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Vol. 1. No. 5.
OCALA;PLORIDA, JUNE 24, ( PUBLISHED EVERY Oy IN THE; WEEK IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN. Somethings You Know and Some things You Don't Know. Three cottages to rent. Apply to I. Stevens. T Capt. Webb left this morning for Jacksonville,. ; Hard water soap for the bath at the Anti-Monopoly. -4 't Just received, a large shipment of. Cuban mangos at Charles Con stat! s Ocala lodge No. 19, Knights of Pythias, will meet tonight to. elect officers. Misses Hattie and Lillie Brum by lett Saturday to visit friends at Lake Weir. V- J A. O. Liddon vent to Jackson ville t his morning on business, and will return Thursday. .Master Robert; Zach arias left for Homosassa Saturday, where he will visit friends. Yancey Bell urn, colored, was up before the mayor this'morning for drunkenness. Fined $1 and cost. Just received at Gray's, a nice lot of 108 chickens. Come at once and 'see them. 3-3 The Ocala swimming pool is a real benediction and Manager Campbell keeps it in the best of order. Subscribe for the 'Star. It will' keep you posted as to the doings Of our city and -give you all gener al state news. - " Miss Mattie , Allfed and little brother John went to Jacksopville last night and will take in St. Au gustine before returning. . Mrs. II. E. S mdefson and little boy left .this morning at 11 for Chattanooga, Tenn. ' ; Mr. Sander son accompanied them as far as Jacksonville. "Johnny,", called an Ocala moth er out of the window to her hope ful, "do stop playing with that Willie Bricktop. It's too warm to day to play with' a red headed boy." Cheap excursion to West Flor ida on Friday, June 28, good for 10 days. Rate to Madison, Mon cello, and Tallahassee, $4. 50; Ouincy, $5. Neal M. All red was admitted to the bar Saturday. He was exam ined by Judge Hocker and passed a splendid examination. We wish for him a long and brilliant career. Prof. L. M. Hatton of Inverness is talking of organizing a stock company for the purpose of open ing a business college in Ocala. This is a laudable , scheme and one that our people , will give air encouragement. Col. T. W. Harris is in.the city. J. A. Griffin leaves for Jackson ville tonight. , - Ed Holder, we are glad to see, is out again . j E. W., Agnew has returned from Jacksonville. ... Judge Hocker left today to hold court at BrooksA'ille. Mr. Bowleg of Talladega, Ala,, is on a visit to Relatives. ' A fine lot of 'young fat chickens j? just received at Gray's. hj r . i ? AVnhfr Aornfnv rptnrnprl frnm n I -4 visit to Lake, Weir today. Capt. W. C. Zimmerman of Cit rus county was in town Saturday. Fame, Florida's Favorite Melon, on ice at P. Dukes's green grocery. The Ocala Base Ball Club would like to arrange a game here for the Fourth of July.-' vllle, who has been visiting her ' aunt, Mrs. G. W. Lyons, left foq her home this morning. A good many of our people tookf advantage of ihe excursion to Jacksonville today and visited that citv and St. Augustine. We calj attention to a communi- IjatioriSVnotHeL. Juran from Mr. .Ditto on the temperance question. What do our honorable legislators have to say for themselves ? Our columns are open for information upon this vital question. The artesian well being drilled for the city 'jail cesspool was get ting along nicely last Friday even ing, when, at a depth of 100 feet, the Soo-foot drill broke, leaving it J at the bottom of the well. Mi. J' Liddon has been fishing for the drill ever since, but so far without success. Should he fail to recover J the drill he will be out about $500. A nice lotof chickens just '-right i to broil, received this morning at P. Dukes's Green Grocery. Mrs. J. R. Dewey and children. of Rochelle, passed through Ocal? on their way to Anita, where thi go to visit her sister, Mrs. R. .Clark. . "Pete" Clare, well and lavorai known as the. ex-manager of Ocala house, leaves" fur New Y tomorrow night. Hope to see again this fall. Any one wishing a, mileage over the East Coast Line -quested to apply to C. S. McG Ocala, Fla. National Educational Asst sale Tuly 4, 5 and 6, good to retil as late as Sept. 1, for $46.15 roul trip. ' The congregation at the deal; Methodist church last night was; fairly good, and- the pastor, Rev. J. M. ; Pike, preached one of hb characteristic soul-stirring mons. Rev. T. J. Davenport, paj the First Baptist churcl city, preached two able sj his people yesterday. sorry to learn that sick list todav. The famous pla run a grand excu Island, Port , Leave Ocala at - -- - morninsr. Fart . . .. . 50c. tor chiidrf go and have a M ing Passenger craft has just bi the most artistic tures ot tms ej ever seen. DeLand, FlaJ Mitchell eirls, w before Justice I f ing Gad Taylc j out a warrant ra woman before daughters of f l Yeraassee, and a Reddick, went t Gad Taylor Mi gave Gad's wife was in jail, so cc sistance. Theyi costs. Pon M f r f 1 f 1 1 ft- :t Wcllcr Engraver. FECIAL PRICES. At Garli - ..Tonsori Fair GtTttin jeweler apsi Wt - . . " r i i