The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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v. ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
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Volume \\ Number 268 OCALA FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1906 Ftfty Cents a1KeathtSia'YeastCAKES :



Cake Nabiscos The Electric Plant
City Light
work for the interest ,of !oar
A. B. C. Snaps in Barrels

Zuzu and Lemon Snaps will soon be ready to customers and they work for ours.

Among Which the Stricken but Heroic electricity to all who desire Angeles Sacramento and Many MUNROE & CHAHBLISS

Pickle: Lamb's Tongues People Search for Their Countless Other Cities Have Been Devastated ,

Wounded and NumberlessDead the by the Seismic Shocks
Eidelweiss, Brie Cheese same. BANKERS

Special to the Star. ..
Edam and Pineapple Cheese

Gusto and H. O. Oatmeal Special to the Star. "Now is the Time" San Francisco April 19. 8:40 a. m.- ,

All but one of the Leland Stanford Jr.
New York. April 19. 9:42 a. m.-In wired.
to have your building University buildings at Palo Alto are
San Francisco the fire Is still raging. That All Bath ?
In ruins, together with the Memorial Important Room
Breakfast Wheat, IQc., 3 253 .1 The city is practically destroyed: It is We have first-class workmen and '
church. One student Is known to have .
too early in the morning there to learn You have often heard people remark "If I were .It R./. 3

Belle Pepper definitely. the exact situation. At the can do your work promptly. Please let been While killed.San Jose Sacramento Berkeley 1 ever to build I would plan >L' .

I water front the boats and suburban make estimate for Alameda and other points heard ... my bath room first and would not .pot .
-Melon MangoesLye trains are running on schedule time I us an you. Jci
I from suffered severely, no loss of life aH my money Into the parlor with all
except to Alameda. :Military companies -

Hominy I are doing police duty but the city I THE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. Is reported.The its finery." That i it good common: setae
motion of the vibration was '
Beans Is not under martial law. sentiment for the bath room u the moat t
Kidney from east to vest. Troops are guarding E1
One Hundred Thousand People Are Phone S5. B. MacDONALD, Manager. monetary establishments as far as important of all the household

HomelessSan -- WSFible. We would like to help you plan rev

Francisco, April 19, 10:40 a. m. Later reports from Los Angeles bath room and will gladly quote you
-The entire district up,as far as the show earlier information ,as to loss of .t
.SteKfeitf the
prices on Ware best
new Fairmount Hotel on top of Nob] The bottom layer life and property in that city to have
F.4JLM. .M most fixture made. ei
Hill. California street, between Howell 1 been greatly underestimated.! Ten

OCALA FURNITURE CO I and Mason streets is all gone. It Is IWA t ? of a box of thousand homeless are reported at i R. E. YONGE '&. .CO.

reported that one hundred thousand Santa Rosa.
I I regular communication -

Personal Semce Anywhere Any Time people'are homeless.The I of Marion-Dunn Lodge, No. 19,
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fires are" not under control and 'F. & A. 31.. will be held in the temple FRAZIER MITCHELL

and When Needed.The the water !supply has been again cutoff Thursday evening April 19.
I I Visiting brothers cordially incited.N A Pretty Home Wedding at Summer- ar
Question of Embalming and Funeral I. Gottlieb W. M. field
Directing is a Delicate One ;Joke Brown Secretary. Quite a pretty but quiet wedding
SOUTH LAKE WEIR took place Sunday night at Summer-

Would not it be Best for You to En-I The Correspondent Pays the Ladiesof DON'T FORGET THE DATE ,, + I delicious forth as morsels maay rents field ,at when the home Miss of Kppie.the bride's youngest pa- IT IS FOR OU

trust this Question to Those who Appreciate Ocala a Neat and Merited daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mitchell t
April 26 Is the limit in which can.1Idates -
I t I .; @o and surprises became the wife of Mr. Joseph
ComplimentWe for the respective county officescan _
and Whose Knowledge :
It's Delicacy, Frazier. The ceremony was performed -
were much surprised to see in pay their entrance fees to the _ as tie tog layer.T : by Rev. Duncan of Micanopy. in the \ -- w': 'WHATT'
is of the Highest Standard I last -week's Star a notice of the organIzation county campaign committee and get presence of the family of the bride anda > w +15i3
in Ocala of a "Ladies' Improvement their; names on the official county dem few Intimate friends. ..
TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE I Society. We had always ocratic ticket to be voted for May 15 W. TROXLER.FOR Promptly at half past seven the ASTERS VOIC "
PROMPT ATTENTION supposed, and still believe, that the ladies bride and groom unattended entered

of Ocala: need no improvement.Why I THE TEXAS WONDER SALE-1900 barrels of black the parlor where they were met by THE VICTOR TALKING 'HfiGH.NI}
94 and 167
Day Phone Ro. 10. Night not organize a much needed city paint in barrel lots or carloads. Rev. Duncan who united them In mar-. :
Improvement society and let the ladies Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheu- one riage.

SMITH & ROBERTS Ocala, Fla. I smile on it. It would be sure to suc- matic troubles. Sod! by all druggists Made expressly for painting metal. The floral decorations were lovely, I It is the machine that will give you the most
or two month' treatment by mail for ffshingle and Iron roofs Iron cars the color scheme being green and
ceed.Mrs.. B. B Ricker Mrs. ;J. E. Adams Jl Dr. E. W HalL 2926, Olive street smoke stacks structural Iron work white. I pleasure at the least cost for the longest time.

MON P. iii Mrs E. H. Gates Mrs C S. Gates and St. Louis. "10. Send for testimonials. ship bottom, etc. For prices samples, The young bride who Is a beautiful

Misses Inez and Irene Gates went to etc. write to the Alcatraz Co, Richmond blonde was gowned In white silk and a
GUARANTEEAgainst Ocala the past week and enjoyed the Odd Fellows-meet Tuesday evening. I Va. carried white carnations. I WHY ?
holes. No more Easter sen'ices there on Sunday.Mr. After the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
darning i* you buynlsprnnP and Mrs. M. C. Goss have closed Frazier standing before the fern-
their house and left on Monday for banked mantel received the congratulations Because you cannot go to the Opera,-
their summer home In Pleasantville, of their friends.

:flasilr ;, PaW HEWITT & BRIDGESThe Refreshments were then served by THE OPERA :.
AH tic popular colors; is W Carnahan and family have Mrs. Joe Davis and Miss Mitchell sis-
P Fir Men; -Worsted left for the summer. We hope to be ters: of the bride. Both were becomIngly -
''; told only in lots o*. able to welcome them all back right gowned. Mrs. Davis looking unusually in the form of an indestructible record and
i : .
i 6 pairs for f 2 50 Cot early. Most Complete Line of the Best Known and Popular In ,
lovely champagne mouse-
For ladies; Egyptian ton.6pairsfor Cotton s.z pairs I Rev. Lawrence ;Jones preached an I I Brands of Cigars line de soir and :Miss Mitchell was will be with you long after 'the opera*has
for pou. A faraue ticketFOB w.d.7cA I eloquent and impressive sermon on pretty In her gown of Alice blue crepe -
ceased to be You
earr. r 7 Easter Sunday The sermon was preceded -I de chene. They were assisted by Miss staged. can always l ;
by recitations and appropriate! Oyer of Citra, who wore. a becominggown i
music by members of the Sunday I All Flavors of white., 'HEAR 'WHAT PLEASES YOU MOST
school. The room was elaborately I And ConfectionsPure The bride who Is familiarly knownto

M. FISHEL Ocala, Via.TtrRIT decorated as usual with palms furnished and Refreshing her school mates and friends as
by Mr. Chas. H. Voorhees.Mr. I "Eppie," has grown from childhood to at any time you want, and as Io>,g .as .
John Turney of Little River Is! FOUNTAIN DRINKS All the Late lovely young womanhood In "Summer-
you want. :: :: :: KRECORDS :: ::
visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. W.! field. Possessing a firm sweet, lovable
I Reed. All Kinds MAGAZINES AND PAPERS character, she has many friends who

I Hon. John D. Buckalew, who has wish her a long and happy life with I :
,spent six weeks at the Pleasant Hills the man of her choice.

:'House. left on Thursday for Ocala flic' Place Is Next to Monroe &; Chambliss, in the The groom !is a.>oung man of many I
where he will tarry a few days before sterling qualities character, and is
'starting for his home in JamesburgN. Po:,toffice Block. In business with Mr. Nathan' Mayo of _

JMrs.; Summerfield. He has made many :350 $ 1. _Qc ..500
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Jennie; Turner Colbert and two friends during his stay here. The

children of Ocala are visiting, the for- young couple will go immediately to, New records month and
and learn every a new supPIYalwaYd
And tell about ailments
us your mer's sister, Mrs. Flora Turney Math- housekeeping! in the McKay cottage.

about ews.Mr. DRESS GOODSI May their Journey through life be a''
B. Frank Adams took a trip to bright and happy one Is the wish of
Haggard's Specific Tablets Dunnellon Tuesday. A FrIend.I I

and Suppositoriesthe Summerneld. Fla. April 16. 1906. OCALA FURNITURE .


old reliable cure for lnd gestx>n.Nervous I offering to the ladies of Ocala and Marion TOMPKINSSMITHMiss .
and Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age
Dctiky. Constipation.Kidney I I
the newest and
prettiest largest
county ,
Annie Smith one of Alachua
Bladder Troubles Lost Vitality and all Herbine. taken every morning before
breakfast, will in robust stock of dress and dry county's most popular and fascinating -
kindred diseases.Pile,etc. Druggists ell keep you most complete goods THE OCKLAWAHA 'INNchoicest
was afternoon
health fit you to ward off disease. It young Sunday -
them at 5 cf price. Address B her parents Mr and Mrs. James '
prepaid upon receipt fever skin hives stud kidney --
Haggard Specific Co..Atlanta Ca. complaints It purifies the blood and wear, that has ever been shown in Ocala. Smith, at Trenton Fla. to Mr. FredD. .= A Pleasant,.Homelike HoooH
clears the complexion. I convinceyou Tompkins.-youngest son of Mr. J. A. r. _
Come in and see the goods. can
Mrs. D. W. Smith. Whitney Tex.I Tompkins formerly of Citra. Fla. -
writes. April 3, 1902: "I have used 11er- that you get better values from me than The parlor was beautifully decorated : J E1egant.AJty.Rooms-i sd t&a
and was filled with relatives and
blne and find it the best medicine for
constipation and liver troubles. It does from any hou e in the city. friends to witness the happy occasion. k 'very Table 'f3 t4.

all you claim for it. I can highly recommend The ceremony of the Christian ,
it." SOc. Sold by all drug- church was, performed In an Impressive Special Rates 3a'Sommesb.:
gists. manner by Rev. Coulson.
LEIN The bride was prettily dressed In -; -1- Weekly and Monthly; BusiJ-
J. ;
BUSHNELL pure white with a wreath of white

roses while the groom wore the conventional ers. .
black They were a strikIngly -
Successful Easter Entertainment by
Klein & handsome couple and were the '
Successor to CampbellJEWEL MRS.
Leaders in the Methodist SundayS subject of many complimentary re ,

k70n. hool marks. "" p
The bride has a bright sunny disposition ;:.r... :
From Bushnell daily vegetables ;
and numbers her friends by
to distant markets--cucumbers, squash OCALA FLORIDA
her acquaintances. *
and ans-for which satisfactory
R y The groom Is a young man of starling -
prices are receded. Cabbage, lettuce, qualities is strictly temperateand
beets etc.. have had their day. Within -
Industrious and possesses! rare
a few days tomatoes will be in. Everybody -
is busy and bright. At once, I have a nandsome and complete stock of beautiful and man business for ability.the Tyler He Lumber has been Companyat a fore- HARDWARE AND :PAJN3S:

Phonographs from $10 to J50. Over for this seasons accommodation, a tomato modern Jewelry in Watches of all kinds ana prices Tyler. Fla- since his return from
packing house Is to -
400 different records In stock to select go upenterprise Fobs the United States service nearly a
of Hon. Claiberne Bevlll and D'amonds, Rings, Broaches, Chains, FraternityPins
from. A. E. Burnett the jeweler exclusive year and; a half ago.
agent for Ocala. Dr. Frank Legette. Charms, etc An exceptionally fine line of Cut Both have! genial happy dispositions -
Easter was marked by a beautifuland
Fine warranted which make for them friends
China heavy
unique entertainment inauguratedby Glass at living prices.
wherever they go.
leader In the Methodist Sunday Plate!: and Sterling Silver Table \ rare. Sterling Silver The beautiful presents received
school and carried to successful; com-
RemingtonSholes Edison and showed the high esteem In which they
pletion by Mrs. J A. Eaddy and Mrs. Novelties and Toilet Articles. Phonographs
are held by the many who wish them
W E. Noble who trained the pupilsfor Watch repairing a
Records Fountain Pens, etc., etc. Godspeed on the voyage of life. The 4l
their various. roles. Mr. Nassoy of
t10ST TTKWWTCHCQU9MUIT cotltErE Coleman the. clever French artist. specialty. Prices are moderate and goods are guaranteed. happy couple left immediately for a
short visit to friends In Citrus Ma-
MADE made a feast for the eyes of the audi- J
rion and Alachua counties. l
ence with his creation In form coloringand ,
Ten year ago was a good typewriter A Friend.

Five yean ago was a better typewriter grace in the decorations.In Tyler, Fla.. April 15, 1906.
the near future the ladies of the A. E. BURNETT
ia the best
Today typewriter village will do themselves proud by
la tatlydut. 4s.Tslhr furnishing; for the pleasure and profit A.'TED-Agents to represent the

T of the citizens and friends an enter- Industrial Insurance Company. Pays
Muss ? tainment, consisting of usual features "THE JE'VELETI"MERCHANTS' accident sickness and death benefits.

isitite hTe. + music scenic' presentations recitation A good opening for a hustler. Apply -

t.i.wlases etc. Date not fixed. Funds realized BLOCK to E. X. DeLong. Office over Peyser's -
fiI to be used for Increasing our cigar store.A 1
tail4WLrw public school facilities. Villager. WE HAVE :
Thousand Dollar's Worth ef Good

/total tBAq __ 1 A YOUNG MOTHER AT 70 The Stock of Tools of all Kfads'Sbfid. --.f
-X have been afflicted with kidney Biggest
"ily mother has suddenly been made FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
and bladder trouble for years, passing! I
rs young at 70. Twenty years had of entirely Intense gravel or stones with excruciating ware, Fencing. Implements, Stores, ate _

friItIeIIIMIUr suffering from dyspepsia pain." says A. H. Thurnes. a well Screens Wagons Buggies. Doors :Sash aad
disabled her, until six months ago ,
......- when she began taking Electric Bitters Western Beef Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef Mutton, Ar. known coal operator of Buffalo. O.I ,
Will tee Set ma.s.es4wstIe I thr.IhMtvaa. got no relief from medicine until I began Blinds, P'intSr: Oils Etc.
...,.........I.........w.p.rleM a which have completely cured her, and she mour's Star Ham Armotir's Pork Sausage, Cabbage taking Pater's Kidney Cure, then
and activity
restored the strength
.t aas.e Ice.,,MHt ti.bet_...,;, lavia. the result was surprising. A few doses
Sent anywhere In the united Suter On. W had L.In the GUpatrick''prime of of life Danforth." writes Mrs.Me. Rutabagas Turnips, Beets- Sweet started .he brick-dust-like substance TRY OUR GOODS AND NOTE OUR TRICES

ten days teat to prove rte superiority."geanlts the Irish Potatoes: Onions. and now I have no pain across my kidneys -
Count a han AOme bcM; of Greatest restorative medicine on Potatoes Spanish
Information, andname and I feel like a new man. It has
Tmlnable typewriter Liver and Kid-
Sets Stomach
globe. "C
request.of neareat representattTe. freeupon neys right purifies the blood and cures W. P. EDWARDS, done me Core loot win worth cure of every good."form FokYsKidney of T. W. SMITH &, .,
and Weaknesses.
Majestic Chicago Wonderful Nerve Tonic. Price, &0c. kidney or bladder disease. Sold by the i Ocala FXa..y .
_Building Guaranteed by Tydlngs & to.. Phone 108 ; City Market! Postofflce: Drugstore.


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account of the absence of Rector -
The Western Union Com-
I Telegraph :.S_ r"S
G. K. Karrfeoa there ulll be no ': '
ENTE8SANHAC1U'Too I pany will transmit, free domestic! DENTAL SURGEONS 1.,. ...
services Friday afternoon at Grace ;
_. President T. T. MTXROE. ->> ,
messages relating to the relief of sufferers church. y ,
Office Oier Monroe 4 QimMiss' Bank
at San Francisco when offered Vice President," Z. a CUAMBUS3.
by duly constituted relief organizations YOUR EYES .
Many; People There
Cashier J. B. BROOKS.
or public officers in their official
Are surely worth more to you than
Rages and Water is Scarce capacity when destined to San Fran- the price of of I
Terms Cash. I a pair glasses. f
r. cisco. Such messages will be subject If you value your eyes have them |
Special to the Star to delay such as the conditions at that properly fitted at once. Delay and I

San Francisco. April 19, 12:45 p. m point impose. Chas. K. Sage. your eyes may become so bad that '
-Fire continues burning in a diago- Ocala, Fla. April 19. Manager. J. E. CHACE I no glass will help them then you will j CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
regret It all the rest of your life.That '
nal line up the hill commencing at Mc BAPTIST YOUNG LADIES' DENTAL SURGEON Is true every word of It. Do j ,
Allister and ending at Battery street, not trust traveling opticians and spec- ;
and on Mission street as far as Six- Office Upstairs Commercial Bank Bld' tacle peddlers to fit you with glasses. *
teenth street, with rising wind andscarcity The silver tea given at the lovely ,They get your money and you get ex- OF OCALA. j
home of Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk Wednes- OCALA, FLA. I perience. This I know, becouse It Is
of ater. No one allowed to day afternoon was a most delightful told me by people that come to me for i
enter city and soldiers are distributingwater. gathering. It was tendered under the I glasses after hating bought of the
auspices of the Youngman's Mis- Terms, Cash. I spectacle peddlers.Ve have the best J. K. CHRISTIAX. GEORGE MACKAY
sionary Society of the aptist church. I lenses made, each lens being ground DIRECTORS: MUNROE.. Z. aCHAMBUSS, I'
A Thousand Million Dollars Won'tCover The object is to assist the Woman's i 1 for each defect of the eye. I will examine .
the Loss Training School connected with the i your eyes properly not the so- HERBERT A. FORD. R. S. HALL,,
Southern Baptist Theological Seminaryat MdYER & MACKAY called examination. I guarantee '
The area covered by the flames up 1
Louisville Ky. which institution has satisfaction, or it costs you nothing. j
time is about eight
to the
present I
miles.Wvery4rt no Income other than comes from organ My references are from over 450 persons |
square zations similar to the Young who I have done work for in I Ii <
< .le water: is available, and Woman's Missionary Society of this >i Ocala and surrounding counties. Have ;:
the blowing up of buildings by dynamite FUNERAL DIRECTORSUndertakers ;1
city. Mrs. Sistrunk and Mrs. Will : you heard any complaint of my work? !
la the rriy possible way of check Hooker received and did it with the Can any traveling optician say that? !
ing'the flames! and this Is being fol- and EmbalmersD. I NcIVER AND
'towed i1W1tt'JndUferent success. gra iousness for which these! tactful I D. M. BOXEY MaCKAYBuild
and beautiful women are noted. Aftera j Optical Parlors Gary Building I
f Most/of the buildings which havebeen |
very cordial greeting the guests were E. MciVER M. G. BROWN : Ocala, Fla.
.untouched thus far by the flames i I
na.vebeeS the Introduced to Miss Edith Piatt. who Undertakers
greatly damaged by iI
.earthquake shocks. In the recess of the big bay window In !I Ladies, have you seen the patent
the' south parlor dispensed innocent hair dryer at the Postoffice Drugstore.
t The pecuniary loss. at this hour is
.estimated.conservatively, at one billion but zestful punch so delicious and refreshing Fine Caskets and Burial RobesAll i
that it at once infused Into SEABOARD AIR LINE and Cot-
dollars. Complete Ready to occupy
all who partook a social rejuvernation I
that t made one feel what a delightful
"A FEARFUL AWAKENING experience it was for one to come in Work Done by Licensed Embalmers I -
i $12.65 Montgomery. Ala., and return tages and Residences and Furnish Them
contact with the graces of Edith and and Fully Guaranteed.
Tickets on sale April 23rd and 24th. ,
< San Francisco April IS.-The first become Inspired with their divinity.
shock came at 5.13: a. nu and lasted Here those who had quaffed the delic- limited returning to April 28th.
:three minutes. The first upheaval of oust liquid, were instantly placed on $30.95 Paris Texas and return. Tickets From Cellar to Garret with Everything -
,'the earth was grad al, but In a few the list of candidates for examination I on sale May 3. 4. G, and 6th. with .
; increased in Intensity Chimneys final limit May 15th.
seconds at which Miss Sara Harris presided { I
: began to fall and buildings with the born instincts of scholastic $13.25 New Orleans, La. and return. Needed be it an Humble
yto crack.;tottering on their foundations. ,
lore) and at the very best question, I Tickets on sale April 22, 23 and 24th.
People became panic stricken which elsewhere, the candi-
appears with final limit to leave New Orleans
!land rushed into the streets, most of date fell down, begging to be placed in f April 30th. Extension available to Cottage or Palatial Home.
them' in'their night attire. They were the,kindergarten class, which of course, I May 21, by depositing ticket and
]met by'showere of falling buildings, was granted and brought a sigh of relief paying fee of SOc.
f bricks }i>rnlces and walls and a feeling of gratitude that I
&=>ManyvirG.. Instantly crushed to only inner thoughts can express. The $15.55 Spartanburg S. C, and return.
death and others horribly mangled.'Thoee candidates were then turned over to Tte thi ut Tickets on sale April %3. 24, 25 and Build and EquipStores Deep Wells Sunk
greatest g
w"ho'remained Indoors generally the five budding beauties Misses An- 26. with final limit April 28.
escaped with their lives. It is believed nie Atkinson, Mary Burford Edna Nelson the wand t# keep $79.85, San Francisco, Cal, and return.
that more or less every family in the ,Alta Pearson and Marguerite Porter wanes joung Idling Tickets on sale April 24 to May 4 inclusive Churches, School Houses, CourtHouses Any size or to any depth desired.

city sustained some loss. The tall, standing guard at the lovely dining with final limit July 31. etc.
steel frame-structures stood the strain room entrance and without whose It doe this in a natural way. It $79.85 Los Angeles, Cal, and return. Painting, Paper Hanging,
better than the brick buildings. approval you were barred from par- is not a cosmetic or artiKul akin Same dates and conditions as San Construct and -
"Some Details of the DamageThe taking of the delicious refreshments ccw ng. It simply clean the pores, Fiancisco. Equip Interior decorating, roofing, ctc.A competent

$7,000,000 city hall was wreckedand prepared for wearers of the tiny bou- gins the blood free circulation: $14.95 Anniston Ala. and return. Tick- Plants of size and and skilled of of workmen always
quet fastened to the lapel of coat or sale Phosphate any .com corps
burned. The Hearst building, waist. Then social chat remove all wrinkles and insures a ets on May 26, 27 and 28. with "
Winchester Hotel. Grand 'Opera House refreshments, ice came cream more and cake and clear, healthy, well. groomed (km. final limit June 3. plete stock of repair parts ready to take charge of work.Builder's .
and other of the most noted $14.50 Greenwood S. C. and return.
many it the wish that half hour each
with( a Its treiuent ue from HOV will carried in stock
Tickets on sale 18, 19 and 20, AWe
buildings either collapsed or were day could be spent so pleasantly. The April Material
burned. keep you young looking and good with final limit April 21.
table was lovely in its decorations. At
_The:; Cgiqt: House -a_ monster stone each corner of the table there was a looking. see and '1.00 per jar. For further information and Pull- Build Bridges at all times immense stock of
*"t ulldin<.- and a pleasure resort o.trerld'wiae' lighted candle, which added a glow and Call at store man reservations, call city ticket office carry an
""' the ocean fame standing on a cliff. light to the decorations. From the for sample our telephone 129. And in fact, do any and all kinds of con Builder's Material, Lime, Brick, Plaster,
by shore with its founda- candelebra were suspended Easter
tion, fell bodily Into the water below. bells decorated with yellow ribbons. Anti-Monopoly MEN PAST SIXTY IN DANGER struction work. Repairs and changes on Shingles, Lath, Paints, Oils, Hoofing

Functon Stand no Foolishness The whole presented a very bright and More than half of mankind over six- all kinds of buildings. Cement. Sewer Pipe.. etc.
attractive The decorations of
General Frederick Funston, in com- the other in with Drugstore ty years of age suffer from kidney and JL, I -
rooms were keeping
mand of the bladder disorders usually enlargementof
regular troops guardingthe
those of the dining room. With all this
caught city looting gave orders to that be all thieve I social and at home feeling the silver prostate and dangerous gland. This and is Foley's both painful Kid- Send us your orders. We carry by far, the largest, oest and most varied stock in Cen-
were summarily
tea at Mrs. which contributed
executed. In pursuance of these orders over $15 Sistrunk' a good cause was a- I I ney Cure should be taken at the first tral Florida, and our business methods will please you.
of danger as it corrects
four bad characters
were shot and others alike it
great success unto THE HERMITAGE ities, and has cured
many Irrf"gular-l
yesterday. will be looked forward to with pleas I this disease. Mr. Rodney | Yours for a Prosperous Year,

IT- ure. DAIRYFresh I j Rock Port, Sro, writes: "I suffered
CITIES 1 with enlarged prostate gland and kid-
That lady you Just saw pass with and Pure Milk and Cream Delivered t ney trouble for years and after taking'two '
The Destruction I 1VLcIVER & M a.cKA Y
Seems to Have Beer I such a pretty go-cart got it from the Every Morning at Your bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure 11!
Great and Widespread Ocala Furniture Company, and at a DoorPHONE I feel better than I have for twenty. II j ,
Oakland Calif, price that would almost make you years, although I am now 91 years old.
April 19.Reports! I
from other cities, near San Francisco, think s", stole it. 150 Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. .I Contractors, Builders and Furniture Dealers

show that- the destruction has been
general throughout this section -
Santa' Rosa, sixty miles north of
here, is In flames, the estimated dam-

aged The being loss. of over life$1,006,000.these is estimated. at

200.At' Napa many buildings' were" shat- EMBROIDERY: SALE

> tered$300,000.and Every the loss business of property building is over in J Ji

the city was demolished. The city Is
under martial law, and it is estimated
tha.t,5<'t Jiave been killed.LI'aasuruiere .
> arriving from other cities -
in California bring tales of death
hand d a.s.ter.. Santa Cruz Monterey,
Gilroy and Hollister have suffered se-
verely1":*'The death list at Santa Cruz i ,
1*.reported large.9rrbete ONE WEEK ONLY
!were two heavy shocks at
: ,
Salinas."Jha, a million dollars worth of }\ .

property;was,_ ,


Washington>SHOCK8, FELT'FAR April 19.-The EAST earth- < ;::

quake shocks'wereery perceptible atHazenT i' :
Monday April I
Nevada, 500 miles east of San

r.- ancisto. .
ktlllitO n ,...._. .

.. i.N.EW.-ORLEANS)RITES TO AND RETURN I : W.1ii e will Put on SaleH .

cb' nfccQaj' t ofthe Confederate Vet- > _
eran's reunion, the Atlantic Coast Line
will sell tickets to New Orleans and .
.,return at extremely low rate of one i
cent per mile traveled. Tickets will YARDS
Abe sold1 April 23 to %6, Inclusive with 25,000
final'limit April 30. Extension of limit .
to May 21 may be had by deposit-
Ing ticket and paying fee of BOc For

>agent rates BALLARJ5'S,' or schedules: write HOREHOUND Agent J.etc.G.,,Kirkland.Tampa call on Fla.SYRUP DivlsloaPassenger ticket- of all Kinds of Swiss, Nainsook, Cambric, Mull, Mercerized ,

"_and cough Immediately_ ,dltJcult oppressed relieves breathing., rattling hoarse Henry rasping croupy C. Embroidery Edging Insertion and Allovers

:..;Ste rn..,"druggist... Shullsburg. WIs. :<. .. ,
Vrite ,-May.20: 1902:,1 have been sell "
lag"Ballarda Horehound Syrup for two - "
years, and have never had a preparation -:
that has given better satisfaction.I AT LESS THAN FORMER WHOLESALE PRICES. :
notice that when I sell a bottle they

,. come by recommend all back druggists.It.for" more.25c l .Oe.I and can $honestly L Sold' In addition to the above we will offer something special every day of this big sale. '

BARGAIN IN REAL ESTATE Glance at the Bargain Events .

t 160 'acres of land a good 6-room I
house; stable, barn, chicken house another I "

**;the and*:farm In-;email cultivation; 40 out-bouses acres of 120 the necessary acres land cleared has to a: Monday, April 16, Embroidery Day. Thursday, April. J9, Ice Cream Freezer Day.

.world jof good fire wood and some good I .

-t[wants'enough tie timber.: Jto wood" sell Owners to at pay once.non-resident for place.More Price.than and: Tuesday, April f 7, Linen Day. Friday, April 20, Handkerchief Day.

-!tr $400. For sale by Ditto & MaNunes -

::;;, Wednesday, April J8, Rug Day. Saturday, April, 21 Muslin Underwear Day.


of Or pain boy man if Bucklen's or woman.. Arnica Is quickly Salve out is This is your chance to buy Good Goods at Practically Your Own Price. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND.

%konsha ppliea,".MJctL promptlyr, says" G.; "I J. Welch use it of In Te-my SPECIAL NOTICE-Samples of any kind of goods cut during this sale. Your money cheerfully refunded for any purchase

family for cuts sores and all skin injuries -

Cure, and known.Best find It perfect healing QuickestPile salve: not satisfactory. Embroidery cut or not cut will be taken back.

made. %5c. at Tydings & Go's dreg-
store. ON.p:: =; : WEEK c::> N '-Y.

l3JJ: ;(: NOTICEThe

" registration books of Marlon
-l county frill be open from this date until -
April 19th. 190f. every Saturday THEf VARIETY STOR
from 9 a. m. to .5. p. m. .
J.:D. Ferguson. ,
Registration Officer Marion Co Fla. .
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'Manager. J. BOOZER, As t. Manager.GEO. Something as Good for the Older
J. BLITCH Teller. People Miss Margaret Walters gave a most

Of San Francisco Are Seeking Refugein delightful card party last evening at
The carnival planned for the children -
the home of her parents on South AT RHEINAUER'SHIGH
for the benefit of Grace church
the Country' and Nearby Towns. Third street complimentary to her
has been postponed but In lieu there
The Strong Hold theCOMMERCIAL The City Still Burns guest and cousin Miss Loca Mae Eas-
of a strawberry and ice cream fetti-
terlin. of Montezuma. Ga, an accomplished -
val will be given in the grounds of
BAN'KIOCALA I and beautiful young lady from GRADE
the rectory. on Oklawaha avenue Fri Special to the Star: Miss Walters former home.

day afternoon. April 29. Everyone is Oakland Calif. April 19, 3:40 p. m. The rooms were prettily arrangedfor
r cordially invited Please come and
-From the burning city homeless people the occasion pink and white being SUMMER CLOTHING
: bring a friend with you The proceedswill the color scheme. There -
were many
FLA. toward the building fund. are Socking with blankets and
pink and white roses and the score
such baggage as they can carry In
cards were daintily painted with pink
THE OPENING OF THE SEASONThe their arms to refuges across the bay. poppies by Miss Cornell Dunn of Atlanta Panama Hats .

Has Upon Public Confidence is: Evidenced by Its Large All traffic towards the city Is stop- another one of Miss Walters ,

and Increasing Business proprietors of the AntiMonopoly ped by the military and every meansof cousins and a very pretty young girl ,

Drugstore held their season's travel made available for distressedand and who is also a guest of Miss Wal -

-. --- opening today, and a great many people homeless, people. In many cases ters. The color scheme was carriedout I' Manhattan Shirts

" attended to try the delicious ew wagins carried wounded sick and dying In the refreshments. Grape punchwas ,

OCALA OCCURRENCESMrs. I Mr G. A. PeCleway. vice president of drinks and novelties in creams and -, together with what household effects served throughout the evening }

the Peninsular Naval Stores Company ices. Delicious fruit punch was service could be gathered. The Oakland and pink and white cake and

I of Tampa re-turned last night from a free from noon up till late in the hospitals are filled with injured and Ice sundaes were served Delmon.1 Banister Shoes;

directors' meeting of the company.The evening, from a cavity scooped into a dying who are being conveyed to this game.
Brown la ilL
i I business of this company is growing huge bk>ck of pink ice, which was side of the bay as rapidly as possible. The prizes were a set of silver hat-

Masons meet this evening i at a phenomenal rate. At this something new and very catchy. The pins, with a pink satin holder for the Crosset Shoes
Beavers meet Friday night meeting the matter was brought up of Anti-MonopolY Drugstore certainlyhas A GOOD REASON ladies and a silver letter stamp for the .
establishing an immense wholesale a taking list of delicacies On its gentlemen. The
booby prizes were a
Phone items of time
your news any bcmae in Tampa, and to erect a buildIng menu, and if they do not enjoy a big When the Evening Star came out toy mandolin with the following In-

of the day or evening to 51, 121 or 265. for the same and it was decided share of the season's trade it will note yesterday, with the first news of the _scribed on an attached card: Tlay In the Latest Shapes.

There were twenty-two arrivals at to do it.Four > for lack of enterprise. San Francisco earthquake a ,smart with th's." and a painting of small

the Montezuma yesterday. little boy procured a dozen copies and people, with their faces turned from
suitable for housekeeping
Telephone 326 for ice cream. Hew- rooms light SALES OF BIG LOCATIONSMr. started out to sell them. He soon returned each other, on which were the words.
rent reasonable and In agoodlocation.
-tt and Bridges.Mr. saying was no use. that everybody "Go back and play something easier."
Apply at this office.
and Mrs. J. W. Jackson are at G. A. Petteway of this city one already had a copy. It Is a Seven tables were arranged about soAN'
the Montezuma from Kalon. The Star had a pleasant' call this of the best known and most successful fad that it is hard to find a family inOcala the parlor and living room. Progressive -

I morning from Mr.V.. F. Harrison of of the young naval stores oper- that does not take the EveningStar. whist was played hearts being the
The choicest ice be had
cream can
I Lake City one of the editors and proprietors ators in the state has just purchasedthe trumps for the evening.
by telephoning to Hewett and Bridges.Mr.
[ of the Southern Stockman interest of Mr. J. "' '. Mcintosh In Those who assisted Miss Walters in
Gus Haley'is now in the 'employ and Farmer a 3-column 24-page pub UNSURPASSED SPRING SHOWINGOF
i the: following three turpentine locations Beware of Ointements for Catarrh that entertaining her guests were her
of S. A. Rawls & Co. lication, full of excellent reading matter : Knight Home & Co. at Etna.In Contain MercuryAs mother Mrs. J. A. Walters, her sister.

For first class! horse shoeing go to ; and illustrations, bearing on good Citrus county; Knight. Norman & Miss FiorE'ncealters., Miss Dunn and
Smoak & Son; back of the Ocala Seed stock. Every farmer that Is, (and he Co., at Freeman and Knight. Petteway mercury will surely destroy the Mrs. P. C. Davis.

Store. 'should be) interested in good stock & Co. at 'Freeman, in Hernando coun- sense of smell and completely derange Miss Easterlin wore a beautiful pink
should hate and become the whole system when entering it NATTY AND STYLISH PLAIDS.As
Mr Ernest McLin has been In SouthFlorida a copy a sub- ty. Mr. Petteway was already Interested and white princess gown and Miss .
i scriber.LOST. through the mucous surfaces. Such articles -
for >eral days on business in these three locations before Walters was dressed in a lovely white
should be used in
for the S. A. Rawls Company -Jersey milch cow with brass acquiring )lr. McIntosh's interests. never except dress also made princess style. These s

I'tipped horns. Suitable reward If returned The locations are three of the most prescriptions from reputable physicians two young ladies made a charming
The Waterman Self-Filling Pen sold as the damage they will do is tenfold -
to T. E. Bridges residence. valuable and best in the state. In addition picture and the brunette beauty of
and warranteed by the Postoffice Drug to the good you can possibly derive
to the large number of boxes already one contrasted prettily with the blonde
store. li C. McLeod has taken off his coat from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure man- stylish and attractive -
and gone to work to win for state senator cut on the different locations ufactured by F. J. & Co Toledo type of the other. e4
Marshal H. G. Keen and John Gamble Cheney a
from the twentieth senatorial district there is enough round timber on the Last evening" will long be remembered
\il Dunnellon were in the city to- I Ohio. contains no mercury, and is line of suits
and least
to cut at million and
a a by Missalters'
composed of Marion and Sum- taken internally acting directly guests as one of
day.Palmer's ter counties" lIe deferred to the wishes quarter boxes. The places are valuedat the blood and the mucous surface of the most pleasant of the season's many

Perfumes and soaps sold of Sumter until they assured him over 200,00. The firm names remain the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh social gatherings.The for young ,men, old
and guaranteed by us. The Postoffice the sume Mr. L. S. Petteway is
they had guests were Miss Easteriin.
no candidate and now it is. Cure be sure you get the genuine. Its '
Drugstore. manager for the Knight. Petteway & Miss Dunn. Misses and the
let the best man win. taken internally and made in Toledo Leafy Sylvester, men boys as
Mr. E. P. Thagard came down last Co. location at Freeman. Louise Harris. Lou Moody Florrie I
J. Testimonials _
ANTED-Lady or gentleman of Ohio by F. Cheney & Co. "
night from Jacksonville.Our fair education to travel for firm of free. Sold by druggists. Price Condon. Beatrice Sinclair, Grace : .. most' fastidious could

line of toilet soaps perfumes and $2O.C:; OO capital. Salary, $f072 per ANOTHER TURPENTINE TRADE 75c. per bottle. Take Halls Family latchell, Allie Van Juhan Eloise Miller '

cosmetics is unsurpassed. Tydings & year. payable weekly Expenses advanCEd Pills for constipation.The Caro Liddon and Annie Mathewsand -I r ask. ,
Company. Address Geo. G. Clows Ocala Mr W, A. Baxley of Croom formerly Messrs. E. EL Robinson. Harry I
of Lei on. In this county recently Palmer, Alfred Osco hand work '
Fla. Zewadski. As much
\ -
Mrs Ferdon and little daughter, who Guarantee Clothing and Shoe
sold his valuable turpentine locationnear Guy Zewadski. E. "B. Duncan. Robert 1
recently came up from Sarasota are There was quite a shower this morn Store was crowded this afternoon with
with Mr. Ferdon at the Montezuma. ing between Anthony and Ocala. The Croom to Messrs. E. J. House little boys who were there to exchange Mathews. Harvey Clark, Allen Bridges as could be procured II
and S. W. Petteway. John Pelot Howard and Harry
Electric house wiring. Guaranteed dust still prevails in Ocala. coupons cut from the Star for airships. Walters.
from a local tailor.
material and workmanship. The Yonge The children would like to have one MORE TRADING IN LANDS "

& Cline Co. of those lawn swings, and so would LOW RATESTo WEATHER FORECAST The largest variety

you if you knew how nice they were. )lr. W A. Ba-xley recently of Croom
Mr. It. B. Clark of Rock -
Chattanooga, Tenn. and Return,
who has been spending the i prlngs'l Ocala Furniture Company. w_ purchased' a few days ago from Mr. G. Via Atlantic Coast Line Washington. April 19.-Partly clou- in the city. -
Mr Frank Thomas of Pine in A. Petteway of this his
days at the Montezuma, : came city valuable dy tonight and Friday.

home today. I yesterday to see his brother, the assistant interests in the splendid turpentine location On account of the Southern Baptist

We carry the largest and very best I postmaster of Ocala. at Etna, in Citrus county. The Contention the Atlantic Coast Line OCALA SKATING RINK As good and better material than could be obtained -

assortment of druggi&t's sundries in FOR SALE-A gentle reliable pony name of the firm was Knight Home & 1 Railroad will sell tickets to Chatta-

the city, Tj dings & Co. I will work anywhere and is a fine sad- Co., and it will remain the same as nooga and return at one fare plus 25 The Ocala skating rink at the armory forthe same money elsewhere. i
dler. Will sell cheap for cash. Apply leretofore. Mr. Baxley has taken (>( cents, for the round trip. Tickets on bROW open for the public. The
Messrs. L. J. Knight and Arthur
Williams have returned from a busi- I-to A. G. Gates. sonal charge of the place and 'r-I sale May 8, 9 and 10, with final limit hours for beginners will be 10 to 12 a. Everything marked in plain figures and ono price
it himself.
manage ten days from date of sale. Final limit
ness trip to Tampa.Don't Dr. Landon a returned missionary, m. The afternoon hours from 2 to 5. i '
will speak at the Christian church tonight to June 5 may be had by depositing and the evening hours from 7 to 1L to all.
fail to try the fancy new THE ELKS CAFEIs ticket and paying fee of 50 cents.
on his experiences and observations Tuesday afternoons will be reservedfor
drinks and Ices at the Anti-Monopoly now serving regular meals at 50 For further information apply to
'I in foreign lands. The public is the ladies., Admission 10 cents;
Drugstore on and after April 19.! Invited. cents, also board at $6 per week and ticket agent or write J. G. Kirkland skates 25 cents. The best exercise In

Mr. L. Home Is taking a few weeks will continue serving orders a la carte Division Passenger Agent Tampa, the world can be had on roller skates.
I Co to the Ocala Furniture Companyfor
course of treatment at Hot Springs.He according to bill of fare.
your porch screens. We have themin
will be there for about two weeks G. R. TROXLER Proprietor.
several sizes and we think the price Mrs. J. A. Pittman will please accept -

yet.When will please you. Fla.CASTOR the thanks of the editor of the The finest line of
traveling via the A. C. L. or 'I Read Rheinauers advertisement. -
I Star for a "mess" of
string beans of
Mr Thomas Hoopes of West Ches-
Summer is and
when in need of a mileage book call coming they have the
ter. Pa., of the firm of Hoopes Bros. growing. They were fine Indeed.
on R. T. Adams, city ticket agent at clothes you need; correct In style and
the Ocala House. I & Darlington owners of the Spoke right in price. For Infants and Children. PANAMA HATSin
) and Rim Company. of this city came Leland Smoak who Is working for
Mr. T. T. Munroe will go to. Hot down last night for a short stay in the The famous Karpen leather furniture The Kind You Hare Always Bought Mr. Rawls of the Crystal River Lumber
Springs in a few da>'s. I in straight and rocking chairs,
city and is a guest of the Ocala House. Company after spending a week

The Ice cream season will be opened All kinds of vehicle repairing don' and'Ictver couches.& MacKays.JCJthing finer made. At Bears theSignature pleasantly among friends In Ocala, returned the city /Co select from.

at the Anti-Monopry Drugstore' on at Smoak & Son's rear of the Ocala of today.
William Benus of Bron!';on is in the -
Thursday April 19. You are Invited to Seed Store. Prices right. The prices are from
.attend. I J. S. LEACH
There were twenty-eight arrivals at city.The
Mr. Wm. H. Stewart of Buffalo N. the Ocala House jesterday. Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars on HEREFORD VEALW. '

y. traveling representative for the I the day trains and Pullman Sleeping Fruits, Confectionery and Bottled SodaI $5.50The to-$7'-SO :
'r Baseball goods. Largest line we
World's Dispensary' Medical AI8OClaj! j Cars on the night trains of the Atlantic P. Edwards will supply his customers I desire to call the attention of the 4
have ever fcho-wn. Come to us and get ,
tion was in the city yesterday an,l Coast Lina are example* of excellence on Friday and Saturday with public to my fine stock of fruits of
what you want. The Postoffice Drug-
today, a guest of the Ocala House. on I i i !'te>re.II and comfort. Hereford veal from Edwards Bros'. all kinds nuts cigars tobacco, candies
business with the newspaper Mr. i tock farm. All lovers of good meat and soft bottled drinks. I proposeto
Stewart left this afternoon" for Port II Dewberries were in the market this Remember we carry the only complete should avail themselves' of this oppor- have the best and respectfully solicit
at lOc. line of office supplies' in blank Guarantee Clothing
morning a quart. ,
I -
Tampa Kt'yVE' t and Havana. tunity to get something fancy in the your patronage.J.
books In Ocala. Ocala News Com-
Our is A S. LEACH
t The finest largest and most parted art department complete. way of meat.
stock of jeweler's goods of all kinds I magnificent stock of pictures in oil imny. Fruit Dealer Montezuma Block. Ocala

ever shown In this market. Ocala Music and water colors and pencil sketches. Dr. Thomas' uncookedwhole wheat FOR SALE-A 1100 pound second

Company. Jewelers.Mr. Frames to match any picture. Hundreds biscuit at Tydings & Co. Will cure hand Mosler fire-proof safe in perfect - FOR SALE AT A BIG BARGAINA and Shoe Company
of styles. Visit this department Indigestion and stomach troubles.
A. Y. Strunk having purchaseda condition $45. Apply at this office 5-room house located In the 4th
lot from )Ir. Agnew, opposite the i Mclver & MacKay. The Star had a r-easant and appreciated or to Martin & Cam. ward at 85 North Pine street building -

Southern Express Company's office is: Now that the Ladies' Improvement call today from Mr. W. L. Jordan Send us your next prescription. We in good repair. Size of lot. 65x100.

erecting a house on the same. i Sotietof Ocala is fully seated In the of Heidt\ilie one of the enterprising pay particular attention to this department Change of location only reason for

I saddle we trust that the members will young farmers of that section, of our store and guarantee selling. A big bargain for someone.
The finest ana most beautiful hal
heed the words of :Mr. Chambliss' as and the democratic committeemanfrom satisfaction. Postoffice Drugstore.FOR Worth tlOOO: will take less. Call at
racks in and oak and
antique golden
i published' in the Star and instead of his precinct. Speaking of his the Star office. '
mahogany that has ever been shownin RE'I."T-Nlce furnished room.
wasting their time and energy In try section he said that Wartmann was
Rates reasonable. Apply to Mrs. J. W.
Ocala. Mclver & MacKay.
1 ing to idealize Ocala In a day, a week solid for the legislature while for the
Kea 24 North Watula street. FOR RENT-A splendid corner 3
The berry growers of the Griner second man opinion was divided The
a month or a year and attempt to carry room with or without board; two
Farm section were in town this morn- out every single whim or wish focus old-timers of that section don't wanta The finest furniture in town can be young men preferred. Apply to Mrs.
with full loads of this delicious in the found at the Ocala Furniture Com-
ing on one or two vital propositions no-fence advocate legislature.: Ftawls. Fort King avenue at residence
fruit and finding ready sales for them pany. We would be pleased to show
.and stick to them until they unmistakably line formerly occupied by Mr. Edward Hil- tT
demonstrate that judicious efforts you our ler. .

persisted sin. like good, advertising I A TRIALWill We can supply you with tablet pa-

bring results and in that work they per In' any style and size you wish. Splendid corner,lot on Oklawaha avenue Ocala Steam. Laundry

THEJEWELER can rest assured the people of Ocala Come and see! us when in need of any. front of the Standley residence;

will stand behind them in approval as The Postoffice Drugstore 105 feet east and west on the avenue

y well as financial aid.' Convince You by 100 feet north and south; fine shade

Allclub members of the Ocala Mr. J. P. Galloway was made glad etc. To be sold at very low price at SEE OUR RED LIST ,
that We O-K. today by the arrival of his mother once. Ditto & Maloney.
Pressing Club who have phones will ate
Mrs S. E. Galloway of Miami whomhe
I please phone No. 167 when clothes are
had not seen for seven years.
ready. All.rails answered promptly.J. .

Carries a Complete Stock of F. "Williamson Manager. We Deal Only in Good Things to Eat
i The choicest drugs are compounded I

Consisting of Wm. Knox Cleveland of St. Petersburg and Keep the Best in jour prescriptions by only registered CLOSE MESH AMERICAN FENCE.

Jewelry, an old engineer on the S. S. O. pharmacists when they are sent to

& G. R R. of other daY', and the inventor Try the Famous "White Rose" Canned Tydings & Co. .

FINS_ DIAMONDS of the four-friction automobile Goods ....... .q SI't ..... -

RINGS WATCHES, wheels was in Ocala Monday to see Miss Sue Barco; who has been a ..-. !!. -,,1, : -t

his brother Gee ,V'. Cleveland our LIPTON'S .AND. WHITE ROSE TEA guest of Mrs. E. C. Welch at Carnell !. of6I'l
efficient city marshal returned with that lady to Ocala to :See _
..,- !!. _
CHAINS, CUT GLASS, Miss Owen who has been millinerfor Windsor Palace Coffee-the Kind W. day. 6 3.1111 Close

Mrs. Bostick for the past three How ,
FINE CHINA Served at Our Tea Party 6 % ,N.
seasons, can be found at Mrs. Hay- See the toy flying machines at the ... Meshes

LADIES' UMBRELLAS, craft's next door to Oklawaha Inn. We Have Opened a New Barrel of Ocala News Company. From S to 23 Close 5 4F - .- _ _ -1= a-_ '"

CLOCKS where she is prepared to meet her cent: Will
GUARANTEED{ customers and takeorders.Rev. Sweet Mixed Pickles. They Are These .

Fine. They Sell at 20c() Qt. .I. urn
AndSOUVENIR- . E. M. C. Dunklin of Oxford returned per Mrs. L. T. P. Bishop of New York !itf --

yesterday from Palatka wherehe City, who spends her winters at Citra. Meshes m -' Little ..:

CARDS. united in marriage Mr.. A. R. Gome O. K. GROCERY was In the city today, a guest of the Are. n ... .- Pigs. -,--

and Miss Georgia Helium. Sunday. Montezuma.

All Kinds of Kepairing. The groom a prominent business man CLARK BROS. Props.Phone HEAVY WIRES CLOSE MESH. PIG TIGHT. :
of Palatka. is a brother of Mrs. Dunk- Telephone 326: for ice cream can- ,

tin Rev. Dunklin's church at Oxford 174 dies and fruits. Hewett and Bridges.

OCALA has made him a delegate to the Southern Top and bottom bars No. 10, galvanized wire; Intermediate bars, No. 11, galvanizedwire
Baptist Convention which will be Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Scott of Weir .
Y'EIHe "
held May 10. at Chattanooga. Tenn, SAMPLE SHOESAND Park came up yesterday viewed the ; Stays, No. 12, galvanized wire, 12 inches apart. %/
FLA and .also provided for his expenses. beauties of Silver Springs and returned -

The manner in which Miss Louise home today.SEABOARD LARGE STOCK, QUICK SHIPMENTS.The ..
Gamsby addressed the chair at the

A Choice Stock Ladies' Improvement Society meeting SECOND-HAND SHOES I AIR LINE

Tuesday and the easy graceful and FOR MEN. NEW SCHEDULE Largest Stock of Light and'Heavy

self-possessed way she presented her ,
Of Fresh Beef Pork ideas of the value of such an organization -
and Trains
As good as new at great Day HARDWARE SASH DOORS AND
and timely suggestions made. Northbound.. .... ....12:57 p. m. ,
was admirable indeed. She set an example bargains. A $4 pair of men'sshoes
And Southbound... ..... ... 2:20 p. m.
that those- who are trying to $2-50; $3 pair for $1.50 to !
Fruits Poultry learn how to do at such gatherings can Night Trains BLINDS FARM MILL AND .

Vegetables, imitate with interest and advantage to $1.75, and they are. just as goodas i Northbound... ... .. ..... 2:10 a. m. ,

Eggs, Fish Oysters and themselves. you would get for $3 to $4.50'' Southbound... ... ... ... 2:30 a. mWILLIAM'S MINERS' SUPPLIES PAINTS

Choice Fresh Family Groc LOST-A little gold heart with the elsewhere. All! kinds of shoes /
I name of ""Lucileon one side and ornamented CARBOLIC SALVE

cries, always on hand from with a little chip-diamond made and repaired, rubber heels with ARNICA and WITCH HAZEL OILS ETC. ETC.

which to do your marketing. on the ofher. Finder will receive a and soles put on. All goods and ,

liberal reward by returning It to the The best salve In the world for cuts
Sen or bring us your or-,Star office. It was lost either -at the all work fully guaranteed. Give bruises sores ulcers salt rheum tet __ t'rss;; [(Carried In Centrdl Florida.This .

ders and they will have Baptist church Saturday afternoon or goods and work a trial and you ter chapped hands and all,,skln erup T
attention. at Mr. Carn's egg hunt. my tions. It is guaranteed to give satisfaction is the Implement tor Yur Sprin g Crops.

prompt I WANTED. man do farm and will be more than pleased. or money refunded. Price 25c.

E. SMITH. orange! grove work. Steady engage- Sold by William Anderson. Williams M RION H\RDWARE: CO. ,
ment for the right man. Address, S. F. A. M. POOR Manufacturing Co.. Proprietors. Cleveland <

No. 98 North Magnolia St. Rou, Lowell Fla. Ohio. 0C ALA FLA. -
Porch Rockers Seats and Out-of- Montezuma Block, r

I Door Goods can be found at our store. Go to the Ocala News Co, and get \Ve Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Fence Also..
: I are
Phone 77 The Ocala Furniture Company.. Opposite Tydings & Co a Zinn safety razor. The best pet



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Better thank In fact quite weU. ;
you. ,
For Board of County Commissiorers
lestanrant i(i Fat, round and fell of life and mischief.

At the earnest solicitation of friends I j ]Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim By

In Ocala and beyond. I submit my ples.! No cough no indigestion gay party
Ellison and
name as a candidate for county commissioner J I :
from the Ocala or the 1st ': All on account and family

district subject to the rules and with !!ev
regaations ;
:; (. First Class Meals to govern the democratic primary -i I Bloody : !
of May 15th. If elected I will | pate in a

serve you faithfully and to the beet somewhat $

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining of my ability. Respectfully. i visions were I
"W. J. Chambers._ I The &1!> l
tI I t dence of Mr.

Room until midnight. Personal This Is to announce candidacy' evening
open my ;administered by a mother whose lOTI' 11

attention given to special orders anythingthe as i county commissioner from commis- ,j j was tempered with common sense. j a very
sioner's district No. 3. :Marion county Mr. A.
subject to the democratic primary of 1 She knows that OZOilULSION is. at Early
market offers for the table
prepared on
May 15th, next. Respectfully.S. a fountain of energy for grown-ups,I)! While

short notice. See our Refrigerator displayin R. Pytes. I too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes i recently,
plenty of rich blood. For pale feeble er in the
front of the Store. To the Democratic Voters of Marion I hoe cutting :
folk it is the chief nourisher at He'sfeast.
County: | I( lips so that i
Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. Throjgh: the solicitations of numerous j It cures Consumption when j]ja stitch in

> friends I hereby announce myself taken in tim:. All druggists sell it-i j ily ( )
a candidate for commissioner'for
Price to Boarders
Special Regular the ring.
the second commissioner's districtof 'I so cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let us!
the county, subject to the action of send I The ) !
the ensuing primary tlectiom. My record you who came

THE GARM18HAEL & SON GO ion of county fifty years is the as a platform citizen of upon Ma- > Free Sample Bottle! by t.4aiJYrite 'be Sunday treated

which I stand and by which my fellow \ letter or postal toOZOMUL.SION taken to I'
Ed's Place, West of Square citizens are requested by their ballots ; Ga. for :
to candidacy. CO.
pass upon my Mr EL D.
H. W. Long. : 98 Pine Street. New York have t I

To the Voters of Marion County: Virginia. I
__ _ .
Since it will be impossible for the' '0 __ will be with

court house to be completed this year. -- - to make I
and believing that I can serve the pen : Mrs.
pie in its completion and final arrang WHY TAKECALOMEL very I i
ments of the same as well as any man returned to
In my district. I therefore take this
method of announcing my candi-lacy ? Miih. I :
JEWELRY WATCHES DIAMONDS f for re-election to the office of county very much !
commissioner from the fourth district. When Mozley's Lemon Mr. ; >

My official record is well known to Elixir, a purely vegetable to his home
you and I ask your consideration of well pleased II
o the: same. Respectfully, compound, with a pleas- pIe.

; \ :N. A. Fort I ant taste, will relieve you The stork I

fAt of Biliousness, and all Mr and
Io I IWE the request of friends I again i i
kindred diseases without ( little girl
present my name as a candidate for'
HAVE in the store just now, one of county commissioner from the 5th distract ] griping or nausea, and glad.

the most complete stocks of CUT subject to the democratic voters i, leave no bad effects. I Mrs. : I
at the primary May 15. If again honored | :and has so

GLASS, CHINA, WATCHES, DIAMODS i I will serve you with fidelity and :, 50c. and $100 bottleat she can
and JEWELRY of all kinds that a Florida to the best of my ability. {I' ; per family and
Anthony Fla. C. W. Turner.At I all Drug Stores.
Mr. A. B.
store has ever earned. We have a complete

stock of musical instruments and sheet the request of numerous votersof KIOZLEY'SLEMON chased ;
district No. 4, east of the Oklawaha is very
music. Japanese goods of all kinds, fine um- river I submit my name to the dem- ELIXIR. talk of the I

brellas, fine stationery, etc. Examine the I ocratic voters of Marion county for With a few ,
f their suffrage at the primaries of May "OSB DOSE COXV1SCE3.1" would boom.
stock it to show the
is a pleasure goods. 15. If elected I will serve the peoi>l.. The oats
f of Marion faithfully zealously and and
honestly looking to the best interests :
of the people of the county. | crop In

4 Very respectfully I j that it is duty before pleasure with We have
Lynne Fla E. O. Cordrey me I submit my candidacy upon my of our
:_- i official record and If elected for an- string -
other term of office. I will do my dutyas the first of
For the State SenateTo
I have in the past. Respectfully We have
: E. L. Carney.I .
next i
I the Democratic Voters of the 20th
Senatorial District: toes and
JEWELERS. I I hereby announce my candidacy for there.
announce my candidacy for
the office of tax collector of Marion
o the office of state senator from the Candidate
county. Florida, subject to the demo-
20th senatorial district to be voted cratic primary to be held May 15. 1906. ny a visit !
for at the coming primary of May 15..
J I and solicit the support of the votersof favorable !
I heartily endorse the resolution passedby
-0-o-o-o-o-o this county. J. W. Bishop.
the executive committee of :Marion ers.We
.. county on March 17 asking that :Marion are
county be made an individual For Tax AssessorTo doctor
senatorial district and I promise if remove the

nominated and elected to use my best the Democratic Voters of Marion that Mr.
THE GLENWOODCONVENIENT efforts to carry Into effect the wishes County: Dr. El G.

expressed in that resolution and also At the solicitation of some of my dosta Ga..
to serve the best interests of the peo- friends (I believe myself that county to; her
TO BOTH DEPOTS ple. Respectfully J. G. Baskin. officials should be changed occasionally to her

). I hereby announce myself a can-
her during
::newly renovated hotel with all the privacy of family) life For the House of RepresentativesTo county didate for subject tax to assessor the democratic for Marion primary -

All modern conveniences. First class in all of its the Democratic Voters of :Marion to be held May IS. 1906. I there-
appointments. fore solicit the
County: support of the demo-

Portersmeet all trains. Rates, $2 The many kind expressions comingto cratic voters of Marion county. loan's
me both through the press and per- Respectfully F. B. Turner.

per day. Weekly and monthly] rates made sonal interviews generally endorsingmy
record In the legislature of 1905 Thanking friends for past favors One
known application. and with assurances that my services I respectfully announce myself a can-
upon didate for re-nomination in the next stops any
in the past were acceptable to a large
majority of the voters of Marion county primary. Alfred Ayer. cures
MRS. THOS. .J. BARNES I again come before the people of --any skin
the county as a candidate for the leg- For County Treasurer Is the
islature. If elected I shall in the future FO little of -
PROPRIETOR. as in the devote best efforts -
past my With the assurance of my hearty ap- ief and a
to advance the interests and wel- preciation for past support I respectfully W. H.
fare of the people. Many important submit my candidacy for the Beach. Ga..
events will face the next legislatureof
Florida. and with my past experi- treasurership of Marion county subject with a skin
LIVERY AND FEED STABLESStandlev's ence I feel better qualified to materially of course to the coming democratic and got no
aid In good legislation which shallbe primary. Thos. E. Pasteur. Ointment a
r sole consideration.
my cured me.
( Old Stand.) Respectfully Ed L. Wartmann.I relief from ;
For the Board of Public InstructionI
which was
respectfully submit my name to glad to r
The Best Drummer's Business the democratic voters of Marion coun- announce myself a candidate for sale
ty at the coming primary of May 15. membership of the board of public instruction :
as a candidate for the legislature of of Marion county, subject to cents.
Carriages and Buggies. Given Special Attention. Florida. If elected I will labor earnestly the democratic primary of May 15. If New York

and conscientiously for any: and ev- elected I will give my best efforts to states.
.:. 4 ery interest affecting :Marion county promote the cause of public educationin -and take
Good Traveling Careful Drivers and all interests that will be deemed the county of Marion !
for the benefit of the state of Florida. Respectfully Isaac Stevens.I .
but andGentle Respectfully, C. L. Bittinger.
announce myself a candidate for
Horses. Stylish Rigs. After due consideration and at the member of the board of public instruc- A Painful
request of numerous friends I hereby tion. subject to the democratic primaryof
announce myself a candidate for rep- May 15. If elected I will serve the
resentative to the legislature from Ma- people of the county to the best of my Quite a
rion county. subject to the democratic ability. Very respectfully visit
D. 1 W. TOMPKINS PROPRIETORPhone primary to be held on May 15, 1906. B. R Blitch. this week.

I T. E. Biggs.I Mr.
Thanking my friends for past favors

J24. Ocala Fla. West of Square., am a candidate for representativeand I respectfully announce myself a can- fathers recently,
didate for re-nomination for school
I want the job. I'll abide by the
rules of the coming primaries and I commissioner from the third district.If shortly
promise if nominated not to amaze the elected. I will work in future as I has gone
world with my statesmanship nor be have in the past for the best Interestsof :Mr.
the biggest fool In Tallahassee. I am the public schools of Marion county. The M. E.
MARION FARMS STABLES coming loaded and candidates posi- Respectfully. John S. Grantham. tically

tively no infringement on my campaign Fort McCoy Fla. and
thunder. Patent applied for.
(INCORPORATED.) L. S. LightFor of } -
For Justice of the PeaceI Dean filled

S and
State AttorneyTo hereby announce myself a candi- services ,,'
GENERAL ,LIVERYFine date for the office of justice of the large
the White Democratic Voters of the peace for the 1st district subject to
of May 15. Mr. J. A.
Fifth Judicial Circuit: the democratic primary
I hereby announce myself a candi- Respectfully. S. A. Bullock. his work
Carriages, Buggies and Traps date for the office of state attorney for illness.

Drummers Carryalls. addle Horses etc the fifth judicial circuit at the demo- Mrs. J. X.
cratic primaries to be held :May: 15 LOW ROUND TRIP RATES VIA Bessie and
1906. Edwin W. Davis.I .
by Mr. W.
r i hereby announce myself a candi-
The Louisville and Nashville railroad
$ date for the office of state attorney for
this the fifth judicial circuit of Florida will sell round trip tickets from Jacksonville After' a
Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses subject: to the action of the demo- to points shown on dates Indicated and wife
cratic primaries of May 15 and ask ; proportionately! low rates to their
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. for your favorable consideration. from other points: while Mrs.
Respectfully, Carlos L. Sistrunk. relatives in
J. R. MARTIN. Manager. $12.55 New Orleans and return account Bessie '
Confederate Veteran's reun-
For County Judge to visit
I ion. Tickets sold April :%nd and Born to
To the Citizens of :Marion County 2Srd, with final limit. April 30th; on Tuesday

HOUGH BROTHERS I announce that I am a candidatefor tickets can be extended until May ter. Mother
nomination and re-election to tire 1st. Stop overs allowed. :Miss
office of county judge of Marion county $7530 Los Angeles and San Francisco
subject to the democratic primaryto and return, account meeting Impe- Monday
We rive Free Presents consisting of Turkey Roasters; Hall Racks. Towel be held May 15. 1906. rial Council Mystic Shrine. Tickets needle into :
Racks Silver Coffee Pots etc, wi th every pound package of Baking As I am engaged In the active ad- about a
sold April 84th to May 4th Inclusive -
Powder at SO cents per pound ministration of the duties of the officeit dle off in ;
with final limit July 31st. Tick- :
will not be possible for me to make ter was
Tlck U for ether valuable preeents given with every purchase of Soap. an active or extended campaign. ets good going via one route and: the same
Soap Powders Starch. Coffee and Extracts. I solicit the support of the demo- returning another. Liberal stop ing nicely.
cratic electors of Marion county. and overs aUowed.
Mr. "
with every pound of tea at 60c. we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitcher. pledge to them an honest faithful and
upright administration of the duties of $11.50 Los Angeles and San Franciscoand ters and \
Pudding Pan or Cake Mould.
the office if it be their desire that I return, account convention of Weir T1 t'

With'Ev cy'25c. Worth of Laundry Soap, We will Give a Mixing Bowl shall again serve thelILRespecfully. the National Educational Association. too rough
Joseph Bell. Tickets sold Jue 24th to July Mr. J. C.

:Every article and every present Is first class and fully guaranteed and 6th Inclusive with final return limit the sawmill

or-Kioney will be refunded If both are not as represented. For Tax Collector Sept 15th. Tickets good going one Mrs.
route and returning another. Liberal ell and
To the Marion County Democracy: stop overs allowed. Ocala last

1 Manufacturer of Pure Fancy Home-Made Candies Believing that I have filled the position For rates from other points maps.
of tax collector for state and
? Eeuth.Main Street. Give Us a Call. Ocala. Florida. county during my occupancy of the of- schedules and full Information call
on or write George E. Herring flor- The
i.rrrac'-- fice acceptably to a large majority of
X. Railroad
ida Passenger Agent. L. -
the tax payers of the county I announce -
t myself as a candidate for reelection ;Jacksonville Fla, 118 West Bay Mothers
subject to the action of the street.L.AX.EXANDEH. 1 railroad :
LUMBeRROUGH county democracy In the primaries of I and elderly
May 15 next. From the present time I say Moore
until the primary comes off will be my more of
busiest season in the office. So muchso .
that it will be impossible for me to I any
OR DRESSED I neglect my duty to the public in orderto taken the"
make a personal canvass of the Practical brands. ,
county. It would be a pleasure to me medicine Is
See or Phone to meet the people at the various cured for
meetings that In all probability will be CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful be a child ,
arranged by the county democratic ex- It always
B. HPHONE .SEV1V\0UR ecutive committee to take place over estimates made on aH contract Sold by the ,
the county within the next two I
work. Gives more and better work
; months but I think that all good citizens -
s NO. 25. fccala F1a.i who know mer will understand for the money than any other in town. Evening


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