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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

Notes

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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LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This A WONDER OF THE WORLD The Food That Does Good THE COLORED PEOPLE'S

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(Continued from First Page.) I 1 I DEPARTMENTRev.
coupon entitles the holder to two votes that can be cast for any Institution -
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competing for the library, when properly filled out, signed and returned former island a splendid system of ter- i I

to the ballot boxes In any of the stores participating. minals, filling in a vast stretch of the ,I I J. E. A. Keeler, Editor. I j II

Name of Institution............... ....... ...... .... ......... shore with material, very probably a j i I I I II 1 '
singular kind of white mud found little 'I
a i Ri'AI rt Emanuel of Red- ,
pastor
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The Cod Liver Oil Emulsion "
Name of Voter...............,... ..................,...." distance away, which has great j I Coughs Cold, Influenza, Bronchitis"Par ExttSence, La Grip for I dick M. E. church Is very ilL
hardness and makes admirable soil. .
an
t[Sore Throat and Lungs, Catarrh, Pneumonia, !
EVENING STAR. There will be twelve piers each 800') 'Consumption and all Pulmonary Diseases All i Standard lodge No. 1. .". A. M.. meets

feet long and :200 feet in width, between Druggists,two sizes.SOc.and f 1. 'i tomorrow night. Let all attend. j I

these each basin affording TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAILto [ Lake Charm excursion over the S. A. I
bertha for four large ships, a total offortyeight i i
all sending name and address to L.. on the 30th, at $1 for the round i'
for the twelve piers. I I
OZOMULSION: CO.. 98 Pine Street. New York trip. iI
Space will also be provided for a I
I I FOR
RESTAURANT dry dock, with complete facilities. In Rev. W. O. Hartley preached la"t." ACI1DB LUKE RHEUMATISMCUTSSPRAINS.
WOUNDS, OLD SORES COINS BUr.I .
other words, the plant of the terminalIs A SPECIAL TRAIN TO DENVERVia i ,
night at St. Joseph M. E. church at i I IONS,GALLS, BRUISES, CONTRA .
to be on a scale much larger than Jacksonville. ED MUSCLES, LAME BACK, STIFF JOINTS, fROSTED FEET,
t anything yet seen in that part of the the Missouri Pacific Railway and BU&YS, SCALDS. ETG

.:;::c. First Class Meals country. Mr. Flagler says he cannot the Denver and Rio Grande Wanted, a woman to assist in cook-
t AN
himself estimate the cost of the extension Railroad ing, etc. Apply at Chapman's restau- ANTISEPTIC that flops Irritation subdues Inflammation
and drives
of his road as he does not yet rant. :Main street, near laundry. out Pain.
r Will leave St. Louis at 8:30 a. m,

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES known how much of it will be what is July 4, to accommodate the Southern Ocala and Dunnellon baseball teams PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues promotes -

known as rock fill and how much cement Epworth Leaguers and friends en routeto I a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles naturalelasticity.
crossed bats at the Driving Park this I
.
but what is best and strongestwill II I
the Seventh International Convention
Dining Room open until midnight. Personal be used so as to bid defiance to which will be held in Denver July- afternoon. Game called at 3:30. I I

attention given to special orders, anythingthe wind or wave and make the road abso- 5 to 9. The train v ill be made up of Yearly: excursion to Savannah and

market offers prepared for the table on lutely safe, no matter what the weather special parties from Georgia, Florida, Columbia via the S. A. L., July 2. Rates ,

may be.The Alabama Tennessee and Kentuckyand to Savannah, $6, and to Columbia $S, I j CURED OF PARALYSIS
short notice.
road will pass through the most will arrive at Denver Wednesday, for the round trip. j

tropical and fertile parts of Florida, July 5, at 2:30 p. m., going via Kansas The Bethel Baptist Sunday SchoolConvention \V. S. Bailey, P. O. True, Texas, writes: "My p
::
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar with unbounded possibilities for the City, Pueblo and Colorado Springs, wife had been suffering five years with paralysis in
meets with the Second
growth of truck and fruit, for the open- 'The Scenic Line of the World. Bapj j I her arm, when I was persuaded to use B&llard'tSnow
tist church and Sunday school in Ocalaon
Liniment, which effected I
ing of new pleisure resorts and for new a complete cure.
This will be conductedtour
Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. a personally I Friday, June 2326.:! have also used it for old sores, frost bites and skin
haunts for the fisherman and the hunter
of great interest to all who decide eruptions. It does the work."

Special Price to Regular Boarders and will then pass on to Key West, to go. The tourist car rate from The Bethel Baptist Sunday School
BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED, ALWAYS USED
hence there will .be afforded exceptional St. Louis to Denver is $2.75.:! Propor- Convention meets today at the Second REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES

facilities for travel to Cuba, for tionate rates from points in the South- Baptist church of our city. A great

THE OARMi3HAEL & SON GOAt steamers far larger than ever used in east. Each berth accommodates two time is expected. All are invited. THREE SIZES: 25c, SOc and $1.00
"
those waters are to form part of the persons. BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.

system. In other words the road is For Rev. S. A. Huger, P. E., wishes to.
descriptive matter, sleeping car ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.
McGrath's Stand meant to grasp the Cuban passenger reservations and all other information I state that it was an error that he was II'i

traffic. write to I. E. Rehlander, Traveling I. to preach at Zion M. E. church lastSunday I,

Season by season the travel to Cu- night: that the announcementwas i
Passenger Agent Chattanooga, Tenn. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGlSiS.
ba from this country grows greater and made without his consent. II

greater, and last season the steamersin
J. R. MARTIN & CO. LOW RATES The Zion M. E. church and Sunday
use were actually unable to handleit. I
-- school will have their picnic at the |'
Mr. Flagler is himself one of the Via the Louisville and Nashville Railroad e-
lime kiln tomrroA.. B. Johnson's j
largest holders of stock in Cuban rail- eerisGoodforYou
hacks and teams will be at the chunk j
ways, and he knows the possibilitiesof g
GENERAL LIVERYMEN The following low round trip rates I at 8 o'clock to carry passengers and I
that "garden island. He was there
from Jacksonville to various points baskets for a small allowance. Be on I
last winter and spent a week as the
North and West will be in effect on time. ,
I guest of another distinguished railway dates shown. Proportionately low The malt is a food; the hopsa

Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps president Sir William Van Home, whois rates from other points. Furnished rooms to rent at 75c. per
in charge of the leading railways of tonic. The alcohol-only 3# per centisan
week, single, or $1 for couple, in ad
Drummers Carryalls Saddle Horses etc. PORTLAND, OREGON. Rate, $80.80.
Cuba. Mr. Flagler found to his sur-
vance. Prepared meals at all prices, aid healthful
Account Louis and Clark Centennial to digestion; a : stimulant.
prise that only one-eighth of the ara-
medicines, etc. Call and be economical.

FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSESHorses ble cultivation.land there had ever been" put in I Fair.23 to September Tickets sold 28 certain, with dates final limit:May 1 Mrs.,Mary Orange Jones street., at the old.Home Bakery : Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of


return 90 days. cleanliness cooled in filtered air and

and Mules for Sale. Horses LOW ROUND TRIP RATES DENVER, COLO. Rate, $42.65. Account We wish to correct some statements I bottle is sterilized.

International Epworth League,., that are going the rounds about the every
Boarded the Month FROM OCALA VIA ::
by at Special Rate. Convention. Tickets sold June 29 to Middlebrooks affair in yesterday's
ATLANTIC COAST LINE is-I I It is one of the best things in the world for
July 30, inc.. final return limit Au- sue. The item is from the pen of you.

J. R. MARTIN & CO. gust 8. editor in chief and not from the editorof I
J 18.25:! -KNOXVILLE, TEN Tickets I It does not ferment on the stomach, because it
this department as he does not know
sold June 18, 19, 20. 24, 25, July I, 8, ]BUFFALO N. Y. Rate 3280. Account I
II annual meeting Grand Lodge B. P. O. anything of the affair one way nor is aged-aged for months in refrigeratingrooms
9, 15, 1905, final limit fifteen days addition -
to date of sale. Extension of E. Tickets sold July 8 to 10, inc., other. an-I I before it is marketed.

limit can be secured by deposit of with final limit July 25. Cleaning, pressing, dyeing and ,

GADSON'SANNUAL ticket. TORONTO CANADA. Rate, $35.20.: pairing at John Jackson's and Wil-I" It gives you beci without biliousness. Ask
Account International liam's establishment. Ladies'
$19.30-NASHVILLE. TENN. Tickets Epworth
he thinks
doctor hat about
League Convention. Tickets sold a specialty. Work done with neatness, I your drinking
sold June 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, 21, July
June 10 to 23, inc., final return limit and satisfaction: guaranteed. South Schlitz beer. Ask for
2, 3, 4, 1905, final limit 15 days, but For sale
August 25.NASHVILJ.E. Orange street, two doors below Powers' by
extension can be secured to September &SonCo,
the
Brewery BottLng.TheCarm -
30, 1905.$27.90BALTIMORE. TENN. Rate $16.25. grocery. L

Account Peabody College Summer I Quite a large number of persons left
:! MD. Tickets
CLEARANCE School Vanderbilt Biblical Institute j I the city yesterday to attend the Woman's j
sold July 1, 2, 3 and 4, 1905 via all : The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
rail or via Norfolk and ChesapeakeBay Tickets sold certain dates, June I]I Home Mission Convention at Ii i ij

via Savannah and M. & M. T. 11, July 4, final limit September 30. i j Daytona. Among the m.-yiy who left j 1
Co. Tickets sold June 30 to July 3, KNOXVILLE, TENN. Rate, $16.85. can be mentioned Mesdames R S. ---- -- --- ------- --- ------

Account Summer Schoo of the South. I Mitchell D. H. Brown W. P. Parker..I
BALL inclusive, final limit July 15, 1905, 1I
Tickets sold certain dates June 18 to i Callie Smith H. W. Chandler. Walter
but extension can be secured to Au- 1 I
gust 31, 1905. July 15, inc., final return limit Sep- I Jones and others I I| Atlantic Coast LineTHROUGH

tember 30. 'The Magnolia Restaurant ana Ice
$15.60-TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Tickets
For full information, schedules and : Cream Parlor is nov open night and
sold June 15, 16 17 19. 24, 26, 1, _
July for
I day the public. Meals and lunches
lWe Must Have Room. rates to any point North or West, call
8, 10. 1905, final limit fifteen days, but I served to order. Ice cream and cake a
extension granted to September 30, on or write George E. Herring, Fla. specialty. Give us a trial. Jesse Mc- CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA
1905. Pass. Agt. L. & N. R. R., 206 W. Bay I Duffy, proprietor.

St.,
Jacksonville Fla.
$33.85-BUFFALO, N. y Tickets sold I I -CONNECTIONS- ,
*
35c Jardinnieres now 24c. There will be a grand rally at j
July 8, 9 and 10, final limit July 25, lt'l I
SPECIAL RAILROAD RATES Tabor A. M. E. church on Sunday, TO THE EAST Over its own rails to Savannah, Charleston, Richmond
but extension be secured Au-
75c Jardinnieres now 49c.J.50 can to :25th! inst., in the interest of the trustees All Rail and Washington, thence via Pennsylvania Ry.
gust 4, 1905. Stop-over privilege allowed -
of the said church. A fine
Round Trip Colonist Rates to Texas, I program
$ Jardinnieres now 98c. at Philadelphia, Baltimore and Oklahoma, Louisiana and Indian Territory has been arranged by the pastor, Rev.S. TO THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie

Washington, returning. Each First and Third Tuesday A. Gibbs. Everybody will be highly Flyer route via Atlanta.TO .

$43.70: -DENVER. COL. Tickets sold I entertained anJ stocks will be cared

Rubber shoes for men women and children J9c. I June 29, 30, July 1, 2 and 3, with final Round trip Convention rates to Col "for. Revs. Macon and Edwards will THE EAST Via Sav. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphiaand

limit July 14, but extension can orado June 29 to July 3, inclusive. assist. Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York Washington,

Men's JOe sox, red, blue and black now 7c pair. be secured to August 8, 1905. Same Round trip Convention rates on various Program Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners

rates apply to Colorado Springs and dates from May 23, until September Transportation Company for Baltimore and PhUadelSteamship -
SOc men's black satin shirts 35c.
now Thursday, 7:30: .-Preaching.
*$* I II I Pueblo. Stop-overs allowed at Col- 28, with final return limit 90 days p. phia.

SOc men's work shirts now 38c each. I orado common points. to California and Lewis and Clark Exposition Friday, 10 a. Convention called
Portland, Oregon. to order by the president.i KEY WEST and HAVANA ..Via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co.

25c and 50c suspenders, now 20c and 35c pair. $35.55-ASBURY PARK, N. J. Tick- Through Pullman tourist cars Devotional 2\ercises.: Route of the celebrated trains New York and Florida Special, Florida_

: ets sold June 29, 30, July 1, 2, 1905 ated three days a week from Washington oper- Paper, "GoJ's Power and Goodness. and West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.
for rail lines, and June 26 to 30, Inclusive -
D. C., to San Francisco I Psalm 66. Music.
via South Atlantic ports and without Quickest schedules, superior service. For information as to rates, schedules .
A big line large white tray cloths at Sc each. change, via Atlanta, Mo- Welcome address and response.
Montgomery
steamer; final limit July 10, but extension ; I etc.. commit the purple! folder, or communicate with T. C. White, D. P.

Lace table covers and pillow shams J3c each. can be secured to August 31, bile and New Orleans, and two cars Music A., Tampa; W. J. Craig, G. P. A.; H. M. Emerson, T. :M., Wilmington, N. C.
1905. per week from St. Louis, via Chicago, I Business me3ting. Music.

and Alton and Union Pacific, via Kan- Benediction.
$83.70-PORTLAND. OREGON, Seattle : I
3:30
: Devotional exercises.
sas City and Denver. p. I
Have just put on sale all our Glassware, Tinware, Washington Tacoma, Washington Information cheerfully given.J. Paper, "God Our Refuge an 1trength. I }

Crockery, and Cooking Utensils at cost to get room for5c I Bellingham: Washington, Everett F. Renssalaei, Gen. Agt., ." Psalm: 46. ONLY TWENTY-FIVE
Washington Victoria, B. C.. Vancouver -
Business meeting. Music.
13 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga.
I B. C., going via any direct Report of missionary.

AND JOc COUNTER GOODS route, returning via same or any other Music. Benediction. DOLLARS
TEN TIMES EASIER
I IrJ I direct route. Tickets on sale :May 7:30: p. m.-Devotional exercises .
It is ten times easier to cure coughs, I
22 to September 30, inclusive. Paper, "Christ, Lord of Kabbatb."
croup, whooping cough and all lung
$S6.20-TO SAN FRANCISCO, and Los I Luke 6. Music.Preaching. MEMPHISTO
and bronchial affections when the I
17 dt Angeles California. Tickets on sale S'usic. Collection.
bowels are open. Kennedy's Laxative
) BIG LINE en at intervals in months of :May June, Benediction.
Honey and Tar is the original Laxative
July, August and September. Saturday .
M Cough Syrup. Gently moves the bow-
a $38.25:! TORONTO, ONT. Tickets sold
:J els and expels all cold from the system 10 a. Devotional exercises. DENVERAnd
G W I June 19, 20, 22 23, 1905 final limit
o Fife Best for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Topic: "Moral Virtues and Their
Works

June 30, but extension be
S can secur- Whooping Cough, etc. Remember the Contrary Vices." Prov. 20.

to s ed to August 25. 1905. name, "Kennedy's," and see that the Business" meeting. Music. Return.

j ] s w.DOD $12.45:! -ATHENS, GA. Tickets sold red clover blossom and the honey bee | Benediction.

ALL KINDS FOR a o June 23, 24, 25, :26! July I, 8, 15, 1905, is on the bottle. Sold hy the AntiMonopoly 3:30 p. Devotional exercises. Correspondingly low rates from all points in the Southeast. Tickets on ;ail

N W O with final limit fifteen days from Drugstore. Topic: "Relative Duties of Children June 30 to July 4, inclusive.ROCK .

y day of sale, but extension can besecured --- ___ n__ and Parents." Eph G.
4th of H
d July. to September 30, 1905. Business meeting. Music. GEO H. LEE, S. L. PARROTT,
db I ISLAND
b $21.35 OXFORD, MISS. Tickets sold Benediction. Gen. Pass. Agt, Dist Pas*. Aflt,

June 12, 13, 14, 20, 27, July 5, 11, 18 I THE s" 7:30: p. m.-:Devotional exercises. ROUTE Little Rok, Ark Atlanta, Ga.

25, 1905, limit fifteen days from date Preaching. Collection.

of sale, but extension can be secured I II Benediction.
TEXAS -- --
PACIFIC -
.. to September 30, 1905. I Sunday

Summer Tourist Rates are on sale to fop 10 a. m.-Sunday school mass meet-
CHEAP RATES TO
OCALA BAZAAR all Summer Resorts in the South. !II I 'o AAawAY ++ I ing.

For further information call upon Quarterly review. I

or write to Music. Benediction. California and the NorthwestTHE

J. C. Maughs, F. J. Huber, The Great Eastern 11 a. Missionary sermon.

C. T. A., D. T. A. Collection. Benediction.
and Western Line i
Ocala Florida. I 3:30 p. Preaching.

T. C. White, D. P. A., Tampa, Fla I II Collection Benediction. I, NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY
Across the Entire States of I 7:30: p. m.-Preaching by Rev. N. "DIXIE:: FLYER ROUTE.

odol I SAVANNAH $6; COLUMBIA, $8 I i Brown. moderator of the association,W'I
Collet-lion. Benediction. I Offers law rates tram all Florida points to California and the NorthwMt.
:
i
Dud l !
TEXAS LOUISIAA A
: I The Seaboard Air Line will sell I Everybody is invited to attend these I Below are a few points \\hich'the low rates are applicable. _

s its at above rate for round trip tiCk-I' sessions. $55.10-Portland, Seattle, Vancouver and British Columbia points..

night train only of July 2. SO TROUBLE TO SER QUESTION j I (igned-Re S. Covington. Rev. F. $49.90-Salt fake City. Helen. Butte, Anaconda, Missoula and intermediate

good to return on any train on or before j Direct Line to I JB. Bradley. Rev. W. B. Bacote. F. C. points on the Northern Pacific Railway.

July 13, 1905.ACUTE I W. Williams, Committee. $-\.7G-Ean( rancisco, LP" Angeles, San Diego Benson Phoenix, Prescott -

Dyspepsia NORTH TEXAS Tuscon Denver, Colorado Springs, Leadville, Trinidad and Alberquerque.
A BARGAIN IN LUMBER
RHEUMATISMDeep NhW MhXlCO I The Above Rates Apply From Jacksonville..Proportionate Low Rates From
We have a large quantity of seeon.liband

tearing or wrenching pains, occasioned -I ARIZONAand lumber of all kinds which we will All Florida Points

Cure by getting wet through; worse i j sell cheap and on terms to suit cus- The "Dixie Flyer" Route is via Tif ton, Macon, Atlanta. Chattanooga

.-- when at rest or on first moving the tomer. Ditto & Maloney. Nashville and St. Louis. Two trains daily with through sleepers to Et Lout: 1

Sites rest to the stomach Cures indigestion! ,dyspepsia, sour stomach, limbs and in cold or damp weather, is CALIFORNIA THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITEFor and Chicago.

tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach cured quickly by Ballard's Snow Lini 1 Leave Jacksonville 7:50 a m., via the Georgia Southern and Florida Ry.Leave .
nervous WRITE FOR SEW BOOK OF TEXAS. FEES! I Coughs. Croup Whooping Cough
ment. Oscar Oleson Gibson City Ill.,
stomach and catarrh of the stomach.. A i Jacksonville 8:05 p. m- via the Atlantic Coast Line Ry.
guaranteed cure. One Minute Cough Cure Is thechildren's I'I'totc.
writes Feb. 16, 1902; "A year ago I was i
Stop-overs allowed on these tickets. Tickets are on sale March.1 to_May
troubled with a pain in my back. It E. P. TURNER favorite. This is because it
as w law Dlet6 What You Cat D.u.z bnt.laala{ 11 6, inclusive, and from September 15 to October 31.
ntary f 1.0 J*Witt bakes lib S.atlt ....., &1." &. Kick U tfc. soon got so bad I could not bend over. contains no opiate is perfectly harm
a.-a o a a AM m Re tnt.or it oat d... One bottle of Th: llard's Snow Liniment General Passenger Agent less, tastes good and cures. Sold byI For map, schedlues and other information write to E. J, Walker, Florid

BY THE ANTIMONOPOLY DALLAS TEXAS II I Passenger Agent, "Dixie Flyer" Route, Jacksonville Florida.
SOLD DRUGSTORE. OCALA, FLA. cured mot. Sold by all druggists. I I the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. t

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EVENING STARC. THE MONTEZUMA I:OCALA EPWORTH AND LEAGUE THE LIBRARY CAPITAL 50000.00 ; j _


& CO. I
L BITTINGER
< ur plan as offered to the public in

soliciting votes in the library contest, I HERBERT A. FORD, President. .

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll i is not understood by all. and we beg I GEU. H. FORD, Vice Presi ent.

Proprietors and Publishers. you to githis explanation your atj; F. WATSON, Cashier;

10.:,UOll. 1 I
I' .
C. L. BITTINGER, The great need of a public readi.g: '

loom and place of entertainment i,vi- ;
Editor and General Managre. ,jui, ted under the auspices of some j

I'hnsnan" organization fot the youn I CENTRAL rATIONAL BANK
R. R. CARROLL,
l p.-?;pie! and others of our city, and vis- i,

City Editor and Business Manager i .t.r. ainoi.g us, has long been a sah- i,
? l y
A3rf N J"t uii
"John Roundabout" of IJeddkk who t : \W hate at last decided to act in the OF OCALA.

In the Star says he la opposed to bond: iimtter. Pleasant rooms convenient to _
th. business center of our city, have
certainly sped a merrygo-round In
t,.,.u engaged and the work of fitting

driving the aame. Now why Is not th..m up begun. J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON

"John Roundabout" honest In his state Thf- possibilities of such a movement GEO, MAcKAY. ED HILLER.

Influential citizens 'are great and it should command the Directors : HERBERT I A
ment or that of the FORD. GEORGE FORD.R. .
approval and support of all public spir-
who got him to write the article. In say- S. HALL.
iied people of our citThe public
Ing that after all the county commissioners I
i I reading and social rooms will be established -
were compelled to leave the
Ii in any event, but we feel that
bonding of the county to the peop'e. i
LEASED FOR TEN YEARS. I the magnificent library now being con-
Other counties had done the same for !
I j tested for would be a most valuable addition -

the when same said purpose commissioners, and why had published not ours, ,' The Best Year Round Hotel at $2.00PER I and assure the immediate permanence HOUSE FURNISHINGS 1

of the movement.
through the press of the county the DAY IN FLORIDA. Wtare positive in the statementthat

fact that they desired to build a courthouse
Up-to-datr and Clean Well Furnished Rooms no other institution in the contest -
If it was the wish of the people, ,

and count It for was anything.if expressions The only of opinion difference I and Plenty to Eat. has of yet which offered promises a plan as great, the a execution result -- Our stock of Ftnitttte and House FurnishingGoods

as the work we have begun. The
with our commissioners and those COL. V. J. SHIPMAN Proprietor.
,! greatest good to the largest number i<;
who had done similar acts was that our aim.Make I I is second to none in the StateEVERY

ours were too honest to do an illegal I
a full and careful comparisonin
act and then go to the legislature to I legalize
I every particular as to the
it. but sought authority first, for no matter if th<> state press is ready to WEST FLORIDA EXCURSION dispositionand
use of the library if it was in -
possession
which they should be commended. In back him up as does the state press >f SEABOARD AIR LINE:
of the several different
that case it was not bonds, but war- Georgia line up for Clark Howell and organ- KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MATNESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES
izations working for it. Now note this
rants. The Interest on $ O.OOO a year Hoke Smith for gubernatorial honor0. Night Train, June 27 : TINGS, WINDOW SHADES LACE AND PORTIERc SADCLES, WHIPS, ETC.; EVERY KIND OF BUGGY,
If the Epworth League secures this elegant -
at 4 per cent is not (30,000 as John The Seaboard Air Line will run. an collection of literature It will be CURTAINS, SCREENS: ETC.: BLANKETS AND WAGON AND CARRIAGE FOP. ANY PURPOSE.;

Roundabout states but $20,000. Now OCALA HOUSE CAFE excursion to West Florida on night placed at the disposal of every memberof SPREADS, SHEETS ANO PILLOWS; ROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, LUBRICATING OILS,

if the payment of those bonds begins Opposite. C. L. passenger depot is train of June :27. Tickets good to return I every other order church and LAMPS AND TOILET SETS; JARS AND FLOWED 3UILDIN5 MATERIALS, LIME. PLASTER LATHS
eleven from the date of issue it I'I on or before July b. Rates for
years now open, under new management and ciety in our city. It will not"be a }so'I'I POTS; COOK AND HEATING STOVES AND RANG- BRICK SHINGLES: CEMENT; PHOSPHATE MACHINERY .
decreases the interest to the extent of first class in respect. The only round trip: Lake City, $3.25; Live Oak I
every vate affair in any particular and ES; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR OF ALL KINDS.
$5000 a year. John Roundabout magnifies place in Ocala serving Western meats. J3.50; Madison, $I; Monticello, $4.50; one will be deprived of its use. I .

the commission of the officials in Whittside and Troxler, Carrabflle $6; Tallahassee, $4.50; Apalachicola -
You have our plan. If its meets your Iappro'al }
connection with this bond issue a hun- Proprietors.ARE $6.50; Quincy, $5; River 1 1totes.

dred fold. lie asks if an ordinary Junction $;;; Bainbridge, Ga., $5:;; Cuth- Your give-supiiort the Epworth in the League effort your will" j'I|I J Deep well drilling contracting and building of all kinds done

business man can stand !such financiering. YOU GOING WITH bert, Ga., $3.50.SMOKING ;) be highly appreciated. The excellent !I ,

Yes millions have stood it, are THE ELKS TO BUFFALO? vote received thus far is indeed gia'-1! under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and estimates
now standing it. and will continue such IN A
ifying. We thank our friends. I
standing to the end of time. and we
The Seaboard Air Line is the offi POWDER MAGAZINE Ocala Epworth League. 1 i 1 on anything you need.MCIVER .
will wager "John's" taxes on this bond iI
: cial route. Call at the city ticket office I I
Issue that he, too, has stood it since Is courting death more suddenly but I
and make your reservations as earlyas QUALITY VS. QUANTITYHard
he became a resident of Marion, and Is not moe surely than neglecting kid

atilt on top of mother earth. possible. ney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure
muscles and strong body do not & MACKAY
Now "John" don't piay the baby ict will cure a slight disorder In a few
depend on the quantity of food you eat,
BRICK BLOCK IN OCALA
and talk about not paying the bonds $4000 days, and its continued use will cure
I I I but on its perfect digestion and proper
when due and the holders coming in If taken soon, we have for sale a the most obstinate cases. It has curedmany
assimilation. When you take Kodol
and mandamusing us. If the people brick block, containing three stores, people of Bright's disease and diabetes I Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all CCAL-A : : L.C>> RIIA

vote the money they will provide for it large hall six offices above on very who were thought to be incura-
I the nourishment out of all the food you
like any honest man who assumes an reasonable terms. A fine investment; ble. If you have kidney or bladder
I eat. It digests what you eat regardless; -
obligation, gets value received and will pay 15 per cent or more. If interested trouble commence taking Foley's Kid- i I
of the condition of the stomach andconveys
|
pledges his assets for cancellation of inquire of Ditto & Maloney, ney Cure today, before it is too late. | SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY! LOADS
the nutrient properties to the .,4i OF FUN
said debt. Well If the county is in Ocala Fla Sold by the Postoffice: Drugstore. I a
blood and tissues. This builds up and I
the best of financial condition now, now Special Rates and health for the little ones anlgrownups :
strengthens the entire system. Kodol ,
is the time to build the court house NEW TAILOR SHOP SEABOARD AIR LINEFOURTH I I
in driving fcr recreation
I cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia Belching $23.43:: LOUISVILLE. KY., and

and not wait till another financial disaster Mr. Peter Ingram, who has been OF JULY RATE Sour Stomach, Weak Heart etc. Sold Tickets on sale July 30 and 31. and pleasure. Prove it if you hitch a

overtakes us. "John" must be a resting for several has again I
up years by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. final limit August 10. I horse or two to one of the carriages
pessimist from the way he spreads the entered into the tailoring business and Tickets will be sold July 2, 3 and 4, many -

., wings of despair over Marion, when is prepared to take and all orders >fi limited returning July 8, at one and i'| $2S. 5 TORONTO CANADA, I runabouts, surreys and buggies
SUMMER TOURIST RATES
turn. Tickets on sale June 19, I
awmills, phosphate and turpentine arc his line at room 9, 2nd floor, Gal Y cne-third fare for the round trip. I occupying floor space In our sales
VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINE and 23 with final limit to leave i =_-
gone. These commodities have disappeared block. X11f that leaves
I I rooms. Every rig our storeis
ronto not later than June 30. II
from other Southern commonwealths FEEL IMPENDING DOOM I
i I If you contemplate visiting summer $19.30-NASHVILLE. TEX ., certain to be th., acme or comfort alto
but Bradstreet says they IN MAD CHASE i II
never enjoyed such prosperity as they The feeling of impending doom In resorts see ticket agents Atlantic turn. Tickets on sale June springs, seats tires, and every partof

do today. Millions rush in mad chase after the minds of many victims of Bright'sdisease I Coast Line and get all information 13, 19. 20, 21, July 2, 3, 4, with I its make-up. We are glad to name
health, from one extreme of faddism to with reference to rates, routes schedules -
Now "John." don't be a chronic kicker and diabetes has been changedto I limit of fifteen days from I prices any day.S. .
another, when, if they would only eat and Pullman service. Summer f
sale. Extension available to
or knocker. Don't you know that thankfulness by the benefit derived
good food, and keep their bowels regulated tourist rates are now in effect to aU tember :20. COeYQRATSi' / A. STANDLEY & COFlorida
sufficient unto the day is the evil there from taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It
with Dr. King's New Life Pills, the principal resorts throughout the
of. will cure incipient Bright's disease and $3i.55-BlFFALO.: x. T. Tickets
their troubles would all pass away. country, with return limit October 31.
Nell what about the railroad bonds diabetes and even in the worst cases July 11 to 15, 190;;. Final limit
Prompt relief and quick cure for all Rates have been announced to all
Without the railroads no court house give comfort and relief. Slight disorders gust 4, by depositing ticket j
liver and stomach trouble. 25c. at the i springs, mountain and seashore resort", East
would be needed; there would be no are cured in a few days. "I had joint agency, 177 Washington I Coast Railway
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Guarantee: For the first time round trip ticketsare
business to demand one. No matter how I diabetes in its worst form," writes Marion Buffalo, not later than July 15 ;
now on sale to resorts in New England
those bonds were issued that railroad Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "I tried paying fee of $1. Account of ,;

has paid in accumulated enhanced value CREAMERY BUTTER eight physicians without relief. Only territory. Lodge B. P. O. E. j I local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April I 7 'IttS.

through its being built a thousand 25 CENTS A POUND three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure SAN FRANCISCO AND LOS f .

per cent profit to one of loss, if the The Carmichael & Son Co. keep con I CURES OLD SORES LES. Rate, $80.10. Tickets sold j SOUTH-BGUhD-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOURD-READ UP.

case is thoroughly investigated and all stantly ou hand receiving a fresh sup LOST-A silver buckle, with the initials tain dates April 10 tc I

the facts made known. two "E. S." Lost between the Commercial I Westmoreland Kans, May 25. 1902: inc., final return limit 90 days I No 99 No. 29 STATIONS Na.7L'Na.1Daily. '
ply days delicious
every pure ,
Without the issue of those bonds"John" bank and home, Xo. 19, Herbert Ballard Snow Liniment CO.-Your date of sale, not to exceed \' Dally. ,' Daily, Dally.
Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per' I Snow Liniment cured --
old
wouldn't be in Florida todayto street. Finder will be suitably rewarded an sore on 30. I Ii 60 I', 9 40a Lv ......?.?....Ja..ksfJnvllle.... ...._. Ar t 009 8 60
write his article. pound, kept on Ice. Phone No. 37. by returning to Miss B. N. Sinclair, I the side of my chin that was supposed Ii 0'11'', 9 4S a, ..._....s.,. Juclo."nvllle_...._ Lv 6 62 p 8 49 a
to be a canC i. The sore stub- I $18:25 KNOXVILLE, TENN., 6lsp'le55a, .?.....__St.Auea,.tin6 ?_....-.. 550p 740a
Herbert A. Ford says that no good Ct'mnier ial Bank, Ocala. I was turn. Tickets sale June 18 653 P 1132 Ii ..................If.:..'itg.._?.__.._. 4 55 p 6 49
and helpful thing can be had without NORMAL INSTITUTEAT born ana wouli not yield to treatment on I 7 10 pi'';ll S0 a ., -............&. L 1'alatk......,.._. 434p 428a
until I tried Snow Liniment 20, 24, 23;), July 1, 8, 9, 15, 19, s
paying for It. We didn't have good HAWTHORNETerm which did of 1 1 35:; P 1215 P Ar ............?_...Palatka ...__... Lv 410 p 6 00 a
15 from date ??
roads until we were willing to tax ourselves the work in short order. Mr. sister, returning days tXJ) 6 43 Pill 25& Lv............... .._Pa.iatt.a_....._. ..... Ar 6 00 p 6 65 a
begins July 10 and continues DO YOU WANT : ,
-
Extension available: to 01 -
for them. If "John" has a plan eight weeks. Good accommodations at Mrs. Sophia J. Carson Allensville :Mif- 82:: P I 200 I' Ar ............_._!San Y'It"o_...._.... ... Lv 210 p ,...
for raising money for needed public improvements fin county, Pa., has a sore and mistrusts $17.70 ASHEVILLE, N. C., and "0 2 10 PI 8 00" Lv ..............._ lido Mittt.o_....._...... A.rt 823p 15O& .
reasonable rates. For further
without money we wows address J. N. Overhultz,particulars Keuk-. TO BUY ADo that it ?. a cancer. Please send Tickets on sale June 223: :: i i l: 1 5i P 1:1-: 31 P Lv-...._......._....N.oga_.....""""..... Lv 7 57p 550* ti M 4fS

be delighted to hear from him. Than : her a SOc Lott!". Sold by all druggists. with final limit July 5. 8 IJ3 i.12 H l' ...._........_.Bunurlls.............._ 3 44 p 6 36 a A
Fla. I S Itt l' 12 55 pi' ?........._...__DUe at._....._..... 3 57 p 6 29 a M j
he needn't wear his eyes out shedding 0'1 8 U Itll 21 PI ..... ........... Ormond.......?...._?. 310 p 4 69 a
crocodile teas about the I BOARD OF CONTROLThe TAX ON BABIES I 01 II 53 p' 139p l. .. ...._......._..Diij.t..na?_..._ 3 OU p 4 4T a '
mortgaging 9 04 1'.1511': d ...?.........Port .. 2 50 P 4035aI p 1)
heritage ci our children's children. Let I Extreme !.ot weather is a Jl 9 251'1 2 151'1 Ar .....?....... \ew Sm'rlta... .......... 230 415
Men Who Will Locate the New ,.. .t.
them hoe their own row as "John" has upon the digestive power of ; I .= 10 21 a: a H pi Ar. ..........-.. Lake Helen .........._? Lvl12 65 PI 610 I' Qr
done, and assist in paying for the benefits Site of the State University when puny and feeble they 10 3J a 3 55 P ... ?........Ora..w'' ('ity............... 3pi 6 54 p t
a past generation has bequeathedto I given a few doses of White's I a.::: 0 45 ai 4 00 Pi ........Orange City Juwtiun...... 0" ,42 30 p 6 UpE ,

.. them. I (Tampa Tribune.) Vermifuge, the children's tonic. I I 93iP1 22Tp: Lv .... ..........Few Smrrr.a..._?.._.... Lv 220p140Sa:
i 10 091,! :2 511 .....?.. ...??'(1ItIk! Hill.............. .. 164 II 33ia .t
/ "John If and raI will stimulate .nd facilitate the ?
you yours want to be 7 I Tallahassee June :!:!.-GovernorUinward l I C 1031 J1: 330 P Ar ... ._......__.ft.Ivtlle.w.. ,. 116p1300a, CA
as clams vote against bonds. If P-t tion of their food so that they j o -- '
/ you 7 j :I yesterday appointed the five I; ---1:........... ..................... .. ................... .Lv'.1000 a;'10 00& 0' '
I wish to meet the needed requirements members of the board of control pro- come strong healthy and active. j fI4 .1000a,Lv ....................S'iuf.'r.l... .............? 00 a :2.
; of the county, why count the bond issuea I by all druggis's. ... Ari.--'I', .
f I j I \ided for by the Buckman bill to act r 10 39 P, a 30 pI Lv ....?.......- Titusville_._....... Pi 00 a G
duty and obligation you owe your I I withthe State Board of Education, in t&I I U 11 lal'l 4 119 p ... ...._..............C r..a..._.?_...__ .. I.12n: p' 219 a y
/ county and hto: most enterprising citizens You Want ToSell EDISON PHONOGRAPHSEdison 11 221', 4 131"' ....._._.. _lt"ckIMge: _._.........?. .. 1:1: 30 I' 215 a
fixing the locations of the State University 11 63 pi 45p', ..._........._Eau Gal.'ft.......... ?.... .. 1158a 1441 _
and vote accordingly and State Female College, : recor s, only 35 cents; I e.o 1205 a' 4 51 pl'j __.._..._Mf'lbfurne.... ....._ .. 11 48 a, 134 ar :2
I a 51 a1' 5 37 P, ._......_._8.bllltlan_.._ .. lit 01 a 12 61 a
I Rent or Buy which are to succeed the other state selection in stock. Can furnish !i 139 a 6 2:1: p;, _._........,.."'. Llldft............._?. ., 10 12 a:12: OOm CA.
Editor Harris of the Banner writes a institutions of learning now in exist- Edison record in three or four i Co 155110 6 n p;, ..._..........4..1'11"ro:6____ 1016! all' 66 p toCJ -)
i I 218 a 'j U8 p, ." ._......_...T.hl a13.......__.... i 30 alI: 22 t23a,7121
well meaning editorial on Geo. W. Wil- a House Store ence. They are: Phillip K. Yonge, Pen- Perpetual points will give sweeter i eJ ,' ..._.......__.fden._..... .....- .. 926a'1118 .
son, editor-in-chief of the Times.en. siuola. Nathaniel Adumshite sic more natural tone than any l 2 2'i ai' 117 P. ...?...?_....J.nl'f'l _._._ 'I 921 a1113 I; p .....
I : ,j r.n 2 39&1 1 28 P a .....?..."_.......'U'\I'_......_..,_ "4! 911a1104 :2
ion, as a gubernatorial candidate, and Lot Farm? Springs: T. B. King. Arcadia; Dr. A. L. er. You can play Edison records j 3 a 7561"1 ?. _...__. III\ IP.nnd.-?. ., 8 U a 10 36
or a 27a _.. .. ..wra /j 21 a'1019 C.
says if his name should be presentedfor Brown. Eustis X. P. Jackson- thousand times. Call and hear i oW ; p ,
; Bryan 4 01 a''' 8 51 Pt _.......?W"8 Palm Beach_ ..._ 7 (8 9 UP...
that exalted position in Florida all ille. see for yourself A. E. Burnett 432a918p'!' ...-..........U.yatnu............- 720a I 9181' -
the papers of the state would present a Do You Want to Fla. <<:: 4425! 928p I ..' ..- ...._,....l..ir"r: _...._?__ 110 a i CJ8 P .
These five gentlemen are to act with 5 3i a 10 21 pl! ............4L; La u.I..rdale......_...... 618 a 1 I 15646a103Op P
united front for the president of the NEW 5-GENT CIGARS the five members of the State Boardof Q .................._ [::UII"_............_?. 610a 804 .
"state press sang." Now ersonally.. II 5&a.10 Up" -..._......._J..J.a..d'lI_..._..._ ., Ii SS a T H P
I Insure Life Education. already in existence The finest ant: most complete I 624 ajllll7 pl! ....?...._. .1; r,..It (:ity_._._.... 5 34 a T 29 .
the editor of the Star admits in Mr. I prescribing the location of the two of perfumes, toilet soaps and j II 35 '1115p..r ..._._ _......._S1lami...._...._ Lv 5 21a 7 20D ,

Wilson the many fine traits of char Havana FactorinosAnd Limb or Property? state institutions which are to succeed in the city, at Tydings and i JI)I I J Dally: :-I Daily

acter given him by his life-long an-1 I Ern HOMESTEAD EXTENSION Yx. t8sa
bosom friend. Editor Harris their Damon AT LOVERS' LANE j i

and Pythias relations, only brokenfor THEN LOSE: NO j The main fight now being waged oa There 'will be a picnic at I: 6 45a':-...__'Lv ...... ..__.._Miami_..._._.__.. Ar -__ .I-6 OOp -'

a short time during th; first stren- La MonageAT TIME IN SEEING |I the location rtf the State; University Lane. two miles east of Citra, 8 4r1&:,..........- Ar -.- ......_al..raPetead._..__.... Lv/.....--i, I Up

uous Bryan campaign, when Editor | i" between Lake ('it and Gainesville. There will be plenty of --.

Harris swore by the morning stars. DITTO & MALONEY I In estimating; the probable complex- the grounds. Everybody is "<: ", N.Dally 23'0.Sunday 21 Sunday No. 19 Sunday No. 17 No.1i'Dilly MAYPORf IFlANH I)No 18 San4ay Ne. 10 Sue/aye II. II)I.Bally It

which he thought sang all together for TAYLOR'SPerlection Ilin; of the board of control, as regards invited to attend antI hung well hSun Only I 0nq. Only. Er Sun. I! Daily. Cary. Osly Is sea

Bryan's victory and that 16 to 1 was th.- tight between Gainesville! and Lake I baskets. i, Soot. 645p 200p) 933a I JQ a Lv ..........Jar.9t.nvm.: ...._. Ar II 30" 12 00 n s 4615' 111 P
the only thing to save the nation, while "ity. the present members of the State S CIS p II III P 2 J8 l' 9J: a i 0"a Ar ......5.. Jar.knville...?.. Lv: II 22 a 11 U A, 5 3't I' 101 p t
Editor Wilson 5 40 f' 1 24 I' 2 "J P 1010 3 9 39 a" ..._.1'1'.1. &:vlt...._ 7 6 J a 1120 a Ii 06 P 4 3I
representing his gold- BEAUTIFUL MILLINERY\ !i'-i-nl t ,l of Education who will have I i.fu.d READ: THIS 6431 729I' 245p1015a 244a .. ......Atlan'icE.ac1L..._ "I" 'Sa lIlSa 60p 'lOp P

bug tyranizing employers said nay: ant Canopies ...! r..i i,.a \\ith the appointees named' : 701p 74Sp 3OOpie ulalunoa .. ........ .. 11"'H".rt............ 3O A 11 00 a 'U a 11 P

poked fun at the frothing Ocala sil- ,i"i ,\r-. must he taken into considera- | Dothan, Ala., July 13 ,

verite which made the Nestor of the I I ',,,!I.. The fire members ol the Plate I PEMNS11AR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MUlL
1I
.Florida press fairlygnash his teeth I I l-'i: d i or" Education who with the th'eq..lIlt..S j j j.i Dr. E. W. Hill. St. Louis. Mo.

with madness. Mr. Wjison has ma'iysplendid Sir: We have been selling :your
I ;. of yesterday will decide th- i: Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Cemtur"F
Wonder Hall's Great Discovery
qualities: which would adorn
!!
I t. -=ar l"' .\ .-iity! matter. are: Governor X. B.

that office, and we would not begrudgehim !:",.t\aroi. Jacksonville! : Secretary two years and recommend it to HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

the chair but so have thousand cwety tt .. .O.t.: H flay Crawford, Tallahassee; suffering with any kidney

of other men in this commonwealth ( being the best remedy we ever ,
\ t. rn -yGeneral W. H. Ellis. Quincy
: Tlieea Time Tab;"> show the .
whose will Yours truly, J. R. a times! at .1.1'h trains may exp9cted to arrive ata&d< 4.p rt
names never be associatedwith Treasurer W. V. Knott. Leesburg: ?:: urint.ndrnt from the several still ns, but thir arrival i>?d- pat'ire at the time stated 11 not ianfit44
the exalted position, because they tI i p,'. M. Hoilonoy. Gaines- I nor la this Company to be held rea;>->CaiUe for acy delays> or any'consequence arising ttanOOA;

are not all editors of the Times rnion. \ A TEXAS WONDER !: J

nor have a bosom friend who loves to lir.of : For Coy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Inform .Uan
I t'r these. Mr. Knott and Mr. Holy !!)- One small bottle of the Texas "

announce the impossible. We say impossible : \\ .-. are regarded: as sure supporters of ,i, der, Hall's Great Discovery, "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." j

for so long as Mr. Wilson is lee Gainesville. This it is believed as- (i Kidney and Bladder troubles, : i
J. D.
the exponent and mouthpiece of Flag- -I TMAf : ures Gainesville four sure votes out i i j jf : Gravel, cures Diabetes Seminal RAHNER, Aj t. Oen'l PMS. Aft., ST. AUQU5T1NE FLA.
'
ler's Interests so long will he have n.amore 4 FiCKACt. : .. the ten. and at least four of the :,! sions. Weak and Lame Backs, ;
chance to become governor of i iI I; matism and all irregularities. Schedule on Mayport Branch and Homestead Extension Florida East Coast
The best members
on earth for either iron or are regarded as doubtful to'

Florida than the man who is writing wood beds, or children's cribs. Most All new and right up with thej !I,be influenced by the arguments and women.Kidneys and Regulates Bladder bladder in both Railway

this, and who never had the vanity to durable ;' of facts that Effective June 3, 1905, the schedule figures for the Mayport Branch ant
sanitary and time saving. We season. Many beautiful! trimmed showings may be made by :|< children. If not sold by your ,Ii

even dream of such an impossible oc are headquarters for everything in hats, PATTK'RN HATS and the I the respective cities. ,I will be sent by mail on receipt I Homestead Extension, now shown in time-table No. 52:!, will be changed, additional

currence. It was very kind of Mr. Har- I j'i I beds of bed fittings, from the canopy I I. FAMOUS: : GAGE HATS. Ai j The most powerful individual on the 'i One small bottle is two months' trains being put into service between Jacksonville and Mayport, and

ris to editorially sound Mr. Wilson's I t I to the springs. Our prices are always i complete stock of Trimmings :j board is believed to be Governor Brow- :j'j I merit and seldom fails to perfect a j the service between Miami'and Homestead being reduced to one train a day

name but there is no gubernatorial right. ard. and well posted politicians T.eie Dr. E. W. Halt sole each way, leaving Miami 8 a, m., and returning leave Homestead 1 p. m. arriving -

mantle awaiting him"as long as he Is I I I Flowers, Ribbons, etc. I.say that the governor's choice will be.10. Bob &29, St. Louis. Mo. { Miami 2:30: p. m. For corret schedule see any agent of the F. E. C.

the E.-ln-C. 9f the g. :and g. T.-U., McIVER & MacKAY MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK the choice of the majority of the bciri I iteettmonials.i L Sold by all druggi Ry. or for pocket time-card address J. D. Rabner, A. G. P. A. ,n








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JUST RECEIVED A WONDER\ OF THE WORLDThe I TRYING TO MAKE A TRUCE EDWARDS BROTHERS


i ODDS AND ENDS I.


Fresh Fancy CrackersIn Railroad That Wili Bridge the President Roosevelt Endeavoring to AT THE CITY MARKET

Ocean From the Florida Mainlandto Prevent Further Slaughter in the


Key West Far East Leading "Wholesale & Retail Butcheis

Raleigh Jf. 2.. June :21.-The sort oCI OF SHOES.We I SL Petersburg, June :f.-President
-ALSO- I
Roosevelt has taken
evidently a new
railroading which appeals to the pub I
and important step in the negotiations WESTERN
FLORIDA
AND CHOICE MEATSCELERY
Butter Thins, Cheese Biscuit, Na- ,lic mind, by reason of its daring and between the belligerents. While thereare !

biscos and Champagne Wafersin by the new problems which it oft.-ri collateral reasons for believing thatit I 1
presents to the engineer Is that thro' NLL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
Packages. relates to an armistice which will

mountain regions, but it has remained prevent' the impending battle in Manchuria I 1 FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 1M

ROYAL MINT SAUCE for Mr. Henry M. Flagler to take in are Cleaning Up, this Week, a Lot this cannot be positively af
construction whichis
hand some railway firmed.
FRANCO-AMERICAN SOUPS I I
not only unique but daring to the June 22. It is intimated
Shoes Washington. -
AND GAME PATES of $1.50 $2 and $2.50 I
I
I last degree. This'task is the exten- in official circles that negotiations are JUST RECEIVED

sion of the Florida East Coast Railway
proceeding looking to an armistice between -
For Ladies.
Sea our Line of Canned Meats which has for some years beenin Japan and Russia.

ollt."ration.betw'en St. Augustine and
I 154 miles southwestward ant 72 Three-piece, brown half lined Suits made by
:Miami ,
THREE PHYSICIANS TREATEDHIM
And Don't Fail to Register a Vote for I

Your Favorite on Every Ten-Cent i..northwestward from the latter point to AT SO CENTSTHE WITHOUT SUCCESSW. the famous G- Marks & Company, merchant] tail-
i the important island of Key West. Theronstruction
Purchase. ors New York. Made to retail for $J 7. Our
of the extension Is proceeding up
L. Yancey, Paducah, Ky., writes:

i AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY I The road rapidly.will traverse for a considerable 1"1 had a severe case of kidney disease price
three of the best physicians in i

-, _. distance a ridge or slight elevation W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE GO. Kentucky treated me without success.I .
of oolitic limestone: and -
passing
beyond this will reach sand, th-rmangrove then took Foley's Kidney Cure. The :
INDERTAKERANT
first bottle gave immediate relief and $9.98

th.it strange tree which THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. Three bottles cured me permanently.I .
reaches its roots down into the water
gladly recommend this wonderful

I from the limbs above, being for a long 'n____ ._ _._. ._ ._ _ Sold the Postoffice
r.. >- remedy. by Drug-
distance the principal vegetation. Then I

I the road will strike consideiab'e SPRAINED ANKLE, STIFF NECK, LOW RATES TO BALTIMOREAnd store. We [invite oar customers to [inspect these suitsbefore '

stretches of water more or less shallow -
EMBALMERS LAME SHOULDERThese
I ANTHONY they are picked over.
I but always the foundation will \h. Return Via the Atlantic CoastLine
three ailments for
are common

one of the finest and most substantial: \hk-h Chamberlain's Pain Balm is especially We hear much fear expressed on account :-
I
We have two Registered Undertakers imaginable., namely coral rock. valuable. If promptly appll 'I, On account of the United Society of so many cantaloupes and melons THE BOSTON STORE.IF
will of the mo..ti .
The construction be
I it will save you time, money and suffering Christian Endeavor International Con- being left on the ground to rot, lest

and EmbalmersAll I i expensive and durable character andeverything \\hen troubled with any of these vention, July !5-10, 1905, the Atlantic it produce fever. There is good rea- -

work entrusted to our '' will make for absolute safe ailments.sale by the Postoffice Coast Line will sell tickets from pointsin son for such fear.
ty. The first purvey was for a line to
Drugstore. Florida to Baltimore and return at Rev. A. M. Kenney will attend the
care will receive prompt and Cajie Sable but when this was mad ,
very low rates. Tickets will be sold district conference of the M. E. churchat
skilled attention. All em- Mr Flagler found that he was sixty B. P. 0. E. GRAND LODGE July 1, 2, 3 and 4 via all rail, or via I Floral City on the 2Sth inst. Owingto YOU DO
miles from Key West and twelve miles!
Norfolk and Chesapeake Day, and June his absence there will be no services -
balming fully guaranteed. A .from what is known as the three fathom The Seaboard Air Line Railway has 30 via Savannah and M. & M. T. Co., at the church the next first Sunday.

splendid stock of Caskets and i line of the Gulf. He therefore decided been designated by the Florida Elks' for steamer sailing from Savannah The tax collector is now ready to receive MUCH WRITING .
to undertake the
greater pron-
from
Association official
as their route
i July 1. Final limit of tickets will be town taxes.
Burial Robes carried at all osition and !so changed the line from session
Florida to the Grand Lodge at
July 15, but extension of limit can Le Monday afternoon Mr. Hillson'shorses
Homestead and is building more nearly Buffalo. It is the desire to operate a"lorida
obtained to August 31. Stop-overs will became frightened at the cars
times.OCALAPURNITURECO. along what may be called the generalline Elks train to leave j You will find that it will to
special be allowed at Washington, going or I and ran awaIn their flight they surely pay get a good

I of the coast Tampa at 8 p. m.. July 8, and Jackson- returning, or both, within final limit I crashed into Mr W. H. Webb's storefront I fountain pen. It is the most convenient writing instrument -

Go From Key to KeyIn ville at 9 a. m July 9. of ticket, but in no case to exceed ten narrowly missing one of the

i Round trip rates to Buffalo from days. large show windows. As it was. one of ever invented, to say nothing of its superiority

Phone No. 10. Night phone No. 94. : a scenic way the road will be notable Tampa, $39.10; Orlando. $37.10; Ocali, For rates, reservations or any information I the horses turned completely over, I
of We
havea
The views it will give of those $3:;.8i Gainesville, $34.95. over ordinary pens in point neatness.
.-- .- ; see nearest ticket agent or i: damaging the rteps and the wagon to
beautiful Southern waters, with all For sleeper reservations or other communicate with T. C. White, D. P. :: some extent out no serious injury to I first rate line of the best makes of fountain pens,
their tenderness of tint, with th+ i
information write to S. C. Boylston, Jr.,
A., Tampa, Fla. I the horses.
's 'ores of 'keys'* or islands and islets. Pass Agt., or A. O. MacDonell, Asst. Miss Donnie and Miss Ossie Griffin which we are selling at very reasonable prices. We

FOLEY'S ,.great and small, will make it like a Pass. Agt., Jacksonville, Fla. THE SALVE THAT PENETRATES have gone to Toronto, Canada, as delegates have also an extensive and choice assortment of Simmons
voyage in wonderland. The line will

puss from key to key, and the first JUST WHAT EVERYONE DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve penetrates League to Convention.the International They will visit Epworth Niagara o watch chains, that we would like you to see.

deep what is water known it as will Knight's strike Key will, wiaerethta. be at SHOULD DO the pores of the skin, and by its I Falls and other Northern res"l'ls.. These chains which are in both men's and women's .

Mr. J, T. Barber of Irwinville Ga., antiseptic, rubifocient and healing influence before returning home.
:<- will be a channel thirteen feet i'i the most guaranteed goods
strongly we
always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain'sColic it subdues inflammation and Mr. J. C. Howell of Sarasota has issued styles are

KIDNEY depth.Several. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedyat cures Boils, Burns, Cuts, Eczema, Tet- invitations to several of his friendsto handle
drawbridges will be const _
: hand ready for instant use. Attacks ter, Ring Worm and all skin diseases.A join him in a house party next month .
!u<"ted. some for the use of the small
of (colic cholera morbus and diar- specific for blind bleeding and itch- at his home in Sarasota.
vessels which are engaged in the
rhoea come on so suddenly that there ing and protruding Piles. The original' Next week we will publish the full

snuige fisheries the seat of the sponge is no time to hunt a doctor or go to the and genuine Witch Hazel Salve is report' of shipments from this point. A E. BURNETT
West. One of the :
ti. de bring Key
store for medic'ine.Ir.. Barber says: made by E. C. DeWitt & Co., and sold
'drawbridges will be for the special convenience -
CURE 'I have tried Chamberlain's Colic, by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.A THAT TIRED FEELINGIf I I.
( of pleasure craft, including
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy whichis
houseboats so that the latter can
one of the best medicines I ever BARGAIN IN LUMBER you are Ir.ig-ui !, depressed, Inca-
thread their way through the mazes of
saw. I keep a bottle of it in my room, pable for work, it indicates: that your
Cures Kidney and Bladder :the keys and thus avoid the broader as I have had several attacks of colic We have a large quantity of second liver Is out of order. Herbine will assist W. P. EDWARDS
waters of the Gulf or the Atlantic
and it has proved to be the best medi- hand lumber of all kinds which we will nature to throw off headaches: C
Diseases in O< f.tll.
Every cine I ever used." Sold by the Post- hell cheap and on terms to suit cus rheumatism and ailments akin to ner
I The solidity of the bottom of this At the City Market
Form-Many People !I office Drugstore. tomer. Ditto & Maloney. vousness and restore the energies and
wonderful piece of railway construction

Have Kidney Trouble will be equalled by that of the roadbed vitality! of sound and perfect health.J. .
itself: in other words. the latter --- -- ---- --- J. Hubbard, Temple, Texas, writes: Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetables : I

and Do Not Know It. "I have used Herbine for the past two
I \\ ill be partly of the coral rock quarried -
I years. It has dene me more good than in Season
I from the lejs. and made entirely I
HOW TO FIND OUT.It all the doctors. It is the best medicineever
solid! and partly of cement or steel! .
is the function of the kidneys to filter Mr. Flagler has, of course, the best engineers made for chills and fever." 50c.

and purify the blood which: is constantly: and these assure him that Turpentine Operators I. Sold by all druggists. City and Country Trade Solicited

passing through them. steel can be so treated as to withstand .
YORKW.
_ When the kidneys are out of order the easily the corrosion usual in that climate I FREE DELIVERY PHONE 121
and under those conditions. W. Mann and others have beenvery
other am affected immediatelyand
organs He will build cement piers, these to busy of late shipping watermelons. -
you may have symptons of heart ATTENTION !! *
be cylinders of steel in some cases
trouble stomach and liver trouble, and Belle Gillis of Ocala down '
Miss INN.
where the water is deepest, say four : came NEW SEASIDE
otherailments,whxh: are all owing to the feet in diameter and filled with cement :Saturday to St.'eh r parents, and went

kidneys being weak and out of order. back Monday.Miss .
while in other cases there will be piets
If you are sick Foley's Kidney I of ,cement with arched spans of 50 feet Anna Russell left for Webster Leading Hotel and Pleasure Resort on

CurO will strengthen and build up the I also of cement strengthened with steel! The Standard Naval Stores Company of Jacksonville, Wednesday.Mr.. the East Coast ol Florida.
worn out tissues of the kidneys so they The roadbed will in all that part of Newcomb Barco shipped his last /

will act properly and the symptons of !I the tonstruction be twenty-seven feet Florida, is now prepared to contract with independent car of cantaloupes Tuesday. '

weakness, heart, stomach and liver above the water, so that there will bp There was H party at Mr. Newcon-b EVERYTHING MODERN.

trouble will disappear and you will be entire safety, the danger from sforms producers and will pay flat Savannah prices for Rosin Darco's Tuesday evening composed of
young people. A wagon load went from
restored to perfect health. practically amounting to nothing owing I Homelike and Comfortable.
to the natural shtIterhkh is given I this place. The gathering was large and Beach. ,
and Spirits Turpentine delivered at either Jacksonville Hotel Directly on the Atlantic _.
How to Till II You Have Kidney Trouble. I all had a fine time. Mrs. Barco proved
the line by the formation of the Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.

You can easily determine if your kidneys keys. or Fernandina. Free of storage, insurance or com- i herself a most accomplished hostess. Thirty Steps from Big Pavilion and Great Ocean Pier '

are out of order by setting aside for One of the largest keys to he traversed The young people who had been

24 hours a bottle of the urine passed is Key I-irgo. and another very im- mission charges. We are also prepared to make liberal working for Mr. Barco came over Wednesday Sea Foods a Specialty.
and took the train for other
Is Hahia Honda which is <
upon arising. If upon examination it is portant one

cloudy or milky or has a brick-dust sedIment only forty miles from the eastern end advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank fields of labor. $2 PER DAY. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK
Mr. W. W. Mann's son, who has been
or small particles float about in it, of Key Wc st The latter island will he
very sick, is at this writing some bet- Address HORACE F. STEWART.
the terminus of this further
your kidneys are diseased and Foley's most importantroad. cars-it will save you lots of money. For in
Below L'uhia Honda there will ter. FLORIDA.
GOODALL, S -
Cure should be taken .
Kidney at
once.Foroy' .
Mr : A. Agnew has moved his family -
be the most important of the bridge formation apply toSTANDARD .1
Kidney Cures! pleasant to
constructions this being about seven I into the old store building opposite
take and acts directly upon the parts depot, where he has opened up a
miles in length and the total cost of I Ithe
affected and you begin to feel betterat the bridge alone will run into the millions nice stock of groceries, and would liketo

once. In all the world there will be NAVAL STORES CO.Jacksonville" see all his old customers.Mr. HA.RDW A.RE !
and wife left last
It corrects slight disorders in a few I I nothing like it. 1 D. M. Barco !
Friday for Rochelle: to visit their son.
days and it has cured many obstinatecases Three Miles Over WaterAt
who is a merchant at that place.
after other treatment had failed. .
i one point for almost three miles Fla.fkE Howell and Miss Tena
Mrs. J. A. WHARDWARE full and complete line of
Doctors Said He Would Not Live. I the line will run entirely I over the wi- j Russell went to Orals Wednesday.Miss carry a

_.
Peter Frey, of Woodruff Pa., writes: ter. Mr. Flagler remarked with a smile Carrie Barco went to Rochelle
"After doctoring for two with the that travelers over this route would not and later she.
years I !I to meet her parents, on OF ALL KINDS
best physicians\Vaynesburg, and still water with her parents will proceed to Beau
getting worse, the doctors advised me if i I to be built over is twenty to twen I
visit relatives and will ba
BAZAAR'SBIG foi:t. S. C. to
i had any business to attend to I had bet tfifeet.. (I' absent two or three months.Mr. Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kind of
ter attend to it at once, as I could not 'I
The charter which Mr. Flagler originally
-
train is plying
i possibly live another month as there was D. A. Clark's Ing WIRE FENCING
obtained from the of Florida
0 DO cure for me. Foley's Kidney Cure state I hack and forth by this place with from
was recommended to me by a friend, and I'I for the Florida East Coast road HALF PRICE six to ten carloads each trip. i :
TURPENTINE and
.. I immediately sent my son to the store I called for its construction within a certain Mr. D. "'. Ormsby is very busy! : ship- PHOSPHATE,

-1 for it and after taking three bottles I be- jieriod to the island of Key We!, ping wood to Lakeland.A .

gan to get better and continued to im- II I(which is named as its deep water term- i fair young lady from Daisy is visiting MILL SUPPLIES.
SHIRT WAIST SUIT SALE
until I was entirely well.
prove I I hand hence it is going there. Hei I at the dome of J. F. Gillis.

Two Slzit, SOo and SI.00. i cannot say what the total eo'St will beI I' Dick. Sash Doors Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of ill Kinds
I but it will amount to many million,1 ,
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY i las he is determined to have the solidity ', 100 Ladies' Suits just arrived lot this Sale. SUFFERERS

POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE. OCALA ,unquestioned and every appointmentmost il The Suits are made from Pink Linen, White .| ASTHMA SHOULD KNOW THIS I Ij N This is the Tool

.
thorough.i
Lawn, Brown Linen, Madras and Organdie. j I Fole>'s Honey and Tar has cured'
i i position of Florida with relation
PURE MILK I.to important :Southern:: points u -\\II.. Made to sell from $2.50 to $10.00. Our 1 many cases of asthma that were con- a p, -FURp -
*idered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues-
i|'uba and the Panama Canal is per- \ Price in this Sale
ing. Till West Third St, Davenport, la.,
;haps\ not generally known. Key West i Fall and Spring Crops
Pure Milk and Cream i writes: "A severe cold, contracted
7 ; is much to the westward of Florida.
the I land in fact it and Tallahassee are on I twelve years ago was neglected untilit -
I are among greatestof "a line north and south while a line \\$1.25 TOPer $3.S8I : finally grew into asthma. The best 2NC

table delicacies. Theyare !drawn from Miami to the southward medical skill available could not give i We will be pleased
I
than relief. Fo-
(I will be found to pass midway through I me more temporary I '
both RICH PURE and recommended to at all
I iey's Honey ani Tar was see you
:
['uba and then strike Colon one of th- : Suit. Call for i 6L.
and examine | yourself.
and 50 ce-.t bottle entirely cured
j one
if I
WHOLESOME suppliedby terminals of the isthmian canal. I ; a': __ times.
me of asthma, which had been growingon __
Big Docks for Key West
FRANK P. GADSON.t I me for twelve years, and if I tad taken -
Key West literally dominates Cuba it at the start I would have be-n IV7 RI0N HARSUCCESSORS DMl7 RE CO

THE HERMITAGE DAIRY and Mr. Flagler will construct on the I saved years of suffering. Sold by the 7<
TO UBBARD & MacDUFF. 't

.. CEO B. TYLER Proprietor. (Conclude on Fourth Page) THE OCALA BAZAAR. I Postoffice Drugstore. ;. .G>

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FOR THE NEXT DEATH OF MRS. MEEKERMrs. m i 'Rijt & LlIAmU) SPENCER-KAISER

H. W. :Meeker of Homosassa.: 1,: Last evening at 9 o'clock at Hotelde COMMERCIAL BANKOCALA Possibly you are now doing

wife of the former mail agent. CaptainH. Kaiser Mr. Grover Spencer was
business at this bank.
W. Meeker, died at her home in Ho- united in the holy bonds of matrimony'

FIFTEEN DAYS mosassa last evening, after an illness I BANKERSOcala to Miss Mary Kaiser, the attractive ,i FLA. If so, very good. If not, .

of several months' duration. )lr!!. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kai- Branch Commercial. Bank, JacksonvilleHY '

Meeker was 71 years of age. She has t I ser.The wouldn't it be well for you

resided at Homosassa for the past IS Florida ceremony, which was witnessedby ROBINSON, President,
!
years She was a noble Christian lady twenty-five friends of the contract- I I to start an account with us.
We Will dose Out Oar Line of Ladies' "Justine" Waists I I
I leaves S. H. BLITCH, Manager,
and many warm friends to ing parties, took place in the handsomely -

mourn her death. LOANS. DEPOSITS. I decorated parlor of the hotel, J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager With abundant capital, and

Captain Meeker came up this morn- and was performed by Rev. C. C. Carroll 1
with the best of facilities we
AT COST.Come ing to arrange for the runer L- Messrs. CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION of the Baptist church. CAPITAL, $100,000 ,

Smith and Roberts supplied a casket The bride who Is a decided blonde, : to
are prepared give you
and will have charge of the funeral. I was unusually lovely I in a white silk Surplus and Undivided Profits $37,-

The body will be laid to rest in Greenwood creation over chiffon taffeta. She carried 885.37 superior service.

Early and Get a Bargain. cemetery, this city, where: the I THE BUSIEST BALLOT 1 a bouquet of bride's roses. The i i

family own a lot and have a daughter I bride was attended by her youngest
I IN TOWN IS AT
buried. The funeral will take place BOX I Sister Miss Gertrude; Kaiser, while Mr

upon the arrival of thelrain at 9:45. fart Wishaft was Mr. Spencer's best

PASTEUR T W TROXLER'S' man.After

HELVENSTON COMPANY, FINALLY CLOSED ding supper the ceremony wis served.an elegant wed- EMBROIDERY.MONDAY

'
There was a hitch in the sale of the cast Many handsome and useful presentswere .
-- -- --- -- I Here is where you can a
ZeButt block some time since from I half vote with a drink of soda. received by the young couple.

OCALA OCCURRENCESRebekahs 4TH OF JULY SUBSCRIPTIONSThe Kibler Brothers to S. R. Whaley. thro'D The little votes count because there The Star extends heartiest congrat-

S. Woodrow agent. Mr. Edward are so many more of them. They ulations and wishes Mr. and Mrs. Spencer .

4th of July committee, who have I Holder then bought the block, and at and easy sailing on the sea of matri-
meet this evening. come with greater frequency
itlerviewed our merchants about subscriptions the same time bought the Club House mony.
thousands.
into the
soon multiply '
for the celebration of that block from Kibler Brothers and placed (
Refreshing ice cream at Taylor's.We j Get busy and vote here for your
day, desire those who have subscribed :j both properties in the hands of Mr. BEAVERS ARE NOW BUILDINGThe _
the
I favorite in great
will not be undersold for cash. to end their remittance To M. Fishel. Woodrow agent. Today the ZeButt r

The Fair. Those not remitting by Monday will b-> block was formally turned over to Mr. Beaver dam is being rushed to

called on for the cash. i Whaley; consideration: SOoO. ; LIBRARY CONTESTS completion\ anl is progressing nicely,

A full line ')f cigars and tobacco. Ty i Mr. Woodrow will now sell off the many of the most influential men ofOcala JUNE 26
dings & Co. If you want coupons to vote !In the ,Club House block in business lots, as Seats for all voters and a council giving their applications for "OC'

library contest, take the Star, renew (. he has a demand for them. room for you to devise your membership. The institution will take I'
II ,
At Rheinauer1, Hammocks from your subscription and pay up your I line of battle.: Don't go away place the early part of next week.: The

'1.50 to $15. back bilL Money paid here ror advertisements I Ii i Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and organization in Ocala will be the fourth
Without for Your
job work or subscriptionscalls family will spend the next two monthsat Voting 'in Florida though in a short time itwill At Minutes After 9 O'clock

July 4th will be the biggest day c-f for coupons.Col. Woodmar. Mr. Charles Schneider Favorite at be spoken of as one among many, .

the year in Ocala. and family have moved in from the since dams will be built on every waterside in the Morning. /

!. H. W. Long returned today from i Golden Acre farm, and are occupyingMr. on every plain and in all the Iii W J

H. II. Perry of Detract, Mich. is at Orlando, where he attended the enthusiastic !I I Woodrow residence. i TROXLER'S.WALL valleys where men labor for the bf' tinte..fosts

the Montezuma. convention of the Florida Coun-I j I of humanity. The order, the
-- -
;ty Commissioners an.d Good Roads As-I|! purely fraternal and benevolent withal
} We will sell
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED begin to yard
:Mr. Henry E. Beach of Lynchburg I soc'latiorr. There were 41 delegates | PAPER has an elaborate social side w'hich elic- every .

Va., is in the city. Ii i present Mr. Long and Mr. J. J. IobI I by local applications, as they cannot its praise wherever a dam is constructed. '

ley of Dunnellon attended from Marion I reach the diseased portion of the ear. Q of Embroidery in Store at Q
If you wish work done in the wall paper It is hinted that the institution isa our ,
A cooling drink of the most approved 'county. Colonel, Palmer of Orlando There Is only one way to cure deafness I
line let us send our man with sam- very warm proposition though the
flavors at Taylor'6. 'I livered the adlress of welcome on de-I and that is by constitutional remedies. ples for your inspection. greater portion of the charter membersare

half of the board of trade and county Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition I DITTO & MALONEY. immune from this branch of its
Capt. J. B. Martin came up from commissioners, and Mr. Way on behalf of the mucous lining of the Eus- -
work they having a seat high and dry -
Oklawaha today. citizens tachian Tube. When this tube is Inflamed
-
of the and Colonel Long NEW MUSICWe
on the top of the dam, will only be

responded on behalf of the conven you have a rumbling sound or have a nice lot of new musl;. called upon in case of a breakage, when '
July 4th in Ocala, in 1905, will be imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely -
tion. The delegates were given! a huge
Ocala Music Co. all must work dike! to avoid destructionand
long remembered. I closed, Deafness is the result, 5c.
key to the city of Orlando and were disaster. Those- fraternally inclined o
and unless the inflammation can be ta- 0
told to help themselves to all they saw.
We Tribune that should
note the Mr.
Capt. John I... Inglis of Port InglisIs by Tampa tee Carpenter, the
I ken out and this tube restored to its
The delegates were given a delightfulauto
I I Mr. and Mrs. T It. Lester who have originator, at the Montezuma Hotel, .
in the city today.
normal condition, will be destroyed
ride over the fine hard roads of hearing -
moved their domicile from Ocala 10 before the charter is closed.

that section.Dr. forever. Nine cases out of ten Polk where Mr. Le- PER YARD.
At Rheinauer's, Bathing Suits for Mulberry county :
are caused by Catarrh, which is noth- '
ladies, men and boys. ter is running: an extensive sawmill TORTURE OF A PREACHERThe I
Likins carries the largest line of ing but an inflamed condition of the '. t
i I were in Tamp.1.Ionda story of the torture of Rev. O. D. L

Fireworks for the Fourth at the astigmatic and prescription lenses In.. mucous surfaces. Moore, pastor of the Baptist church of I
!
the state. If need glasses consult I We will give One Hundred Dollars A new line of ladies' umbrellas. Reg-
Ocala News Company. you Harpersville, N. Y., will interest you.
Our stock consists of all widths
for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh -
him. ular price, $1; our price 62c. At the lIe says: "I suffered agonies, becauseof
I ,) that cannot be cured by Hall's .
.Hon. S. L. Carter is a prominent visItor -. Ocala Bazar. a persistent cough, resulting from
Mr. Edward Richardson of Bostonwas Cafcirrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.F. the ( from 2 to t 18 inches wide and
I
in Ocala today. grip. had to sleep sitting up in (
in the city yesterday, and proceeded J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Mr. T. E. James of St. Petersburg be
All honest competitors will be met to Homosassa in the afternoon to Sold by druggists, 75. Take Hail's traveling auditor for the Atlantic rv a.st relief, until I tock Dr. King's New in value from JOc t to 50c per W

by The Fair-Groceries. visit his father Captain Richardson, Family Pills for Constipation. Line is in tows today on official: i 1 business Discovery for Consumption, Coughsand

whom he has not seen in ten years. I Colds, which entirely cured my yard. Our window will give you

Try our creams. %Thej art pure and Mr. Edward Richardson holds an important WEATHER FORECAST I cough and saved me from consump-

delicious C. E. Taylor.Dr. position with a big dry goods Write to Stanley's Business College, I tion." A grand cure for diseased con- S idea of what have.

house in Boston. Washington, June 22.-Partly cloudy Macon, Ga., for Booklet on Success. It ditions of Throat and Lungs. At the an we

Likins is prepared to examine the tonight, showers in central and south- is free. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Price, 50c.

human eye scientifically. FOR RENT-The Howard :Munroe east portions; Friday, showers. and $1. Guaranteed. Trial bottle free.

residence on South Lime Street, recently In honor of her eleventh birthday

The prettiest line of picture mould- vacated by Mr. E P. Thagard. A FOR RENT-Desirable cottage, belonging Miss Annie Laurie Perry the pretty Miss Ada Bryan a pretty young ladyof

Ing. Ocala Furniture Co. handsome ten-room residence, with all j to Major T. C. Hall, on Eichel- I little daughter of Mrs. S. R, Perry, will Martel. was in the city today, en

modern conveniences. Apply to the I berger Heights. Apply to E. E. Robinson entertain a number of her young friends: route to Palatka. where she will visit III W.
date of the Fair is November f STORE.T
The Tampa I
; 13th to the 25th. Blount Real Estate Company.Mr. Merchants' block. Terms reason at the Condon residence on Herbert friends for a few weeks. YIIMETY
able.
I street, Saturday afternoon from 3 to .6.; ,
Sam A. 1..0who has been in Muss Perry will'! be assisted:: in tnter- Tayior-made Ice cream every day at
At Rheinauer's Patent Mosquito I
the city for several weeks in the interest After a very pleasant visit in this taming by her mother. Mrs. Perry: Mrs. Taylor's.A .
.
Nets at low prices.Mr.
special of the Fruit Growers' Express, I city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. '\'. D. Condon and Miss Flonie Condon. _
left today for Albany Ga., to hani'.e: I
Pittman Mrs. J. Hardy Pittman and
Merrill D. Wilcox of Early Bird number of Ocala's young society
1.4 at the Ocala House today peaches in that section. pretty little daughter: Dorothy, left today We are glad to say that at last we enjoyed a delightful informal dance

for their home in Jacksonville. have gotten through overhauling our j last evening at the armory. EMBROIDERY.
Are Interested in photography?
you
A big stock of fireworks for July 4th store, and are now in better shape
Do you enjoy the many pleasures that Limeade from fresh
limes at
,
Taylor's. than ever to show our goods .The
at the Ocala News Company.We This! is kodak weather. We sell ko
from the of little kodak?
come use a .
Ocala News Company. daks and kodak things. The Postoffice
Let us do your developing and printing
handle first class goods only. The Drugstore.
for We will do
'Pair, A. L. Webb, proprietor. you. it reasonably, Mr. W. F. Bjztman: of Leesburg came Combs, brushes, sponges, and all oth- -
much less than you have been payIng up last night md will spend the balance : er toilet articles. Tydings and Company -
Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the BEAUTIFUL NEW SONG
Give trial. J. W. ,
us a Sylvester of in .
Don't forget to include Clover Hill the week the city.If
if used to direc-
scalp clean according
84 Wenona street, or Ocala News Com- I _
butter in order to the Fair. I
your tions. Made and sold by the Postoffice
pany. in a kind of bilious mooa, Pob Sanders of Dunnellon came up
Drugstore.Mrs. .
All colors In crepe tissue paper, now I You wish an aid to digest food. yesterday and gave our high school a
Mr. W. J. Beaman went to Wildwood .
be, per roll. At the Ocala Bazar. I No other pill !Is half so goods boost by advancing his subscription to "BACK AMONG THE
and Panasoffkee this afternoon on bus- J. I';. Howell\ and little girl came
I DeWitt's Little Early Risers' the Star. Bob is a great believer in
"Back the Clover and the iness. schools and libraries.Do up from Istachatta yesterday and wi.I
Among The famous little Risers ; I AND THE
Bees" a new song. Ocala Music Co. pills, Early spend the week in the city. CLOVER BEES"By
Have you seen those little alcohol cure Constipation, Sick Headache Biliousness -
you suffer with asthma or catarrh -
stoves at the Postoffice Drugstore. Just etc. They never gripe or When in need of anything in fancy
We for box. ? Then Adam's
are headquarters fancy use Cure. Price,
paper, tablets, etc. Ocala News Co. the thing for these hot days, and cheap, sicken, but impart early rising energy. 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed. For china, dinner sets, crockery of any kind the Author of "Where the Silvery Colorado WendsIts

too. Costs 75c. for the stove and Good for children or adults. Sold by try the Ocala News Co.
you "
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. sale by Tydings & Co. Way, and "The Girl I Loved Out in the
Messrs. D. S. Woodrow and R. R. 2c. an hour to run It. I

Carroll came up today from Lake Weir Miss Edna: Ayer McIntosh who Miss Sue Anderson went to Dinedin Golden West."

tF Mr. W. S. Moore, one of the leading Postmaster G. C. Crom returned has been visiting her father, :'olr.1- Wednesday afternoon to join D?. and

"Where the Silvery Colorado Wends business men of Hawthorne, is in the home Wednesday afternoon from .1 fred Ayer in this city,_left today for Mrs. William Anderson who are there A Picture Free With Each '
brief business trip to Gainesville.Just Copy.
Its: Way." We haw it. Ocala Music Cu. I city today. the mountains of Georgia to spend the for a few wt'tks''acation..

summer.
Mr. James F. Taylor, traveling passenger Welch's grape juice always on hand received at the Ocala News Co., FOR SALE-At city pound Wednesday -

for the Seaboard, is in the city. for family trade at the Postoffice a choice lot of fire-proof bowls and noon, a cow without mark or
earthenware of all kinds. Call and Buy an alcohol stove for 75c. at the
Drugstore.Mr. see brand. OCALA MUSIC CO
At Rheinauer's, a Fine Selection of it. i Postoffice Drugstore, for making tea,

Bureau, Saratoga and Steamer Trunk R. H. Readigc, one Willistons 1 coffee, or any' light cooking. Heats "has. I,'. Moore[ is home after spending -
I water in and costs :2c.!
a jiffy only an
leading business men is at the Ocali: i Miss Annie Sharpe the popular and a few days with friends in Gaines JEWELERS.HARWARL.
hour burn.
to
"The Girl I Loved Out in the Golden House. successful kindergarten teacher has I ville. _

Its Way." We have it. Ocala Music Co. gone to Alexandria Bay N. Y., to visit -

Nunnally's candles, fresh every week, her sister Mrs. Chas. F. Benjamin. I R. D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK At Rheinauer's the Latest Styles of
All the craze-Ladles' White Duck' Ladies' Low Shots, made by Utz &
by express, and only COc. per pound. I
Hats, at 60c. and 75c. At the Ocala You don't have to pay for the namein Three kinds of ice cream every day' FULLER & BLALOCK Dunn and Wickart & Gardiner. : :

Bazar. .
buying these goods, and there is no at Taylor's.The DENTAL SURGEONSOffices
L I ST-On or about May 1 I lefta
better candy sold in this market. Sold
Capt. G. R Ellis of Gainesville Is State Good Roads Associationat suit with brass trimmings 1'1I
and recommended by the Postoffice over Munroe & Chambliss Bank case We sell nothing but Hardware and its accompanying lines, but we do sell
among the business men in Ocala tu- Orlando endorsed Gainesville as the I some hotel or business house in th
Drugstore.Mr. that. We bought right, in large quantities, usually in carload, factory shIp-
day. seat of the new state university.FURIOUS OCALA, 11.Terms ..\. city of Ocala. Being a stranger, I fail-
ment lots, and we are selling at retail more Hardware better and cheaper
G. S. Scott returned at noon today Cash ed to locate it. Whoever it was left Hardware than any house In Central Florida.

We are offering some bargains in from a brief business trip to Dun- FIGHTING"For --- with please notify G. W. Cleveland,

books, novelties, etc., at the Ocala nellon. chief of police. W. GuthrieMr.
News Co. vWe seven years," writes Geo. W. j: E. CHACE, WE ARE THE PEOPLE'S FRIENDS.

furnish any style, collar you se Hoffman of Harper, Wash., "I had a t J. K. Christian returned to McIntosh -
Mr. E. K. Rosborough returned this in Ocala on our 5c. counter. The Ocala bitter battle with chronic stomach and DENTAL SURGEON this afternoon' after havingspent We know what they need; we always have'lt and sell it at a living profit I

afternoon from a brief business trip to Bazar. liver trouble, but at last I won, and a week in the city on business only. Some ot our many specialties are Paints Sun Proof and DeVoea

Dunnellon. cured my diseases by the use of Elec- Office Upstairs, Commercial Bank connected with his firm. among them Oils and Varnishes, Leads, Glass and Putty. Wire and Field

Building, Ocala, Florida. Fencing of all kinds. Stoves and Ranges, several of the best makes. Water
tric I
Bitters.
Mr. Isaac
Stevens went up to Gainesville unhesitatingly recommend -
Pumps for irrigating plants complete today to spend a week with relatives. them to all, and don't intend !n TERMS, CASH. Mr. P. L. Billingsley of Anthony. one Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, etc.

Write or call on us for prices. Marion I rhe future to be without them In the I -- -- of the progressive truckers: of thasection t Give us your business. WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
Hardware Company.
S house. They art certainly a wonderful is; in the city today
Giles woodyard has the largest 1 medicine to have cured such bad People l troubled with indigestion
I sup- a T. W. SMITH & CO.AirLine
Mrs John Mathews and Miss Annie I should try our Raw Oatmeal Biscuit
ply of stove and fireplace wood in the case as mine." Sold under guaranteeto CUBAN DIARRHOEA .
Mathews went down to Candler todayto I town. Three and Whole Wheat Milk Biscuit a pure,
wagons running. Prompt do the same for you by the AntiMonopoly U. S. soldiers served in Cuba duringthe
spend the balance of the week. I delivery and large loads. nutritious and digestible product of the -
Drugstore, at 50c. a bottl ; I
:Spanish war know what this disease -
i, whole grain of the wheat and rich milk:
Try them today.Professor is, and that ordinary remedies I -
with ho butter i.i! \Lir.!. 1i\t'<
I i have little more effect than so much :

SELF PAYING !I Geisinger. who did such watr. Cuban diarrhoea is almost is1 I II Seaboard

excellent: work in building up the :St:: i O. K.CROCERY. severe and dangerous as a mild attackf I, Ky

Petersburg school has been sidetra,.ked. ', cholera. There is one remedy, how- ,

and a professor from Clark's University I! e\er. that can always! ; be depended up- :
LIFE INSURANCE. of Massachusetts, will take his -FOR-
:
I .jn. as will be seen by the following certificate -

place. I from Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, of Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, W..hinj'

II I Houston, Texas' "I hereby certify that i iChamberlain's ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York
A FEARFUL FATEIt CLARK BROS. Proprietors
:
'I Colic, Colera and Diar

c. M. REDDITT Phone J74 rhoea Remedy cured my husband of a Two Elegant Trains Daily
_ is a fearful fate to nave to endure I severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea,
the terrible torture of Piles. "I can SEABOARD EXPRESS and SEABOARD MAIL
which he brought home from Cuba. We ..
Room No. 5, Gary Building. truthfully say," writes Harry Colson For had several doctors but they did him "

of Masonville, la., "that for Blind, Modern Pullman Equipment
WATCHESI no good. Ore bottle of this remedy p.
Pleeding, and
Itching Protruding Pile,
: ure-1 him, as our neighbors will tes-
DISTRICT MANAGER FOR Bucklen's Arnica Salve is the best cure I i ii tify. I thank God for so! valuable'amedicine. ONLY LINE .

made. Also best for Cuts. Burns and. i
I Injuries. 25c at the AntiMonopolyDrugstore. i i" REPAIRS ." For sale by the Postoffice Operating Daily Through Sleepers From Jacksonville; to New Orleans.

_ :ii FIDELITY .MUTUAL Un: INSU1IANCE I : m GO 10 Drugstore.Do For full information and sleeper reservations call on any agent. -Sea-',* 4

yon wish to purchase a home, or orwrit --:"'i
The purest and finest toilet soaps. a F G. B. WEIHE i are you looking for an investment? If board, \
A. O. MACDONELL, A. G. P. A. S. C. BOYLSTON,. P. A.
large stock of the best goods always so, let us tell you about our bargains. ".*
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PHILADELPHIA, PA on hand Tydings and Company. The Jeweler DITTO & :MALONEY.: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA .. t
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