacKay's.For rROHTHEFACTORYTOYOURHEAD80me &m X kt':? ) :t f-J.J ,9. j 1 i g+Ji fi g gTOgW.
by Tydings & Co.
digestive weakness, nervous- i
M. FISHEL. Borated Talcum Powder, plain or ness, pains in the side, flatulence, dizziness -
perfumed, for 10 cents a box at the wakefulness, headache and
Anti-Monopoly 'drug store. otner annoying accompaniments of C. T. U. HOTEL ARRIVALS ,

LOVE & HAYS This is a good time to have costiveness, HERBLNE is a prompt bDof .
your and unequaled remedy. Price, 50 .Program of W. C. T. U. August Montezuma
cemetery lot cleaned up and cared for. meeting, to be held at the home of .
cents. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.The J. A. Jordan
-Dealers In- : Jacksonville; A. B.
The Greenhouse will do the work.M. Mrs. Coleman
Friday, Aug. 9, 1901. "
I Drysloe M. Andrew
Capa, Joe
BICYCLES AND BICYCLE SUNDRIES choicest table board in the city ( Meeting will be called to order at
M. Little, of the dry goods department Perpoll, Jax Capa, W. Masters, J. Masers -
at the Club House, J. H. Vereen, pro- 4 o'clock.)
in H. B. Masters' store, Is I L. Pomar Ximanieus, V. Pacetti,
North of
prietor. 1.
HIGH CLASS REPAIRING A SPECIALTY out again, after a week's sickness.A. square.S. 2. Song, selected. C. Allen, Harvey Jones, 0, F. Wagner,
R. Whaiey lett today for Sea- Scripture Reading, Mrs. C. A. W. P. Malchur, T, J, Lynne Maurice,
R. Bass, of Morgantown, Ind., had Liddon.
breeze to week two. T. B. Ashton E. A. Mils
spend a or Segar, Masters
to get up ten or twelve times in the 3. Prayer, Mrs. Martin.
ALL WORK GUARANTEEDAT night and had severe backache and If you want the best table board in 4. Prayer by Mrs. Ingram, Sub- Mrs. M. Andrews, D. E. Lynne,
pains in the kidneys. Was cured by town, go to the Club House, north side ject-"The Children of the Street and Leonard Bradford, F. I. Xlraaniers, St.
HUNTER'S GUN SHOP I Foley's Kidney Cure. It's guaranteed. of the square. Special rates by the Y Store." Augustine; Dr. Lisk, Connor; W.*A.
LA Kelsey, Plant System; Henry Wilson, '
Opposite City Market Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. week. J. H. Vereen. ".-- 5. Paper by Mrs. Loveridge, Sub-
Plant System; F. S. Turner, Holder;
Extreme hot weather is a great tax
a Drunkard's Child Ac-
r_ -'----_ T. J. Wilson, Sanford; W. J. Edwards,
upon the digestive power of babies; cept the Legacy?
city; T. B. Ashton, L. A. Seegar, Joe
when and feeble they should be 6.:
puny Recitation, Miss Mamie Durand. Bider St.
Augustine J. M. Meffert
; ,
given a dose of WHITE'S CREAM T 7. Paper by Miss Sara Bull, Sub-
PENN MUTUAL Lowell; Harry Jones, St. Augustine;
VERMIFUGE. Price, 25 cents. AntiMonopoly ject-"How Can We Unite the Forcesin G. L. Sirmans, Georgia.
Drugstore. a Campaign Against Impure Litera-
Versus G. M. Hubbard went to St. Augus- ture?" Mrs. P. Ingram, Ocala House .
tine today'to visit his family, Sol Benjamin, Atlanta; D. O. Sanford -
Palatka; Julius KrojiskofT, Savannah -
What most people want Is some A MINISTER'S GOOD WORK

WTUAL LIFE of NEW YORK.20Payment ,thing mild and gentle, when in nitd ofa v .. G. W. ;Thames Isaac ,Brereton Jr., Jacksonville, Jacksonville A. B.;
physic. Chamberlain's Stomach and Light Weight "I had a severe attack of bilious col
Gainesville A. S. Ander
Oliver ; ion,
Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot. ic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
j*i I Holder; M. R. Catherwood!, Plant System
to take and Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, took
They are easy pleasantin
G. F. Ditmer Florida
Life. effect. For sale by Anti-Monopoly! Summer Styles two doses and was entirely cured" ; .t

,. Drugstore. says Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia,
.Age 25 Amount $1000 Our Queen Anne Hair Tonic has Kan. "My neighbor across the street BLOWN TO ATOMSThe
; Now in StockJ.M.NEELt sick for had two old
been greatly improved and the phenomenal was over a week, or idea that the body sometimes -
three bottles of medicine from the doc needs powerful drastic *
sale continues. Tydings & a pur-
tor. He used them for three or four
PREMIUM IN MUTUAL-LIFE OF NEW YORK . $30.25 gative pill has been exploded; for Dr.
Co.Mr. days relief then called in another
AND 20 PREMIUMS AMOUN TO .. . .. . $605.00 Daniel Bantz, Otterville, U., : doctor who treated him for King's New Life Pills, which are per
says: "Have had asthma and a very days and him harmless stimulate liver
some gave ,no relief, so fectly gently
PREMIUM IN PENN MUTUAL LIFE, OF PHILADELPHIA.. 27.30 bad cough for years, but could get no him. I
discharged went
over to see
and bowels to matter
AND 20 PREMIUMS AMOUNT TO . . . . 546.00 relief from the doctors and medicine: Ocala/ : Fla.FOR / him the next morning. He said hjs ,
I tried, until I took Foley's Honey and bowels were in a terrible fix, that they clease the system and absolutely cure

DIFFERENCE IN TOTAL PREMiUMS.. .. $ 59.00 Tar. It gave immediate relief, and had been running off so long that it Constipation and Sick Headache.

MUTUAL LIPS OF NEW YORK GUARANTEES IN CASH.$517.00PENN done me more good than" all the other was alqg) >st bloody flux. I asked himif Only 25c. at the Anti-Monopoly Drug

MUTUAL GUARANTEES IN CASH . .. . . . 381.73 remedies combined. Anti-Monopoly SALE he had tried Chamberlain's Colic, store.. *-
J Drugstore. t Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he I I' -
9 Mrs. H. Harold and little daughter One boiler and engine, 18 h. p.; one said, 'No. I went home and brought CUT IN" BICYCLESWe
DIFFERENCE |IH' CASH VALUES .. . . . .$135.27
Sidney arrived in England July. 25. grist mill; one rice mill and fixtures; him my bottle and gave him one dose; I I
They had a very smooth passage but two cotton roller gins. All in good told him to take another dose in fifteen are overstocked on bicycles,
the heat for three days after leaving condition and will be sold cheap for or twenty minutes if he did not both new and second hand, and to
Insured pays Penn Mutual Life 859 less New York was terrfic, most of the cash. Inquire of or write to find relief, but he took no more and make room for a big shipment of new

passengers preferring to sleep on' the A. McQuaig, was entirely cured." For sale by Anti- wheels soon -o arrive we will make a

than Mutual, Life. But Mutual Life Caves deck in preference to their palatial Eureka, Fla. Monopoly Drugstore.. big cut on the wheels now in stock.
cabins. Ocala Bicycle Company. ,

Back $135.27 more than Penn MutualTherefore A new lot Toilet Sets cheap, just re The handsomest line of baby car SPECIAL ORDERS -
riages and go-carts in the country at
Representing the and best
the net cost of the insurance has For rent..'A 4 to C room cottage" in Mclver opening& MacKay's.Flat books, sales- manufacturers of vehicles in the Unit- Oscar Bowman, Lebanon, Ky.,
second ward. Address "Cottage, P. ed States kind of
we can get any rig
men's duplicating order books, sten writes: "I. have been using Foley'sKidney
been LESS in the Mutual Life than+ in O. Box 201. you want promptly and will guarantee -
$70 ographers' note books, weekly monthly Cure and take >great pleasurein
For mosquito bites bites or stings and semi-monthly time books, option satisfaction. We make a specialtyof stating it gave me permanent cure
the Penn Iut.ual-nnd these same differences of insects animals or reptiles, applyBALLARD'S contracts and all other blank "special orders." S. A. Stand hey, of kidney disease' which certainly
LINIMENT. It Successor to Standley, Cranford & Co. "
SNOW forms and blank books. Ocala News .. would have cost me my life. Take
counteracts the poison 'in the wound, Co. none but Foley'a. Anti-Monopoly
exist in almost all the issued
policies subdues the inflammation and heals For tickets to all points and special Drugstore.
the flesh. Price. 2. and 50 cents. AntiMonopoly Constipation, impaired digestion anda rates to summer resorts, call on J. C.
by both companies. Why pay more for life Drugstore.A torpid liver, are the most common Maughs, City Ticket Agent, Plant System PROPERTY FOR SALE L
ailments that are responsible for that office in Ocala Houses.
bright youth or young man can geta tired, listless, fagged-out feeling that ,
insurance in the Penn Mutual when] a bigger good position with the Commercial makes the summer a dreaded periodto For the next thirty days I will offer; Y
High living intemperance, exposure
Bank, if he is the right sort of a fellow HERBINE will special bargains and most liberal
so many people. and other} things bring on
older and offers and able and willing to work to learn many terms on city improved residence
: stronger company you cure constipation, it improves the di- Bright's disease. Foley's Kidney Cure
the business. He will have a chanceof property. Must dispose of It, so take
gestion and arouses the liver to nor-
: will disease and all
prevent Bright's
the same policy at less cost? advancement. mal activity. Price, 50 cents. AntiMonopoly other kidney or bladder disorders if advantage of the opportunity.S. D. Moody.Come
.. of carbon to affil wee and see me.
Bi-sulphide Drugstore.Call taken in time. Be sure to take Fo-
rtls and all insect life in corn or seed J. C. Maugns, city ticket ley's. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
of Lima. 0. obtained
Wm. Finn, excellent
M. FISHEL, Agent, Ocala, Fla. of any kind; sold in any quantity, by agent Plant System, Ocala House, for results from the use of Foley's

Tydings & Co. tickets via the Plant System to all BOOKS ORDERED Kidney Cure. "It relieved my back

CECIL WILCOX, Gen. Agt., Jacksonville Fla. We have a few hammocks at greatly points in Florida and the North. Best Any book any binding, by any author ache and severe pain over the hips.It .
reduced figures. The Ocala News Co. time, closest connection, superb ser
secured for you, if we have not toned my system and gave me new
Terrible blood poison body covered vice. Complete mrormation may be what you want in stock. Ocala News vim and energy. It Is an'honest and
with sores, and two bottles of P. P. P. obtained, also literature, folders and Co. reliable remedy a sure cure for all
(Prickly Ash Poke Root and Potassium maps of the most popular resort points kidney diseases." Anti-Monopoly Drug
Have they ) cured the disease making the and hotel accommodations."My "Through the months of June and store.
you seen patient lively as a ten-year-old. baby was terribly sick with the July our baby was teething and tooka .

Mr. Sol Benjamin one of the pio- diarrhoea," says J. H. Doak, of Williams running off of the bowels and' sick- < NEW BOOKS
Oregon. "We were unable to ness of the stomach," says O P. M.
neer settlers of Ocala, 1868. but nowa The Ocala News Co. has just received
prominent citizen 'of Atlanta, arrived cure him with the doctor's assistance, Holliday, of Deming Ind. "His bowels the following bound, copyright
here yesterday to look after his and as.a last resort we tried Chamber- would move from five to eight timesa books, all of which are very popularand
property interests here. His many lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea day. I had a bottle of Chamber- are running Into the hundreds of
.EI friends'were delighted to grasp the Remedy. I am happy to say it gave lain's Colic, Cholera nd Diarrhoea thousands in their sales Richard
y genial gentleman's hand. immediate relief and a complete cure." Remedy in the house and gave him Carrel, Lords of the North, The.Crisis,

Farmers, provide yourself with PainKiller I For sale by Anti Monopoly Drugstore.For four drops in a teaspoonful" of water Stringtown on the Pike, Prisoner of

mil at this season of the year, when summer excursion tickets, via and he got better at once. Sold by Hope, To Have and to Hold, David Ha-

colic, cholera morbus, dysentery, diar the Plant System, to principal resort Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. rum, Eben Holden, In Search of Ma-

rhoea, &c., may disable your handsuse points, call on J. C. Maughs, City Ticket damoiselle, Quincy Adams Sawyer.
it in every case of the kind, but Agent. Office In Ocala House. OUR SPECIALTYWe Black Rock and Tarry Thou Till I

v be sure that you trust to no other rem- The laws of health require that the repair locks and guns. We also Come.

edy but the old, long tried Perry Davis1 bowels move once each day and one mend umbrellas.
Pain-Killer which never failed. of the penalties for violating this law Don't forget the place-South Main Kalaama from the Northern Woodare

CO ] BONDS Avoid substitutes, there is but one is piles. Keep your bowels regular by street, nearly opposite the City Market in Pjnj-Baleam.the_-certain---- cure-for-coagjia.-

Pain-Killer, Perry Da\ls'! Price 25c. taking a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach Hunter, the Gunsmith Ocala, Fla., .,

J and 50c. and Liver Tablets when neces- UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

The Improvements on WimamBachelder's sary and you will never have that severe Found-A key ring. with, post office,
punishment inflicted upon you.
house have been finished. I sewing machine and three other small OF MEDICINE WX::. '
Price, 25 cents. For sale by AntiMonopoly
and the house is now an honor and
I keys. Owner can have same by calling KEDICINEDENTISTRYPHARMACy.FirstClass .
ornament to the street.
That the Equitable Life Assurance Societyof For the coldest Soda go to the Post P. P., Pleasant Purgative Pellets and paying for this ad. J( STANDARD METHODS,,

Office Drug Store.A. contain no calomel Nothing better. He who is feeling miserable, suffer IN > ECUIPMENf

the United States is now offering for H. Davis, Mt. Sterling, It.. Price 15 cents. Tydings $ Co. ing with Dyspepsia and Indigestionand Far 10 writes: "I was troubled with kidney often times with dizziness, woulddo
.sale.] Cull on or write to complaint for about two years, but two C .STOiRY... well to take P. P. E. at once. P. P,
. ; one dollar bottles of Foley's Kidney Bean the its Kind Yoll Mare Always BoutSignature P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium Foley'sfoney and Tar

Cure effected a permanent cure." An- ) will cure you and arrest the

\p. W. DAVIS, District Agent, Ocala. ti.MonopolyDrugstore. of disease In its Incipiency .' for hJJdrenlsafesure No opIates.t' .


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