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
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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 JJ Number 269 OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL 20 1906
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I IlfiJu j That AH Important Bath Room ' '-

Cake Nabiscos From the Stricken City This Morning. i Frisco Brave Bucket BrigadesAre Son have often heard people remark "If I were roRVnsSi

A. B. C. Snaps in Barrels the Devouring Flames Still The City Electric Light Plant Making a Hopeless_ Fight 1 i ever to build, I would pkn

Rage Unchecked Against the Flames bath first and
t ; my room would not put

Zulu and Lemon Snaps Special to the Star: will soon be ready to deliver Special to the Star: r g al my money into tie parlor with all

Oakland Calif. April 20. 9:39 a. m. SanFrancisco., April 1', 9:55 p. m.- its finery." Tfcat u good common cense

Pickle Lamb's Tongues -There Is nothIng encouraging from electricity to all who desire Everythingfrom South street to sentiment, for tie bath room U the most

the scene of conflagration this morn- Twentjthird' is gone, except the mint. fi important of all tie hooseJMitd.

Eidelweiss Bile Cheese Ing. On the contrary, since midnightIt PostofiTic damaged by shock and
baa started afresh on the south end the same. slightly by fire. Everything north of j'i We would Eke to help you plan your

Edam and Pineapple Cheese of the line of fires and Is burning Mission: street Is gone up to Yan..essa"enue. bath room and will gladly quote yo*
and west of Golden Gate
Gusto and H. O. Oatmeal fiercely. It nearly reached Fort Mason I "Now is the Time"to up to Octavia street. Chinatownand avenue prices on "iStaadasf* Ware, the best
last night and the big Fin tana
Nob Hill are wiped out. The fire ae.i most unlrary fixtures made.
warehouse and nearby canneries have wired. crossed VanXess east of Union Nothing -
I building
which will doubt It is your
go today
Is Mt in the business district. R. E. YONGE
Breakfast Wheat I0c. 3 for 25c. believed the flames will make a clean & CO.
I sweep of everything far as the Gol- I We have first-class workmen and Fire burning All now that about is left Union now and is

den Gate with the of takIng .
probability :s;;;
bounded by Union, VanXess. Golden< "\ ;
the trees around that do work Please let
Belle Pepper eucalyptus can your promptly. Gate avenue to Octavia. Hayes and
lIne and Pan Handle Park to the
I -llmore, over to MarketEfforts
Melon Mangoes II I ocean. us make an estimate; for you. to stop the fire at VanXessavenue
I were unavailing and it is now
Lye Hominy I THE SHIPS ARE SAFE beliethe chance of saving any portion -

THE FLORIDA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO. of the unburned district mentioned ,r IT IS FOR YOU tt
Red Kidney Beans i Earthquake Shock do Not Seem to In last bulletin are very slight.

Have Caused Any Commotionon Phone J5. B. W. MacDONALD. Manager. j
the Water M
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Washington, April 20.-A telegramat --- --- Did the Eruptions of Vesuvius Cause "WHAT
AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY. the = :;.;;;;
Navy Department from the
Earthquakes at the Antipodes .
commander of the Pacific squadron. I.LDIF. i1!l., !.*!':"rrRs voice
of the Volcano
bottom layer
sent since the earthquake, reports all
Is well with the squadron Washington April 20.-The earthquake -
OCALA FURNITURE CO of a box ofTHE at San Francisco Is generally THE VICTOR TALKING MACHINE'
Tulula Lodge". Xo 21.. O. O. F.. belieto have had some connectionnth
GENERAL FUNSTON'S REPORT meets every Tuesday evening in
violent and destructive
Personal Senicc Anywhere, Any Time, Yonge's hall. C. L. Bittinger, X G. eruption the of recent ML Vesuvius Tremendous It is the machine that will give you the most
Says Two Hundred Thousand People David A. Myers Secretary.
and When Heeded. Are Homeless and Asks for Tents activity is of In subterranean progress" and elements its demon-evidently pleasure at the least cost for the longest time.

Th. Question of Embalming and Fun. and Rations tration appears volcanic outbursts

aral Directing ie! a Delicate OneWould 1 department Washington has, April received 20.-The a telegram War !}fI O'i: t < CANDIESbegs and volcano Reports seismic long show convulsions.dormant renewed in activity the Canary of a WHY ? .

not it be Best for Ton to Entrust from General Funston at San Francisco N i firth as many stand1and this may be taken as further Because .
saying: "The city Is practically de- you cannot to the Opera but <
of Ocala Lodge, evidence of the disturbed condition go .
this to Those who strojed Troops have been aiding the I y deliaous morsels 1
Question Appreciate No. 851,Benevolent .;;- of the earth's Interior.
police in patroling and maintaining I I and Protective 4 rand surprises THE OPERA CAN COME TO YOUin
It's and Whose Know-
Delicacy, order. Martial law has not been declared I Order of -1
I You cannot send too many Elks 65 tie tog lajer. STRONG AGAIN
2s! of the Standard
ledge Highest
tents or rations. About two hundred I Regular sessions on 2nd and 4th the form of an indestructible record, and (

TELEGRAPH ORDERS RECEIVE; thousand people are homeless. FoodIs Tuesdays In each month. Visiting! T W. TROXLER. Nothing will relieve indigestion thatIs will be with
very scarce. The provision houses not a thorough digestant. Kodoljspepsia : you long opera has i':
PROMPT ATTENTION have all been destrojed All government I brothers cordially invited Cure digests what you eat
S. T. Sistrunk, Exalted Ruler ceased to be: staged. You can always
buildings in the city are gone"A and allows the stomach to rest-recuperate j
Day Phone Ro. 10. flight 94 and 167? David \\illiams.. Secretary.THE INGLORIOUS ENDINGOf --grow strong again. A few l

SMITH & KOBERTS, Ocala Fla. CONGRESS GIVES CASH TEXAS WONDER the Life of the Scientist Who Discovered restore doses! of the Kodol stomach after and meals digestive will soon organs HEAR-WHAT PLEASES YOU MOSTat

Million Dollars Appropriated for the Cures all Kidney. Bladder and Rheumatic Radium to a full performance of their
functions naturally. Sold by the AntiMonopoly -I any time you want, and as long as
MONTHS Relief of the San Francisco troubles. Sold by all druggists, Paris: April %Professor Currie ,
Sufferers ,, or two montns" treatment by mail for the discoverer of radium was run over Drugstore.FtIEMINGTON you'want.. :: :: :: :: :: ::
GUARANTEE 11 Dr. E. W Hall, 2926:: Olive street and killed by wagon on the Place
Washington April 20.-The Senate St. Louis. Mo. Send for testimonials. Dauphine jesterday I -
Against holes. No more resolution, which appropriated $500-
darning If you buy
000 for the relief of the San Francisco Mr. H. W. Nettles Suffered Heavy .
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DIBJrDDPlDsi:! earthquake sufferers, was amended by Loss From Fire RECORDS t
the House committee on appropriations -
ry the amount being increased to HEWITT & BRIDGES Fire destroyed the barn and all other 3So $1 OOtfew
All the $1,000000 outbuildings of Mr II \''. Nettles goo
+ r Fir bier;;113 Tuesday nIght. ly heroic work the
r' i,told 6 poi lot horses, buggy and some bacon were records every month and a new supply always on handOCALA
ton.pairs 6 pairs for Ji.50- TEN MILLION TRANSFERREDSan The Most Complete Line of the Best Known and Popular saved. The feed, farming utensils i

For Ladies. Egyptian Cotton six pain wagons, mower and other tools were
Brands of
..... Banks Will Have Plenty Cigars
for $ .. A guarantee raid wtiduhldu Francisco lost. The fire was discovered about 8
of Money When They Are o'clock but had made such headway,
Able to Resume Business FIIESH CANDIES haling started In the hay barn, that FURNITURE CO0
very little could be saved. The originof
Washington, April 20.-The secretary All Flavors And ConfectionsPure the fire is unknown.
VI. FISH EL Ocala Fla. : of the treasury has authorizedthe and Refreshing Wednesday evening a party of twen-
telegraphic transfer of $10000000
ty-fiAe or thirty friends gathered at
from the sub-treasury at New York to FOUNTAIN DRINKS All the Late the home of Mrs. M C Gray and spent
San Francisco. the evening pleasantly with games and THE COLA W AHA INN
DO YOU All Kinds MAGAZINES AND PAPERS music Among those present we noticed 4
DANGER FROM THE PLAGUE Robert Chitty of Dunnellon and

Raymond Mathews of Gainesville who : Pleasant Homelike House f
There's great danger trom the plagueof are visiting their parents here ..
Il I The Place Is Next to Munroe & Chambliis, in the r 0
Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent Our hustling postmaster merchantand .- -
i unless you take Dr. King's New Po toffice Block. farmer Mr B. :M Scruggs, is '' Y Elegant,Airy Rooms and the
f I Discovery for Consumption, Coughs making some decided Improvementsin I d
and Colds. Mrs. Geo. Wallis of Forest ---- -- the property recently acquired by very Choicest Table Board.

Your City Me. writes "It's a Godsend to him. Bela it looks suspicious
people living in climates where coughs Rates
E Special in Summer to
i 8ealta? and colds prevail. I find it quickly ,

ends cures them.LaGrippe It gives prevents wonderful Pneumonia relief Weekly and Monthly BoardHATCHELL -
Every should know that good
If y.u Ao, take In Asthma and Hay Fever and makes health is person impossible if the kidneys are ..;; ,.'
weak lungs strong enough to ward off
Haggard's Specific Tablets deranged Foley's Kidney Cure will ers.MRS.
Consumption. Coughs and Colds. SOc.( am offering to the ladies of Ocala and Marion cure kidney and bladder, disease in ; .
th..e..r-hilt..noN lot I.dl.aatl...Jre.-. and $1 Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. and ,
form and will build
Tr.iMMlilr....I.. ..t.Cotu4.pttlaa.& an4. Kidory all kiadred+mt t BIwViuUtr .._. I Trial bottle free.MONEY. county the newest, prettiest, largest and any strengthen these organs so they up will
1...___.,.....u,..r..dr. __ Proprietress. .ru.ra Tit.,.._........taIl a. p. most complete stock of dress goods and dry perform their functions properly. No to tb P. PiIH. IS SAFE danger of Bright's dT ease or diabetes OCALA FLORIDA
eta.sur.ud'. .8.pp.sI. r..Mnld M v.-4 In goods of all kinds, for spring and summer of Foley's Kidney Cure is taken In' ..wrtk O".rioU..1I Ui TM>t.thw.1 SOc 1M.ko.k...IHM.r .1. Washington April 20.-The United time Sold by the Po!toffice Drug-
I .h.y will k..rat pr....xldvponracmpt.lprir, ... States mint at San Francisco escaped wear, that has ever been shown in Ocala. store.
Addrw 8J.6htD Kr cinc Ox AUamu.Gs.Phonographs
serious damage and its stock of gold '
and silver coin and bullion, amountingto Come in and see the goods. I can convince YORK HARDWARE AND PAINTS

about $39.000.000. is safe.
you that you get better values from me than -- -
Maxte Gilhs of Lake WeIr was In
CURES COUGHS AND COLD A from any house in the city. our burg Sunday' _
Arthur Mann of "Webster was here
/y't Mrs. C. Peterson 625 Lake St. Topeka visiting his parents last week.
Kan. says: "Of all cough reme- Mr D. TV Ormsby of Morriston was l
dies Ballards Horehound Syrup Is my here, hunting hands yesterday
l favorite It has done and will do all J. LEIN Mr and Mrs A. Osteen of Mattel
; that Is claimed for It-to speedily cure spent Sjnday! with :Miss RusselL
all coughs and colds-and It is so sweet :Miss: Christina Russell is III again
and pleasant to the taste." Sold by all with chills and fever.
druggists. Successor to Klein & CampbellJEWEL Mr Lonnie Beck met his Intended

d'atm wife here at York yesterday, and it is 1r
LOW RATES VIA "whimpered around that they ran off to ) /
Ocala married and lock the midnight a .1copva.
train for Atlanta, Ga.
Will Passed is -Wetrsdale with the
$21.90 to Lexington Ky.. and return. R
the South Lake Weir Lumber Company -
Tickets on sale April 29. 30 and May .
1, limited to May 10.
Mrs Steel' went to the still yesterday -
$15.10 to Birmingham, Ala. and return. I have a nandsome and complete stock of beautiful and to spend a few days with friends .[ ) !71

from $10 to $SO. Over Tickets on sale April 30 and May 1 modem Jewelry* Watches of all kinds ana prices, Mrs. &im Willis has a fine 17-pound
400 different records In stock to select and 2. with final limit June 3. Ex- boy. WE HAVE
from A. E. Burnett the Jeweler exclusive tension of final limit to June 30 may D-amonds Rings, Broaches, Chains, Fobs, FraternityPins Little J P. has been stek far a few

agent for Ocala. be had by depositing ticket and pay Charms, etc An exceptionally fine line of Cut days! That's :Me
ing fee of 50 cents. The Biggest Stock of Tools of all Kinds, Shelf Hardware -
Glass Fine China warranted ,
at living prices. heavy
$79.85 to Los Angeles and San Fran SEABOARD AIR LINE
Farm Stoves Fire -
Cisco, Cal. and return. Tickets on Plate and Sterling Silver Table Ware. Sterling Silver SPECIAL RATES Fencing. Implements, ,

RemingtonSholes sale April 24 to May 5, with final sdeens Wagons Baggies Doors Sash and '
Novelties and Toilet Articles. Edison Phonographs and ,
will be allowed
limit July 31 Stop-over 12.65 Montgomery. Ala. and return

and trip may be made going Records, Fountain Pens, etc., etc Watch repairing a Tickets on pare April 23rd and 24th, Blinds: Points,. Otis, _Etc.._ _/
one route and returning another. limited returning to April 28th.
TYKWWTOcqumamuDC specialty Prices are moderate and goods'are guaranteed.
$16.05 to Chattanooga, Term, and return $30.95 Paris Texas and return. Tickets TRY OUR GOODS AND NOTE OUR PRICEST.
account Southern Baptist Con- OH sale May 3. 4. S, and f th, with
Tea years apt wu a good typewriter vention. Tickets on sale May 8. 9 final limit May lath.
Five rein ago was a better typewriter and 10, Imllted to return 10 days
A. E. BURNETT New La., and return. SMITH & CO.
Today la the best typewriter from date of sale. Final limit may $13.25 Orleans W.
Ill Waiu be had to June 5 by depositing tick- Tickets on sale April 22. 23 and 24th. ,
with final' limit to leave New Orleans
aswuett4.aT..silt. fee of
et and paying 50 cents. Fla.
April 3th. Extension' available to Ocala, _
For Information apply to ticket "THE JEWELER"MERCHANTS'
riliM -
May 21. by depositing ticket and
futirsTn agent or J G. Kirkland D. P. A, Tampa _
paying fee of 5cSpartanburg
ni.a. Fla.
laws a BLOCK 15.55 S. C. and return.

4nat.bt1rTawaw CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDYThe Tickets on sale April 23. 24, 25 and THE GLENWOODCONVENIENT

26. with final limit April 28.
Best and Most Popular
Sin Cat. and return.
Ida.Usltwt $7935 Francisco

"Mothers buy It for croupy children FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES Tickets on sale April 24 t* May 4 inclusive TO BOTH DEPOTSA
railroad men buy It for severe coughs with final limit July 31.
and elderly people buy It for la grippe" $79.85 Los Angeles CaL, and return. newly renovated hotel with all the privacy of family) life

FrtItIMIaa :Moore: Bro Eldon. Iowa. "We sell Same dates and conditions as SanFrancLwe.
kw WItt actlMHIT......-.sSMwwtbaafrs Ilat Ss1.Sue..-. say more of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Western Beef Veal Florida Stall Fed Beef Mutton, Ar- All modern conveniences. First class in all of its ap-

*., _BMT._...fa....* q.rati..ilapl than any other kind. It seems to have mour's Star Ham, Armour's Perk Sausage, Cabbage $1435 Anniston. Ala., and return. Tick- pointments. Porters meet all trains. Rates, $2
several other good
taken the lead over
ets on sate May 2S, 27 and 2*. with' but H last wmitr tart Mrvke.
brands." There is no question but this Turnips Beets Sweet final limit June 3. per day. Weekly) and monthly rates made
: Rutabagas,
Seat anywhere in the United States os. medicine Is the best that can be pro- ,
ten days lest to rove its eaperiortty."Basulta $14.50 Greenwood. S. C. and return. known
Count a handsome book of cured for coughs and colds whether It Potatoes Irish Potatoes.Spanish Onions. upon application.
raliuble typewriter Information, and be a child or an adult that Is afflicted Tickets on sale April 18. 19 and :e. -
sumo of nearest repreaentaare.. free with final limit April 2L
upon regocat.s1 It always cures and cures quickly. W. P. EDWARDS MRS. THOS. J. BARNES
REMINCTON-SHOLES Sold by the Postofflce Drugstore. For further Information and Pull- ,
man reservations, call city ticket office
Majestlo Building Chicago Evening Star phones, 51. 121 and 265, Phone IDS' ;; City Market! telephone 129. .. PROPRIETOR. *

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C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll AROUND FRISCO FERRY HOUSE President. T. T. MUNROE. \ .:>i.

Proprietors and Publishers work for the interest of our Vice President. Z. C. CHAMBIJSS. -;;:

Streets Littered with Articles Which Cashier J. B. BROOKS
C. L. BITTINGER customers and they work for ours.

Editor and General ManagerR. the People Tried to Save from

City Editor. R.and CARROLL Business Manager. MONROE & CHAMBLISS, Special to Their the Star.Ruined Homes ENTRAL NATIONAL BANK

San Francisco April 20. 11:27 a. m.- a

WILL WE HELP BANKERS i I The scene In and around Oakland I
ferry house where the Western Union

The appalling disaater to life and office is now established' beggars de- -I

property that has overwhelmed San scription. Men women and childrenof OF OCALA. -
Francisco not only demands our gym THE HELPING HAND YOUR EYES all nationalities and conditions oflife.

pathy but practical aid. and the Star Are surely worth more to you than with the few articles they have

suggest that the people of Ocala I. Being Extended the Sufferers of the price of a pair of glasses. tried to save are there awaiting their J. K. CHRISTIAN, GEORGE: JlACKA T.
meet In the court house Monday afternoon San FranciscoThe If you value your eyes, have them turn to leave the city. The roads leadIng -

at 4 o'clock and take steps to has properly fitted at once. Delay and I to the ferry north and around the DIRECTORS: T. T. MUNROE. Z. c. CHAMBLLSS.
send relief. Let the house be full and United States government your eyes may become so bad that shore of the bay, as far as Fort Mason,
to the Sail HERBERT A. FORD. R. S. HALT
given a million dollars I
the ladles be in evidence. no glass will help them then you will I are littered i with all kinds of broken
Francisco sufferers.John It all the life. I vehicles. such wheelbarrows
regret rest of your as baby carriages, ,
D. Rockefeller has given $100.- Is word of it. Do children's etc that'
ASKING FOR A DAY CURRENT 1 I That true-every wagons .
000.The not trust traveling opticians and spectacle could not stand the rough road, abandoned -:
of the New York Exchange -
Elsewhere in these columns will be members peddlers to fit you with glasses in most cases with their con-
subscribed $85.000 In fifteen
found a petition addressed to the city They get your money and you get ex- tents.

council copies of which are being cir- inutes. New York sufficient perience. This!! I know becouse It Is
Other people of gave
culated about the city asking the city to bring the amount to half a told me by people that come to me for McIVER AND MacKAYBuild
to put on a day current The businessmen glasses after having bought of the
are making; thorough canvass million. spectacle peddlers. We have the best TIE TIDE HAS TURNED
and will secure the names of all who' The city of Atlanta gives $5000. lenses made each lens being groundfor
and the Detroit gives 12000. each defect of the eyeI will ex-
use current probable
amount they will use and If the business Savannah gives $2000. amine your eyes properly not the so-

secured will Justify the city In Montgomery gives $1000. of the called examination. I guarantee The Flames Have Begun to Yield to
Clarence MacKay. president
satisfaction or it costs!! you nothing.My .
supplying a day current or will approximately Postal' Telegraph Company will give references are from over 450 per- the Persistent Work of Firemen
meet the expenses of the StanfordUnlvf'rslty. Complete and Ready to Occupy Cottages
100,000 toward rebuilding I -
same the citizens will expect the city, sons who have done work for in and People ,
Ocala and surrounding counties. Have
to supply IL Even should the matter There will be others, too many to you heard any complaint of my work! Special to the Star
prove to fall a little short,of operat- and Residences and Furnish Them
Can that?
any traveling optician say
ing at first it will Increase ,
expense D. M. New York April %0. 1 p. m.-The
steadily. It is the people's property,, BONEY
and the people's Interests should be HANDS ACROSS THE CONTINENT I Optical Parlors Gary Building encouraging news to reach us
from San Francisco came In a Western From Cellar to Garret with
Ocala. Every-
considered and It will be only a mat- Union bulletin timed 9:45 a. m,
the Golden
ter' of a short time until the current From the Sunny State to San Francisco time and states that

will pay a dividend above operating Gate EARTHQUAKE INMICHIGAN the flames are yielding to the persistent Needed be it Humble
MINES thing
and the advantages to the an <'
Tallahassee Fla. April 20.-Govern- efforts of the firemen. It is now ,
city, both direct and indirect will be
thought that the section of the :
Broward sent the following messageof city
or One Man Was Killed' and Four Others
very great. to the of Cali- norh of Market and west of a point at
sympathy governor Palatial Home.
fornia: Were Injured by the Shock Octavia and Market streets on an Irregular Cottage or

ASKING MR. BAKER TO RUNA Tallahassee, Fla. April 19.-Gov. Calumet. Mich.. April 20.-An earth- line to VanNess and Broadway .

George C. Pardee Sacramento, Cal.: quake shock which was felt distinctly may be saved.HOMELESS .
big petition was circulated in the "In the name of the people of Flor- throughout Hancock, and was more Build and
D. M. Bakerof Equip Deep Wells Stink
city today asking Capt.
ida. I tender you sincere sympathy pronounced in the Quincy mine, killed PEOPLEIN
Home to make the for
Orange race deep regret for the terrific calamitythat Timothy Leary and injured four oth-
state senator from the twentieth sen- has overtaken the city of San ers while working one mile below the THREE .GREAT CAMPS Stores, Churches, School Houses, Court Any size or to any depth desired.
atorial of the
district composed coun-
Francisco." Advise us If we can be of earth's surface in that property yes-
ties of Marion and Sumter. The to the Star Houses etc.
name Special : ,
assistance. N. B. Broward. terday.In
of Mr. E. C. Painting; Paper Hanging
MeLeod. at present a "
"Governor of Florida. numerous instances buildings San Francisco April 20, noon-The' ,
candidate for the office, heads the
list Construct
rocked, chimneys fell and dishes ratted homeless people are concentrated in and Equip
and Mr. McLeod says he will not run Interior decorating roofing etc. A com
terrifying the citizens and caus- three camps, one between Fort Mason
line of clothingyou
If Mr. Baker will come out and make When you see our
ing scores of men women andn chil- and the Presido one in Golden Gate Phosphate Plants of size and and
the race. Captain Baker has repre- will find the price and styles all any a cornpretent skilled corps of of workmen always -
dren to rush from their homes.
Park and a third south of the Prorero
sented, and this Is district an able in and the popular senate man.before right. H. B. Masten. Many miners on the day shift refused in the hills. No water famine is an- plete stock of repair parts for Same always ready to take charge of work. .......

to go below again. ticipated. The fire Is still being heldIn
though so far with a great deal of $250,000,000 INSURANCEAT carried in stock.
check on the lines described in bul- Builder's Material
urging has declined to run. The petition -
sets forth the old agreement Build Bridges
made between the counties, when Ma- "
rion county needed the support of Property in That City Was Thought a Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age DISASTER AT DULUTH We carry at all times an immense stock of

Sumter to prevent the negro vote Good Risk Herbine taken every morning before And in fact, do any and all kinds of conBuilder's Material, Lime, Brick, Plaster,
will keep in robust Twenty-Five People Killed but I It
breakfast you
from In the .
supremacy county.Mr. Chicago April 20.-Fire insurance
struction work.
Baker It Is said. will himself, favor companies had about $250,000.000 at health fit you to ward off disease. It Looks Small Compared With Repairs and changes on Shingles, Lath, Paints, Oils, Roofingall

and work for a division of the sen- cures constipation biliousness, dyspepsia San Francisco kinds of -
risk In the city of San Francisco, the buildings. Cement, Sewer Pipe etc.
fever skin hives and kidney ,
atorial district at the next session of: estimate being based on the premiums
complaints. It purifies the blood and Duluth Minn. April O.-A portion:
the legislature and senate to give Marion received in 1905.R. .
of the docks of the Mesaba
clears the completionMrs. Duluth
a district of her own which she
la now amply able to have. The sign- D.V.. Smith: Whitney Tex. and Northern railroad docks collapsedlast Send us your orders. We carry by far, the largest, best and most varied stock in Central
writes, April 3, 1902: "I have used Her night carrying down all that they
era of the petition urge that Marion D. FULLER. 1.. F. BLALOCK. Florida and business methods .
,county should stick to her agreementof bine and find It the best medicine for contained. Twenty-five persons are our will please you. . .
constipation and liver troubles. It does reported to have been killed.
electing a senator turn and turn
about. all you claim for It. I can highly recommend Yours for a Prosperous Year,

It." 50c. Sold by all drug BLOOD POISONING
VOICES OUR SENTIMENTS gists. Results from chronic constipation

-'. Office tier Monroe & Cbambliss1 Bank which is quickly cured by Dr. King' lV.cIVER
& :: :
The Bradford County Telegraph. KENDRICK INVITES New' Life Pills. They remove all poisonous MacKA

commenting on Senator Blitch's candidacy -! OCALA FLA. THE CANDIDATES germs from the system and infuse ,

says: i new life and vigor; cure sour
"Hon. Newton A. Blitch. who has, All candidates are invited to speakin stomach nausea, headache, dizzinessand Contractors, Builders and Furniture Dealers
Terms Cah. the school house at Tues- J
given his name to the public as a candidate Kendrick. colic, without griping or discomfort -
for railroad commissioner !s II' day, April 24th at 7:30 p. m.Clarence. 25c. Guaranteed by Tydings &

one of the best men in Florida and his Priest. Co. druggists.

nomination and election will mean the IN MEMORIAM
triumph of a man whose long term of A TRIALWill BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP /
That lady you Just saw pass with MARION FARMS
public service has been devoted to I Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy such a pretty go-cart got it from the Melissa E.. wife of Clarence L Grace, STABLES
conserving the best Interests of the cough: oppressed rattling raspingand Ocala Furniture Company, and at a died at her home at Kendrick April ,

people of his state, and th eplaclng on: Convince You difficult breathing. Henry C. price that would almost make you 16tb. 1906. She was born :May: 21st I ( .)

guard of a man whose rockribbedhonor Stearns, druggist. Shullsburg. Wis. think she stole it. 1864, only a little over a mile from |
and fidelity cannot be shaken; writes. May 20. 1902: "I have been sell Kendrick. She had lived in Marion i
that We O-K. !
by any consideration whatever. As a are ing Ballard's Horehound Syrup for two county all her life. She married C. L,
member of the state senate It was his years and have never had a preparation Ladies have you seen the paten Grace Decepiber 30th. 1890. There I GENERAL[ LIVERYFine

good pleasure to vote for the bill creating that has given better satisfaction. hair dryer at the Postoffice Drugstore.J. were born to Mr. and Mrs. Grace three

a railroad commission." I We Deal Only in Good Thing' to Eat I notice that when I sell a bottle they children, who are Willie Alta and El-
come back for more. I can honestly: ma and with the husband and fatherare Carriages, Buggies and Traps
and the .
VOTER, ARE YOU INTERESTED Keep Best recommend It." 25C-, 50c. and $L Sold E. CHACE left to mourn her death. She also Drummers
I Carryalls Saddle Horses
etc. 'I
by all druggists. leaves another son Charlie Nix. by a ,

If you want to vote in the state and' Try the Famous "White Rose" Canned DENTAL SURGEON former marriage. She joined the Meth-

county election this year don't forget' Goods PARKER GOT THE PLUM odist church at Ocala during the Bible FINE VEHICLES. FAST HORSESHorses

that you must pay your poll tax unless The contract to build the governor's Office Upstairs, Commercial Bank Bid' reading of Miss Emma Tucker In 1903
you are exempt under law. This tax LIPTON'S AND WHITE ROSE TEA mansion at the state capital has been of whom she has often spoken duringher

ran be paid up until ten'days previous awarded to O. C. Parker of Tallahassee. OCALA FLA. late illness. A more thoughful and and Mules for Sale. Horses
to the date of the primary on May 15. Windsor Palace Coffee-the Kind We His bid was 23492., kinder hearted wife and mother never
This means that the tax books as far Served at Our Tea Party lived. She died trusting In the prom- Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.J. .

as the primary Is concerned will not A BADLY BURNED GIRL Terms, Cash. ise of her Savior knowing that she

close until May 5th. After six o'clockon We Have Opened a New Barrel of would again meet those she had left R. MARTIN. Manager.
Or boy man or woman, is quickly out
that date hewever. If the taxes are< behind and when Jesus called her to
Sweet Mixed Pickles. They Are of pain If fiKcklen's Arnica Salve Is '
not paid for at least two years back come up higher, calmly went forthto --
Fine. They Sell at 20c. per Qt. applied promptly. G. J. Welch of Tefconsha McIYER & MAC KAY
the fact that a citizen is registered will meet her Redeemer. The call came -
Mich, : "I use it in
not give him the right to vote. All says my as a great blessing, as she had long- HOUGH
family for cuts, sores and all skin Injuries BROTHERSWe
young men who will become of age ed for the summons. Deceased also
and find It perfect. QuickestPile
before the election or who have just leaves two sisters and one brother.
Cure known. Best healing salve
arrived at the voting age can. if reg. made. 25c at Tydings & Co's.. drug- FUNERAL DIRECTORS Funeral services were held 'at Kendrick give Free Presents, consisting of Turkey Roasters Hall Barks Towel
Istered. vote without paying any poll CLARK BROS. Props. store. Rev. L. W. Moore, officiating. Racks Silver Coffee Pots, etc, wi th every pound package: of Baking

tax. Phone 174 Undertakers and EmbalmersD. Across the top of-the casket: were laid Powder at 50 cents per pound.
the many beautiful floral offerings of
Dr. E. P. Guerrant. wife and Miss FINANCIAL STATEMENTE. friends from far and near. The pallbearers Tickets for other valuable presents given with every purchase of Soap

Davis, sister of Mrs. G. all of McIn- E. MciVER M. G. BROWN were A. 7,. Olin, B. G. Webb Soap Powders Starch. Coffee and Extracts.
SAMPLE SHOESAND 1.. Tax Collector in Ac-
tosh were In the city today registeredat Undertakers J. S. Burke E. E. Converse, B. H.
count With Marion With every pound of tea. at 60c. we will give a handsome Lemonade Pitcher
the Montezuma. Dr. G. Is one of County Leitner and P. V. Leavengood. :Mr. -
the progressive stock men of McIn- Grace and family have the sympathyof Pudding Pan or Cake Mould

tosh and brought with him from Ken- (1905 Assessment.) the entire community.Safe With 25c. Worth of
SECOND-HAND SHOESFOR 1906 Fine Caskets and Burial RobesAll Every Laundry Soap W. will Give a Mixing Bowl
tucky a year or so ago a small herd in the arms of Jesus:

of black Angus hornless cattle which MEN. County Schools Safe on His gentle breast. Every article and every present Is first class and fuRy guaranteed and

are doing welt March Uncollected.__. ..$23.3786 There by His love o'ershadowed. your money will be refunded if both are; not as represented.
As good as new and at Men.31-By treasurer's rec't. 5329.91 Work Done by Licensed Em- Sweetly my soul shall .
great April Balance uncollected.$18,048. balmers and Fully Guaranteed. rest.A Friend. FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
The following who have
bargains. $4 pair of men'sshoes
spent the winter In Orlando viz: Mr. County Proper Manufacturers of Pure Fancy Home-Made Candies-

Walter Mrs. Graher and Mrs.Kempto: {2-50; $3 pair for $1.501 to Mch. Uncollected......... .$i;..8U.t SUNDAL SCHOOL CONVENTIONThe South Main Street. Give Us a Call. Ocala Florida. ,
,George Walter and sister Miss Jennie Eastern district of the Marion
and Mcb.31-By treasurer's rec't. 1.332.t6April
$1.75, they are just as goodas
of Philadelphia are now In the city on !. Balance Uncollected. .USl1.96 THE County Sunday School Convention will

their way north and are stopping for you would get for $3 to $4.50 County Roads meet with the Oklawaha Bridge

a few days with Mrs. Spellman. These elsewhere. All kinds of Y church on the fifth Sunday In April
excellent people are' the personal shoes MchlCncollected ...... .$12.1204 and the Saturday before. The following -

friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C.Packhaxn. made and repaired rubber heels Mch. 31-By treasurer's rec't. 2,6649$ J JEILEI[ [R Sunday schools belong to this LUMBeRROUGH

who are showing them Ocala and soles put on. All goods and< April Balance uncollected.$ 9,453.5 division:
and with which they are very much Poll Taxes Ocala Anthony Belleview. Citra. Ft.

pleased.Mr. all work fully guaranteed. Give March Uncollected ........$2.481.0 McCoy Eureka. Fort King, Harmony..
my goods and work a trial and you Mch. 31-By treasurer's rec't.. 822.00 Carries a Complete Stock i of Island Grove, Oklawaha Bridge, Simmons OR DRESSED
J. B. the mill Sparr Silver Springs and Weir
Malloy. farmer April Balance Uncollected.$1.659. will be more than pleasedMontezuma Jewelry Consisting of
and in
man trucker. Anthony, was Special Roads ,
the city last evening and reported the hope each school will rend its See or Phone

crops backward on_ account ofthe 1--'F-OO March 1-Uncollected.$1,948.14 FINS, DIAMOND, full delegation and make it one of tie

in the weather Mr.-R' ir one Mch. 31-By treasurer's rec't. 444.1$ RIXGSV A TCHES, most Interesting conventions ever B. H SEV\l\0UR
April 1-Balance uncollected.$1.503.99
The following program baa been
of the most successful planters in the Block
Building CHARMS, FOBS prepared:
Opposite Tydings & Co I March Uncollected... .. . .$ ,792.54 CHAINS, CUT GLASS, 1. Do the Scriptures Teach that i PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Ffcu
Mch. 31-By treasurer's rec't. the Success of the Gospel Depends on
Mr. Will Tydings. the successful 1.176.63 i
Silver Springs commissary merchant. April 1-Balance Uncollected. ..JS,015.9 FINE CHINA; the Efforts of Man* By Rev. H. C.

will leave for Welaka Sunday, whereon A Choice Stock March License tax collected..J1 : LADIES' UMBRELLAS, Martin followed by discussion.

Tuesday be wed Miss Mary Bryant. Mch. 31-By treasurer's rec't...814.50 i GUARANTEED CLOCK 2. The Sunday School. Its Efforts For Copy of the Local Time Cardor
and What are we Doing for It. By
a lovely young lady of that place. Rector Of Fresh
Beef Pork State of Florida Marlon
church AndSOUVENIR W. P. Chalker, followed by discussion. Other Information
Browning of the Episcopal Afeoot the
: L S. T. Sistrunk. clerk circuit court 3. What Should be the Pre-Reqnl-
rtll perform the marriage ceremony. And Mutttln hereby certify that the above Is a true CARDS. sites of a Sunday School Teacher.: :X.
A brlday trip Is In prospect but not i
and correct statement of the collector's A. Fort followed by discussion.

k yet fully mapped out. Vegetables Fruits, Poultry account with Marion county and the 4. How Shall we Secure the Inter-

t sub school districts, as the same All Kinds of est of a Carless Member. Edwin Spencer -
The Star had a pleasant call yes- Eggs, Fish, Oysters and pears upon the books in my office.ap-I Repairing. followed by-discussion. Florida East Coast

terady from Ceo. H. Chapin. the Bos- Choice Fresh Family Gruc Witness my hand and official 5. Missions State Home and For- Railway
ton and St. Augustine real estate man this the 9th day of April. A. D. 1906.S. eign.

and publisher of the "Health Resort" cries, always on hand from T. Sistrunk. y C. What Scriptures Bear :Most Direct -

a paper that goes to every hotel In the which to do your marketing. (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court I OUALAFLA on Sunday School Work? Rev. B. .
country Mr.Cbapin baa made a L Hull followed by discussion.

great success of his business! and has Sen. or bring us .your or- Living Indoors so much during the 7. Who were the Spirits In Prison

brought many tourists and home- ders and they will have winter months creates a sort of a stuffy i Preached to? Rev. C C. Carroll fol- "See the Ticket
seekers to Florida He baa been down want-of-ozone condition In the THE HERMITAGE 'lowed by discussion. Agent"
a. the west coast and is greatly interestedin attention. I -
prompt blood and system generally. Clean nand Please bring this program before

that section. get ready for spring. Take a few DAIRYFresh Sunday school next Sunday, elect your
c W. E. SMITH. Early Risers. These famous little pills delegates see that they go and send

Deputy Sheriff Will Hutson went vp cleanse the liver, stomach and bowels and Pure Milk and Cream D. your report. W. D. tarn

to Reddick yesterday to bring bacE No. 98 North Magnolia St. and give the blood a chance to purify livered Every Morning at Your Moderator.Baseball CD.
: R. P.'Heath. colored suspected as the Itself. They relieve headache sallow R.A.I-INeA:

man who stole the cash box from the Phone complexion etc. Sold by the Anti-I DoorPHONE goods of all kinds at the g

Ocala Seed Store Monday noon. 77 Monopoly Drugstore. 150 Ocala News Co. A fan stock en hand. Asst. Gen'L Pass Agt St.;. Aogostinc, Fla. ,

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Manager. J. C. BOOZER, Asst. Manager. April 2*.-Partly cloudy -

GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller. Beavers meet tonight tonight and Saturday.

the Electric Light Plant: in the
Elks meet Tuesday evening Daytime WAS THERE RHEINAUER'SHIGH

The Hold theCOMMERCIAL Miss Louise Frances
Strong OdJ Fellows meet Tuesday night.A. Dodge. formt'rsoclety -
Ocala. Fla. April U, m ly editor' of the Tampa Tribune -

I W. To the President and Members: of the was In San Francisco when the GRADE '
Tongue of Oklawaha was In "
City Council: earthquake shock commenced. So _
town today.
Gentlemen Your petitioners, the was the daughter of Judge Donovanof
undersigned property holders, citizensof Tampa. aDd tM parents of Mrs. SUMMER CLOTHING.
Matters is .
for trunks"and
headquarters the city of Ocala. :Marion county. I StoUnitz, wife of Rabbi StoUnitz, wellknown
OCALA, FLA. suit honorable body Instruct a continuous Xone of them have been heard from.
Miss Ruth Smith of Dunneikm was schedule Panama
Has Public Confidence i id Evidenced Its in the shopping. twenty-four hour operating Hats < = E
Upon by Large city today for the City Electric Light Plant, to be LOS ANGELES IS SAFE I
put Into effect on or before the 1st day
and Increasing Business Boys' waists and blouse waists, 50 of May, A. D. im, believing that the The report yesterday that Los An-
and 75 cents, at H. B. Masters. health comfort and business!' demandsof geles. Calif., suffered from the earthquake Manhattan Shirts .
the city of Ocala will ju.tlfysuch I is untrue. The shock was felt s
Captain John B. Walton an old and action on your part and that said I there but it was slight.
prominent citizen of Tampa la dead. Electric Light Plant can be so operated -
at a profit In excess -of that now All parties holding coupons from th* Banister Shoes
MONDAY APRIL 23 CoL Nio Barco Is Interviewing Dr. arising from the operation of said Colonial Perfume COL, can get free ,
Chace today on the tooth question. plant on Its present schedule.We packages by calling at the Ocala News
further petition that the ratesor Company.Miss Crosset Shoes -
See our line of straw and felt hats charges for such additional com- ,
for boys and men. H. B. Masters. mercial "day" service be not greaterIn
+ proportion than now charged for"night" :: Minnie Stovall and :Miss Sara
Davis were out riding yesterday afternoon In the
Dr. Veal was In town today. lie now Shapes. r
has his office established at :MarteLMr. Your petitioners further set oppo- behind Master Koonce'a pony. ,
THE VARIETY STORE I site their respective names the approximate and with them was little Miss Rhodes,.
amount and use for current daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. F. W
Edward Brantley Weathers, one desire. Rhodes.. The pony ran away threw
of the and successful farmersof
young the occupants: out and Miss Rhodes
In and made Names Current Required for
Berlin was town today
struck the curbing of the sidewalk
!the Star an appreciated call. her .
and fractured lower Jaw Dr.
I' Beware of Ointemerts' for Catarrh that Smith was called: and rendered necessary f
A WINDOW FULL OF There will be sold on Monday, the Contain MercuryAs surgical aid and the child is do- I

II'hogs 23rd of and April one,bullMiss eft the city pound, seven mercury will surely destroy the ing nicely' today. AN UNSURPASSED SPRING{ SHOWING -

sense of smell and completely derangethe .
I whole system when entering It :Mr. Lv W. I>oos* boy, Joe. met witha .
ENAMELED WARE : Ethel Robinson entertained the
serious ten days
through the mucous surfaces. articles very disaster ago.
Young Ladies' Card Club yesterday should never be used except Inprescriptions He with some other boys was play-
afternoon in her usual delightful man- from reputable physlc- ing steam engine having a closed can OF NATTY AND STYLISH PLAIDS. .
nt'r.lIss Hattie Dye and :Mrs. E. C. lans, as the damage they will do is ten full of water over a fire. The steam
Welsh of Cornell won the prizes. fold to the good you can possibly derive generated and the can exploded,
Including Coffee Pots 'TeaPots I' from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured scalding the boy's- right arm and leg
R. P. Heath of Reddick suspectedof by F. J. Cheney & Co. To- so badly that he is just:! able to be
stealing the Ocala Seed Company'scash ledo, Ohio. contains no mercury and Is out. Mr. Loos lives near Kendrlck. As and attractive .
Boilers Sauce Pans box. was brought yesterday taken internally, acting directly upon stylish
by Deputy Hutson and discharged as the blood and the mucous surface of Mrs. B. S. Bernard and son. Marean. a 4 '
line of suits
he was the wrong man. Hall's Catarrh .
the s>etem. In buying who have been visiting Mrs. Bernatd's
Cure be sure you get the genuine. It parents, :Mr. and Mrs. W II Marean.
Tea Kettles Dish Pans Mrs. Clifford L. Anderson and baby, is taken internally and made In Toledo, have returned to their home in Pensa- for young men, old
after a pleasant visit to friends in Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testis cola. \
Ocala. returned to Holder yesterday.The monials free. Sold by druggists. Price men and boys as the

and Needed 5c. per bottle. Take Halls Family :Mr.: F. W. :Marean. -whohas for the
Everything Ocala Kindergarten, as has been Pills for constipation. past ten days been critically ill at the a most fastidious could
its custom since it started years ago, home of his parents,. is now consideredout _
Is observing Froebel's birthday today COOKING EXHIBITSA. of danger. _" jI.
in a Kitchen. All worth with a holiday. /i ask.As
W. Martin Company, sales man The Hartford Fire Insurance Com- much hand work
Miss Annie Sharpe who went to agers at Baltimore. MO, for the Favorite pany has !sent its Ocala agent, Mr. G.
Atlanta Wednesday afternoon, will be stoves and ranges,. made at Pi- S. Scott. a telegram saying that not could be procuredfrom -
from 25c. to 40c. each will
dome Sunday.Mr. qua Ohio, will give an exhibition of withstanding the great losses sustainedin I.
cooking and baking at the hardware the San Francisco earthquake and r ti a local tailor.
II. Stalberg of this city has store of T. W. Smith & Co. from April fire, it will pay all its looses promptlyand i
be put on sale for purchased the Blue Front store!< and 30 to May 5, under the direction of in full. as it did in Baltimore Bos- S The largest variety.
business in Dunnellon from Mr.'A. :M.: :Mr.: Appleby. It will be to the Inter- ton and Chicago. They ask :Mr. Scottto L
Rizy.S. est of every housewife In Ocala and continue business for them and with in the city. z
Marion county to see these stoves and all desirable risks offered. The Hart-
M. Davis, who recently removedto ranges and note what they can do to ford Fire Insurance Co. is one of the
this city from Juliette, expects to gladden the household with good cook- strongest companies in the country. As good and better material than could be obtained
19 CENTS EACH make his departure tomorrow for ing. Keep the date in mind and be on .:.

Honduras where he has been summoned hand. The Marion county candidates will for the same money elsewhere. _
on business. Henl be absent take up their line of march tomorrow '
several days.-Gainesville Sun. OCALA SKATING RINK morning for Fort McCoy and lire and
Everything marked in plain figures one price
- the opening gun. Messrs. Biggs and
Mrs. Kellum and her daughter. Miss The Ocala skating rink at the armory Bittinger of Ocala, Raskin of Dunnel all.
Minnie passed through Ocala this Is now open for the public. The lon and Frank Turner of Bradley to
The Embrodery Sale will] morning on their way from Crystal hours for beginners will be 10 to 12.a. Pond wH! be there as will :McLeod of
River to Jacksonville, where they will m. The afternoon hours from 2 to 5, Kendrick Bishop of Ocala, and-In
make their home with :Mr.: and Mrs. and the evening hours from 1 to 11. fact the whole "shooting match.
Walter Burt. Tuesday afternoons will be reservedfor
Continued for this Day. the ladies. Admission 10 cents; The Amity lodge I. O. O. F. of Ox- f

Mrs. XIc Barco and daughter :Miss: skates, 25 cents. The best exercise In ford will initiate seven new members
Minnie, of Crystal River are the the world can be had on roller skates. Saturday night! and requests as manyas The finest line of
All Tickets will be Taken guests of Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Bishop. can of the Ocala Odd Fellows to be
The 10 o'clock saloon closing ordi- present!

The body of Geo. H. Gerry, who was nance goes into effect tonight at 10 PANAMA HATS Ain
drowned In Tampa Bay Tuesday o'clock sharp. Those accustomed to, Doctors Van Hood Powers and Ix-
off After this Date.Don't : : morning, has been recovered. tarrying late at the flowing bowl will Jar returned this morning from attending -
please take notice.J. the meeting of the State Med =.
the to select from.
WANTED-Man to work in abstract leal Association at Gainesville. The city -
office; must" be sober and have some S. LEACH meeting was a success: and they en-
knowledge of the business; stenographer joje4 it greatly.Mr. The prices are from
Forget the Rug preferred; state salary expected. Fruits, Confectionery and Bottled SodaI

Permanent ration to right man. desire to call the attention: of the Ed Pittman paid a business
J. I*. Jones, Arcadia, Flal public to my fine stock of fruits of visit to Holder yesterday in the interest $5.50 to
Sale this Date. all kinds, nuts cigars, tobacco, candies of his firm. He said he had no $7.5o'.j
on .
: : r. and Mrs. H. C. Packham took and soft bottled drinks. I propose to idea of the extent of the recent fire
their Philadelphia friends, who are have the best and respectfully solicit but that everybody was "buckling up" .ja
stopping at the Spellman House, out your patronage.J. and erecting; new buildings. Amongthe
riding today From Mount Lebanon S. LEACH leaders was Frank Long, merchantand Clothing #
FINE BOX OF 3 CAKES TOILET SOAP 100. they viewed the beauties of Mr. George Fruit Dealer Montezuma Block. Ocala postmaster of the place who lost The Guarantee
Close's farm, the Palmetto Stock Farmof his building and all of his stock. t
Z. C. Chambliss & Co. and the
home of Mrs. Allen Munroe. They Those who are booked for th' great
also inspected the Hiawatha Stock CASTOR I Confederate reunion at Xew Orleansare and Shoe Company ,
Farm of :Mr.! H. H. Whltworth, all of J. A. Pittman Ben Smith of Ox-
LIVERY AND FEED STABLESStandlev's which delighted them. For Infants and Children. ford. Dixon Irvine of Orange Lake andJ.

M. Graham of Connor. They will
( Old Stand.) Mr. Duncan, agent for the A. C. I* The Kind You Have Always Bought leave Sunday night. A safe and pleas- ..

R. R In Ocala, who has a spirited an- ant journey to them.
Bears the ,
imal, was out riding the other day '
The Best Drummer's Business and had a serious runaway and smashup. SiguatureofThe WANTED-Big mail order house
wants local assistant as district dis

Carriages and Buggies. Given Special Attention. tributer for few counties. Permanent BARGAINTIME
Hon. Henry W Long of Martel was Star acknowledges an Invitationto work. Salary, $18 paid weekly from
I In the city today and expressed regret be present at the closing exercisesof home offices and expenses. Expense .
Good Traveling Careful Drivers that he could not attend the Fort :McCoy the Chattanooga Medical College, money advanced. Xb investment re-
political meeting tomorro The April 30, at which James Wilson Davidson quired. Address Standard Company, AT
feistGentle and pay of county commissioners Is somt'ager of Keddick Fla Is a student. Como Block, Chicago. ,
and his time so occupied that I
Horses. Stylish Rigs. he will find It impossible to attend Ernest Lytle of Stanton passed Splendid corner lot on Oklawaha avenue The Ocala Steam Laundry
many of the meetings. through Ocala Wednesday en his way I front of the Standley residence;
to Macon, where he will visit for sev- 103 feet east and west on the avenue M
Exercise In the skating rhik is causing eral weeks. by 100 feet north and south; fine shade,
D. W. TOMPKINS PROPRIETOR great amusement. many falls etc. To be sold; at very low price at SEE OUR RED LIST .::1
slight bruises and hard thumps, but Miss Rosie Jordan is a student at once. Ditto & Maloney.
then it's lots of fun. the Florida Woman's College at Tallahassee -
Phone 124. Ocala Fla. West of Square. preparing for the June ex-

Professor Workman principal of the aminations.Mr. .

Ocala High School has notified the CLOSE MESH AMERICAN FENCE. .
The finest furniture in town can be pupils that If they attend the seating Walter Carter and bride of 4i
found at the Ocala Furniture Company rink to the neglect of their stud- Whitesville X. C, who have been visIting 3
In :Mr.: and Mrs. W T. Cole have
We would be pleased to show ies and fail In them consequence returned _
our linoPersonal he will expel them. Business first.. and home.
you pleasure afterwards.Mr. i
l !"
r(1J Messrs. B.; Lovell and J. H Burton
differences and troubles at j
T. Williams, a prosperous!' farmer I of Sparr were in the city this morn- ,
:Mt. :Morlah colored church were airedIn
( and stock man of York, was In the Ing. Mr. I*, has disposed of his lettuce !
the court room before Judge Bell a -
*rtnrwypB mract0rj- results, '
this city today. rir ;
morning. The charge was brought
and Is now looking forward to hls v- -: .
against Dr. Brown for disturbing pub-
been visiting mato and cucumber crops. He reportsa
lic worship. R. L. Anderson appeared Miss Sadie Priest, who has
to her good rain yesterday around Sparr. :
5 Tte; greatest thing i* E for the defense and made an argument In Jacksonville .returned -
to quash the case, stating that home at Inverness today. ;
the ttrtr/J tr tft? Fred Kaiser went to Hastins Wednesday -
In church matters especially among
mtme J'uZ.l ZIt the colored people who were prone to Professor Turner, superintendent of to visit his father. Fred's leg .
rivet personal spite on each other by schools of Citrus county, was In the that he had the misfortune to break
tot this in a natural way. It calling a criminal prosecution the pol- I' city today. some months ago is almost as goodas _

u not a -oc or aniicial: skis ity of the church waj to settle such new. HEAVY WIRESrCLOSE MESH. PIG TIGHT. :.
coating. It limply dan: tie pores differences by church counsel and if i Rector G. H. Harrison of the Epis-
they could not agree, then to bring action copal church Is In Atlanta, visiting his :Mrs. S. S. Savage who has been
fives the blood free cvculaaoa; in the civil courts. parents. spending several weeks at Seaside on Top and bottom bars Xo. 10. galvanized wire..Intcrmediate; ba..tSr No, 1, galvani
removes all wrinkle, and injure a :Major Izlar and Ray Bullock ap- the gulf coast Is reported as very
clear, healthy, welt groomed acio.Itt peared for the prosecution and the Will Tlromas of Ocala and Pine has much improved and will return homein wire; Stays, Xo. 12, falTan zed wire 12 inches apart. '- .

frequent vse from nov win major made a statement for that side. arrived safely in Seattle Wash, wherewe a few days.STRAYEDSunday.
keep yen young looting and good In which he said that Dr. Brown had hope he will make his fortune.It LARGE STOCK, QUICK SHIPMENTS. -:
deliberately and with preconcerted ac- a black male
looking. 50C sad f r.oo per jar. then attempted to and did break: up the Is an open secret that a prominent mule medium size. He went oft with
Call at our store church meeting and that excitementran telephone operator will shortly figurein two hordes" and a bay mole but these The Largest Stock of Light and Heavy
for sampleAntiMonopoly so high that many left the church Hymen's court. were recovered at Sparr. A reward
while others nearly came to blows. will be given for the return of the said -
The court overruled the motion, and The members of the Baraca class of mule to B. H. Seymour, Ocala, Fla. HARDWARE, SASH, DOORS AJjQ'BLINDS
the trial proceeded. The Jury in the the Baptist church will take an outingat

case consisted of Will Jeffords, :Massey South Lake Weir next week, fishing!' ( HEREFORD VEAL FARM MILL .
Drugstore Isaac Stevens,. Forney Lancaster. boating and bathing, and havng a I' AND
and HaT'is.The W. P. Edwards will supply his customers -
Bitting good time In general.Dr.
court room was comfortablyfilled on Friday and Saturday with
Hereford veal from Edwards Bros, SUPPLIES PAINTS
and great interest was manifested River returned -
Bennett of Crystal tXMINERS' ,
stock farm. AH lovers of good meat
In the F. C. W- Williams Is
D. A. Fort. C. A. Fort.FORTS case. today from Gainesville where .he
prosecuting in the name of the church. the of the State should avail themselves of this oppor- .
attended meeting
In the t" OILS ETC. ETC.
r BARBER SHOPNO. tunity to get something fancy .
Medical Society. Xext year they will of meat. .c. ,
WILLIAM'S CARBOLIC SALVE meet at Tampa and take a trip to Ha- '
( 20.) with ARNICA and WITCH HAZEL vana. ./ _: --- ,Carried In Central Florida.
There are a lot of hammocks around

North Magnolia Street. The best salve in the world for cuts Mr. J. A. Morris Sr. has an ordi- Ocala, and there are a lot of "Ham This !i. the Implement for Your Sprfn g Crop- .

First class barber's work bruises sores ulcers salt rheum tet nary hen that laid an extraordinaryegg mocks" in Ocala, at the Ocala Furniture -

ter chapped, bands and all skin erup Wednesday. The egg weighed four Company's store. M1RION HARDW1RE.: CO.
all kinds neatly quicklyand
of tions. It is guaranteed to give satis- ounces. .
skillfully executed. Satisfaction faction or money refunded. Price 25c. We can supply you with tablet paper =
Give Sold by William Anderson. Williams CoL Xic Barco came up from Crystal in any style and size you wish. I 0CAL.7 r, ALA.
guaranteed. us Manufacturing Co. Proprietors. Cleve- River this,morning as also did :Mr. Come and see us when In need of any.
We Exclusive for ELLWOOD Fence Also.
a trial. land. Ohio I Baum of the Oxford Crate Co. The....Ppti>fflce Drugstore _' are Agents


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: ':; ..E-tUR.1-? OCALA; EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 20 1906
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: CUPID IS COMPLAISANT! I Eegln Taking Ozoamlslon Today I I r PEDRO :, !

and YQHT Cure Begins Today: | I c
; Had Some Pleu.--Reminders of the
;' :. Restaurant Is the Stat. of Georgia so Far as the I
Easter Season
Marriage of Cousins is i I
Concerned I : Mies Mattie Leitner. whose term of i t In the Name of Sense, 1J 1Jthat

., music at Oxford Is out will now begin:
Howard M. Hanna Jr., and Miss
': a new one at this place. I
f; ; Claire Hanna of Cleveland. O. nephew Mr. Jake Leitner has returned to his good common sense ;
and niece of the late Senator M. A. I rk.adr..Aa..s...- home at Anthony. f

: .z. First Class Meals Hanna will be married early'in June. Its Vitalized Sfedltfnal Food Properties I: Mr S. G Loven's little boy. Perry of which all of have a .
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But they will not marry in Ohio. It is ; are Bringing Very Quickly Health Realized.Ia Color t* ti !I: got his arm broke several days ago. us
4" against the Ohio law for first cousins j I Cheeks of the Pale and Sallow ,: Mr. Thurman Cornell of Durant is I

t---1.: : : :CAREFULLY 'PREPARED LUNCHES to marry i the In Feeble Producing and Strength the the Waak. i I working at the Proctor sawmill I share* how can you continue :
You do not for Instant
.. suppose an Mis. P. A. Snow gave the children of I
I In
Tonic::. trp the System of Connies
.- -"" that we would let a prosy old law interfere Cents from ExhausUrr Dicsanea. this place an Easter party. The little soda crackers
I '
'.: -. I : Dining Room open until midnight Personal In an affair of this kind*" said '. Ia Cleansing the Ertr SvtteA. folks always enjoy themselves at I to buy ordinary 1
In Nourishing the Viorcovit.In
a. attention >given i; to special orders anything young Hanna to a reporter In Cleveland j Rounding Out the Thin: Pek C I "Aunt Coras'* must
{ today. I Paces of Children- TIre Pedro Sunday school is progressing stale and dusty as. they
h.; the market offers prepared for the table -If Ohio Insists upon causing Cupid I In Building 119 on their Little Bodies I nicely under the management -
: ; on the tV raUe Pink and White Fleeh. and
any Inconvenience in this little matI I(I of the faithful and efficient superintendent for 5
In Ling their ch ek with the Pretty be ; you can get
'J short notice. See our Refrigerator display er, I suppose that we will have to goo Color &*.3 Dimples that make Mothers L WhItlock.. ,
. Thornssvilie, Ga. In fact. It is more I Heart Glad.. Mrs. John Smith of Brookaville is
to. front of the Store. than likely that the wedding will take OZOKUXrSIOIf I
;,., I !. an Antidote for all lM&j *-8 Caned by visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H.
place at the home of Miss Hanna Bxpocore to Cola and Wet. ,, R. Shaw.
( . Skilled Cooks. Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. father there" I
I To prove Its Medicinal Food Merits a Miss Fanne Maye Harris entertained UneedaBiscuit
Claire Hanna is a daughter of L Trial Bottle Free a number of her friends with an
: by Mall
t; ..... .. Special Price to Regular Boarders Hanna and her fiance a son of C'j will be sent on request Write by letter Easter egg hunt in an exceedingly
; ward M. Hanna. The young or postal card: : to pleasant way The rabbits had laid_
r ." have been popular In Cleveland Ozomclsion Co.98 Pine St,Wew York. a large number of vari-colored eggs. fresh from the oven protected
THE GARMIGHAEL & SON COEd's Both are wealthy and have iJOctetY'1 411 Drugffiit*-Two slzea-fOc. sad tL_ : The hunt began at 3;30 and lasted un- ,

'-- considerable. i I I til 4. when the eggs were bunched and from dirt by a package the (
Place West of to number 150. Mrs Washington
.i : FAIRFIELDMr. j '' Stafford won the prize; for finding
.. 4"r -:::--- I : the largest number Those who enjoyed I very beauty of which makes j

Dupuis Loses Heavily by a Noc- >-LAZY LIVERI this delightful hunt were: Misses '
- -o turnal Fire. I! ;: Bessie Falr ,
Snow Mattie and Sallie Nichols

'r At 11 o'clock Tuesday night Mr Albert -! e.d Cascareta w rood that I woald met b* I[I Susie Stafford. Runie Harris, Mr and
Dupuis and his sister Mrs. without tb.ou I.... troubled great deal with i t fMrs I G W Baker, Mr. and"Mrs. ;Jeff
Stokes were alarmed by a fire which torpid liver and headache. How aiaee takincCaieanu Nichols )Ir. and Mrs Bob Nichols NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Caady Cathartic 1 feel e.rr Back better
destroyed all their outhouses wag- I shall eerlaial reeommead them to my friend : Mrs. Harris and daughter. "Grandma" KJK
r ons andn buggies. Nothing saved.. ex- ai the best medicine here ever>,ea." Baker and Messrs. West Williams,
Aaiia 8A&i....Otbora Ali So.S Fail Eirer......
JEWELRY WATCHES DIAMONDS cept hprses. At 8 o'clock of the same Harris Hendrlcks Rowell. Washing

night, Mr. H. \\'. Nettles of Flemington ton. Hardy Stafford and Cecil Nichols. .
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lost everything except his dwell Best For Little ;Jartis Perry is on the sick
Ing. He lost over $100 worth of tools The fiowelsC list. Nancy Hanks.
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.' and the saw and belt to his sawmilL

i J Mr. Cheshire of Tampa is in Fair- ; RHEUMATIC PAINS ,.
field on business.
0 :Mr. C. R. Duffle a prominent con- QUICKLY
+ nar crwtattc
, TX7E HAVE in the store just now, one of ductor on the S. A. L R. R. spent a I The excruciating pains characteristic
vv few days at Fairfield last week I of rheumatism and solatia are quickly tel
the most complete stocks of CUT ,
1.: Mrs R. T. Couch of Gainesville Is J relieved by applying Chamberlains
GLASS, CHINA, WATCHES, DIAMODS 0 a guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs:: Pain Balm. The great pain relieving

JEWELRY of all! kinds that a Florida c! R. S. Jennings. : Fever Pleasant biekea.Palatable Weaken Potent et Grip.Tube. lle Good.s .fc Do.Nercr Rood.' power of the liniment has been the
spore has ever earned. We have a complete Miss Leila O'Rea of McIntosh Is visiting ; aold ia balk. Th.cennia* tablet stamped C C C. surprise and delight of thousands of
euarantead to cara..r year .....e'back. I
stock of musical, instruments and sheet friends here this week. i Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 6ex sufferers The quick relief from pain
The Presbyterian church has been! which it affords is alone worth
I music. Japanese goods of air kinds, fine umbrellas completed. x ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES times its cost. For sale by the many Post-

,'/ fine stationery, etc. Examine the Revs. Gordon and :Martin. Presbyterian I office Drugstore. e& : -

stock, it is a pleasure to show the goods. ministers, are holding !a. delight YOU CAN BUYLAND .
; : ful meeting this week. WEIRSDALEMack
!.fr. ;J. P. Collins left for Gainesville -

H yesterday. Jamison Rebuked the Undue ACITBC FOR RHEm'.AnsH.ct1:3spJLU1 ,
Dr. Lindsay of Ocala preached a' WOUNDS OLD SORES, CORNS Et.IONS. .
f Familiarity of a RattlesnakeThe
Presbyterian .GALLS
magnificent sermon at our new BRUISES. CONTRA -
i: _- church Sunday. winter season here Is nearly ED MUSCLES, LAME BAG STIFF JOINTS FROSTED: rEET-

Miss Mary Blakele Is at :Mrs. ),1. L IN THE NEW COUNTRYRecently ended and the hotel guests and cottagers BURNS SCALDS, nc.

A ), 'OCALA! MUSIC COMPANY Payne's this week. are beginning to depart for AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflam-> .
: The farmers of our section are ship opened up In eastern Arkansas their Northern homes. matron: and drives out Pain. ,
',. JEWELERS. ping beans this week. Louisiana, (Mississippi Delta) Departures from Hotel Lakeside this
[ J Mrs. Harvey left for Braldentown and Southeastern! Missouri along the week are: Mr C. D. Brooks Boston; PENETRATES the Pores loosens the: Fibrous Tissues promotes ,
today to visit her son. I* L. Harvey. lines of the Missouri Pacific Railwayand Mrs Pope and son. Boston; Mr. Jas. a free circulation; of the Blood,, giving the Muscles natural
J Iron Mountain Route at $7.50 to Clawson Plainfield. N Y. elasticity.

A CHANCE FOR SATISFACTIONIf $15( an acre which when cleared and Mrs. J. J Cooper and daughter Mrs.

: oooooo- you ever bought a box of Witch Improved readily brings a cash rental Ogle, left Monday for Asheville N. C. .. ,
Hazel Salve that failed to give satisfaction of $4 to $6 an aere where they will remain a short time -
before to their home in Indiana
the chances are it did not have UNUSUAL '
the name "E. C. DeWItt & Co.printedon polls. CURED OF PARALYSIS
WAGONS ANDBUGGIES.. the wrapper and pressed In the box. Opportunities exist for the Homeseeker Invitations are Issued for an Ice
: The original Witch Hazel Salve never and Capitalist cream social to be held at Stanton- on w. S. Bailey;P. O. True,Texas writes: "My
falls to give satisfaction for burns THERE IS NO BETTER Friday evening wife had been suffering fire year with paralysis in
If you are thinking of buying a buggy, carriage, set of harness or a sores boils"tetter. cracked hands etc. Land in the world than the rich alluvial Mr Mack Jamison of Stanton had ber arm, when I was persuaded to use Ballard'

saddle,_see our stock before doing so.Ve have a splendid line of For blind bleeding. Itching and pro- Delta and River Bottom landsof an unusual experience the other evening Snow Liniment which effected a complete cure. I
truding Piles It affords almost Imme- when he killed a rattlesnake with have also used it for old sores frost bites and skin
.. carriages and bu :gies of all kinds, styles and grades, also heavy tur diate relief. It stops the pain. Sold'bj Southeast Arkansas Missouri Louisiana i, Eastern and five rattles!: In one of the rooms of his eruptions. It does the work."

pentine wagons, light form wagons, and a fine stock of harness, sad the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Texas house. When snakes become as BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED

dies, lap robes, whips, and in fact, everything in this line of goods MONEY IN LANDS neighborly as that one would suppose REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES
that Mack would begin to think seriously -
EAST OF THE RIVER BEATS MONEY IN BANK of moving. TH tEE SIZES: 25c, 50c and $1.00

S. A. STANDLEY: & COMPANY.West Messrs. Charlie Hogan. Oliver McDonald Especially land that Is rapidly increasing Mack ;Jamison is still keeping up BALLaRD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. .

Jack Randall and a few others in Value his reputation as a hunter. Last Saturday LOU&. U. S. A.

.. oi Square. enjoyed a few days' outing at Salt Write for Maps Descriptive Literature, several at fine the coons Oklawaha and possums.river,he killed
last week.
Springs and Mrs. Etc. EtaHOMESEEKERS'TICKErS Mr. Frank Adams of South Lake
Mrs Barnes of Mascottee
Queen of Palmetto were visiting at SOLD Weir visited In Ocala Tuesday and SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS

Connor last week. 1st and 3rd Tuesday Every MonthI. Wednesday

LA7UIBORROUGH The prospects are very promising fora I. E. REHLANDER, Trav. Pass. Agt.

good corn crop this season. 34 W 9th St. Chattanooga. Tenn. SPRING PARK
:Mr. Hunter, of Ocala and Messrs:
B. F. Smith and ;James Gore of Connor Hon. J C. French and ladles spenta

enjoyed a fish fry on Scrub Lake very pleasant day last week at Silver
OR DRESSOD last week.A Springs on a basket picnic. 'ii-- 01

week or two ago I saw In the Star "THE s Mrs A. M James. has been spendingthe

at t- .. See or Phone a very nice piece about Oklawahi past week in Ocala with her
river I think myself a more beautiful daughter. Mrs. T. C. Thomsen.
and picturesque rives Is not to be TEXAS PAClFlCpA Mrs. Wood, mother of Mrs. A. P
B. H SEYT TOWR found and I do not see why a large Stuckey Is here on a visit, to become
city is not founded near )lr. R. F acquainted with her new grandson.

PHONE NO. 25. Ocala. Fla. Randall's grove and we are speakingof so IIAILWAY + Mrs Wood, who is a very pleasant .
the river alone and not of the numerous lady was in our neighborhood last
pretty lakes In the nearby vicinity. week looking for a house in which to

Near Mr. Fore's place Is a very spend some time each year so that
pretty lake, called Lake Beauty and toO The Great Eastern she may be near her daughter's famIly -

called because a few years ago a certain and Western Line Mrs. Wood's home is in St LouIs -
Tourist Cars young man did like to go to see but she has a piace down on the
Through the girls near this lake. He thoughthe 'Across the Entire States of West! Coast, and she would like to divide
girl was so beautiful that he call- her time between the three places Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion,dyspepsia, tour stomach,

Personally Conducted to ed the lake Lake Beauty. Near this :Mrs. Sarah WakeSeld who has been tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nerroui
lake Mr Fore has a number of pretty and LUUlSI! spending the past three months with
TEXAS stomach catarrh of the stomach. A
shade oaks nicely trimmed and other Mrs. M. 1:. Sears left for Georgia last guaranteed cure.

California"The 1 i i shade trees. Just a half mile from Lake Tuesday where she will remain for a
r u w >a DFDa Wftsrf T.m Eat
Beauty Is another lake near :Mr. McDonald NO TROUBLE TO ANSWEk QU4ST1UA!: month visiting friends before she returns .rs.o stn Uak e. 1M Bat" Sws.. 1 M..r tfc I
We do not know to her home In the North 99. .leer.( .i S a. I
s. any name ... 1 IiMe.! Ht. > N*fft +.a
L for this lake. Almost between these Direct Line to Miss Lizzie Young was at the cemetery -
two lakes Is another one only It is a Tuesday, having work done on
1 little to the east. It has a pine woods NORTH TEXAS the lot there where so many dear
tic Southern Pacific Tourist Car Service is famous for its opening all around it and is noted ones are laid to rest.

: up-te-date equipment, courteous attendants and many comforts. for Its deepness. All of these and a NtW MEXICO The doors and windows are missing -
number of others that I have not timeto ARIZONAand from thy Carpenter cottage. :
It s the easy way to travei-no changes of cars, or other wor- mention are simply lovely and are ATLANTIC COAST LINETHROUGH

ries. full of fish alligators, turtles and A DANDY FOR BURNS

i. Are you going to California? Investigate this way of traveL snakes. :April FooL CALIFORNIAWrite Dr. Bergin Pans IIL, writes: -I have

You'll be surprised to find how cheaply you can go. Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar for New Book of Texas. Free.E. used recommended Ballard's it Snow to my Liniment friends;as always I am CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA

P confident there is no better made. 'It
a Foley & Co. Chicago originated P.TURNER Is a dandy for burns: Those who live -CONNECTIONSTO -
Honey and Tar throat and
as a lung
on farms are especially liable to many TH E EAST Over its own rails to SranMtth. dMJtwfcfla, Richmond
Fall Particulars and illustrated literature of remedy and on account of the great General Passenger AgentEXClJiM accidental cuts burns bruises which All Rail and Waehlngton, thence via TT M>lTai,la Rjr
popularity of Foley's Honey and Tar
.f. DALLAS. TEXAS heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow IJnriHnt -
J. F VAN RENSSALAER, Gen. Agt many_ imitations are offered for the [ Is It should bekept
genuine. Ask for Foley Honey and (Via Itertgomery) and Ixmfertte &; Nashville and Dixie
4 in the house for of
cases emer-
Atlanta Ga Tar and refuse substitute offered Flyer recite vii Atlanta
rt_ any
; gercy": 2c, 60c and IL Sold by all
as no other preparation will give the I druggists.
f same satisfaction. It Is mildly laxative TO THE EAST Via SaY. &; Ocean S. a c., fr New York PkUsvdeipiil*
Southern Pacific. It contains no opiates and t and BiIIM & Via Xel'tlA! S. S. to New York WaaUagton,
t safest for children and delicate_'er- I LOW RATESTo Via and Baltfa ora, Via SaYanaah and Mercbaata and Misers,

K sons. Sold by the Postofflc- i igstore. TraM >ortatfoa CBtanasy for Baltimore and PMtadri-
Chattanooga, Tenn. and Return, Steamship phta.
j:' ... .. LOW _ROUNDTRIP RATES VIA RATESTO Via Atlantic Coast, Line .

IODISYI1LE &: HiSHYILLE R. R. On account of the Southern Baptist KEY WEST and HAVANA'" Pesrismter and Occidental' Steamship Co.

: Convention the Atlantic Coast Line Route of the celebrated trains. New York and Florida Special. Florida
The Louisville and Nashville railroad Railroad will sell tickets to Chattanooga and West Indian Limited. Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.
ItFAST: THROUGH TRAINS will sell round trip tickets from Jacksonville and return at one fare plus 25 -- -
to points shown on dates indicated -
carts, for the round trip. Tickets on Quickest schedules. superior service For information a* to rates sebedcles -
. . ; proportionately low rates CALIFORNIAACCOUNT sale May 8, 9 and 10. with'final limit
; Jt etc.. consult Hoe pun>lfoldf: or communleate with J O. Kirkland D.
i T. :- ":, '_ 1) JoIE- ES AND ROUTE.
,.. $1255 New Orleans and return account it to June 5 may be had by depositing
,.:..". ". ... AND FLORIDA LIMITED VIA NASHVILLE Confederate Veteran's reun- ticket and paying fee ot 50 cents. -- .a
(. r,' : CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY ion. Tickets sold April 22nd and Imperial: Council, Ancient Arabic Order Por further information apply to

:. .' r::, : Leaves Jacksonville dally at 9 00 p. m 23rd,. with final limit., April 30th; Nobles of the Mystic Shrine ticket agent, or write J G. Kirkland
$ It.
: tickets can be extended until May May 7th to 10th, 1906 Division Passenger Agent Tampa
J, !wI ;* via Atlantic Coast Line. Solid train to SEABOARD RY.
f 1st. allowed. Fl .
Stop overs *
"\\if .... .DIXIEV'FLYER I I Atlanta with through coaches to Tickets will be sold April 24th to May
'. ;! ,. . Nashville Tenn. Route via'Tlfton.. $75.50 Los Angeles and San Franciscoand 4, Inclusive with limit toJuly 3L
tj, Macon. Atlanta Chattanooga Nash return account meeting Imperial DONT TIE YOURSELF UP
The Rate From Ocala to Los Angelesis
,). +. +R+. ville. Through sleepers Jacksonvilleto Council Mystic Shrine. Tickets Savannah. Columbia Camden. Soother n Pines Richmond Washington. Baltimore
:-- 'Jo.._ 't'-16 St. Louis via Cairo and the Illinois sold April 24th to May 4th. inclusive $79.85 Don't tie a cough or a cold up In PhO&de Iphla. New York
'. ;.,'11' : :. Central,, and through sleepers to Chicago with final limit ;July 31st. Tickets Proportionate Rates From Other your system by taking a remedy that
.' -...( '_ : ROUTEFLORIDA via EvaciviUe and the C. A E. I. good going via one route and Points birds the bowels. Take Kennedy's TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY

' :1. !. '; Railway, arriving at St. Louis 7.08 am. returning another. Liberal stopovers Laxative Honey and Tar. It Is different -
"' .; .. . .; Chicago ,:30 a.m. secondznornlngK allowed. THE ROUTE-Is via St Louis and from all other cough syrups. It Is SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL
of, -. : $77.50 Los Angeles and San Franciscoand the "Scenic Line of the World." viz; better. It opens the bowels-expels

; and return account convention of Missouri Pacific and Denver & Rio all cold from the system, relieves
I: l::;Gfiicago "Floticfa Limited the National Educational Association Grande Railways through. Coloradoand .coughs colds croup: whooping cough I MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTThe

-, ;' .-.. Tickets sold ;Ju-ie 24th to July Salt Lake City. This rate is open etc An ideal remedy for young and I SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED the only daily S O4 PaRman
:'l'.f. :; SolicJ iflmap"VeMiDvedGIrawng Room Observation Train. The ONLY 6th. inclusive with final return limit for the public. old. Children like it. Sold by the AntiMonopoly El Ctrie- Lighted Train between St Augustine Jacksonville sad New Tork

-iralavnlting'. St: Augustine, Jacksonville to Chicago. Dining Sept 15th Tickets good going one Write for Illustrated Literature and Drugstore. via Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Augustine 12:M p. .., and Jacksonville

<.,. ." serviceman, the-way1*3a-carte PALeavo: St. Augustine daily at 8:20 route and returning another.. Liberal Maps 1:28 p. m. JaJly, Inclding Sundays.
rr a: ra.; JaekseiRvihe,' t:.SiWilra! '.ArriveIn Atlanta C:51 p. m; Chattanooga. stop overs allowed. SEABOARD AIR LINE ONLY LINE
LOW RATES Will also be made to
0S7 p."m.T-TCasb-vJJta. Stis: ; m.; Evansvllle 8.20 a. m.; Chicago 5:10 p. For rates from other points maps NEW SCHEDULE
'm.' Throitih:s.epers-AAUIis! train for St Louis, via Nashville and the L & schedules and full Information call Denver In July account meeting of the Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to hew Oriean

r,, _N: RaHfoad'arrive"in St..L iH* 2>1ttp;.*rv_. % on or write George E. Herring. :FlorIda B. P. O. E, the National Educational Day Trains For fun information and steeper reservations ran on any Seab ard

r ._ : .::' fot: tickets'.ndothr4nform4tldn.. :: ; ? )n ticket vgentaf. -.. Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railroad July Association 9-13, and meeting the In National San Francisco Baptist Northbound.. ..... .....12*57 p. m.j agent or write to W. W. CONDOM

-.. : Jacksonville. ; Fla. 118 West Bay Convention Los Angeles, CaL September Southbound... ...n ... 2:20 p. m. : JOHN DOZIER Agent. City Ticket-Agent. ,
'.: CULL b4NY
street OCALA .
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