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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JO, Number 282. OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY JO, J905 Fifty Cents 'a Month, $5 a Year



A Historical Paper, Written; by Residence Section of Marquette, Kansas -
Gary and Read Before the U. D. Wrecked and Twenty-Five I
Boneless Herring and Shredded Codfishin C. at Pensacola. by Mrs. Brumby People Killed I

Cans ,Madam President and Ladies of the Kansas City, Mo., May 10.-Between \

Florida Division U. D. C.: twenty and twenty-five persons are reported The Cod Li\"erOil Emub"ion"PaJo EzoeOatet"tor
ELBOW MACCARONIAND ; SUIT CASES and Coughs Colds. Influenza, Bronchitis, La Grip
dead as a result of a tornado
I have chosen for the subject of my
EGG NOODLES. i Sore Throat and Lungs, Catarrh, Pneumonia
I paper an account of the raid on the that swept the town of Marquette. Consumption and all Pulmonary Diseases., All

Five Pound Tins No. 1 Mackerel i plantation, in Marion county, belong- Kans., late last night. The cyclone :Druggists,two sizes 50e and SL

iI I ing to the estate of Colonel J. Foster SATCHELLS. swept the residence section of the town i I TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL

Marshall, of South Carolina, a hero of I I only the business district not being

AT THE I the Mexican war and of the Southern I I affected The residence section was almost to all sending name and address to
OZOMl'LSION co.. 93 Pine Street New
entirely wrecked. York.
Confederacy, who was killed in one COME AND EXAMINE
TEAPOT GROCERY1DERTAEER I of the battles around Richmond, in ., I ,


The raiders were all negroes except I Mrs. Josie Sumner, BreKond:. Tex
the commander, white officer.
a I writes, April 15.1902: "I have used Bal- n
landed at Fort Gates,
I They or near
lard's Snow Liniment in my family for
on the St. Johns river on the night of three years. I would not be without it
the 9th or early! dawn of the 10th of I
I in the house. I have used it on my little -
-AND-- I
March, 1865, and
were piloted through '
girl for growing pains and aches UI
!the scrub by a barge hand of Captain I i in her knees. It cured her right
Gray, who knew the I
ENEALNERSWe country.
I I have also used it for frost bitten feet
I I the
at set
Arriving plantation they
with good success. It is the best lin-
(I fire the and Mr. Joe I
to buildings put "
iment I ever used. 25s., 50c. and $1.
i .
have two Registered Un iI the of the in ,
I Caldwell manager place WALL PAPERIf FOR SALEOur Sold by all druggists.A .
dertakers and Embalmers. I the burning sugar house, but he escap- I (

ed through a scuttle, to die on the out- ;
wish work done in the wall
you pa- business Is offered for sale We TACTLESS NURSE.
AH work entrusted to our
!side.There I per line let us send our man with sam- will sell the entire business at a big --
were about 200 hogsheads of the Creepy Manner In Which She
care will receive prompt and ples for your inspection. if sold 'IGROCERY
sugar on the place all of which were bargain, or not in this way the Kutfrtainrd" a I'atlent.

skilled attention. All em ??I destroyed by the raiders, except 20, I DITTO & MALOXET. stock will be sold out at cost. The millinery -I Nurses are, as :t class, a mast excellent : .

A which they endeavored to carry with HOME stock is new and seasonable body of young women, but, as in
balming fully guaranteed. KEEP YOUR MONEY AT
hem: and impressed mules and wagonsfor and is all salable, desirable goods. The the case of doctors one occasionallycomes

splendid stock of Caskets and that purpose.' We Have Just Received a Large Ship business will pay good returns on the across si edmeus who are so

Burial Robes carried at all They also carried off twenty-four negroes ment of Pianos and OrgansOur :investment to anyone who will give it Jeficient m tact and sympathy; with tbe
from the place. They started to I
o are
their personal attention, which we sick to be unintentionally
as positively though -
times.OCALIFURNITURECO. I retrace their steps to St. Augustine, prices and terms are as low as .1 CLARK BROS. Proprietors
whence they had come. I I j can be obtained elsewhere and your unable to do. brutal. That seems to be _

The news having spread like wild home merchants need your money. THE E. K. NELSON MILL5NERY! CO.I the fate of the writer of the following
You are invited to inspect our stock Phone J74
fire they were met by a squad, mostlyold I letter:

men and boys, hastily gathered before buying Ocala elsewhere.Music Compan- WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! I "Late one night, when I was in considerable -

from the vicinity of Ocala, commandedby Now, in the summer, when all other I
Phone No. 10. Night phone No. 94. I pain ami unable to sleep,
wood have shut down, -
yards remember
General Bullock, who was at home I WHO WANTSI lay nurse, in order to provide cheerful MEN ONLY
that you can get wood at all times I
on wounded furlough who put them i I A good home at a low price? We have through the summer by phoning No. I diversion, proposed to show me a few

For to flight and re-captured Mr. Frank [ for sale the D. Williams house on corner 126, delivered to any part of the city. Iaf!i her photographs. So a candle was I III
WATCHESAnd Hone), who had been captured by Sanchez and South Third streets. McKean Lumber Company.A I I Are Requested Not to Read This, As It
brought to the bedside and the pictures !
? them. I Cheap, if taken at once. Fine location; II is Intended for the Ladies
The raiders afterwards made a stand I large lot! good house. Dftto & Jlaj GOOD SUGGESTION were held before my eyes as I lay on I i
I back. the first with 'Whose attention we invite to our peculiar -
loney. Producing
REPAIRSGO and General Bullock's party gave up j my II III adaptability to progressive
Mr. C. B. Wainwright of Lemon City, I much gusto, the nurse explained that
TO the pursuit but not until Mr. John L. I cabinet-making, and trust they will allow -
JUGGLING WITH DYNAMITEIs Fla., has written the manufacturersthat lit was a pretty picture. It was. 'j
Mathews had been severely;! wounded very ? us to furnish estimates on any
+ F. G. B. WEIHE and two brave men on our Fide had much better results are obtained I It showed 'our mortuary chapel' and I thing in carpentry needed In their
no more :iangerous than to neglect from the use of Chamberlain's Cholic,
the pointed out the calfins and homes.
been killed. They were Mr. Morrison, I nurse
kidney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in cas-
The Jeweler. one-armed a row of shrouds hanging up in the Nothing too small for us; nothing too
a Confederate soldier, who
corrects irregularities and has cured es of pains in the stomach, colic and
had to the Marion .I !!corner, explaining that 'we keep all large. C
belonged artillery, many severe case after other treat- cholera morbus by taking it in water as Our Art Noveau
and Mr. Henry Huggins, who was almost ment has failed. It builds up the hot as can be drank. That when taken -| sizes in stock.' The next picture! was

W. C. BULL totally blind, but who at the I out tissues and restores worn-I in this way the effect is double in | 'our operating theater,' with the nurse Combination Chests and Settees are

breaking out of the war, in his ardor to vigor. "I was troubled with rapidity. "It seems to get at the right I and the doctor 'just ready to begin,' becoming universal favorites in Ocala:

help the South. had joined Captain Ow- I complaint for about two years," writesA. : spot instantly! ," he says. For sale by I and my tormentor was ecially! proudof low in price, but high in efficient use-

Contractor and ens' company, afterwards Captain II. Davis of lit. Sterling, Iowa, "but the Postoffice Drugstore.Spalding's it because the nurse epid'as I fulness. A postal will bring us.
Builder two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure affected i J. McNEALY & CO.
ntgfiQuick Chambers'. But when they went to i herself. When she pointed out, however -
a permanent cure. Sold by the baseball guide books on, "The Ones That Don't Wait"No.
Fernandina to be mustered into the that galoshes were worn by the
I Postoffice Drugstore. sale at the Postoffice Drugstore.
and Careful Estimates Made Confederate States army. he was rejected l butcher and his assistant, I endeavoredto 12, Fort King nvenue.

Box 64, Ocala. Fla. on account of his defective eyesight ;! I pass on as quickly as possible to -

j the next picture. It was not long, however -
the result of a severe illness
II j before we came to the portrait of and
when he was twelve years old. From Painting Paperhanging

PURE MILKPure the time he was fifteen he was unableto ; 'Mary, our hospital' skeleton.' Xurse

read a line, but so great was his IAN I IMPORTANT FACTOR I;explained that Mary was cloaked; We do all kinds of Painting Pa-
but at lectures could be
thirst for knowledge that he would j a string pulled and
Milk and Creamare his "{and the cloak fell off. In pont; of perhanging Upholstering.
coax little sister, ten years younger ,
the to read for him, and though at first i fact, the photographer bad caught it at Let us bid on your Trork Every Job
among greatestof i the moment of and the
falling figure guaranteed *
be claas.
she had often to spell the words for I o first
table delicacies. Theyare 'We give careful painstaking. atten- and features of Mary remained indelibly
him to pronounce, she kept up the I ,
printed on I do not KNIGHT GILLETT
my memory. &
habit of reading to him which she af- ,
both RICH PURE and tion the minor details of say anything against Mary as a skeleton -
terwards shared with his devoted wife, to our cus- but she Next to Chinese Laundry.
I was hardly an apparition
WHOLESOME if suppliedby and a most beautiful affection grew up
between them. I jto, bring comfort or sleep to a poor I
important fevered wretch whose life was banging
He married February 1S60. a lovely I
i In tbe balance. Yet that nurse held the H R. HUNTER
cousin' the daughter of the late Colo-
factor in estimating the value (.highest possible credentials in every
nel Charles of North
Huggins Santee . .
department of her calling."-London I G-UNSE: :
S. C., from which state his father and
GEO. B. TYLER. Proprietor. of services. I
family removed to Florida in lS51.i I our I Truth."I
-------- ----------- I
i The family were wealthy rice Plant-I I i THANK THE LORD"
ers from before the
cried Hannah Plant, of Little Rock,
THE i in which his ancestors bore a conspicuous MUNROE & GHAMBLISS BANKERS I'I Ark, "for the relief I got from Buck-

i part, serving with the patriot Ma 'I i len's Arnica Salve. It cured my fearful Repairing a Specialty.

running sores, which nothing else
rion.Of all the family who bore the name OCALA, FLA. I i I would heal, and from which I had suf-
TEXAS* IUJ 'JPACIFICRAILWAY fered for five years." It is a marvelous .
only the fond sister now survives. She 1 1IUnPEBTIHE I
1I 1i I healer for cuts, turns and wounds. ThePORTLAND
has never ceased to mourn the tragic i
FCp' I Guaranteed at the Anti-Monopoly
p death of her gentle, unselfish' brave and 0 i .
Drugstore; 25c.ODD
loyal brother. I
Having paid the tribute to one who,

The Great Eastern notwithstanding' the disability which PEB UB SHOE FACTS.

exempted him from military duty yet': I EXPOSITION

and Western Line became a martyr to his desire' to serve ttentionllI I Greek shoes were peculiar in reachIng -

his country. I shall now resume my I i to the middle of the legs.

Across the Entire States oi) narrative of the raiders. I I The present fashion of shoes was Opens June 1st.

Captain J. J. Dickison, the vigilant I I I[Introduced into England in 1C33.

protector of Florida homes at his headquarters I In the ninth and tenth centuries the I
TEXAS and LOUISIANAr0 The Standard Naval Stores of
at Waldo, receiving informa- I Company Jacksonville, I' greatest princes of Europe wore wooden I Low Rates Will Prevail j

tion of their raid and that they had I shoes.

TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTION retreated in the direction of the St. i i Florida, is now prepared to contract with independent I I Shoes among the Jews were made of 'II ARE YOU GOING? .1 j

Johns river, hastily followed with the i i i lerther, liaen, rush or wood; soldiers .
Direct Line to and will flat Savannah for Rosin BE CAREFUL in
view of overtaking or interceptingthem. I producers pay prices 1 shoes were sometimes' made of brass : i t
I Selecting Your Route West :
NORTH TEXAS and Spirits Turpentine delivered at either Jackson- or I of the Mississippi River .
Pursued by this heroic and intrepid I j In the reign; of Richard II. shoes ,

NEW MeXICO officer with a detachment of his brave I 'were of such absurd length as to re- SEE WONDERFUL :' \

men they:! re-crossed the river, where ville or Fernandina. Free of storage, insurance or commission o I quire to be supported by being tied Scenic Colorado as You Go-

ARIZONAand they had previously landed leaving I I I to the knees with chains, sometimes of Entertaining, Enlightening t
We also to make liberal .
wagons mules and provisions and had I charges. are prepared j I gold or silver.In and Satisfying ;

nearly made their escape but were the reign of William Rufus of
advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank I I MANITOU,
CALIFORNIA overtaken in the very suburbs of St. England In the eleventh century a t

Augustine where Captain Dickison recaptured great "dude," Robert the Horned used PIKE'S PEAK,
will lots of For further
cars-it in-
WRITE FOR SEW BOOK OF TEX.-\S. FREi the Marshall negroes and I you money. I' shoes with sharp points stuffed with COLORADO SPRINGS,
marched them back to the old planta- !
tow and twisted like rams' horns.
formation apply toJacksonville I ROYAL GORGE,
tion home having it in his to.
E. P. TURNER power The Romans made use of two kinds of

restore with them much stolen propertyto shoes-the solea, or scandal, which cov- BLACK CANON

General Passenger Agent the owners. I ered the sole of the foot and was worn TENNESSEE PASS,

DALLAS. TEXAS Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, Historian. at home, and the oalcens, which covered -

the whole foot and was worn CANON OF THE GRAND,



governing board of the hospitalwill You cannot have good health unless SALT LAKE CITY

hold its monthly business meetingat Fla. I your kidneys are sound for the kidneys Are All on This Line
CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful 5 p. m., on the first Wednesday of filter the blood of impurities which

each month. All bills must be presented I otherwise act as Irritating poisons and WRITE ME what time you will

estimates made on all contract by this date, and when correct break down the delicate organs of the be likely to make the trip. It
vrork. Gives more and better work I will be paid on the 10th of each month. I body and cause serious trouble. If
for the money than any other In town. All communications and all may be to our mutual advantage
sugges- you have kidney or bladder trouble and
tions for the benefit of the associationwill DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBANDOr I''do not use Foley's Kidney Cure, you WRITE TODAY

ISAAC SIMMONS be considered at these' meetings. I will have only yourself to blame fori COLONIST TICKETS
A. L. Juan Secretary.Our i I results, as it positively cures all forms
Father or Brother ? of kidney and ,bladder diseases.Soldby On Sale to California, Or-

Painter and Paper Hanger stock of trunks is second to none the Postoffice Drugstore. egon and the Northwest

in the state; any size, style or fin- If so, let us show you how to cure them of the terrible curs of drink. March 1st to May 15th
All kinds of painting, papering varnishing I APPLETINE never fails to cure, and the beauty of this Is. that the patient i LINE RAILWAY
ish: all prices, from the cheapest to
hard oil finishing, staining, I never knows how he stopped the drink habit. Trial treatment and directions Missouri, I. E. REHLANDER
the best made at Mclver & Parlor Car Service
kalsomining, etc., neatly done. All MacKays.: sent postpaid on receipt of 23c. Full treatment, $3. All communications cu Pacific Trav. Pass. Agent,

work fully guaranteed. Call on or writeme fidentiaL /* Parlor cars on the Seaboard Air Line Denver & CHAT1 ANOOGA.
for estimates. ISAAC SIMMONS Buffets and china closets' all prices. will be continued on day trains be-
126 South Main St. Ocala, Fla. Ocala Furniture Company. GREAT NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. 1053 Gates Avenue. Brooklyn, N. Y. tween Ocala, Jacksonville and Tampa. Rio Grande TENNESSEE




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Fastest Time, Finest Service to Bir-

and Departure of Trains at mingham, Memphis! Nashville, Lou

OcalaSEABOARD isville, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicagoand
You Can Be Cured.
BUY THE all points North and West in

AIR LINE through Pullman sleepers, with unexcelled -

Schedule in Effect April 16 dining car service. Official No.11 Cedar Terrace
route to Kansas City to the Southern Ben SPBZSGS,Ax,Apr 58,1908. Q
SOUTHBOUND Baptist Convention to be held May 10- When I was first married I found that my strength Mid
Leave-1:20 p. m and 2:05 a. m. 17. One fare rate, plus 50 cents for the health were gradually diminishing. I became nerrou
MAN Arrive from JacksonT'illep.. m. and irritable,and was in bed a week and sometimes ten / ? +- '
HARQ round trip. Stop-overs on these tick- '
days of every month,and bad intense bearingdown pains.
and 22a.m ets permitted at St. Louis and Mam- My husband had the best physician for me and I used \ .
NORTHBOUNDArrive moth Cave. For sleeping car reserva- his medicine for nearly four months,but I gradually grew ,
worse had less strength,and fin&ll1lwa.s unable to lean ., f
from Tampa-1 p. m., anda. 2 tions, maps, folders, rates and full Information my bed at all.
m. call on or write George E. A friend who was caning on me brought me a bottle ofWine
of Cardui and loud in ita praise that I told
was so
Leave-2:20 p. m., and %:05 a. m. Herring. Florida Passenger Agert L. her that I would take it to please her.I .
:i t & N, 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla.Spalding's was surprised and pleased that before I had used the bottle I really felt
ATLANTIC COAST LINE better,so I kept on using it. Eight
bottles brought back lost health C#'r-- :; tVYU;
I II Northbound baseball guide books on and strength and I hay not Ud a V...
P1ANQ sale at the Postoffice Drugstore.A tick dal in six months
No. 78, from St. Petersburg. Lakelandand
ST. Araurws 8ocDn.WINEoICARDUI .
I Tampa, arrives 12:40 p. m.; leaves

: 1 p. m.. for Jacksonville.Southbound. NOTABLE DWARF.The .
Witty Debut jf BoruIiTaskl. th.
No. 39, from Jacksonville arrives
Famous Little Pole.
2:35 p. I ; leaves 2:55 p. m.
TERMS TO SUIT THE PIKER I S. S. 0. & G. A very notable dwarf wasBjrulwasLi.!
the Pole, of whose debut the followingstory ;

No. 49, leaves 7:10 a. m. for Homo- is toM: As a boy of fifteeu wiie. Mrs. Finnegan had little hope of relief because she knew that every

sassa. be was just cue incli higher thou! a time she had those spells of menstrual suffering with attendant bearing

We ate now prepared to do tuning and ette No., Archer 45, leaves, Lake 10:05 City a. m.and, for points Juli- two foot rule he was presented to tile djwn pains she was wesier. And every month the pain was growingmore

north. Empress Maria Theresa who was sj severe.

repairing on short notice. No. 47, leaves 3 p. m., for Homosassa, charmed by his grace and gbxl lo;,k.-. But Mrs. Finnegan wa cured by Wine of Cardui. She is now so
Inverness and points south. that she seated him ou her lap au.. well that there are few women who would not be glad to have the health
she has. And who has those dreaded bearing down painscan
No. 44 arrives 9:40 a. m.. from Ho- gave Lira a hearty kiss.,; "And what do any
have the same relief. ,
mosassa. you consider the most; interesting; si-Th
OCALA MUSICHARDWARE co. I Tfo. 46 arrives 12:20 p. m., from Inverness in Vienna?" she asked the boy. "What You can be free from menstrual irregularities if you take this pure
Juliette and points south. vegetable wine. Why don't you take it when you see what it has done
I behold he answered.MAa..
njw !
Wine of Cardai
No. 48 arrives 6 p. m., from Homo- for others? Secure &bottle of today.
what is that? -Why, said the tin-
sassa, Jasper, Lake City, Archer and Your druggist has (1.00 bottles.
courtier, "to see so little a man on tIle
points north.
hip\ of so great a lady." Naturally a

youth! who exhibited such a ready aut!
courtly wit bad a distinguished career
before biia. From font day Coral

wa-ki bet-auie the of the or YOU ARE IN NEED
|. Low Rates Via the Atlantic CoastLine pet courts IF OF MONEY CALL AT
I Europe.: He was a sjieeiul favorite 01Stallijaus

I 11., who took him to Eng

The Atlantic Coast Line, shortest land and introduced bhu to Geir;

We carry a full and complete line of I I and cheapest route, one fare, plus 50c., Ill and his family, and far mare than I UNCLE Sfllfl'SPAWNSHOP.
will sold 7
round trip. Tickets be May half
a century be m.e his home iu
to 11, inclusive, return limit, May 23. "
Stop-over at St. Louis permitted on England.Uorulwaski..
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDSStoves. who at his tallest was a a'8 .
return trip within final limit by deposit -
II I I of ticket and the payment of 50c. yard and three inches high, bad a sifter -- .

Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of I A good opportunity to go West at a whuse head was just level with her dll'l'"( I}
small cost. big brothers shoulders. lIe' was u it

WIRE FENCING W. J. Craig, Gen. Pass. Agt., only a handsome!' and courtly man, but I Ii ,Ug J You can get the most x- r'ill

Wilmington X. C. a scholar} of repute. He lived in five i I 1/11/': liberal loans on your /&& .

PHOSPHATE TURPENTINE and' T. C. White, Div. Pass. Agt.. reigns; and was laid to rest in DurhiUi J 1 1 I Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, \&

Tampa, Fla. in 1S37 side l ly side with the Falstaffian IfI Furniture, Tools and all

MILL SUPPLIES.Sash Stephen Kemble.Vlctory'nnd. r i jj Kinds of Personal Property. -'


Doors, Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds lost It is your a disastrous health because calamity indigestionand when you Many a man applauds In a moment Patrick of Henry's fine enthusiasm Rubin, All Business Strictly Confidential

constipation have sapped it away. "Give ine liberty or give me de tb." Its North Magnolia St.
i Prompt relief can be had in Dr. King'sNew Proprietor. 14
: a proper; sentiment: to entertain but
This is the Tool Life Pills. They build up your digestive OCALA FLORIDA.EUREKALOIJITCHECZEMA .
act ensy!' to live up to. ,
organs, and cure headache,
:Most of feel like the Peiina.vlvania
colic us more -
dizziness constipation, etc. Guar-
-FOR- anteed at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- Dutchman who told bis wife:

store; 25c.S. to write au appropriate inscription on

bs: knapsack which she was packing +

Fall and Spring Crops A. L. SPECIAL RATES ju the eve of his departure to join

\Vasbiugtou's; army in the Revolution.The .

$3.45 SAVANNAH GA., and return. : enthusiastic woman dreaniiug of

i Tickets on sale May 14 and 15, limited her hero coming home a general at CUREDNot
will returning to May 26.
We fee
:least wrote in ;good round letters. _
$3o.35 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, and re- Victory or Death." I
.t to see you at atimes. turn. Tickets on sale May 15, 16 and In a few moments her husband something that will cure everything, but a specific prescribed for over

I 17, limited returning to May 31. caught sight of it. thirty years by Doctor Burgess one of London's most celebrated skin specialists. -

$35.45 KANSAS CITY, MO., and return. No .
o g.Kt! goot! be exclaimed ingreat
i Tickets on sale May 7 to 11, inclusive -
excitement. "Take dat o3f :
MARION= H7-TRDMI RE CO i limited to May 23. quick The Eurekalol Eczema Cure Is the famous remedy guarantee, to quickly
( Put on cords, 'Wictory, odcr comeback
I $28.55 ST. LOUIS, MO., and return. relieve and permanently cure any disease of the skin or scalp. It Is purely

SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MacDUFF. j Tickets on sale May 14, 15 and 16, again.Youth's: Companion. antiseptic and germicidaL We have thousands of testimonials to prove the

!I, limited to May 27. Overdid It. I true virtue of its positive cure.

time and on "cure-alls." The absolutely do no
Don't waste
your money }
Mrs. : wasn't that
; PERISHABLE FREIGHT CAR Passay Mary, gentleman good.
asking for me? The New Maid
I FROM YULEE TO ATLANTA Write to us at once for our famous Eurekalol Eczema Cure. It will tell
Florida -No. mum. lie described the lady: be
East Coast the story that is more convincing than pages of argument. Price: postpaid,
Railway.local wanted to beiu'! about an'I
see as forty
From May 1, the S. A. L. Ry., will establish SOc. and $1.00.Don't .
told him: it couldn't be you. :Mrs.Passay .
i a package car service daily for
suffer from those torturesom Files. One application of the famous
I perishable freight from Yulee to Atlanta. -Quite right my dear. AntI Eurekalol Pile Cure will give immediate relief. Proce, postpaid, 50 cents.
Time Card No. 6?. In Effect April 111905.SOUTH I Train will leave Yulee at 11 a. you shall have an extra afternoon off

i m. and reach Atlanta_next day at 11:50 tomorrow. The New Maid! -Yes, mum THE EUREKALOL REMEDY CO, 1137 BERGEN ST, BROOKLYN, N. Y

.BOUNDREAD DOWN. NORTH.SOUND-READ UP. i I a. m. This is equal to express time andI thankee, mum. Yes, mum; I told t

I will prove a big saving. All productsfor him it couldn't be you for you was

INo. 991NO. Z9; STATIONS ''No.78.1No. 98 north and west of Atlanta shouldgo about fifty. Mrs. Passay-And wb'le: THE COLORED PEOPLE'S impressed into service. It is very gratifying -

Danl. Dally.i Call,. Dally. into this car. Truckers, for rates you're taking your afternoon off )"o1.dbettf'r ; to note the interest the patrons
end service, will apply to John Dozier, DEPARTMENTRev.
6001> 9'Oa'Lv' .. ._..... _JacklOnvll1e.... ._ Ar 'lOOp l60a agent, Ocala, Fla. hunt a new place-Cle\"elanJ! and friends are taking in the schooL
11071> 9 48a __Su. .Iack'lmv1lle__ Lv G52p 8'2& Leader. Howard Academy is a credit to toe
6151"1056" ....-St. -\uguUne,....._ 550p 740a653pill
32a, II ?...__Hasting._...... .. 'SSp SUa WHY SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISMWhy J. E. A. Keeler, Editor. race.
710 PI11311 AI II ..............Ea.:., Palatka......._ 4 3'1' 628 a Her Clever Scheme.
When you are In need of first class

'f M p'1215' p:tr ..........._.-Palatka-__._. Lv 410p 600a suffer from rheumatism when Fanny Why in the world do you Mrs. A. Gunn is indisposed.First beef, pork, fish, and vegetables call at
ctJ 1U I>ill' 25 ai Lv ......__.....-pelatka ._..........?... Ar 5 00 p 6 55 a one application of Chamberlain's Pain send away for so many catalogues aril] quite W. M. Wolfs stall No. 7, city market.All .

0\ 8 pl, 00 P,Ar ._......___Mn )lul'O__..... Lv 210 p......._ Balm will relieve the pain The quick then never buy anything? Suzette-To class ice cream, all flavors, at orders promptly filled.
'0 2 10 PI !Lv ..-..........-San )I.too_.._...... AI' 8 23 Pi l 'I 50 8. C relief which this liniment affords makes keep the postman coming here. I don't the New Drugstore. Mrs. C. C. Curry has opened a first

5 'I 1:1 32 Lv ..._._ .. rest and sleep possible and that aloneis want those!' women across the street ta Wedding bells are ringing-at San- class dress making fitting and cutting
5111' : pI .. .Neoga_............._.. Lv 351 p 3 50 a :::
CZ 1\\ 03 P 12 n ........__BunL..I:"_......,...?, .. : 3 Up 5 36 a 0 worth many times its cost. Many know that Jack and I duu't correspondany ; tos tonight and at Jacobville tomorrow business. Work done in the latest and
810 p 1'155 PI II _........._...Dui..nt_-.._...._ 3 "i I' 5 21 a rot- who have used it hoping only for a IDonDetroit Free Press. best styles. Residence, one block north
0\ 8 U pl l1! ...-....-Ormuntl_._ .. 310 pI 4 59 a night.
0. 1\\ 53 139 PI II ..._.__D\ytuna_.___ 3 00 I' 4 47 a -0 short relief have been happily surprised of county jaiL
t U4 p 151 ..._.....?_Pllrt Orange..__... 2 ill P' 4 36a to find that after awhile the relief Everything in the line of first class Go out to the Driving Park and see
I/) 9 25 P 215 PI.t.r ___._ New 8myrnll..__ 2 30 I' 415 a .., j became permanent. Mrs. V. H. Leggett Too Polite. drugs can be found at the New Drug-
-- 11021 1--, I Mrs. .J:11p3r-I shall never send for the game of baseball between the teamsof
_C a 3 U pi AI'.. .._..._. Lake 1I.t'Il: ...._......... Lv,12 4. I' 610 P 0f > of Yum Yum Tennessee U. S. A., store. Ocala and Dunnellon. The contest
103'1 3 551>, _......._OrangtCry...._....... '1233p 5Mp "tl [ writes: "I am a great sufferer from Dr. VeriswHl!' when I am ill. Mrs. Rev. J. H. Rogers lost a pair of gold
.. l045a 400 p.: ......Orang6 City .Iuru.U.'n...... ,1230p 545p rheumatism( all over from head to foot, Jumpuppe-Why not? :Mrs. will be an exciting one.
L- -I -- n I bow rimmed spectacles. Finder will be
r 9atp 2 2,pi ; .... .?.._ 6W Smrrlla...__.. Lv 2, 405ai = and Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the Because he is so excessively polite thatIf The "Old Reliable" Mrs. Alice Flu-
1000 P ::151 p" ....._._?_..Ol\k HrU...__.._ f 154" 3 39 a ., only thing that will relieve the pain. he found me at rti-ath's door be rewarded. itt has first class restaurant
C 10U.: 330 P AI' ...?...........?.TltI4SVIU._......?...?.. I I 1 15 I' 3 OJ a y For sale by: the Postoffice Drugstore. would hasten to open it for me. Call at Gunn and Holland's, city i opened a
o ---I -- I two doors below the city market.
I 00 a ........._ ......_.._.._ .._ ant.'Nt._........._..Lv'10 00 11,1U UO a 0 market for choice meats etc. Give I
u _10 00 a Lv ....................S,4ufurtl... .............. Ar i....___ 902 1\ :: SPECIAL RATES them a trial.B. I Choice meals and lunches at living
... --I i A One Meht Stand.
1039 P a 30 I':;Lv.. ......._._ Tltll ville _...... Lv I 1 151" Y 00 a Bosh-Is Blank ou the stage? Josh- I C. Cody has lost a valuable pictureof rates. Give her a call and be convinced.
U 11111' 409p __._...c..a.___._.. .. ,,,12341' 219a .., i will Open until 10 o'clock each night.
.. Round Colonist Rates and two dogs. Finder receive -
1122 p 413 PI ,...??.?.. _ldxklerlge_._..._. .. ::12 SUp 216& Trip to Texas No. t}! h-Why. yes he Is! lIe told me a man
11 53p 4 45i' ...__._Eau Gal ter-_._ ??? ,,1158 a 1 U a ... | Oklanoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory that be made Lis first appearance two a liberal reward. There will be a grand Odd Fellows
1:1: Oli a 4 5' II ___JIt'lbt urne... __._ .. 1144 a 134 a ::
C 1:1: iii a Ii 37 I'j' II ?._..bast/an_.._ ..._ ,11 04 a:12: 51 Ii N Each First and Third Tuesday years ago.: Josh-Umhtih! He made ba Mrs. Janie Simpkins of Tampa, nicnic at Montague on the 20th. A
1 39 a 629p i II ......_.! t. LII"h'..._.?_ II 111l!a'12 WmCo i last ar i earance on the same night- the mother of Rev. James Dean, is in grand time is anticipated. J. J. Cobb,
lli1i.1 SUp, II ...._..._.J'urt 1'l.-l'Ie___ II ,,10 (5 x.1155 I' N One-way and round trip colonist rates
0 218 'll08 Pi ...?..._..._-Tibtals.......__.. 910: a 11 :.1 '0 Detroit Free Press. the city visiting her son. master of ceremonies.
t'J :1 23 a 'f 12 p, Eden. __ .. 9 26 a,l l 14 I' to the West and Northwest.
228a I17p'' "' _....__Jc'nst'n___ .. 9:1aii '31'en i !One-vwy colonist rates to California We are anxiously awaiting the wed- 'Lk Green the tonsorial artist and
239. 'l :81 II ...._..._..._tUArt_.......__ i 911a'11041 :: I Efficient Sopport.Tess ding bells on South Third SL, not far lightning shaver. My razors shave soft
3 04 a 7 561', ...._ Holoe S..und..___. i 8 '211.111 361' r, i: and the Northwest from March 1 until -I hear Miss Strongmlnd has and sweet and hair-cutting is the
,+,J 321 a 814 II ..._. ....we't Jupitrr... .. 11 :4 a III 191' from Giles' gin. Guess who. my
c .clta S6lp .. __west hum Beach---.._- II 'lUa' May 15, 1905. asked you to be her bridesmaid. Is that best. I have two of the finest chairs

'- 432a.. 911ipl"... .. ".._....._.B..vn4n....._..._ .. I ; 2)a''' 9nl'J i l Special first class round trip rates to BO? Jess-No. Indeed. She has askedme *For choice groceries, fruits, candies, that turn every way. Razors dxed In anstJes.
w_ 4 ..a 9 ...Pj) .. __ ....__L.1 raT_..._..?__ : le aI tJ8p 90 j etc., call at Mention's grocery, two Call and be convinced. West
... Ii ::11 a 10 21 PI .. ........._._Ft..Laucl'rtl&1..._.__ .. : 614 al 1 815 l'Ii I Colorado every day until May 1. Return to be her "best woman -Philadelphia doors below the city market Goods
q 46 a10! 30 p, ....?_.... .._ Danla. _._._ II ', 610 a F 06 P Press. Broadway, next to A. Smith.
II ? ? .. i limit June 1, 1005.: delivered to any part of the city.
5Ma1042p _.._...... I1\lii\lI.r.le____ 5586 754p The revival senices at Mt. Zion A-
6 24&i1\ tlf P II _. .?._ I.m..n City._..._ : 53&a 7 29 p635a'II15pAr i The choice of the two most direct Howard Academy colored, under the
...,.... __3.h..ml_..__..._ LVt'f 201' M. E. church is meeting with much, '
routes and three gate-ways. RE D THIS: management of Principal Johnson Is success. Five conversions to date.
Dally I I Dally coming into its closing days. The ses-
Ex. I HOMESTEAD EXTENION Ex. Union and Southern Pacific. Rev S. Daniel preached an able sermon -
Sun. i Isun.i Greenfield Tenn., March 30, 1901. sion has been a very successful one, last night

45 a ?-t._ Lt ....... .._._)Iiarul__. -\r '' 5 00 I Through Pullman tourist cars operated Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, MO.DearSir considering that smallpox interfered The at Dunnel-

8 00 al...._;At _..._H..lIll"lIt &tl........___ Lv I-: 3 U pI I I! each Monday from Birmingham, : My mother is sixty-four years old quite seriously with the attendance of lon was missionary quite a rally Rev. J. E.

Ala, and three cars a week from the pupils and congratulations are in
and has suffered for
years Sharperson conducted the services and
k..23'Na. 21 No. 19 N.. 17 No.11 I No. ZO No.%Z No. 24 I Washington D. C., to San Francisco order to the principal and his able and
Calla SaadaySundaySunday Daily MAYPORTYRANLH. IN,. 18 Sunda, Sunday Daily with kidney trouble, ana one-third of a the collection was splendid. J. J. Cobb,
Ea San Only'I Onl Iy. '' Onl,. EI Sun, !! Dail,. OIlY.! Olli, Er Sun via Atlanta, Montgomery andI bottle of your Texas Wonder. Hall's zealous assistants. The largest enrollment superintendentThe .
---- is 553 average attendance,
-- -- up
6 00 I' 6 45 pl, 200 P 930a 9 00 a Lv .........,Jaetsonville.._ AI" 830 an 00 n 54p 513 P I New Orleans without change. Effective Great Discovery, has cured her, and I time of the Magnolia Restaurant and Ice
to the smallpox 480
6 081' 6 IIJ p, 208 9 3:1 a 9 08 a Ar ._..So.. ,Ja.k scare ;
P, nviUe..m Lv 8 '
2"l a it 5::a 5 r. p' 60'% P March 1, ere operate every Monday Cream Parlor is
fully recommend it to the now open night and
640p t24p'240p1010a 939 a' _.Pab1oB.acb.._ "I750a11 I 2Oa 505p 435p can public. present attendance 320. Next Mondayand
45p 729:> 2 's P 1015 a 944a II ...... Atlantic B aCh...._ i 'l t5 a 1115: a 5 00 P 430p 1 and Wednesday Pullman tourist tours truly, day for the public. Meals and lunches
:fOOl> 'fUp 300pl030al0ooa II ..._..... lI.vpore........... OI''f30allOOa' 445p 'Up 1 I Tuesday begin written examina- served to order. Ice cream and cake a
from St. Louis to San Francisco
cars O. B. Drewry. tions, Wednesday and Thursday oral
specialty Give us a triaL Jesse Me-

PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STE4MSQIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAML t' without change, via the Chicago and One small bottle of the Texas Wonder examinations, and next Sunday, May Duffy, proprietor.
|, Alton R. R, and the Union Pacific 14, the annual sermon will be preached -
A. W. Walker, the world champion
Case I i R. R., via Kansas City and Denver. Hall's Great Discovery, cures all at Mt Zion A. M. E. church, to shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen

Connection Made at Miami with Steamships: of the P. & 0. S. S. Company Fort i Ask for particulars. Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes which all are invited. Thursday night, razors, hair clippers and scissors and

HAVANA AND KEY WEST. J. F. Van Renssalaer: Gen. Apt. Gravel cures Diabetes, Seminal Emissions at the Academy building will be given be convinced of his superior skIlL Ra-

Weak and Lame Backs Rheu- the first annual concert and Sunday zors honed and concaved in all styles.
13 Peachtree SL Atlanta Ga-
;1 matism and all irregularities of theKidne.s night the second concert and final clos- Call at N& 115, N. Magnolia street

from These the several TIme Tables allow the tlme9 at which trains mar exp'Cted to arrive at and depart G. W. Ely. T. P. A. and Bladder in both men and ing exercises. Dr. Dean presiding elder next S. A. I*
atatims. but their arrival oronMUe departure at the times state L1 n,"t guaranteed
!r fa thIa Company to be held rea tor any delays or any L-onse q uences arising tterelrom women. Regulates bladder troubles in of the Ocala district, was present Call at the: Peterson Restaurant opposite -
WOOD! children. If not sold by yuur druggistwill at the morning school exercises and the city market, for meals,
For j Seasoned or green, oak, pine or mixed. : be sent by mail on r$5eij t of 11. lunches and lodging at special rates by
Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD made a very sensible and eloquent address -
or Other Information"SEE "'" One dollar for big load; 50c. per half One small bottle is two mgnUtfe treatment the day or week. Satisfaction guaran-
THE TICKET AGENT." J load. Delivered to any part of the city. and seldom fails to cure 2ny case to which the pupils gave the teed. A small boy wanted to sell

J. D. I Call on or phone McKeaii Lumber Co. I II above mentioned. S closest attention. The editor of the I lunches at trains. Mrs. Easter Peterson -
l RAHNER, Asst..Oen'l Pa s. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.. |west of Seaboard freight depot Sold by all druggist "-:" Star was also a caller, and he, too, was i j proprietress. ,






A SAD CASEA -, P <. .'
< -
CAPITAL $50,000.00 :
; -
A MATTER HEALTH very Interesting and pathetic .story w 4,_ _- < .- _
is connected with the case of the : --; ?-i":' -:-- 1t-f{L ;

Syrian. Stephens,-who conducted a gro- <: )
HERBERT A. FORD President. <
: _;, "__: ,,<,>:f.
cery south of the market and who was GEO. H. FORD, Vice President. i-:'
declaimed Insane and sent to the asy-
F. WATSON Cashier.
lum last week. Stephens is an honorable ,

: POY4veAK1H ,- honest man. He la about 55 years

old has been in this country for several -

years, but speaks only a few wordsof

English and those very poorly. He

took out naturalization papers and expected NATIDNAL BANK

t to make his home in this country CENTRAOF

,'" For a while he did well and made .

< "... Y some money and decided to send for ,
: his' children two boys, aged 17 and OCALA

p- 20 years. He sent them money several .

'lE ( months ago to buy tickets to Sew

York, and then to a friend in New

York, a merchant, he sent tickets from J. K. CHRISTIAN. R. L. ANDERSON!' "

New York to Ocala. with money for In- GEO MACKAY. ED HILLER.

cidentals. This depleted the old man's Directors : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD

treasury and be had to borrow from R.. S. HALL. _

his landlord and a fellow countryman, -- -. -

Ollie Mordis. The old man's health

POWDERAbsolutely grew worse, and last week, about the

time he was expecting word from his D t

sons that they were safely on the way THE NE IDEA I I

Pure he got a cable from them in Marseilles.

France, to send more moneymorethan

HAS NO SUBSTITUTEOCALA he could possibly raise. The cable -

was in French, and badly worded,

and the best that could be made out of
Ice Crean ParlOr
I it was "more money. I /

This worry and anxiety proved too
The Ocala Woodmen held a lively
much for the old man, and his mind
and enthusiastic meeting last night. AND
OCCURRENCESRebekahs About thirty members were present.Ro'al .
Ollie Mordis, H. L. Anderson and
Cole and Harvey Clark rode the I
Washington, May 10.-Partly cloudy Mr. Norris, who is in charge of the old
meet Thursday night. goat and found him a spirited animal.
tonight and Thursday, with occasional man's store, are trying to straightenout RESTAURANT
The candidates had time
a warm on
showers Thursday.Mr. the matter, and help the boys on
Taylor-made Ice cream every day at the anxious seat, but showed that they
their way. They are trying to locate
Taylor's. possessed good grit and cool heads, ....
G. A. Carmichael is spendingthe
the money and tickets sent them, and We claim to give you something new fresh and
week at his farm, harvesting his though they would probably have pre- ,
Souvenir Cards at the Postoff ice splendid crop of oats. to ascertain what the trouble is. They ferred to have cold feet at one stage of good every day. Three kinds of Ice Cream every day.
fear that the boys fell in with "sharpers" -
Drugstore.A the game. Five applications were favorably Always and
changing always new.
and were relieved of their money ,
I Pumps for irrigating plants complete and tickets. voted on and several others
full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- Write or call on .us for prices. Marion handed in. D. E. Davidson, a memberof
Cold Drinks of all Kinds
dings & Co. Lvdware Company.Mr. the Leesburg lodge, applied for admittance -

to the Ocala camp, and was
Three kinds of ice cream every day P. R. Lester went to South Florida Miss some of the sweet thingsin voted in and made welcome. It Is safe and Fine Fruits and Candies. *

at Taylor's.Iron this afternoon to look after a tim-
that Ocala has the
to say strongest
life -ut don't miss
ber location. Woodmen camp in proportion to the The RESTAURANT is the Best in town. Sanitary I
beds at your own price. Ocala
the pleasures of a box ofz4i size of the town in Florida. There has
Furniture Company.A Bureau trunks in several sizes and kitchen, and the test of foods skillfully prepared. Meals
been no dieback in the growth of the

cooling drink of the most approved grades. The newest, prettiest and lodge since it was organized, and there and lunches from 6 a. m., to f2 p. m., Sunday included.
handiest trunk for the ladies that was
flavors at Taylor's.The are no indications that there ever will
ever made. Mclver & MacKay. be. COME AND SEE US._ .

prettiest line of picture mould-
Clarence J. Smith of Weir Park came
ing. Ocala Furniture Co. I Xew summer styles in matting, a
up today on a very fine blooded ani- H STALBERG Proprietor.
large variety and a wide scale of prices -
I mal which he.desires to sell or trade ,
Dr. H. O. Snow of Floral City was a to select from. Mclrer & MacKay's.
guest of Montezuma today. I for a quiet, safe farm animal.

The Rebekahs will meet Thursday
LOST-Monday, on the street, between -
Paints, leads, oils and varnishes of night for initiation.Mr. .
all kinds at the Marion Hardware Co. Rheinauer's store and Mrs. Por-
ter's residence, a white dress pattern, Elmer E. Cline returned last
Mr. James Engesser, who is so ill in with blue figure. Please return to this d T. W. Troxler,
I r night from Live Oak, where he has
Atlanta, is slowly but surely sinking. office.
Agent been a witness in the circuit court for AT THE CITY MARKET

the past week.
The Marion Hardware Company received Mrs. W. J. Lohrig has gone to Indianapolis OCAL.FLA.

today a carload of roof paper. Ind., to visit her sick Wholesale & Retail Butchers
FOR RENT-Four or five rooms, up
---- ---
brother. stairs over Cafe, opposite A. C. I* pas-
Combs, brushes, sponges, and all oth-
senger depot. Will be rented unfur-
er toilet articles. Tydings: and Company Notice the change in A. E. Burnett's MEETING OF KING'S DAUGHTERSThe nished. Good location for a family.

al advertisement.hundred Edison Mr.phonograph Burnett has recordsin sever- King's Daughters are requestedto Cafe.Apply to Whitesires and Troxler, at the.. WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS'

Miss Floyd Whittle is the accomplished meet at the residence of :Mrs. R. L.
stock, and will get any other record
saleslady at Helvenston and Anderson Thursday afternoon to arrange CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON. '
you may desire if you will only ask The Star is pleased to know that
Pasteur's. some details of a special work
him to.The Mrs. Joseph Shuford, who was confined FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109
soon to be begun. Every member of
to her room for several days, is .
Bamboo porch screens, just the thing the order is especially solicited to be
again able to be around.
given nightat
for the "good old summer time," at present.Irs.. Lindsay, President.
llclver & MacKay's. the home of Mrs. J. W. Pearson by
her charming daughter, Miss Alta, in Call and see the bed springs that we \
Try our creams. They are pure and give you a life time guarantee on. Ocala
honor of her friend Miss Wilcox of HATS OFFto
Mr S. H. Brown of Leroy, the prosperous delicious. C. E. Taylor. Furniture Company.The .
merchant of that place, spent Gainesville, was: a most delightful af-

last night in the city. fair, and the young people present Woman's Home Missionary Society the superb line of vehicles now on y/

greatly enjoyed it. Those present were in salesroom! Everythingthat
of the M. E. church will give a display our
FOR RENT-Rooms; close in; fur- Miss Wilcox! the guest of honor Misses
tea at the armory Friday night from 5 modern ingenuity has devised for
nished or unfurnished. The Finch Edna Dozier, Allie Van Juhan, Bessie
to 10. There will be music, singingand comfort, for style, for beauty, goes into
House, 19 N. Second street. and Porter,
Marguerite Grace Hatchell,
David S.\Vooro\ refreshments. All are invited to these carriages, stanhopes, surreys r
Eloise Miller, Lou Moody, Alice Bul- attend.
Mr. Jordan, the Tampa manager for lock and Sue Anderson and Messrs. runabouts, drays, harnes sand lap '

the Cable Piano Company: came up Harry Walters, Alfred Beck, Murrell robes. Manufacturers. have things T t ,
Hay rakes, mowers and binders,
yesterday to look after trade.
Wilcox, Robert :Mathews, Otto Brown, either down so fine these days that prices areaway
deering McCormick, at the
James Taylor, Frank Smith, John Sul- Marion Hardware Company.Mr. down. May we show you the lat )
FOR RENT-The Massey cottage, in ROOM 12 P. 0- BLOCK
livan and Ben Condon. In the games est? /
the rear of Mr.Iassey's residence on
South Third street. Possession May 1.Mr. Mr. Beck won first prize and Mr. Sullivan John H. Spencer, the machinist .

the consolation. Refreshments OCALA FLORIDA and autoist, expects; to leave for Chi- S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
D. Fant a prosperous farmer of were'sen'ed. cago Saturday, then to Belfast, the c ti

Flemington, was in theh city yesterday seat of the Fairbanks-Morse gas engine -

-4'----.and remembered his newspaper friends. FOR SALE-A fine young Jerseycow works, for which engine Messrs. .
now giving three gallons of milk
Smith and Spencer are the Ocala
The finest and most complete stockof per day Apply to Box 15, Anthony, agents. W. P. EDWARDSAt

perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmeticsin Fla.

the city, at Tydings and REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS
Michael B. Waldron, the successful The purest and finest toilet soaps, a the City Market
large stock of the best goods
Star's old time friend, WilliamJ stock raiser at Daisy, was in the city alwayson

Fant. the leading merchant of Mor- today and put an advertisement in the hand. Tydings and Company.Mrs. Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetablesin

riston, and an all round good fellow, Star offering 100 head of his fine young LOANS W. A. Knight left last night for ,

was in town today and reports excellent stock cattle for sale. Reason: He has Valdosta Ga., to spend some time with Season

crop prospects and fine rains. too many. her father and sister.

FOR SALE-100 head of fine young and Trade Solicited
Do you wish to purchase a home, or City Country
The stock cattle, in quantities to suit.
Largest Stock of are you looking for an investment? If
Cheap for cash. Apply to M. B. Wal-
so, let us tell about -
you our bargains.
dron, Daisy, Fla. DITTO & MALONEY.Mrs. Free Delivery Pfinne2\

Ladies "WOODMAR"Lake .
Mrs. Chas. S. Lovell, who has been .
Will Goin, who came up from
visiting her brother and wife, Mr. and
Homosassa to assist in the presentation John Bell Peyton of Tennessee and
Mrs. Will Hocker, MILLINERY
Walking returned to Jacksonville Weir
of the Tyrolean Queen, returned Florida, Is attending the Thompson
accompanied by her sister, home Monday.
murder trial.Attorney .
Mrs. Drake, of Leesburg.J. .

F. Thompson, the efficient young Cultivators, disc and peg-tooth harrows Beck has had a fierce tussle

operator at the A. C. L. depot, is wear- and all manner of farm and gar- with fever, but was up again this
Ocala at den tools. The Marion Hardware Co. II
ing his best, triangular smile. His now on and each morning.

wife and baby came up from Leesburgon week the Mr. and Mrs. r
during summer Guy Toph of Tampa
The Boston Store the one o'clock train today. rejoice in the arrival of a baby girl.
months I will to1'ood- 'A
go Dr. the .
Toph grandfather, in Ocala, is Perfection CanopiesThe At
We want to say to the citizens of
mar" Thursday the correspondingly happy.
Marion county and to the traveling even* 01

: public that you can get a good dinner
3 o'clock A. C. L. afternoon
Come and See Them l at the Montezuma Hotel for SOc from Mrs. Jesse Neely and baby accom-

I 112 i, m. to 2 p. m. every day.SELFPAYING train, and can accommodatethree panied Mr. Neely home to Oklawaha t CtiI

i or four over night at
-- ---- iI ,

-I my house, returning on Friday Giles' woodyard has the largest supply 4....

of stove and fireplace wood in the Pia
at 1 o'clock. town. Three wagons running. Prompt t\ : All new and right with the
LIFE I .up
INSURANCE delivery and large loads.
If you want to see this season. Many beautiful trimmed

beautiful property let me JOB PRINTINGIf hats, PATTERN HATS and the

REDDITT & MASTERS : I know day ahead at least. If you need job printing of any kind FAMOUS GAGE HATS. A
; complete stock of Trimmings
from a card to a book, send your order -
you go you need not feel to the Star office. We have $:!OOO hat $DRIhG'PdCIUGE Flowers, Ribbons, etc.

worth of the finest job stock-paper, /
Room No. 5, GaryfBoilding. obliged to invest in a lot, envelopes, cards, cardboard, etc.thathas MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK

although it is my intentionto ever been carried by an office In best on earth for either iron or

this section. : wood beds or children's cribs. Most

District Managers for sell them all. We have recently put in a lot of the 'durable, sanitary and time saving.Ve Frank H- Long, postmaster and mer
I newest and prettiest faces of and
type. I Ii chant of Holder, was in town today. He
some improved machinery.We i are headquarters for everything in
missed the train yesterday, and his $!5
have the best job printers and i beds of bed from the
The Lots Will be Sold on Easy canopy
Panama hat, which he didn't
FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE INS. GO. pressmen in the country.Our wear was
Terms. prices are right. I to the springs. Our prices are always not the cause of it !ther. .

Send your order. If there is any- i right.

thing wrong we make it rightBITTINGER I Spalding's baseball
PHILADELPHIA PA. guide books on.
& CO. sale at the Postoffice Drugstore.




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circuit court is busy hearing the doing
COMMERCIAL BANKOCALA Possibly you are now
L. BITTINGER & CO. Thompson-Tillis murder case. The

following persons constitute the jury: business at this bank.If .

J. D. Price, Mcintosh; E. T. Burleson FLA.
C. L. Bittinger and R. R.,Carroll
Citra; S. S. Savage Ocala; J. D. Bas- so, very good. If not,
Proprietors and PublishersC. LACtES'AND sett Anthony; W. H. Pegram. Una- Branch Commercial Bank, Jacksonville
wouldn't it be well for
dale; F. J. Titcomb, DunneDon W. B. you
CHIL-IReN': :: ; HY ROBINSON, President, .. eo ..
L. BITTINGER, Pritchett. Levon; S. C. Lovell. Sparr; to start an account with us.
H. G .Hull Lake Bryant J. S. Thomas Manager,
Editor and General Manager. ;
McIntosh; J. H. Hogan, Daisy; J. W. J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager With abundant capital: and

Moore, Shady. Colonel Palmer, a distinguished -
R. R. CARROLL, LOW-CUT SHOES CAPITAL,''$100,000 with the best of facilities, we
attorney of Tampa, is aid-

City Editor and Business Manager ing Messrs. Allred and Davis in the Surplus and Undivided Profits, $37- are prepared to give you

Prices prosecution of the case, while R. L. 88547 service.
Styles Correct. Right. superior
WHY WILL THEY NOT REMEMBERWe Anderson and Messrs. Lloyd and Youngof

Inverness are for the defense.

refer to those who write com- Otto C. Butterwick of Brooksville is .

munications to the Star and Insist on HELVENSTONPASTEUR COMPANY the stenographer.

not signing their name to the articles. H. Clay Gates is bailiff in charge of '

Th name is not desired for publication the jury. IFYOUDO

but that we may know who the The indications are that the casewill ...,.
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author it and for our own protection.The occupy all of today. .. '

case in point is a communicationfrom A CAR OF, LIVE STOCK r A PRETTY LITTLE PARKIt

Electra, giving the details of a The following are the witnesses sum- MUCH WRITINGYou .

family quarrel and an assault. Now, Messrs. S. A. Standley & Co. received has been suggested by a public moned in the Thompson-Tillis mur-

we have no doubt the trouble occurred, a few days ago a carload of Ken- spirited citizen of the city that the der case: C. L. Savry. D. L. Gotto, V

but in case the parties In the matter tucky horses and mules.A pretty corner lot sodded In grass, be- Clayton Johnson, Geo. R. Carter John

should feel aggrieved and demand sat- tween the fire station and the city hall Clark, R. B. Taylor, S. D. Moore, Er- will surely find that it will pay to get a good

isfaction of the publishers, we have no POSITIVE NECESSITY be converted into a little public park, nest Price, Eren Lisk. George Clark fountain pen. It is the most convenient writing in-

means of knowing who the author is. provided with seats, shrubbery and a Will Rogers and Dr. H. O. Snow. Wit-

We have troubles enough of our own Having to lay upon my bed for 14 drinking fountain, etc., all of which can nesses for the defense: Mrs.. Thad strument ever invented, to say nothing of its superiority

without libel suits. Those communi- days from a severely bruised leg I be done at a nominal cost Thompson, Tell Cato, Will Christie, R over ordinary pens in point of neatness. We havea

cating with the Star on matters of pub- only found relief when I used a bottleof B. Taylor, Thomas Gotto, Thos. C.

lic interest will please remember this. Ballard's Snow Liniment I can HOW'S THIS Cato and T. S. Hinley. Up to noon today first rate line of the best makes of fountain pens,

cheerfully recommend it as the best the defense was questioning Gotto.
which we are selling at reasonable prices. We
Traveling men who visit Ocala ehould medicine for bruises ever sent to the We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- very

know that,if they stop at the Montezuma afflicted. It has now become a positive ward for any case of Catarrh that can- At the opening of court the defensein have also an extensive and choice assortment of Sim-

Hotel they can get breakfast at necessity upon myself.Dr. not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. the Thompson-Tillis murder case

6 a. m.. by ordering the night before, R. Byrnes, :Merchant, Doversville, J.' Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. attempted to have the prisoner releasedon mons watch chains, that we would like you to see.

and that they can be called at any hour TeL We, the undersigned, have known F. a writ of habeas corpus, but the These chains which are in both men's and women's
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be-
of the night. Clerk always on duty. Price, 25c., 50c. and $1. Sold by all court denied the motion saying that I
live him perfectly honorable in all bus-
The Ocala bottling works is doing druggists. iness transactions and financially able while it would not be possible to convict styles are the most strongly guaranteed goods we

to carry out any obligations made by the defendant of murder in the handle
the largest business in its history. A
PIANO TUNINGThe their firm. first degree there were other degreesand
force of a dozen men is kept on the
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, it was only right and proper to
jump to handle the business, and the
Ocala Music have experienced Toledo, 0.Walding. proceed with the testimony and see
genial proprietor, Mr. H. C. Jones, company Kianan & Marvin Whole-
what it would bring out. R. B. Taylor,
could not stand the strenuous work of men In their I employ who will sale Druggists, Toledo O. A. E. BURNETT
who was at the head of Chessahowitzka
twelve hours per day if he did not drinka tune your piano Right, and put it In Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally -
river the night of the killing and who
gallon of his own excellent coca-cola first class condition in every respect, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system. made maps of the houses, fences, etc., .
every day.Limeade. making repairs that be need-
any may
Testimonials sent free. in and around the scene of the killing,

ed. Their work is all guaranteed fully. Price, 75c.; per bottle. Sold by all was put on the stand and at 3 o'clockwas
from fresh limes, at Tay-
lor's. Patronize your home merchants. druggists. still testifying.

Hall's Family Pills are the best

This is the way an Oxford farmer' EDISON PHONOGRAPHSEdison
and trucker talked Sunday to the editor I
Cooter Pond picnic ground is lovely
of the Star: "We are having fine The Carmichael & Son Co. keep con- records, only 35 cents; large a ,
place several miles north of Morriston. .
weather and crops are looking well, stantly on hand, receiving a fresh sup- selection in stock. Can furnish any 'I
Everybody is invited with well filled
but because of physical ills my crops ply two days, delicious, Edison record in three or four days.
every pure baskets 24, and have -a
May a good, jolly
got a little behind, but now ,by hard Perpetual points will give sweeter mu-I j'
Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per I time. Several prominent speakers
work I've about caught up and a weak sic, more natural tone than any
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. i will address those assembled. The picnic -
more will see me even with the best of er. You can play Edison records three 1 1I
is given under the auspices of the
them. The people of the Oxford section thousand tlm?s. Call and hear and i
DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON Ladies' Aid Society of Morriston, who f
have had the biggest fight of their livesto { see for yourself A. E. Burnett Ocala, i
will serve refreshments. Remember the
keep the hay crop from maturingwith Fla.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated date, Wednesday, May 24.
truck crops. One discouragedtiller Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Mrs. B. George, President. I
of the soil, after working sixteen remedy, and on account of the great HERBINEWill I FOR RHEUMATISM,CUTS,SPRAINS,

hours a day for ten days, was in that merit and popularity of Foley's Honey overcome indigestion and dyspepsia -- I A SURE CURE WOUNDS OLD SORES, CORNS,BUJ-
Mr. Charles Miller, from Stand-
state of mind that inclined him to tear and Tar many imitations are offeredfor the bowels and liver near IONS,GALLS, BRUISES, CONTRACTED .
his fence down:: and let the hay crop the.genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey and; regulate cure ard, who is attending court, will probably -I, MUSCLES, LAME BACK STIFF JOINTS, FROSTED FEET,
kidney complaints.It !
lose his horse. He drove in I BURNS, SCALDS, ETC
and Tar and refuse any substitute offered yes- I
mature at any old time. So said the
is the best blood enricher and invigorator -
as no other preparation will give I terday and put the animal up at the ,I
irrepressible Jake P. Driggers, than
in the world. It is purely '
the same satisfaction. It is mildly lax- stable and this morning it was seized Inflammation
whom there is not a more perseveringor ative. It contains no opiates and is vegetable, perfectly harmless, and I with blind staggers, and had to be i

successful! farmer in all that Oxford safest for children and delicate per- should you be a sufferer from disease, hauled away, as it wa dangerous in I PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes -

territory. Four years ago he was work- sons. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. you will use it if you are wise. the barn. a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles natural

ing for another man by the day; now I R. N. Andrews, editor and manager I elasticity.

he owns several hundred acres of good LOST-A black and white male fox I Cocoa and Rockledge News, Rockledge,

land all paid for well stocked, good terrier, brown patch over one eye; had Fla., writes: "I have used your Her- A 225-pound citizen of Ft McCoy tookon I '

improvements, don't owe a dollar he on a broad leather collar with nickel bine in my family, and find it a most too much strong drink early this

can't pay at sight, and the promise of name place; answers to the name of excellent medicine. Its effects upon morning, went around to the fire station -

a crop that would make a cityite witha "Ton)'." Disappeared on the 20th of myself have been a marked benefit. and finding no one watching him, CURED OF PARALYSIS

$1500 salary look paler than April. A reward will be given for any released the two big fire horses, and
cheese made in the information leading to the return of Sold by alL druggists.The proceeded to make himself at home. 1 W. S. Bailey, P. O. True, Texas, writes: "My

milky way. I the dog. F. T. Schreiber.A I He was locked up and will be tried tomorrow wife had been suffering fire years with paralysis ia
I only complete stock of desksin I her arm, when I was persuaded to use Ballard'.

Gasolene engines, from two-horse big stock of handsome screens of the city. Roll top, in any size; flattop I Snow Liniment, which effected a complete cure. I
power up-the best and most economical : have also used it for old sores, frost bites and skin
all sizes and patterns, from two feet in any size; high, or bookkeeper's, The following distinguished citizens "
power In the world for a small en- eruptions. It does the work.
International to seven feet high, at Mclver & IacKa"s. several sizes; all styles ladies' desks and public servants of Polk county
gine. We are distributors for the -
and combination desks. Mclver &
Harvester Company's un- were in the city today, registered at the REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES

excelled gas and gasolene engines. Call MacKay. Montezuma Hotel: T. W. Keen, Lake-
THREE SIZES 25c 50c and $1.00
on us or write for particulars. The The Italian government is trying to I land; J. W. Marshall, Winter Haven, I : ,

Marlon Hardware Company.Jim save Anna Valentina from hanging. She HOUSE FOR RENT-Maj. T. C. and L. L. Atwater, Chicora. These men BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.

was to have been hung Friday, at I Hall's cottage in second ward, lately are county commissioners of Polk j ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.

Blair of Oklawaha took a no- Trenton, X. J., for murder, but the occupied by Mr. Martin. Apply at county, and are here to inspect our I i

tion severalfks ago to invade Cubs governor of New Jersey has granted a once. Emmett Robinson, Merchants' hard roads and how we build them. I

and go to work for M. E. Gillette, but respite.A block. I They are heartily welcome to anything
when he got to Tampa he was told they find around loose.

that the yellow flag was hoisted on the WORLD WIDE REPUTATION I

island, so he returned via St. Peters White's Cream Vermifuge has [MclvER & MAGK&Y MAN'S UNREASONABLENESSis

burg and Plant City, both of whicn achieved a world wide reputation as beIng often as great as voman's. But

places he found in a thriving state, but the best of all worm destroyers, !I Thos. S. Austin, manager of the Re- -4

on reflection concluded to return home and for its tonic influence on weak and FUNERAL DIRECTORS publican of Leavenworth, Ind., was not

and let well enough alone. unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the II unreasonable when he refused to allow
I the doctors to operate on his wife for
acidity or sourness of the stomach, improves -
UNDERTAKERSand female trouble. "Instead," he says, "we
The Ocala Music Company has Just
their digestion and assimilationof ,
received a large stock of pianos and I concluded to try Electric Bitters: My -
with Instrument food, strengthens their nervous sys- wife was then so sick she could hardly
can supply you any priced -
tem and restores them to the health leave her bed and five (5) physicianshad .'..' v.
you may desire. They are also : 9..v:7" ,
and elasticity of spirits naturalto failed her. After
receiving the famous Farrand organ, vigor EMBALMERS to relieve taking
childhood. Sold by all druggists. Electric Bitters she was perfectly cur-
the organ with a pipe tone. '
ed, and can now perform all her household THEVARIETY

'\". D. Graham, route agent for the Another massacre of Jews is reported Fine Caskets I duties." Guaranteed by the An- I

from Southwestern Russia. Twelve ti-Moncpoly Drugstore. Price, 50c.
Southern Express Company, is a busy I

man these days, going all over the were killed and fifty wounded in the and Burial RobesAll
The Japanese people are very angry
country looking after the shipments town of Zhitomir, government of Vol-
with France for allowing the Russian
hynia, Monday, which is the Russian STORE.
Work Done Licensed Em-
by fleet to use French harbors in the Far

Sunday. balmers and Full Guaranteed I East Threats of retaliation are made.
prescriptions are carefully i
I 'The Japanese are good fighters, but ,
compounded by registered pharmacists SON LOST MOTHER
and they had better wait until they get
if you bring them to us. Tydings

Company. "Consumption runs In our family, and MEAN LUMBER Co !I through with Russia before they tackle ....

through it I lost my mother" writesE. I France. r

Mrs: H. George president of the Ladies B. Reid of Harmony, Me. "For the

Aid Society of Morriston. will past five years, however, on the slightest THE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD

please accept the thanks of the editor sign of a Cough or Cold I have taken OCALA, FLA

I Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- The richest man in the world cannot
of the Star for an Invitation to be pre'-
sumption, which has saved me from serious have his kidneys replaced nor live with-
ent at the Cooter Pond picnic Wednesday Telephone Xo. 12/),
I lung trouble." His mother'sdeath out them, so it is important not to neg-
May 24, and to address the was a sad loss to Mr. Reid, but lect these organs. If Foley's Kidney CO.
gathering. If press of business will ) he learned that lung trouble must not Ceiling, Flooring and Siding,, I Cure is taken at the first sign of danger J. R. MARTIN

permit, it will be a pleasure to mingle I I be neglected, and how to cure it. The I the symptoms will disappear and

with the excellent people of that sec- quickest relief and cure for Coughs and your health will be restored, as it ,
Kiln Lumber
dried Dressed i
tion. I Colds. Price 50c. and $1. Guaranteedat ; strengthens and builds up these organs 4 j

the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Trial !as nothing else will. Oscar Bowman, i i

The Ocala News Company is open- bottles free. Every Size and Quality.A : Lebanon Ky., writes: "I have used Fo- '! GENERAL LIVERYMENI

ing up the largest and finest assort- ley's Kidney Cure and take great pleasure -
ment of glass miscellany ever seen in The best mattress on earth-the Os- Large Stock of Shingles., i in stating it cured me permanently ,

Ocala. The ladies are Invited to inspect termoor. Ocala Furniture Company. of kidney disease, which certainly
the goods. I -- - -- -- I j would have cost me my life. For sale
New Machinery.Lath I 1 i by the Postoffice Drugstore. I Carriages, Buggies and Traps

The A. C. L. freight depot is so full R. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK

of freight that it is almost impossibleto Brick and Building. j Washington Duke, the "Duke of Durham Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.

get about in it, or handle the FULLER & BL1LOCK I ," tobacco magnate, is dead.

freight. What is delaying the new depot -
? The business at this point demands by FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses

one.Spalding'a. Offices over Munroe & Chambliss Bank i REMEDY THE VERY BEST ,

Methods Up to Date. I

baseball guide books ot OCALA. FLA. !t."I have been using Chamberlain'sCough and Mules for Sale. Horses
and want it is
Remedy to
sale at the Postoffice Drugstore.Leon Terms CashJ. Business Growing Rapidly say
j,i the best" cough medicine I have ever Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.
taken says Geo. L. Chubb, a merchanti
Fishel blooming out as an artist Customer Pleased.
E. CHACE Every i of Harlem Mich. There is no question
in more than one. To music I
about its being the best, as it will curea
stereopticon operations and merchan- Rushed with Orders. \ cough or cold in less time than any J. R. MARTIN & CO.

dising he has added the touches of the DENTAL SURGEON other I treatment. It should always be

brush, as the front of the store will attest Office upstairs Commercial Bank !kept in the house ready for instant use I
Come to
I Buying.
-white and sky blue trimmings. Building. Ocala Florida I for a cold can be cured in much less Foley's Kidney Cure FOIjYC
1 time when promptly treated." For sale
Orders Solicited. [ 1 kit and Uadot riant sates tend Bladder
Refreshing ice cream at Taj'lor's.! TERMS CASH by the Postoffice Drugstore. py.trM ,acys Kidney Right





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