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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.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
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, TUESDAY; JUNE 20, 1905


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RESTAURANT A MYSTERIOUS MURDER How Is Baby Today ?I JAPANESE MADE A JUMP r :


New York June 20.-The nude body Better, thank you. In fact, quite welL,I'j After Sitting Still Three Months, Their
of> a man was found floating In the bay
Fat, round and full of life and mischief. Lines Advanced Twenty Miles
off Governor's island with
yesterday
Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim.I the First Rush
Meals no mark thread of
.%; First Class or clothing upon
pIes. No cough no indigestion.
him which would lead to his Identifica- Tokio June 20.-Advices received
All on account of I
tion. from the front show that until yesterday -

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES The body had a stab in the breast, 1 the Japanese lines on the extreme i j Food to work
the head had been crushed in by a tremendous -
;west had been practically stationary j
blow and there was a large :;for the last three months. I j on is food to live
!
Dining Room open until midnight. Personal wound in the abdomen. i!| The line rested about twenty miles f

attention given to special orders, anythingthe Tht police gave it as their opinion north of Tieling, where it had been I on.
that the body had been in the water j halted in the pursuit of the Russians.
market offers for the table
prepared on "
only forty-eight hours at the time I
of
During the interval of three months A
works
administered
by a mother whose love man to
short notice.
. Its discovery. Nothing in the ofa
way the two armies of the belligerents have
mark appeared upon the body except was She tempered with common sense. I|o, been only about thirty miles apart. I live. He must live

the three initials, "G. T. C.. tattooed in knows that OZOMULSION is Only skirmishes occurred between
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar I
small letters on the left arm. a fountain of energy for grown-ups, them until yesterday when the Jap- to work.

Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. The police have no idea who the dead too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes anese made a rush, advancing twenty
can be and a large numbee of plenty of rich blood. For
person pale, feeble miles before they came to a halt.
people have already viewed the bodyat folk. it is the chief nourisher at life's I He does both
Special Price to Regular Boarders
the morgue with the hope that hisidentity [east It cures Consumption when SUICIDE AT TAMPA better -
could be learned. No one is on
taken in time. All druggists sell it-

THE CARM1GHAEL & SON GOAt missing who bears the slightest resemblance 50 cents and $r.oo the bottle. Let us Arthur J. Sturdivant, a well known
to the
description of the dead
send youFree carpenter of this city, committed sui- Uneeda Biscuit
I man. cide Sunday morning about 8 o'clock at ,

McGrrath.'s StandGADSON'S Sample Bottle by Mall his home on Twenty-third street in

: I' A PUNTA GORDA AMAZON Write letter or postal toOOMULSION Gary, using a pistol to end his life the soda cracker

firing one shot, the ball entering just
'i I Punta Gorda, June 20.-Mrs. J. H. CO. I above the right ear and emergipg thro' that contains in the

Vining a crazy woman of this place, 98 Pine Street, New YorA the left temple, killing him almost in- I

ran amuck yesterday provoking a stantly.On most properly balanced -
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quarrel with her husband and attempting SPECIAL TRAIN TO DENVER Saturday afternoon an operationwas

to terminate his career by the axe performed on him for appendicitisand f proportionsa
route. She threatened him with an axe Via the! Missouri Pacific Railway and though thought to'be on the roaito I

to be eluded and outdistanced in an the Denver and Rio Grande recovery, he tecame possessed of the greater amountof

exciting footrace through the heart of Railroad idea that there was no chance of livingfor

i ANNUAL CLEARANCE the town by the thoronghly frightened Will leave St. Louis at 8:30 a m., him and remarking early Sunday nutriment than

gentleman. She was found to be a July 4, to accommodate the Southern morning. "If I feel as well through today -

veritable arsenal being possessed with: Epworth Leaguers and friends en routeto as I feel now, I believe I will recover I any food made

numerous instruments for inflicting the Seventh International Convention ," later requested one of the, attendants -

torture one of which a razor, she attempted which will be held in Denver July at his bedside to get him a from flour.

SALE. to use on a policeman who In 5 to 9. The train will be made up of drink of water ana while absent reach

his endeavor to impede her progress, special parties from Georgia, Florida, ing under a pillow obtained a pistol

was slashed at several times and blind- Alabama, Tennessee and Kentuckyand discharging the one shot which immediately -

ed by a steady flow of snuff. He was will arrive at Denver Wednesday, proved fatal.-Tampa Herald] UneedaBiscu

compelled to secure aid and a consta- July 5, at 2:30 p. m., going via Kansas
We Must Have Room.
ble responded. In the melee which followed City, Pueblo and Colorado Springs,
I
ending in her Incarceration In "The Scenic Line of the World." THE COLORED PEOPLE'S

the city lockup the constable came in This will be a personally conductedtour

for his share, losing a choice morsel of of great interest to all who decide DEPARTMENT it
35c Jardinnieres 241 .
now :
one of his arms, when bitten several to go. The tourist car rate from .

times by the woman.-Tampa Herald. St. Louis to Denver is 275. Propor-
75c Jardinnieres now 49c. tionate rates from points in the South- Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor.

TORTURE OF A PREACHERThe east. Each berth accommodates two
$1.50 Jardinnieres now 98c.
story of the torture of Rev. O. D. persons. Star dues are In order. 5'I

Moore, pastor of the Baptist church of For descriptive matter, sleeping car .
,
:Mrs.: S. J. Keeler is convalescent.He .
Rubber shoes for men, women and children 19c. Harpersville, N. Y., will Interest you. reservations and all other information
write to I. E. Rehlander, Traveling
He says: "I suffered agonies, because who laughs last laughs best.
Men's JOc sox, red, blue and black now 7c pair. I of a persistent cough, resulting from i Passenger Agent, Chattanooga, Tenn.

I SOc men's black satin shirts, now 35c. the grip. I had to sleep sitting up In :Miss: :Mary: A. Green is decidedly bet- I I BISCUIT COMPANY'D01l'torllt
SUMMER TOURIST RATES ter.
bed. I tried many remedies without

I SOc men's work shirts, now 38c each. relief, until I took Dr. King's New VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE I
Annual clearance sale is going on a:

I 25c and SOc suspenders, now 20c and 35c pair.A Discovery for Consumption, Coughsand the Ocala Bazar. I
i Colds, which entirely cured my If you contemplate visiting summer
cough and saved me from consump- resorts see ticket agents Atlantic Woman wanted to cook and do
I
tion. A grand cure for diseased con- Coast Line, and get all informationwith housework. Apply at this office.

i big line large white tray cloths at Sc each. ditions of Throat and Lungs. At the reference to rates, routes, sched- Lake Charm excursion over the S. A. Graham Crackers

Lace table covers and pillow shams J3c each. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Price, 60c ules and Pullman service. Summer L., on the 30th, at $1 for the round Butter Thin Biscuit
and $1. Guaranteed. Trial bottle free. tourist rates are now in effect to all
1 1I trip.
1I I I 4 the principal resorts throughout the Social Tea Biscuit

i Have just put on sale all our Glassware Tinware LOW ROUND TRIP RATES country with return limit October 31. The baseball entertainment last nightat
,
Odd Fellows' hall .
FROM OCALA VIA Rates have been announced to all the was quite a Lemon Snaps

:, Crockery, and Cooking Utensils at cost to get room for ATLANTIC COAST LINE springs, mountain and seashore resort success.

For the first tfme round trip ticketsare Wanted, a woman to assist in cook-

: 5c AND tOe COUNTER GOODS $18.25-KNOXVILLE, TENN. Tickets now on sale to resorts in New Ens- ing, etc. Apply at Chapman's restau-

;, sold June 18. 19, 20. 24, 25. July 1. 8, land territory. rant. Main street, near laundry.
9, 15, 1905, final limit fifteen days addition I
:, d d to date of sale. Extension of QUALITY VS. QUANTITYHard Zion M. E. church and Sunday school I
: limit can be secured by deposit of will hold their annual picnic near the
lime kiln Come and bring
en .en ticket. muscles and strong body do not Friday. your
: BIG LINE
.. J 19.30-NASHVILLE. TENN. Tickets depend on the quantity of food you eat baskets.

i i y i sold June 11. 12. 13, 19, 20, 2I, July but on its perfect digestion and proper For advertisements on credit you will

tI) 2, 3, 4, 1905 final limit 15 days, but assimilation. When you take Kodol have to consult the publishers. We are

3 Q Fire Works t g extension can be secured to September Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all compelled to have cash in advance or

30, 1905. the nourishment out of all the food you no insertion.All EUREKALOLITCHECZEMA
-r at5 eat. It digests what you eat regardlessof
$13.15-TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Tickets subscribers are notified to havea
the condition of the stomach and
ALL KINDS FOR J sold June 15, 16. 17. 19, 24, 26. July 1, the special place designated for the Starto
conveys nutrient to the
8,10,1905, final limit fifteen days, but proJ.ltI'tles be left, or they will be left out. This CUREDNot
blood and tissues. This builds and
extension granted to September 30, up notice is final. I
4th of d 1905. strengthens the entire system. Kodol
I July. cures Indigestion. Dyspepsia, Belching, Hugh McCracklin. who has been in
: $35.85-BUFFALO. N. Y. Tickets sold Sour Stomach, Weak Heart. etc. Sold the city for several days, visiting rela- something that will cure everything, But a specific prescribed for over

July 8, 9 and 10, final limit July 25, by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. tives and friends, left yesterday for th? ists.thirty years by Doctor Burgess one of London's most celebrated skin speclaJ-

but extension can be secured to Au- East Coast.
The Eurekalol Eczema Cure is the famouj remesy guaranteed to quickly
gust 4, 1905. Stop-over privilege allowed -
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Yearly excursion to Savannah and relieve and permanently cure any disease of the skin or scalp. It Is purely
at Philadelphia, Baltimore and Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter Columbia via the S. A. L., July 2. Ratesto antiseptic and germicidal. We have thousands of testimonials to prove the
Washington, returning.U5.7GDE."lVER 4888, Laws of Florida. true virtue of its positive cure.
OCALA I Savannah, $6. and to Columbia, S8,
BAZAARONLY COL Tickets sold Notice is hereby given that J. J. Fort, for the round trip. Don't waste your time and money on "cure-alts." The) .solutey do no

June 29, 30, July 1, 2 and 3, with final purchaser of tax certificates No. 520 I good.Write
limit July 14, but extension can All cash job work done in the Star to us at once for our famous Eurekalol Eczema Cure. It will tell
and 521, dated 1st
the day of June, A.
office entitles the to vote the that Is
so story than
be secured to August 8. 1905. Same person more convincing pages of argument. Price, postpaid.
D. 1903 has filed said certificates in -
many times according to the amount 50c. and $1.00.Don't
TWENTY-FIVE rates apply to Colorado Springs and my office and has made application for paid. See the publishers for full In- I suffer from those torturesome Piles. One application of the famous
Pueblo. Stop-overs allowed at Col- tax deed to issue in accordance with formation. Eurekalol Pile Cure will give immediate relief. Price, postpaid, 50 centt.
'
orado common points. law. Said certificates embrace the following -
Furnished rooms to rent at 75c. per THE EUREKALOL REMEDY CO. 1197 BERGEN ST.. BROOKLYN N.
DOLLARS $35.55-ASBURY PARK, N. J. Tick- described property situated in y.
week single, or $1 for couple, in a.d-
i ets sold June 29, 30, July 1. t, 1905 Marion county, Florida, to-wit: Net,
vance. Prepared meals at all prices
for rail lines, and June 26 to 30, Inclusive of nw>,4 and nw% of sw%, sec 20, tp
medicines, etc. Call and be economical.Mrs. .
via South Atlantic ports and 15, r0.. The said land being assessedat
:Mary Jones, at the old Home Ba-
steamer; final limit July 10, but extension the date of the issuance of such
MEMPHISTO kery, Orange !street ciL/ik. Beer is Good for You
can be secured to August 31, certificate in the name of unknown and
1905. R. S. HalL Unless said certificatesshall Cleaning, pressing dyeing and repairing i

$85.70-PORTLAND. OREGON. Seat- be redeemed according to law tax: at John Jackson's and Wil!
?
tle, Washington, Tacoma Washington deed will issue thereon on the 22nd day liam's establishment. Ladies' clothinga I,4L1rThe

DENVER I II Bellingham Washington, Everett of July, A. D. 1905. specialty. Work done with neatness : malt is a food; the hopsa
and satisfaction guaranteed. South
Washington. Victoria B. C., Van- Witness my official signature an-1
I Orange street, two doors below Pow- tonic. The alcohol-only 3# per centisan
seal this the 20th of
couver, B. C.. going via any direct day June A. D.
And Return. route, returning via same or any oth- 1905. S. T. Sistrunk, ers' grocery. aid to digestion; a healthful:: stimulant.

er direct route. Tickets on sale May Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla The Magnolia Restaurant ana Ice

Correspondingly low rates from all points in the Southeast.! Tickets on .ae! 22 to September 30, inclusive. Cream Parlor is now open night and Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of

June 30 to July 4, inclusive. $86.20-TO SAN FRANCISCO, and Los L.ALEXANDERPractical day served for to the order.public.Ice Meals cream and and lunches cake a eleanliness -cooled in filtered air and

Angeles California. Tickets on sale specialty. Give us a trial Jesse Mc-
ROCK ISLAND GEO. H. LEE, S. L. PARROTT at intervals in months of May, June, Duffy proprietor.Two every bottle is sterilized.

Gen. Pass A9t. Dist Pass.Agt., July, August and September.
copies of the Nashville, Tenn.,
a ROUTE Little Rock, Ark Atlanta, Ga. .i$38.25-TORONTO, ONT. Tickets sold CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful I daily papers, namely, the Nashville! I It is one of the best things in the world for you.

June 19, 20, 22. 23, 1905. final limit i American and the Nashville Banner,
It does not ferment the stomach because it
June 30, but extension can be secur- estimates made on all contract j I I have reached our desk, and contain on ,

ed to August 25. 1905. work. Gives more and better work I excellent editorial comments on the is aged-aged for months in refrigeratingrooms
for the money than any other in town. I able and address of ProfessorJ.
$12.45-ATHENS, GA. Tickets sold scholarly
before it is marketed.It
HARDWARE I June 23, 24, 25, 26, July 1, 8, 15, 1905 L. Wiley of Fessenden, Fla., at the .

with final limit fifteen days from college alumni and normal alumni association i gives beer without biliousness. Ask

day of sale, but extension can be +t THE of Fisk University. It was one you
secured to September 30 1905. of the ablest, most logical and eloquent. your doctor what he thinks about drinking
We carry a full and complete line of productions ever delivered in Nashville. I
$21.35-0XFORD, MISS. Tickets sold I Schlitz beer. Ask for
Subject: "Leadership and Its Res On- For sale
June 12, 13. 14. 20. 27, July 5. 11, 18, TEXAS PACIflC by
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS 25, 1905. limit fifteen days from date sibilities." We are not surprised, whenwe !|! the Brewery Bottling.ajhe TheCarm ;&Sonco.I .
fop remember that Professor Wiley i j i I
of sale, but extension can be secur- I'I
.. 'gy'p RAILWAY + ranks Florida's best teachers, v
Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of. ed to September 30. 1905. among
and possesses the elements that wellbefit :j Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
Summer Tourist Rates are on sale to I
him for the position he holds.A
WIRE FENCING all Summer Resorts In the South.
The Great Eastern
For further information call uponor BARGAIN IN LUMBERWe I
PHOSPHATE, TURPENTINE and write to and Western Line

J. C. Maughs. F. J. Huber have a large quantity of second

MILL SUPPLIES. C. T. A.. D. T. A. Across the Entire States ol hand lumber of all kinds which we will

Ocala Florida sell cheap and on terms to suit cus

Sisli, Doors, Blinds and Cltss. Farming aid Garden Implements or! all Kinds T. C. White. D. P. A, Tampa Fla. TEXAS find LOUISIANO tomer. Ditto & Maloney.


ASTHMA SUFFERERS LOOK! LOOK!

This is the Tool] SHOULD KNOW THIS TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTION

Foley's Honey and Tar has cured Direct Line to Marion opera house, July 4. the

"+ -FUR- I many cases of asthma that were considered Home Standard Concert Company will
give one of their best up-to-date plays,
hopeless. Mrs.
Adolph Bues- NORTH TEXAS
ir.g. 701 West Third St. Davenport Ia, all the new songs, latest jokes an:3 DyspepsiaCure

I Fall and Spring Crops writes: "A severe cold, contracted NEW MEXICO dances. Don't fail to see Billy Rich-
twelve ardson and others, whose names will j
years ago was neglected untilIt ARIZONAand
the bills. '! A
appear on
finally grew into asthma. The best ,
medical skill available could not give L E. Tompkins, Manager j!

We will be pleased me more than temporary relief. Fo- I
CALIFORNIA I Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion dyspepsia
ley's Honey ani Tar was recommendedand TO COLORED CITIZENS sour stomach,

to see you at all one 50 cent bottle entirely cured WRITK fOX NEW BOOK OF TEXAS. FRKi Remember to cast your ballots, in the I j tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach nervous

times me of asthma, which had been growingon big free library contest for Howard[ i:j stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.

me for twelve years, and If I had taken E. P. TURNER Academy. Read the conditions In Sat- !

MPi RI0N H A RDW A RE CO It at the start I would have been General urday's Star. Save your Star cou lnpan4_wry.fl.c.s W>>ewna s.i. Make.D1DsaIe lite What B.eatb r...iweef E. .a.u.ri.l.i.lv.i4.... .1&1....0.

saved year of suffering. Sold by the Passenger Agent pons. A. J. Johnson. t ac.cl1.v1L V II.-. Vl.t.rNw4ofw

SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MacDUFF. Postoffice Drugstore.! a DALLAS, TEXAS I Principal Howard Academy. ,OLD BY THE ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA.I .












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OCALA OCCURRENCESOdd WEATHER FORECAST THE BUSIEST BALLOT A TEA DEMONSTRATIONOn

mNRij & CIIAMBLISS

Fellows meet this evening. Washington. June 20.-Partly cloudy BOX IN TOWN IS AT On Thursday afternoon. June 22, we COMMERCIAL BANK Possibly you are now doing .

tonight and Wednesday. will give a Tea Party for the ladies,

and would like to have you and your business at this bank
The city council meets tonight. T W TROXLER'S OCALA, FLA.
BANKERS Dr. G. B. Parramore of Eureka wai friends come. We think our tea is the If so, very good. If not,

Rebekahs meet Thursday night. in town today, en route home from best on the market and want you to Branch Commercial Bank JacksonvilleHY

Tampa, where he attended the State Here is where you can cast a sample it. We will make it to suit you wouldn't it be well for you ..

Limeade from freeh llmea, at Taylor's. Ocala Florida Pharmaceutical Association. Mrs. Par- half vote with a drink of soda. and will follow your instructions. ROBINSON, President,
Glencian Estate extra quality Ceylon, to start an account with us. ',
ramore, sister and daughter were with The little votes count because there S. H. BLITCH :
Manager,
the doctor, having been at Golden Beauty Ceylon. London Warehouse -
they visiting
are so many more of them. They With abundant
Bruce Meffert came down today from LOANS. DEPOSITS. Orlando. come with greater frequency and Standard, Extra Choice London J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager capital, and _

Dock English Breakfast Moyune Gunpowder -
Lowell. soon multiply into the thousands. with the best of facilities we
,
and Royal Crest are some of CAPITAL, $100,000
CONSERVATISM. ACCOMMODATION Hon. Newton A. Blitch arrived in the Get busy and vote here for your
We will" not be undersold for cash our leaders. You are cordially invited .
city today to inspect the state convict favorite in the great are prepared to give you
Other will Surplus and Undivided Profits, $37-
The Fair.J. camps in this section. He was accom goods be sampled. O. K.

Grocery, Clark Bro!'!. 885.37 superior service.
panied by the new inspector, Mr. Harvey -
C. Wheeler went to Inverness this I M. J. Timmons and wife of Citra Clark of Blountatown,, whom Mr. LIBRARY CONTEST.Seats .
afternoon. dined at the Montezuma today as did RATES
I Blitch is initiating into the routine -
,, R. L Barnes, the Etna turpentine operator for all voters and a council
work. In the future the state will be
A full line of cigars and tobacco. Ty- divided room for you to devise your Via the Louisville and Nashville Railroad
into tw) inspection districts.
ding It Co. line of battle. Don't go away JUST RECEIVED

We are glad to say that at last wa The following low round trip rates
At Rheinauer1, Hammocks from CoL and Mrs. W. N. Camp, Miss Let\ Without Voting for Your _
have gotten through overhauling our from Jacksonville to various pointy' .
$1.50 to $15. Camp and Mr. W. N. Camp, Jr.. left today '--:;
store, and are now in better shape Favorite at North and West will be in effect on
for Savannah to visit Mrs. Geo. F. 72 Three-piece, brown, half lined Suits made by :
than ever to show our good. The dates shown. Proportionately low ,

flavori A cooling at Taylor's.drink of the moat approved Ocala News Company. Camp.Armstrong, daughter of Col. and Mrs. TROXLER'S.WALL -ates from other points. the famous G. Marks]2& Company, merchant tailors '

PORTLAND, OREGON: Rate, 8080. New York. Made to retail for $(7. Our
Combs, brushes sponges, and all oth- up _
July 4th in Ocala, in 1905, will belong er toilet articles. Tydings and Com- DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUREDby Account Louis and Clark Centennial
P remembered.Dr. Fair. Tickets sold certain dates May price
pany. local applications, as they cannot
PAPER 23 to September 28, with final limit
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
Powers made a professional visit J. D. Robertson. the promoter and return 90'days.
There Is deafness
only one to
to Cltronelle today. turpentine: is for way cure If you wish wirk done in the wall paper DENVER COLO. Rate
operator looking a and that is by constitutional remedies. $#2.65. Ac-
line let us send our man with sam- $9.98
$40 trusty, who filled his pockets with Deafness is caused by an Inflamed count International Epworth League
condition ples for your inspection.
At Rheinauer't, Bathing Suits for substance and Convention. .
I commissary took to the of the Tickets sold June 29 to
mucous lining of the Eus- DITTO & MALONEY.
(ladies, men and boys. woods as he was driving a wagon to tachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed July 20.: inc.. final return limit Au-

Mr. R. S. Hall is temporarily movinghis his Whitney camp. you have a rumbling sound or DOG LOS gust 8. We invite our customers to inspect these suits f.

imperfect hearing, and when it is en- A female BUFFALO N. Y. Rate, J32.80. Account
Boston bull terrier
office to Tampa.All We furnish pup,
any style collar you see tirely closed, Deafness Is the result, brindle with little mange on side and annual meeting Grand Lodge B. P. O. before they are picked over.
in Ocala on 5c. counter. The Ocala
our and unless the inflammation E. Tickets sold July 8 to 10, inc.,
honest competitors will be met Bazar. can be taken head. Answers to name of Judge. A I
out and this tube restored to its reward will be for her to with final limit July 25.
by The Fair-Groceries. paid return _
normal condition, hearing will be destroyed J. W. Pearson. TORONTO, CANADA. Rate, J35.20. THE BOSTON STORE. .

Dr. E. G. Lindner, Jr., of Anthonywas forever. Nine Account International Epworth
cases out of ten
Try our creams. They are pure and i
delicious. C. E. Taylor. registered at the Montezuma yesterday are caused by Catarrh, which Is noth i BRICK BLOCK IN OCALA, $-WOOI League Convention. Tickets sold

as was Dr. Taylor of Crystal ing but an inflamed condition of the June 10 to 23. inc., final return limit
River. If taken soon, we have for sale a
mucous surfaces. I August 25.NASHVILJ.E.
Merchant Rusco of Welrsdale was a' brick block
containing three stores,
Brick City caller today.Dr. We will give One Hundred Dollars TENN. Rate 1625.
Do you wish to purchase a home large hall, six offices above on very
or for Account Peabody College Summer
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh BEAUTIFUL NEW
are you looking for an investment? If reasonable terms. A fine investment; SONG
Liklns is prepared to examine the ,) that cannot be cured by Hall's School: Vanderbilt Biblical Insti
so. let us tell you about our bargains. will pay 15 per cent or more. If interested __
human eye scientifically. Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, tree tute. Tickets sold certain dates, June
DITTO & MALONEY.Mrs. .
Inquire of Ditto & Maloney
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Ocala, Fla.SPRAINED. 11, July 4, final limit September 30.

Buffets and china closets all prices W. S. Durst returned from Sold by druggists. '5. Take Hall's KNOXVILLE, TENN. Rate, $16.85.

Ocala Furniture Company.We Madison yesterday, where she attended Family Pills for Constipation. ANKLE, STIFF NECK, Account Summer Schoo* of the South. "BACK AMONG THE

the state meeting of the Epworth Tickets sold certain dates June 18 to .

handle first class goods only. The League. Miss Edith Bachelder remained Bureau trunks in several sizes and LAME SHOULDERThese July 15, inc., final return limit September CLOVER AND THE: BEES"

Fair A. L. Webb, proprietor. to further enjoy a visit with friends. grades. The newest, prettiest and are three common ailments for 30. L LBy

Mrs. Geo. L. Taylor will also return handiest trunk for the ladles that was i i,I which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is especially For full information, schedules and .

Rooms to rent, furnished or unfurnished home later. ever made. McIver & MacKay.A valuable. If promptly applied, rates to any point North or West, call the Author of "Where the Silvery Colorado Wends

at 65 North Magnolia. St. I it will save you time, money and on or write George E. Herring, Fla.

Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the big stock of handsome screens of : fering when troubled with any of sut-I I Pass. Agt. L. & N. R. R., 206 W. Bay Its Way," and "The Girl I Loved Out in the

Mr. J. }'1. Neely came up from Okla scalp clean if used according to direc- all sizes and patterns, from two feet !I ailments. For sale by the Postoffice St. Jacksonville. Fla. Golden West."
waha today to do some shopping.
tions. Made and sold by the Postoffice to seven feet high at Mclver & Mac- I Drugstore. .

Drugstore. Kay's. Rev. C. C. Carroll preached Dr. Armtrong's
Don't forget to include Clover Hill 1 NEW TAILOR SHOP s funeral sermon yesterday. Mrs, A Picture Free With Each Copy.
butter in order to the Fair.
your Mr. D. M. Boney who has developed The Ocala Furniture Company hasan Mr. Peter Ingram who has _been J. M. Barco. Mrs. Carrie Long and Mrs

wonderful faculties in the optical line, exceptionally handsome lot of i ew resting up for several years, has again John Bishop attended the funeral.
"Back Among the Clover and tha
has returned from New York, where he hall racks and sideboards. entered into the tailoring business, andis
Bees. a new song. Ocala Music Co.
received several flattering offers for prepared to take and all orders *n Miss Mamie Watson, after a pleasant

At Rheinauer's, Patent Mosquito his services. FOR RENT-Desirable cottage, belonging his line at room 9, 2nd floor, Gary visit to her brother Mr. F. L. Watson DCAl'A MUSIC CO1 H

NU at special low price, to :Major T. C. Hall, on Elchel- block. and his wife, has returned to her Ja'ksom.Ule

Cultivators, disc and peg-tooth bar berger Heights. Apply to E. E. Robin home.

rows, and all manner of farm and son, Merchants' NEW MUSICWe .
Mr. Robert Taylor and Captain Johnson gar-I block. Terms reason JEWELERS.
I den tools. The Marion Hardware Mrs. Paul Davis had the misfortune
able.
went to Kendrick this afternoon.Mr. I have a nice lot of new music. .
I Ocala Music Co.OCALA yesterday in attempting to draw a nail 1 --- I
Dr. Smith received a dispatch this r
Edward Holder came up from For the next sixty days we will sell from a window with a hammer to have
noon to meet the train
his "retreat" near Dunnellon today. freight coming an iron bed a week at cost. ONLY ONEA HOUSE CAFE the handle of the hammer strike her
from Crystal River and take
charge full in the right causing much
of Mr. Fred Robertson, one of the pro WEEK. These are of high quality,, Opposite A. C. L. passenger depot, Is eye
Mrs. Howell and little daughter fro m Dutch design trimmed I pain and disfigurement.
[In brass. Comeand
prietors of the Oxford Crate Company I I I now open, under new management and .
near Istachatta were in town today. see them. PIttman & Son, the fur first class in respect. The only "
at that who every
place, was seriously injured. I I C. H. Dame the successful organiz<
niture
W* are headquarters for fancy box The wounded man will be takento I men. place in Ocala serving Western meats. for the Woodmen of the World, is
Whiteside and Troxler
,
the
paper, tablets, etc. Ocala News Co. hospital. If you want coupons to "vote In the Proprietors. spending this week at Center Hill i in

library contest, take the Sumter county.
Star
"Where the Silvery Colorado Wend Our stock of trunks is second to non renew I

Its Way." We hay It. Ocala Music Co.At In the state; any size, style or finish back your bill.subscription Money paid and here pay for up advertisements your I TEN TIMES EASIER The Star Is pleased to see that in thTallahassee VARIETY'STORE

; all prices from the cheapest to It is ten times easier to cure coughs,
teachers' examination for
job work
I
Rheinauer's, a Fine Selection of i the best made, at McIver & MacKay's. I for coupons. or subscriptionscalls croup, whooping cough and all lung first grade certificates Hugh Williams _

Bureau, Saratoga and Steamer Trunk:. and bronchial affections when the ot the Oak Vale section, in the northwestern -
At Rheinauer's the Latest Styles orLadies' bowels
are open. Kennedy's LaxativeHoney
Hay rakes, mowers and binders, portion of Marion, was on?
"The Girl I Loved Out in the Gold'n: Low Shoes, made by Utz & either and Tar it the original Laxative who
I Jeering or McCormick at the successfully passed. He was a pupil -
Its Wa)." We have it, Ocala Music C o. Dunn and Wickart & Gardiner. Marion Hardware Company. Cough Syrup. Gently moves the bow l in the Florida College at Tallahassee. -

I els and expels all cold from the sys .

After today the naval stores quota II I Mr. J. E. Terrell and daughter left The only complete stock of desksin tem. Best for Coughs, Colds, Croup,

tions will no longer be received at ,I for Jacksonville today where Mr. Twill the city. Roll top, in any size; flattop Whooping Cough, etc. Remember the The house party, which is now i In .

Strauss'. take charge of the ConfederateVeterans' in any size; high, or bookkeeper's, name 'Kennedy's," and see that the progress at the hospitable home of Mr. - --

Home. several sizes; all styles ladies' desks red clover blossom and the honey bee and Mrs. Zewadski for the delectation

We are offering some bargains in and combination desks. Mclver & is on the bottle. Sold hy the AntiMonopoly ot their sons, Osco and Guy and the J. R. MARTIN & CO.
books, novelties, etc., at the Ocaia Bamboo porch screens, just the thing MacKay. Drugstore.
entertainment of their school friend?.
News Co. for the "good old summer time," at 1
lessrs. Birdsey. West Giles and Her-
Mclver & MacKay's.n When in need of in EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
anything fancy
zog, partook last night of a watermelon

Otis Landers came in today fro LOST-on or about May 1 I lefta china, dinner sets, crockery of any kind Edison records, only 35 cents; large party on the lawn, which was inter GENERAL LIVERYMEN

Quincy, where he has been helping the I suit case with brass trimmings In I try the Ocala News Co. selection in stock. Can furnish any spersed with pleasing music. Those

Times office. Edison record in three or four days. present were Captain J. M. Turner and
some hotel or business house in th
!
Dr. Likins carries the largest line of
I city of Ocala. Being a stranger I failed Perpetual points will give sweeter music wire of Gainesville Misses Sallie Camp,, Fine Carriages and Traps
Buggies
This Is kodak weather. We sell ko(- astigmatic and prescription lenses i Inthe ,
more natural tone than oth- Louise Scott
any Sue Anderson, Eloise sill
daks and kodak things. The Postoftice to locate it. Whoever it was left state. If need glasses consulthim I.
Drugstore. with please notify G. W. Cleveland you er. You can play Edison records: three ter I Bessie Porter and Miss DaCostaof Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. _

chief of police. W. Guthrie. thousand times. Call and hear and Gainesville and the young gentlemen

see for yourself. A. E. Burnett, Ocala, already named. The occasion was a I
Mr. J. II. Mathews returned today FOR RENT-The Howard Munroe Fla. FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES
i FOR SALE-At city pound Wednesday delightful one. ,
from Candler where his wife Is visiting residence on South Lime Street, recently -
noon, a cow without mark :)r
her father. brand. vacated by Mr. E. P. Thagard. A Just received at the Ocala News Co., Mayor Edwards held the scales i in Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses

11 I handsome ten-room residence, with all a choice lot of fireproof bowls and the following cases this morning: W. L.

),Ir!!. C. L. Bittinger was taken !ill modern conveniences. Apply to the earthenware of all kinds. Call and see I Griffin15. McCully, assault, $5 and Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. -
Have you seen those little alcohol Blount Real Estate .
Sunday night and is under the of Company.Are -
care it. costs; Abram Bingham and G. W. Griffin -

Dr. D .M. Smith. stoves at the Postoftice Drugstore. Just both colored and both forfeited MARTIN & CO.
( the thing for these hot days, and cheap, you Interested In photography?
2'R
I their bonds the first for using inflamed
CREAMERY BUTTER
Call and see the bed springs that we ,i too. Costs you 75c. for the stove and Do you enjoy the many pleasures that language and the latter for being too :

give you a life time guarantee on. Ocala 2c. an hour to run It. come from the use of a little kodak? 25 CENTS A POUND belligerent. ----- -

Furniture Company. Let us do your developing and printingor
The Carmichael & Son Co.
keep constantly -
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead and Miss Nellie you. We will do It reasonably
on hand, receiving a fresh supply Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tillis and son :
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beck of the Fel- HARWLRE:
Hooper came up from Lake Weir today much less than you have been pay
lowship section were in town today, to do some shopping. I ing. Give us a trial. J. W. Sylvester every two days, delicious, pure. went down to Lake Weir for a week or A

chopping. 84 Wenona street, or Ocala News Com I Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per ten days' fishing and bathing. They will

New summer styles In matting a pany. pound kept on Ice. Phone No. 37. tarry while there with Mr. and a Ir. We sell nothing but Hardware and Its accompanying lines, but we do sell

An unusually pretty stock or jaram- large variety and a wide scale of prices Clarence Smith. that We bought right, in large quantities, usually in carload factory ship

nleres, of different patterns, and all to select from. Mclver & MacK y'a. If in a kind of bilious mood THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITEFor ment lots, and we are selling at retail more Hardware, better and cheaper

sizes, at McIver & MacKay's.Miss You wish an aid to digest food.No Coughs, Croup Whooping Cough July 4th will be the biggest day of: Hardware than any house In Central Florida.
the year in Ocala
Miss Williams i* visiting her sister other pill !s half so good etc. One Minute Cough Cure Is the

Lady Lake Sallie today Teague to came see her up from sick ''I Mrs. C. S. Sims, of the Oak Vale section As DeWitt's Little Early Risers. children's favorite. This Is becausers it J M. Blair came up from Oklawahatoday WE ARE THE PEOPLE'S FRIENDS.

in the northwestern portion of th. The famous little pills Early Rise contains no opiate, is perfectly harmless .
brother Mr. Samuel W. Teague. and retorted everything progressing We know whoa they need; we always have it and sell It at a living profit ..
I county. cure Constipation Sick Headache, BilIousness :I- tastes good and cures. Sold by
nicely
only. Some of our many specialties are Paints, Sun Proof and DeVoea
etc. They never gripe or tits Antl-[ lonopoly Drugstore.
_ The purest and finest toilet soaps. a among them, Oils and Varnishes, Leads, Glass and Putty. Wire and Flejd
j Remember, you get 1000 votes for sicken, but impart early rising Perry Edwards, the noted barbeculst;
large stock of the best goods always | energ
y.ar1 i Fencing of all kinds. Stoves and Ranges, several of the best makes. Water
on hand. Tydin&s and Company. I lone year's subscription to the Dally Good for children or adults. Sold R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK I and hunter indulged in a fiveacrecantaloupe Coolers Ice Cream Freezers etc.

Star; 400 votes for six months, and the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. crop on his place, six miles

Judge W. A Kocker. who has been I I 150 votes for three months and 200 FULLER & BLALOCK out on the Blitchton hard road and is Give us your business. WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.

visiting his grove at Leesburg, reports I I I[I. votes for a year's subscription to then Nunnally's candies, fresh every week, pleased to say :t netted him J200. ,

the lakes and ponds unusually low i I. Weekly Star. by express, and only 60c. per pound. DENTAL SURGEONS sides this he has a splendid crop Beof T. W. SMITH & CO.

that section. You don't have to pay for the namein I corn pindars beans, sweet potatoes
Offices over Munroe & Chambliss Bank .
I
Now is the time you will be want- buying these goods, and there Is no I i ana cotton. "i'erry" is a deserving -- ---

FOR RENT-The handsome DelouI i iing to hang new shades on your win- better candy sold in this market Sand old | OCALA, FLA. colored man and has the confidence and I ....

I est residence in the fourth ward, one doves, and you might look a long time I recommended by the Postoff ice I respect of every white man who knows France and Germany have about concluded SHARP'S FERRY

of the best houses. in town containing i J before you found anything prettier at I Drugstore. I Terms Cash him. they won't fight this time.

I all modern conveniences. Apply to Ditto ::as low prices ail the ones being shown A Big Gator Tries to Carry Off a

(, & Maloney. I I by Pittman and Son. the furniture men. Do you suffer with asthma or catarrh J. E. CHACE, IN MAD CHASE CUBAN DIARRHOEA Young Bull

? Then use Adam's Cure. Price 1:. & soldiers served in Cuba during
Millions rush In mad chase after .: The alligators are getting very bold
50c. Satisfaction guaranteed. For the Spanish war know what this dis-
I DENTAL SURGEON health, from one extreme of faddism to I I up on the prairie' above here. A huge
sale by Tydings & Co.Giles' ease is, and that ordinary remedies I
SELF another, when, if they would only eat I one caught a grown cow belonging to
PAYING Office Upstairs Commercial Bank -' have little more effect than so much'
good food, and keep their bowels regu- Mr. Waters. This alligator measured
woodyard has the largest sup- : Building Ocala, Florida. I water. Cuban diarrhoea is almost asj I
lated with Dr. King's New Life Pills 15 feet in length. Another large alligator -
ply of stove and
fireplace wood in the i
LIFE to m. Three wagons running. Prompt TERMS, CASH.Pt'OIIt' their troubles would all pass away. i: severe and dangerous as a mild attack I j. caught a four-year-old bull belonging -
.INSURANCE.C. [ of cholera. There is one remedy, however '
delivery and large loads. Prompt relief and quick cure for ail ; to Sid Holley. A colored man
that can always be depended upon -
troubled with indigestion liver and stomach trouble. :!5c. at the : found him trying to carry the beast In

FEEL IMPENDING DOOM should try our Raw Oatmeal Biscuit Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Guarantees.t J| as will be seen by the following cer- the river and succeeded in killing him.

and Whole Wheat Milk Biscuit, a pure, I tificate from Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, of He also measured 15 feet. Now what

K. REDDITT Tie feeling of impending doom In nutritious and digestible product of LOST-A small bay pony named 'j Houston, Texas- "I hereby certify that do you think of this?

the minds of many victims of Bright'sdisease whole grain of the wheat and rich milk, Dolly: white star in forehead harness j j Chamberlain's Colic. Colera and Diar-

Room No. 5 and diabetes has been changedto with no butter 01 lard. lOc. marks on back and small white spots. I]1 rhoea Remedy cured my husband of a A FEARFUL FATE *
Gary Building.DISTRICT' i severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea ,.
thankfulness by the benefit derived Notify Mr. Foglestrom at the spoke and !
which he home from Cuba. We
i brought
from taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It rim factory, and a reward will be paid. :i I It Is a fearful rate to nave to endure
i 05K.CROCERY I had several doctors but they did him
will cure Incipient Bright's disease and the terrible torture of Piles *1 can
MANAGER FOR One bottle of this
:no good. remedy
diabetes and In the Gasolene rrom two-horse "
even worst casesgive engines ) truthfully say, writes Harry Colaon.
I comfort and relief. Slight disor- power up-the best and mist economical 1 cured him as our neighbors will tes- of :Masonvllle Ia.
"that for Blind.
ders are cured in a few days. "I had power In the world for a smail en- i tify. I thank God for so valuable a Pl ding, Itching and '

FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE isUrai ch: co.PNO.ADFiPNIA diabetes in its worst form writes Ma- (,'I I gine.ternatIonal We are Harvester distributors Company's for the un-In- ,i j Drugstore.medicine." For sale by the Postoffice Bucklen's Arnica Salve Protruding is the best Piles cure,

rlon Lee I
of Dunreath. Ind. "I tried CLARK BROS. made." Also best for
Proprietors; excelled gas and gasolene engines. Call Cuts Burns and

PA eight physicians without relief. Only I I on us or write for particulars. The All colors In crepe tissue paper now Injuries. 25c. at the Anti-Monopoly

three bottles of Fol}'s Kidney Cure Phone 174 Marlon Hardware Company. 5c. r>for roll At the Ocala Bazar. Drugstore.
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PAGE TWO OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1905 '-. .
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EVENING STAR 'Y.fi OF J :>

@ @ pti CAPITAL $50,000.00' t

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C. L, BITTINGER & CO. /.-c ...... 7r TI ""'"'. ;, .-; r'
\ HERBERT A.
= FORD President.

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll N'' GEO. H. FORD, Vice President.F. .

I L. WATSON, Cashier;
Proprietors and Publishers. :. .Ar ;-
t II

C. L. BITTINGER, ; I
,
Editor and -General Managre. 3 I GENTRALNATIONAL BANK


R. R. CARROLL, !

City Editor and Business Manager WHEN FATHER RODE THE GOAT "

'p OF OCALA.f
THE EDITORS IN OKLAHOMA The house is full of arnica n

And mystery profound, i
Oklahoma Is Increasing In population We are Offering Some Extra Good We do not dare to run about r J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON

faster than any of the states In Values inkQUEEN Or make the slightest sound, GEO, MACKAY. ED HILLER. -

the Union. It cast In November 1901. We leave the big piano shut Directors : HERBERT A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.R. .

109.145 votes; value of its property And do not strike a note; S. HALL. -

$145,000,000. It never had over $46,000 QUALITY and I The doctor's been here seven times

of debt, which was paid over twenty Since father rode the goat.

years ago. Last year it built over '75''

miles of railroad, distancing any state IRVING DREWSLow

or territory. Its population Increasedlast HOUSE FURNISHINGS

year over 100,000; bank deposits,

over $18.000,000, and Its property valu- Shoes.

ation ran over 100.000,000 last year.

Its school lands ar e worth over $25- He joined the lodge a week ago- Oaf stock of Furniture and House Finishing

000,000. providing a magnificent edu- White Canvas Oxfords, Barefoot Sandals. Got in at 4 a. m.,
cation fund. Its illiteracy is less than
any state in the Union except X bra- And fifteen brethren brought him home Goods is second to the StateEVERY
Though he says he brought them: none in

ka. HELVENSTON PASTEUR COMPANY : His wrist was sprained and one big rip
One of the remarkable towns in the Had rent his Sunday coat-

Indian Territory Is Sulphur, whose medicinal -
I There must have been a lively time KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, ''WIATN'SS': OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES
waters rival those of the famous i
-- iI
Hot Springs, Ark. It is locatedin ii i I When father rode the goat. TINGS, WINDOW SHADES, LACE AND PCRTIERc SADDLED, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY

,. CURTAINS, SCREENS: ETC.; BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CARRIAGE FOR ANY PURPOSE-
the Chickasaw: Nation, on the Frisco '_, .
railroad. It had a population of 1500 THE MONTEZUMA 'n y SPREADS, SHEETS ANO PILLOWS; CROCKERY PAINTS/ OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS

January 1, 1905; May 15 it had 3300 .. LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWER BUILDINO MATERIALS, LIME, PLASTER, 'LATHS,

population. The eastern portion of the POTS; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANGES BRICK, SHiNGLLS, CEMENT PHOSPHATE: MA.

territories Is fairly! well timbered with He's resting on the couch today ; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR- CHINERY OF ALL KINDS.

scrub oak while the western portion is I And practicing his signs I

almost treeless; coal in abundance and The hailing sign, the working grip

oil to Illuminate the world. The WiCh-1 He And mutters other monkeyshines; Deep well drilling, contracting and building of all kinds done
ita mountains on the passwords 'neath his

ders of Oklahoma are said to be rich breath under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and estimates -

In gold silver and copper, and much And other things he'll quote

capital Is going there to open up the They surely had an evening's work on anything you need.MCIVER .

hidden veins of wealth. The territories When father rode the goat.

abound in sunflowers which grow will

and vie with Kansas in their profusionand
& MACKAYFOLEY5KIDNIYCUD
yellow glory -

Our Florida Congressman, Frank t .,,
{ : .. ; i 4 _
Clark, who dealt out law for a year or I

so at so much a consultation, Is still Ca

kindly remembered lartQ asked after t rs rt+rt
by the many fi iend 1'Tie made there. 4CE1.

His partner of those days, Billie Bryan, ftE w
Jate.
.
of Volusla county, is building up enduring 9 lie has a gorgeous uniform.

fame in his profession. I All gold, and red and blue

Albert Graham of Marion, who dwelta IA I hat with plumes and yellow braid, Cures all Kidney and Bladder Diseases-Guaranteed

year in Shawnee City was delighted And golden badges too;
with all he saw and felt, except the I But somehowhen we mention it, SOLD AND RECOM MENDED BY THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE, OCALA, FLA.
LEASED FOR TEN YEARS.
dust in the dry season and mud in the lie wears a look so grim.

wet, and has gone to Hood River, Oregon I We wonder if he rode the goat, SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY I I: ;;;:T--

to escape those incidents of life The Best Year Round Hotel at $2.00PER Or if the goat rode him.Baltimore. I ',;T; -: LOADS OF FUN

in Oklahoma. But what some can't American. _:
Special Rates and health for the little ones ant
endure others can, and the world goes DAY IN FLORIDA. -
merrily on there as well as here witha $23.45 LOUlS<:ILLE, KY., and return. ; : grown-ups in driving for recreation

prospect that will shine with increasing Up-to-date and Clean, Well Furnished Rooms, Tickets on sale July 30 and 31. with d ';' i and pleasure. Prove It if you hitch a,

luster as the years roll on. We saw final limit August 10. T = r horse or two to one of the many carriages -
and to Eat. s
Plenty
much. It was glorious, inspiring, but ? $38.23:: TORONTO CANADA, and re- :, K runabouts, surreys and buggies
all the same glad to think we live in turn. Tickets on sale June 19, 20, :22: "
i ,,, occupying floor in s&Iei-
our
Florida the equal of the very best. COL. V. J. SHIPMAN, Propr etor.I I and 23, with final limit to leave To- h space

1 I ronto not later than June 30. I ,. rooms. Every rig that leaves our store

Colonel Nlc Barco, who attended the I $19.30-NASHVILLR TENN. and re- is certain to be th>/ acme or comfort as

funeral services of his son-in-law, Dr. I Crystal River is greatly rejoiced because WEST FLORIDA EXCURSION I CURES OLD SORES turn. Tickets on sale June 11, 12, d e to springs, seats, tires, and every part

Walter E. Armstrong, at Fellowship I: the wholesale grocers of New SEABOARD AIR LINE 13, 19, 20, 21, July 2, 3, 4, with final of its make-up. We art glad to name
church yesterday, had an experience In I Westmoreland Kans 25 1902 limit of fifteen days from data of
Orleans have inaugurated a freight ser- May : prices any day
attempting to leach the train at Mar- I Ballard Snow Liniment Co.-Your sale. Extension available to Sep- l
vice from the Crescent City to Crystal Night Train, June 27
tel that he will not soon forget. Th" Snow Liniment cured old tember 30. C:<)OVtJ'"TJ S. A. STANDLEY & CO
River, the first vessel arriving last The Seaboard Air Line will run an an sore on
rain began to Descend as he left the Friday, loaded to her gunwales with excursion to West Florida on night the side of my chin that was supposedto $35.85-BUFFALO, N. Y. Tickets sold ----- .
church and only having an ordinary
merchandise for the enterprising mer- train of June 27. Tickets good to return be a canctt. The sore was stubborn July 11 to 15, 1903.;; Final limit Au- ,

umbrella and a thin laprobe the result chants of that place. So ,satisfactoryhas on or before July S. Rates for anti woull not yield to treatment gust 4, by depositing ticket with Florida

can be easily imagined. The rain proved been the freight rates that there round trip: Lake City, $3.25; Live Oak, I until I tried Snow Liniment, which did joint agency, 177 Washington St., !i! East Coast Railway .
a perfect water spout. Colonel Bar-
will be no trouble to get a full cargoat $3.50;; Madison, $4; Monticello $4.50; the work in short order. Mr. sister, Buffalo, not later than July 15, anI
co never saw a heavier shower and to
each sailing. They save the freighton Carrabelle, $6; Tallahassee, $4.50; Apalachicola Mrs. Sophia J. Carson, Allensville, Mif- paying fee of $1. Account of Grani
add to his discomfort he succeeded in this new line that they would haveto $6.50; Quincy, $5; River fin county, Pa., has a sore and mistrusts Lodge B. P. O. E. I! Local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 17'BK.

getting within Fight of the train just as pay between Jacksonville and Crystal Junction $5; Bainbridge, Ga., $5; Cuth- I that it *s a cancer. Please send SAN FRANCISCO AND LOS ANGE- I J
it moved otTo As there was no alterna- SOUTH BOUNDREAD
River which in itself is a handsome ibert, Ga., $5.50. I her a 50c. bottt! Sold by all druggists. LES. Rate, $80.10. Tickets sold certain j I DOWN. NOBTH-BOUND-LEAD UP.
tive, he had to patiently wait until the I
profit. Here is a pointer for the I dates, April 10 tc August 14, Ii I
train came along for Ocala, which placehe I I NORMAL INSTITUTE i No. 99 No. Z9i No.7S.'N.'
Ocala I STATIONS 18I
merchants. The distance from
Write to inc., final return limit 90 days from
Business
Stanley's I I
College,
reached about 8 o'clock. In this instance AT HAWTHORNE I Dilly. Olily. ,
Colonel Ocala to Crystal River is only half Macon, Ga., for Booklet on Success. I It I date of sale, not to exceed November --, -lilly Daily
Barco was not as fortu- I 6 00I) : 9 40a'Lv ... ........
that between Ocala and Jacksonville, is free.IDO. 30. ? .JarksoDTllle.... '?_ .ir loop 810
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nate as he was a year ago when he faced and I I Term begins July 10 and continues Ii 0'1 J'I !9 4S a, ?._.....1)... JacS! "nrllew....._. Lv 6 62 P 8 It a
why not patronize that route. $18:25-KNOXVILLE. TENN., and re- 615 11'l0' 55a l .1 .?_._._ St. AIIu"tne ..._....._. 6 60 P T 40 6
a similar predicament down in Citrus I I eight weeks. Good accommodations at 6 53 p'1132' a ?..._...........Haingq_......_...._.. .4 455p 649s
county, the only difference however 1I 1I I reasonable rates. For further particu- turn. Tickets on sale June 18, 19, 110 pi1150 i a: .. .........??..Eat 1..latk.........._ 4 IH P 6 28s
LOST-A silver buckle, with the initials 20, 24 25, July 1, 8, 9, 15, 19, limited
was that the "park" at Martel was "E. S." Lost between the Commercial I I YOU WANT lars address J. N. Overhultz, Keuk-i, '1351"1213' P Ar ......_._._.I'l\latk&..._.._. L' 410 p .00
not large enough to shelter him while I If Fla. returning 15 days from date of sale. ao 6 H 1',11, 2hi Lv..,............ .._Palatka ......_........ Ar 600 P .656
t
bank and home No. 19, Herbert i 0\ -
w
Extension available to September 30.
he disrobed and hung up his clothes' street. Finder will be suitably rewarded iTO| BUY A 8 .!j 1'1200 1"' Ar ..............._ SauDiat..o_.._.......... Lv 210p ... t= ,
to dry after the clouds had rolled away SAVANNAH, $6 COLUMBIA, $3 $17.10 ASHEVILLE, N. C., and rerun ,0 210 pI 8 00 al Lv ...............-San K411JO....__.... Ar 8 Zap 760.
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by returning to Miss B. N. Sinclair, ,.. C .
and the sun came out In Its usual effulgence Commercial Bank Ocala. I Tickets on sale June 2?, 23 and :LI: I = 1 50 I' l:: 32 p';' Lv ...._....._....Yl'g&_.._......._. Lv -'" 5'1 P 550 ==
to absorb the moisture from his The Seaboard Air Line will sell tickets with final limit July 5. ." 8 03 I' 1.47 1',: .......??._?BlinL..Ili__..._._ ,. 3 U P 6 36 a n I:
I 810 I' 1155 PI ?.....?._?_Dup"nt__._.._..._._ 311'1 P 629 a i4' !
thoroughly soaked raiment. at above rate for round trip, for 0\ II 4t 126 ...._.?,,_.O'IO"nd ?.?_....._ 310 p 4 59 a 4
i, TAX ON BABIES 1 0\ 8 53 PI 139 pi" ...._.._._.Dayt"II".._..._. 3 00 P 4 41 a ..'W'..
night train only of July 2. Tickets 901 Pi 15 fli l ..._......._.Port Orange_.__._.... 2 50 P Uh = .1
Colonel Nic Barco, speaking of his I/) \I 251' 2 10 pi l Ar ?.-_._.? d f'w 801)n&........?.?. : 230 4 13 sr
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sad journey to Fellowship yesterday. before Extreme !.ot weather Is a great tAx .: 1021 a'' 3 U pi'Ar.. ..._....._. Lake-U.pn-! ..........._? Lv 12 45 PI P 610 0 sr
said that while he had first seen the I upon the dig stive power of babies; 10Sia 355 p' ..........._.OtangeCity: .....__ 1235p 554p yL
light of day in that section and spent ACUTE RHEUMATISM when puny and feeble they should be j 10l5a 4 Uopl I-=-=.._Orange City unt.lic'n....?. 12 30). 64p n

his happy boyhood days there, he ha-1 oI 1A u given a few doses of White's Cream i II E- 9 31 I' 7 2i p Lv .... ......_..1\l'1f Smyrna .....?.__.. LT 2 10 4 5& =
i I 10 00 9 51 ..._......... .. PI
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I' I. (Ollk 11111. .. ......._ 164 3..t t
not seen it in forty years. Many and '| Deep, tearing or wrenching pains, occasioned Vermifuge, the children's tonic. It C 10 3J p 338 P Ar ... .............'fuUmJle_ ......_. .. 1 161', 300 a lot
great were the will stimulate end facilitate the diges- o --- --
changes he noted : -
; so EDo 1 by getting wet through; worse I 9 00 a........._I A ..........__?.....! ''r4...._..._....._..Lv 10-I 00 a I'10 00
many familiar faces gone, even the face i 'I when at rest or on first moving theI tion of their food, so that they soon be- | U) ...._ 1000 a'Lv _.................."anf..rd..... ............ Ar ?._.-' 900ac :I ,
of the country was changed. His visit come strong, healthy and active. Sold a.. --I ,-
I I limbs and in cold or damp weather, is 10.9 I 311 Lv _. .........._ .
I p PI ? Titu"vllle..._....... 1 15 I' 3 00 M j
there recalled to mind the fact that in You Want ToSell I cured quickly by Ballard's Snow Lini- by all druggists. u 11 III p 4 iJ: P. .. ...._....C oc..a__.._...._. L'i 11231 I' 219 a lot
his youth he had seen the old log I I 1122 P 1 13p; ....?...-.. _Itockhvlg0_........._ .. P 2 16.
I I ment. Oscar Oleson, Gibson City Ill., at 1153 p 4 45p' __...._._F..uGall..___.. ._. .. 1158& Iii a _
church erected at Cotton Plant an.l Rent or Buya writes Feb. 16,1902: "A year ago I was Taylor-made ice cream every day 1205a 4 54P; ." _..._.Jl..lbourn6. ....._ 114f&! 134aC =
knew the builders of the Messrs. Tay'lor's. 12 51 a 5 31 Pi .??.... ??....b,1Etlan 1104 a'12' 61 a
same II troubled with s& pain in my back. It 1 39 a 6 29 pl\ .. _......._._..1>,. 1.le_.____ 1012 a112, 00 fIa
John and Bill K. Gaines who came House Store I soon got so bad I could not bend over. Co 155 a 6 41p i .'. __._.._...1'.rt I'Ierce-, 10 U6 a 1165 I' .
from South Carolina. It occupied the 'UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL U 216 al 'j (.a 1',; ___.? _Tibt ala..??.__. I. 9 30 all !l2 0
One bottle of Bollard's: Snow Liniment I eJ U3 a 712p t a _,,..._...._Eden......._ ___ 9 26 apl 18
knoll here now rests the home of Dr. i .4wT, Lot cured me." Sold by all druggists. PICNIC TO LAKE CHAR.1The j, 228a 71i P _......_.__J.. M'Ii___ :. 9 lip ."'"...
Veal. When completed, Mr. John I or Farm? I I en 239a' 726 p- ",. ..--.-..-...stuatt- ..-_ a.. 911all04S0aa756p' ::a
I ... __. ..__ 842a'1036.4J : '
"n.
Gaines desired to perpetuate his name II i ( SEABOARD AIR LINEFOURTH Seaboard Air Line will run a ., 8 flat! 814 PI .... ??.... ..w PatJaylt-r...__.__ 824&1019v .C-,
4 01 a, 8 51 p.! ..._.Wee' hIm Leavh_ .._ 7 t8 al t u p
by association with the name of the ''Do You Want special train for this excursion, leaving i ; ..
to OF JULY RATE I M. 4 31 sl 918 p'; ?._....._.11<'"I.\.n....._....._ 'I' 20 l 9 18 P 54
building he had erected and was much I! Ocala Friday June 30 at 7 a. m., returnIng I 1 U a, 9 2B pj ..._ ..__._1".1. _?____ 'I'll)al 9 fill P .
NEW 5-CENT CIGARS leave Lake Charm :: 6 31 s.lt} ti pl: .?...........fl 1..tld' rda1c_.. .__ 618 a 815 P
at 4
how ;
perplexed it should be done, when Tickets will be sold July :2!, 3 and 4, p. m. j CQ 646a'1030p1: .. ... ............_ l=aJd_......_?._ 6101 806554a'1O42p1 p .
Colonel Barco's mother with whom the I I Insure Life limited returning July 8, at one and Rate, $1 round trip. ".. ............._IIJ r.d"lle...... .. ? 658a 764624a'll07
i i ............. .. 6 II 'J 2ISi"UI5pA.r 3 I
contractor I F. C. W. Williams W. B. S. pi .L 'n' .r.City..._ a
boarded, and who was a Havana FactorinosAna cne-third fare for the round trip. Colyer, : ; ........ .....?._ II'mi_,.__.._?_?. Lv 523. 720p .
member of the church suggested i It be ; Limb or Property? I II H. Hadley Committee.Rev. -Daily -I. .

called St. Johns, which happy thought I, I SOUTH LAKE WEIR I Ex. I Dally Ix.
I HOMESTEAD EXTENSION
relieved Mr. John Gaines mind, and 1 I,I Eon. Sun.
THEN LOSE NOI I B. J. Gattis, pastor of Mt Pelier -.
ever since it has been known as St. Goethe & Co's. Big Sawmill Rebuilt colored church Eellevitw, al I .._ .... .. .. -
rear was :[ 615a IL' .. ... yilami...._._._. Ar 500p
Johns. La MonageAT I I TIME SEEING and at Work business caller at the Star office today '' 8 00a., ..__'Ar ..._ .._....Jlomeatea _.__ Lv _, a UpI

I and recorded for the Weekly Star. I ..
Mr L. K. Bishop, who was formerly --.
Jeff L. Davis .has sold his Taylor. i! DITTO & MALONEYBEAUTIFUL I I ja resident on Lake Weir, but who has N6.Dally 23'Sunday No. 21 Sunday No. 19 Sunday No. 17 No.11 Dally IIU YPORT BRANCH, i,No. 18SuadaySuaday D. 20 N..23Ii.24!:
TAYLOR'SPerlection Daily
County Topics to editor J. O. Culpepperof I : lived in Georgia for some years, has A "dam" of 75 Beavers will be installed 1 EaSun Only i!. 0 NyI_:' Only. ErSun Daily. OIlIJ. Oaly ,EIS"
the Perry County News. Editor Davis i _ _____ in Orlando June :23.! -: j I
&= returned and with; his family has occupied 1 j 6001 Gnp 2001' 930a tOOaLv _.___Jao ke.nvile._ Ar (t3l&I200D "pIIUp
will rest for a \\hile. His friends the Faunce house. which was va- 1 6 08 I' 66p 2 08)JI ;3h a 9 Ow a Ar _"/W. J..J.II"JlTl.1e-- 8n: a 1112 Ai 5 rf 8871
wish him success wherever he be. MILLINERYt 1'0 P 1 24 P 2 1(1( P 1010 a II n a 'r .._.hM, IL'ash..._ T 50 a 1120 a 5 Oi 4 15
P
may rated last week by Mr. Geo. W. Carey. READ THIS iglp T2'Jp 2451'1015& 9H. __tl.'InllcBp&ch.._ ", 745a1115a it"
In the years that are past he puo- Canopies ,I carload lots of melons continue to : 1 is P 300 p 10 30Ja If) u0 a'.-:....... ... Marr.rt........_.. 1 T 30}a 1100 a' 4 45 P lSOp 411p

lished the Oxford Orange Blossom, and go out daily, but the season will soon Dothan, Ala., July 13, 1899. .
It was a great paper.It I be over PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI!

.A: .,,'... ",( .} H M. Goethe & Co., whose lumber Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.DearSir
is all General Gil- I :Ai',::, ,'<:: : \Ve have been selling your Texas
plain 'HIwhy i ; mill
was destroyed by fire the ,
>asi'nng. Close
1' ). \ "' i Connection Made at Miami ,.ilh Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. For
Coapaij
I "',: I Wonder Hall's Great Discovery for
christ voted against the appropriation i I t' .,. '-< ,$. have resumed business having t
for the Tampa Mid-Winter Fair. De- I. .I't", ,_ )'<, 1'' ", -buit i the mill much larger and better !! two years, and recommend it to anyone HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
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Soto county was entitled to :22: certificates I .:;;;--->r ,;\ .-.spy >;,. A" ..,,.{,'"" '\.'' man before. suffering with any kidney trouble as
of merit for exhibits at the fair | \\ Miss Inez Gates entertained a very being the best remedy we ever sold. .
I th.'IH
last fall and T J. L. Brown and the \\ ;::/ '..:....._ 1 pleasant party (f her schoolmates and Yours truly, J. R. Young. i j i from These the several Time Tables stat cs show!, Lutth-ir th*times arrival at whi-oe'd..i'a.h trains...,eat may the t eir times.cted tUteU to arrive U ftitriPtcad at and depart

Tampa Tribune failed to send the same l. -- l'\\"':: friends on Saturday it being her 14th nor la this Company, to l/e held rcsp,Kibe tor exjdelajs or consequences*arising Uimtro
H H
: A TEXAS WONDER f --
beautifully entwined with a blue rib birthday. Ice cream, cake and fruit
,i it .j 1.; ...Hll ', For Cory of the LOCAL
bon. Ain't it time for Those strenuous .A 'were served and a merry time was enjoyed One small bottle of the Texas Won- TIME CARD or Other Information '. ,

fair promoters to remember their ,'--. "' '-" .I.,.n..,. ?< by all. Among other presents |; der. Hall's Great Discovery, cures all i "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.' ,
obligations and ante up with them. '- '< l received was a fine new naptha launch Kidney and Bladder troubles removes 1 j .
5n T.."T ,Pili"P"CK"-"E"'" '" -;;..:,.. and boathouse. Next birthday: look out I Gravel cures Diabetes, Seminal Emil j I j, J. D. RAH.NER, Ajst. Oea'l Pass Ajrt.. ST. AL'QL'5T1NE. FULt -.

The editor of the Tampa Tribune will:1 for a nautomobile. i lions Weak and Lame Backs, Rheu- :j

please accept our thanks for the nice The best on earth for either iron or i i A letter received from W. T. Clawson matism and all irregularities of the ., Schedule on Mayport Branch and Homestead Extension Florida East Coast

things said of us in his Sunday issue. wood beds, or children's cribs. Mose AU new and right up with the states that he and Mrs. Clawson are j Kidneys and Bladder in both men and I Railway
bladder troubles in
women Regulates
Such sentiments are reciprocal and w curable, sanitary and time saving. W season.,' Many beautiful trimmed; i I I f.leasantly located at their summer ho- I!I children. If not sold by your druggist t l Effective June 3, 1905, the schedule figures for the Mayport Branch an I

often think them if We foU! to. expressthem. !' are headquarters for everything in i ''hats PATTERN HATS and the II tel the Hillside Inn. at Bethlehem, N..I I will be sent by mall on receipt of Jl. 'I Homestead Extension now shown in time-table No. 5%. will be changed additional -

beds of bed fittings from the canoeto r\FAMOUS\ GAGE HATS. A i II., and ready for business. The w eatheer i One small bottle is two months' treatment trains being put into service between Jacksonville and Mayport, and

the springs. Our prices are always complete stock of Trimmings I there is fine but so cool l that tires I j i and seldom fails to perfect a cure the service between Miami and Homestead being reduced to one train a day

The finest and most complete stock right. Flowers Ribbons etc. are a neessit). A beautifully Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer, P. each way, leaving Miami 8 a. nu, and returning leave Homestead 1 p..m, arriving
of perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmetics ed booklet of views in and illustrat-I O. Bob 629. St. Louis Mo. Send for Miami 2:30 p. m. For correct schedule see any agent of the F'E'C

In the city, at Tydlr.gs and Company. McIYER & MacKAY MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK Inn accompanied the letter. tt-etimonlals. Sold by all druggists. Ry. or for pocket timecard address J. D. Rahner,. A. G. P. A. -r.a: i i i4L


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TEAPOT BULLETINJust CAUSTIC IN HIS COMMENTS ATLANTIC AGAIN AHEAD
LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This
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ODDS AND ENDS '
coupon entitles the holder to two rotes that can be cast for any Institution
received a consignment of Bishop Roundabout Scores the County Commissioners Captain Barr Sails Wilson Marshatl'sSaucy I
competing for the library, when properly filled out signed and returned -
4. Co',. JELLIES and PRE. and Objects to Bonds Three-Mast Schooner to to the ballot boxes in any of the stores participating.

SERVES. Direct California produst for a New Court House Another Victory I
Name of Institution............... ..........................
consisting ,fGrape So, after all, the county commission- i Island of Heligoland June :20.-The I

ers have been compelled to leave the OF SHOES. American schooner yacht (Captain I Name of Voter............................................

Fruit, I Barr) won the race of the auxiliary
!question of bonding the county to raise
and Currant yachts from Dover to Heligoland in 41 EVENING STAR.
Crabappple funds to repair the court house to a
hour, 26 minutes and 24 seconds. The _
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JeUy.Otangeate vote of the tax payers. annual race from Dover to Heligoland h

Pure Honey. This is the good old democratic rule was won by the German schooner yacht I '

they should have followed In the first We are Cleaning Up, this Week, a Lot Susanne. The German yawl Theresc '

Crushed Olives. instance, instead of hiring a lawyer to I was second and the American-built I II EDWARDS BROTHERSAT

Preserved Oranges. draw up a bill and trying to get that of $1.50, $2 and $2.50 Shoes I schooner yacht :Navahoe was third. I

bill put through the last legislature, allowing Emperor William was present in his
THE CITY MARKET
Call and lee theM goods. They are the board to bond the countyfor For Ladies. yacht, the Hohenzollern when the race

fine and Prices are Cheap for fifty thousand dollars without risk- was finished. This is the second kai

I the Quality ing the matter to a vote of the people ser's cup captured by the American Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchets '

; most interested viz: Those who pay clipper within the last month. The Atlantic
AT eo CENTSTHE
the taxes. It seems that they were determined it will be remembered, won thrace

AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY to affect" the bond issue across the Atlantic ocean. WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
Co
"whether or no and decided takeno

chances with the people. So we haveto THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED .
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
NAVAL STORES thank the democratic members of HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS
W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO
the legislature I for defeating that bill FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109

QUOTATIONSDuring and compelling the board to call an, W. L. Tancef, Paducah, Ky., writes: a

election to decide whether they should "I had a severe case of kidney disease

the day and Issue bonds or not and not the boardof THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. and three of the best physicians in

at close of Market county commissioners of Marion Kentucky treated me without success. IFYOTJIO)

county.In I then took Foley's Kidney Cure. The

received Daily at the case of every other bond issue B. P. 0. E. GRAND LODGE LOW RATES TO BALTIMOREAnd first bottle gave immediate relief and .

we know of in the state the matter was three bottles cured me permanently. MUCH WRITING rH

STRAUSS & CO'S. left to the voters in the first instances. The Seaboard Air Line Railway has Return Via, the Atlantic CoastLine I gladly recommend this wonderful

Exchange. Jacksonville Tampa, and we believe been designated by the Florida Elks' remedy." Sold by the Postoffice Drug

Ocala, can be cited as examples.In Association as their official route from store. You will surely find that it will pay to get]a good
On account of the United Society
order to make It appear that the
Florida to the Grand Lodge session at
OCALA. FLA.
people were in favor of the issue Mr. Buffalo. It is the desire to operate aFlorida. Christian Endeavor International Convention FOR A FINAL FIGHT fountain pen. It is .the most convenient writing In-

Long refers us to a time when the July 510. 1905 the Atlantic !
train to leave
Elks special strument ever invented to say nothing of its superiority
board invited the tax to meet Coast Line will sell tickets from pointsin .
For payers Tampa at 8 p. m.. July 8, and Jacksonville Oyama's Legions Advancing to Aid the
Florida to Baltimore and return at ordinary in of neatness. We havea
the board and express themselves as to at 9 a. m.. July 9. Russians in Their Desire for over pens point
WATCHESAnd repairing the court house, and he says Round rates to Buffalo from very low rates. Tickets will be sold
YIH trip first rate line of the best makes of fountain
almost everyone was in favor of repairing Tampa, 39.10; Orlando, $37.10; Ocali, July 1, 2, 3 and 4 via all rail, or via Peace pens,

REPAIRSGO it. But we have been toM 35.85; Gainesville $34.95. Norfolk and Chesapeake Bay, and June Paris, June 20.-The general engage- which we are selling at very reasonable prices. We

that the question of bonding the county For sleeper reservations or other 30 via Savannah and M. & M. T. Co., ment between the Japanese and Rus-
have also extensive and choice assortment of Sim-
an
TO was not mentioned at that meeting.On information write to S. C. Boylston, Jr., for steamer sailing from Savannah sians has commenced at the front.

the other hand. Mr. Long assured Pass. Agt., or A. O. MacDonell, Asst. July 1. Final limit of tickets will be The St. Petersbu1g correspondent of mons watch chains, that we would like you to see.

F C. B. WEIHE those present that the amount could Pass. Agt., Jacksonville, Fla. July 15, but extension of limit can be the Echo de Paris wires that the Jap-
These both men's and
which women'sstyles
chains in
The Jeweler.1DERTAEER. be raised without increasing the tax obtained to August 31. Stop-overs will anese advance has developed into a are

I I levy one mill; that some would be taken SMOKING IN APOWDER be allowed at Washington, going or general engagement between the two are the most strongly guaranteed goods we

from the levy for schools and for MAGAZINE returning, or both, within final limitof great armies in Manchuria.

roads and that amount,with the pro- Is courting: death more suddenly but ticket, but in no case to exceed ten General lanevitch. commanding the I handle,

ceeds from the sale of the armory days. Russian forces, has given battle to the
not more surely than neglecting kid-
building would raise amount sufficient For rates, reservations or any Information I .
an ney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure Japanese in command of Field Marshal
-AND- to pay for the work. So this see nearest ticket agent or I Oyama. A. E. BURNETTLUMBeR
r will cure a slight disorder In a few
bond business is a donkey of another i days, and its continued use will cure communicate with T. C. White, D. P. I The latest reports from the front indicate I

color. A., Tampa, Fla. that soon after General Line-
the most obstinate cases. It has cured
EMBALMERSWe But seriously, we believe this question many people of Bright's disease and diabetes vitch accepted battle he abandoned his ----
THE SALVE THAT PENETRATES
is the most important the peopleof who were thought to be Incura- first line of defense. He is reported to

our county have been called uponto have already lost heavily, while the
have two Registered Undertakers ble. If you have kidney or bladder DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve penetrates -. e '
decide in many years. Kid- Japanese are advancing steadily in a I
trouble commence taking Foley's
the pores of the skin, and by its
and Embalmers. Bonds are easily made, but, like oth- ney Cure today before it is too late. antiseptic, rub'ifocient and healing Influence line perhaps one hundred miles long.

All work entrusted to our er debts they are hard to pay. Then Sold by the Postoffice: Drugstore.A it subdues inflammation and I
again, the amount with the annual interest ROUGH DRESSEDSee
I cures Boils, Burns, Cuts, Eczema, Tet- FURIOUS FIGHTING"For
care will receive prompt and even at 4 per cent., will be J80- YOUNG LADY DROWNED
.
ter Ring Worm and all skin diseases.A
000 we shall have to pay. Then to this
skilled attention. All embalming add the percentage to the assessor collector I Norfolk. Va., June 20.-Miss Virginia specific for blind bleeding and itching seven years," writes Geo. W. or Phone
Downer, aged eighteen and a great social and protruding.Piles. The originaland Hoffman of Harper, Wash., "I had a
A and treasurer with the amount I
folly guaranteed. favorite, was drowned at Alexandria genuine Witch Hazel Salve is bitter battle with chronic stomach and B. H. SEYMOUR
paid to parties who sell the bonds,
splendid stock of Caskets and last night. made by E. C. DeWitt & Co., and sold liver trouble but at last I 'won, and I
which will raise the amount to about
Miss Downer was boating with a by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.A cured my diseases by the use of Elec-
.
Burial Robes carried at all $10,000 more. So we are paying $90- I PHONE NO. 25. Ocala, Fla.
friend on the Potomac, when the boat tric Bitters. I unhesitatingly recom-
t 000 for a $50,000 job. Can an ordinary I
I capsized throwing both in the water. BARGAIN IN LUMBERWe mend them to all, and don't intend !n
times.OGALAEURNITURECO. business man stand such financiering?
The young lady could not be rescued, rhe future to be without them In the
We already owe $16,000 and have owed .
and sank. Her body has not yet been have a large quantity of second house. They are certainly a wonderful W. P. EDWARDS
that much for a long time, and while
found. hand lumber of all kinds which we will medicine to have cured such a bad
the board it has been trying to'
says sell cheap and on terms to suit cus case as mine." Sold under guaranteeto At the City Market
pay it, it has failed, notwithstandingthe
Phone No. 10. Night phone No. 94. Refreshing ice cream at Taylor's. tomer. Ditto & Maloney. do the same for you by the AntiMonopoly -

year.A tax.levy has been higher from yearto Try them today.HORRIBLE Drugstore. at 50c. a bottl' Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetablesin

man told us the other day that

MEN ONLY our taxes were nearly double what they Season
CONDITION OF HARBIN
were when Mr. Long first became a

member of the board. We do not mention I City I and Country Trade SolicitedFREE
Are Requested Not to Read This, As It Russian Soldiers Dying by Hundreds of
this to criticize Mr. Long becausewe
is Intended for the Ladies suppose the increase was necessaryIn I Cholera and Dysentery DELIVERY PHONE 121NEW
Turpentine Operators
Whose attention we Invite to our peculiar other instances, as it was in the ,, I London, June 20.-The Russians at -- --
case of our public schools. But if we Harbin are reported to be dying at the
adaptability to progressive I
try to pay $16.000, and fail while our rate of one hundred a day. SEASIDE INN.
cabinet making and trust they will allow -
count is at its best how can we expectto ATTENTION They are the victims of cholera and
us to furnish estimates on anything
..
pay $106.000 dysentery and the situation is rapidly
In carpentry needed In their Hotel and Pleasure Resort on i
homes. And if anything should happen (and getting beyond the control of the authorities Leading

Nothing too small for us; nothing too of course the board will say It can't the East Coast ot Florida. .
large happen) that we did not pay these Eighteen isolation hospitals have already -

Our Art Noveau bonds when due, what would be the been established outside of Har

Combination Chests and Settees are consequence? The holders of these: The Standard Naval Stores Company of Jacksonville, bin and even these are now crowded EVERYTHING MODERN.Homelike .
bonds would before the U.
simply go to overflowing with Russian officers
becoming universal favorites in Ocala; and Comfortable.
S. court and have a writ of mandamus Florida is to contract with and men.
low in price, but high in efficient use- now prepared independent Hotel Directly on the Atlantic Beach.
issued compelling the county commis-
fulness. A postal will bring us. Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
sioners to levy a tax sufficient to pay producers and will flat Savannah for Rosin THAT TIRED FEELING
J. McNEALY & CO., pay prices Thirty Steps from Big Pavilion and Great Ocean Pier
the bonds perhaps all in one year as

"The Ones That Don't Wait" has been done in another case, plus the and Spirits Turpentine delivered at either Jacksonville I If you are Iv.igui !, depressed incapable Sea Foods a Specialty.

No. 12, Fort King Avenue. costs of the court. I for work, it indicates that your $2 PER DAY.i SPECIAL BY THE WEEK

--- Our county at present in all human or Fernandina. Free of storage, insurance or commission liver Is out of order. Herbine will assist

probability is in better financial shape nature to throw oft headaches, Address HORACE F. STEWART.

MclvER & MaoKAY than it will be when these bonds come charges. We are also prepared to make liberal rheumatism and ailments akin to ner- FLORIDA
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GOODALL -
due. At that time our pine forests will vousness and restore the energies and

be a thing of the past "a thing o'sr advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank vitality of sound and perfect health.J. .

which the raven flaps its funeral wing." J. Hubbard, Temple, Texas, writes:

FUIIERAL DIRECTORS the sawmill and turpentines industrieswill cars-it will save you lots of money. For further information : "I have used Herbine for the past two I

leave us with thousands and years. It has dcne me more good than if *

UNDERTAKERSand thousands of acres of land divested of apply toSTANDARD all the doctors. It is the best medicineever I t 1

Its timber which no one will pay taxes made for chills and fever." 50c

on. and which will be certified to the I Sold by all druggists. ,

EMBALMERS state. These lands now are helping us

to bear the tax burden but then there NAVAL STORES CO I SOMEWHAT OF A SERPENT

will be none but farmers and merchants -
Fine Casket? to pay the bonds; even! the 1----1 1

phosphate business will be perhaps .

and Burial Robes _hashed___.n_ out___ by_ that n___ time_non,, or__ nearly______. so. Jacksonville, Fla. ing, accompanied by the remains of a
Before we decide to vote "for bonds"let
Florida rattlesnake measuring se"Enfeet.
--- -- -
,i All Work Done by Licensed Em us look at the history of two bond two inches in length and possessed .

i balmers and Fully Guaranteed deals made by our state. of twenty-eight rattles. His
Before the civil war the state became I *+ for Rheumatism Cuts.
snakeship was killed several days ago
/ responsible to the extent of a THE BAZAAR'SBIG A 5 f.1YOi Sprains. Wounds, Old
i, during a jaunt in the woods taken by : ure V Sores Corns Bunions,
BULL million dollars for the bonds of certainof
W. C.
Mr. Kersey and Mr. Bettis. the reptile Back Stiff Jointa.Frost'ed ,
I Muscles Lame
l Contracted
our railroads. After the war she I wood- Galls Bruises.
disputing the passageway of a i ij
Scalds, etc.
had to take the railroads, but only Feet Bums.
was
r Contractor and ; land path with the veteran surveyor I AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Infim-
able to sell them for to settle
enough HALF
I Builder -- PRICE only to be killed later after a brief but 1 mation ar.d drives out pan.;
the interest due on the bonds and so snappy opposition. The snake will be PENETRATES the Pores loosens the :Fibrous Tissues,
she still owed the million dollars and Blood pyinz the Muscles
the
Quick and careful estimates made. dressed and kept by Mr Bettis as a promotes a free circulation cf
in order to pay it had to sell four mil SHIRT WAIST SUIT SALE
still natural elasticity.
Box 64, Ocala Fla. memento of the kind that are extant -
lion acres of land at 25 cents an acre I in the wilds of Manaee.TampaHerald. BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH

(the Disston purchase). What would : ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
those four million acres be worth today -
PURE MILK 00 Ladies1 Suits arrived tot this Sale.The I RHEUMATISMMrs.
? Why from twelve to sixteen mil- just i CURED SCIATIC
JUST WHAT EVERYONE
lion dollars.In Suits are made from Pink Linen, White SHOULD DO I

Pure Milk and Creamare 1870 the state issued bonds to the Lawn, Brown Linen Madras and Organdie. Irwinville Ga.. I E. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St.,Knoxrffle,
Mr. :J. T. Barber o
amount of $1.032,500 and Governor Jennings Tenn., writes: I have been trying the baths of
among the greatestof says in thirty years prior to Made to sell from $2.50 to $JC.OO. Our always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I

1900 we had paid $2.075.000 in interest Price in this Sale$1.2a Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy : get more relief from Ballard Snow Linimentthan
table delicacies. They and not a dollar of the bonds paid yet, !\ at hand ready for instant use. Attacks any medicine or anything I have ever tried.
: of colic cholera morbus and dtar.I Inclosed find postoffice order for $1.00. Send mt
but held draw
both PURE and they are still against us.
we RICH ing interest as of [ rhoea come on so suddenly that there large bottle by Southern Express.1tI

WHOLESOME if suppliedby tax payers yore.Fellow It :you want to TO $3.98 I| is no time to hunt a doctor or go to the''I THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00

mortgage yourselves and your children II store for medicine. Mr. Barber says: BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE'

to secure an up-to-date court I "I have tried Chamberlain's Colic. Co.
Liniment
: Snow
THE HERMITAGE DAIRY house you can do so, but If not you Per Suit. Call and examine for yourself. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy whichis Ballard ...
had better be at the polls on July 6 one of the best medicines I ever ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.

GEO. B. TYLER ProprIetor.fOImKIDNEYCURE. to vote "against bonds." for you can saw. I keep a bottle of it in my room, I

depend the other side is going to bout FRANK P. GADSON.THE as I have had several! attacks of colic I -t

in full force on that day and it has proved to be the best medi-

John Roundabout. cine I ever us d." Sold by the Post-
1 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS.. .
*. B k" Ie.....}. Md Bladder RIGht Reddictt, Fla., June 16, 1905. OCALA BAZAAR. office Drugstore. .J'. ,










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