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The Ocala evening star. [volume] (Ocala, Fla.) 1895-1943, August 12, 1895, Image 4

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Sslid MmSSSl Bonding
oak suits the-Town
from ; ''g "XJ "
Parlor ' i '-m i
Causes alarm in some
quarters, but don't be
bound to take care of tlie
infant industries. We
are bound to lookout for
our customers by reduc
ing prices. If you want
ahYthinff in the line of
This week
we are selling
our Hammocks
atlCost.
One lot of
Furniture
Suits
from
$15.00
up,
"I have named her Marion after Marion County, Fla."
niture, we are now
wearing our summer and
'hardtime ; prices and
quote you a discount of
25 per cent, on all Cash
purchases in the Next
Thirty days.
slightly
damaged
at 50 cents
on the Dollar.
bEEKING CUSTOM.
It used to, be the fashion for cus
tomers to seek for goods, t All
that was necessary was to produce
-or have in stock the needed articles
and the customer did the rest.
But this was long ago. Compe
tition ' has changed methods of
business; ';' , ; : .;; . ' ,.' l; ):;;
The customer has. to be hunted
up and his trade solicited. It is
entirely, so in the wholesale busi
ness, and it is getting to be about
the same in the retaili Vlt is not
only - necessary to have a store
tMcd with goods, but the attention
cf people has got to - be drawn to
It cannot be done at all unless a
man is wide awake, progressive
and up with the times in his work
and spirit. Ex.
NOTICE.
An impression. . has got, to be
made upon the public in some
vray that you have the goods they
vantand it t is to their personal
advantage to buy those goods at
rciir stcue. .' : ''r v-C ; ;-v"
.If your competitor across the
street succeeds in making more
people believe that he can satisfy
icm better than youi can, he will
et the larger share of trade.- But
Zicvt to do it?, .That is what every
rctailej is asking.:; X- f -t
Perhaps tlie question can best
hz answered tjr.aewnefives;.;
It can not be done- by continu
ing the old methods of business of
a score or even a decade of years
Do vou want a first-class man
cook? Address W, Sta office, at
once.
It cannot be done by neglecting
to replenish " old and - shopwdni
stsck with new and fresh goods.
It cannot be done by ignoring
t!:c new- and useful inventions that
nre supplanting many of r the old
flics and writing helps and de-
vices.
It cannot be done without ad
vertising more or less in the local
1 rl'lf
, A Happy Outlook,
The results of sucil a financial
depression as' that from which our
country is: how liappily emerging
cannot be computed by the tables
of the statisticians vhich show how
many idollars we :have lost, r The
business reverses of the last two
vears represent an untold burden
of nervous strain and anxiety upon
the majority :'of 5 the people. Jn the
circle of bur personal Acquaintance
we have seen; middle-aged men, an
the course 1 of a- few months ;age
more than they normally would
have tione In,as many years. -Lives
have .been; shortened, children have
hot nacl advantages to whicli tHey
were entitled, the causes of Chris
tian benevolence: have suffered,
there has; been less j joyous ; life in
the ' country during this pcriciid of
reveft'ei.,?iiNb t one rcah -estimate
hot7"mtich the business revival of
the last t few months -has -done to
lift burdenslthat were becoming in
supportable.. We; read thatvwages
in .tHis'ahdihat' f line' have been in
creased 10 or 15, per cent, i Per
haps it doss not mean much to us.
But in thousands:; of ihofnes it
means that the mother will n ot
have so hard time thar the lines
upon! -the! fa not
deepen, that thcevening meal will
be a happier meeting of the house
hold, that the boy v can go to col
lege next fall, that the invalid can
have more comforts, that a needed
vacation" can be enjoyed, that the
familiar books and papers will re-
appear upon the sitting room table.
It is something that every one,
either for himself or through sym
pathy for others, can be thankful
for that the business outlook is so
bright. -v-;r?;T-:y.;:V'j:v;,V.' .' '
Mrs. S. H. Webb, state presi
dent of the W. C. TV U., is pass
ing the heated term at Seabreeze,
Fia., near Day tona.
Cheapest excursion ever inaugu
rated in the south From Palatka
to Atlanta and return for only $4
for the round trip. Leaves Palatka
4J45 p.m. August 19, leaves Lake
City 7:17 p.m leaves Genoa 7.55
Tickets good for four days return-
. Cheap rates to Tampa via the
Plant- system on Aug. 19. $2 for
the round trip with - limit to Aug.
22. This will enable all to go and
give ample time to transact any
business.- For rates ;and details
apply to C. F. Eaires, city ticket
agent, or F. J. H iiber, depot ticket
agent, -Florida Southern depot.;
The sad news comes from Bir
mingham; Ala., that v Walter Bark-hauy-the
little son ot Hi W; Bark-
hah, formerly of this cityi while
walking on a stone fence, fell off
arid fractured his skull. At last
accounts he was very lowj . but his
friends have hope of his ultimate
recovery, u ;
DS. DAI MORGAN SMITH,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office, 31 'asonic JlalUs
6 Residence, Ocala House.
Tlie oxitlxerxi JBaptist
Theological - Seminary,
CESSION BEGINS OCf. I. ALL STUDIES
O elective; separate graduation in each subject.
Many attend one session, choosing their studies.
nn f Rnr1ih Graduate (Th. G.) or Eclectic
Graduate (Th. B.) often obtained In two sessions;
Many special studios if desired., btudentsf aoa
with eleven Instructors., Tuition and rooms free;
no fees of any kind. ' if help is needed for board,
address Rer. K. C. Dargaa. Fcr catalpffues or
other inforraation, address - - - , n
Kbv. Wk. H. Whitsitt. Louisville. Ky.
The STAR is the paperfor
you to read when you want
all of the news.
Cheap excursion Aug. 12 to St.
Augustine on the Plant system via
Palatka and Jacksonville. Leaving
Ocala at 12:35 noon, arriving at Su,
Augustine 8 p.m. Tickets good to
return till Aug;. 17 at $2 50 for the
round trip. Many will take advan
tage of this cheap rate to visit the
old city, giving them five days in
which to enjoy the ocean's breezes
and the sights of Florida's most:
noted town. '
If you want a good daily paper,.
The Star will suit you.
P. O. Bos
7i.
liwd
J HAS MOtEP HER' BnikNSE
Stock of? 'Millinery Goods
to her old stand on kxposition street,
where she will continue to sell all the
in her line at prices within the reach of
all. - She has everything n the Mili
nery line. ' ' ;
Call and See Her Stock
Before
Buying.
GAS l GAS!
W. Q. Barry,
Prsotical f to5:r ContrEstor.
Of fkclft nercli&sts tiktkmMt Cxck Clacic
Fitting up Shop North Magnolia St.
Barry Patent Gas Burner for
heatins: Cook Stoves. Log in Fire?
placestvHeatingr Stoves, Lighting
Ciganriri hotels dnd stores Tsr tbe
best to bejfound in the market and
Cheaper than" wood coal, gasoline
or oil and cleaner and safe.
. I have a full assortment of sup
plies such as Gas Pipes, Fittings,
Burners for lights and heating pur
posed Chandeliers, Fire Logs f or
fireplaces, etc. - - ;.'-.:::4.:i:i:
Havidg had 17 years experience
in the gas business, am fully pre
pared to do all classes of work in
this lirie and
Guarantee etisfliction.
Cepyrijljt, itSX
- ; - 'All on one iidt"
th offer that's mad by the pro
prietors of Dfl Sage's Catarrh.;
Remedy. It's $50Q. reyrard fot aa
incurablo - case of Catarrh,' no niatT
tor' how bad, or of 'ho long - stand
ing; :1 3?hey i3nean: tiriiat ihey car
theyVt; rcspoEisible, and . tho- ofbrr
has been xna& e for yeari H It!a, all 1
oh cnii, side1 you lose your catarrh,
ttr ydur6 paid 0500 for keeping 1
But riiv ? af e for. 1 them, 4 too they r
knorr you.9U..bo cureiy. 1 , J:
Dr. Sage'e Itemedy prodaces: per
fect and ernianeht cures of Chronic
Catarrh in the Head, asr thousands
can tsltify; ColdVia tho; Head
ia Zcurod with a few -applications..
Catarrhal Headache is rcherod and
cured as if by magio. ; i-It'fcmoves
offeniiro? breath, lossor impairnient
of tho xehs0 of tast exnell on hear
wg, watering. or:.w6&b Jeyci end.
itapairid memory, .when , caused j bye
tho riolence of Catarrh, cs they 1 ml .
frequently are. Remedy told bjv
dmggistf, 50 cents.

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