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PAGE TWO OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY JULY 8 1905
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C L Bittinger and R R Carroll CarrollProprietors CarrollProprfetors
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City Editor and Business Bu iress Manager ManagerSPECIAL i iI iSPECIAL ISPECIAL I
SPECIAL NOTICE NOTICETo I II Iifo I
To may aD M > r sabseriber s bscrJb + r we will sei seiJke semi Jl I 1 1tike I II
I tike Dully IIhlft StAn thr three e nH months nths for Jl Jloti 1 1o i iICltshht
ICltshht oti o t > h hi advKmv This is to introduce introduceUhf IntroducoI intro + luce lucethe I
Uhf iii IHiIer 1 tper > er into homes where > it is not notatread notalready I Ialready
already taken With Ilh this you t tret et 2411 2411votes 00 00votes lf lfWtes
votes for y yoyr mr favorite institution In in inthe intlhe inthe
the fret library c rntet < mt t f t Subscriptions Subscriptionst Suh < rtlt fJIIs fJIIst
t the Ve Y eekly kly kl Mxr tr s het t 200 OO rotes vot ot s for foryear foreh
f eh year oetloJ iaid for old or new newTh nwTII newTk I
Th Uurtai of f th the remains r of the late lateVVfMfcuM lateWhtta i itUDt
VVfMfcuM tUDt D Whetstrrn helst h t tn n < took i4 i iev cr y s st I ItfIJC Itrrdlay
tfIJC t trrdlay r ay after aftertsewn n rttoM n at 4 I nd ci < > clock k > ek Rev L LM Lw
w M Mcr lfIH + ire r j IMlst + astot tst < M + + f the M 1 E churchwth church churchP churchftWth
P Htth nfffcfcit eWk itt d l and rftd rcM < l the burial burialserke 1 1elk Iseryke
serke elk jn a most impressive imlre essive sh manner mannerTin munnrT mannerTkr
Tin T body hod was II laid to rest in Greer Greerwwo Gr Greerwoo4 er i icl
woo4 wwo cl < l c eem ni mter tery The pall bearers h 3rors con consisting consisting on ontiJt ¬
sisting tiJt of f J T H Uvmirstoii m Sr r Kdwin KdwinT J Iin
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I T 1 AVHIiams mllun 1 J A Pittmsin H HOwJes r rGtttO < 1Gales
OwJes < IeoitHil Dozi Duzir r and J T H Mc McKimtey Mei
i Kimtey W wt T r 1 > nil 11 members of 3Iari Marion Marionm n ntamp
I tamp < m ml No rr it d f Confederate < < Veterans Veteransof < II
of which the th deceased d cea td was u also a inem inembr J1 rnemlwr m
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br The Daughters Dllu hters of the Confeder Confederacy ¬
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acy HV in a body hud attended headed by their theirnoble theirnohle theirnoble
noble president Ilre ident Mrs 1 rs Fannie R Gary Garyand Gn Gnand Garyand
and among amon th the lovely loel floral tributes tributesnone
none were inoe beautiful than those thoselaid thoslaid thoselaid
laid on the th bi biter r of th + departed brother brotherby
by the Daughters Dllu hters Quite a large lar e con concourse concourse concourse ¬
course of friends followed the remains remainsto
to the cemetery emetr who knowing the vir virtues virtues ir irtues ¬
tues of the th deceased ee ed expressed expre ed sorrow sorrowat i iat
at his departute from among us used u uBI usBlessed
Blessed BI ed d be the memory of Samuel SamuelV SamuelTeague 1 i I iI iTea
V Teapue Tea ut who died id in Ocala O < al21 last Sat Saturday Saturday ¬ I Iurda
urday urda night ni ht HP was one of the best bestmen be5tJtlfn besttarn
men in Florida and withal a loyal loyalfriend JonJfrieJH loyalfriend
friend to the th editor of this paper who whodeplores whodeplores I Ideillores
deplores his death ns he would that thatof thltof thatof
of a brother hrotherPuntR Punta Gorda Herald HeraldEditor HJaJdrltOl HeraldFlltor
Editor Adrian 1 h intt P Jordan T the th brilliant brilliantand
and an + I able editor of the Punta Gorda GordaHerald GorollHernhl GordtHetsld
Herald knows whereof he h speaks Iak IakWH as ash ashe
he h was WH a close clo In e friend of Mr Ir Teaprue Teapruefor TeagufQr
for many man years elrs in Lake J lke county count and andknew andknew mdknew
knew his hi virtues irtue c and stamina < of high highmanhood hisrnmanhood hhnnrn
manhood manhoodMr nrn nh QII QIItr
Mr tr Newton ICi ICnoblock i1 k of Martin who whoa
a t month ago was us seriously s < Jiusl kicked in inthe Inth inthe
the th side by 11 a horse and has been a aSfreat aJent agrat
Sfreat Jent sufferer since at his home undnr undnrthe undrHJe and r rthe
the care of Dr Van Hood was brought broughtto brou ht htt
to t 14 the Nl hospital hU IJhtl yesterday trdY and this thismorning thisInorllin thismorning
morning he h was n resting rotiu easier easierE uitJg
E C Smith of I Ocaln furniture fame fameaiwl fumn1 fumeanti
anti an auto expert txl rt returned r < yesterday yesterdayafternoon Yt yesterdayafternoon hIdll hIdlluneJnoun
afternoon from Gainesville Guin < < illt where h hhappened 1 1htliJlJlcJltd r rhagyened
happened to t4 + be on m business < < Thursday Thursdaynight Thur Thursdaynight < duy duyniahl
night he was H < sleeping elhu el + ing g the th sleep < of the thegood theulId thegood
good ulId and viiititws at at t the Brown Rio vn Housewhen House Housewhen HJu e ewhen
when Gainesville retched rtt 1 the neWS nevfrom neWSfJum newsfront
from TaMuhttssee Talutuf < < t that they tlW had won wonout wonnHt Iconout
out on the th State tt University content contentH ontetJh
H Jh said hl it wis tS s ab Ithut < mt + 1 o clock when wheuh hen henh
h wuis n s seizrt 4x iYd Mi with it h a most mO l terrible terriblliighttiMre terrihlnihtIlNU terribleniglttntare
liighttiMre Th Jireltells tkh lI were rt ringing ringingand rininHft41 ringingand
and lie iiiinsfitd imuh d mountains of iiam 8anietv iiamwere tlnmwrt
tv were t re > surging urgis + g iver his li head Wft and roaring roaringlk ronrimt1k
Ilk lk the Niairnras Nit rrs > tJK in his ears > ar that he hewas h hwx heeya
was in a 3J2st 82story tlJy < ry building and til thtwills tilwatts thIt
watts It were Jt faHlttg fldlh in As A soon < as It he hecouki heuuhf hecould
could extricat himself from this this1rigluful thifi thisfrightful
frightful fi htful meutHl condition he h got ot up upa upaIti I Il
a aIti 4l l dressed he ed nnd HI + n investigating thecause the thecaMse th thK
cause K f found MMd ti ul t what Ritt it was From Fromthat FrunNtM Fromtkat
that time on wtH the train left I ft yes yesterday yestervlay es esttJn ¬
terday ttJn the town + and its it people were werec weree4ebrxtiug ale ale04hJ
c 4ebrattosr < 04hJ tkt Everything Ev r > thing that raI raIthat rang rangtiit rit ritNUtt
that wk4stte vkt It d < 4 tht tlt t exi4iH expiodeI XI t1 < e l or II re resounded rt rtult reounilt ¬
sounded + ult d was liS failed aatl d into requisition requisitionai it lm lmIU
ai atad J the tb hottest hettt st tim in its it history n tury wastthtvaasI was wasabroad dJ dJuhtflul
abroad iu the th okl town Everybody EverybodyWHS Eerho EerhoWIt
WHS WIt Ml cheriwg che btt 11tg aid ii l shouting hut in an1 an1tikelr itU itUtlk f ftkelt
tikelr tlk jay j + y knew kll IH + + l + nnn wi is l ell 11 they theymay ttw ttw111M theyutay
may 111M fHi f r r k is i the tit 11 biggest = est t > t thing that thatever thtC thattvei
ever C befell hf altr HM Mr neighbor nI The Star Starcl Stltrkht Starthn
cl thn Mies kht fez in the giants it at uHd ro sed It Its Its1ltl is fsRU isan
an ottfrfiu i + t f am anpit awsjiioiotts telts beginning beginningj
for j i the tlh we aeM BtUvejsUy univei4 y and n happy happyand hattlYifla happytwtttittnance
twtttittnance ifla + tt 1 Littitns e edttcatiottal edttcatiottalrxrt ultti n 1 1a
rxrt a e fflt f t tke tt t + ltn and andtee e + nun nunwklk + n ntttaikik
wklk wklkJU tttaikikludae
JU ludae tee a l1 V S K Itttlkek lt Hk who was It an anxr anatttfent = titRth
xr Rth atttfent i < iK av adte + Kt t at ate w r a im o rntirt + tm house hou houtal housetstaunell
tstaunell tal k tilt 14 t = JfMHk i ot k li ltt re iee t ived by b the thethe tn tnf1Wl thesirfttat
sirfttat f1Wl elf the t it saes 4 < ls in a manner that thatreliecis that1Jkot thatrestetts
reliecis 1Jkot greatly r att to the tit credit of hi hilh hiItMl Ytisine =
lh sine e s werv ItMl ns ystem Iln The judge sauflee said saidl ud udIt
l It lee e tta was a great Ctnt believer b e in the saying sayingHU nyin nyinlttJ1k
HU lttJ1k tike iHXuti Ikl pt1 l4e xant a ant it let Vm em have it itif itif Itii
if they tlll r dtit i > nt want it let Vm ern ln have lut i it it ittt itte
t tt te > ta t He H saM W he h e euhl t + uld ld stand the ol olJ olJrf n ntNti 1 1twuctvrt
twuctvrt tNti rf ike tla l e < pte could Id
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R A Green the t II rei r representative reentative of a alending t tIttdtaJ tlesalilag
lending VhKi thxinnati inmt n ti comr etttnission olU fssion ion house houseU
U Itft s wound w nu lu4 td wp a + ti l is j laatstness l siness in the can cantaitiupe C1maUIt cantAi
tAi taitiupe tupe il UUt tte e an at1l 1 while the tb outlook dettated de denoted dtut ¬
noted ut tl t o + H + ttIUI1t sHii lF the tit balance 1 1a1l sheet only onlyshows ouyshows on1yhow
shows how a few ft hundred net in the deal dealWhat dtalhMl dealhat
What hat broke the camels ante back was th thwant thWRut thwant
want of cars 1U and n the poor refrh r frigera frigeratte frhl era eratien rs rstHon
tte tHon > n by the Armour people l Oltit But this thisis th s si
is i the th common complaint and mak maks maksth maksthe s sthe
the th difference t the grower rower and ship shipper shipler shipper ¬
per between profit pr tit a and d loss Mr Ir G Gleaves GItRt Gleases
leaves Monday for Georgia Geor i to look af after artI after ¬
ter the peach dt crop which is a failure failureia
ia Florida 1 ridA and only enl a partial crop in inGeorgia iuor inGeorgia
Georgia GeorgiaSumterville GeorgiaSumtert or ia iaStRttrtn
Sumtert Sumterville Itle will t Ul indulge indul e in the great greatest gre greatest t te ¬
est e t barbecue of f her history July Jul JulThe JulyThey 22 22They
They The expect t to entertain intt > rtsin several thous thousand thousand thousand ¬
and pt people 0pie Puck Pond in Sunuer Sunuercounty SunuCOU unite unitecounty
county COU IlY will fellow with a 1 barbecue barbecueJuly barbecueJuh barbecueJuly
July 29 These gatherings are ar to raise raisefunds raisefunds aiefuws
funds t t4 > keep k 1t p their respective rsi lie cemeter cemeteries cemeteryfes ¬
ies i 5 in order orderTelephone or orderTolephone r rTi
Telephone Ti phful 15 lif Hermitage H rmitae Dairy
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OCALA LODGE NO 19 19KNIGHTS 19KNIGHTS 19KNIGHTS
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS PYTHIASWe
We meet me < < t every eer Monday Ionda evening at atS30 atS30
S30 and extend ext nl a cordial welcome w < < lcome to toall tJItlt t tali
all visiting 1ttin br brethren threra
AV C O Raid aid C C CBaxter CBaxter I IDaxter
Baxter Cam K of R and S SNOTICE SNOTICE SNOTICE
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NOTICE OF SESSION SESSIONOcala SESSIONI SESSIONOcala
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Ocala Oca I a Lodge No 851 Benevolent and andProtective analI andProtective
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I Protective Order of Elks ElksRegular ElksReguJar ElksRegular
Regular sessions on second and andfourth andfourth andfourth I
fourth Tuesdays in each month monthVisiting monthi monthVisiting
i Visiting Yisit n1 brothers br hers cordially cor ialJY invited invitedS
S T Sistrunk I trunk Exalted Ruler RulerDavid RulerDIIid RulerDavid
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David S Williams lliams Secretary SecretaryTulula Secretaryt
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Tulula Lodge No 22 2 I O O F meets meetsevery meetsevery i iever
every ever Tuesday evening in Yonges hall hallJ
J H Spencer N G GC Gr GC
C L Bittinger Secretary SecretaryWOODMEN Secret SecretaryOD r 1 1I 1ReguJar
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WOODMEN ATTENTION ATTENTIONRegular ATTENTIONRegular I
Regular monthly meeting Fort King KingCamp KingCamp KingCamp
Camp No 14 Woodmen of the World Worldin orJd i iin I
I in Masonic 11I oni Hill Friday lri a evening July Ju JuH I
14 Officers Off lers particularly mrtieuJarl requested tobe to tobe tobe
be present presentSOME pres presentSOME en t tSOME
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SOME MARION COUNTY BEEF BEEFj
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j j Mr lr H A Fausett the West st End Endmerchant En EndI
I merchant purchased Jureha e a L beef from Colo Coloi Colonet
1 i net Lack fhambliss the champion championthoroughbred lhamJlionthoruhhJe chain pion pionthoroughbred
thoroughbred stock man of the state stateand stateand i iI I
I and yesterday sttrda killed the critter criU r It Itweighed Itwei Itweighed
weighed wei iJtd dressed dre ld 1160 1 pounds The re remarkable reI renaarkabtt ¬ i t
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t markable part of f the animal is that thathe thathe I II II
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he was U not stall fed fe but the meat and andtallow andtallot i
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I tallow that adorned his hi frame was wasmad wasmad tvasmade
mad from the pastures pa < tures of the Palmet Palmetto Pal met metto ¬ i
to farm Th The meat cannot be excelled excelledno
no matter where wht re grown JOI u or fed The Theanimal Tlwanimal Theutintal
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animal cam originally OJi inally from the In Indian Indiull Indinit ¬
dian Territory but he was as kept and andi
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a ia i fattened on the Palmetto farm pas pastur pasI pastitre
I tur You can see tt his quarters at the thel th threfJharatt threfrigerator
l refrigerator r rcan J plant No stall fed beef beefcan beefnn
can surpass urrlH this one oneTRUE on onTRUE oneTRUE
TRUE ADVANCEMENT ADVANCEMENTI
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I The system practiced by h Dr E H HArmstrong HI HArmstrong
Armstrong Arm tron of f Jacksonville and his hislarge hisI hislarge
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staff lff of assistants and
large st experts experti expertsfor
I i for the th overcoming o romint n nand of nil eye trouble troubleand troubMnd >
and chronic diseases diea es without drugs dJu s or oroperations orI orI
I operations is i i step far in advance of ofanything ofAnthin ofanything
anything heretofore heard of in thiline thu thuline t11iline
line They remove causes instead of ofi oftreating
i i treating tJea t in effects ffet They The prove that thati J5 J5per J > 5 5per
i per cent of all socalled diseases c1i eases are arenot areJ4J arenot
not J4J diseases at all in the sense tirade undestood UlHletood tiradeStood
stood generally tnentB but are merely fun functional funtional funstional ¬
tional derangements due to some om me mej medtankfil ntechatllcal
j chanicnl defect def t or r to improper chemi chemii
j i cal ltl reaction in the body They correct correctj correttthe correctthe
j I the mechanical m haninl defects by mechanical mechanicalmeans mochanicalI mochanicalUteRns mechanicalmeans
means and set up a proper chemical chemicalreaction chemicalreaetiomt
J reaction by b prescribing IJe ribin a diet based basedupon baslllu110n bascdupon
upon the chemical values of the dif diff
j feleni f rent foods They prove that drugs dru s or oroperations 0 0Ol orcnteraiions
operations Ol ratitns are not necessary in Si per percent perj percent
j cent of the cases as s where taken or per performed po perarmed > r rformed ¬
formed They prove pro that the eyes are arethe arethe arethe
the controlling ontroHin medium of the entire entirenervous entirenerous entirenervous
nervous system and as 90 per cent of ofi ofIait
j I Iait all eyes are defective ectie though vision visionmay isionj
j may mA be perfect they the are more often oftenj oftenthe
j the cause of systematic complication complicationthan
than any A11 other cause They The handle a aU aUcases allcases < l li
i cases of f diseased eyes as well ell as de defective de defective deI
I fective f t e vision and chronic disorders disorderssud
1 and so great is the success s of their theirsystem thoirsstem theirsysteiit
system there are few of their patients patientswho
who are not well in 90 O days The systent sys sysJ S5ttm
J tern is i known as Opthahnology Ol thaJmolog and auiI
I Neurology XeuroJo
Dr Armstrong will be here personal personally
ly at the Ocala House July JuJ 10 to 11 11See 11See 11ee
See ee him and have a talk about your yourcase yourcase our ourMt8e
case You can easily become bo > come well wellHARNESS wdJHARNESS wellHARNESS
HARNESS LAPROEES ETC ETCI ETCYe ETCWe
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I We have an enormous line of har hart harness
t ness much of it particularly suited to toj toi tothe
j i the summer season summer laprobes laprobesfly
fly nets whips umbrellas canopies canopiesetc
I etc Fit our your OU horse and buggy at atour atour atour
our store You cant do better Mc McIver M MIyer I Ilye
lye t MacKay IacKa
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I I The Madison tadl ol New Eenterp Eenterprise re i ii a says saysthat ay ayj
that Colonel 1 Jefferson D Stevens St en8 of ofJackson ofI ofJackson
j i I Jackson county will HI enter the race rac1I racI
I I against Congressman Bill Lamar of ofj f fI fthe
j the third district It behooves s Billt Bill Billto
to get a move en himself and that he hej h hI hewill
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j will do some lively Ihel sprinting to keep keepi keephis
i his hi old shoes goes < e without saying 5Ryingnutn A Aman
1 man that in the th race for S96 E96000 960 > 0 < > against againsta 8 inH inHa
a railroad company can capture the theI theI theprise
prize f for r the state is a dangerous man manto manto manto
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to tackle
OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS RETURNSFor
For ForOrala Aairt Aairtuala Agairstcabs
cabs 1S3 l 45 45Flemington 5 5Pddkk 5PFddiek
Pddkk PddkkFJ 35 35Flemington
Flemington FJ min lon 3 101Cotton 101 101cotton 01 01fltton
cotton Plant 3 28 28Shady 23shady 8 8had
Shady had 4 4 4SummerfteW 4Summertkid 4S
SummerfteW S umnterlieldLake 25 25Uike t tIak
Lake Wvr dz h 1 14 14GrahamviHe 14Grahamm 14GrahamviIe
GrahamviHe 3 57 57Martin 5ilartin ar arMartin
Martin Martin 1 14 isI3litchton 14BHtchton 1 1Dlitchton
BHtchton 4 43 43Belleview 43B 13Belleview
Belleview B > II i 2 32 32Levon 3 3Lu 32Ieton
Levon 15 15Eureka 15Jur laEureka
Eureka Jur > kn 1 2G 2GFairfield 26Fairfield 6 6FairtleJrl
Fairfield 2 4S 3Stamp 4SCamp ISant
Camp ant Ixard 3 3 3Fort 3Fort 3Fort
Fort McCoy 30 30Orange 30Oran 30Orange
Orange Oran e Springs Sprin 5 12 12IJnadale 12Umllale 12Ltnailale
IJnadale Umllalei 2 S Scitra Etitra
citra i tJa 12 1 22 22Anthony 22Anthony 2 2AnthQny
Anthony 2 4S 4SStanton 4SManton IStanton
Stanton 2 11 11Dunnelloti 11DunnlloJl 11Dunnelion
Dunnelloti 41 17 17Candor IiCandJor 11Candler
Candor 17 17Martel Iihutel liMartel
Martel 3 19 19Romeo 19Rontr 13Borneo
Romeo Borneo 12 12Moss I IIo 1Moss
Moss Io Bluff 2 3 3Salt 3Suit 35 35Salt
Salt Springs < It ItOrange 9Oratnge 1 1OMln
Orange OMln e Springs lIr 1t s 12 12Mclntosh 1 1Idnto 1McIntosh
Mclntosh McIntosh Idnto h 2S S 12 12P 12Pdro 12IPelre
IPelre P Pdro dro 1 16 16Slmrr 16Siatrr G GSparr
Sparr 12 I 10 10Kendrick 10Knlrick 10Kendrick
Kendrick 3 20 20Totals 20TotaJ 0 0S05
Totals 310 31 S05 S05HOSPITAL SO SOHOSPITAL S05HOSPITAL
HOSPITAL DONATIONS DONATIONSWe
We e have to report the following con contributions lontrihution contributions ¬
tributions sinje sin a our last Ja t report reportSix reportI reportSix
Six bars baJ Octagon Oeta on soap and 1 worth worthof
of Hour by Mr Jr < 1 L M 1 Storm city citySubscriptions eit eiti cityI
Subscriptions to Evening Star and andDaily antli andDail
Daily Dail Banner BannerThree BannerThree BannerThree
Three soup bowls by Mrs h G G GMaynard Gj
Maynard Rock Springs SpringsOne
One quart sweet milk by h Mrs AVebb AVebbcity WehhIcity ehb ehbIdty
Idty city
One dozen eggs l g one pound butter butterand butteri butterand
and vegetables eftahl by Mrs Rowe city cityFlowers cit citFJOfJ
Flowers by Mrs lr Durst city cityVegetables eit eitegetahlp cityegetabl
Vegetables egetabl s by b Stephen Brown col colored colMartin oI oII ¬
ored or > d Martin MartinOne MartinOne lartinmaUJtS8
One mattress two pillows twelve twelvesheets tweheshtets twelvesheets
sheets twelve t weJ no pillowcases two coun counterpanes counterpanes n nI ¬
terpanes for Presbyterian cot by h Pres Presbyterian PrehyteriHI Presi ¬
i byterian teriaU Sunday school schoolThree schoolThree ehoolThrela
Three dozen doz eggs eJ < by h Mrs rJ James JamesNelson JamesXelson JamesNelson
Nelson Belleview BelleviewIce
Ice by East Ea l Florida Ice Ie Company CompanyOne CompanOne
One glass Ja < of jelly and vegetables e tahles by byMrs hyIr byMrs
Mrs Ir McKinney kKiJ1J1t city cityTomatoes cityTomatoes it itTomatoe >
Tomatoes by Mrs Gates city cityOne cityI cityratt cityOne
One crate ratt of If tomatoes by J J B Peck PeckFailfield PeckFa
Fairfield FailfieldOne Fa Fairfieldmile irfitl irfitlOn
One On mile package JIleka e of postum three pounds poundsof poundof
of apricots all < ot one can of cream two cans cansof easof camsof
of condensed ondn ell milk one cake ea kf ivory hor soap soapone soapone soapone
one box sardines one box dates four fourteen fourten ¬
teen cans tomatoes < one can au peaches peachesby
by firemen city cityElectric l cityElectric t tEletJi
Electric lights Jj h city cityRefrigerator cityRefrigerator it itI
Refrigerator Rfri Jator by G R LivingstonNutley Livingston LivingstonNutley L in ston stonXutltyo
Nutley N J J A L 1 Izlar Sec SecBUY SecBUY SecBUY
BUY IT NOW NOWNow NOWI
Now is the fine to buy Chamber Chamberlains fhamhelains Chamberloins ¬
lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea DiarrhoeaRemedy DiarrhoeaRemedy a ai
Remedy nmetl It is i certain to be needed neededsooner need neededsooner d doontr
sooner or later and when that time timecomes timeome timecollies
comes you ou will need it badly ha ly you 01t will willneed wiilneel ttiilneed
need it quickly Buy it now It may maysave maysle maysave
save life Jjf For sale by the PostoftTce PostoftTceDrugstore PostoffieeDrugstore PostoffrceDrugstore
Drugstore DrugstoreDIAMONDS Drugstorei DrugstoreDIAMONDS DrugstoreDIAMONDS
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DIAMONDS WIN HEARTS HEARTSThis HEARTSThis HEARTSPhis
This you ali know and when hen you youread yourad youread
read this tl1i < you v ° i I know that we iiive iiivejust h1 h1jut hatejust
just ie reeite1 eived in J2ftdO jfu worth wort h of the most mostleautiful 11lOstlautiful mostleautiful
leautiful diamn diawtids ds < that have ever been beenhon beenlaowrt n nI nhuwn
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hon in Ocala The stones tonl are a re of the thepurest theJlur thepurest
purest Jlur t water tvat and from the best dia diamond diamond dismond ¬
mond house in the United State Statewhich Stathich Statestthiclt < <
which always alwa ells 011 at 10 per cent un uner u ui i itei
i tei < er the market t If you ou want one on of ofthese oftn ofthese
these tn e beautiful stones tone < come at once mH asthey as asthey asthty
they are too attractive tJ act i f to be h long I01l on onhand onhand onhand
hand F G n t Weihe eihe the theSHERIFFS Jeweer JeweerSHERIFFS Jewe r rSHERIFFS
SHERIFFS SALE SALEI5y SALEH SALEBy
I5y H virtue of an execution issued i < twl out outof outof
of 1 the circuit l court of Mai Ialioll ion countyFlorida county countyFlorida countfFloJida
Florida of date Ith th August Auu t A D ISC6 ISC6whenill ISfl6whnin 1596tyhereia
whenill Richard McConathy Ilf math is plaintiff plain plaintiff plaintiff ¬
tiff and Joseph T Lancaster < tr is de defendant deftIHlant defemdatit ¬
fendant I have Ita e levied on and a 11I1 will of
4 1 fer for sale sa J to the highest hiIlt t bidder for forcash rrah fercash
cash on
August 7 1905 1905during 1905dUJint 1905during
during legal h IJ sales 11 hours hi urs at the south southdoor southdoor outhdool
door of the th court UIt hou in Ocala Flor Florida Florila llorida ¬
ida the th following described land H Hsaid i1aid i i isaid
said county towit East half of south southeast southeast outhea ¬
east ea l quarter and southwest iuthw t quarter of ofsoutheast o oSOUl ofsontlieatst
southeast SOUl htat quarter of section tion sixteen sixteentownship sixtIntownhip n ntownship
township Lift liftmen en south ranee twenty twentythre tent1thre twentythree
thre east or ii so o much thereof t thew of as a may maybe lJ1ayh maybe
be h necessary nel tu to satisfy < nti fy said execution executionHnry executionHenry xecutionHnry
Hnry Gordon GordonSheriff GordonShriff GordonSheriff
Sheriff Marion Co Fla FlaDISSOLUTION FlaDISSOLUTION FlaDISSOLUTION
DISSOLUTION NOTICE NOTICENotice NOTICEXot NOTICENotice
Notice Xot < t is hereby given i n that the th na naval naal naval ¬
val al stores > firm I rl11 doing business at atLynne n nLynn atLynne
stores
Lynne Fla fl a unJer the firm name of B BL BL BL
L Boone Co has been dissolved and andthe andthe andthe
the business sold to Messrs Tiller an ani aniMiller I IMiller jli1Jer
Miller The > firm of B L Boone Co Copaid Copl Copaid
paid pl d up all indebtedness in btednes made < < and due dueprior dU dUprior dueprior
prior to the sale and are not respon responsible responsible responsible ¬
sible either as a firm or 0 individuals individualsfor
j for any bills made matf since the sale saleB
B I L Boone BooneR
R J J White WhiteBy WhiteBy WhiteBy
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Lynne Fla June 20 o 1505 1505Nunnallys 1 19015Nunnall 15 15XunnaJ1
Nunnallys XunnaJ1 s candies fresh every week weekby weekb weekby
by b express and only SOc per pound poundYou poundYou poundYou
You dont have to pay pa for the name namein namein
in buying these goods and there is no
bitter b tter candy sold in this market Sold Soldand Soldand Soldand
and recommended by the Postoffice PostofficeDrugstore PostofflceDugtoe PostofficeDrugstore
Drugstore DrugstoreAt
At Rheinauers Patent Mosquito MosquitoNets
Nets at special low prices pricesTelephone pricsTel pricesTelephone
Telephone Tel phone 15 150 Hermitage H rmita e Dairy DairyOur DairyOur ir irOur
Our odd dressers desks d 1 and dressing dressingtables dre dresslntables sln slntables
tables are the handsomest in town The TheOcala Tht TheOcala
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TINGS WINDOW SHADES LACE AND PCRTIERS PCRTIERSCURTAINS PCRTIERCURTAINS PORTIER2CURTAINS
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The Finest Teas Grown Standard Stan ar Grades of Coffees CoffeesClover CofteesClover CofeesClover
Clover Hill Creamery Butter BatterOnly ButterOnly ButterOnly
Only the Purest of Spices 50 pounds poun s Royal Gloss Starch 275 275All J75AU 175A11
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that one had ben found in Colon ColonlLivingstons ColonrlL I ILitingstons
Livingstons L inston yard It was s poKen = of ofas orI ora ofas I
as a a very er rare tree When hen the Rev RevI ResiBen He Hei
I iBen Ben Helm returned retul1 from the th East he hepp hespont hespent
pp spent nt some timr with friends at South SouthLake SouthLke SouthLake
Lake Weir eir He gate ea e us some seeds seedsof
of the soap tr r2 and 3 < 1 of the th tallow tre treMy tree treeMy 1
My 11 wife > planted them and ant when they theywere theywere I
were w > r very oy small I set them out in our ouryard ouryard I Iyard
yard Th They y crew zr w well and both bore boreberries horeborrie boreberries
t I Iwer
berries The berries of the tallow tree treewere treewere
were covered with something som < < thing which whichlooked whihJook whichlooked
looked Jook > d like tallow When hfn we w left leftSouth leftSouth I Ii
i South Lake Weir eir five or 0 six years ear ago aothey agothto agothey
they thto were both doing well wellTours wellYour wellTours
Tours truly trulyD
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medicine which meets m > ts all requirements requirementsfor
for a blood anl system s tem cleanser < < r such suchas suchias
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are just what you need ne to cure stom stomach stomneh stomach ¬
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the AntiMonopoly Drugstore 25c 25cjzuaranteifl 25cI 5 5i
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NESS N SS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES LAP ROBES ROBESSADDLES ROBESSADCLE ROBESSADDLES
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