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1- LOCAL AND PERSONAL Wc have still some very nobby styles in Straw Hats. David ton Xoji1 Items F Iiilcrcsst to Onx ICenders. Monday, June 29. Will Hopkins is sgain in the city. Pretty Washable Summer Neck wear at Row ell's. R. F. II y man of Atlanta is 11 town. & VahEchop. The K. of P. have ejection of officers tonight in their hall over the First National Bank. Madras and Percale Neglige Shirts in neat patterns and cor rect prices. Davidsou & Van Echo p. We are in the midst of the Florida rainy season. It is delJcrht fully c ol afcer the showers. 3 six 7 OF da We are closing out at 10 cents buys the best Handker chief in town at Waterman & Co's. Rev. J. C. Porter cime in from Williston today. Boys Linen Suits and Extra Pants a: Waterman & Cos. Hon. II. W. Long, collector of customs, is in town. Kool, kumfcrtable Shoes vou -will find at Davidson & Van Echop's. W. W. Achcscn of Bellevicw . vas in town today. See what bargains you can get in Furniture at F. li. Bugbee & Cos closing out ale. Capt. Willard of Ilomosassa spent today in the city. French Net Uundershirts just received, all sizes, at Davidson & Van Echop's. F.Johanet of Luraville is in town visiting his parents. A genuir.e Gloria Silk Ladies' UmbreJla worth $i.$o Rowell's price, 85 cents. J. E. Bailey has returned from a lecturing tour in the county. If you want a good square meal for 25 cnts, go 10 the Champion house, No. 56 Scuth Main street. R. L. Harper is down with fever at the residence of W. H. Challe. Sabalena drives away that sen sation of lattgue. A,l diuggists. Rev. J. C. Porter goes to St. Augustine tomorrow on business. The watchmaker, jeweler and optician is at Y's, under the Mon tezuma hotel. Mrs. L. II. Hendon is in Harts horn visiting her brother, Wake Wells. Ladies' Collars and Cuffs. latest style, just received at Waterman & Co.'s R. L. Harper came down yester day from Gainesville to visit his family. Wanted. To buy a watering cart, suitable for watering vegeta bles. P. O. Box 833. Ernest R. IzTar cf Anita is in town as the guest of his brother, Dr. Izlar. Rowell has the Shirt Waist Sets to please you, ladies. They are pretty and don't cost much. E. C. Grimm left yesterday for Jvome, Ga y to accept a position offered him. Buy your child one cf our Dol lar Washable Suits. Waterman & Co. Capt. W. N. McCorraick is now identified with the Florida Furni ture factory. White Duck Pants. The good kind. We have them, Davidson & VanEchop. Ira Dupree Whetler of Ozello has accepted a position in the fur niture facte ry. Summer Shirts suit sultry weather. Rowell sells them and his prices please the purchaser. Howard Chaille came downtown today on crutches, the first time since his accident. A large force of hands and sev eral teams were put at work haul ing eff earth to lay the foundation of the new depot. Something New. Coffee and Whipped Crsam at the Post Office drug store. F. E. Bugbee has a new tandem bicycle, the first to put in an ap pearance here. The boys were trying it today. If your bicycle needs repairing P. E. Williams, at the Ocala Wag on Works, is prepared to do it. All work left at W. W. Condon's jewelrv store will receive prompt attention. Are you in need of a pair of Shoes? It so, we can fit and suit you. Davidson & VanEchop. The Toigne restaurant is now serving a full breakfast at a quar ter to six in the morning. At. Edwards, candidate for county tax collector, left today for Anthcny, Sparr attd other points on an electioneeringtrip. Is your nervous Vystem shat tered ? Do not despaiiC. Brace up with Sabalena, which Aoes to the brain and stays there. Rev. C. M. Gray left todav for Ofando to attend meeting of standing committee, and wjH prob ably be there until the last Vf tnis week. Don't go unprotected from the sun when Rowe 1 wiil sell yen a nice Umbrella for only S5 cents. It's a good article tco. Miss Eloise Richards left yes terday for Washington, Ga., where she will remain with her parents. We Lave just received a ne' line of Umbrellas, and wiil sell them at popular prices. Davidson & VanEchop. Judge S. F. Marshall left yester day for Richmond to attend the reunion of the Confederate veter ans. P E. Bugbee & Co. are closing out their mammoth stock of Fur niture. Call and inspect the rare bargains. F. J. Dillaberry sold his farm out on Orange avenue Saturday. We did not learn the consideration. A neat little five room cottage i to rent in the northeastern part of ! the city; $4 per month. Apply at I this office. Citv Cleik R. G. Blake has changed his looks very much since Saturday. His heavy mustache is gone. Rowell can give you better goods for less money than any other merchant. Buy ycur foot wear at the big shoe store. Don't fcrget to attend the meet irg, Good Templars, tonight. Busi ness of importance will be trans acted. Wanted. To exchange, a large mule for a driving horse. VM pay cash difference. Addrese P. O. Box S33. The foreman cf the wojk told us today that he would begin laying brick cn the new dej ot in two cr three days. L. S. B'ack, at stall No. 11, city market, is now prepared to keep and will keep a full supply of stall feO meats constantly on hand at the old prices. George Buser now of Rock Springs, superintendent of li. Hillet's phosphate mines, was in town yesteiday. White Bows, Colored Bows, String Ties, and Washable Four-in-Har.u Ties, all cf the latest styles and guaranteed prices, at Watt r man & Co.'s. our CTUA L Immense Line of Furniture. sold 1)Y COST aiuT'Vll Goods not Ti 1 1 v 1 will l)e shipped to our branch store at Tort Myers. Call before the bargains arc all sold out. ED BUGBEE & CO A' f . f. N,.-. "V, f. . X I- - 4 ' f t 5 A Dainty Woman a pretty woman is often great ly anmired when it is to her dress that the admiration is due. Cor rect dressing will make any woman attractive. Our stales are exclusive. We pride ourselves on having the latest and fre'hhest. The goods will delight you the prices aston ish you. G. A. EMASH. 5 The PLAN1 OCALA- G N MILLS -AND- MRS. M. D TAYLOR, Proprietress. Flooring9 Ceilhtf, Siding, "asigs, Mouldings, J)oors,1 Sash and JHinds. Turning and Scroll Sawing, all from liiln Dried StocL'. ROUGH LUMBER CUT TO ORDER. We liealize That Money is Scarce and Sell Accordingly. The Racket 11 MILLER BLOCK, OCALA. Large Glass Pitcher, 25c. Ironstone Pitchers. 23c and 3SC Mirrors, 32c, 43c 53c, 65c. Blizzard b03p, 4 for 10c. 1 500 Japanese Toothpicks, 5c. Spring Balances, 8c. Double Chopping Knife, Sc. Single Chopping Knife, 5c. Heavy Legal Cap, 10c. Good SiHc Handkerchiefs, 42c. Good Suspenders, 12c. Large Lamp Chimney, 7c. Fine Razors, 35c. Good felt Window Shades on Rollers, 22c. Ladies Waist Sets, 10c and 15c. Knameled Steel Saucepans, 25c, 2 Sc, 32 c. 14 qt. Dish Pans, 19c. Whisk Brooms, 10c, Umbrellas, 63c. 6 doz. Large White Buttons, 5c. 12 Safety Pins, 3c. 15 marbles, ic. 6 Thimbles, 5c. Hoyt's Cologne, 7c. Wire Dish Covers, 5c, Cc, 8c, 10c. Wood Rolling Pins, 7c. Ladies' Gilt Wire Belts, 25c, 50c. Fine Double Width Veiling, 22c. Baby Rattles and Rings., Hat Racks, 10c. 52 Inch Towels, 10c, 12 Wood Clothes Pins, 2c. 3 Tumbers, 6 for 20c. Crank Sifters, 12c, 18 Inch Hand Saws, 25c.! Dealer in all kinds of Fine Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarets, Notions & Jewelry JGSsFPiices to suit the times. Give him a trial. Gcods delivered to any part cf city. South side of square. Str.nd for merly occupied by C. Constans next to C. Rheinauer & Bro., Ocala. Fla. TO CHICAGO. Old Reliable. Bestseller in the City DEALER IN Western and Florida Meats Eggs, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables IN THEIR SEASON Stalls 10 and 12, City Market, OCALA, - FLORIDA A. HALL, Practical Painter and Paper Hanger. Glazier and Kalsomincr. P. O. Box 2Q6, Ocala, Fla. T. L. McCOY, Junk Dealer. I am prepared to pay cash for Old Bottles of every description, ( clean or unclean.) Old Brass, (no railrcad brass.) Old Cast Iron, ( no railroad iron.) Old Stove and Pot Iron, Zinc and Copper. My wagon will be sent to resi dence and purchase when notified through mail or otherwise. I will furnish help on short notice. T. L. McCOY, P. O. Box 3, Ocala, Fla. Narrow Qauire 3arber Shop. 1 GlvASSWAUG, Cheap Shelf Oil Cloth. 102. Soldering Outfit, 10a Chair Seats, 7c. Insect Powder, 10c. 25c Hand Mirror, 10a Lunch Baskets, 25c. In going to the national demo cratic Convention at Chicago,! Two doors South of Mer- Clients iNiitiona.1 .LiriK.. don't fail to take the Plant Sys- An 1 r t 1 i tern and L. & N. railway. It is A11 classes of I cnsonal Work positively 5 hours and 20 minutes j done in a first-class manner, quicker than any other route.! n ...... Only $27.86 for the round trip;1 G. F. VtfllliamS PmO T. from Jacksonville and one fare for j the round trip trom all Plonda points. Write B. II. Hopkins, Florida passenger agent L. & N , or R. L Todd, division passenger agent Plant System, Jacksonville, Fla. how about it? PLANT SYSTEM Cheap Excursion to and Charleston. We mean that Sheet Music that j you prize so highly, and still you havent had it bound in book form Savannah i vet ou can nave it done at half price at the Witness Job Ofhce during the next July 3 will se'l round trip to Sa vannah. 5. to Charleston, $7, limit j July 13. The only line offering above rates to Charleston. Call on H. G. Hay craft, ticket agent,Plant System depot. thirty days.