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HRPPEHINGS AhPENiNf AhPENiNfWarren S ABOUT TOWN TOWNAVarreu TOWNarren
Warren arren Holtzclaw of Candler was wasin was1n wasin
in the city Monday MondayCol MondaCol
Col AY v B Wilson nf If f Charleston is isagain i3pIn isagain
again at the Ocala House HouseMr Houser HouseCdr
Mr r Josiah Yarn arn returned Tuesday Tuesdayfro I IfrotD
fro from a business bu iness trip to South Florida FloridaMr J JIIraLDd
Mr IIraLDd nnd Mrs trs H Hatton have re reterned retarned retarned
tarned to their old home in Paris ParisFrance P ParisFrance ris risFnnce
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FranceFred France FranceFred FnnceFred
Fred Welhe returned Tuesday Tuesdayfrom
from fro a visit isitorse of several eral weeks in Jack JackMiw Jachaeilville Tack8MlTiUe
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Miss fiance Love left Wednesday Wednesdayfor
for a visit to OcalaJacksonville OcalaJacksonvilleMetropolis Ocala OcalaJ Jacksonville JacksonvilleMetropolis cksonvilleMetropolis
Metropolis MetropolisCecils MetropolisCecils MetropolisCecils
Cecils Corn Salve cures your our corns cornswithout ctlrnswithout turnswithout
without making them sore Ask for forIUtTydings forIt
IUtTydings 11 at T Tydings dings t Co CoOn CoOIl Cooa
On the 4th day of July all roads will willtowards will1ed willDead
Dead towards Ocala and everybody everybodywill
will be beaded in this direction directionMrs
Mrs rs J M Gates and son Frank Frankwent Frankwent Frankentto
went entto to Lake Weir Mon Monday day afternoon afternoonto
to join Mr Gates The will remain all allsummer allSUMmer allSlimer
summer SlimerThe summerThe SUMmerThe
The reading club held a pleasant pleasantmeeting pleasantmeeling pleasantsleeting
meeting with Miss JH 8 Sara and Miss MissViolet 11185Yiolet MissViolet
Violet Harris Tuesday afternoon afternoonKipling afternoonKipling afternoonRipling
Kipling was studied studiedA
A full line of Whitings fine station stationery stationery stationerymay ¬
1 ery erymay may be e found at Tydiugs Ty dings Cos Cosdrug eosdrug Josdrub
drug store All 11 shades shad shadesTy and an qualities qualitiesare
1 are included in our stock stockR stockYr stockMr
Yr R L Ivey Ivp who has been quite quiteill
ill for several weeks eek5 left Tuesday for forTffhite forWhIte forWhite
WhIte Springs where be wiil spend spendtime spend3ie pendl81e
l81e + time recuperating recuperatingBulloch recuperatingrs g gMrs
Mrs rs Bulloch of Bartow who has hasIn hasbeen
been 0 In Ocala for some time visiting visitingw
ker w daughter Mrs frs 01I O M f Eaton re returned returned returned ¬
turned home Monday afternoonJudgeW afternoon afternoonJudge afternoonJudge
JudgeW Judge WS S Bullock is holding cir circuit cirut cirvait ¬
cuit ut court at Inverness Inver > iess s His sons sonsiaeand sonsZCLieand sonsJ
ZCLieand J iaeand ie and Julian accompanied him himWdwill himand i iand
Wdwill and will spend several days fishing fishingonLakeTsala fishingon
onLakeTsala on Lake 18al Apopka ApopkaThe 110pkaThe
The Club House continues to main mainkin maintain maintam
kin tam o Its
popularity Among the ar arrivals arnais arrivals ¬
rivals Tuesday Tueros y were H S Chambers ChambersSistrunk ChambersC
C C L Sistrunk H G 1 Eagletou B E Ecity Ella EItarwir
lla Itarwir Or city c and A W Y Burnett Burnettgood BurnettPlttsbarg BurnettPlttsburs
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10 good S ood health heal th unless the kidneys kidneyssound kidneysare
are sound Foley Fole s Kidney Cure Carefces Curekes Cureakes
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Mayor Fishel chairman of the theFourth theFourth theFourth
Fourth of July finance committee re reports reports reports ¬
ports that he has already collected collectedover
over a hundred dollars for the hip hipblowout bigblowout i iblowout
blowout on that day dayAt dayt dayAt
At t the Baptist church Sundaymorning Sunday Sundaymorning Sundaymorning
morning Miss Hattye Hatt e Mae Porter Portersang Portersang Portersang
sang most delightfully This was the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time Miss Porter had sung in inpublic inpublic
public since her return home and as asusual
usual all were charmed with her hervoice hervoice
voice voiceArkansas voiceArkansas
Arkansas Chill Tonic is the best bestchill bestchill bestchili
chill medicine on tbe market Tyd Tydiugs Tydings
iugs in cL Co have bold during the past pastnine pastnine pastnine
nine months 14SS bottles of this ex excellent excellent excelleut ¬
cellent tonic tonicMies tonicMi8s toniclilies
lilies Carrie Satnford of Opelika OpelikaAlabama OpelikaAlabama OpelikaAlabama
Alabama who is tbe guest of Mrs R RG RG RG
G Blake delighted the congregation congregationat
at the Presbyterian Presb terian I church Sunday Sundaynight Sundaynight Sundaynight
night with a beautiful vocal solo She Shehas Shehas Shehas
has a splendid voice voi e and her singing singingwas
was greatly enjoyed enjoyedHon enjo oed oedHon
Hon and Mrs lr8 C M Brown re returned returned returned ¬
turned from lallahassee Sunday af afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ternoon Mr ir Brown says that sever several Revera1 several ¬
al of his bills were killed per force of ofparliamentary ofparliamentary ofparliamentary
parliamentary tactics He says be is isgoing isgoIng isgoing
going to devote the rest two years to tothe tothe tothe
the study of parliamentary talY law a w in inorder inorder inorder
order to get even with some of his biscolleagues hiscolleagues hiscolleagues
colleagues colleaguesDuring colleaguesDuring colleaguesDuring
During the summer kidney irregularities irregu irregularities irregularities ¬
larities are often caused by excessive excessivedrinking excessivedfinkiug excessived
d drinking or being overheated At Attend Attend Attend ¬
tend to the kidney at once by using usingFoleys usingFoleys usingFoleys
Foleys Kidney Cure Post Office OfficeDrug OfficeDrug OfficeDrag
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Dr E Van Hood returned home homeMonday homeIond homeMonday
Monday Iond y morning much to the de delight delight delight ¬
light of his many friends He has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been absent seven months and during duringthis duringthis duringthis
this time toured Arizona Colorado ColoradoCalifornia ColoradoCalifornia ColoradoCalifornia
California N yew aw Mexico Texas and andother andother andother
other states He Htvisited visited the Yosemite YosemiteValley YosemiteVall YosemiteValley
Valley Vall y and many other beautiful beautifulplaces beautifulplc9B beautifulplanes
places in the west He is in splendid splendidhealth spl splendidhealth ndid ndidhealth
health and his travels have been most mostdelightful mostdelightful mostdelightful
delightful delightfulI
HI I have been troubled forsome for some time timewith timewith timewith
with indigestion and sour stomach stomachsays stomachsays stomachsays
says Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee LeeMass Lee18s LeeMass
Mass and have been taking Cham Chamberlains Chamberlains Chamberlains ¬
berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Tabletswhich Tabletswhich Tabletswhich
which have helped me very much so sothat sothat sothat
that now I can eat many things that thatbefore thatbefore thatbefore
before I could not If you have any anytrouble anytrouble anytrouble
trouble with your stomach why not nottake nottake nottake
take these tablets and an get well For Forsale Fors Forsale
sale s le by AntiMonopoly Drug Store in inChamberlains IIIChamberlains mChamberlains
Chamberlains Pain Balm is an antiseptic an antiseptic antiseptic ¬
tiseptic liniment and when applied appliedto
to cuts bruises and burns causes causesthem causesthem causesthem
them to heal without maturation and andand andand andand
and much mu h more quickly than by the theusual tbeusual theusual
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A PLEASANT PLE SANT EVENING EVENINGWITH EVENINGWITH EVENINGWITH
WITH MIS MRSMiss IfOCIEI IfOCIEIMiss OC E EMiss
Miss Venable and Miss Porter PO ter Guests Guestsof
of Honor at a Lovely Party PartyA
A delightful event this t is week was wasthe wasthe VUMtbe
the party Monday night at which whichMrs whichMrs whichMrs
Mrs William Hocker entertained entertainedcomplimentary entertainedcomplimentary entertainedcomplimentary
complimentary to her guest Miss MissElizabeth 1IissEiizllheth MissEiizaheth
Elizabeth Venable of Jacksonville Jacksonvilleand
and Miss Hattye Mae Porter of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city cityMrs
Mrs r8 Hockers lovely home is beau beautifully beautifully beautifully ¬
tifully adapted to entertaining and andher audher andher
her guests spent an ideally pleasant pleasantevening pleasantevening pleasantevening
evening eveningEverywhere eveningEverywhere eveningEverywhere
Everywhere about the house on onthe onthe onthe
the mantels man tels tables pianos pian us were wereplaced wereplaced wereplaced
placed vases of brown eyed eyedSusans eyedSusans eyedSusans
Susans which lent added add d attractive attractiveI ¬
ness to the rooms roomsThe roomsThe roomsThe
The guests were met at the door by byMiss byIi byMiss
Miss Ii s Frances Anderson and Miss MissHael MissH MissHtzel
Hael H + zel Hiller and were shown into intof intothe in intothe to tot tothe
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the parlor where Mrs rs Hocker and the thefair thefair thefair
fair guests of honor welcomed themmost them themmost thenllllost
most cordially cordiallyMiss ord ially iallyltiss
Miss Veuable a tall and stately statelybrunette statelybrunette statelybrunette
brunette looked haudsame in white whiteA
A touch of color was given her cos costume emtume costume ¬
tume by b the red geraniums in her herhair herhair herhair
hair and her bouquet of red and pink pinkroses pinkrose pinkroses
roses Miss 11 iss Porter wore a lovely lovelygown lovelygown lovelygown
gown of white lace over yellow satin satinand satinand satinand
and Mrs Irs Hocker was also in white whiteAfter wbiteAftcr whiteAfter
After the guests had all arrived arrivedMiss arrivedliss arrivedMiss
Miss Venable and Miss 11 iss Porter chose chosesides chosesides chosesides
sides and charades were acted This Thiswas rnJiswas Thiswas
was a very novel mode of entertain entertaining en tE rtain rtainiug ¬
lug and proved most delightful The Thedining Thedining Thedining
dining room was used as the stage stageThe stageI
I The charades were all good ones and andwere andwere andwere
were splendidly carried out and each eachside eachside eachside
side kept the other guessing and andthinking andthinking andthinking
thinking hard but in the end all of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them were solved solvedIn
In one of the charades a recitation recitationwas
was given by Miss Bessie Porter who whois whoisquite
is quite a talented elocutionist elocutionistAfter elocutionistAfter elocutionistAfter
After the acting of the charades charadesdelicious charadesI charadesdelicious
delicious peach cream and cake was wasenjoyed wasenjoyed wasenjoyed
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enjoyed and later in tbs evening Miss MissPorter MissPorter iss issPorter
Porter rendered several vocal solos soloswhich soloswhich soloswhich
which added more pleasure to a most mostpleasant mostpleasant mostpleasant
pleasant evening eveningHow
How noiseless falls the foot of Time TimeThat TimcThal TimeThat
That only treads on flowers flowersIt
It is a L matter of sincere regret that thatMiss thatlIiss thatMiss
Miss Venables visit in Ocala was of ofsuch ofuch ofsuch
such short duration and it is hoped hopedthat hopedthat hopedthat
that she will make Ocala another anothervisit anothervi anothervisit
visit vi it at an early earlydate earlydateThe date dateThe dateThe
The following were Mrs Hookers Hookersguests Hockersguests Hookersguests
guests Misses Elizabeth Eliz beth Venable VenableHattye VenableHattye VenableHattye
Hattye Mae Porter Mrs rl Edward EdwardHiller EdwardHiller EdwardHiller
Hiller Misses Mis es Hattie Dye Esther EstherWeathers EstherVeathers EstherWeathers
Weathers Mary Reardon Bessie Por Porter Porter Porter ¬
ter Florrie Crook Louella Gary GaryMarie Garyhlarie GaryMarie
Marie Bullock Sara Harris Violet VioletHarris VioletHarris VioletHarris
Harris Sallie Camp Jessie Palmer PalmerPauline PalmerPauline PalmerPauline
Pauline Sullivan Annie Davis Valeta ValetaPotter ValetaPotter ValetaPotter
Potter Frances Anderson Hazle HazleHiller Haz1eHiller HazleHiller
Hiller Mattie Williams Mr and andMrs andlIrs andMrs
Mrs Lee Miller Messrs W V W V Mar Martin Martin Iartin ¬
tin S E Huller Arthur Masters B BS BS BS
S Weathers W V T Wheeler E J JCiook JCrook JCrook
Crook W V T Gary C V Miller G H HFord HFord HFord
Ford CL C L Anderson Clifton Camp CampW
W W V Condon Emmett Robinson RobinaoaRobert Robin9oDRobert RobinsonRobert
Robert Mathews J H Taylor J H HMathews Hlfalhews HMathews
Mathews O B Howse Eugene Cox CoxLeon CoxLeon CoxLeon
Leon Hanlon HanlonHis
His Last Hops Realized RealizedFrom
From the Sentinel Gebo Mon MonIn SionIn 0 0In
In the first opening of Oklahoma to tosettlers tosettlers tosettlers
settlers in 1889 the editor of this paper paperwai paperwal paperwal
wal among the many seekers after afterfortune afterfortune afterfortune
fortune who wbomade made the big race one onefine onefine onefine
fine day in April During his travel traveling traveling traveling ¬
ing about and afterwards his camping campingupon campingUPOl campingupon
upon his claim he encountered much muchbad muchbad muchbad
bad weather which together with withsevere withsevere withsevere
severe heat gave him a very severe severediarrhoea severediarrhoea severediarrhoea
diarrhoea which it seemed almost almostimpossible almotimpossible almostimpossible
impossible to check and along in inJune inJune inJune
June the case became so bad he ex expected expected expected ¬
pected to die One day one of his hisneighbors hisneighbors hisneighbors
neighbors brought him one onesmall small bot bottle bottle battie ¬
tle of Chamberlains Chamb rlalns Colic Cholera Choleraand Choleraand Choleraand
and Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope hopeA
A big dose was given him while he bewas hewas hewas
was rolling about on the ground in ingreat ingreat ingreat
great agony and in a few minutes the tbedose thedose thedose
dose was repeated The good effect of oftbe oftbe ofthe
tbe medicine was soon noticed and andwitbin andwithin andwithin
within an hour the patient was taking takinghis
his first sound sleep for a fortnight fortnightThat fortnightThat fortnightThat
That one little bottle worked a com complete complete complete ¬
plete cure and he cannot help but feel feelgrateful feelgrateful feelgrateful
grateful The season for or bowel dis disorders disorders disorders ¬
orders suggests this item For sale by byAntiMonopoly byAnti byAnti
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THE FOURTH FOURTHOcala
Ocala Will be It on the Nations NationsBirthday NationsBirthday NationsBirthday
Birthday BirthdayThe
The various committees comuli ltpeH selected to toarrange toarrange toarrange
arrange for our big Fourth of July Julycelebration Julycelehration Julycelebration
celebration are hard at work and andeverybody andeverybudy andeverybody
everybody who is isso so fortunate as to be bewithin bEwithin bewithin
within our gates on that day is prom promised promised promised ¬
ised a time that will be remembered rememberedtill rt > Juemberedtill
till time shall be no more
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The committee on public comfort comforthave comforthave I Ihave
have arranged all the details in this thisline this1ine thisline
line so our guests are respectfully respectfullynotified respectfullynotified respectfullynotified
notified that they can get plenty to toeat toeata toeata
eat eata a sandwich sand wich this size for a nickleK nickle
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The Knights of Pythias lodge No
19 held memorial exercises Sundayafternoon Sunday Suudayafternoon uudayafternoon
afternoon afternoonThis afternoonrrhis afternoonThis
This is one of the largest fraternal fraternalorders fJoaternalorders fraternalorders
orders in the city and is constantly constantlyadding contithntlyadding constantlyadding
adding new n w names to their list of ofmembers ofmembers ofmembers
members membersIn
In response to announcements announcementsprinted announcementsprinted announcementsprinted
printed in the tb local press pre s the Knights Knightsmet
met in Castle Hall promptly at three threeoclock threej threeoclock
j oclock Sunday afternoon and march marched ¬
ed in regular order wearing their theirregalia theirregalia theirregalia
regalia of ofllce first to the old ceme cemetery cemetery cemetery ¬
tery On reaching reacbin there Chancellor ChancellorCommander ChancellorConlmander ChancellorCommander
Commander T 1 J Owen read the thebeautiful thebeautiful thebeautiful
beautiful memorial service and Mr MrO lIrO Mr0T
O 0T T 1 Green in the absence of Rev J JA JA JA
A Hendry delivered a beautiful im impromptu hupromptu intprowptu ¬
promptu eulogy over the dead He Hementioned Hementioned Hementioned
mentioned in touching language the thenames thenames thenames
names of those Knights who lie lieburied lieburied lieburied
buried in our cemeteries cemeteriesThe
The lodge was organized In this city cityin
in 1890 since which time fifteen of its itsmembers itsmeInbers itsmembers 1 I 1I
members have passed over the river riverto
to that undiscovered country The Thefollowing Thefollowing rhefollowing
following is a list of the departed departedKnights departedInights departedKnights
Knights viz Mr lr Kingman Geo GeoVinal GeoVinal GeoVinal
Vinal Edward Badger R B McCon McConuell McConnell
I Inell
nell J A Eowell James J Hill HillChas HillChas i iChas
Chas Wiizig Philip Kellogg WalterStevens WalterStevens Walter ValterStevens I
Stevens B Dupree lodge O H HPerry BPerr HPerry
Perry Perr C H Colby A J Witt M L LTuttle LTuttle LTuttle
Tuttle C J Garrett GarrettAt
At the close of the memorial exer exercises exercises exercises ¬
cises the Knights visited the graves gravesand gravesand gravesand
and decorated them with flowers flowersThey flowerslhey flowersThey
They then took carriages and went wentto wen t tto
to Greenwood cemetery and strewed strewedflowers strewedflowers strewedflowers
flowers over the graves of the Knights Knightswho
who are buried there thereThe thererfhe thereThe
The ritual is a very beautiful one oneand OIHand oneand
and the exercises Sunday afternoon afternoonwere
were very impressive and largely Jarceyattended at attended attended ¬
tended tendedCupid tendedCupid tendedCupid
Cupid Brings Ocala and Miami To Together Torether Together ¬
gether getherThe retherThe getherThe
The Miami Metropolis of June 5 5gives 5gives 5gives
gives an interesting writeup of the themarriage themarriage themarriage
marriage of Mr Joe F Chaile and andMiss audMiss andMiss
Miss Minnie Hall HallThe Hallfbe HallThe
The home was elegantly decoratedwith decorated decoratedwith decoratedwith
with exquisite potplants pot plants and flowers JlowersThe JlowerThe flowersThe
The Metropolis says saysMr saysIr saysJr
Mr Ir Chaille is a young man who en enjoys enjoys enjoys ¬
joys in a marked degree the esteem esteemand e esteemand teenl teenland
and respect of all our citizen S Start Starting art urting arting
ing with a modest beginning he has hasbuilt hasbuilt hasbuilt
built up a successful Lupine than thanevidencing th1evidencing thanevidencing
evidencing his capacity and energy energywhile elwrgywhile energywhile
while all who know him attest his hissterling hissterling hissterling
sterling worth of character his integ integrity in ilhtegrity tPg tPgrity ¬
rity and high moral reputation The Thebride fjhcbride Thebride
bride is one of the loveliest most mostamiable mostamiable mostamiable
amiable and cultured young ladle ladlewho latHewbo ladieswho
who ever graced this community and andin andin andin
in winning her for a bride the groom groomhas groomhas groomhas
has secured a treasure verily better betterthan betterI betterthan
I than great riches richesThe richesThe richesThe
The wedding presents were numer numerous numerous numerous ¬
ous and embraced many useful andelegant and andelegant andelegant
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Here is light for you on the thebusiness thebusiness thebusiness
business of a bank banku bankWhat bankij
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eie I I i It takes care of your money It Itgives ItI
1 I j gives you commercial standing standingin
i in the community It affords aconstant a aconstant aI
I constant reference to your fi financial fiMUNROE financial ¬
MUNROE CH4MBLISS CH4MBLISSBankers ii nancial abilityII ability abilityThe abilityBanker
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HON OBI C M BROWN BROWNHolds
Holds up the Hunds of the Executive ExecutiveCommittee ExecutiveCommittee ExecutiveCommittee
Committee CommitteeOCALA CommitteeOCALA Committeer
Oc OcTo OCALA r tLa FLA June 10 10To 10To
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner BannerSince BannerSince BannerSince
Since my return from Tallahassee I Ibave Ihave Ihave
have heard much regarding the tbevacancy thevacancy
vacancy caused by the resignation of ofilr oft ofx
ilr x t r E P Thagard ThagardT
I desire des 1e to today say through your paper paperto
to the voters of Marion county and andto andto andto
to the executive committee in partic particular particular partieular ¬
ular that I think the governors ac action action action ¬
tion when the time comes will be besatisfactory besatisfactory besatisfactory
satisfactory to them and to us U I Ican Ican Ican
can see no reason why it should be beotherwise beotberwise beotherwise
otherwise for his whole administra ¬
I tion has letn tv n marked with ith ford got od d And Andwise
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wise appointments and as yet t MO MOstain ItOstuin nostain
stain or blemish can be found upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the escutcheon of his executive executiveability executtability executiveability
ability abilityNow abilityNow abilityNow
Now as to niy position touching touchingthis
this matter I feel that the voters votersof
I of this county count have honored me Uy Uytheir b bthei bytheir
their confidence with a high and hon honorable houorable ¬
9 9orable
orable position and T will willllfw6r never be betray betray betray ¬
tray that trust trustThe trustfjhe trustThe
The action 3cti > n of the executive com committee CfJrnmittee cummittee ¬
mittee meets with my m approval and andto 8udI andto
to the extent of my ability I emotion emotionand nn tJionl tJionlI
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I and uphold them
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THE MCCARTHY STORE STOREAgain
Again A ail1 open with a fresh fre b and andwell andwell andwell
well selected line of Groceries Groceriesetc
etc Cheap for cash High Highest Highest Highest ¬
est market prices paid forcountry for forcountry forcountry
country produce produceFree produceFree i
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Free sheds for your teams teamsCome teamsCome teamsCome
Come and see us we will do you goodl goodlD g gpGdbo odt odtDe
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Our assortment of ladies misses misses and childrens childrensSandals childrensSandals childrensSandals
Sandals Slippers and Oxfords and Mens LowShoes Low LowShoes LovShoes
Shoes is as good as was ever brought to Ocala Ocalaand Ocalai
i t and the best offered at the prices We want to toshow toshow
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Do you trrvel Do you want a good trunk trunkWe trunkVe trunkWe
We have a lot of good trunks that we will willoffer willofler
offer at special 8peciallow low prices while they last lastA Ocala OcalaFurniture 0 CO cab cabA I 0 0A
A Good Metal Trunk 200 S200I 200A
A Good Canvas Covered Trunk 300 300A
I A Good Canvas Strap Trunk 400 400Leather 400IJeather Furniture FurnitureCompany Urili Lure LureLeather
Leather bound brass trimmed trunks at pro proportional proportional proportional ¬
Also valises and portional traveling prices pricesAlso pricesAlso bas baesThese bagsThese Company CompanyOCALA C ompon Y
These are all BIG BARGAINS and we have haveother haveother haveother
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