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The Ocala evening star

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

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

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Abstract:
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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PAGE FOUR OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MAY '12,



SOUTH LAKE WEIR ANTHONYOur w

EDWARDS BROTHERSAT RESTAURANT _

Landlord W. T. Clawson and wife of farmers have been wearing long

THE CITY MARKET the Lakeside Hotel left for the. North' faces the past few days. Should the

on Wednesday and will open their summer rain continue and the cantaloupe crop '
.X. First Class Meals \
hotel at Bethlehem, N. H. on June prove no better than the bean cropit
Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchets 1st.Mr. will be a very serious thing for them.

Frank B. Adams has gone southto The oat crop at this place is very

pack tomatoes. promising. Many fields are being cut CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining

WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEW I'. Mr. John Davenport, who has beenat this week.It .
Ij work at Winter Haven is at home I excites our sympathy to see an ambitious -
Room until Personal
CELERY j for a two weeks' vacation.Mr. young person, who has been open midnight.
AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
F. J. Simpson and little daughter offered a responsible and lucrative position attention given to special orders, anything

FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 103 !' Mr. Black Mrs. C. S. Gates andE. have to lose the chance of his the market offers prepared for the table on

S. Upham went to Jacksonville life for the want of an education.Mr. .
short notice.
s.Monday, the two latter to attend the J. T. Simmons has been very sick

for the past week. His suffering was
HATS OFFto Endeavor. almost beyond endurance. Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar

Parties from Ocala were in town recently Mrs. A. M. Kenney has been quite

the superb line of vehicles now on I! looking for a location for a large sick the past week. Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands.

display la our salesrooms! Everything ,/ (|I Sunday school picnic. There are also Mrs. S. B. Daniels, wife of our post-

that modern ingenuity has devised for a i reports of ,a probable excursion from master, is visiting friends in Gaines- Special Price to Regular Boarders
Jacksonville the S. A. L.
comfort for style, for beauty, goes into over \ ville.Mr.
1 Mrs. J. E. Adams and daughter. Mrs H. R. Loomis of New York is
these carriages, stanhopes, surreys THE
1runabout. Eugent Gates, have gone to their old here buying beans and other vegeta GARffflGHAEL & SON GOAt
drays, barnes sand lap \
home in Georgia for an extended visit. bles.

robes. Manufacturers have things Mrs. W. A. Allen who has spent the During the storm Monday afternoon

down so fine these days that prices are \ 1 / past seven months at the Pleasant Hills lightning struck the residence of Mr. McGrath's Stand

away down. May we show you the lat- House. left for her home at Poughkeepsie John Talton. The bolt entered the

Mt? / N. Y. Monday. kitchen door, tearing a splinter from
.
r Mrs. B. B. Ricker has returned froma the floor and burning the wire from a "
S. A. Sf ANDLEY & visit to Tampa and St. Petersburg.The screen door. Mr. Pifer, who was hang IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF MONEY CALL AT

Sunday school and Christian ing a partition door, was slightly
CO"I
Endeavor Society will meet Sunday shocked his hammer being knocked

I morning at 9:30. It is expected that from his hand and his arm paralyzedfor

I Miss Grace Townsend of Avon Park, a time. :Mrs. Talton, who was sit I UNCLE supraPAWNSHOP.

the widely known general secretary of ting in an adjoining room, was also
HARDWARE the Florida state union of Christian slightly shocked. It is fortunate the

Endeavor. will be present and addressthe damage was no greater.Mr. .
,
children. A. P. Baskin has purchased a q'8 -- .

new McCormick reaper and binder. '
ill 1
We carry a full and complete line of SON LOST MOTHER with which he will cut his immense II/f
crop of oats. ,: You can get the most "

"Consumption runs in our family and Two of our prominent citizens are / '{ liberal loans on your -
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS Ch.
through it I lost rny mother," writesE. limping around with cut shoes on. Mr. : 11 i Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, c3
B. Reid of Me. "For the
Harmony,
Stoves. Heaters and Ranges Evary Kind of past five years, however, on the slightest I J. horse B. Morley's stepping trouble on his was foot caused, mashingthe bya ''II ". Furniture, Tools and all { & j ,

sign of a Cough or Cold, I have taken Kinds of Personal Property.
I
WIRE FENCING nail off of his great toe and Pro- ..
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- r-
fessor Stewart dropped a cake of ice .o UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE
sumption, which has saved me from serious ..-
PHOSPHATE TURPENTINE and lung trouble." His mother's on his foot M. Rubin All Business Strictly Confidential
death was a sad loss to Mr. Reid, but We have to thank Mr. R. A. Faloneyfor ,

MILL he learned that lung trouble must not a crate of fine cukes. Wife was soon Proprietor. 14 North Magnolia St.
SUPPLIES.Sash
be neglected, and how to cure it. The busy putting up pickles for future use.
I OCALA FLORIDA.
quickest relief and cure for Coughs and Our packers are very slow this sea- ,I ,

Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all Kinds Colds. Price 50c. and $1. Guaranteedat son in making cantaloupe crates.
'II the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Trial


This is the Tool] I bottles free.GRAHAMVILLEMr. You cannot WARNING have good health unless I Atlantic Coast Line

your kidneys are sound for the kidneys
: filter the blood of impurities which
SN -FOR Charles Gibson has about 25
otherwise act as irritating poisons and _
acres planted in pumpkins which are break down the delicate organs of the -
\ THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
I beginning to run. body and cause serious trouble. If
Fall and Spring> (Crops Mr. Henry Hogan and family have you have kidney or bladder trouble and -CONNECTIONSTO -

moved from Marshville to this place, do not use Foley's Kidney Cure, you

and are living in the Brokaw house, on will have only yourself to blame for THE PAST: Over its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond,
results, as it positively cures all formsof
Lovers' Lane. All Rail ard Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry.
We will be I kidney and bladder diseases.-Sold
pleased Dr. B. F. Lisk is having his .house I. by the Postoffice Drugstore.
.cr to see you at a ceiled. TO Tri E WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and IMxla

I Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McDonald spent YORK Flyer route via Atlanta.: .
.. times. -, Saturday night and Sunday at Daisy ,
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Xora Wal- Mr. J. K. Harrison, wife and child TO THE EAST Via Say. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New Y lk. Philadelphiaand

dron. departed for their home at Leesburglast Boston. Via Norfolk S. a. to New York. NVashingtOH
MARION HKRDiA KRp CO
Mr. Oliver Johnson has quit cookingand Thursday.Mr. Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners

SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MacDUFF. has gones to killing grass. W. D. Graham of Ocala was in Transportation Comp any for Baltimore and Philadel-

Mr. George Hodge Is"er busy ship- this burg: last Thursday and re-estab- Steamship phia.

ping vegetables which he has to haulto lished the express office here. -- -----_.-
Silver Springs, as that is our near- Mr. W. V. Weathers, who has been KEY WEST and HAVANA Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co.

under the "weathers" for several weeks ---- -- -------
est shipping point, since the boats have --
IF YOU DO all quit running. with a very lame back, is improving.J. Route of the ceebrt.ted trains, New lork & Florida Special, Florida and

Messrs. Gibson and Gibson are very S. Mann's efficient clerk visited West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.

busy preparing land for cabbage and friends at Coleman for a few days. Quickest schedules, suoerloi servl re. For information as to rates, schedules -

MUCH WRITING lettuce to be planted this fall. Mr. D. Wormsby shipped eight cars etc., consult the purple folder- or communicate with T. C. White, D. Pi

Hogan & Tucker, the log men. have I I of cross ties to Dunnellon parties last A., "arapa; JV. J. Craig. G. P. A-.; H. M. Emerson. T. M., Wilmiiu.'tcn. C.
moved their teams from Sharp's ferry Monday.Mr. .
back into Silver Springs hammock, W. T. Gill, formerly of Martel -

You will surely find that it will pay to get a good where they will continue the logging but lately of St. Petersburg, arrived at CHEAP RATES TO
,business. this place Monday, to take charge of

fountain pen. It is the most convenient writing in- j Mrs. Etta Randall was in our burg the freight and telegraph office. California and the NorthwestTHE

strument ever invented, to say nothing of its superiority 'last Monday visiting friends.Mr. Mr. J. M. Harrelson of Leroy: a section -
I W. A. Counts and Freddie Wellihoner foreman, resigned his position, but
over ordinary pens in point of neatness. We havea I' went to Silver Springs Monday was still on duty until last Saturday, NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY

I with a two-horse after load when Mr. Williams, with a crew of fifteen "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE.
first rate line of the best makes of fountain wagon a
pens, lof ceiling. men arrived and took possession of ,

which we are selling at very reasonable prices. We I! I can't agree with May Blossom, but said section until the new foreman ar- Offers low rates from all Florida points to California and the Northwest.
rives. .. f. Below are a few points to which the low rates are appl'cable.)
will admit that there attractive
: are some very -
have also
extensive and choice
an assortment of Sim-
young ladies at Lynne, and I "Dick, the Hustler" is at present $55.10-Portland, Seattle, Vancouver and British Columbia points

mons watch chains, that we would like you to see. jl think when a young man takes the ankle tending the Southern express office at $49.90-Salt Lake City. Helen. Butte, Anaconda, Missoula,and intermediate-
this which is for business.
place
These chains which are in both men's and women'sstyles I express and goes six or seven miles open Dick. points on the Northern Pacific Railway. "'
I to see a young lady at Grahamville\ $;*.70-San francisco, LM Angeles, San Diego, Benson, Phoenix Pres-

are the most strongly guaranteed goods we that should be proof enough that all the MAN'S UNREASONABLENESS cutt, Tuscon Denver, Colorado Springs, Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque.The .

handle attractions are not at L 'nne.O\\', Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville. .Proportionate Low Rates From-
May Blossom bring forth your Sand is often as great as woman's. But
Thos. S. Austin, of the Re- All Florida Points
Hill girls and present them at church, manager
publican of Leavenworth Ind., was not The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tifton, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga,
and I that
party or ball will show you
the Grahamville girls will shine like unreasonable when he refused to allow Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to St. Loui
I the doctors to operate on his wife for
BURNETTJ. diamonds before them all. and Chicago.
Lily.A
E. "
female trouble. "Instead, he says, "we
A. concluded to try Electric Bitters. My Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a. m, via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry.

WORLD WIDE REPUTATION wife was then so sick she could hardly Leave Jacksonville 8:0 p. m. via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry.

r leave her bed and five (5) pL/sicians Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale March 1 to May
had failed to relieve her. After taking
White's Cream Vermifuge has 21.
I 15. inclusive, and from September 15 to October

R. MARTIN & CO. ;.achieved a world wide reputation as bEing ed Electric, and can Bitters now she perform was perfectly all her house-cur- For map, schedlues and other information write to E. J. Walker Florida
the best of all worm destroyers
hold duties." Guaranteed by the AntiMonopoly Passenger AgeTit "Dixie Flyer" Route, Ja'ksonv lle, Florida.
I sand for its tonic Influence on weak andunthrifty
Drugstore. Price. 50c
children, as it neutralizes the M

acidity or sourness of the stomach, im-
i ; SIGMON CLAIMS THE BELT The "Old Reliable" Mrs. Alice Flu-
GENERAL LIVERYMEN! ; i proves their digestion and assimilation THE COLORED PEOPLE'S .
itt, has first class restauranttwo
opened a
last week's Star
I For food strengthens their nervous system The assertion in
DEPARTMENTRev.
that Xathan Mayo of-Summerfield has doors below the city market.
and restores" them to the health I
the finest watermelons in the countyis Choice meals and lunches at living-
and of spirits naturalto
Fine and Traps vigor elasticity ,. E. A. Keeler, Editor.
Carriages, Buggies childhood. Sold ball druggists. a mistake for a noted melon buyer I rates. Give her a call and be convinced.

Drummers Saddle Horses etc. has just arrived from New York City Open until 10 o'clock each night
Carryalls
Spalding's baseball guide books on and states that the finest field of mel- Mrs. Bluitt is better.
Rev. R. S. English, moderator of th.
sale at the Postoffice Drugstore.GAfrERVILLE ons are on Lake Weir and owned by Call at Gunn and Holland's, city.
Second will deliver
Bethlehem Association,
FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses I i i J. F. Sigmon. He has contracted for I market for choice meats, etc. Give the installation sermon at New
: I the first car at the first price. Ir.Sigmon's them a trial.
Zion Baptist church Sunday night Rev.
field is full of beautiful mel-
Fish fries are the order of the day Rev. S. S. Bellamy and family have A. W. Tucker will be installed as paa-
and Mules for Sale. Horses .in Gaiter. ons with fair specimens at ten pounds. been and are yet quite ill. Call and tor. .
Who can beat it? C.
Boarded the Month Special Rate. Miss Sarah McCreary. a charmingyoung see them.
at
by Call at the Peterson Restaurant, opposite -
: : lady of Ocala, was a visitor in When you are in need of first class the city market, for meals.,
our burg Saturday and Sunday.Mr. READ THIS; beef pork fish and vegetables call at lunches and lodging at special rates br
J. R. MARTIN & CO. E. V. Rayburn returned to Gai- W. M. Wolfs stall. No. 7, city marketAll the day or week. Satisfaction guaran-

ter Monday alight from a visit to the Greenfield. Tenn.. March 30, 1901. orders promptly filled. teed. A small boy wanted to sell

r Brick City. Dr. E. W. Hall, St Louis Mo.DearSir Some people will never see the stars lunches at trains. Mrs. Easter Peterson -

We notice a certain fellow was on : My mother is sixty-four years old because they don't look any further proprietress.

Air-Line time for the fish fry all right a week and has suffered for twenty-five years than the ends of their noses. Special services at St. Paul A. M. E.

Seaboard Ry ago if he did set left in the violet hunt.I with kidney trouble, an'd one-third of a first church. Three conversions are reported. -
Mrs. C. C. Curry has opened a.
The ankle express travels faster now.Mr. I bottle or your Texas Wonder. Hall'sGreat class dress making, fitting and cutting, Rev. SoL D. Stewart is pastor.A. .

W. X. Deas and family, Mrs. Discovery, has cured her, and I. business. Work done in the latest and W. Walker, the world champion
recommend it to the public.'l'ours'truly
-FOR- Belk Deas and daughter. Mr. Archie can fully best styles. Residence, one block north shaver and hair cutter. Try his keen

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, P.aleigh, .Richmond, Washington Brass. wife and son Abner, :Messrs. A. O. B. Drewry. of county JaiL razors, hair clippers and scissors and
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York D. Mitchell and Roy Layton all from The Dunnellon baseball team Is safeat be convinced of her superior skilL Razors

the Gaiterville section, attended services One small bottle of the Texas Wonder home and taking their defeat easy. honed and concaved in all styles.
Trains Call at No. 115, N. Magnolia street
Daily
Two .
Elegant at Heidtville Sunday.Mr. Hall's Great Discovery, cures all The Magnolia Restaurant and Ice next &; A. L-
SEABOARD EXPRESS and SEABOARD MAIL and Mrs. A. W. Brass of Holder Kidney and Bladder troubles, removes Cream Parlor is now open night and
S were in our burg Sunday.Mr. Gravel cures Diabetes, Seminal Emis- day for the public. Meals and lunches Get your items in early tomorrow,,

Modern Pullman Equipment A. L. Ross and son Frank, are sions, Weak and Lame Backs. Rheu- served to order. Ice cream and cake a as the editor will leave for Lakeland at
,on the sick list this week. We wish matism and all irregularities of the specialty Give us a trial. Jesse Mc- 2 o'clock.;

ONLY LINE them a speedy recovery.Mr. Kidneys and Bladder in both men and Duffy, proprietor.You .

Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans W. B. Crews of Holder was in women. Regulates bladder troubles in would do well to visit the court WOOD!
children. If not sold by your druggistwill
I 'our midst Sunday. room. Much can be learned there. Seasoned or oak, pine or mixed.
For full information and sleeper reservations, can on any agent Seaboard.. be sent by mail on receipt of $1. green
j There was a party of gentlemen in One small bottle is two months' treatment For choice groceries, fruits candies, One dollar for big load; 50c per half
or write: ,our burg one day last week in search and seldom fails to cure any case etc., call at Mention's grocery, two load. Delivered to any part of the city.
A. O. MACDONELL. A. G. P. A. r. C. BOTLSTON. JR.. P. \.. j of a location to put up a sawmill above mentioned.Sold doors below the city market Goods Call on or phone :McKean Lumber Co

JACKSONVILLE FLOftD! 1 Violet 1 by all diuggists. delivered to any part of the city. west of Seaboard freight depot






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PAGE TWO f! OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, MAY 4

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EVENING STARC. HOW'S THIS? MR. AND MRS. R. S. HALL

We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- "AT HOME"I CAPITAL $50,000.00 : i:1

ward for any case of Catarrh that can- :

L. BITTINGER & CO. not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. Among the many and delightful entertainments i \
J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, O.
given during the past sea- f HERBERT A. FORD President. .
We the undersigned have known F. '\ j.I .
C. L. and the 400 of Ocala ,- "'.l'-- '-
Bittinger R. R. Carroll son by society none : "
J. Cheney for the last 15 years and be- I GEO. H. FORD, Vice President. "
live him honorable in all bus- have surpassed the "at home" of Mr. .
Proprietors and Publlahen perfectly F. WATSON, Cashier. & --- ,:- \ '
Iness'transactions and financially able and Mrs. Richard Hall given last evening r

i to carry out any obligations made by at their elegant home on Fort King i
C. L. BITTiNGER
,
I their firm. avenue, in honor of their charming

Editor and General Manager. West & Truax Wholesale Druggists sisters. Misses Mattie and Carrie Wil-

Toledo, 0.Walding.. KInnan & :Marvin Whole- liams. i .4
: CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
R. R. CARROLL sale Druggists Toledo. O. The spacious rooms, always beautiful -
were exquisitely so in elaborate
City Editor and Business Manager Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter- C
nally, acting directly upon the blood decorations of smilax bamboo, palms {

and mucous surfaces of the system. and growing plants.
CHRIS. HAFELE DEAD Testimonials sent The entertainment
free. was Japanese OF OCALA.
Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all and very "jappy" indeed was every appointment -
We note by the Bronson TImes-Dem- druggists. The crimson and yellow

ocrat that Mr. Christian Hafele is dead. Hall's Family Fills are the best national colors were used in every '"

He expired Sunday night near Bronson K. CHRISTIAN R. L.
combination In striking and artistic J. ANDERSONDirectors =:
where he invested in property thirty MONTEZUMA ARRIVALSL. effect Bright colored Japanese umbrellas ,GEO MACKAY. ED HILLER.

years ago and raised an orange grove lanterns and fans were muchin : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.
and lost It by the freeze of 1894. Dur- Home, city; K. W. Home, Norman evidence.

ing these years he also lived In Ocala Park Ga.; W. F. Pulllam Red- Upon entering the reception hall the R. S. HALL.

and ran the bakery on North Magnoliastreet dick; J. C. Martin. Brooksvllle; F. E.
guests were welcomed by Mrs. Wil-
now operated by August Wolf. Weatherbee, Crystal River; F. T. Graham liam Hocker and Miss Williams.
Just how Tampa; W J. Ayers Jacksonville -
long we cannot say, but some
In the drawing room Mrs. Hall was
years ago he sold out here and returned ; H. H. Carter, Jacksonville: H. L. assisted in receiving by Miss Carrie I,

to his Levy county farm. He leavesa Hough. F. W. Hough. Dunnellon; A. A. Williams Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Carroll HOUSE FURNISHINGS

devoted wife, three sons and two Kind. Jacksonville; W. A. Stringfellow
and Mrs. E. H. Mote of Jacksonville.
daughters. The sons are Henry Hafeleof Jacksonville; M. D. Cloever Lakeland; .
Punch was served in a most artistic
Indiana. Will Hafele of Jacksonvilleand F. G. Fox. Hendrix; W. E. McKay, i
I corner by five piquant petite Jap maidens -
Alf Hafele of and the Summerfield; C. W. Joseph Clearwater -
Bronson arrayed in bright hued kimonas. Our stock of Furniture and House Furnishing
daughters. Miss Mary Hafele and Mrs. ; W. B. Durst. Brooksvllle. The names of these little ladies in En-

Lena of Baltimore. The deceased
Baggett -

was an industrious man. thrifty OCALA HOUSE CAFE glish Pearson would Marguerite be Mary Porter Burford, Lucile Alta Goods is second to none in the StateEVERY

and a good citizen, and the good name Opposite A. C. L. passenger depot, is
Standley and Leta Camp.
he leaves his family and the worldis now open under management and first
The dining room was hung with
better than riches.MISPLACED class 'in every respect. The only placeIn
Ocala serving Western meats. ropes of smilax from ceiling to chandelier KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MATNESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES,

Whiteside and Troxler the mantle banked with palms TINGS WINDOW SHADES, LACE AND PCRTIERc SADCLEC, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,
CRITICISMThe and the walls draped with festoons of
Proprietors.A I CURTAINS, SCREENS, ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CARRIAGE FOR ANY PURPOSE.;
bamboo. The lights were red and yellow -
Star has heard few criticismson
a SPREADS, SHEETS AND PILLOWS; CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS,
the action of Tax Collector E. L. carrying out in soft radiance the
GOOD SUGGESTION LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; ,JARS AND FLOWERPOTS BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, LATHS,
color scheme. In the center the hand-
Carney in closing his office to the pub-
somely appointed tea table in the midstof ; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANG. BRICK, SHINGLES, CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MA
lic for two or three weeks while he Mr. C. B. Wainwright of Lemon
City, ES TRUNKS VALISES SUIT CASES ETC. HAR CHINERY OF ALL KINDS.
made up the copy for the printers of Fla.. has written the manufacturers glittering cut glass and silver stood ; ; .

the delinquent tax list for 1904. that much better results are obtained the figure of a cute Japanese lady in a

Now Mr. Carney found that if he did from the use of Chamberlain's Cholic, huge vase of yellow and red chrysan-

not close the office he would never be Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in cas- themums. Here was served by the Deep well drilling, contracting and building of all kinds done

able to get the list ready in time for es of pains in the stomach, colic and "five little maids" from Japan an ele-

it to be set up and printed in time for cholera morbus by taking it in water as gant four-course luncheon consisting under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and esti-
hot as can be drank. That when tak-
the sale to take place as the law directon of salad olives wafers nuts sherry
en in this way the effect is double in
bisque cream tea and crystalized gin- mates anything need.MCIVER
the first Monday in June. rapidity. "It seems to get at the right on you .

There Is no one in the county bet spot instantly." he says. For sale by gerMrs.
ter able to understand and appreciatethis the Postoffice Drugstore. : S. T. Sistrunk gowned in the

fact than the newspaper men. who daintiest of flowered silk kimonas did I
& MACKAY
know the time required to set up this CREAMERY BUTTER the honors in this room most gracefully I
,
in the office and assisted the Japanese madame by-
copy printing and have a 25 CENTS A PCtJND
good knowledge of the labor and time pouring the tea. I
The Carmichael & Son Co. keep con-
required in the collector's office to accurately I The costumes worn by hostesses and CCAL-A: : : f=I-CJRItA
stantly on hand receiving a. fresh I
sup guests were exceedingly handsome.
I
prepare the copy for us. The !
Star is in a position to understand the ply every two days delicious, pure Mrs. Hall was charming in white

difficulty this year perfectly as we set Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per I II embroidered net over taffeta. flowered French organdie over pink taf

up the list i. e., put It in type on our pound kept on ice. Phone No. 3Z Miss Williams wore embroidered

linotype for the ;Banner.. chiffon over pink peau de soie. feta.The NEW IDEA IIk1cfiit

Mr. Carney could never have got WHY SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISMWhy Miss Carrie Williams was dainty and queenly Mrs. Clifton Camp wore

this list ready in time waited on the suffer from rheumatism when sweet in white lace trimmed mull. her elegant imported wedding gown.

public who knew that the books were ,, one application of Chamberlain's Pain Mrs. Carroll looked unusually hand- Miss Sue Barco was handsome in I V I
closed and the time passed for pa'lngtaxes. Balm will relieve the pain? The quick some in white lace gown. 1
with lace
white organdie, bertha.
answered some 700 letters that relief which this liniment affords makes I Mrs. E. H. Mote wore white silk with

he had on hand and made out receiptsfor rest and sleep possible and that alone lace trimmings. Miss Bessie Porter a petite brunette Ice rBaIIl Parlor I

the writers if he had kept the doors is worth many times its cost. Many I Mrs. Hocker was regal in black net, 'one of the season's, debutants looked C I I

of his office open. Under the circumstances I I who have used it hoping only for a I spangled with gold. very sweet and dainty in a pompadour ;1 j I
short relief have been happily surprised net over pink taffeta.
it could not be helped. Mr. Mrs. B. W. Blount's brunette beautywas I I I AND
to find that after awhile the relief Miss Violet Harris wore an exceed- '
Carney merely moved his office enhanced by an exquisite light
upstairs became permanent. Mrs. V. II. Leggett ingly becoming shirred gown of light I ; y11
blue silk mull handembroideredin
temnoririly. Those who calledon gown '
of Yum Yum Tennessee U. S. A.,
him were waited upon and treated writes: "I am a great sufferer from pink. blue.Miss I RESTAURANT
Sara Harris attractive
courteously, but he had to have some rheumatism all over from head to foot Mrs. Sydboten of Thomasville, Ga., was very '
in flowered mull with lace bertha.
privacy or he would never have finished and Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the wore a pretty dress of white mull trim- I 1 a

the work. only thing that will relieve the pain. med in lace medalions. Mrs. C. V. Welsh wore white mull. j! We claim to fresh and
give something new
Miss Edna mull. you ,
For sale by the Postoffice Drugstore. Mrs. Jack Camp was a picture in a II Delph wore pink +
Miss Mary Anderson wore light blue !! good every day. Three kinds of Ice Cream every day.

The Star reporter has heard a good WEST FLORIDA I accordeon plaited mull over taffeta i 1 Always changing, and always new.

one on Chas.sahovitzka mosquitoes. SEABOARD AIR LINE The Largest Stock ofLadies' Mrs. Lee Miller was a symphony In |,
Colonel Livingston is not the author I scarlet. I
ANNUAL EXCURSION Cold Drinks of all Kinds
but heard it from the lips of a Citrus' Miss Louella Gary wore a white lace

countyite Mr. Gerow, and in effect is trimmed mull. *
I Tickets will be on sale for train leaving -
and Fine Fruits and Candies.The
this: Two men went hunting in the Ocala Mrs. Arthur Clark wore white ribbon i .
of limited
night May 18. seven -
Chassahowitzka swamps. One of the trimmed organdie.
I days in addition to date of sale as
hunters was bitten by'a snake and it follows: Walking Mrs. Mclver was very striking in i RESTAURANT is the test in town. Sanitary

was evidently a poisonous reptile as Lake City, $3.25:: ; Live Oak $3.50; .white silk trimmed with, applique. 1'kitchen, and the best of foods skillfully prepared. Meals
the man's leg began to swell, and finally Hatsin t Mrs. C. V. Miller Miss Perada Mrs.
so badly that his pants leg had Madison, $4; Monticello $4.50; Tallahassee Watson Miss Annie Davis Miss Florence -''and lunches from 6 a. m., to \2 p. m., Sunday included.
$4.50; Quincy, $5; River Junction -
to be cut to salve; the cloth from burst- Walters Miss Florrie Condon, I
$:: ; Bainbridge, Ga., $6; Carra- Ocala at COME AND SEE US.-
ing. The unharmed hunter placed his belle Fla., Apalachicola. $6. Miss Xellie Curd and Miss Lida Brown : ,-
friend on a big cypress log and start- were all charming in soft white gowns

ed for dry land and a physician DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON with lace and ribbon trimmings. H. STALBERG

pecting to find his friend dead on eX-I Foley & Co., Chicago originated The Boston StoreCome The gentlemen wore full dress suits. Proprietor.MONTEZUMA .
return but Judge of his to
surprise see i
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Mr. Leon Fishel supplied the music
him off the log and wading around in remedy, and on account of the great for the evening and all went "merry !

the water apparently as well as ever. merit and popularity of Foley's Honey as' a marriage bell." i

When asked for an explanation of his and Tar many imitations are offeredfor and See ThemMISS I The prizes for the games were very

wonderful recovery he took his friend the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey -- -- --=--- ----- I II 'pretty)' and jappy, and the score card ;i THE

and the doctor to the place he sat onI I and Tar and refuse any substitute offered 'bore the cutest of little hand-painted i

the log and on the ground was a pile I as no other preparation will give figures of Japanese girls. ,!
the same satisfaction. It is mildly lax some of the sweet things I
of dead
mosquitoes that would have I The entire evening was delightful. !| .
ative. It contains no opiates and is : ***" *f*. ** ." "" .
1 ** > '. 1 ,
filled a bushel basket. These pests are safest for children and delicate per- in life -*ut don't miss i Only one thing marred the perfect I :..j Mt* .tf' jf:".? .. ; } .. :"'9.
so numerous in these swamps that It pleasure of the guests, and that was VA%>Mif 7"- "
sons. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. 'the of box of j j t. .1'I I
is all a man's life is worth to remainin u .. cc -- I II : pleasures a i the unavoidable absence of the popular t 't:. .' : f :_ -,.. .--.u- "'- .

them. In this case they attackedthe I I and genial host who was called by I

snake-bitten man. lit on the bite R: D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK' telegram out of town. I

and sucked all the poison out of the I The following is a list of the invited i I Ii

wound with the result above chroni- FULLER & BLALOCK I friends: '\Irs. B. W. Blount. Mrs. Syd- i

cled. The man in estimating the bite DENTAL SURGEONSOffices |boten of Thomasville Ga., Mr. and Mrs.C. I

thought the mosquitoes were so much I E. Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Miller, i
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worse having been cured, he was hunt- over Munroe & Chambliss Bank I Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mr. and I
I I
ing another snake-bite so that for a j Mrs. F. L. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I
OCALA. FLA. j I
few moments he could rest from their Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp. Mr. ,
Terms Cash r 3" 1 -+ ,
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persecutions.A and Mrs. Clifton Camp Misses Sue

tot w T W. Troxler, Barco Gertrude Perada Annie Davis, !

POSITIVE NECESSITY J. E. CHACE Florence Walters, Florrie Condon, Lida
s Agent,
Brown Edna Delph, Nellie Curd, Bessie -
Having to lay upon my bed for 14 I

days from a severely bruised leg, Ii DENTAL SURGEONOffice OCALA, FLABEAUTIFUL Porter Sara McCreary, Edith Pi-

only found relief when I used a bottle M att. Louella Gary, Mary Anderson Sara I

of Ballard's Snow Liniment. I can upstairs Commercial Bank and Violet Harris, and :Messrs: S. T. i I

i-heerfully recommend it as the best I Building, Ocala Florida Sistrunk Lee Miller, John and Will i

medicine for bruises ever sent to the TERMS CASH Taylor, E. T. Helvenston, Howard j I I

afflicted. It has now become a positive Clark Emmett Robinson Arthur Masters -
a 1 !
MILLINERYAll LEASED FOR TEN YEARS.
necessity upon myself. W. T. Gary, W. H. Powers, T. H.

Dr. R. Byrnes. Merchant, Do\ersville I' Perfection i Harris E. J. Crook J. H. Workman ]I
Canopies W. A. Murphy A. J. McLaughlin W. J. i;The Best Year Round Hotel at $2.00

Tex.Price., 23c.. 50c. and $1. Sold by all -- I Roess. C. G. Cantrell and H. A. Wa- 'I
druggists.The terman. i.I PER DAY IN FLORIDA.

I Up-to-date and Clean, Well Furnished Rooms,
Star has received a letter from : WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! .
a man in Pensacola stating that he Now in the summer when all other |i and Plenty to Eat.
titt wood yards have shut down remem-i
would shortly move to Ocala and engage !
ber that you can get wood at all times f COL. V. J. SHIPMAN Proprietor.
in the merchant tailoring bUi-l ta1 ,
P through the summer by phoning Xo. i
ness .t :2t
.f I I II 126, delivered to any part of the city. .
,
I McKean Lumber Company.
THE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD I i I
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iI A
The richest man in the world cannot I I CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH 'j LAMBBRROUGH
have his kidneys replaced nor live with- I REMEDY THE VERY BEST;;

out them, so it is important not to neg- I ____ i
lect these organs. If Foley"s Kidney I !' "I have been using Chamberlain's >
Cure is taken at the first sign of danger ,#PAC i Ac E' II I | Cough Remedy and want to say it Is j

the symptoms will disappear and The best on earth for either iron or i |the best cough medicine I have ever !I DRESSED

your health will be restored as it wood beds or children's cribs. Most i new and right up with the :, taken," says Geo. L. Chubb a merchantof .

strengthens and builds up these organsas durable sanitary and time saving. We I season. Many beautiful trimmed Harlem. Mich. There is no question I

nothing else will. Oscar Bowman. are headquarters for everything in hats, PATTERN HATS and the ': about its being the best, as it will cure j See or Phone
Lebanon Ky., writes: "I have used Foley's I j a cough or cold in less time than any ,
beds of bed
fittings from the canopyto FAMOUS GAGE HATS. A '
Kidney Cure and take great pleas- !other treatment. It should always be
ure in stating it cured me permanently the springs. Our prices are alwaysright complete stock of Trimmings, kept in the house, ready for instant use i ij B. H. SEYMOUR

of kidney disease which certainly Flowers Ribbons etc. j i for a cold can be cured in much less
would have, cost me my life." For sal time when promptly treated." For sale I
McIVER & MacKAY t j PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla.ev .*
by the Postofflce Drugstore. MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK [by the Postoffice Drugstore. ,



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FRESH ARRIVALSQUART WILL TAKE ANOTHER I [DYNAMITE DOUBLEDTHE PzomuIsior

BIG CUT IN SHOES. Cure for Consumption .
TRIAL FOR THOMPSONThe DESTRUCTIONNineteen Trial Bottle Free by MaltOz..i.i.a
C.., .* PUi St.I.w Tat

BOTTLES MAPLE SYRUP
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Boneless Herring and Shredded Codfishin Jury Disagreed-Eleven for Mur- Killed and Over a Hundred

Cans der in.the Second Degree and One We have J22 pairs of Ladies' Injured in the. Pennsylvania

I for Horror
Acquittal Railway
ELBOW MACCARONIAND

EGG NOODLESFive i iI I I I Assistant States Attorney Ed W. Davie Slippers, Worth $2 and $2.50.We Harrisburg, P
opened for the state and made an persons are known to be dead and
Pound Tins No.1 Mackerel I >
II I able argument. The Star reporter was will Close Them Out at $1 more than one hundred others Injuredin
the wreck on the Pennsylvania Rail- r.
called and did not hear it, but
I away Come and road near here early Thursday morning -
Quick
AT THE those present spoke highly of the ef- a, pair. get a i


TEAPOT GROCERY fort.The reporter had the pleasure of listening Pair Before They are all gone. A wrecked fast express freight west on the bound track ran caus-intoa ,.'

to the eloquent words of Colonel ing an explosion of the.passenger locomotive f

Lloyd of Inverness, who appeared for and in the fire which followed
the defense. He spoke of the sacredness I THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO several explosions of dynamite occurredin

of the home, and how all nations, i a car of freight.
ffldVER & MaoKAY '.
from the Jews down to the present THE ONE PRICE HOUSE.Go Scenes of horror followed the pas-
day, deemed it a "castle," and quoted .senger cars and some of the freight

I the.great Erskine. the famous English I cars took fire immediately and agonizing CROCERYI
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS statesman and jurist to emphasize the cries issued from the wreck.

(thought that the defendant, Mr. J. to- I FOR SALE Frightened passengers began at once

UNDERTAKERSand Shaw Thompson had done what 99 THE FLORIDA HOUSE attempts to rescue those pinned under I BROS. Proprietors
men in 100 would have doifc-shot the heavy Pullmans, but the heat drove
for We
Ocala, Fla., Our business Is offered sale.
down the intruder on his premises at them away with singed hair and burn- Phone 174
When You Are in Want of will sell the entire business at a big
EMBALMERS with in his hand after I a
night
a gun II ing clothes. :Most of the passengerswere
I x sold In this the
bargain if not
first asking him to explain his pres- GOOD MEAL OR BED or way in their berths at the time, and
stock will be sold out at cost. The millinery -
Fine Cashete ence and requesting him to move on. A 50c. Meal for those who escaped were in their night
Hon. R. L. Anderson followed for the stock is new and seasonable, clothes and lost all their possessions.Aid NOXEANLUMBERCO.
25 CENTS!
and Burial Robes .defense and spoke: for several hours, and is all salable desirable goods. The promptly came from the city and .
'so long that the intense heat and Try it. You will go again, and save business will pay good returns on the I I neighboring localities, but all were .

closeness of the room and his strong money. A convenient stopping place investment to anyone who will give It powerless to aid those in the burning I OCALA, FLA I
All Work Done Licensed Em-
by and effective effort compelled him to for transient guests. You can get
your their personal attention, which we are train and could only succor the living
balmers and Full Guaranteed ask the court to adjourn and allow him breakfast at 6 a. m. on notice. Guests unable to do. and wounded. Telephone No. I2'ii.
to rest for a quarter of an hour. I called for the night trains. Moderate After the fire burned out mangledand
THE E. K. NELSON MILLINERY! CO.
Mr. Anderson has made many noted prices. charred bodies were taken out. and
Ceiling, Flooring Siding,
For speeches in the Ocala court house but I many Impossible to identify. The financial -
the of yesterday in all the elementsthat I Spalding's baseball guide books 04 The best mattress on earth-the Os-
WATCHESAnd one loss is placed at $300,000, of Kilo -dried Dressed Lumber
YEIH sale at the PostofCice Drugstore. termoor. Ocala Furniture Company. ,
make up a clear presentation of a which half represents money and prop-

REPAIRSGO complex case in method in thought in erty of the passengers.The Every Size and Quality.A .
language, in logical deductions wa\
Cause
TO his best and so thought by the big Large Stock of Shingles.
crowd present. He defined with unerring The primary cause of the wreck was
I
F. G. B. WEIHE accuracy: the difference between I an accident to the shifting train. The
AN IMPORTANT FACTOR New
facts and fancy, what the law said and engineer of the east bound freight saw Machinery.Lath .

The Jeweler. what the caprices and fancy of the juror !i(it coming on his track and applied the
Brick and
were likely to conjure up; that I I ai" brakes, which caused his train to Building.
Thompson instead of being a cold -- --- -- i iI i buckle in the middle, shoving several

Painting and Paperhanging blooded murderer as stated by Attor- I I cars on the west bound track.A Undersold
by No One.
We careful :
ney Davis, was indeed tolerant and give painstaking atten- I I moment later, the express, westbound

We do all kinds of Painting Pa- forbearing in not going at once for his I one of the fastest night trains Methods Up perhanging and Upholstering.Let gun and shooting the intruder down tion to the minor details of our cus- on the road dashed into the wrecked
instead of appealing to him to make I cars. The next instant the boiler on Business

us bid on your work. Every Job known his business and. to leave his tomers' accounts. This is an impor- the passenger locomotive exploded. The Growing Rapidly.

guaranteed V be first dabs, premises.It i wreck took fire and six minutes later Every Customer Pleased.
was 6 o'clock\ when Mr. Anderson tant factor in estimating the valueof 1 I the flames reached a car filled with \
KNIGHT & GILLETT, finished his masterful effort and court 50,000 pounds of powder with a flash Rushed with Orders.

Next to Chinese Laundry. adjourned until 7:30.hen Colonel our services. f I II I
,Palmer, the noted Tampa criminal at- I fol-lowed
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[torney. closed for the state. The Star I,reached small boxes of powder not exploded Come to Us Before Buying.
I
ireiwrter was absent but the throng at first. The danger of the ex-

!present said that while many were disappointed MUNROE & GH&MBLISS, BANKERS II plosionskept the rescuers from reach- Orders Solicited.UNDERTAKER.
BRIGHT'SDISEASE in his manner of delivery, ing the train and the flames spread to

had formed the idea in their minds OCALA FLA. I the rest of the train. Many were pinn-
that he was a cyclone of eloquence and led j down who were not killed by the
oratory when he busied himself with {first shock and burned to death

the testimony that told of the terrible i j An alarm of fire brought the depart-
tragedy and the cold facts. he did it ment but the firemen could get no -ANDENBALNERS- J

to a purpose that almost convinced I nearer than 300 yards, on account of..
eryone present. The home and e"-I I I the heat until the explosions ceased. f
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OPEBDIOBS ttention
Many people who are neglecting ,sanctity was all right in sentiment. but i IU6PENTIHE The injured were taken to hospitals

symptoms of kidney trouble, in this case the defendant was the aggressor and private homes and the road did

hoping "it will wear away," are and the intruder; that the poor I I everything possible for the sufferers.A We have two Registered Undertakers
unfortunate should have had the rightof
drifting towards Bright's Disease I
and been treated with the most and Embalmers
way DISASTROUS \MITY
which is kidney trouble in one of !
j I forbearing consideration. Colonel
its worst forms. Palmer is a man of fine appearance and The Standard Naval Stores Company of Jacksonville, ![ It is a disastrous calamity when you All work entrusted to ourcare

address. i host your health,. because indigestion will receive prompt and

Judge W.":S. Bullock the made an exhaustive Florida, is now prepared to contract with independent 1 land constipation have sapped it away.
charge and the jury retired at i Prompt relief can be had in Dr.'King's skilled attention. All embalming

FOLEY'SKIDNEY I 9' 30 to discuss their verdict fight fleas I producers and will pay flat Savannah prices for Rosin j'I'Xew Life organs Pills. ,They and build cure up headache your digestive -, fully guaranteed. A

and to .
try sleep.The
i dizziness. colic, constipation etc. Guaranteed stock of Caskets and
_ court met at 9 o'clock this morn- I and Spirits Tutpentine delivered at either Jackson- I at the Antj-Monopoly Drug- splendid
ing. The jury called and desired instruction i store; 25c. Burial Robes carried at all
of what constituted a reasonable I ville or Fernandina. Free of storage, insurance or com I II I
doubt. The judge defined the I THE OKLAHOMA TORNADO times.
request and they retired: returned at I mission charges. We are also prepared to make liberal 1--- '

10 a. m.. and reported to the judge that i Not so Many Killed as at First Report OCALA FURNITURE CO

they could not agree on a verdict the [ advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank I j ed, but Still the List is Appalling
each juror. The I
judge questioning Phone No. 10. Night No. 94.
phone
cars-it will lots of For further information Snyder. OkLi., May 12.-Approximately -
CUREstops judge then saM he was sorry they could i save you money. < -
not arrive at a verdict and dismissedthe 100 persons were killed in the !

special venire. I apply toJacksonville tornado which visited Sn'der"ednes- r ONLY
Mr. J. D. Bnssett of Anthony was the I I I day night and as many were injured. MEN
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irregularities, strengthensthe ,foreman of the jury. The jury stood I The bodies of 73 have been recov

urinary organs and builds up eleven for murder in the second degree ered.A. Are Requested Not to Read This, As It
the worn-out tissues of the kid- and one for acquittal. I message received this morningsays I is Intended for the Ladies
vjjev so they will perform theirunctions I SIUNDDBD NRY L STOBE 00. 92 persons are known to be deal
Whose attention we invite to our peculiar -
AND PAINS I I
properly. Healthy kid GROWING ACHES ,and 150 injured, of whom Il some may' I adaptability to progressive

neys strain out the impuritiesfrom I (I l die. cabinet-making, and trust they will allow -
Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bren.ond. Tex., The storm struck the town late at I II
the blood as it passes BalI I I us to furnish estimates on anything -
writes April 15.1902: : "I have used I night sweeping from the southwest,
through them. Diseased kidneysdo I in carpentry needed in their
lard's Snow Liniment in my family for I Fla. idestroying f 12: business houses and at homes. .
not, and the poisonous waste three years. I would not be without it 1 i least 40 residences."I I Nothing too small for us; nothing too
matter is carried by the circulationto in the house. I have used it on my little II large. tOur

every part of the body, causing girl for growing pains and achesIn I THANK THE LORD" I Art Noveau
dizziness, backache, stomach her knees. It cured her right away. I II
I cried Hannah Plant, of Little Rock, Combination Chests and Settees are
trouble, sluggish: liver, irregular [ have also used it for frost bitten feet I HLRWARE i Ark., "for the relief I got from Buck- becoming universal favorites in Ocala? I
heart action, etc. with good success. It is the best 'I len's Arnica Salve. It cured my fear- low in price but high in efficient use-
If you have any signs of Kidneyor iment I ever used." :25s.! 50c. and un-\\ ful running sores, which nothing else fulness. A postal will bring us.

Bladder trouble taping Sold by all druggists. 'I would heal, and from which I had suf- J. McNEALY & CO.,
commence We sell nothing but Hardware and its *< -ompanying imes. but we do sell "
i j fered for five years. It is a marvelous
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE A CENTURY PLANT IN BLOOM that. We bought right, in large quantities usually: in carlo O} factory ship- healer for cuts, turns and wounds. "The Ones That Don't Wait"Xo. ,4\
at once, as it will cure a slight disorder ment lots, and we are selling at retail more Hardware. bettf1? and cheaper Guaranteed at the Anti-Monopoly 12, Fort King Avenue.. tVW.

in a few days and preventa i Hardware than any house in Central Florida. Drugsto; 25c.
Editor Star: For the benefit of your I
fatal malady. It is pleasant to readers who hive never seen a century
take and benefits the whole system. plant in bloor-i, I will say that I have WE ARE THE PEOPLE'S FRIENDS I ICITRA ELECTS TOWN OFFICIALS C. BULL

How to Find Out. one on my place. The stalk of the
bloom is now 15 feet high. IS inches in I We know what they need: we alw ays have it and sell it at a living profit Citra May 9.-The municipal elec- Contractor and
You can easily determine if your kidneys tion here Saturday was the most spirited -
circumference at the base and about 10 only. Some of our many specialties are Paints, Sun Proof and DeVoes Builder
are out of order by setting aside inches at the too There are now eight among them. Oils and Varnishes, Leads, Glass and Putty. Wire and Field and excited more interest than any
for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed
upon arising. If upon examination it buds. but in a few days there will be Fencing of all kinds. Stoves and Range, several of the best makes. Water .election held in many years. The only Quick and Careful Estimates Made

is cloudy or milky or has a brick-dust 25: or :30 buds and I think it will be in Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers:, etc. issue of importance was the proposed Box 64,.Ocala. Fla.
sediment or small particles float aboutin full bloom by tV end of the week. Now ,repeal of the ordinance prohibiting the J
it. kidneys diseased, and Give us your business WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT. hogs from roaming the streets and
your are if anyone should! wish to see this wonderful
FOLEV'S KIDNEY CURE should betaken I making a rooting ground under the
i loom writeti
plant : they can PURE
at once. shade of the town. The MILKPure
beautiful trees
T. W. SMITH & CO.
me the l'iy they wish to come and I
0.. B. Burhans Testifies After will meet them at the station with I I I hog lost by a large majority. The following -
Four Years. 1 live miles from the de- ticket was elected: Mayor W.
teams as 14 Milk and Creamare
&B.Burkais tf Carlisle Crtttr.N.Y..writes:: pot. I will also let you or anyone else I I H. Harrison: clerk. A. H. Wartmann;

1 About had been four ectirrly years ao curd I wrote of a you severe stating kidneytrouble that I know what days it will be in full bloom.I DO YOU LOVE YOUR HUSBAND I marshal. R. W. Holliday: assessor, G. among the greatestof
by latin less than two bottles Fuley'* I expect it will grow four or Jive feet i jM. Townsend: treasurer S. T. Cars-
Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped tpe l>ric -, table delicacies. Theyare
: well aldermen J. N. Malphus: R C.
dust sediment and pain and vmptom of ulcer ;I higher before it will he in full bloom. Or Father Brother ? : :
disease disappeared. I am gU3 to say that I I Tours truly, or I Douglass T. F. Harrison. Mayor R. C. both RICH PURE and
have never had a return of say of those symptoms ,
I becomes
who an alderman,
j Douglass
dunce he four yean that have elapsed, Chas. Y. Miller.
and I uta t-viJeuUv cured to stay cured, and I Leroy. Fla.. May 10, 1905.Bureau If so. let us show you how to cure them cf the terrible curs of drink. j declined to stand for re-election but WHOLESOME if suppliedby
hearti'-v recommend Foley's Kidney Cure to any" I APPLETINE never fails to cure adhe teauty of this i*. that the patient i the result is an endorsement of his ad-
One suffering from kidney or bladder trouble. I never knows how he stopped the drink habit. Trial treatment and directions
Two 100. several and I I ministration. Captain Harrison the
Sizes SOo and trunk" in sires
of Joe Full J3. All conununlcrtiOTis
sent postpaid on receipt treatment cu
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY grades. The newest prettiest and .1 fidentiaL new mayor, is one of the leading citi- THE HERMITAGE DAISY
l handiest trunk for the ladies that was zens of Citra and his administrationwill
POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE!:, OCALA ever made. Mclver & laeKa).. I GREAT NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO. 1CS3 Gates Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y. doubtless be a successful one. GEO. B. TYLER, Proprietor.



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A Full Line of MONDAY MAY 15TH ISLINEN
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COMMERCIAL BANK Possibly you are now doing


business at this bank.

OCALA, FLA. IV1EN' =

If so, very good. If not, DAY
Branch Commercial Bank, Jacksonville 1-AIIES'
/ wouldn't it be well for you

HY ROBINSON, President, AND CHILDREN'SLOWCUT
to start an account with us.
S. H. BLITCH, Manager,
With abundant and .AT. 0
capital
J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager .. .

with the best of facilities, we SHOES
CAPITAL, $100,000

are prepared to give you THE VARIETY'STORE.

Surplus and Undivided 885.37 Profit, $37- I superior service. Styles Correct. Prices Right. .





OCALA OCCURRENCES "- WEATHER FORECAST HELVENSTONPASTEUR COMPANY We Will Put on Sale Several Hundred



Washington, May-12.-Fair tonight Yards Each of the Following:

Refreshing ice cream at Taylor's. and Saturday.


Taylor-made ice cream every day at FOR RENT-Four or five rooms, ,upstairs FREE SHOW WALL PAPER 58 inch Bleached Table Damask for 2 Jc a yard. /

Taylor's. over Cafe opposite A. C. L. pas- If you wish work done in the wall pa-
Messrs. Taylor and Fishel's free showin 58 inch Bleached Table Damask tor 29c
senger depot. Will be rented unfur- per line let us send our man with sam- a yard.
the court house will take
Souvenir Cards at the Postoffice nished. Good location for a family. square ples for your inspection.
60 inch Bleached Linen Table Damask for 39c yard.
Drugstore. Apply to Whites!res and Trozler at the place tonight instead of Saturday night. DITTO & MALONEY. a

Cafe. 70 inch Bleached Linen Table Damask for 58e a yard.
W. R. Cohen of Savannah'is Is at the 100 YEARS OLDA Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Robinson of Pa-

Ocala House.A Mrs. E. H. Mote of Jacksonville, who frame house can be kept in good latka are in the city, stopping at Mrs. 64 inch Bleached. Mercerised Table Damask for 49c a yd*.

has been visiting her sister Mrs. Will order for 100 years if painted with L. Liddon's, and will be in Ocala for a Linen Mercerized Napkins to match above for 87c a do*.
full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty Hocker, returned home today, accompanied & :M. Paint about once in ten to fifteen month or two. Mr. Robinson is special

dings & Co. by :Mrs. Hocker and little years. This is because the L. & M. zinc I agent for the Germania Life Insurance
hardens the L. & M. white lead, and I
daughter. Company, whose state agents are G.
Three kinds of ice cream every day I gives the paint extraordinary life. It I
Loper Bailey & Co. of Palatka. Mr.
F at Taylor's. also makes it cover an enormous surface NAPKINS! NAPKINS!!
LOST-Someone left a parasol in the Robinson has established an agency in
so that four gallons of L. & M.
opera house at the rehearsal of the Tyrolean Ocala and constituted Messrs. Ditto
and three of linseed will
Mrs. Thomas Barnes of the Club gallons oil
House is quite III, Queen. Owner can have the paint a moderate sized house. and Maloney local agents. The Ger- 23 dozen Cotton Napkins, real value $J at 49c per do*.
same by calling on Mr. Sylvester and Actual cost when ready for use about mania is a good and strong company,

Arthur S. Harris of Valdosta is at paying for this notice. $1.20 per gallon. and Mr. Robinson's selection of local 248 dozen Assorted Mercerized and Linen Napkins valueup

James S. Barron, president Man- agents will prove a wise one. In speak-
the Ocala House. FOR RENT-Rooms; close in; fur- chester Cotton Mills, Rock Hill S. C., ing of the effort being made to neutralize to $2 at 87c per doz.

nished or unfurnished. The Finch writes: the the New York Sun of
Equitable, 98 dozen Assorted Mercerized and Linen Napkins valueup
A cooling drink of the most approved House 19 N. Second street. many houses painted three years ago" March 7
,
flavors at Taylor's.C. "In 1883 I painted my residence with says: to $3 at $.08 to $1.64 the doz.

Lee Howard, colored, escaped from L. & M. It looks better than a great "Besides the express power conferrer

E. Melton of Micanopy is a guestof the convict farm Monday. He was in Sold by :Mclver & MacKay.Dr. upon its dierctors contained in Article

the Ocala House. for fifteen years for assault. A rewardof IV. of its articles of incorporation it

$100 is offered for his capture. Van Hool returned yesterday afternoon is clear that under section 52 of the insurance We Cannot do Justice to the above in

Iron beds at your own price. Ocala from a professional trip to I law the directors may by a

Furniture Company. Captain Dick Taylor of Chassahow- Martel. majority vote order the filing of an
Print We Ask that You Kindly callon
so
Itzka who attended circuit court as a amended charter carrying out proper
There were thirty-one arrivals at the
witness in the Thompson-Tillis case, is WHO WANTSA plans of mutualization. This power to .
Ocala House yesterday.
a brother of the late John }{. Taylor, good home at a low price? We have so amend under said section of the insurance us.
"
the oldest traveling man at the date of for sale the D. Williams house on cor- law was exercised and the
Miss Adah Bennett of Crystal River
his death in Florida. Captain Taylorwas ner Sanchez and South Third streets. privilege more liberally extended to the
in the yesterday.The
was city
raised near Ocala, on the old Tay- Cheap, if taken at once. Fine location; policy holders to vote in the electionof
large lot! good house. Ditto & Maloney -
lor place. its directors, notably in the case of
mould-
prettiest line of picture ,
ing. Ocala Furniture Co. the Germania Life Insurance Company, I MONDAY MAY 15TH
Our stock of trunks is second to none which was organized in 1860, under the
I The King's Daughters held a special
Spalding's baseball guide books on in the state; any size, style or fin- identical law under which the Equitable -
sewing meeting at the charming home
sale at the Postoffice Drugstore. ish; all prices, from the cheapest to was incorporated."Said .
of Mrs. R. Anderson yesterday after-
the best made, at Mclver & MacKay's. amendments in the direction of
Mrs. B. W. Blount is entertaining her noon. They enjoyed the delightful AT THE
o mutualization were adopted by the directors -
Sunday: school class this afternoon. shade of the trees and the soft, sweet
Y Mrs C. E. Welsh and Miss Delph of of the Germania Life Insurance
greensward, had a most enjoyable social -
Cornell were guests of the Ocala Houseyesterday. Company and the charter as amended
W. A. Stringfellow of Jacksonvillewas time, and in this were so taken up
filed in this department according to
at the :Montezuma this morning. that the real purpose of the gatheringwas
law, having been approved by the then VARIETY STORE.
overlooked. Mrs. Anderson, the
The purest and finest toilet soaps, a attorney general of the state on May
}Ir. B. ". Blount returned this after- large stock of the best goods alwayson splendid hostess, surpassed herself on 29, 1901.

noon from a business trip to Tampa. hand. Tydings and Company. this occasion, and all voted her an ad-
"The feasibility of such a step has
mirable subject for the next presidentof
Paints, leads, oils and varnishes of Harry Eagleton the Tampa real estate this noble organization. Refresh- therefore been demonstrated. Its justice -I .
all kinds at the Marlon Hardware Co. I and wisdom are beyond question."
man, is here to secure quartersfor ments were served by Miss Mary An-

the Tampa Elks, who will invade derson, Miss Sue Barco and Miss Vio- I
Mr. Robert Parramore and Mr. Davisof I J. Shaw Thompson in whose case I
Ocala next week to the number of let Harris. There were fully thirty
the Eureka section were in town i the jury disagreed this morning, returned : 1
.
100 or less.HOL'SE members of the organization present. I
today. home this afternoon. He is out i ii |

Col. V. J. Shipman, the genial and on his old bail of $4000.
FOR RENT Maj. T. C. whole-souled proprietor of the Monte- i I
Combs, brushes, sponges, and all oth- Hall's cottage in second ward, lately Mr. Gates, an extensive fruit and
i zuma Hotel, is in the throes of rheu-
er toilet articles. Tydings and Com by Mr. Martin. Apply at
occupied vegetable grower from Manatee, was ,
'
matism, and is suffering untold agon-
pany. once. Emmett Robinson, Merchants'block. in town today.
ies from its ravages.

Mrs. H. A. Ford and daughter Miss Try our creams. They are pure and Mr. J. B. Staten came up today from

Emily, have returned from White the turpentine stills at Lebanon and
Miss Mary DeCottes of delicious. C. R Taylor.S.oodro
Springs.Mr. JaCkSOnvllle'1 I Inglis to visit his family.
who has been spending a
1
Miss Paulint Sullivan, will return home i Our Carlos L. Sistrunk, in the legis-
W. A. Murphy and Mr. A. J. McLaughlin -
tomorrow afternoon, accompanied by lature at Tallahassee, made a great
of Fairfield were at the Ocala
Mrs. G. T. Maughs, who will spend a speech Wednesday and won applauseand

..House. last night. ... few days in Jacksonville.The commendation. Carlos is an ora- FOR RHEUMATISM,Cms,SPRAINS,

1 Davin tor. I A SUI1CU1' WOUNDS, OLD SORES, CORNS,BUNIONSGALLSBRUISESCONTRAcr-
Bamboo porch screens, just the thing w
only complete stock of desksin Mr. Gordon S. Scott, chairman of
for the "good old summer time; at
the city. Roll top, in any size; fiat the board of public instruction of Marion ED MUSCLES, LAME BACK STIFF JOINTS, FROSTED FEET
Mclver & MacKay's.Messrs. BURNS SCALDS ETC.
top, in any size; high, or bookkeeper's, I has returned from Tallahassee ,

J. E. McIImurray and J. K. several sizes; all styles ladies' desks (here he accompanied Superintendtnt I AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam-

Dickson of Jacksonville are guests of and combination desks. Mclver & ROOM 12 P. 0- BLOCK I Cam to attend the state convention oft i mation and drives out Pain.

MacKay.An !county: school superintendents. His indisposition -
the Ocala House. and the extreme heat II' PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues pro-
motes free circulation of the Blood
a giving the Muscles natural
Mrs. Sydboten of Thomasville Ga.. alarm of fire at noon today: was OCALA FLORIDA called him home before the close of the elasticity.CURED.

located at Captain Stone's, near the session. While there he had the pleasure -
Is visiting her brother, B. W. Blount, j
on Fort King avenue. public school building. The fire depart- of hearing President Hulley of the'

ment responded quickly and the fire (John B. Stetson University at DeLand, J

Hay rakes, mowers and binders, was extinguished with very little dam- make an address, and one of the finest

either deering or McCormick, at the age to the kitchen roof. he ever listened to. Mr. Scott said OF PARALYSISW. :

Marion Hardware Company.Mrs. REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS I that President Hulley was a distinct
LOST Monday, on the street, between and positive acquisition to the educa- S. Bailey, P. 0. Tree Texas, writes: "My
A. A. Thompson and Miss Florence Rheinauer's store and Mrs. Porter's wife had been suffering five years with paralysis ia
tional interests of the state. I
her arm, when I was persuaded to use Ballard
Thompson of Astor were guestsof residence, a white dress pattern
"Frank," the excellent family horse' Snow Liniment, which effected a complete cure. I
the Ocala House yesterday.The with blue figirre. Please return to this LOANS
of Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss, is suf- I' bare also used it for old sores, frost bites and skin

finest and most complete stockof office. fering with a severe attack of pneumonia eruptions. It does the work.

perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmeticsIn Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, :Miss I something unusual for this time of BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED

the city, at Tydings and Company. Woodrow and Annie Blair Woodrowcame the year. Dr. Walter Hood is attend- REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES

up this afternoon from Wood- ing the suffering animal and hopes to THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c and $1.00
r--.k D. Clower, one of the foremost restore him to health.
mar, on Lake Weir. I BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. .
citizens of Lakeland, and a giant in I
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Blalock of Madison LOUIS U. S. A.
stature, at the Montezuma last ,
reposed Giles' woodyard has the largest supply I who have been visiting their
II III
night. of stove and fireplace wood in the "WOODMAR"Lake daughter at Fulford, on the East Coast.

town. Three wagons running. Prompt I are now in Ocala, on a visit to their I

W. E. McKay of Summerfield.V.. n.1 delivery and large loads. Weir children Mrs. George L. Taylor, Mrs. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS.

Durst of Brooksville\ and C.V.. W. C. Bull and Dr. L. F. Blalock. They
Mr. Lee Miller has the I
purchased
seph of Clearwater reposed at the JO-I expect to remain several weeks.
tezuma last beautiful 16t next to Mr. Cullen's new-
night. EVERY THURSDAY
residence on Fort King avenue and I Mr. R. B. Ervine of the Lanadale I EUREKALOLITCHECZEMA

Do you wish to purchase a home, or will soon begin the erection of a hand- I section, who was summoned to Ocala

are you looking for an investment? If some residence. From now on and each I last week on jury duty and excused i
so, let us tell you about our bargains. because he was ill, went into the hos-

DITTO & MALONEY. Gasolene engines, from two-horse week during the summer pital and remained there until yesterday I CURED

power up-the best and most economical when he returned home, somewhat
Traveling men who visit Ocala should power in the world for a small en months I will go to "'Yomlmar" improved. Dr. Van Hood attended him. I

know that if they stop at the Montezuma gine. We are distributors for the International -
but specific prescribed for over
a
will everything
Thursday on the Miss Mamie Eliason the popular Not something that cure
every
Hotel they can get breakfast at Harvester Company's unexcelled .
of London's most celebrated skin specialists. -
Doctor
Mercantile thirty years by Burgess one
6 a. m., by ordering: the night before, gas and gasolene engines. Call 3 o'clock A. C. L. afternoon |saleslady for the Marion .

and that they can be called at any hour on us or write for particulars The .'Company of Belleview came up last The Eurekalol Eczema Cure is the famous remedy guarantee to quick

of the night. Clerk always on duty. Marion Hardware Company. train, and can accommodate evening to attend the meeting of the relieve and permanently cure any disease of the skin or scalp. It.Is purely

three four night at Rebekahs. Miss Eliason is-much pleased antiseptic and germicidaL We have thousands of testimonials to prove the
or over
I
with the beautiful "City of Oaks"and
-
--- -- --- -- -- true virtue of Its positive cure.
my house, returning on Friday its people. She is boarding with Don't waste your time and money on "cure-alls." The) absolutely do no

'i Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ridge, a lovely
at 1 o'clock.If home. good.Write to us at once for our famous Eurekalol Eczema Cure. It will tell

SELF-PAYING LIFE INSURANCE I the story that (s more convincing than pages of argument. Price, postpaid.
you want to see this Hardy Rainsr, the mighty coon and 50c. and $1.00.Don't .

beautiful propirtlet me otter hunter and fisherman of the Lake suffer from those torturesome Piles. One application of the famous

Kerr section, was in town today to havea Eurekalol Pile Cure will give immediate relief. Proce, postpaid 50 cents.

know day ahead at least. If chat with his old friend, Jno. E. Bal-
REDDITT & MASTERS ley. Mr. R. is a veteran and one of THE EUREKALOL REMEDY CO. 1197 BERGEN ST, BROOKLYN N. Y

you go you need not feel i the bravest men that ever carried a -

obliged to invest in a lot I musket or drew a bead on an enemy.As I
Room No. 5 KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Gary Building. a member of the late Captain }Ic-
although it is my intention Donald's company he was the ideal soldier -
We Have Just Received a Large Shipment Special Rates
sell them all. for intrepii courage. His memory
to '
of Pianos and OrgansOur
District Managers for dwells in our mind because of the incomparable : $11.95-ATLANTA QA, and return.

way he knows how to fry prices and terms are as low as I Tickets on Sale May 14 and 15 limited

The Lots Will be Sold on Easy mullet from the limpid waters of Salt can be obtained elsewhere and your returning to May 20. Extension

FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE INS. GO. Terms. Springs. home merchants need your money. available to June 15 upon payment of

Mayor Bowman of Crystal River was You are invited to inspect our stock fee of SOc upon deposit of ticket with

was a business visitor in the city today before buying elsewhere. special agent not earlier than May

PHILADELPHIA, PA. EVERY THURSDAY and stopped at the Montezuma Ocala Music Company. 15 nor later than May 20.


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