The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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10, Number 283. OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1905 Fifty Cents a Month,'$5 a Yea .



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FRESH ARRIVALSQUART OUR COUNTY PARLIAMENT I l Senate Resolved Resolution that the No.comptroller 39: of the Ozomulsion '

-- state be and be is hereby requested to i CURES

Official Report of the Proceedings for
inquire of the several counties and
BOTTLES MAPLE SYRUP 1 Coldt Congha. p,Broacbitu,Catarrb Sort Throat
May of the Board of County port without delay what effect upon Pneumonia and Cinsnnipuoa. A Nonrithuf Food
)tedxmatorth.TiredBotheraedth.P.l.,Ttua Child.
Boneless Herring and Shredded Codfishin CommissionersThe their financial condition the payment I I TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL
Writ by Letter or Postal Card to
Cans out of the convict fund of any f
board of county commissioners appropriation Oxofflulslos Co., 98 Fine St., New York
We have 122 pairs of Ladies'Slippers to be made by the present legislature i
ELBOW MACCARONI! .in and for :Marion county. Florida, met will have. ]

AND EGG NOODLES !I In regular session Monday, May 1. I' Worth $2 and $2.50.We Mr. Raney moved the adoption of J

Five Pound Tins No. 1 Mackerel i Present: H. W. Long, chairman, and the resolution, which was agreed to.
I Commissioners S. R. C. W. Tur- 1 The following statement of the finances -
Pyles.! will Close Them Out at>$ \ with reference to the funds of

ner, N. A. Fort and J. L. Edwards. .
the county, other than that of the "
AT THE Minutes of last meeting were read I Come and
and approved. a pair. Quick get a schoil fund, was handed to the board .c

by the clerk, which statement is as
TEAPOT GROCERY A petition was presented to the board Pair Before They are all gone. follows:

by Mr. Webb asking the board to open ,
Apr. 5, 1905, road warrants outstand- '''!
and maintain a public road upon a line ,<
ing, $18,673.S9; Apr. 29, 1905, paid, ;.
on section line running east and west
$4432.37. Balance, $14,241.52. I :,
between sections 23, 24, 25, 26, tp 14, r "
UNDERTAKER April 5, 1905, county proper warrants .
21, said road to be a continuation of THE W J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO. C.GROCERY
outstanding, $5677.40; April 29, 1905. .
section line road now open between
paid, $3599.95. Balance, $2077.45. -.
-A.'DEMBALMERS- sections 2, 3 and 26, and running due I
April 5, 1905 F.and F. warrants out-
east from this road along section line THE ONE PRICE HOUSE.
t standing, $1012.51; April 29, 1905, paid
to intersection of road running north
65545. Balance $353.06.
and south, commonly known as the
There is of F. and F. funds on hand a
Wire road. Which petition was laid I
I ing, and the following agreement.was and in consideration of his dischargeby cash balance of $750.
We have two Registered Un- over until next meeting of the board.
made: said board from the custody of the The board thereupon introduced and
Tom Sims appeared before the board
dertakers and Embalmers. and complained about Mr. Seymour's i! State of Florida, sheriff of Marion county, Florida the adopted unanimously the following resolution '

said Johns hereby covenants and agreesto :
work entrusted men cutting timber across the neigh- Marion County.
All to our borhood road, known as the Griner This agreement, made and entered and with the said board of county At a regular meeting of the board CLARK BROS. Proprietors

care will receive prompt and Farm road which matter was referredto into this the 1st day of May A. D. 1905, commissioners to pay to the county of of county commissioners held May 1, Phone 174
Marion said balance of $70, at the rate 1905, the following preamble and reso-
Commissioner Turner with power to by and between C. A. Johns of Waldo, -
skilled attention. All em- act Alachua county Florida, who was con- of not less than $5 per month until fully lution was,adopted:

paid, said monthly payments to be Whereas, It has come to the knowl-
balming fully guaranteed. A victed on the 23rd day of March, A. D.
Andrew Stevens, a colored man appeared 1905, for carrying concealed due and payable to the sheriff of Marion edge of this board that the legislatureof

splendid stock of Caskets and before the board asking help, and was thereupon sentenced weapons to serve county, Florida at his office in the Florida by resolution, has directedthe MoKEAN LUMBER Co

and presented to the board a letter court house on or before the 1st day comptroller to withhold from theseveral
Burial Robes carried at all ninety days in the county jail of Marion -
from Mr. F. M. Townsend, which sat-
counties of. this state the
I county, or pay a fine of $100 and of each and every month thereafter.In
times. isfied the board of the needy conditionof i costs, party of the first part, and the witness whereof the said partieshave amounts due the counties quarterly, accruing OCALA, FLA !

the said applicant. It was, upon seals from the hire of state convicts
'I board of county commissioners of Marion hereunto set their hands and

OCALA FURNITURE CO motion ordered: that the said Andrew county, Florida, parties of the sec- this, the 1st day of May A. D. 1905.B. and place same to the credit of amounts Telephone No. itf.

Stevens be admitted to the poor farm. ond part. E. Johns, due the pensioners of the state until

The board thereupon unanimously the of has been secured in.
Johns.In sum
C. A.
Phone No. 10. right No. 94. TVitnesseth, That whereas, the said and
passed the following resolution: from said amounts. Ceiling, Flooring Siding, '
the state of Florida
C.A. Johns has served on account of case of tile
Whereas, It has come to the knowledge Therefore, be it resolved, That we,
said conviction and sentence, thirty- versus F.V.. Barron in whIch the scrip Kiln
dried Dressed Lumber
of this board that a certain party j board of commissioners do ,
ForWATCHES as a county I
; last of the
three days in the county jail of said was withheld'at the meeting
whose duty it is to aid and assist
I county which being allowed as a credit board on account of complaints made I hereby enter our protest against the Size and
YEIHe person who, because of infirmities 8.1 aforesaid action of the legislature, on!Every Quality.
the board with reference to the
i against said fine of $100, leaves ,a before
And I age and disease, is unable to support the to-wit
I{: balance of $70, due from said Johns to jurisdiction of the justice of the peace, following grounds : I A Large Stock of
REPAIRSGO himself, is squandering the aid fur- i said i county. satisfactory explanations having been 1. That said action of the legisla-
nished by the county and others, and ture is facto and vIolative of a I
% And whereas the condition of the made that the trial \\IS. proper and expose
TO has no visible means of support and is I f I
I contract.
health of the mother of the said Johnsin correct and the cost should be paid, the New Machinery.
following vocation for a livelihood. I 2. That in the of
F. G. B. WEIHE the view of the said board of county I clerk was instructed to forward the preparation our ,
Therefore, be it resolved That the I budget and making our levy and assessment -
The commissioners makes it important and scrip to Justice Turnipseed. % Lath, Brick and Building.
Jeweler. judicial authorities take action to arraign -I I of taxes for Marion county,
i I necessary that he should be with his The clerk of the board having pre-
and have brought to justice this I I to of the
said mother, application has been sented to the board a certain circular necessary defray expenses

party for vagrancy.Mr. made to this board for some relief in letter which he had received from the I said county for the year 1905, the Undersold by No One.
W.C. BULL B. E. Johns appeared before the amounts due the county from the hire I
said matter on account of the circum- comptroller of the state of Florida with I
board with reference to his son. now 'of convicts for the 1903;;
year were considered Methods Date.
i Up to
stances above recited. reference to the introduction of a reso-
Contractor and on the hard road, asking for his re- assets.
.1' as
Xotherefore, in consideration of lution by Mr. Raney, which resolutionis I
lease. Action was deferred until three I 3. The financial statement of the I
Builder the release and discharge of the said as follows: Growing Rapidly.
o'clx-k this afternoon. several funds of the made
I Johns at this time from further serviceof By permission.Mr. county by
Upon motion it was ordered that a the clerk of the circuit court and audi-
Quick and Careful Estimates Made 1 I the said sentence of imprisonment Raney introduced the following: Every Customer Pleased.
Box 64 Ocala. Fla. committee be appointed by the chairto I tor of the board of county commissioners -

1 1I see some of the attorneys and find which are correct, show the Rushed with Orders.

I out who would be advisable for the withtholding of amounts due from the

BEAUTIFUL MILLINERY: board to employ as its counsel, Hon. R. hire of said convicts will materially

A. Burford having resigned the posi- embarrass the county in its financial Come to Us Before Buying.

tion. The chairman of the board appointed I AN IMPORTANT FACTOR obligations. The board having no Orders Solicited.

Commissioners Edwards and means to secure the deficiency incurred

Pyles to mak this investigation. I. I I thereby, other than that of a levy and I

The bond of Edward T. Jordan as inspector I.I I I assessment upon the real and personal ,

of marks and brands was presented property of :he county for the year '

r to the board and approved.The I We give careful, painstaking attention 1906, which could only be paid by the I'He & MioKiY

committee appointed by the issue of scrip or warrants upon our

chairman with reference to a legal adviser I to the minor details of our customers' empty treasury, which would place our

for the board, having returnedand I scrip in a position to be hawked upon
t\ reported that they had called upon I accounts. This is an impor- I the streets at a discount which would

Mr. William Rocker and had made avery be a deplorable condition, Marion coun-
satisfactory arrangement with him I'ty having kept its warrants at par
tant factor in the value
and moved for his appointment. Mr. since January 1, 1877.

Hocker was then duly elected by the Notary public bond of E. K. Nelson,
board as attorney for the ensuing of our services. I EMBALMERS
year.Mr. with B. W. Blount and R. S. Hall, sureties -

Jt11 I Long thereupon made his report I! I was approved.

P'IR i s- of the poor farm which is as follows: I Notary public bond of W. S. Allsopp, Fine Cashete

To the Board of County Commissioners I with George E. Snow and R. G. All-
All new and right up with the MUNROE & GHAMBLISS BANKERS

season. Many beautiful trimmed of Marion County, Fla.: 'I sopp, sureties, was approved. and Burial Robes

Gentlemen-I visited the poor farm f The board thereupon adjourned until -
April :29! and found everything in good tomorrow morning at 8:30 o'clock.
II All Work Embalmers
Done by Licensed -
FAMOUS GAGE HATS. A condition and moving on nicely. The

complete stock of Trimmings, oats are in good shape and will be har-I Tuesday May 2, 1905 and Full Guaranteed

Flowers, Ribbons, etc. vested this month. Corn has been I Board met pursuant to adjournment.

MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK ly worked and pindars planted. The All members present.A .
corn is extra good. Cane is in good 'I communication from Mr. Spooner MEN ONLYAre

condition, with a fair stand. Vegetables -E IU PENTIHE OPERDIOR Dttention I I was received and read to the board

Perfection generally are doing well. The I and the petition asking for the road Requested Not to Read This, As It .
Canopies pigs have had the run on the oats and referred to in said letter, was laid over
is Intended for the Ladies
are doing well. There is good standof
I until the next regular meeting of the
-- velvet beans, which were sown board.It Whose attention we invite to our peculiar

.-...,...,.' ...,- :.. ....... ... I broadcast and plowed under in the In- I appearing to the board that irreg- adaptability to progressive
..'I..:{.... :::-'. ,: .: .. ...: closed pine land which I predict will cabinet-making, and trust they will allow -
'' >\) .h udarities existed in the assessor'sbooks
,j ;:t s- .v. :' The Standard Naval Stores Company of Jacksonville us to furnish estimates on anything -'
v 'j.-- ;: : ', pay a larger percentage of clear !
prof-I '
motion it ordered that
J 'E: : : I' upon was j in carpentry needed In their
r \f. its on the money expended than anyother '
\ Commissioners' Pyles Fort and EdwarCs -
C1 homes.
,.t. Florida is now prepared to contract with independent
crop on the farm. The cars kill- ,
\\ c..aP't.. \ :. :?\ i j be: appointed a committee to investigate Nothing too small for us; nothing too
.$"';" \.\ : :$< ed extra milch | i
\ \, : -r; \ an good young cow a I i the said irregularities. large. -
-tt\- : ''''\ \ ':1.N producers and will flat Savannah prices for Rosin -
9 ': few days ago, for which the pay
." Our Art Noveau
.... .....':" ,V': uperin-I The petition heretofore presented to
$ :... I tendent has filed bill for
? :: a I
;. 4V : J the board asking for a hard road con- Combination Chests and Settees
:,if: *) and Spirits Turpentine delivered at either Jackson- I, ,
_l.. ri l "::: ,",, r field hand and cook have been super- necting the Shady Grove road via :Marti becoming universal favorites in Ocala;

.. .,..... "': "'I'1 "" '.J! ceded by white labor, which starts off I City with the Cotton Plant road was low in price, but high in efficient' use-
-1-.1Loi '" I ville
Fernandina. Free of
: ...
.'' : >; .. or storage insurance or com-
< nicely. ,
: *"'" :--";: ':.: '.. .y ;.;......Y"At / i taken up and after consideration the fulness. A postal will bring us.
-= : :;;;.,....--.;.. ; ;..7/ Hereto find an itemized statement of
--;. "'f I mission We also make liberal petition was refused. J. McNEALY & CO.,
'''' charges. are prepared to
for the month of April which
"PRING'-: ._ "'" expenses
SEE T' T' The petition of :Mr. H. L. Anderson, "The Ones That Don't Wait"No.
Jr FlCKicE has been reduced minimum
to a field : advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank asking for a reduction in the redemption 12, Fort King avenue.
Superintendent $35; hands
The best on earth for either iron or of lot 10, Bullock's sub of sees 19
$16.75: cooking, $8.50: washing and to 15, 22, referred to
wood beds or children's cribs. Most ironing, $5: Ocala Seed Store $8.55; cars-it will save you lots of money. For further in- er Edwards r was with power commission-I I Painting and Paperhanging

durable, sanitary and time saving. We A. G. Gates *0c.; Tydings & ('0., $2.SO; formation to The pension application of R C. '

are headquarters for everything in T. W. Smith & Co., 70c. Total $78.10. apply Gainey was approved by the board.

: By produce fold for cash. $5.20.To The board We do all kinds of Painting Paperhanging -
beds unanimously
of bed fittings, from the canopy thereupon
Dr. Blackiston's account $4. To- adopted the following resolution: and Upholstering.
to the springs. Our prices are always
tal, 7690.
Respectfully. At a regular meeting of the board of
right. H. W. Com. Let us bid on your vork. EveryJob
Long Charge.Mr.
county commissioners of Marion county -
BUVUL guaranteed V> be first cl&es.
: McIVER &. MacKAY Lucius road overseer for hard ,I Florida held at Ocala. Marion county -

pi_ _. rock roads made his report upon the Florida on the 1st and 2nd days of I KNIGHT & GILLETT

hard road built during the past monthas May, A. D. 1905, the following resolution I ,

follows: There has been built 1160 was read and adopted by sections Next to Chinese Laundry.

yards of hard road on the Ocala and Jacksonirille Fla. in the order appearing in said resolution -I .
Orange avenue road at a cost of $S33.56, and thereupon, upon motion duly

I and the Ocala and Blitchton road has i seconded, the said resolution was H R. HUNTER
been scraped at an expense of $39.50.It II i adopted as a whole by the unanimous
Milk and Creamare II I
appearing to the board that Mr. vote of the said board, all the members . .. .
among the greatest Lehman was receiving a pension from I being present and subscribing their r.-. GUN' .-.
the United States government and is I DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBAND names thereto:
of table delicacies. Theyare -and--
an inmate .of the poor farm. Commissioner j Resolution
I Or Father i
Brother ?
both and Fort was appointed a committeeof or
RICH( PURE I | Whereas, The facilities of our courthouse LOCKSMITHRepairing
one to confer with him in referenceto
are insufficient for the accommodation -
WHOLESOME if suppliedby the matter of his pension. I If so, let us show you how to cure them of the terrible curs of drink.
The matter deferred from this morn- APPLETINE never fails to cure, and the beauty of this i3. that the patient I of our citizens and our pub- a Specialty.FOIEYSKIDNEYCUKE.

I i never knows how he stopped the drink habit. Trial treatment and directions !Ilic officers, and are inadequate for the I
ing with reference to Mr. Johns who
sent postpaid on receipt of 25c. Full treatment S3. All coinmunscrtiois cu protection of the public records of Marion I
THE HERMITAGE DAIRY had been fined for carrying aconcealed I
fidentiai. I' county, therefore, be It resolved
weapon and sentenced to work upon the

GEO. B. TYLER, Proprietor. hard I GREAT NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. 1CS3 Gates
road came up foil a further hear- Avenue Brooklyn. N. Y. (Conclude on Fourth Page) Hakes Kidney and Bladder Right




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AND WESTA !' CAPITAL $$50,000.00 '

Testimony in the Thompson-Tillis Kill ,
Tornado Wipes an Oklahoma Town ing Case .. ', ; '.'-"'

Off the Map HERBERT A. FORD -: ,; ..r ':r
President. -1..:
Captain R. B. Taylor did not add
C. L and
Bittinger R. R. Carroll
Fort Worth. Tex May 11.-A torna- anything material to roe case, except GEO H. FORD, Vice President : "-:J.\'."..-, f'. .". ,
Proprietors and Publishers do struck!! Snyder, Okla. last night, F. WATSON, Cashier. / ,;" > >
the maps referred to. !
i wrecking the town and'killing 500 peo-
C. L BITTiNGER, ple. Thos. E. Goethe, a mill man of that;'

section, spoke of the topography of the |
Editor and General Manager Dynamite Causes a Railroad Horror in

'., Pennsylvania countl'Lee )Thompson. first cousin to the accused ,

R. R. CARROLL, Harrisburg, Pa., May 11.Passengertrain lives at the head of Chessa- .' NATIONAL BANK

City Editor and Business Manager No. 10, on the Pennsylvania RaU- howitzka, and who is a hunting and I' CENTREOF

road, ran off the track into two cars of fishing guide for parties told of his

MEREDITHFOLKSMarried dynamite early this morning, causingan having been notified by the defendantthat

he had killed J. M. Tillis that he .
explosion. It Is reported that 50 are ; OCALA.
killed and 100 wounded. went up with Tell Cato and met Thad T
on Monday. May 8, at the
Thompson, and remained in the yard ,
home of the bride, four miles from Ju- '. -
liette :Miss Janle HOW'S THIS? with other that night; said he thoughtthe -\
R. Folks to Mr. Frank
Meredith. The defendant said he had played the ANDERSON*.
bride is the charming
young daughter of "Uncle" Billy Folks, We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- devil, but wouldn't have done it for Directors : GEO, McKAY. ED HILLER.

one of the substantial citizens of Marion ward for any case of Catarrh that can- the world had: he known it was a white HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.

6 county. Dr. C. C. Carroll, pastorof not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. man; said they sent to Inverness for R. S. HALL.

F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. officers to make an inquest, but none
the First church of Ocala
Baptist ,
We the
undersigned, have known F.
came. Next morning the body that
performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be-
lay face down was turned ov- the
Meredith will reside in Dunnellon. ,
live him perfectly honorable In aU bus-
iness transactions and financially able gun, a hammerless, was held in his

DAVIS BROOKS to carry out any obligations made by death grip with two fingers on the HOUSE FURNISHINGS

their firm. trigger. The gun was discovered af-

The social world of :Montbrook was West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, terwards to be loaded with bird and
Toledo 0.Walding. ,
present last night at the marriage of buckshot.

Mr. Lindsay Davis to Miss Nettie Klanan & Marvin Whole- Tell Cato was the next witness. Had
sale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Our stock of Furniture and House
lived in that FurnishingGoods
Brooks. The contracting parties being Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- country 22 years, and his I
evidence was in substance the same as
social favorites, the attendancewas
nally, acting directly upon the blood
large. The groom is a promising and surfaces Lee Thompson's. He went to Inverness -
mucous of the system. is second to none in the State
young business man of the place, while Testimonials sent free. for an inquest officer.

his fair and winsome bride Is the Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Court was then adjourned until 8:30 .-

daughter of the father of the town of druggists. this morning. .
Montbrook. Mrs. S. H. Blitch and chil- Hall's Family Fills are the best. Willie Christie, who lived with the EVERY K.IHD OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MATNESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES,

dren of Blitchton were present. defendant, testified and his evidencewas TINGS, WINDOW SHADES LACE AND PORTIERt SADCLEC, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,

From the wording of the recent grand .
by the program committee of jury's presentment some have thought J. Shaw Thompson was then called, LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER LATHS,

the Seventh International Conferenceof that there were "irregularities" in the and his testimony elicited great inter- ::1 POTS; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANG- BRICK, SHINGLES, CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MACHINERY .
est. In substance he said: While he
Epworth Leagues to deliver an ad- tax collector's office. I am assured by ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES ETC.; HAR. OF ALL KINDS.
dress at a mothers' meeting at their had asked Captain Taylor to make the .
Mr. W. E. Allen the foreman of this
next conference in Denver. Colorado. maps, showing topography of place and
grand jury, that no reflections were intended -
She was also unanimously chosen by to be cast on ,the tax collector's I person, he had never examined the. Deep well drilling contracting and building of all kinds done
the state executive committee to treat I. same. Maps were made last January.The ,
work office in

the Social subjects Side of"Our the Juniors"Epworth and League"The," the public. And I presentment will take thfs givento opportunity Homosassa day of the to meet tragedy Mr.he Dutton had ,gone owner to r under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and esti-

to that the tax collector'soffice
at the state say of the hunting premises at the head of
League conference which
convenes in Madison next 1 as long as I have charge of it, the Chessahowitzka; came home at mates on anything you need. i
will always be open to the inspectionof
dusk; dtdn't Know J. M. Tillis; never
Mrs. Little is one of the most enthusi-
astic in the South any private or public citizen. heard of him: hadn't talked with hunt-
Epworth Leaguers ,
Very respectfully,
and is a weekly contributor to the Ep E. L. Carney, Tax Collector. ing party that night: brought back I MOIVER & MACKAY
from Homosassa a bundle for Lee
worth Era, the conference organ of the
Southern Nash Thompson ;from there he went straight
League, published at MAN'S UNREASONABLENESSis : I
vine Tenn. home had supper with wife, little girl '
often as great as woman's. But I < CAL-A F"L-ORIOA
= =
I I and Will Christie: heard dogs bark; ?
Thos. S. Austin, manager of the RepUblican I
went out: it was a clear moonlight
Mr. Robert Allen Burford, a naval of Leavenworth Ind., was not I

cadet at Annapolis, in writing to his unreasonable when he refused to allow I I night; saw min in horse lot and. demanded -

parents gives a glowing account of the the doctors to operate on his wife for his name and business, whichhe to the same fact, he having known*Til-

high handed athletics they are perpe- female trouble. "Instead," he says, "we repeated several times; man replied lis for six years. J. D. Moon was also HAPW1RL

trating on their opponents. In their concluded to try Electric Bitters. My that it was none of his (Thompson's) called by the state and his evidencewas

running and jumping contests with the wifeVas then so sick she could hardly business, but he would not molest the the same as to Tillis' character.

students of LaFayette: College, Easton, leave her bed and five (5) physicianshad stock. When he could get no other Juror Savage asked J. Shaw Thompson -
failed to relieve her. After taking We sell nothing but Hardware and its accompanying lines, but we do sell
Pa., the naval cadet boys beat the LaFayette reply he insisted on knowing some- whether his dogs were Inside his
Electric Bitters she was perfectly cur- that. We bought right, in large quantities, usually In carload, factory 'ship
thing of the and his
man business and stock lot.
boys so badly it grieved the
ed, and can now perform all her house- ment lots, and we are selling at retail more Hardware, better and cheaper
sent in the house for his and said Mr. Price, another wanted to
cadets to take the money. In the con- hold duties. Guaranteed by the An- gun juror Hardware than any house in Central Florida.
test in a shell race with the Tales, the ti-Moncpoly Drugstore. Price 50c he would shoot. The man told him to know if Tillis was afraid of the dogs.

latter felt so confident they bet $200 shoot and stepped up beside an oak I' This closed all evidence and'Ed W.

they could beat the cadets, but the latter FOR SALEOur tree in the horse lot. Thompson shot Davis began his argument for the, WE ARE THE PEOPLE'S FRIENDS

believing in their crew, coveredthe with the fatal result. Then sent Lee state, to be closed by Colonel Palmer.
We know what they need; we alw ays ,have it and sell it at a living profit
money, and in true sportsman style Thompson word of the act and asked Colonel Lloyd will open for the de-I
business is offered for sale. We only. Some of our many specialties are Paints, Sun Proof and DeVbes
and to aggravate their contestantswent him to come up. Denied paying when fense and R. L. Anderson will close.
I them Oils and Varnishes, Leads, Glass and Putty. Wire and Field
will sell the entire business at a big among ,
them several hundred better and these parties came that "hell had broke It will be, 6 o'clock at least before the '
bargain, or if not sold in this the Fencing of all kinds. Stoves and Ran ges, several of the best makes. Water
won out by a length and a half. Robert way, loose on the hill tonight; said he was arguments ,are closed and the judge
Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, etc.
also secured the silver medal for pole stock will be sold out at cost. The mil- not a profan man did not swear. charges the jury.A .

vaulting. lIe is growing in brain as linery stock is new and seasonable, When asked if he spoke in a boastful Give us your business WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.

well as brawn. and is all salable, desirable goods. The voice of the shooting he said that he WORLD WIDE REPUTATIONWhite's

business will pay good returns on the did not, but expressed regret at what Cream Vermifuge has T. W. SMITH & CO.
he had done. Thompson showed
Traveling men who visit Ocala should investment to anyone who will give it great achieved a world wide reputation as being ,

I know that if they stop at the Monte- i. their personal attention, which we are feeling at this juncture and his eyes:; I the best of all worm destroyers, --,
zuma Hotel they can get breakfast at filled with tears; said when he shot
and for its tonic influence on weak and
unable to do.
6 a. m., by ordering the night before, he didn't know the color of the man; :
unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the I'
and that they can be called at any hour THE E. K. NELSON MILLINERY! CO. said when Tillis turned he had his gun 4.vriG
acidity or sourness of the stomach, Improves -
of the night. Clerk always on duty. in his hand and as he stepped up to
their digestion and assimilation
A POSITIVE NECESSITY the tree he pointed the gun at him and I
of food their
strengthens nervous system ,
Mr. E.1.. Howard has established he felt that his time had come as he '
and restores them to the health, '
the. new 8000 pound mangle at the Having to lay upon my bed for 14da.s (Thompson) was out in plain open; I 1' r t
vigor and elasticity of spirits naturalto
Ocala steam laundry. This is one of from a severely bruised leg I I was afraid of the man, feared he would
childhood. Sold by all druggists.
the largest, if not the largest manglesin only found relief when I used a bottleof shoot him, and when he fired said he Ice lea Parlor

Florida, and is for ironing table and Ballard's Snow Liniment. I can did not go near the dead man until WEST FLORIDA I

bed linen only. It is one of the latest cheerfully recommend it as the best next mornin. but saw other parties l

improved machines.A medicine for bruises ever sent to the take the dead man and put his body in SEABOARD AIR LINE I AND

afflicted. It has now become a posi- a wagon; saw the gun in Tillis' hand;; ANNUAL EXCURSION 1

big stock of handsome screens of tive necessity upon myself. gun was cocked and Tillis' finger on.. I i

all sizes and patterns from two feet Dr. R. B'rnesJerchant, Doversville, trigger when his body was turned over; I Tickets will be on sale for train leaving RESTAURANTWe L

to seven feet high, at Mclver & Mac- Tex.Price saw Lee Thompson remove Tillis' hands Ocala night of May 18, limited seven I

Kay's.Mr. 23c.; 50c. and $I, Sold by all from gun.Attorney. days in addition to date of sale as I

druggists. Palmer, for the state, madea follows: I i
claim to something new fresh and
and Mrs. J. P. Campbell and lit- searching cross examination and attempted Lake City, $3.25; Live Oak $3.50; I give you ,

tle daughter are in Jacksonville for a CREAMERY BUTTER to show discrepancy between Madison, $4; lonti ello, $4.50; Tallahassee -I good every day. Three kinds of Ice Cream every day.

visit. Mr. C. is the state agent for the 25 CENTS A PCUND (I testimony given! at preliminary hearingat $4.50Quincy; $5; River June- !!Always changing, and always new.

Blakeslee gas and gasolene engines, The Carmichael & Son Co. keep con- Inverness and what he said today. tion. $5; Bainbridge, Ga., $6; Carra-

which are becoming so popular with stantly on hand, receiving a fresh sup- He denied some things contained in belle, Fla., $6; Apalachicola, $6. Cold Drinks of all Kinds

our truckers and stockmen in supplying that preliminary testimony and at request -
ply every two days, delicious, pure.
water to growing crops and stock. of his counsel Colonel Lloyd, he DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON
Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per refused to sign the same, over which i and Fine Fruits and Candies.The .

Gasolene engines, from two-horse pound, kept on Ice. Phone No. 37. there was some keen sparring by the 1 Foley & Co., Chicago, originated "
up-the best and mist economical Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
power opposing attorneys. RESTAURANT is the best in town. Sanitary
power in the world for a small en- THE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLDThe remedy, and on account of the great
gine. We are distributors for the International George W. Kendall of the Annutta- merit and popularity of Foley's Honey I kitchen, and the best of foods skillfully prepared. Meals

Harvester Company's unexcelled richest man in the world cannot lagga before Hammock dinner. was the last witness and the Tar many imitations are offeredfor and lunches from 6 a. m., to \2 p. m., Sunday included.
gas and gasolene engines. Call have his kidneys replaced nor live with- genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey i

on us or write for particulars. The out them so it is important not to neg- Afternoon and Tar and refuse any substitute offered j COME AND SEE US..y
Marion Hardware Company.The lect these If as no other preparation will give |
organs. Foley's Kidney State called Savery and Ernest I'
Cure is taken at the first sign of danger Payne. The latter was the the same satisfaction. It is mildly lax- i

Baptist Sunday school picnic ; the symptoms will disappear and at the stenograPh-1 ative. It contains no opiates and is STALBERG
er preliminary
will be held at Lochloosa May 23. Mrs. your health will be restored, as it safest for children and delicate per- !H. Proprietor.HATS .
ness, and produced some protests about sons. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.
R. E. Brigance and Baxter Cam return- strengthens and builds up these organsas
correctness of the same, also evidenceof : ,
ed today from an inspection of the nothing else will. Oscar Bowman,
Lebanon, Ky., writes: "I have used Fo John Simple. now dead. WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! i
grounds and pronounced them fine. Also
ley's Kidney Cure and take great pleasure Payne was recalled and questioned Now, In the summer, when all other I
that Mr. Shaw of Lochloosa
Henry in stating it cured me permanently about the character of the dead man. wood yards have shut down, OFFto

promised the picnickers 2000 pounds of l of kidney disease, which certainly Tillis. This provoked a protest from ber that you can get wood at remem-j I

fish. Let's all go. would have cost me life." For sale through the summer by phoning No.
I my the defendant's counsel, as the ques- j the superb line of vehicles now on o
by the Postoffice Drugstore.The tion of 126, delivered to any part of the city. I -R /
character bad
good or la salesrooms! Everything ,
display our
The Ocala Music Company has just McKean Lumber Company. car
had not been questioned or attacked. I
received a large stock of pianos and Ocala News Company is open- that modern ingenuity has devised for

can uply0'.1 with any priced instrument ing up the largest and finest assort- The judge finally admitted, the I Spalding's baseball guide books OBJ i comfort, for style, for beauty, goes into

you may desire. They are also ment of glass miscellany ever seen in question, and the character of Tillis sale at the Postoffice Drugstore.I I J these
i, I carriages, stanhopes, surreys '
receiving the famous Farrand organ, Ocala. The ladies are Invited to inspect was said to be good as a quiet and = - -- -.---- -- 1
runabouts, drays, harnes sand lap '
the organ with a pipe tone. the goods. peaceful citizen.
A. C. Johnson of Inverness testified a robes. Manufacturers have things ,' T '

Your prescriptions are carefully: The best mutress on earth-the Os- Miss some of the sweet thingsin down so fine these days that prices are } l
compounded by registered pharmacistsIf termoor. Ocala Furniture Company.R. I 0
II I rLadies life Out don't miss away down. :May we show you the latest ,
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you bring them to us. Tydings and
The Stock of i I
Company. Largest I the pleasures of a box oft ?
Postmaster 'rom received yesterdaya I I I: S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

fine office desk from Mclver & Mac- FULLER & BLALOCK !: I
Kay II I
I II t
WalkingI I
Charles Phillips, the builder, is put- Offices over Munroe & Chambliss Bank I

ting a second story on T. W. Smith's I i LJJMBSRROUGH
house making four large rooms. Hats :
Terms CashJ. ,

Limeade from fresh limes, at TayIor' in Ocala i I I II II

Charley Haycraft Fellowship republican I : I or Phone
DENTAL SURGEONOffice The Boston II !
philosopher, was in town to- Store t W. Troxler,

day. upstairs, Commercial Bank I # B. H. SEYMOUR
I I Agent,
Building Ocala Florida

sale Spalding'a at the Postoffice baseball books OE TERMS CASH 1 Come and See Them l OCAL.FL.\. PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla.




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(Continued from first page.) Via the Louisville and Nashville Railroad

by the board of county commissionersof BUY THE
The following low round trip rates
,. <... ow.. '! I.'. :Marion county, Florida in regular
from Jacksonville to various points
,. session assembled at Ocala, Florida,
q 4t$ 4 t
North and West will be in effect on
this 2nd day of :May A. D. 1905,
dates shown. Proportionately low-
Section 1. That it is expedient to Issue -

F bonds of the said county to the rates from other points.
c 1, m :' LOUISVILLE KY. Rate, $16.40. Ac-
'tit MAN
I j!!amount of 159,000, payable in annual I count United Confederate Veterans'

installments of $5000 each, beginning
Reunion, June 12-13. inc, with final
eleven years from date thereof and end-
limit July 10.
ing twenty years from date hereof with
PORTLAND, OREGON. Rate $85.35.
interest upon all of said bonds from
Account Louis and Clark CentennialFair.
date thereof at the rate of 4 per cent.
Tickets sold certain dates :May
c per annum, payable annually, both Interest -
L i 23 to September 28, with final limit
and principal payable at Ocala,
return 90 days.
Sec. 2. That it is hereby deemed
LES. Rate S2.90. Tickets sold
expedient to issue said bonds in said cer-
tain dates, April 10 to August 14,
,: amounts for the purpose of erecting a
inc., final return limit 90 days from
I I court house for said county of :Marion
date of sale, not to exceed November
: at Ocala Florida and it is hereby de-

I l termined to issue said bonds for said 30.
1 purposes. DENVER COLO. Rate $42.65. Ac- TO SUIT THE PIKER

I count International Epworth League
Sec. 3. An election is appointed to

LEASED FOR TEN YEARS. be held by th;! legally qualified votersof Convention. Tickets sold June 29 to
July 30, inc., final return limit August
said county on Thursday, the 6th 8. We are now prepared to do tuning and

The Best Year Round Hotel at $2.00 day of July, A. D. 1905 at the several
BUFFALO N. Y. Rate, $32.60. Account
voting places in Marion county where repairing on short notice.
annual meeting Grand Lodge B. P. O.
PER DAY IN FLORIDA. the last general election was held; that
E. Tickets sold 8 to 10 Inc.
July ,
such election shall be so held to deter-
and Clean Well Furnished Rooms with final limit
Up-to-date mine by majority of the legally quali- July

tit., and Plenty to Eat. fied voters of said county ,voting at TORONTO Account CANADA.International Rate Epworth, $85.20. OCALA MUSIC COIF

such election whether said bands shall

COL. V. J. SHIPMAN Proprietor. be issued by this board, and that the League Convention. Tickets sold .

I form of ballot shall be: June 10 to 23, inc., final return limit

August 25.NASHVILLE. -
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TENN. Rate, $18.25.

School: Vanderbilt Biblical Insti-

HARDWARE! Sec. 4. Notice is hereby given of tute. Tickets sold certain dates June

the holding of an election in :Marion 11, July 4, final limit September 30.

county, Florida, on the 6th day of July. KNOXVILLE, TENN. Rate, $18.25.:! UNCLE SHUTSPAWNSHOP.

A. D. 1905 pursuant to the provisionsof
; w B B BBIHBBMIaVB KB K M V Account Summer School of the South. b

section 3 of this resolution. Tickets sold certain dates, June 18 to
We a full and complete line of
Sec. 5. That this resolution be
published July 15, inc., final return limit Sep-

''II orce a week for a period of thirty I tember 30.BRISTOL .

: HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS days in the several newspapers pub- TENN. Rate $16.35. Ac- ,- .

lished in Marion county, Florida. count annual meeting German Bap-' < II

'> Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of (Signed)-H. W. Long Chairman; tist Brethren. Tickets sold May 29 "u l/!I JJ ii( You the mist

N. A. Fort C. W. Turner, S. R. Pyles to 31, inc., final return limit June 30. 1 i: can get
WIRE FENCING 1! I1l"/ liberal loans on
Jno. L. Edwards, County Commission For full information schedules and your

-. ers. rates to any point North or West, call /1/ Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Q ;) ;

PHOSPHATE, TURPENTINE and Attest: S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk. on or write George E. Herring, Fla. ill i'w'/ Furniture, Tools and all

M Be it resolved by the board of coun- I I Pass. Agt. L. & N. R. R., 206 W. Bay $ :__ :. Kinds of Personal Property.
ty commissioners of :Marion county, I I I St., Jacksonville Fla. ..o -
Florida, that E. L. Carney, tax collector moo

Sash Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds be and he is hereby requestedto A DISASThcua;: UAiHivilTY M. Rubin All Business Strictly Co fidentJal.

be in his office from the hours of2p.m.
It is a disastrous calamity when you Proprietor. I4 North Magnolia St.
9 to 1 and from .
a. m. p. m.
I lost health, because
your indigestionand
This is the Tool !ito I 6p. m., on each day, Sundays excepted constipation have sapped it away. OCALA, FLORIDA.

,t I for twenty days immediately Prompt relief can be had in Dr. King's

j I preceding the second Saturday in June, New Life Pills. They build up your digestive -

!p -FURt 11905, the same being the 10th day of I II organs and cure headache,

4 I(June 1905 that he receive all poll tax I dizziness, colic constipation etc. Guar-
tendered I II (I anteed at the Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore EUREKALOLITCHECZEMA
Fall I es properly to him and give
k Spring'Crops 1! ; 25c.SUNDAY. ,
receipts therefor; that he.make a list of
'\ I those who pay: their poll taxes prior to ( BASEBALL

I the said second Saturday in June and CURED
We will fce pleased!alphabetical-ly 1 i I _

Tallahassee, May 11.-Dorman's Sunday -
to see you at a second Saturday in June he make a I
I but for
Not that will specific
t baseball bill passed the House yesterday something cure everything, a prescribed over
certified list in duplicate of all
times.HARDWARE. persons after Buckman and Owen had thirty years by Doctor Burgess one of London's most celebrated skin special- .
I who have pail their poll taxes for the *
I fought in vain to secure the adoption Is ts.
: two years next preceding the year
of amendments exempting cities of ten
MJ\RI0N : CO 1903; prior to the said second Saturday The Eurekalol Eczema Cure is the famous remedy guarantee, to quickly
I thousand etc. Blanton's amendment,
in June, 1905, and that he give one relieve. and permanently cure any dise ase of the skin or scalp. It is purely
SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD &. MacDUFF. I including bowling alleys was adopted. ,
of said lists EO completed to the supervisor I antiseptic and germicidaL We have thousands testimonials to prove the

of registration of the countyof f true virtue of its positive cure. .
A congressional memorial was introduced -
Marion, and that he send the other I asking that the new battleship Don't waste your time and money on "cure-alls." They absolutely do no-

list to the comptroller of the state of I good.
; I be named "Florida." The bill creatingthe
I Florida; all of which is to be done as Write to us at once lot our famous Eurekalol Eczema Cure.' It will tell
new county of St. Lucie from Bre-
Florida East Coast required by law. tr3 story that is more convincing than pages of argument. Price postpaid
Railway. I vard passed the House. The House
It was recommended by the board 60c. and $1.00.
concurrent resolution providing for a
that the comptroller be requested to allow Don't suffer from thosw torturesome Piles. One application of the famous

local the redemption of certificate 82, survey of the Everglades was certifiedto Eurekalol Pile Cure will give immediate relief Proce, postpaid, 60 cents.

Time Card No. 6?. In Effect April 171905. sale of August, 1S99 certificate 64, sale the Senate. The bill for the board of .".... .

accountancy passed third reading.In THE EUREKALOL REMEDY CO., 1137 BERGEN ST. :PROOKLYN, N. Y
of August, 1900, and certificate 55, sale
SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND-READ the Senate the mechanics' lien bill .
UP. .
of July, 1901 at the face value of certif-
was defeated. Gillen's bill defining the
I '' icates and omitted years' taxes with-
No 99 No. 29Daily': STATIONS No.78.I No. 98 out interest. grades of instruction in public schools THE COLORED PEOPLE'S John B. Brown has had charge. From

I 0111,. i' Dally. Daily.850a. I passed. Stockton's bill requiring the the report we can plainly see that St.James' .
f --I _. J It was recommended by the board
GOO p 9 40aLv948a, _._._.Jacksonville.__ Ar 100 P to publication of county commissioners' DEPARTMENTRev. Mission is moving onward andupward.
be requested
b 07 p ,-. _...Io. Jacksonville_...._ LT 652p 8 42 a that the comptroller budgets also passed."I All people have a standing-
615PID5541! __.>_8t. Augustine __: ?:.". 5 50p 740at49a I allow H. A. Fausett to redeem the outstanding i .:. E. A. Keeler Editor. welcome at our services. We have lectures -
.. .
53pill Ma
?? ..?..._.Hastlngs__. 'SSp
110 pill"*4.. .. .........__East Palatka. .....__ .. S4p 8 28 a certificates against the e% THANK THE LORD" every Friday evening on the "Articles -
I of e of lot 10, E. G. Smith's add
3Spl215pAr45p+ '; ...._..__..Palatka.._..._ LT 410p500p 6 00 a cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock !Irs. L. B. Bluitt is temporarily bet- of Religion. All are very inter-
G UaSa-Lv ..__..._ ... ... _. _... Ocala. and lots e 1-3 of lots 49 and 50,
00o _! : ..rllat a .Ar G 55 a _-.... Ark., "for the relief I got from Buck- ter today. We hope her early recov- 'esting.
.v Agnew'sest End add, Ocala, at the
8 Sip' P,;.....Sin Mateo--...... Lv : lop ....-- face of certificates and omitted "ears'taxes. len's Arnica Salve. It cured my fear- ery. .L. Green the tonsorial artist and
a 2 10 pi I BOOaJLv! ..?...........-San Mateo_.._.._ Ar 835p 7 50a 03n ) ful running sores, which nothing else lightning shaver. My razors shave soft
without Interest.It heal from which I had suf- One of the finest prescription depart-
would and
1 5 sop'wsapJLv: ?._-__.\eoga_.._..._ Lv 35p 55Oa ::: and sweet and my hair-cutting Is the
... 8 03 p.12 47 p ......__BUDl.t.lJ.I_.___ "' 13 44 pi, 5 36 a R., was recommended by the board fered for five years." It is a marvelous ments in town is at the New D/ug- best. I have two of the finest chairs

\ 4 SlOpUUp: :I _...._..____DuI..nL_..._.._ .. 3 :37 ii,' 5 29 a r+ that the comptroller allow the redemp- healer for cuts, turns and wounds. store. that turn every way. Razors died In all
c Slip 1 !< _._._Orn.end_._._ 310p 459a .
0. 8 5. 1 19 ..__._Daytona..?,???._ ,. 3 00 I' 4 47 a tion of certificates against ne% of ne& Guaranteed at the Anti-Monopoly 'Call at Gunn and Holland's, city stales.; Call and: be convinced. West
-4 t IIi J' 151 PI" .... ......_Port Orange....._..?._ .. 2 50 p. 4 35 It W r I hex 700 ft n and s by 630 ft e and w in Drugstore; 25c. Give Broadway next to A. Smith.
9 20S P 215 .__.New Smyrna.....??_ 2 30 p 4 13 a market, for choice meats, etc.
r1 ne cor and 420 ft e and w by 210 ft n
--I. them a trial Elder O. N. Whetsell, missionary;pI
.r 10 21 44 Ar ........._ _.. U 43 6 10 Mr. Roosevelt at Omaha, on his way
r a\3\ p' Lake Helen Lv, p p Q and s in sw cor of sec 31 tp 16, r 23 of the Seventh Day Advent
co: 1039 a 355p i .._Orange City.._..__ !n 351', 5 i.4 I' ., home, reiterated his statement that he 'For choice groceries fruits candlp.s.etc. evangelist
... 10 45 a\ 400p ,. ......Orange City Juncti..u..._ .. ,',1230 I', 5 4. 1' at the face value of certificates and would not be a candidate for the pres- call at Mention's grocery, two church continues to hold quite an Interesting -
L --I!- ---- --!-- O omitted years' taxes without interest.It .
: market Goods
doors below the city series under
t;:. 9 35 |. 2 W p Lv.... ........New S-m"rna. __.... Lv 2 M 1i 03: a P idency in 1908. meetings canvass -
OOOp 2 Sip ....._.._......Oak Hill..._...._ .. 1 54 p 3 39 a ., was recommended by the board delivered to any part of the city. in West Broadway. Everybody Is
rS: 039p00a 330 Ar ._..._._.. 1 3 OJ a
P TitusviHe 161 en that the comptroller allow the redemption WARNINGYou Uncle Sam will jail you for 2-cent invited, especially the ministers irres-
--, -
o ;! ........._ Ar..._....._.Sanfufrt_._....._..Lv i:lOOOa'lOOOa' 0 of certificates against lot 7, Rear- stamp. What about that dime you owe pective of denomination to hear his
en _10 00 a.Lv .................. tiantord.........?....._ Ar -._-;I 9 uj r. :: don's Revised Due West lots at the cannot' have good health unless the Star which is five times more? clear exposition if the Holy Scriptures.He .
a.. --' -- your kidneys are sound, for the kidneys
d 039p SSOpLv. ...._.._?_ Titu"t"Ul-....- Lv, 1 '5p'' SOOa -1 face value of certificates and omitted filter the blood of impurities which When you are in need of first class is ably assisted by his wife especially -
11 11 P 409p .._.._....Coei a._..._..._ .. 112H p., 21J: a taxes, without interest.
U 122p. 413 P: ?___ _R-.ckle.lge?_..._ |11230 p 2 16 a 1 3 i years otherwise act as irritating poisons and beef pork fish and vegetables call at in the singing
153 p 4 Up" ....?._..._Eau Gal.w_._..._ ...... .. ', a) 141 a The following justices of the peace break down the delicate organs of the W. M. Wolfs stall, No. 7, city market and The
l: 12 05 a 454P _......JI lbuum _.., __._. .. 11 4sa*. 1 -j&a 3rO I reported no fines imposed in their serious trouble. If All orders filled. 'The Magnolia Restaurant
C 12 51 a 5 37 P .. .........._._Srba4tian_ .?. .. !ill II'a. 12 H a (A body and cause promptly Cream Parlor is now open night and
I_ 139 a 629p, _.._..__.I't. Luete..._...._. ? ;ilOlia HOum courts: W. TV. Jackson, C. R. Veal I.W. you have kidney or bladder trouble and The Odd Fellows of Bellevlew will day for the public. Meals and lunches
C. 155 a 64Sp .. ._............_\.rt I'it-l'\: _..___ .. ,,10 too all 531' Boring G. M. Richard, C. C. Priest, do not use Foley's Kidney Cure, you
celebrate their Thanksgiving Day on served to order.! Ice cream and cake a
O 2 Ida 'I tIS I' _... ..._ 9 30 all ::2 p '0 I for
0 2 23a 'I12p ._......_.... Tlhtoal"I I 92 a111: 'i p J. O. Turnipseed. I will have only yourself to blame the: third Sunday. All Odd Fellows are specialty Give us a trial. Jesse Mc-
2 2S 111 P, ............__._3'.00_..__ .. I, 9 .1 a 11 ].3i. e r 3 i The fines results! as it positively cures all formsof Duffy, proprietor.A. .
following justices reported
en J :39 al 'I :8p+ ....._......_.....Stust t_..._._ I 1\11 a'':11 04 p kidney and bladder diseases.Soldby Invited. J. J. Cobb, general manager.
3 0< T 56 p ,. _. __.._. Hete e>llnd...__... (I" 4 j a'10.16' p 3D. imposed in their courts as follows: R. C. C. has first W. Walker the world champion.
.p.I 337a 8 Up" _..._. ....W..Ju..u..r. ._._ "' : 8 :2t a .0 191' the Postoffice Drugstore. Mrs.: Curry opened a. his keen
? Bullock $5 0. "a d. J548 M. H. shaver and hair cutter. Try
U 4 04 al 8 51 p1' ....__W."C Palm Baach_ ._ 7 43 a1 94% t'1 : ; ; class dress making fitting and cutting
W 43>a 913p443a _.._......_.B..yaton_.._._._ I 1720a' 9 18 I' Rou. $25; E. S. Smith $5; J. M. Barks- I Miss Rosa Alexander who the Tampa i business. Work done in the latest and razors, hair clippers and scissors and
'= 923p __..._ D.-Iray_ ... |1'l10a'18P. be convinced of his superior skill Razors -
MQ. 5 3i a,10l1'' P, .. _...........Ft.Landenlale.Ear ? _..?..__ 6 B Iii'! 8 151 I dale $50; Alex. Wynne $1; T. 1. John- t papers report having married ex- I best styles. Residence, one block north honed and concaved in all styles.

W 5 46 a'10 SO p. *. _.?.............. la_..?....._._ .. |16 10 a! H 061 son. $2.The: Detective Ann, is at the home of her uf county JaiLJ. i
5 58 a.10 41 p'' ....._...._.._11 il.anJile: : _.__. .. 5 58 a 7 54 1' Call at No. 115. N. :Magnolia street,
6 2'a;1107 pi.! _............. Lemon City.._?,._._ I 5 34 a 7 29 It] board thereupon adjourned. grandmother in Jacksonville. The mar- J. Cobb has been appointed as next S. A. I*
"&illlip.Ar ........ __._MUml__? ? Lv.525a: T 201'] H. W. Long, Chairman.S. riage did not take place. district deputy of St. Joseph's Aid Society -
Call at the Peterson Restaurant opposite
1-- I T. Sistrunk, Clerk. with full of the office.
Dally 1 +i Daily I powers the city market for meals

San.Ex. I HOMESTEAD EXTENSION I'I Sun.Ex. READ THIS : Call on ir write him at Dunnellon Fla. lunches and lodging at special rates by

1 t WHY SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISMWhy Box 117. the day or week. Satisfaction guaran

6 45 a ..??,,.lLv 'r __ '' SWp Flu- teed. A small boy wanted to sell
:Mrs. Alice
suffer when "Old Reliable
from rheumatism The ,
8 00 al.._, Ar .___Hvwf'et &d.._..._..._ Lv ____.--' 3 45 p) I Greenfield, Tenn. March 30, 190L lunches at trains. Mrs. Easter Peter
one application of Chamberlain's Pain
I itt, has opened a first class restauranttwo
Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis. :Mo.-Dear '
son, proprietress. ,
I Balm will relieve the pain? The quick
... 23'NII.' 21'No. 19 Nil. 17 No. IS doors below the city market. Xc
,0No. SO No. 2t No. 24 1 relief which this liniment affords makes Sir: :My mother is sixty-four years old
Dally Sunday Sunday Sunday Dally MAYPORT BRANCH. !|No.18Sunday Sunday. Daily One of the most exciting baseball
Ei San Only ) Only i i Only. Ex Sun, j Daily. Oily.: Oniy Ex Sun rest and sleep possible and that alone I I and has suffered for twenty-five years Choice meals and lunches at living games of the season was played yesterday -

---- -- is worth many times its cost. Many with kidney trouble, ana one-third of a rates. Give her a call and be
COOp 6 45 pI2! 00 p 9 SO a 9 00 a'Lv' ........Jacksonville_. Ar 8 30 a IJU) n 5 43 p 5- : convlnCed.j on the Driving Park diamond between -
608p40p 6 Sip 808p, 9 :33 a 90t!A Ar _S. Jad;; o\"ille..._. Lv 8 22 a II 8:a :> i7 p 5 07 p who have used it hoping only for a i( bottle cf your Texas Wonder. Hall'sGreat Open until 10 o'clock each I the Ocala team and the picked
i '124 P 260 P 1010& 9S9a: ,. ._PI\Mo B -ach..._.. .' : 'T50all 'JOa 5 05 P 4 as p short relief have been happily surpris- Discovery, has cured her, and 1
A &S P t ) !; Atlantic BeacbMayport _..._ i| 7 45a 11 13 a SOOp 4 30p ed to find that after awhile the relief I can fully recommend it to the public We cannot publish any matter where hired team of Dunnellon. The latter
TOOp_ 74Sp300p1030a1Ju0s'' ..._._ ......... 730all jOa44ip415pPEMNSII1R
? team had at Its command some of the
became permanent. Mrs. V. H. Leg- Yours truly only a nom de plume name appears.

gett of Yum Yum Tennessee U. S. A., O. B. Drewry. The writer must sign his or her name. best players of this state and Georgia.

AND, OCCIDLVTAL STtiMSfilP COSSECTIOSS AT MIAMI .. writes: "I am a great sufferer from We do this to protect ourselves. We The laurels were carried off by the

rheumatism( all over from head to foot, I One small bottle of the Texas Wonder get considerable matter enough to fill Ocala boys with a score of 11 b 0.Much .

Close Connection Made at Miami pith Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company For and Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the Hall's Great Discovery cures all three columns but it is reflective and credit Is due our boys for their
only thing that will relieve the pain. i Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes Another will
we cannot publish it. excellent playing. game
HAVANA AND KEY WEST.These t For sale by the Postoffice Drugstore. Gravel cures Diabetes: Seminal Emissions -
Weak and Lame Backs Rheumatism On :Monday evening. :May 8, there take place today.

!, WOOD! and all irregularities of the was a very interesting business meet- Welcome disappointment! Its hand

TIme Tables show the times at which trains may beeipwcted to arrive and. depart Seasoned or green oak pine or mixed. Kidneys and Bladder in both men and ing held at St. James' P. E. Mission may be cold and hard, but it Is the

from tor U the this several Company stations to be,held but repon th"ir arrival&lble for or aty departure delays or at"tu any<.consequences times stated arising U not guaranteed theretrom One dollar for big load; SOc. per half women. Regulates bladder troubles in church at which time the following of- hand of a friend. Its voice may be

load. Delivered to any part of the city. children. If not sold by your druggistwill ficers were nominated: John B. Brown, stern and harsh. but listen to It, for It

For I Call on or phone McKean Lumber Co. be sent by mail on receipt of $1. senior warden; Levi Alexander, junior prepares you for greater trouble in life-
Copy of the
TIME CARD or Other Information months' treat-
One small bottle is two
of Seaboard
,west freight depot. warden; George Giles, treasurer; O. L. which Is sure to come. Remember that
"SEE THE TICKET AGENTJ. ment, and seldom fails to cure any case
Evans, secretary. A report was read I suffering without com lalinlng makes
Spalling's baseball guide books onsale above mentioned.
J. D. RAHNER Asst. Oeo'l Paw. Agt., ST. AUGU5T1NB, FLA. I at the PostcfSce Drugstore. Sold by all drrggists. of the work at St James since Rev.disappointment i greater than success


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COMMERCIAL BANK ,I Possibly you are now doing ;

II I business at this bank.If .

OCALA, FLA. eN'S \ .. .

so, very good. If not, ,

Branch Commercial Bank, Jacksonville L-A 1)1 es':
wouldn't it be well for you LINEN DAY

HY ROBINSON, President, to start an account with us. AND Ch-ilL- =: ) CDFREIIXP::

S. H. BLITCH, Manager, L

With abundant capital and
J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager ,

CAPITAL, $100,000 with the best of facilities, we LOW-CUT ,SHOES ..A T. :

are prepared to give you r

Surplus and Undivided Profits, $31,- Correct. Prices ':
Styles Right.
885.37 superior service. THE VARIETY STORE .

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Washington, May 1L-Fair tonightand --- WeYill Put on Sale Several Hundred. '-i

Rebekahs meet this evening. Friday. Yards Each of the "
U. D. C. MEETING T. W. SMITH & CO. Following: i.
Refreshing ice cream at Taylor's.Marcus I ;
Mr. J. M. Meffert returned yesterdayfrom

Martin. He says they have ship- Owing to Mrs. Mathews illness the Notice elsewhere in this Issue the .. :;.-
Frank has returned from Mi- 58 inch Bleached Table Damask for 2 Jc :
amL ped the last beans from that section. Daughters of the Confederacy will hold advertisement of T. W. Smith & Co., a yard. 'k H
The market is low and the beans are their regular monthly meeting at the the hardware dealers. This firm is do- 58 inch Bleached Table Damask for 29c a yard. .Xj.

badly specked. A heavy hail shower home of Mrs. F. R. Gary, Friday after- ing a big and a rapidly increasing re- "

Taylor's.Mr.Taylor-made. Ice cream every day at fell there yesterday, with considerable noon, at 3:30 o'clock.E. tail business. They keep a splendid 60 inch Bleached Linen Table Damask for 39c a yard. :'

rain. stock of all the goods in their line and 70 inch Bleached Linen Table Damask for 58c a yard .'

C. McLeod, the Kendrick mill and sell them at a'ery reasonable profit.
B. B. King came In today to lime and farmer, in town last 64 inch Bleached Mercerized Table Damask for 49c
visit his family. < FOR RENT-Four or five rooms, up man was Call on them. a yrL.. :'
stairs over Cafe, opposite A. C. L. pas- night, suffering Intense pain from two
Linen match above for 87c
Mercerized Napkins to a doz. ,
visit senger depot. Will be rented unfur- crushed fingers, a result of an accident 0
Mrs. Jean,Austin Is home from a WALL PAPER
nished. Good location for <
a family. at the mill.Deputy .
to Jacksonville. Apply to Whiteslres and Troxler at the ,:.,-..."l
Cafe. If you wish work done in the wall pa-
A cooling drink of the most approved Sheriff W. F. Pulliam, an ex-
per line let us send our man with sam-
flavors at Taylor's. cellent citizen and official from Red- NAPKINS! NAPKINS!!
John Samnia, the Syrian who did ples for your inspection.
dick, was in town today on court mat-
business in Ocala for a number of DITTO & MALONEY.
Mr. C. C. Rawls of Montbrook was a ters. He remarked to the reporterthat -: '

business visitor in town today.Mr. years, but who has been in Jacksonvilleand the bean shipments were about 23 dozen Cotton Napkins, real value $1 at 49c per do*. \
Palm Beach, is in town and will KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME

J. K. Christian of :McIntosh was very likely return to Ocala to reside. over,the good same prices, and having now been the receivedfor tomato 248 dozen Assorted Mercerized and Linen Napkins value : } :

We Have Just Received Shipment -
a Large
in the city yesterday and last night. growers are beginning work on that to $2 at 87c doz. ';
A. Brown & Bro. have recently received of Pianos and Organs up per .

Mr. King of Crystal River, an extensive a solid carload of fruit Jars of crop and ,Shockley the principal and-Z.growers A. McClain.being Carn Our prices and terms are as low as 98 dozen Assorted Mercerized and Linen Napkins value f
different sizes. This is the second solId -
contractor, was in the city today. can be obtained elsewhere and your I '
car of Mason's jars that has ever home merchants need up to $3 at $t.08 to $f.64 the doz.
D. E. Mclver returned this morning your money.
Paints leads, oils and varnishes of been received in Ocala, and Messrs. You are invited to inspect our stock
from attending the Undertakers' Convention -
all kinds at the Marion Hardware Co. Brown & Bro. also got the first one. before buying elsewhere.
in Jacksonville.
I Ocala Music Company. We Cannot do the above *
The Banner has ordered a linotype, Professor Pike has lost his pet and Justice to in
Sheriff Gordon received a dispatchthis
which Is now en route from the factory.A. staunch friend, "Pete." The little dog, The Ocala auxiliary fire company

which is a great favorite has strayedoff morning that Sandy Lockly the made a few practice runs last night Print We Ask that You calf '
negro who a month ago killed another so )
L. Glass, master of trains, of or been stolen. and did them well. The run from the
at Home's still, York, is
negro near
Gainesville, was in the city yesterday. fire station to Carmichael's, at the S.
in jail at Lumberton, N. C., his old lon
Mr. J. R. Martin is busily engaged in A. L. depot was a gem. The way Jim ts. ;
home and the sheriff left this noon for
Combs, brushes, and all oth- r
sponges and his
cutting shocking big oat crop. Carlisle threw a ladder against a build- '. :,
er toilet articles. Tydings and Com Tallahassee to get requisition papers. j -:.
oats will be threshed out and
a ing and was half way up the same ere f j ,:'

pany. ti good portion saved for seed. the ladder struck the building, and '
The prettiest line of picture mould- I
ing. Ocala Furniture Co. Hamp, Chambers at his heels with the
S. A. Standley & Co. received a car-
D. M. Boney left Tuesday afternoonfor hose was done so well that it brought "
load of Western timothy hay this a trip to New York. Boney has MONDAY MAY 15TH ,
morning.Mr. George R. McKean, besides doing a forth the cheers of the bystanders. The
something up his sleeVe, and it will be
rushing lumber business, is also doing fire laddies are in fine training for thecity's
played face up in due time. .
M. H. Baum of the Oxford Crate something himself towards supplying protection.A

Company at Crystal River, was in the homes for Ocala people, and has built
Mrs. Samuel P. Anthony of Muncie AT THE
city today. I several cottages in the first ward. GOOD SUGGESTIONM
Ind., who was the guest of Mrs. B. W.
,McDonald, and then visited friends at -
Mr. J. R Joselyn of Eastlake came Miss Helen Martin, after a pleasant C. B. Wainwright of Lemon City, ,
Cedar Keys, is here again, but will return -
Fla., has written the manufacturersthat
up today and departed for Colorado to visit to Misses Tillie and Mattie Pyles
to her home shortly. much better results are obtained
:spend the summer. has returned to her Brooksville home.
from the use of Chamberlain's Cholic, : T I
Attorneys 'r. T. McCuliom and T. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in cas- :
Bamboo porch screens, just the thing The purest and finest toilet soaps, a ,.
M. Gibbons, prominent members of the I es of pains in the stomach, colic and
for the "good old summer time," at large stock of the best goods always
Tampa bar, were in the city yestenday, cholera morbus by taking it in water as
JMcIver & MacKay's.Mr. on hand. Tydings and Company. hot as can be drank. That when tak-
settling up the John Conley estate at I
I en in this way the effect is double in .
,V. O. Massey is now located at Panasoffkee. Mr. McCullom represented G. S. Scott, chairman of the board of rapidity. "It seems to get at the right

East Orange, N. J., where he will remain Mr. Conley's adopted daughter, Mrs. public instruction, who attended the : spot instantly," he says. For sale by EDWARDS BROTHERS '
Eaddy, and Mr. Gibbons the interestof
for the cummer. state meeting of county school superin- the Postoffice Drugstore.It
Mrs. Conley, now Mrs. Reese, who is
tendents at Tallahassee, returned home
to receive one-third of the is with sincere that hear
estate and regret we
Mr. and Mrs, B. A. Inglis, who visited I this morning. AT THE CITY MARKET I
$1200 in money, while Mrs. Eaddy is to that the Brown family at Miami have
Col. and Mrs. Livingstin, have returned
I get the remainder. lost their love for the editor of the
to their Madison home. Try our creams. They are pure and
delicious. C. E. Taylor. Star. It was different when B. Sr., Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchers

Hay rakes, mowers and binders, Miss Hattie Dye the beloved teacherof ran for governor and the Star was the ,

either deering or McCormick at the the eighth grade of the Ocala High only home paper that advocated his

Marion Hardware Company. 'school, gave her class a delightful pic- I claims for that high and exalted posi-

nic this afternoon' in the woods near tion. WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY

Mr. J. 1... Smoak recently moved from the city. ,
the Hilburn cottage to the Pine property -
on East South Fifth street. Mr. H. A. Ford has been commissioned Davin W nmw
Will overcome indigestion and dyspepsia -
a delegate by the governor of
; regulate the bowels and cure liver FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 103
Do you wish to purchase a home, or the state to the Southern Industrial

are you looking for an investment? If Parliament, which will convene in I and kidney complaints. ; 1
It is the best blood enricher and Invigorator "
let tell about
so us you our bargains. I '.
Washington May 23. No better selec- \
DITTO & MALONEY.The ROOM 12 P. 0. BLOCK in the world. It is purely "
tion could have been made. :
I I vegetable, perfectly harmless, and
finest and most complete stockof I should you be a sufferer from disease, ":{
Iron beds at your own price. Ocala I r
perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmeticsin Furniture Company OCALA FLORIDA i you will use it if you are wise.R. -,,
the city, at Tydings and Company.Mrs. N. Andrews, editor and manager .

Jack Camp entertained Monday Mr. Frank Weatherbee came up today Cocoa and Rockledge News, Rockledge, MUCE WRITING >- ,

from Crystal River and rented the Fla., writes: "I have used your Her-
afternoon the ladies of the PresbyterIan -
; Hilburn cottage; and will Immediatelymove bine in my family, and find it a most
church at their monthly social.
I his family back to Ocala. excellent medicine. Its effects upon

The stereopticon entertainment by REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS myself have been a marked benefit. You will surely find that it will pay to get a good

Mr. J. K. Wilson who has been trav- Sold by all druggists.
Taylor and Fishel will take place in eling for several months, expects to fountain pen. It is the most convenient writing in..
the court house yard tomorrow night
instead of Saturday night. locate in Brunswick, Ga., and engagein EDISON PHONOGRAPHSEdison strument ever invented, to say nothing of its superiority -
the undertaking business. LOANS "
records, only 35 cents; large over ordinary pens in point of neatness. We havea
Miss Woodrow, who has been visiting -
Mrs. R. S. Hall and sister Miss selection in stock. Can furnish any
her brother. Mr. D. S. Woodrow first rate line of the best makes of fountain pens,
Mattie Williams, will entertain on an I Edison record in three or four days
for the past year, will return to her
home in Scotland in a few days. elaborate scale this evening at their Perpetual points will give sweeter mu- which we are selling at very reasonable prices. We

elegant home on Fort King avenue. sic, more natural tone than any oth-
have also an extensive and choice assortment of Sim-

Mr. Felder Lang, who, with his family er. You can play Edison records three

went to Miami last winter, will return Mr. Bruce Campbell of the Florida thousand times. Call and hear and mons watch chains that we would like you to see.

to Ocala next month and will very Plumbing he has four and months'Electric steady Company work, says now "WOODMAR"Lake see Fla.for yourself. A. E. Burnett, Ocala, These chains which are in both men's and women's

likely move back to this city, as he is
dissatisfied with Miami, and still owns booked.CHAMBERLAIN'S. styles are the most strongly guaranteed goods we
his comfortable home here. COUGH Weir handle

REMEDY THE VERY BEST"I the mayor's court this morning
Mrs. Fred DeRuiz of New Orleans,
EVERY THURSDAYFrom Charles \ fined and costs
McCon J10
was '
who is visiting her parents. Mr. and
have been Chamberlain'sCough
Mrs. 1... M. Raysor. entertained in honor using for being drunk and disorderly.
Remedy and want to say it is A. E. BURNETT
of her sisters the Misses. Raysor, yes- the best cough medicine I have ever .
terday afternoon. Quite a number of taken," says Geo. 1... Chubb, a merchant

the young misses of the town were of Harlem. Mich. There is no question week during the summer .
no more dangerous than to neglect ,
present and indulged in progressive about its being the best, as it will curea
kidney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure
cold months I will to ,r ood-
flinch. Miss Evelyn Liddon and Miss cough or in less time than any go
corrects irregularities and has cured

Griffin won the prizes. Refreshmentswere other kept in treatment.the house, ready It should for instant always use be, mar" every Thursday on the many severe case after other treatment J. R. MARTIN & CO.

served. The occasion was a most has failed. It builds up the worn-
for a cold can be cured in much less
3 o'clock L. I
delightful one and Mrs. DeRuiz proveda time when promptly treated." For sale A. C. afternoon out tissues and restores health and

Charming hostess. by the Postoffice Drugstore. train and accommodatethree vigor. "I was troubled with kidney
can complaint for about two years," writesA.

I or four over night at H. Davis of Mt. Sterling, Iowa, "but GENERAL LIVERYMENFine
two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure affected -

my house, returning on Friday a permanent cure." Sold by the

Postoffice Drugstore.

I at 1 o'clock. Carriages, Buggies and Traps

SELF-PAYING LIFE INSURANCE Bryan's bill to submit a prohibition I
If want to see this
you constitutional amendment to the people Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.

beautiful propert let me failed to pass the legislature. Kirk-

REDDITT & MASTERS' know day ahead at least. If land's anti-trust bill also failed to pass. i FINE VEHIOLES FAST HORSES

you zo' you need not feelobliged ] GROWING ACHES AND PAINS ,

to invest in a lot, Mrs.\ Josie Sumner, Bremond, Tex.,
Room No. 5 Gary Building. Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
writes, April 15. 190"_: "I have used Bal-
it is intention
although my lard's Snow Liniment in my family for Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.

District Managers for to sell them all. three years. I would not be without it

in the house. I have used it on my lit-

tle girl for growing pains and achesin J. R. MARTIN & CO.Foley's

The Lots Will be Sold on Easy her knees. It cured her right away. .

FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE INS. GO Terms. I have also used it for frost bitten feet ." -- '

with good success. It is the best Liniment -

I ever used. fiSn SOc. and $1. ; Kidney Cure fOlEYSKIDNEYCUREm.aka

PHILADELPHIA, PA. EVERY THURSDAY Sold ball druggists. kidney, find bU.din: rizht. Makes Kidneys and Bladder Bight .

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