The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).

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RESTAURANT The Coarse of Study and the Systemof

and Departure of Trains at Training.The .
OcalaSEABOARD education given in the schools of

.-X. First Class: Meals Switzerland is to many respects more
AIR LINE comprehensive and practical than that

Schedule in Effect April 16 offered in our curric-uluois. The girls,
. 1
SOUTHBOUND for Instance, .are taught; not only to

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESI I read and write and spell but to cook
Leave-1:20 p. m., and 2:05 a. m.
I Arrive from Jacksonville-2 p. m. to wash to sew, says the Housekeeper.

and 2 a. m. In: addition to being trained fJr the du-

Oysters in All Styles NORTHBOUND tIes of homemaking and housekeeping I

Arrive from Tampa-1 p. m., and 2 each girl is taught some useful trade.

a. m. Many of the pupils are daughters of I

Room until Personal I Leave-2:20 p. m., and 2:05 a. m. rich parents, and there is little likelihood M*'
Dining midnight.
open for ,
of their ever having to earn their I. WttsmCuts

attention given to special orders, anything : ATLANTIC: COAST LINE own living, but the paternal govern- !j A Sure CIllFf% Sores.Sprains.Corns, Bunions d

the market offers prepared for the table on Northbound ment takes the view that every member Galls. Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints

short notice. i No. 78, from St. Petersburg Lakeland: of society should possess the ability Frosted Feet. Bums Scalds etc.

and Tampa arrives 12:40.p. m.; leaves to be self supporting even though; AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflammation -

1 p. m.. for Jacksonville. the necessity to exercise that ability and drives out Pain.

Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar i Southbound should never arise. No excuse: has PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues

No. 39, from Jacksonville, arrives been spared in equipping the schools of promotes a free circulation of the Blood giving the Muscles

Skilled Cooks. Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. ":35 p. IT ; leaves, 2:55 p. m. Switzerland for the teaching of domes natural elasticity.

I S. S. 0. & G. tic science BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH

Special Price to Regular Boarders Homo- The boys too, have not been neglected ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
No. 49, leaves 7:10 a. m., for
I In the Swiss system of education.
No. 45 leaves 10:05 a. m., for Juli- Physical culture and manual training CURED SCIATIC

THE CARMiCHAEL & SON GOAt i ette, Archer, Lake City and points bare prominent places in the curricu

1!north. lum, and every boy on leaving the public E. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxville

i No. 47, leaves 3 p. m., for Homosassa \ school is equipped to earn his own Tenn., writes: I have been trying the baths of

McGrath's Stand i: Inverness and points south. living. Fads and frills are absent from Hot Springs. Ark., for sciatic rheumatism but I

i i No. 44 arrives 9:40 a. m., from Ho- the Swiss schools. The hard headed taxpayers get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment 4
+ mosassa. than any medicine or anything I have ever tried.
want to see some return for
No. 46 arrives 12:20 p. m., from Inverness Inclosed find postoffice order for $1.00. Send me
Juliette and points south. their money. They demand that the large bottle by Southern Express."

i No. 48 arrives 6 p. m., from Homo- education for which they pay shall be THREE SIZES : 25c 50c AND $1.00BE

| sassa, Jasper Lake City, Archer and practical and useful in after life. Are ,
points north.A they not right? SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE

Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST. .

DISASTROUS CALAMITY "Kitting For Freedom."
Glad-;tone was never weary of pro

I It is a disastrous calamity when you test against the fallacy of what was
We full and line of
carry lost your health, because indigestionand called "preparing" new communitiesfor
constipation have sapped it away.
freedom teaching a colony, like! an
Prompt relief can be had in Dr.' King'sNew
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS I Life Pills. They build up your digestive infant, by slow degrees of walk first SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS.

; organs, and cure headache, putting it into long clothes, then into

dizziness, colic, constipation, etc. Guaranteed short: clothes. Our modern colonists,
Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- he said, after quitting their mother I

WIRE FENCING store; 25c. country, instead of keeping their liberties IEUREKALOLITCHECZEMA

I gj out to Australia or New Zealand

I S. A. L, SPECIAL RATES to be deprived of these liberties
and and then perhaps, after fifteen or
1$8.45 SAVANNAH GA. and return.
tWE'ntl'ars' waiting have
agiven IHrtion
MILL SUPPLIES.Sash Tickets on sale May 14 and 15, lim- CUREDNot
I back to them with magnificent
ited returning to May 26.
language about the liberality of parliament
(1$35.35 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, and re-
Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden of all Kinds in conceding free institutions. something that will cure everything, but a specific prescribed for over
Implements turn. Tickets on sale May 15, 16 and
I 17, limited returning to May :31. During; the whole of that interval they thirty years by Doctor Burgess one of London's most celebrated skin specialists. -

are condemned to hear all the miserable .
$35.45 KANSAS CITY MO., and return.
jargon about fitting them for the '
This is the Tool Tickets on sale May 7 to 11, inclusive -
I privileges thus conferred, while in The Eurekalol Eczema Cure is the famous remedy gnaranteeu to quickly
limited to May 23.
I point of fact every year and every relieve and permanently cure any disease of the skin or scalp. It,is purely
$28.55 ST. LOUIS, MO., and return.
-FURv. I month during which they are retained antiseptic and germicidal. We have thousands of testimonials to prove the
'' Tickets on sale May 14, 15 and 16,
27. under the administration of a despotic true virtue of its positive cure.
i limited to May
I government renders them less fit tor Don't waste your time and money on "cure-alls." The absolutely do no

' Fall and Spring Crops i DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON free institutions.- ilorley's "Life ofGladstone. good.

j Foley & Co., Chicago, originated ." Write to us at once for our famous Eurekalol Eczema Cure. It will tell

\ Honey and Tar as a throat and lung the story that is more convincing than pages of argument. Price, postpaid
remedy, and on account of the great An Inventor's Lost Dime. 50c and $1.00.

We will be pleased : merit and popularity of Foley's Honey Once an inventor sought t> transmute Don't suffer from thcst torturesome Files. One application of the famous

y I and Tar many imitations are offered ideas into gjld, says the New York Eurekalol Pile Cure will give immediate relief. Proce, postpaid 50 cents.
to see at a
you I I for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey News. He hud worked in a small three
and Tar nd refuse substitute offered -
.... )_ -. times any sided shop! in C's'.ual street which \vathen I
I W ,I as no other preparation will give nu uptown Mt-tioi of the city. Tin
1 the same satisfaction. It is mildly: lax- I
man was .Ju l'Ilh Francis, nUll the derive -
HARD3ALARE CO I ative. It contains no opiates and is
which he worked
upon was a uou-
safest for children and delicate per-

SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD &. MacDUFF.Florida I sons. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. capsizable lifl' Oi't. One day he fount! Seaboard Air-Line
himself in need of a ln>lt. lie also! be- Ry.

LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R, g'n to ft-el the demoralizing rav;.g'>s o'

hunger. He had but 10 cents. His tie

:, Fastest Time, Finest Service to Bir- <;.:'(' was for tie bolt only but he re:'lined l- -FOR-

mingham, Memphis. Nashville, Lou i that bread also was necessary t'
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Washington -
East Coast Railway. 'i i isville, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicagoand tiuinh his work. Siiddeiiiy! he hit lilJ:. Baltimore, Phila delphia and New York

all points North and West in a compromise. He remembered tha:

'!; through Pullman sleepers, with unexcelled there was a hardware shop away up in Two Elegant Trains Daily

Local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 17 1905. !i dining car service. Official the country above Fifty-ninth; street SEABOARD EXPRESS and SEABOARD MAIL
; route to Kansas City to the Southern where he conld pet the bolt for :> cents

SOUTH-BOUND-READ COWN. Baptist Convention to be held May lOll Late at night he returned ta: his lW1' Modern Pullman Equipment
NORTH-BOUND-READ UP.FEXIXSUUR + ,. One fare rate, plus 50 cents for the
with the bolt: and a loaf of bread. He

t!No. 99 i No. 291 'INo.78JNo. 981Daiq round trip. Stop-overs on these tick- worked until !'lmri e. when the boat ONLY LINE
STATIONS ets permitted at St. Louis and Mammoth -
Daily _Dally. I Daily.j Cave. For sleeping car reserva- was completed. He" had built the Francis Operating Daily Through Sleeper from Jacksonville to New Orleans

-I'- -940 a!Lv ......?__..JackMn"1l1e.... ...._ Ar TOO p;I100 -8 60 a tions, maps, folders rates and full information lifeboat On its first trial it saved I For full information and sleeper reservations can on any agent; Seaboard
0'11'1 II 4i a, ..._....5'. Jack onville_...._ Lv 6 521' 842 atitiP,1055i. call on or write George E. COO lives.
: ,. ._.._._St. Augustine ._...._. 5501' 140a Florida L. -- ----- or write:
6b3p'1192a' .. ..................Ha.tings.-,...._. 455p 649a Herring. Passenger Agert
7 1O p I150 a _......._.Ea"t Palatka........._ 4 34 pI, 6 211 a & N., 206 W. liar St., Jacksonville Fla. Pained Beaches. A. O. MACDOXELL A. l}. P. A. 5. C. BOYLSTON. JR., P. A.
I In upheavals of land near the sen.wLen .
'f 351' iil5P'Ar ....._..._.._PalaUa .___._. Lv 410 pi Ii 00 a I JACKSONVILLE FLOR'DA
00 6 45 1':11: 25 Lv ........._...._.._PallltJ.a ....._........ .o\r Ii 00 655aa SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY !it r'e; < si quickly as to curry the I
-,- pI, 1 line of shingle! above the reach of tilewves.

2iop', 200. Ar .........._-SanMatPo...._...... Lv 2 101"..........- CO I Parlor Car Service formal
Q 0 800 a, Lv .........?....San !,.)_.._....... Ad I 82P 750a the fiat terraces thus
-'I7 -,-_- ---,:- ZI I Parlor cars on the Seaboard Air Line are called "raided beaches" and generally THE COLORED PEOPLFSDEPARTM Everything passed off pleasantly. The

t: 5J I' 12: 32f11 Lv ..._....__.....St'i_.........._ Lv' 3 51 pi 50a ::: will be continued on day trains between hardened recitations, essays addresses etc., were
t Zi II 031.12.. P. ...,.....__..Bnnl rile..._._..._ : 3 HI'' 5 31i a rj I consist of sand and shingle, ENT
8101.1255 ... ......_.._..Dul..nL_............., 3sip: 529a r+ I Ocala, Jacksonville and Tampa. t{> the consistency of pudding splendid, and the brass band was at its
0\ $41p l 16p. ..._....._.Orlllfnd ".'_''''''',''.. 310pO' 4 59 a best. A handsome sum'-was realized.
K sa pi: 139 p, ..........__Da-t..nll.?_..._ 3 00 p', 4 47 a -0 WHY SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISMWhy stone. Their nature and position leave ,
9 Oil', 151 P .. ......_...._I.firt Oran 6.?.......?_. 2 [,111' 4 :11:1Vj no doubt that in ancient times the"e Rev. J. E. A. :Xeeler, Editor. The manager, Mrs. T. J. Anderson, returns -
\I lS P Ar ....._.._._ Sf'W 1'> 1n.rna.....?.._._. I 2 lU I' 4 15 a ""tt suffer from rheumatism when many thanks to the public for
251',2, ; levels have been washed by the waves.
: one application of Chamberlain's Pain
10 21 a': 3 HI'r ..._ ....._. Lake Helen .........?_? Lv 12 4.;. I' 610 I' 0 Such terraces abound along the coastsof their patronage.The .
!03'a 355p ........._Oran.' Ctly....._....... ,. 123ip : : .7 Balm will relieve the pain? The quick Star dues are in order. "
a.. IO 45 al' 4 tHl p .._OrAnj:a City>I\...... w 12 3V p Ii .41'1 relief which this liniment affords makes Cornwall and Wale?, and on both "Old Reliable, Mrs. Alice Flu-
Eo- 'I n I rest and sleep possible, and that alone !'l eof Scotland four or five of there Miss Mary Jacobs is convalescent.Rev. itt, has opened a first class restauranttwo
\I 3. P :2 2.I' Lv.... ...........SeS'IIrna...._....... Lv'' :1 )O P 4 05 AI
I 10001' :: 511' .. ..................Onk ll ill...__.?._. .' i 154 I' 3 39 a .t I is worth many times its cost. Many "strand lines" sometimes occur one Albert Emanuel of Reddick is doors below the city market
::: 1032p 3 311 1',Ar ......?.. .......Tltu"nll"_............... !, 1151 3oVa tr I who have used it, hoping only for a above the! other in heights from twenty in the city. Choice meals and lunches at living'rates.

G; -900a--........._ Ar-..... ........:StnS"nL.._.......?....Lv 1---10 CO a !u ;110 a 0 I.short relief have ben happily surprised five to a hundred feet above hi.cb!; Rev. W. O. Bartley left today for Give her call and be convinced.Open .
U1 10 OOa Lv ........_... ....._Sll1t"rd .r.-: lI'n :: to find that after awhile the relief water mark. They are alo found on Hernando.Rev. a
a.. -- -- became permanent. Mrs. V. H. Leg- until 10 o'clock each nightL.
('3 1O3 I' 3 3111' Lv ........._._ Titu.villtl _.__..._ Lv 1 I51' 3 1)Oj a .., I the Mediterranean; and Baltic; shore* S. Daniel will preach at St.
U 11 I'pi 409p ." ..._...._....Ooe..a...___._ .. 12 :111' 2Pa+, ""t gett of Yum Yum, Tennessee, U. S. A., and around some of the great Amerl Green, the tonsorial artist and
11 4 131' ....._._.. _R.ocklt"tI- .._..._ .. ,12 ;30 I" 21t writes: "I am a great sufferer from Paul A. M. E. church Thursday night
11 221'1 4 31' .. ...._......... Eau lial'r._..... ...._ .. 11:08.. 1 (11.1 __ | rheumatism( all over from head to foot, can lakes. lightning shaver. My razors shave soft
bC 12 4 54 P ?._........Meibnuue.... ....._ .. 11 4s a 1 .14 ;: :: Furnished rooms at Mrs. Mary Jones,' and sweet and my halr-cu ting is the
t: 12 a1,5 371', .. .........__Sr1aanan. ._ .... .. 1104 a 1:1 a 1 en I and Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the two doors below Powers' grocery, Or- best I have two of the finest chairs
1 39a6 29p': -.-....-.--.... t. L 1\('I......-. ...-. .. '101'1 a 1! t81mr .only: thing that will relieve the pain. Looked the Part. I
.. ............... called the street. that turn every way. Razors died In all
Co 165aI6..p. -} .nPI..t' e.__ ?_ ::1II1I a1155I>I NCif j For sale by the Postoffice Drugstore. Thomas F. lit ed once upon ange
..._.__.__ 930 a 112 1', '0C st.'es. Call an I be convinced. West
) 223a,7I, _p .. ................._.Tibloal'I.E.I"n?...._ ___. I 9:11i a 11 1 I'' head of ono IIf the departments on a 'Call at Gunn and Holland's, city Broadway, next to A. Smith.
::1 2s aI i 171' ..._...._.Jensen. _..._ .. 9 :1 a'Il 31' I SPECIAL RATES matter of official l.usiuess. : market for choice meats, etc. Give
.CI) 2 3\1 7 2s p ".. ............._.....Ftuatt_...._..__ .. 9 11 3 1111,7, I., .. 1 The s<'crersrv was out. but a new pirate them a trial. The entertainment given by the social -
3P4a'-56.' ... ....._?.. ltobaS.und..._ a4aly ::
.4J 3 27 a'' 8141't Jll 1t.-r...__._. .. A H ap' 19 1'1 Co 1 Round Colonist Rates Texas secretary wearirtr his newly acin5rt club at the Odd Fellows Hall last,
C) 4 !N ai 8 :'11' ., ....._.Wr"t Palm B"&ch.._. 7 H a' 9 4' ,' Trip The Edward Waters College closed night of
somewhat was one the best of the
.c.. 3" 9111 p ".. ....._.......-..Ik.ynWn.. ...........- .. 7 "Va 9 i81. V !! Oklanoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory < 'd honors h."U2htIy::: wa with flattering results. It will open at sea-
-- 442a928p I .....- .-. _h.Debar......-..-- .. .IUaItlp .QC there. "Pan you tell me when the secretary son. A large crowd was present and
::s 537 a'10' :111' .. ......._._F1.L'll\ll.\lal_....._.. 61s a b I'CQ Each First and Third Tuesday Reed. the usual" time, with more spacious everything in first
asked class
? was
S46a1030p .. .................._ l'a".3_ ..........._.... .. 610a' Mo6p i vill return quarters. order.
5 58 a 10 U I' ....._........1I11I1\I.Jale_..._...... 5 51' a' 7 54 p624a'1107p One-way and round trip colonist rates "Really." answered the private secretary Finances were good.
;, .... ....... Lero,nCity ..._., .. 5 S'a,, :?\I I. I I I
633.11 I Up.Ar _-......-. _......._Mumi_..-._-.-_.__. L. 5 na, 1 :101' to the West and Northwest unaware of the identity of the When :you are in need of first class The Magnolia Restaurant and Ice
--, i One-way colonist rates to Californiaand distinguished caller-'really. you know.I beef, pork fish, and vegetables call at Cream Parlor is now open night and
Daily Daily W. M. Wolfs Xo. 7, city marketAll
I for
E1. 'HOMESTUD EXTENSION ; E1.Sun. the Northwest from March 1 un- have no idea. day the public. Meals and lunches
i I "Well" drawled Reed "you look It!" orders promptly filled served to order. Ice cream and cake a
til May 15, 1905.
!- SoOI Bishop Tanner left the state last specialty. Give us a trial. Jesse Mc-
645 a ........._ Lv...... ......._..Yil'lli_. ._.. .4r ..._...._ I' Special first class round trip rates to -HArper's Weekly.READ.
8 00 a1.....__.Ar ...... .._..__II..mraead. .........._... Lv _......._ 3 41'1 Wednesday for the Xorth in Pullman Duffy proprietor.
Colorado.every day until May 1. Re- THIS drawing room apartments, arrangedby -\. W. Walker the world champion

19a. 23'No21'No. t9 No 17 No. No. ZD N; Zi No. 24 turn limit June 1, 1305. : Rev. J. H. Dickerson. shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen
Dally Sunday Sunday Sunday MAYPOATBRANGH. Xd.13Sunday Sunday Daily : The choice of the two most direct razors hair clippers and scissors and
11Sun For choice groceries, fruits candies,
Only I Only : Onl,. EI Sun Dail,. On.y. Oniy E. Sun Greenfield, Tenn.. March 30, 1901. I
i routes and three gate-ways. etc., call at Mention's grocery, two be convinced of his superior skill Razors
'COp 114S2"OOj; 9 30 a 9 00 a Lv .........Jaeks meille?..._. Ar x 30 a 12 t0 n 5 n p 5151' Dr. E. W. Hall St Louis Mo.-Dear doors below the city market Goods I honed and concaved la all styles.
6 08 P 6:5.1p 208p 93a 8 Oa a Ar ......SO). Jacky..ucille...... Lv S 22 a 11 52 a s :i7 I' 507p Union and Southern Pacific Sir: My mother is sixty-four old Call at N'o. 115:;, N. Magnolia street;,
II 44) 7'24 years delivered to of the city.A .
P P 2 4V I' 1010 a II 39 a" ...._.Pablo Bra.'ll...._. 1ill a 11 :I a 5 105 I' 4 IS I' t any part
6 45 p 7 2'J P 2 45 P 1015 aI U a" ...... Atlantk Bracb...... 7 45a: 1I 13 a ;5 O O p 4 30 P Through Pullman tourist cars operated and has suffered for twenty-five years grand time was had at Mitchell next S. A. L.
7hlp 745p :300p1030a1)00a ......__. Yav/>,)rt............ .. 73)110la 445p 415p
: each Monday from Birmingham, with kidney trouble ana one-third of a Hall all day yesterday and last night The game of baseball between the

Ala. and three cars a week from bottle of your Texas Wonder. Hall's The hall was crowded and many were Ocala and Orlando teams was splen
Washington D. C., to San Francisco Great Discovery, has cured her and I I turned away. Finances splendid.Rev. did. Both teams were in excellent

via Atlanta. :Montgomery and can fully recommend it to the public. J. H. Dickerson, G. :M. of F. A.I condition and played well. The score

dose Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. 4 0. S. S. Company For. New Orleans, without change. Effec- Tours truly, Masons of Florida is in the citH I stood 9 to 2 in favor of the home

O. B. Drewry. is traveling in the interest of the wid- team.
HAVANA AND KEY WEST. tive March 1. we operate every Monday -
ows and orphans of deceased Masons.A Call at the Peterson Restaurant;, opposite -
. and Wednesday: Pullman tourist One small bottle of the Texas Won- the city market for meals
nPf>TfJfim9iTalil; times at whloh trains may teeipeet to arrive at and depart lunches and lodging at special rates bY'the
stations. but! tt''lr. ttrm al "r>l'--; :in"re at l1"-tlm.t ptat..l18 n"1 guaranteed without change, via the Chicago and Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes take place Wednesday and Thursday day or week. Satisfaction guaran-
LOrIsthisCompanytobaheldrrap a.lblrforai.ydcays-rauycoa3rqurncesart' ... tteretrom Gravel cures Diabetes. Seminal Emis- between the Ocala and Dunnellon
teed. A .small sell
boy wanted to
Alton R. R., and the Union Pacific
I'ions.eak and Lame Backs, Rheumatism teams. A great time is expected at lunches at trains. Mrs. Easter Peterson
For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information R. R., via Kansas City and Denver and all irregularities of the the Driving Park. proprietress.

Ask for particulars.J. Kidneys and Bladder in both men and
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT Mrs. C. C. Curry has opened i first
F. Van Renssalaer Gen. Agt._ women. Regulates bladder troubles in
class dress making fitting ani: cuttingbusiness. WOO'D \
J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Oen'l Pw. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., children. If not sold: by your druggistwill I !
13 Peachtree St.. Atlanta Ga. Work done in the latest and
be sent by mail on receipt of $1. Seasoned or green, oak pine or mixed.
I G. W Ely. T. P. A. One small bottle is two months' treat- best styles. Residence one block north One dollar for big load; 50c per ha

Foley's Kidney CureRlEYSKlDNEYCUREccakcs ment, and seldom fails to cure any case of county jaiL load. Delivered to any part of the city
Spalding's baseball guide books onsale above mentioned.: The cencert and lawn party at Zion Call on or phone McKean Lumber Co.

kidneys 4nc* feU44rr right. Makes Kidneys land Bladder Right I at the ToitcCIce Drugstore. Sold by all druggists. M. E. church last night was very fine. west of Seaboard freight depot.d .

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COMMERCIAL BANKOCALA Possibly you are now do- Washington. May 9.-Partly cloudy

tonight and Wednesday, except show- ,,- ..".
ing business at this bank. ; ers and thunder storms Wednesday in HERBERT A. FORD, President. -"- < "

FLA. north and central portions.Hon. .
If so, very good. If not, GEO. H. FORD, Vice President.F. .

Branch Commercial Bank, JacksonvilleHY Ed Wartmann has introduced L. WATSON, Cashier.
would it be well for
you a bill in the legislature to pension .
ROBINSON, President, .. .. ..
.. to start an account with us. Mrs. M. E. Diekison. widow of the late
S. H. BUTCH, Manager, General J. J. Dickison, the amount to

J. C. BOOZER Assistant Manager With abundant capital, and be 125 a month. We trust it will not

CAPITAL, $100,000 with the best of facilities, we be necessary 10 canvass for a vote in CENTRAL NATIONAL' BANK
this matter. Every member of the

Surplus and Undivided Profits, $37- are prepared to give you Senate and House should be proud to

885.37 vote for the bill, and in doing so re-
superior service.
ceive the plaudits of their constitu-

ents, While living you honored the OF OCALA.

hero, and when dead you should not
forget the wife of his bosom who followed .
OCALA OCCURRENCESElks S. R. Henderson and Company, of his every step through the war, .
Seville, have purchased through the and now in her old age needs this pit- J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON;

Blount Real Estate Company S. J. tance to keep soul and body together.The Directors GEO, MAcKAY. ED HILLER.

meet this evening. Warren's $60,000 turpentine location, : HERBERT A. FORD.1' GEORGE FORD

and will begin operation on the same at Ocala Epworth League will meetat R. S. HALL.
Woodmen meeting tonight. 7:30 tonight in the lecture room of
the Methodist church to hold their
Refreshing Ice at Taylor's.
cream A POSITIVE NECESSITY monthly business session. Reports from

all departments will be called and plans
Odd Fellows meet this evening.
Having to lay upon my bed for 14 for the good of the League discussed. rOLEY5KIDNEYCURECures

Taylor-made Ice cream every day at7a'lor's. days from a severely bruised leg I Numerous applications for member-

only found relief when I used a bottle ship are to be considered. It is greatly =

of Ballard's Snow Liniment. I can desired that all questions presentedshall

Souvenir Cards at the Postoff ice cheerfully recommend it as the best have a full vote of our members.Let .
all Kidney and Bladder DiseasesGuaranteedSOLD
Drugstore.Mr. medicine for bruises ever sent to the those who read this remind oth-

afflicted. It has now become a posi- ers and all come. Council meeting just
R. B. Clark of Rock Springs is tive necessity upon myself.Dr. before the business session. Officers

1n the city.A R. Byrnes, :Merchant, Doversville, please come early.

full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty Tex.Price Miss Violet Robertson who for sev-
23c. 50c. and $1. Sold by all HOW'S THIS?
dings & Co. eral years has lived with her brother
druggists.LOSTMonday. THE NE TGE
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- J. D. Robertson, was married last weekat IDEA
Three kinds of ice cream day
every on the street between ward for any case of Catarrh that can- Wildwood to Mr. James :Munroe
at Taylor's.A. not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. while on her way to her old home at
Rheinauer's store and Mrs. Porter's -
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Whitney. The groom Is a prominent V
J. Fowler of Okahumpkee is at residence, a white dress pattern,
We, the undersigned, have known F.
young business man at Leesburg, where
the Ocala House. with blue figure. Please return to this J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be-
he and his bride are now domiciled.Spalding's I Ice OroaQ Parlor
office. live him perfectly honorable in all business -

The Ocala House had twenty-one arrivals transactions and financially able I
baseball guide books on
:yesterday. Notice the change in A. E. Burnett's to carry out any obligations made by ,
sale at the Postoffice Drugstore.
advertisement. Mr. Burnett has several their firm. I ANDRESTAURANT

Iron beds at your own price. Ocala hundred Edison phonograph recordsin West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo 0.Walding. The receipts from the Tyrolean ,
Furniture Company.A stock, and will get any other record ,
Kianan & Marvin, Whole- Queen performance were $131.85, $50 of '
you may desire if you will only ask
cooling drink of the most approved him to. sale Druggists, Toledo, O.Hall's which goes to the Ladies' Cemetery As- I

flavors at Ta'lor's.Ir. Catarrh Cure is taken inter- sociation and the balance to the hos-
nally, acting directly upon the blood pital. .
A WORLD WIDE REPUTATIONWhite's and mucous surfaces of the system.
W. A. Sparkman of Crystal flyer Testimonials sent free. We claim to give you something new, fresh and

was in the city today. achieved a world Cream wide reputation Vermifuge as has being Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all The purest and finest toilet soaps, a good every day. Three kinds of Ice Cream every day.
stock of the best
the best of all worm destroyers, druggists. always i Always changing and always new.
The prettiest line of picture mould- Hall's Family Fills are the best. on hand. Tydings and Company. ,
ing. Ocala Furniture Co. and for its tonic Influence on weak and I

unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the i Limeade from fresh limes, at Tay- Mrs. J. M. Harrelson and children of Cold Drinks of all Kinds

Miss Eloise Miller will entertain at a I acidity or sourness of the stomach, improves -II lor's. Leroy are visiting friends at Reddick

candy pull tomorrow night. I their digestion and assimilation this week. and Fine Fruits and Candies. .

of food, strengthens their nervous system -

Miss Anna Ball of Chicago was a and restores them to the health, HOUSE FOR RENT Maj. T. C.
guest of the Ocala House today.Spalding'.1 vigor and elasticity of spirits naturalto {Miss/[ some of the sweet thingsin Hall's cottage in second ward, lately The RESTAURANT is the best in town. Sanitary

baseball books childhood. Sold by all druggists.The life -4mt don't miss once.occupied Emmett by Mr.Robinson Martin., Merchants'block. Apply at I kitchen, and the best of foods skillfully prepared. Meals
guide on.Sale
at the Postoffice Drugstore. Star reporter interviewed forty I the pleasures of a 00.of I and lunches from 6 a. m., to f 2 p. m., Sunday included.

merchants this morning, thirty-three of
Mr Frank Clarkson of Jacksonvillewa I The only complete stock of desksin I COME AND SEE US., >
whom desired a 4th of July celebration,
sat the Ocala House jesterday. the city. Roll top, in any size; flat i]
and that would be credit to Ocala.
a top, in any size; high, or
There were five who were indifferent, bookkeeper's'l H. STALBERG
The best mattress on earth-the Os- f several sizes; all styles Proprietor.
didn't the the other,
care one way or
termoor. Ocala Furniture Company.Mrs. and combination desks. Mclver &
and one who said he would give $10 MacKay.Try .

:McGrath left for an extended not to have it. for all the good it did

trip to friends at Tampa yesterday. was to flood the saloons and fee the our creams. They are pure and

hackmen It is now a foregone conclu- delicious. C. E. Taylor. THE MONTEZUMA

Paints leads, oils and varnishes of sion that Ocala will celebrate. v
all kinds at the Marion Hardware Co. .
Mrs. Sue D. Feaster of Micanopy and
THE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD 74 her friend, Miss Mattie Ford, of Lynchburg -
Combs, brushes, sponges, and all oth- -
T W. Troxler, Va., who spent several days with "
er toilet articles. Tydings and Com- The richest man in the world cannot
the former's sister, Mrs. T. M. Moore,
pany. have his kidneys replaced nor live with- d' agent :
in this returned home 1
to city yesterday. I
out them, so it is important not neg-
A. J. Johnson and C. P. Savory of lect these organs. If Foley's Kidney OCALAFLA Within a week Mrs. Feaster will accompany e d Y' i r +

Floral City are guests of the Ocala Cure is taken at the first sign of dan- : Miss Ford to her Lynchburghome

House. ger, the symptoms will disappear and and spend the summer with her. f.F lI

your health will be restored, as it

Mr and Mrs. D. Morrison of Mont- strengthens and builds up these organsas Mrs. L. J. Lummus left yesterday I ,

nothing else will. Oscar Bowman, afternoon for Starke to visit her I
brooks were guests of the Ocala House
Lebanon, Ky., writes: "I have used Fo-
last night daughter Mrs. G. A. Douglass, for a
ley's Kidney Cure and take great pleasure II
Davin S1ooroviROOM few weeks.
in stating it cured me permanently I
Miss Alta Pearson will entertain her of kidney disease, which certainly (
II 1t1fj:4J iA6
charming visitor. Miss Wilcox of would have cost me my life." For sale Bureau trunks in several sizes and. = t t

Gainesville, tonight. by the Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. grades. The newest, prettiest and i
handiest trunk for the ladies that was I

Bamboo porch screens, just the thing J. M. Cushman of Cold Water, 12 P. 0. BLOCK ever made. Mcher & MacKay! I'

for the "good old summer time," at Mich., is in town for a few days. He I : ,.' 5 .

Mclver & MacKay's.FOR is a painter oy trade. He is the inventor Prof. Leon Fishel went out today to

of the Cushman everholding and OCALA FLORIDA bill three towns for the American Ben-

RENT-Rooms; close in; furnished everlasting metallic window glass fas- efit Company. He will bill Dunnellon ,
or unfurnished. The Finch tener and sash protector. It dispenseswith Montbrook and Williston.The .
House 19 X. Second street. does
putty a metal slat the work.
Mr. C. travels through the country on engine on' the A. C. L. north-
FOR REXT-The Massey cottage, in LEASED FOR TEN YEARS.
his own hook, has a tent which he sets bound train, with Jeff Holland at the
the rear of Mr. Massey's residence on
South Third street Possession May 1. up at every place he visits, sleeps in it REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS throttle, broke the rear driving rod
The Best Year Round Hotel
and does his own cooking. Mr. CUsh- upon reaching Ocala today. A freight at $2.00PER

A big stock of handsome screens of man made the Star a pleasant call. engine was secured, the disabled engine -

all sizes and patterns from two feet taken into the yard and the train DAY IN FLORIDA.

to seven feet high, at Mclver & Mac- CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH LOANS proceeded after considerable delay. Up-to-date, and Dean, Well Furnished Rooms,
Pumps for irrigating plants complete. and Plenty to Eat.

"I have been using Chamberlain'sCough Write or call on us for prices. Marion

The Largest Stock of Remedy and want to say it is I\rdware Company. COL. V. J. SHIPMAN, Proprietor.
the best cough medicine I have ever
taken," says Geo. L. Chubb, a merchantof "Buster" Rubin will please accept I
Harlem Mich. There is no question the thanks of the editor of the Star

Ladies, about its being the best, as it will curea "WOODMAR"Lake for an invitation to be present Friday SO. BAPTIST CONVENTIONAT BEAUTIFUL MILLINERY'.

cough or cold in less time than any I afternoon at the final meeting of the KANSAS CITY, MAY 10.11Low
other treatment. It should be C
always "Agetherian" literary society of the
Walking kept in the house, ready for instant use, Weir Ocala grammar school. Rates Via the Atlantic CoastLine
for a cold can be cured in much less y
time when promptly treated. For sale I
We want to say to the citizens of
Hatsin by the Postoffice Drugstore. EVERY THURSDAYFrom The Atlantic Coast Line, shortest III
Marion county and to the traveling
and cheapest route, one fare, plus 50c.. !
public that can get a good dinnerat
UST-A black and white male fox round trip. Tickets will be sold May j
the Montezuma Hotel for 50c. from II 11 i
terrier, brown patch over one eye; had to 11, inclusive, return limit, May
Ocala and each 12 to 2
at now on m. p. m. every day.
oa broad leather collar with nickel Stop-over at St. Louis permitted 23'1 '

name {lace: answers to the name of week during the summer The board of county commissionersare I return trip within final limit by d )
"Tony. Disappeared on the 20th! of posit of ticket and the payment of 50c. 'i
The Boston StoreCome April. A reward will be given for any months I will go to "Wood- holding a special meeting today to I A good opportunity to go West at a''
information leading to the return of perfect the calling of an election for small cost.

the dog. F. T. Schreiber.The mar" even* Thursday on the voting for bonds for the rebuilding of W. J. Craig. Gen. Pass. Agt.

the court house. e Wilmington, X. C
3 o'clock A. C. L. afternoon
finest and most complete stock T. C. White, Div. Pass. AgtTampa .,
and See Them of perfumes toilet soaps and cosmeticsin train and can accommodate The Ocala Music Company has just Fla.
the city at Tydings and Company.SELFPAYING I received a large stock of pianos and I I

I three or four over night at can supply you with any priced instrument Your prescriptions are carefully I 'R't
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you may desire. They are also compounded by registered pharmacistsif I
All and with the
house returning on Friday new right up
my receiving the famous Farrand organ, you bring them to us. Tydings and .
at 1 o'clock. the organ with a pipe tone. Company. I season. Many beautiful trimmed

I !hats, PATTERN HATS and the
LIFE INSURANCE i i If you want to see this FOR SALE A fine young Jerseycow I The Ocala News Company is opening FAMOUS GAGE HATS. A

I ', now giving three gallons of milk the and finest assert !
beautiful up largest stock of
property let me per day. Apply to Box 15, Anthony, I ment of glass miscellany ever seen in'+': complete Trimmings,

Fla. I. Ocala. The ladies are Invite to inspect Flowers, Ribbons, etc.
REDDITT & MASTERS' know day ahead at least. If the goods.

you go you need not feel Hay rakes, mowers and binders, ; MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK.Do .
/ either deering McCormick, at the I' Gasolene engines, from two-horse
obliged to invest in a lot Marion Hardware Company.
Room No. 5 j power up-the test and mst economical -
GaryfBailding. intention power in the world for a small en- you wish to purchase a home, or
although it is my FOR RENT-Four or five rooms, up i t
gine. We are distributors for the In- are you looking for an investment? If
to sell them all. stairs over Cafe, opposite A. C. L. pas- ternational Harvester Company's unexcelled so, let us tell you about our bargains.
District Managers for senger depot. Will be rented unfur- : gas and gasolene engines. Call DITTO & MALONEY.Otto
nished. Good location for a family.
on us or write for particulars. The
Apply to Whitesires and Troxler at the ; Hardware
Marion Company.
Lohrig accompanied by our
The Lots Will be Sold on Easy Cafe. I
11 FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. I "imp" Robert Murrell, drove out to>
Giles' woodyard has the largest supply Hagerstown..
& New summer styles in matting, a I of stove and fireplace wood in the the/hardwood camp of the

large variety and a wide scale of prices I town. Three wagons running. Prompt Spoke and Rim factory near Fairfield.

PHILADELPHIA, PA. EVERY THURSDAY to select from. Mclrer & acKa}"s. delivery and large loads. yesterday, and returned this morning.







EVENING STARC. We Have on Display this WeekA THE GRAND JURY and


L. BITTINGER & CO. j NEW LINE OF Editor Star: They have discoveredthe

following mare's nest: "Some serious -

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll irregularities being discovered in

: tax books, as turned in by the assessor -

Proprietors and Publishers LADIES MuSLIN UNDERWEAR V we advise the board of county 111 The Land of

C. L. BITTiNGER, commissioners to have the state examiner -
at an early date, check up the

Editor and General Manager.R. !collector's and assessor's books."
needs BiscuitThe
I Now, let us aunt the eggs. L e, "se- )

R. CARROLL, Exceptionally Fine Values. rious irregularities." Davis' property

I valuation $9090: Whaley's $300; Con-
City Editor and Business Manager
i I nor's twenty acres, $300. In all of these
. I II
i the right hand figure was dropped in Modern

BOARD OF TRADE MEETING I Come and Take a Look Whether You Want to Buy or Not j copying the books. Also no personal I

I i property assessed to mill at Silver I Soda Cracker-
Many Matters of Local Interest Ably Springs or W. R. Baker at McIntosh,

DiscussedThe which will be taxed on 1905 book for
board of trade held its regular : two years as the law provides. ..
Out of four million dollars assessment
monthly meeting last night to consider Bounded on the
I these are the "serious irregularities -
four things-the Kirkland antitrustbill I
," which was not discovered the ;
4th of July celebration a board of of a good working committee, which' K. of P. DECORATION DAY MAY 14'' by
North the
i I grand jury, but by a clerk in the collector's U by Purity
trade "smoker" and the Dunnellon hard will be done later.
I i office, who has been running
road. Dr. Lindsay honored the meeting Next Sunday is Decoration' Day I II[
I around town for a week telling of this
President II. A. Ford presided. with his presence. I among the Knights, and the last resting wonderful discovery in order to injure ( 4i of the Snows ; on

The concert and lawn party at Zion The meeting was a good one. It was places of deceased; Knights will be dec-

and the only pointer to the, iniquity of large, fully twenty-five persons being I orated with the usual ceremonies at the me.Let me explain the working of the the South by the

the measure was the request of the present, and in saying it was enthusi- old cemetery at 3:30 p. m., to which I tax books, so that people can understand :

Jacksonville board of trade to protest, astic is about correct. place the public is invited.All .
it all
for I have nothing to hide,
a synopsis of the measure as contained This is the way the finances for the members of the order are requested and will be glad to have any competentman Nutritious Wealthof

in the Insurance Review of New Dunnellon road stands: Colonel Camp to meat at the lodge room at
check books
up my which no one
York and the letters of Messrs. D. W. i will contribute $1000; Clark, Ray, Johnson 3! p. m., and march in a body to the can do as thoroughly the collector the

Davis and G. S. Scott which said that i Co., $1500; Captain Inglis, $500; cemetery. The ceremonies there will does every year. Tropics ; on

the same law in Arkansas was so arbi- the citizens of Dunnellon, $1500. The be short addresses by Col.! 0. T. Green, The tax valuation of property in Marion -

trary and unjust that it drove the tar- cost of the road is roughly estimatedat G. W. Martin and Frank E. Harris. county amounts to about four mil the Last by theHealthfulness

" iff association out of the state, and now $13,000, of which the county commissioners Then the beautiful memorial ritual will lion dollars. Taxes on the same, abouteightyseven ,

all that state had were wild-cat and : will supply half of the be read, and last of all the decorationof thousand dollars, all of I

bob-tailed funds. the of brothers. The of
insurance companies to pro- graves departed which the collector is charged with, I
tect committee decoration at the old
property.Mr. on and is credited with all he collects and

Harris said he had not seen or EDISON PHONOGRAPHSEdison cemetery is composed of Brothers W. pays in. At the final settlement he I Scientific Baking

heard O. Waid, P. E. and C. I... Moore, ;
of the measure and would not Yonge
records, only 35 cents; large brings in a list of errors, doubles and
act against measure of which he and at the new cemetery Brothers W. I
selection in stock. Can furnish any insolvencies, naming the page and party -
knew nothing.Mr. I... Jewett, Jake Brown and W. S. Durst on the WiwfbytheEnergizing
Edison record in three or four days.Perpetual on whose account the error is claimed ,
Ford and Mr. Davis felt that the The committee on flowers is composedof
points will give sweeter mu- which list must be examined and
Brothers D. E. Mclver and S. T. Sis-
bill was all wrong. sic natural oth-
more tone than any approved by the county commissionersbefore Powerof
Then, fortunately Mr. Zewadski appeared trunk. All who wish to give flowersfor
er. You can play Edison records three he is credited with it. If that
on the scene, and to the ques- this occasion can leave them at the
thousand times. Call and hear and does not balance his account he must

tion if he knew anything about the see for yourself. A. E. Burnett, Ocala, Postoffice Drugstore Saturday eveningor then go down into his own pocket. Now the Mountains.

bill, said he had seen, read and digested Fla. Sunday morning.The you see how he is forced to list carefully -

it. It had been published in the general public is cordially invited every error in the book. This

Times-Union. He did not deem the billa to the old cemetery at 3:30 p. m.
HERBINEWill list is filed in the clerk's office, and
good one. He said the best to 5
steps anyone can examine it. Carney's last
overcome indigestion and dyspepsia -
take to defeat such a measure was to PRODUCT OF MILLS I list amounts to less than half as much 5
; regulate the bowels and cure Ih'erand
pass resolutions: against it and then as any that has been filed in many
kidney complaints.It The product in one day of the millsof I
get a good committee to go to Tallahassee -
the comparative accuracy -
years proves
is the best blood enricher and in- the Longman & Martinez great
and labor against it. He said I
of the books.
vigorator in the world. It is purely works is enough to paint every house
several other very interesting things If the examiner worked for I BISCUIT COMPANY
vegetable, perfectly harmless, and and everything made of wood in a city,
about legislative actions and legislators, months do the work half
he coud not
should you be a sufferer from disease, with the L. & M. Pure PaintIt I
which he did not wish published, but you will use it if you are wise. only requires 4 gallons of this celebrated I as well. How could he tell whether I i' -
which proved very expressive of the and 3 of linseed ?
R. X. Andrews, editor and manager paint gallons Davis property is worth $900 or $9000 i
sentiment of the meeting.Mr. I i oil, at 60 cents per gallon, to paint a How could he tell whether Baker has I
Cocoa and Rockledge News, Rockledge,
Harris quoted Mr. Peter Knightof moderate sized house; therefore the not?
Anyone -
personal property or
I Fla., writes: "I have used your Her- I
Tampa as saying this was the mostconservative property owner ought not to pay $1.50 can see the absurdity of the grand
I bine in my family, and find it a most per gallon for linseed oil, which he Don't forget
legislature that had sat
jury's proposition.
I excellent medicine. Its effects upon must do if a ready-for-use paint is
for years and would not be guilty of the
About two same
Graham Crackers
myself have been a marked benefit. bought.
doing so foolish an act but to this was I tleman foreman of the grand jury
Sold by all druggists.IN Actual cost of the L. & M. Paint
offset the opinion that most of the about $1.20 per gallon. and jumped on me then by reporting"We Butter Thin Biscuit

law makers were new, and coming Sold by Mclver & Mackay. find too much state land on theassessor's

fresh from their constituents the proper THE CIRCUIT COURT books," which made every Social Tea Biscuit

thins to do was to flaunt the anti- Judge W. S. Bullock ordered a special I
well posted laugh, for all know
J mm
C. H. Dame and wife left last night Lemon
trust "rag. and when it was done a venire returnable this afternoon I'I Snaps
for Chattanooga to attend the divis- that the said land was sold for taxes |I
regular stampede: would follow, no to try the case of Thompson of Citrus I
ion meeting of the Woodmen of the after the books were all made. This :I
matter ho\\ senseless or injurious the county for the murder of Tillis.
I World, which convenes Wednesday. On time he makes no specific charge buttht" i
The f"gular'enire for this week
law. con. !i
that night 250 members will be initiated sweeping condemnation, "serious
It was fin illy resolved that a resolution sists of J. D. Price, E. T. Burleson, W. ; irregularities." I
into the order. There will be a
H. J. H. Clark, M. B. Pritchett,
protesting against the of
passage conference of lodge organizers and the The foreman of that grand jury was
that bill b' adopted; that Messrs. S. J. J. Tipton. J.V .Hodge, X. F. Dur- 1 his
heads of the order, of which Mr. Dameis present when I told Mr. Baker that
A. Rawls, V.;. K. Zewadski and D. W. rance, J. D. Eassett, S. S. Savage, F. personal was accidentally dropped, and
one of the most efficient. A staff
Davis be appointed a committee to I J. Titcomb and C. M. Livingston.
team from Omaha, Neb., deemed the that I would assess him for two years. j
draft the same, and the secretary be He came to Ocala last Monday and reported -
I finest in the whole country, will put
renuested to send a copy to our sena- MAN'S UNREASONABLENESS the 250 candidates through their paces. I it to the county commissioners, I

tor and representatives. I is often as great as woman's. But Mr. Dame also goes to see his brother, and also said that he had tried threej

Fourth of July! Thos. S. Austin, manager of the Republican Methodist minister and presiding. elder I times to pay taxes on a 10-acre lot,
of Leavenworth Ind., not
Shall we celebrate? At first blush, unreasonable when he refused, to was allow I in Tennessee whom he has not |I but Mr. Carney could not find it on

with a roseate hunch of the spirit of the doctors to operate on his wife for seen in twenty-seven years. Dame is i his books. I looked it up and foundthat THEVARIETY

]jiG, it was a great YES! female trouble. "Instead," he says, "we down for a big time. He and Mrs. it was certified to the state for

Mr. Will Chambers echoed this sentiment concluded to try Electric Bitters. My Dame will be absent a week. non-payment of taxes.I .

Mr. Harris concurred, and so wife was then so sick she could hardly have just commenced writing on
her bed and five I books for 1905 and had nothing to
\Jid11'. Helvenston. FA Pittman leave (5) physicianshad Traveling men who visit Ocala should I my

thought it was a go, when Jake Brown failed to relieve her. After taking know that if they stop at the Montezuma I show the grand jury except three clerksat i STORE.
Electric Bitters she was perfectly cur- I the books finishedI
remarked that such gatherings did not Hotel they can get breakfast at work. When are
bring him trade like they did the dry ed, and can now perform all her house- 6 a. m., by ordering the night before, I want the county commissioners to invite J
hold duties. Guaranteed the An-
by and that they can be called at any hourof i the foreman' that grand jury to
goods, hat and shoe houses, etc., but ti-MoncpoIy Drugstore. Price. 50c.
the night. Clerk always on duty. Errors will"be in
:point out the errors.
whatever the crowd wanted he was for.
Them, for no collector in any county in
Dr. William Anderson thought thata W. C. Bull has completed. Wil- .
has failed to bring in a list
fourth of July celebration did not add liam Knight's fine residence at Crystal Florida yet

to stagnated the permanent trade business before and of after a place.It the. same River,over and to tomorrow the proud will owner.turn The the (MclVER & fflacKfiY !: at time his he final wants settlement to give the but assessor the next a J. R. MARTIN & CO.GENERAL .

JI real good kick let him take the whole
4th; everybody saved up for one day. : building i-a large one with all the I
George Pasteur remarked that he had I list as specified by the collector and
modern improvements. There is no FUNERAL DIRECTORS j
I I i approved by the board of county com-
heard many country people say they 1 building in Citrus county to compare

were tired of Ocala's fourth of July with it. It cost $6000. The stairway I 'UNDERTAKERSand I missioners. Respectfully Alfred, Ayer. LIVERYMEN

celebrations: nothing new and it only ,constructed by an Ocala specialist, who I

brought niggers to town. has no equal in his line, but too modestto .
Will Chambers replied- that with his MONTEZUMA ARRIVALSJ. <
name is made is black cypress and I

past experience he was willing to meet ,cedar, roomy and with a graduation of L. Hopkins, Jacksonville: J. T. Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps

them. They brought trade, and that to steps that makes progress up and downa EMBALMERSi i Stephens, New York: H. L. Taylor. A.

the merchant was money. thing of comfort and pleasure. That Fine Caskete ; Graham, Gainesville: J. C. Little, Jack- Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.

George MacKay said the Fourth did our readers may know it is an excep- sonville; S. J. Warren. Georgia; B. H

not add to their trade. but let the can- tionable stairway in quality and finishwe Eaton: Rock Springs; J. J' Watson,

non roar and the multitude sway. need but say there is none like it in and Burial Robes I Ii! :\Montgomery; McNellis.. Chicago: FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses

When it was all said and done, it was Ocala, nor in South Florida outside of i I.. J. Taylor, Jacksonville; H. L. Hough, ,

admitted this was to be the biggest Tampa. The Star congratulates Mr. All Work Done by Licensed Embalmers ;''Dunnellon.. : Mrs. McNiece. Archer: D.

Fourth Ocala ever saw and that we Knight on his good taste, prosperityand and Full Guaranteed 'R. Henderson. Seville) ; L. W. Walker, and Mules for Sale. Horses

would do things that would do thingsin the comforts he and his estimable 1'Belleview: O. L. Rowe. Zolfo; S. B.

return, and bring people as it alwaysdid family will take in their elegant new Prater. Atlanta; F. L Howe, Tampa; Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.

from remote portions of the county home. T. P. Lloyd, J.1.. Young, Inverness:

and neighboring counties, and which McKEAN LUMBER CO i I! Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Leman and Miss

brought money to the tills that would SON LOST MOTHER j, Gertrude Leman city: W. F. Himes, J. R. MARTIN & CO.

not come in any other way. I "Consumption runs in our family, and I Tampa; Mrs. .\. Bostick, Miss Lilsie

To settle this question properly Mr. through it I lost my mother writesE. OCALA, FLA I II Bostick cityo J R. Legette, Bushnell;

Chambers moved that a committee of B. Reid of Harmony', Me. "For the E. B. Peter Leesburg; G. S. Lanks,

three be appointed to interview the past five years, however on the slightest I Florida: Ed P.os borough., Jacksonville -
No. I25. :
merchants and get their wishes the i sign of a Cough or Cold, I have taken Telephone I : W. O. Luffman, Sparr: F. A.

sentiment of the majority to prevail. I Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- Powell Atlanta; L. K. Knight Dun- Atlantic Coast Line
sumption, which has saved me from serious -
Carried, and Chambers. Pittman and Ceiling, Flooring and Siding, nellon: T. C. Hampton, Tampa; Joe
lung trouble. His mother'sdeath
Bittlnger were appointed to carry out j I i Bell, city: W. D. Miller Jacksonville:
was a sad k*s to Mr. Reid, but '
the sentiments of the resolution. he learned that lung trouble must not (, Kiln dried Dressed Lumber, :James Green. Saganaw: A. McArthur THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA ,

The Board of Trade Smoker be neglected, and how to cure it The ':and wife. Elliston: W. E. Law, Brooks-

quickest relief and cure for Coughs and Every Site and Quality.A ripe: X. A. Blitch. Montbrook: G. W.
was then brought up and the idea was
i. Colds. Price 50c. and $1. Guaranteedat .Kendall. Brooksville: J.I.. Davis, Etna -
deemed a good one. Messrs. Rawls and the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Trial Large Stock of Shingles. : Dr. H. O. Snow, Floral City; W.M. : -CONNECTIONS-
Uittinger were appointed were appointed -
bottles free. '. Stinson, Jacksonville T. J. Coyie,
to make all needed preparations, but ,--"" --- -- "-- ; : TO THE CAST: Over its own rails to Sjvannan, Charleston, Richmond
jr.. Leesburg: W. T. Gill St. Petersburg -
it Will not take place until July when New Machinery.Lath All Rail and Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry.
: C. J. Thompson, Center Hill;
the business men of Ocala will meetas R. FULLER L F. BLALOCK
H.L Taylor, Crystal River; W. J
a committee of one and pledge themselves Brick and Building. TO THE WET (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dili
FULLER & BLALOCK Jones, Louisville: O. W. Connor. Tan-
to work. pray and pay for a successful Flyer route via Atlanta..
gerine: J. V. Burke. R W. Shatkleford,
county fair. I
The Dunnellon Hard Road DENTAL SURGEONS Undersold by No One. Jacksonville. TO THE EAST Via Say & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York. Philadelphiaand

Offices over Munroe & Chambliss Bank Boston. Via Norfolk S. o. to New York, Washington,
was then taken up. All admitted its WARNING
I Methods Up to Date. ; Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miner
importance to the Brick City and thatit OCALA, FLA.Terms i You cannot have good health unless
I Transportation Comp any for Baltimor and Fhiladel-
should be built, but as $2"00 were CashJ. Business Growing Rapidly.I ; your kidneys are sound for the kidneys
needed it was found it could not be filter the blood of impurities which Steamship pLia.
done. otherwise act as irritating poisons and
Customer Pleased. KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular
Every and Occidental Steamship CaRoute
break down the delicate of the
Mr. Zewadski said it was the biggest E. CHACE, organs

thing that had ever been suggestedfor Rushed with Orders. body and cause serious trouble. It -- --of the-ce.ebr... ed trains, New fork & Florida Special, Florida and
you have kidney or bladder trouble ando <
Ocala and as it would take severyears DENTAL SURGEON not use Foley's Kidney Cure, you West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer. \

to build It. he thought by getting Office upstairs, Commercial Bank Come to Us Before Buying. will have only yourself to blame for Quickest schedules, superior servt ce. For information as to rates, schedules
subscriptions, on the installmentplan results, as it positively cures all forms
Building Ocala. Florida. I etc, consult the purple folder. or communicate with T. C. White, D. P.
the money could be raised. of kidney and bladder diseases.-Soli
Mr. Rawls suggested the appointment TERMS CASH Orders Solicited. I!,by the Postoffice Drugstore. A, Tampa; W. J. Craig, G. P. A,; H. 5L Emerson, T. 1L, Wilmintoa, N. C



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Volume 10, Number 281. OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1905 Fifty Cents ,a Month, $5 a Yea

FRESH ARRIVALSQUART ST. KILDA ISLAND WE HAVE A VERY"'> lunn II nU IS CRAZY ? Begin and Taking Your Cure Ozonmlsion Begins Today Today


The Natives Have Colds Only When No One, or Every One, According as ,

BOTTLES MAPLE SYRUP Visited by Foreigners We Ask the Question

Boneless Herring and Shredded Codfishin There are many places where it is WIio Is insane? Xo one or every one, I

Cans Impassible to catch cold because there according as we ask the question. Xo

Is no cold to catch. There is St. Hilda one in an asylum will admit that he or I fie Cod Lifer Oil tmm.'nm.1'.....Emfiaux."

ELBOW MACCARONIAND that lonely rocky island which was SUIT CASES and she Is insane.. Each in turn would resent Its Vitalized Medicinal Food Properties
EGG NOODLES are Very Quickly Realized.In .
visited by Dr. Johnson when he and
such an insinuation.
Bringing Healthy Color to the
Loswell were making their famous Cheeks of the Pale and Sallow.In .
one out of an asylum will assent to
Five Pound Tins No. 1 Mackerel
Producing Strength to the
tour of the Hebrides. There are abouta
SATCHELLS. the charge of being insane. And yet the Feeble and the Invalid.
F hundred inhabitants on the island. both parties readily recognize the Insanity In Toning up the System of ConvalesCents
The coasts are so precipitous that for from Exhausting Diseases.In .
of others. An old
AT THE intelligent Cleansing the Entire System.In .
eight months In the year it is prac- .
lady once the head of a ladies' seminary Nourishing the Wornout.In
tically inaccessible. Several vessels COME AND EXAMINE Rounding Out the Thin. Peaked
wished me to discharge her Faces of Children.In .
TEAPOT GROCERYUNDERTAKER from the mainland call there during from an asylum, alleging that all the Building up on their Little Bodies

the summer. And, strange to say, OUR LINE_ patients in the hall believed her sane. the In Desirable Dotting their Pink cheeks and White with the Flesh.Pretty and.;

whenever a ship reaches the island Seven women were privately asked Color and Dimples that make Mother1

from the mainland every inhabitant their opinions as to her sanity, and all Heart r Glad. OZOKUISIONIf
even to the Infants, is seized with a declared antidote for
that she was very insane, an all Diiiases Canted by
cold. This fact has been known for while Exposure to Cold sad Wet.
THE W J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO. asertins their own sanity. When
-AND- more than 200 years and was of great informed of the result of the test the To prove Its Medicinal Hood Merits sJ(

interest to Dr. Johnson who was skeptical old lady accurately described the special Trial Bottle Free by Mail
it. Will be sent on request. Write by lettet
THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. peculiarities of each of her ac- or postal card to
EMBALMERSWe The question of this St. Hilda cold
who dreamed cusers. So in every community the Ozomulsion Co.,98 Pine St.NewYork.
long puzzled men, never
private gossip is'much concerned about All Druggists-Two sizes-BOc and $1.00.
that it was an infectious disease and .
those who are called "strange." "pecul-
have two Registered Un- that without the of Infection
WALL PAPERIf FOR SALEOur iar," "deranged," "unbalancedlight
dertakers and Embalmer It is impossible to catch it, no mat "
headed, "a little off, "out of gear,
ter what the exposure may be. That is you wish work done in the wall paper "wrong in the "cranks."
business is offered for sale. We upper story,
All work entrusted to our to say, it is due to a micro organism,
line let us send our man with samples will sell the entire business at a big Few if any escape for a lifetime one
of micro
and without the
will receive and presence or the other of these Without
care prompf for inspection. epithets.
organism the disease cannot be con your bargain, or if not sold in this way, the
as within the asylum no one recognizes
skilled attention. All em- tracted.-New York Herald. DITTO & MALONEY. stock will be sold out at cost. The millinery -
his:' or her own mental deviations, but

balming fully guaranteed. A KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME stock is new and seasonable, readily detects the mental aberrations .

RED AND GRAY SQUIRRELS.The and is all salable, desirable goods. The of others.-Stephen Smith, M. D., LL.I I

splendid stock of Caskets and We Have Just Received a Large Shipment business will pay good returns on the )., In Leslie's :Magazine.A .

Burial Robes carried at all Males of Both Fishier Species. Are Incorrigible of Pianos and OrgansOur investment to anyone who will give it

their personal attention, which we are WONDER OF RANGUN.
times. A very quarrelsome disposition has prices and terms are as low as
unable to do.
the chickaree, or American red squirrel can be obtained elsewhere and your
4 and there are continual fights between home merchants need your money. THE E. K. NELSON MILLINERY: CO. The Great Shoay With Dagon Pure Pagoda Gold. Covered -

and its cousin the You are invited to inspect our stock
it squirrel.
before elsewhere. Itangnn, the principal city of Bur-
These fights seldom end in a de buying WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
Ocala Music Company. ma, grew up around the sacred spot
('iIl"i'tor for either side. The males Now, in the summer, when all other
which is built the Da-
on great Shoay
No. 10. Night phone No. 94. of both species are incorrigible fight wood yards have shut down, remem- I
WHO WANTSA pagoda, of its
principal won-
gut one ,
ber that wood at all times
--- -
----- you can get
ers. It Is no unusual sight to see a
good home at a low price? We have through the summer by phoning No. ders. "Hi in;.; to a height of 3GO feet,
For couple of red or gray squirrels come for sale the D. "W'lliams house on cor- 126, delivered to any part of the city. its size is greatly enhanced by the fact
tumbling from some lofty limb so locked ner Sanchez and South Third streets. McKean Lumber Company.A that it stand on an eminence that is CROCERVCLARK
in eah other's embrace as to appear Cheap, if taken at once. Fine location; itself ICO feet above the level of the

a almost like one animal large lot! good house. Ditto & Ma- GOOD SUGGESTIONMr. city." says a writer. "It is covered

..& REPAIRSGO Though the shuck of striking the oney. with pure gold from base: to summit BROS. Proprietors

ground separates them, it is for a moment .iC. B. Wainwright of Lemon City, and once'in every generation this goldis
TO > clinch JUGGLING I Fla., has the manufacturers
only. They immediately WITH DYNAMITEIs written completely renewed by public sub- Phone 174
again and continue to roll over andover that much better results are obtained
scription. Yet throughout the interval -
F. G. B. WEIHE lighting fiercely until one breaks no more dangerous than to neglect I from the use of Chamberlain's Cholic,
the of regilding
away, only to be followed by the other, kidney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in cases process goes on
The Jeweler. of in the stomach, colic and perpetually. Pious people who seek in
corrects irregularities and has cured pains
who for
keeps up a running fight somedistalll I
(, until he feels certain that he many severe cases after other treat- cholera morbus by taking it in water as this way to express their venerationand MEN ONLYAre
ment has failed. It builds up the worn- hot as can be drank. That when taken to add to their store of spiritual
has so punNlH-d the conquered one that out tissues and restores health and in this way the effect is double in merit climb up daily with little flut-

W.C. BULL he vlll not dare return. vigor. "I was troubled with kidney rapidity. "It seems to get at the right tering packets of gold leaf, which they Requested Not to Read This, As It

Ued: squirrels by their greater agil- complaint for about two years," writesA. spot instantly," he says. For sale by fasten on some fraction of its great is Intended for the Ladies

Contractor and ity and quickness can worst a gray H. Davis of lit. Sterling, Iowa, "but the Postoffice Drugstore. surface. There is no more picturesque
squirrel every time in a running fight, two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure affected Whose attention we invite to our peculiar -
Builder sight offered by it than that of a groupof adaptability to progressive
but let them once come to a clinch and a permanent cure." Sold by the Spalding's baseball guide books on
these silken worshipers outlined high cabinet-making, and trust they will allow -
the size and weight of the Postoffice Drugstore. sale at the Postoffice Drugstore.
Quick and Careful Estimates Made superior against its gold in the act of contrib-- us to furnish estimates on any-

Box 64, Ocala. Fla. gray squirrel are bound to tell.-Chica --- uting their small quota to its splendor.The thing in carpentry needed In their
go pagoda itself has no Interior. It homes.

is a solid'stupa of brick raised over a Nothing too small for us; nothing too
The "Thin nice" of the Chinese. large.

PURE MILK The very first thing that a Chinaman AN IMPORTANT FACTOR relic chamber. Our Art Noveau

when in the
takes he gets up morning Worshiper of Wak. Combination Chests and Settees are
is a howl of hot "congee. or, as he
becoming universal favorites In Ocala;
The Boraus In-
are a strange people
Pure Milk and Creamare
calls it. "thin rice. This Is simply low in price, but high in efficient use-
- habiting the frontier between British
the rice boiled away to a thinnlsh drink fulness. A postal will bring us..
among greatestof East Africa and Abyssinia. The tribe
able consistency. If allowed to cool it J. McNEALY & CO,
We give careful painstaking atten- are polygamists when they can affordit
table delicacies.
Theyare would thicken into paste. Some care and by religion they worship the "The Ones That Don't Wait"

both RICH, PURE and the is required water visible to make and it properly.not the rice"If," tion to the minor details of our customers spirit Wak. which requires constant No. 12, Fort King Avenue.

propitiation. This is done by sacrific
WHOLESOME if suppliedby says Yuan Mel, "that i is not congee.If ;
ing their children and cattle. A Boran
the rice visible and not the water. accounts. This is an impor- of any standing when he marries becomes Painting and Paperhanging
that is not congee either. The two "
a "raba, and for a certain pe-
must be Indistinguishably blended "before tant factor in estimating the valueof riod after marriage, varying from fourto \Ve do all kinds of Painting Pa-
THE HERMITAGE DAIRY you can call the result congee.
eight years, he Is obliged to "throw perhanging and Upholstering.

GEO. B. TYLE. Proprietor. our services. away" any children that are born to
>ot Negotiable.: him to appease Wak. After this periodhe Let us bid on your rork. Every Job

"Do'you ever look back, Blobbs, on becomes a "gudda" and keeps his guaranteed *o be first cltos.

the days of your boyhood the dear children.-London Express.

THE faces in the home, the moon shiningon MONROE & GHAMBL1SS, HANKERS KNIGHT & GILLETT,

'I the river, the hills, the valleys, Careful of Himself.
Next to Chinese Laundry.
the""No- OCALA, FLA. "When I was your age," said the -

TEXAS nil -J PACIFIC ." interrupted" Blobbs brusquely. gilded youth's father, "I was at work

'it doesn't pay! before 7 o'clock every morning." ThePORTLAND

f "r oe>n't pay what "Yes," answered the young man; "ifI

p' 0 RAILWAY ') "Dividends-Chicago Record-Her had all the business cares you usedto

ald. have maybe I'd get Insomnia too."

The Great Eastern Satisfaction. IU PENTIHE OPE8gI08 gttention I -Washington Star. EXPOSITIONOpens

"Too bad about Dingman going Explained.

and Western Line wrong Nn't it?" Him-It must be awfully annoying

"Y(-s, but I haven't boon grieving for a woman to have hair that won't

Across the Entire States oi much about it. My wife always held stay in place, like that girl in the third June 1st.Low .

him up to me as:' a model."-Detroit row in front of us. Her-There's noth-

TEXAS and LOUISIANA Tribune. The Standard Naval Stores Company of Jacksonville, ing new the matter engagement with her She hasa Rates Will Prevail

A Common Trait. Florida is now prepared to contract with independent Leader. ARE YOU GOING? \
NO TROt'BI.E TO ANSWER QUESTION "I have noticed. says the lIon. Alex

Direct Line to tooth Appleby.pulled"that says everybody it was one who of has the a producers and will pay flat Savannah prices for Rosin After the you Refusal.ForsgoodDj think .you havebeen BECAhEFULin ** j

fair to me. Miss Hawkins? Miss Selecting Your Route West ((
most stubborn the dentist extract-
NORTH TEXAS ed."-Kansas City Times. ever and Spirits Turpentine delivered at either Jackson- Hawkins-You have said so all along. of the Mississippi River .

You called me the fairest of my sex SEE WONDERFUL '
NEW MhXICO ville or Fernandina. Free of storage, insurance or com- only five minutes ago.
T"o"I "*. Scenic Colorado as You Go-

ARIZONAand The Ixver-There is nothing sweeter Entertaining, Enlightening j
We also make liberal
mission charges. are prepared to I When the soup has a greasy look '
than making up a lovers quarrel. Marnet and Satisfying
pour it, when hot through a cloth sat.
Cynic-Well, It's different afteryou're advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank I crated with cold water, and the fat MANITOU, 1PIKE'S
married. Then It generallyneans
CALIFORNIA trill remain in the cloth.
millinery. cars-it will save you lots of money. For further in- PEAK

"I 1 THANK THE LORD" formation apply toJacksonville GROWING ACHES AND PAINS ROYAL GORGE,

E. TURNER cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock,
Ark., "for the relief I got from Buck- Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bremond. Tex, BLACK CANON

General Passenger Agent ten's Arnica Salve. It cured my fear- writes, April 15. 1902: "I have used Bal- TENNESSEE PASS,

DALLAS TEXASL.ALEXANDER ful running sores which nothing else lard's Snow Liniment in my family for

would heal and from which I had suf- I ST08E CO. three years. I would not without it CANON OF THE GRAND,

fered for five years." It is a marvelous BnD8n BOYDL in the Jiouse. I have used it en my little MARSHALL PASS,

healer for cuts, burns and wounds. girl for growing pains and achesin '
Guaranteed at Anti-Monopoly: GLENWOOD SPRINGSand
her knees. It cured her right away.I .
Drugstore; 5c.:!
Practical have also used it for frost bitten feet SALT LAKE 9 CITY

I PIANO TUNINGThe Fla. with good success. It is the best liniment Are All on This Line
I ever used." :5s., SOc and $1.
WRITE ME what time you will

estimates made on all contract Ocala Music company have experienced Sold by all druggists. be likely to make the trip. It
vrork. Gives more and better work
men Ui their mploy who wli may be to our mutual advantage
for the money than any other In town. CREAMERY BUTTER

tune your piano Right, and put it In DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBANDOr 25 CENTS A PCUND WRITE TODAY

first class condition In every respectmaking ,
any repairs that may be need Father or Brother ? The Carmichael & Son Co. keep con- Sale to California, Or-

i Painter and Paper HangerAll ed. Their work is all guaranteed fully. stantly on hand receiving a fresh sup- egon and the Northwest

Patronize your home merchants.Our If so, let us show you how to cure them of the terrible curse of drink. ply every two days, delicious pure, March 1st to May 15th

kinds of painting:, papering, varnishing APPLETINE never fails to cure, and the beauty of this is. that the patient
Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per
hard oil finishing, staining, never knows how he stopped the drink habit. Trial treatment and directionssent Missouri, I. E. REHLANDER
kalsomining etc., neatly done.11 stock of trunks is second to none postpaid on receipt of :5c. Full treatment, {3. All communications cu pound kept on Ice. Phone No. 37. Pacific. Trav. Pass Agents
in the state: any size style or finish -
work fully guaranteed.: Call on or write fidential. Denver & CHATTANOOGA.
me for estimates. ISAAC SIMMONS, : all prices from the cheapest to Buffets and china closets, all prices.
GREAT NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. 10S3 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn. N. Y. Rio Grande TENNESSEE
126\ South Main St., Ocala Fla. the best made. at Mclver & MacKay's Ocala Furniture Company. "._


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